Circle of Trust
|| June 22, 2012|
|| November 4, 2013|
|| 17 (all time)
| Trial Members
The Circle of Trust (abbr. CoT) was a military alliance consisting of fourteen (14) members and two (2) trial members at the time of dissolution.
Circle of Trust was founded after Bulgaria and Chile left their alliances EDEN and Terra. The alliance was made of countries whose goal was to help each other both economically and militarily.
Lithuania left the alliance on March 12, 2013 and joined TWO.
New Zealand left the alliance on June 14, 2013 and joined TWO.
South Korea left the alliance on September 24, 2013.
All time membership
Last Alliance leadership
The Alliance leadership had a 1-month long term approximately and every month new Alliance leadership was chosen.
The Court of Justice of the Alliance is to serve as a guardian of this Charter and all legislative norms that appeared as a result of it. It is an independent institution in which any member state government can appoint one official for a renewable mandate of 6 months during which the official is not allowed to take part in any national political parties or governmental structures. The rulings of the Court are binding for all alliance members but it cannot impose sanctions and has the single power to interpret the alliance legislation when it forms its decision.
The Government of each member state can bring a case in front of the Court if it believes that certain part of this Charter or the legislative norms that appeared as a result of it are breached or not respected in reality. Only the violations of the above-mentioned norms that occur out of the actions of an alliance institution or a member state can be considered by the Court as an admissible basis for a case trial.
Through its rulings, the Court can inform the presidency if it finds that some of the legislative texts need amendments to become more clear. The Court is supposed to act as the institutional memory of the alliance by keeping an archive of the alliance legislation.