Constitución de México
Constitution of Mexico
Chapter I. Fundamentals and definitions.
Art. 1. All citizens of eMexico under the jurisdiction of this constitution, inalienable rights and obligations.
Art. 2. All of birth of eMexicans automatically gets citizenship.
Art. 3. Each congressman may grant citizenship freely, however, the newcomers will be considered a resident.
Art. 4. A resident gets full citizenship after having seven days with her.
Art. 5. Any person not covered by national or resident status, is considered a legal immigrant.
Art. 6. A citizen or resident loses its status only if it obtains the citizenship of another country.
Art. 7. Every immigrant who violates this constitution shall be considered illegal.
Chapter II. Freedoms.
Art. 8. Legal immigrants, residents and citizens have the following freedoms:
a) Freedom of work. Working in companies.
Art. 9. All citizens and residents are entitled to the following freedoms:
a) freedom of association. To unite and organize themselves in any public or private group and for any purpose. (Except where indicated in this constitution).
b) freedom of movement. May travel within and outside the country, without time restrictions.
c) Freedom to vote. Valid for presidential and congress, the right to vote in party elections will be restricted by the status of each political party.
Art. 10. Only citizens are entitled to the following freedoms:
a) Freedom of the press. To publish and organize public debates. (Publications of residents and immigrants will not be considered illegal, but will be discarded as spam.
b) Political Freedom. Run for office as President of the Nation, Secretary, Congressman or President of the Party. Each political party has the freedom to organize and regulated independently, without violating the constitution.
c) Freedom of information. A request to the government public information and to obtain, at most one every seven days.
Art. 11. Organisations, political parties, companies, military units or any other form of private groups are free to set their own rules, but none is above the constitution.
Chapter III. Obligations.
Art. 12. All immigrants, residents and citizens are obliged to:
a) Fight for eMexico all the battles and wars, with the exception of the government (legal) state according to their resources, vitality and availability of time but never against.
Art. 13. All citizens are required to:
a) Donate to OBM won half the gold medals won by won by positions of popular election. (As a congressman or president of the nation).
b) If you are in office, to give information about your area to request information from any citizen within a period of three days.
Chapter IV. Sanctions.
Art. 14. Penalties for offenses of this constitution:
a) Illegal immigrants should be dismissed from the company I work for a maximum period of one week. Employers who do not will be restricted to any right granted by this Constitution until the day that they comply with that provision.
b) Residents and citizens who stick against Mexico will be stripped of press rights, political and information for 30 days.
c) Those servers that do not donate to the OBM will be suspended from the right to vote and to propose in Congress, until the donation check.
d) Those servers that do not give the required information within the stipulated time will be punished, three penalties and should be deposed.
e) Any other failure or omission of this constitution shall be punished with the suspension of press rights, political and information for 3 days.
f) Any political party that puts forward voluntarily for public office to be considered a resident of TO and their candidates. The state has the right to intervene in any manner deemed necessary.
Chapter V. Public Organization.
Art. 15. The eMexico's government has two powers, the Presidency and Congress, Congress also has powers of law enforcement.
a) The leadership of the nation rests with the President's Office, in his absence the Vice President in his absence, the Speaker in his absence to the Secretary of National Defense.
b) Any power not mentioned in the Constitution rests with Congress.
c) All laws relating to the game, out of the game laws, covenants and agreements between nations, and so on. should be approved by a vote in Congress.
Art. 16. The Chair should be made at least: President's Office, Vice President, Secretary of National Defense, Foreign Secretary, Secretary of Internal Affairs and Minister of Economy and Finance.
a) The President is free to create additional secretary or deputy secretary at your convenience.
b) Each Deputy Secretary should have the same responsibilities and duties as a secretary.
c) The Congress can not impose a Secretary to the Presidency, but if you can remove a Secretary from office.
d) The Chair is free to propose any measure before Congress.
e) The President may veto any decision of the congress, which leads to a second vote, which shall be
Art. 17. The Congress is made up of all elected legislators in the game and shall be composed of: President of Congress, Secretary of the Congress and Congressmen.
a) The Congress is organized by itself and is free to create more commissions for your convenience.
b) The Congress is free to propose any measure itself.
c) The Congress can veto any decision of the president.
d) The Congress serves as the judiciary, offenders can be proposed to this constitution and declare the defendant guilty or innocent.
Chapter VI. Laws, Amendments and Changes.
Art. 18. Only Congress can make changes, amendments or transitional laws that change the meaning and application of this constitution.
a) The transitional laws should have a maximum duration of three months.
b) Any temporary law can be abolished at any time by Congress in turn.