Phoenix Alliance Charter

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The following is the Charter for the Phoenix alliance.

Phoenix Alliance Charter

The terms used in this document:

  1. Secretary-General - a member of the Alliance, selected by all members of the Alliance, who exercises the authority to represent the Alliance and conducts his activities on behalf of the Alliance.
  2. The Strategic Council of the Alliance - a body of the Alliance, consisting of the representatives of each member state of the Alliance (representatives - president, MoD,MoF of this country) in Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this Treaty, the Secretary-General, the Treasurer of the Alliance, and the Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance.
  3. The General Council of the Alliance - a body of the alliance, consisting of representatives of all member included in Chapter 1, paragraph 1.
  4. The Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance - the person leading the Army of the Alliance, chosen by the Strategic Council of the Alliance.
  5. Treasury of the Alliance - a body that is responsible for funding military operations of the Alliance, funding of the restoration of infrastructure of members of Alliance in the case of its destruction, and for the provision of weapons to the Army of Alliance.
  6. Treasurer of the Alliance - the person in charge of the Treasury of the Alliance.
  7. Army of the Alliance - a military unit consisting of the designated persons from the armies of the Alliance members.
  8. General Google Document - the online document wherein the Treasurer and Supreme Commander make reports and votes occur, located at the URL http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AuU-inHugtUHdEhSbjc2M1kxSjFIeEZvZEJrQWtLbXc&hl=en

The parties signing this treaty agree with and take the following contract liabilities:

Chapter 1 - THE ALLIANCE MEMBERS (parties of the Treaty)

  1. The Treaty parties are:
    1. The members of the Alliance
      1. Marco Polo - the president of eBrazil, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Brazil
      2. s33vald - the president of Estonia, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Estonia
      3. Donnie Bronco - the president of Germany, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Germany
      4. raszta - the president of Hungary, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Hungary
      5. Wonder Forward - the president of Indonesia, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Indonesia
      6. NEC - the president of Iran, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Iran
      7. Underteiker - the president of Latvia, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Latvia
      8. Ignas Grinevicius - the president of Lithuania, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Lithuania
      9. Julio de Matos - the president of Portugal, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Portugal
      10. sasha237 - the president of Russia, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Russia
      11. desert hamster - the president of Serbia, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Serbia
      12. StiH - the president of Slovenia, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Slovenia
      13. Omantielvo - the president of Turkey, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of Turkey
      14. Mr Woldy - the president of the United Kingdom, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of the United Kingdom
      15. ThomasRed - the president of the Netherlands, signing this treaty on behalf of the state of the Netherlands

      1. burakkocamis - Secretary General
      2. Iain Keers - Treasurer
      3. BattalGazi - Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance
  2. Admission of new members to the Alliance
    1. A new member may be admitted to the Alliance only if all members of the Alliance approve.
    2. If a new member is admitted, the name of the new member will be added to Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this Treaty. All parties of the Treaty must then sign the altered Treaty.
  3. Withdrawal of party from the Alliance
    1. If any member state decides to withdraw from the Alliance, it must notify both the Strategic Council and the General Council of the Alliance in writing seven days before the expected withdrawal date.
    2. Once the member state has notified both the Strategic Council and the General Council of the Alliance of its intention to withdraw, it still holds the rights and obligations described herein until the date of withdrawal.
    3. If a member state withdraws, the name of the departing member state shall be removed from Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this treaty by the Secretary-General. All the parties of this Treaty must then sign the altered version of the Treaty.

Chapter 2 - CORE ALLIANCES STRUCTURES

  1. The Strategic Council is the supreme military and political body of the Alliance.
  2. The General Council is the deliberative body of the Alliance.
  3. The Alliance Army is a permanently active military body of the Alliance consisting of at least five elite soldiers from every member state included in Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this Treaty.
  4. The Treasury of the Alliance is the executive body that ensures the functioning of the other bodies of the Alliance.
  5. Each member state shall have one vote each in the Alliance.

Chapter 3 - STRATEGIC COUNCIL OF THE ALLIANCE

  1. The Strategic Council consists of representatives from each member state in Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this Treaty. If the strategic council ties in a vote on any decision, the Secretary-General shall be given the deciding vote.
    1. There may be up to three representatives from each member state.
    2. The representatives of the countries are selected by the President of their respective member states.
  2. The Strategic Council addresses the following issues:
    1. The approval and implementation of the military strategy of the Alliance;
    2. The declaration of wars and signing of peace treaties with countries;
    3. The nomination and dismissal of the Supreme Commander of the Army and Treasurer of the Alliance;
    4. The engagement of the regular armed forces of the Alliance in military operations;
    5. Other issues not in the sphere of any other Alliance bodies
  3. A decision of the Strategic Council is valid when a majority of votes are in the affirmative.
    1. The voting process shall take place in the General Google Document and be visible to all members, and how each representative has voted shall be visible.
    2. A page in the General Google Document for the voting process shall be created by the member initiating the vote. The initiating party shall also notify all representatives of the Strategic Council of the opening of the vote using any means of communication.
    3. The vote shall be considered valid only if more than half of the Strategic Council's representatives voted. In case of an emergency vote, the duration of the vote shall be decided by the Secretary General.
  4. Any valid decision of the Strategic Council must be strictly obeyed by all the members of the Alliance.

Chapter 4 - GENERAL COUNCIL OF THE ALLIANCE

  1. The General Council consists of representatives of parties stated in Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this Treaty.
  2. The General Council addresses the following issues:
    1. The nomination and dismissal of the Treasurer of the Alliance
    2. Departmental structure
    3. The development of the Military Strategy of the Alliance.
  3. A decision of the General Council is considered valid when approved by a majority of representatives in a vote.
    1. All votes shall be held in the General Google Document.
  4. A page of the General Google Document for the voting process shall be created by the member initiating the vote. The initiating party shall also notify all representatives of the Strategic Council of the opening of the vote via any means of communication.
    1. The vote shall be considered valid only if more than half of the Strategic Council's representatives voted however in an emergency vote the duration of the vote shall be decided by the Secretary General.

Chapter 5 - TREASURY OF THE ALLIANCE

  1. The Treasury of the Alliance consists of the Alliance Fund and Alliance Departments
    1. The Alliance Fund is financed every two weeks by the member states in Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this Treaty.
    2. The total amount to be paid by each member state shall be determined in the payment page of the General Google Document.
    3. The Treasurer must provide the structure, functions and composition of the Departments to the General Council of the Alliance for confirmation within seven days of his appointment.
  2. The Treasurer of the Alliance is the head of the Treasury
    1. The Treasurer may designate deputies at his discretion and delegate his responsibilities to them if needed.
  1. Responsibilities of the Treasurer:
    1. Financing the needs of the Alliance within 24 hours of a decision by the Strategic Council;
    2. Providing a report on the Treasury's operations to the General Council every two weeks and to the Strategic Council on demand within three days of any request;
    3. Entering information on every operation within treasury into the Treasury page of the General Google Document every 24 hours.
  2. If the Treasurer chooses to resign:
    1. The Treasurer must inform the Strategic Council of his decision seven days before the date of his resignation;
    2. After the approval of a new Treasurer by the General Council, the Treasurer shall transfer the access rights to the Treasury organization possessing all funds of the Alliance and alter Paragraph 1.3 of Chapter 1 of this Treaty by exchanging his personal data with that of the new Treasurer. The Treaty shall then be signed by all member states. The new treasurer shall create a new organisation wherein all the funds will be held.
  3. If the Treasurer is dismissed from office:
    1. The dismissed Treasurer should transfer the access rights to the Treasury organization possessing all funds of the Alliance to the Secretary General. The Secretary General should start up a new organisation of the Treasury, where all the funds will be held.
    2. After the transfer of access rights to the Treasury organisation possessing all funds of the Alliance, the Secretary General shall serve as the Treasurer of the Alliance.
    3. After Paragraph 5.2 of Chapter 5 is enacted, the Secretary General shall file a resignation note, in accordance with the procedure described in Paragraph 4.2 of Chapter 5 of this Treaty.

Chapter 6 - ARMY OF THE ALLIANCE

  1. The Army of the Alliance consists of the regular armies of the member states specified in Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this Treaty.
  2. The command structure and size of deployments by the Alliance of the regular armies of the member states of this alliance shall be decided by the General Council with the consent of the member state whose forces are being deployed.
  3. The Supreme Commander is the head of the Army of the Alliance.
    1. The Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance may appoint deputies, and shall inform the General Council of all such appointments.
  4. The obligations of the Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance are:
    1. The implementation of all orders from the General Council of the Alliance;
    2. Resolving issues of cause and timing of the withdrawal of any divisions of regular armies of the member states specified in Paragraph 1.1 of Chapter 1 of this Treaty from the Army of the Alliance if case this is necessary to improve the security of the state in question.
    3. Making suggestions on military Strategy to the Strategic Council;
    4. Reporting on military actions in the General Google Document or to the General Council at the request of the Secretary General.
  5. If the Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance chooses to resign:
    1. The Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance must inform the General Council of their decision seven days before the date of their resignation.
    2. Upon approval of a new Supreme Commander of the Army, the former Supreme Commander shall modify Paragraph 1.5 Chapter 1 of the Treaty by exchanging his personal information with that of the new Supreme Commander. The Treaty shall then be signed by all member states.
  6. If the Supreme Commander of the Alliance is dismissed:
    1. The Secretary-General shall perform the functions of the Supreme Commander of the Alliance.
    2. After Paragraph 6.1 of Chapter 6 is enacted, the Secretary-General shall file his resignation from the position of the Supreme Commander of the Alliance in accordance with the procedure described in Paragraph 4.2 of Chapter 5 of this Treaty.
  7. The Army of the Alliance follows the orders of the Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance

Chapter 7 - SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE ALLIANCE

  1. The Secretary-General is a member of the Alliance, chosen by a vote of all members states of the Alliance in accordance with Chapter 2, Paragraph 5 of this Treaty.
    1. The election of the Secretary-General shall be held in the General Google Document.
    2. The page in General Google Doc for voting shall be prepared by any of the members of the Strategic Council, and the members of the Strategic Council and the General Council shall be informed of the beginning of voting through any means of communication.
      1. Each member included in Paragraph 1.1 Chapter 1 has a right to propose its own candidate.
      2. The member who got the majority of votes becomes the Secretary-General
  2. The Secretary-General of the Alliance shall:
    1. If there is a tie vote, vote to break the tie;
    2. Announce the end of emergency votes;
    3. Participate in the activities of the alliance and provide information on current affairs;
    4. Supervise the execution of responsibilities of the Treasury, its departments, and the Supreme Commander;
    5. Manage the General Google Document.
  3. If the Secretary-General chooses to resign:
    1. The Secretary-General shall inform the Strategic Council of this decision a week before the date of their resignation.
    2. Upon the approval of a new Secretary-General of the Alliance, the former Secretary-General shall change Paragraph 1.3 of Chapter 1 of this Treaty by exchanging his own personal data with that of the new Secretary-General.
  4. To dismiss of the Secretary-General of the Alliance, the Strategic Council and the General Council shall initiate voting of no confidence in the Secretary-General in a manner consistent with Paragraph 1.1 of Chapter 7 except for in cases falling under Paragraph 3 of Chapter 7 of this Treaty.
    1. The Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance shall perform the functions of the Secretary-General of the Alliance.
    2. After enacting Paragraph 4.1 of Chapter 7, the Supreme Commander shall retire from their position of the Secretary-General in accordance with Paragraph 3.2 of Chapter 7 of this Treaty.

Chapter 8 - RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE MEMBER STATES

  1. Responsibilities of the member states in Chapter 1, Paragraph 1 of this Treaty include:
    1. If this Treaty is violated by any member state, the President of the offending member state shall be banned for a week or transfer three months worth of Army payments to the Alliance Treasury. After this, the offending member state may be expelled from the Alliance by a General Council vote.
    2. Disciplinary action is decided upon by a vote of the General Council, made in the General Google Doc and the Supreme Commander must follow its decision.
    3. If the Supreme Commander does not follow a decision of the General Council made in the General Google Doc or violates the terms of the treaty they shall be banned temporarily or permanently.
  2. Responsibilities of the Alliance Treasurer
    1. Disciplinary punishment is chosen by the voting of the General Council in the General Google Doc and the Alliance Treasurer must follow its decisions.
    2. If the Alliance Treasurer does not follow the decision of the General Council made in the General Google Doc or violates the terms of this Treaty they shall be banned temporarily or permanently.
  3. Responsibilities of the Secretary-General
    1. Disciplinary punishment is chosen by the voting of the General Council in the General Google Doc and the Secretary-General must follow its decisions.
    2. If the Secretary-General does not follow the decision of the General Council made in the General Google Doc or violates the terms of this Treaty they shall be banned temporarily or permanently.

Chapter 9 - OTHER STATEMENTS

  1. In case of an assault on one of the Alliance members, all the other members should defend the country under assault. If this is impossible or the member states of the alliance refuse to do that by the decision of the General Council, the Alliance should take steps to restore the territorial integrity of the offended member state
  2. All members of the Alliance shall perform region swapping upon the decision of the General Council. If any hospitals or defences shall be destroyed, the member state shall be compensated for them.
  3. All members of the Alliance shall biweekly transfer the amount of money mentioned in Paragraph 1.1.1 of Chapter 5 of this Treaty to the Treasury
  4. This Treaty is valid for 3 months after enacting Paragraph 1.1 of Chapter 10.
  5. If one of the parties of the Treaty gets permanently banned or its possessions are confiscated by the admins or in case of death of the party, the decision on the validity of the Treaty is taken by other parties of the Treaty
  6. Any unilateral refusals to conduct the responsibilities under this Treaty by any party is forbidden.
  7. In case when a member of the Alliance is a member of any other alliance at the time of signing of this Treaty, the General Council must decide on whether to sign a cooperation contract with that alliance.
  8. After signing this treaty, any member may enter any other alliance only with permission of the General Council.

Chapter 10 - RATIFICATION

  1. The Treaty is in effect:
    1. Except for Chapter 5 and Chapter 6, from the moment of signing by the Presidents of the member states.
    2. Except for Chapter 5, from the moment of signing by the Presidents of the member states and by the Supreme Commander of the Army of the Alliance
    3. Without restriction from the moment of signing by all the parties of the Treaty