The Constitution of The Universal Triumvirate
I. Those allied under the Universal Triumvirate are allied to all others within the Triumvirate.
II. The Triumvirate's perfect government shall foremost consist of an Executive Branch, in which all executive and legislative powers of the government shall be vested. All decisions that fall to the judgment of the Executive Branch shall be made by a vote of the Executive Branch and a simple majority vote of the branch shall be the requirement in all judgments by the branch unless otherwise dictated. Should an equally divided vote occur within the Executive Branch, the decision or law at hand shall not pass and things shall remain as prior.
Section 1. Composition of the Executive Branch
- The Executive Branch shall consist of thirteen members - A Chief Ambassador and of Jurisdiction to operate the Department of State; a Head of Intelligence to operate the Department of Intelligence; a Chief Attorney to operate the Department of Justice; a Head of the Treasury to operate the Department of the Treasury; a Head of Commerce and Industry to operate the Department of Commerce; a Head of Media and Apparel to operate the Department of Media; a Head of Naturalization and Citizenship to operate the Department of Naturalization; A Head of the Archive to operate the Department of the Archive; An Administrative Liaison; a Head of Education and Dean of the Academy to operate the Department of Education; two Senators; and a Major Executive; each of whom shall have one vote in executive matters.
- Two members of the Executive Branch, elected alongside the Administrative Branch by whatever means and election rules the government may reasonably set and who must have been a citizen for at least two months prior to when they would take office, shall each hold the office of Senator, elected by citizens of the Triumvirate and entitled to all the rights of any other Executive but must meet the criteria necessary to be an Executive in the first place. They shall enter office at the onset of the trimester and their term shall expire at the end of the trimester. They shall be permitted to continue serving so long as they are reelected and should their office be vacated in the middle of the trimester due to impeachment by the Executive Branch (which shall only be possible by a two-thirds vote in favor by Executives), resignation, or otherwise departure, the Administrative Branch may elect a replacement for the continuing duration of the trimester. No amendment shall be passed without a nine-tenths majority of both the Executive Branch and the Administration to raise the number of Senators to above two or to amend this clause.
- No Executive may accept an additional title than those given to them by their own origin without consent from the Executive Branch. Furthermore no Executive shall be able to serve an additional Executive office besides that of the Major Executive and the Minor Executive as deemed by this Constitution.
Section 2. Election of an Executive
- A two-thirds vote of the Executive Branch shall be necessary for a new Executive, excluding the Senators, to be elected. The applicant must present a statement on what they would do in office and the Executive Branch shall reserve the right to privately send the potential future Executive a constitutional test or any test involving intellect, logic, and reasoning. The Executive Branch may, by law, set requirements for entrance into each or all Executive offices excluding the Major Executive, Minor Executive, and Senators. If an Executive is to switch between one Executive position to another, a two-thirds vote among the Executives voting is necessary to confirm the transfer. The Executive at hand may not vote for the approval of the transfer.
Section 3. Removal of an Executive
- The removal of an Executive may only be instated by a simple majority Executive vote unless otherwise stated by this Constitution. Executive impeachments must be encouraged to ensure that the Executive Branch is as supreme as it must be and remain fresh and effective. The Executive who is under decision of impeachment from any position may not vote in the final decision, but may defend themselves through a presentation of their case.
Section 4. Powers of the Executive Branch
- The Executive Branch may pass legislation with the Administrative Branch that may be repealed or amended by the same process. However, the Executive Branch may not pass or enforce any ex post facto law or bill of attainder.
- The Executive Branch shall have the power to:
- Intervene with the decision of a Department, Executive, or any other asset under the primary management of the Executive Branch and assist them, overrule the individual or group in command's decision, or take temporary command of the decisions for that individual or institution.
- Require that certain goals are met or that an effort is accomplished by the members of the Executive Branch or any institutions or offices under it.
- By law, Coin money, regulate the value thereof, and borrow on the credit of the Universal Triumvirate.
- By law, levy a tax on institutional income.
- By law, levy excises, provided that they be uniform throughout the Triumvirate; and impose tariffs.
- With the approval of the Administrative Branch, draw money from the Treasury provided that all government expenditures be publicly published.
- By law, regulate commerce within the jurisdiction of the Triumvirate and with foreign entities.
- By law, establish a uniform rule of naturalization.
- Pardon individuals and groups of a crime and the sentence by the court but may not remove their guilt in such crime.
- With the Administrative Branch, declare war or other defense or military action.
- Determine the Rules of its Proceedings, establish a system of seniority within the branch, determine rules of its own recess, and determine the rules of absence with regards to its effect on votes.
- By law, and by a two-thirds vote of its members, approve the creation or destruction of inferior courts and by law and a standard vote determine the purpose, rules, and organization of such.
- By law, set forth the rules for the Departments of the government and any agency under the government.
III. The Executive Branch shall elect a member of their branch to act as the Major Executive, the Chief Executive maintaining the Executive Branch, acting as the Commander-in-Chief of the defense of the Universal Triumvirate; and a member to act as the Minor Executive, a substitute to the Major Executive when they are incapacitated.
Section 1. Election and Oath of the Major Executive and the Minor Executive
- No Executive who has not been in office for more than two months may be given the title of Major Executive unless the branch contains two or fewer Executives of a higher duration. Nor may a person with a significant criminal record or with loyalties not first to the Triumvirate become Major Executive. No person may be elected to the office of Major Executive more than thrice, and no person who has held the office of Major Executive for more than half of a term to which another was elected Major Executive may be elected to the office of Major Executive more than twice.
- At the onset of the last month of the trimester, the current Major Executive shall initiate a discussion pertaining to the election of the Major Executive for the next trimester. All Executives running for the office of Major Executive shall state so in this discussion as promptly as possible. Thus shall begin official deliberations between candidates, and two weeks before the conclusion of the trimester, the current Major Executive shall call for the Executives to vote for Major Executive. All Executives shall then list, in order of preference, the candidates they believe to be more superior and most adequately suited to become Major Executive. The Senators votes for Major Executive shall be decided by a popular vote, determined by the same ballot as the next Administration and Senators shall be been elected by, and the Senators shall be compelled to vote for the victor of the popular vote. Should no candidate receive a majority of the top votes, the candidate receiving the fewest shall be eliminated, and, if there be a tie, the lower ranked shall be eliminated. Those who voted for the eliminated candidate shall then have their second choice considered, and the process shall go on until a candidate receives a majority of all Executive votes. In the event the candidate who won the popular vote is eliminated, the Senators shall be compelled to vote for whoever received the second most votes in the popular vote next, and so on. Whichever candidate shall receive a majority shall be selected as the Major Executive effective the first day of the coming trimester. They shall resign from their current Executive office on the date they become Major Executive. Should there be an equally divided vote as to who shall become Major Executive between the final two candidates, the Administrative Branch at the time of the election shall determine, from those candidates who the decision be equally divided on, who shall become the Major Executive accordingly. In the event that there shall be no candidate for Major Executive, the most senior eligible Executive shall assume the office as if they had been elected unopposed.
- Once the next Major Executive has been chosen, the current Major Executive shall initiate a second discussion pertaining to the election of the Minor Executive for the next trimester. No person may serve in the office of Minor Executive if they are ineligible to serve as Major Executive. All those wishing to run for Minor Executive shall declare so and, once all accounted for, be permitted to give a statement to be heard by the Executive Branch. After these have been completed the current Major Executive shall call for the Executives to vote. The Minor Executive shall be elected just as the Major Executive was, via a listing of preference and required majority, by which the Senators may vote as they please, on which the Minor Executive shall take office with the Major Executive. The Minor Executive shall remain as both Minor Executive and as their underlying, standard Executive office. Should there be an equally divided vote, the Major Executive to be shall hold the power to select from those with the most votes who shall become Minor Executive. In the event that there shall be no candidate for Minor Executive, the most senior eligible Executive excluding the Major Executive elect shall assume the office as if they had been elected unopposed.
- At the opening of the trimester, the selected Major and Minor Executive shall enter office and whoever shall have held office before them shall devolve their powers onto them. Before they enter the execution of their office, the Major Executive shall take the following Oath: "I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of Major Executive of the Universal Triumvirate, and will to the best of my ability preserve, protect, and defend the ideals and the Constitution of the Universal Triumvirate", which must be administered by a citizen of the Triumvirate and of which at least three others must witness.
Section 2. Removal of the Major Executive or Minor Executive
- The Major Executive may be impeached by the Executive Branch as other Executives may, and entitled to the same rights in such, but two-thirds of the Executives excluding the Major Executive and a majority of the Administration shall be necessary to remove the Major Executive from office. If the Major Executive is removed from office due to impeachment, resignation, or otherwise dismissal from office, the Minor Executive shall ascend to become Major Executive and the office and powers of Major Executive shall fall to the Minor Executive for the duration of the trimester, requiring that the Minor abandon their standard Executive office. The Executive Branch must make an appointment of a new Minor Executive by holding a special election with the same rules as the standard election. The Minor Executive may be removed from office by the same method except their powers shall not devolve to any person besides whomever the Executive Branch appoints in the special election and they shall retain their standard Executive office.
- When the Major Executive shall leave office, due to resignation, impeachment, or by election, they must leave the Executive Branch entirely as they no longer possess an Executive office unless the Executive Branch elects them to another position so that they may take on another Executive office on leaving office as Major Executive.
Section 3. Responsibilities and Powers of the Major Executive
- The responsibilities of the Major Executive shall include the managing of sites which Triumvirate jurisdiction exists on, presenting the State of the Union, and, along with the Head of the Archive and Department of the Archive, the direct editing of the Constitution and the legislation active in the Triumvirate when an amendment or addition has been passed.
- The Major Executive shall oversee the Departments and Executive offices that are without leadership or are vacant and may delegate their role in overseeing and directing the Executive offices and Departments without a head to any other Executive who accepts so and is permitted to.
- The Major Executive must fulfill the duty of serving as the liaison between the government branches that the Administrative Liaison fulfills should no Administrative Liaison be in present office.
- The Major Executive shall, as commander-in-chief, have access to all intelligence, confidential, or secure information. In votes on matters of security, if the Executive Branch is split, the Major Executive shall decide.
- The Major Executive may require that each or all Executive offices give their opinions in writing on such situations that they would be required.
Section 4. Succession of the Major Executive
- The Minor Executive shall temporarily fulfill the position and role of the Major Executive and become the acting Major Executive in the following circumstances: If the Major Executive has entered a notified absence, not lasting more than two weeks; If the Major Executive declares they are unable to perform the responsibilities of their position due to emotional, legal, or other reasons until a time they inform the Executive Branch they are prepared to take upon their responsibilities once again; Or if the Major Executive has, without notification, been absent for three or more days. The Minor Executive shall not be required to abandon their standard office to become acting Major Executive.
- The Executive Branch may, by law, provide for what Executive shall act as Major Executive should the Minor Executive too be incapacitated or unavailable, and may set the line of succession of the office of the Major Executive.
- Whenever the Minor Executive and a majority of the Executive Branch, excluding the Major Executive, transmit to the Speaker of the Administration and the Executive Branch their written declaration that the Major Executive is unable to discharge the duties and powers of their office, the Minor Executive shall assume the powers and duties of office as acting Major Executive.
- Thereafter, when the Major Executive transmits to the Executive Branch and to the Speaker of the Administration that no inability exists, he shall resume the powers and duties of the office within 48 hours unless the Minor Executive and a majority of the Executive Branch, excluding the Major Executive, declares prior to then, once more to the Executive Branch and the Speaker of the Administration, that the Major Executive is still unable to discharge the actions of the office, in which case the Minor Executive shall continue to act as Major Executive until such time as either the Executive Branch, by a majority vote excluding the Major Executive, or the Administrative Branch, by a two-thirds vote, returns the Major Executive to the full duties and powers of their office.
IV. The second power of the Triumvirate shall be vested in an Administrative Branch.
Section 1. Election of Administrators
- The Administration shall be composed of a number of Administrators proportional to the number of citizens, with eight Administrators should there be less than forty members in the Union; ten Administrators should there be at least forty but less than fifty members in the Union; fourteen Administrators should there be at least fifty but less than seventy-five members in the Union; eighteen Administrators should there be at least seventy-five but less than one-hundred members in the Union; twenty-four Administrators should there be at least one-hundred but less than one-hundred and fifty members in the Union; thirty Administrators should there be at least one-hundred and fifty but less than two hundred members in the Union; and thirty-six Administrators should there be at least two-hundred members in the Union. Each alteration in the number of Administrators taking effect the trimester after the appropriate requisite has been acquired. No person may serve as an Administrator who is a member of another branch of government and no person shall be an Administrator who has not been a member of the Triumvirate for at least two months prior to the date they would enter office.
- Each trimester, an election shall be held for the seats in the Administration. The government may set, by law, the reasonable times and manners for such election. Each citizen of the Triumvirate shall be entitled to cast a ballot for the Administration, which will be displayed in a manner where all viable candidates are individually listed by political coalition association, and on such ballot they shall vote for a number of candidates equal to the number of seats there will be in the Administration. Once all ballots are in or a deadline, no later than one week prior to the onset of the new trimester, has been reached, the votes shall be counted and seats in the Administration allocated in the following manner:
- All votes for candidates who are elected as members of political coalitions shall be counted up individually by political coalition, with unaffiliated candidates treated as individual coalitions, so that each political coalition has a number of total votes for it. Then the total number of individual votes received shall be divided by the number of votes in the Administration to ascertain the quota for a single seat. Each party shall be given a seat for each quota they meet, and should there be seats remaining in the Administration after all the number of quotas have been allocated to political coalitions, the number of political coalitions for which seats are available with the highest remainders of votes unutilized by the quota shall be granted the last seats. From this point, once all seats have been proportioned by political coalition, within individual political coalitions, the candidates who received the greatest number of individual votes shall receive the political coalition’s seats.
Section 2. Speaker and Underspeaker
- Prior to the opening of each trimester, after the elections for Administrators upcoming have been concluded, the incoming Administrators shall each have a vote to decide who the Speaker of the Administration for the upcoming session shall be from those from the method of candidacy the Administration may set. The Administrative Liaison shall preside over all instances where the Speaker and Underspeaker are to be elected or removed and whenever there is a vacancy in one of the offices. On the establishment of all candidates by procedure, all Administrators shall cast a vote for whom from their ranks they desire to be Speaker.
- A candidate must receive a majority of votes to be elected Speaker and the candidate with the second highest amount of votes shall be deemed Underspeaker provided they are the only two candidates left based on run-off elections in which the Administrators continue voting until two candidates remain, wherein the Administrative Liaison shall break all split votes, and the candidates with the lowest votes are eliminated. The Administrators elected Speaker and Underspeaker shall serve until the next trimester or upon the resignation or removal of either Speaker or Underspeaker, in which case another election for both must be held.
- The Speaker shall speak for and act to the best of their ability to represent the collective Administration and shall have one vote in the affairs of the Administration unless the Administration is equally divided on a topic, in which case the Speaker shall decide. The Underspeaker shall speak for and act to the best of their ability to represent the minority in the Administration and shall, similarly, have one vote in the affairs of the Administration.
- The Speaker and Underspeaker may individually appoint, from the Administrators, the Associate Speaker and Associate Underspeaker respectively who shall be the third and fourth highest officers of the Administration, able to temporarily act as Speaker or Underspeaker wherein they are temporarily absent or temporarily incapacitated, and who shall serve at the pleasure of their superior office.
- The Speaker and Underspeaker may be jointly removed from office by rules set in procedure provided a majority of Administrators desire their collective removal.
Section 3. Powers of the Administration
- The Speaker and Underspeaker shall manage the floor of the Administration, tabling matters they deem important under their discretion. The Speaker must table all declarations of war (passable by a majority in favor) and amendments to the Constitution that the Executive Branch has passed and are then given to them by the Administrative Liaison but not other matters, including laws and impeachments, unless one-third of all members of the Administration sign a resolution privately outside the Branch and send it to the Speaker of the Administration demanding that they table a matter before them.
- All laws passed by the Executive Branch shall, before they become absolute, have to be confirmed by the Administrative Branch. Either the Speaker or Underspeaker must table laws for the members of the administration to review or be ordered to by the individuals within the administration via resolution, otherwise the law shall not pass.
- The Speaker or Underspeaker reserves the ability to table a matter of impeachment against a member of the Administration, a two-thirds in favor vote of all those in the administration shall be necessary to remove them.
- The Administrative Branch may determine the Rules of its Proceedings, establish a system of seniority within the branch, determine rules of its own recess, and determine the rules of absence with regards to its effect on votes.
Section 4. Administrative Liaison
- The Administrative Liaison for the Executive Branch shall speak for the Executive Branch in Administrative matters and may participate, without hindrance, in any administrative discussion, but shall have no vote. They shall present the Executive Branch with accurate information on the matters at hand for the Administrative Branch and negotiate with the Speaker of the Administration for the Executive Branch.
- The Administrative Branch may remove the Administrative Liaison from Executive office by a two-thirds vote of its members.
Section 5. Departure from the Administration
- Individuals may leave the Administration during the duration of a trimester if they present a letter as to why to the Speaker, who must then subtract them from the Administration. If, during the course of a trimester, a seat in the Administration is vacated, the political coalition holding the seat may appoint, with the consent of either the Speaker or Underspeaker, an interim Administrator for the continuing duration of the trimester. If no political coalition held the seat, then the Speaker may appoint an interim Administrator for the continuing duration of the trimester.
V. The Judicial power of the Triumvirate shall be kept in a court system which shall hear all disputes and rule on the controversies of civil or criminal matters. Those Justices and judges within this system must make the final decision based on logic, evidence, the method of stare decisis, the constitution, or any local jurisdictive laws. The final decisions made by the courts of the Triumvirate may be any just punishment or decision that would most accurately conclude the case
Section 1. Supreme Court
- The courts of the Triumvirate shall primarily consist of the Triumvirate Supreme Court which shall be the ultimate court in the Triumvirate. The Supreme Court shall have five Justices, each appointed by the Executive Branch by a two-thirds vote and confirmed by a simple majority of the Administration. Of those five there shall be one Chief Justice of the Supreme Court who shall preside over the Supreme Court where they will have the responsibility of managing the Supreme Court and have the additional power to, should an equal vote occur in the Supreme Court, eliminate the equality by their own vote.
- The Supreme Court shall have the power to declare acts of the Executive Branch or other individuals or groups within the Triumvirate unconstitutional under a legitimate and proper basis and the Supreme Court shall be the judge and qualifier of elections. In all cases in which a foreign official or an Executive shall be a party, or in cases between two government officials, or between a government official and the Universal Triumvirate, or on the charge of treason, the Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction. In all other cases, the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction with exceptions that shall be made by law.
Section 2. Appointment and Removal of Judicial Officers
- Applicants to become a judge or justice must present a statement on their qualifications and the Executive Branch shall reserve the right to test candidates on the Constitution, extended law, and judicial opinion.
- Justices and judges may be removed from office if two-thirds of the Executive Branch as well as two-thirds of the Administration are in favor.
Section 3. Judicial Procedures and Policies
- All questions asked during a case must be answered fully and truthfully unless otherwise prevented by a separate article of this Constitution or protected by other rules.
- No person may have a deciding role in any trial they are a party in. If they do, they must excuse themselves from deciding in the case they have a deciding role in.
- A report must be made on every trial procedure, those present, the case questions and details, and the verdict either written by a presiding Justice or judge, or a member of the Triumvirate Department of Justice
VI. The decisions made by any branch, department, person, or institution within the Triumvirate government must comply with logic, this constitution, Triumvirate legislation, and not be influenced by an unjust source for it to be a legitimate decision.
No person shall serve as more than one position in a branch of government or serve in more than one branch of government unless otherwise stated by this Constitution.
The government of the Universal Triumvirate may not make or enforce a law of any kind, or a constitutional amendment, that is impossible to remove or alter.
VII. The laws of the Triumvirate shall take upon the following order of supremacy with which the Constitution shall be the absolute power over the Triumvirate. Thereafter shall be laws and treaties passed by the Executive Branch and confirmed by the Administration, which shall be supreme over local administrative standards which pertain to their respective institutions and shall be the last observed. The powers not exclusive to the Triumvirate government, established by due process of law, or specified by this Constitution shall be the powers of private institutions and the people.
The Triumvirate may agree to a treaty with a foreign power by approval by the Executive Branch and the Administration along with signature by the Major Executive. Treaties shall be valid as law and if they come into conflict the most recent shall be superior as is standard in the legal system.
All laws, amendments, articles, treaties, policies, or any other document that has legal value must be displayed publicly.
VIII. In all trial and court procedures, the rights of those in trial and the accused shall consist of these:
- Primarily shall be the right to a reasonable trial.
- The right to defend and present lawful evidence in order to affect and argue your case will not be denied to anyone regardless of the position and privileges they have in the case at hand.
- The right to call for witnesses for their defense.
- The right to hear all charges made against them and know of all witnesses in their case.
- Any person who decides to stand trial in Triumvirate court, confess, and plead guilty shall have a significant amount of their final punishment removed due to their honesty and willingness to accept what they have done wrong.
- Anyone participating as a party in a court procedure shall also have the right to one invited person who they may choose to observe, argue for them, assist them, or defend them. As with the person they are defending, this individual attending personnel will fall subject to Triumvirate law for the time of this trial. However, this attending personnel may not be subject to any punishment for their defense.
- No party in court may be required to testify or speak against themselves.
- No person shall be subject to multiple jeopardy as to the same offense.
- These rights may be knowingly forfeited if those present in Triumvirate court at the time act in an unlawful manner.
- The privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus may not be revoked or suspended even once a case has been ended or settled.
IX. The freedom of the press and of speech, besides speech used in threats, shall be granted to all and never abridged to any within the Triumvirate. Private institutions may have the power to lay down and control speech in their own domain as may the application you are speaking within such as within a game, private site, or forum which restricts speech. All shall also have the right to rebel peacefully against the Triumvirate by petitioning the government and to assemble.
X. The Triumvirate shall never join under any force and shall remain independent under all cases in which we would fall subject under someone greater or their jurisdiction. This article may only be deemed ineffective, not taken into account, amended, or removed if five-sixths or more of the Executives in office deem it so along with three-fourths of the Administration. This shall not be construed to prevent the Triumvirate from making alliances, or from forces joining the Triumvirate.
XI. Treason against the Universal Triumvirate shall be defined as any of the following crimes; making war against the Triumvirate; giving aid, comfort, or adhering to enemies of the Triumvirate; exposing information deemed severely detrimental to the ultimate security of the state; or conspiring or acting to overthrow the legitimate government of the Triumvirate. No person shall be convicted of treason unless they confess they have committed such a heinous act in open court, or the testimony of at least two witnesses of the act proves that such an act occurred.
The punishment for the act of treason shall include at least a public record of the crime, a release of all properties and currencies to the Triumvirate at the discretion of the court, removal from current political office, and the inability to hold future political office. Along with this shall be civil service orders or expulsion from the Union at the discretion of the court. The Executive Branch may pardon a person who has performed an act of treason and remove their punishment by the same rules as a standard pardon.
XII. Those who seek protection from injustice are to be defended by means of the most logical solution without scrutiny from others.
- The attack in any form of aggression to a peaceful representative or emissary marks the aggressor as one who has targeted an unarmed opponent who is there for the action of peaceful profit and therefore making them an enemy of justice.
- If one with a less than reputable past involving the Triumvirate seeks protection as such, the Executive Branch, by Executive Decision must accept them.
XIII. If a private institution, group, or person wishes to withdraw from the Triumvirate they must do so peacefully. The government may, by law, set rules for what length of inactivity shall constitute a removal from citizenship. Otherwise, no person may be removed from the Triumvirate without conviction of a significant crime in a criminal court or a two-thirds decree of both the Executive and Administrative Branches. No person may be acting as a government official who is not a Triumvirate citizen.
XIV. If the Triumvirate falls, those with the intelligence and justice to rebuild it must rally together and reinstate the Triumvirate under the constitution and previous applications.
XV. All have the right to seek knowledge so long as it does not go against other articles or amendments of this Constitution and Triumvirate legislation.
XVI. The following shall dictate the occurrence of an Executive at trial.
- If an Executive is called to trial by another member of the Executive Branch, the trial shall be held in the Supreme Court. The Executives at trial shall not be allowed to vote or make decisions that would effect the trial at hand. The Chief Attorney shall not act as the defender for either Executive at trial unless they be one of the defenders.
- Should the Universal Triumvirate be called to trial by another Executive, that Executive shall not be able to vote or make decisions that would effect the trial at hand and the Chief Attorney shall still defend the Universal Triumvirate unless they be the one challenging.
- If an Executive is called to trial by another member of the Triumvirate besides the Executive Branch or an Executive, a trial may take place in any court so established by law as natural. They may as such call upon the Chief Attorney for defense unless the Executive Branch is against such.
- No Executive or any other person at trial shall reveal any confidential or sensitive information to any court, law may distinguish the rules for classified information being released in court.
- The Department of Justice under the acting Chief Attorney and Executive Branch shall speak for, represent, and build the case for the Triumvirate in court for criminal cases or cases where one is at trial for crime unless the Executive Branch overrides their decision.
- The Chief Attorney must defend the Universal Triumvirate in foreign courts and uphold the laws and respect of the Triumvirate. The Chief Attorney may be called off from defending the Triumvirate in a foreign court if a majority of Executives are against such but a substitute must be simultaneously appointed.
XVII. To provide for the necessary amendment of this Constitution, an amendment must be tabled by an Executive to the Executive Branch upon which at least three-fourths of the Executives must approve it..
If passed by the Executives it shall proceed to the Administrative Branch who must achieve three-fourths to approve the amendment, which, if not achieved, it shall not pass.
XVIII. All those subject to the jurisdiction of Triumvirate domain as administered by the government are equal under the law and it's protection as the people of the Triumvirate. The government of the Triumvirate may not pass or enforce any law or action which abridges the rights of the people or deprives them of liberty or property without the due process of law as carried out by the Constitution.
XIX. The flag or name of the Universal Triumvirate shall not be altered without a unanimous approval from the Executive Branch and the Administrative Branch. Nor shall any person modify that history which is necessary for the future conservation of the Triumvirate from the honest form. This article may only be amended, deemed ineffective, removed, or not taken into account if all of the Executives in office vote so along with a unanimous vote of the Administration.