An Act to Establish a New European Constitution**
The text of the new European Constitution.
*Sidenote from the current President of the European Union -
After elections are held for the seats of the new European Commission and winners are chosen for positions in accordance with the new Constitution, I shall hereby resign the Office of the Presidency of the European Union, and as the last act of my administration, shall dismantle the current government and its functions in order to establish the new government and its functions.
Marcus E. Tristan
Marcus E. Tristan, ELP
President of the European Union
Rights of the Accused
I. Questioning Proceedure
Rule 1. Upon the European Court of Justice requesting a citizen or national representative to appear for questioning, said accused shall be granted access to a lawyer, state-appointed if requested by said accused.
**Rule 2. **Upon appearing for questioning, said accused shall not be questioned for more than 3 hours stretches without a break of at least 45 minutes.
**Rule 3. **Upon appearing for questioning, ECoJ shall ensure questioning does not take place between 21.00 - 06.00 in nation of questioning.
**Rule 4. **Upon appearing for questioning, said accused shall not be questioned for more than 48 hours without charge.
II. Upon being Charged
**Rule 5. **If the ECoJ decide to charge, said accused shall be given access to all documents concerning their own case as determined by their own lawyer. ECoJ may, with an absolute majority, decide to blank-out any areas of documentation that are either of no relevance to the case in hand, of regional security or of personal information which could endanger any witness or persons otherwise related to the case. The ECoJ may not remove any information of evidence against the accused. Any requests for documentation by the accused's lawyer shall be made through the Chief Justice under whose authority it shall be to gather all documentation unavailable to the public.
**Rule 6. **Upon being Charged, said accused may request a Deferment of Trial upon to 12 hours before the Trial is held to ensure said accused defence is ready. Deferment may be granted by the ECoJ of a period no longer than 72 hours.
**Rule 7. **Should any relevant evidence be revealed 48 hours or fewer before the trial, the ECoJ may enforce a Deferment of Trial to discuss such information. The deferment shall be of a period of no longer than 72 hours. Any ECoJ Justice may request said deferment.
III. Upon Trial
Rule 8. Upon being Tried, said accused shall be granted the Right to Defense. They shall have the freedom to call upon any witness or otherwise relevant person. Their representative shall have the freedom to cross-examine any witness brought forth by the ECoJ.
**Rule 9. **If found Not Guilty, said accused shall be granted Habeus Corpus whereupon they shall not be Tried for the same crime again.
Written by Chief Justice Jacob Stipe
Co-authored by the ECoJ
Apologies for the delay, but with two votes for its repeal, the European Healthcare Accreditation Committee Act has been repealed. Sir Edward Mountain, 4th Baronet of Oare Manor and BrendonCouncillor for the United Kingdom of Great BritainSpeaker of the European Council
And I, on behalf of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, vote FOR the motion.With voting closed, and three votes in favour and zero votes against the motion, Australia has rescinded its neutrality and returns to its previous status.Sir Edward Mountain, 4th Baronet of Oare Manor and BrendonCouncillor for the United Kingdom of Great BritainSpeaker of the European Council
With two votes AGAINST and one vote for, the Marriage Recognition Act is defeated. Thank you all who have participated in voting, the act has been rejected and may be proposed again with amendments to the European Council.Sir Edward MountainCouncillor for the United Kingdom of Great BritainSpeaker of the European Council
With 2 abstentions and 7 votes in favour, I am glad to announce that these constitutional amendments have indeed passed. I will be signing them into law immediately.I would like to thank those who worked very hard with me to get these Commission reforms accomplished. A special thanks to Councillor Stuart and Councillor de Riverie, who both played integral roles in drawing up and phrasing this legislation, with further thanks offered to Councillor Devoy, who stepped up and helped make sure we produced the most accurate piece of legislation possible. I would also like to thank all of those who participated in our discussions, who offered their thoughts and were willing to make tough compromises. I truly believe that these reforms will better the system we currently have, and I am pleased to be able to pass on the torch to the next Commission knowing that these changes have taken place. Premier Commissioner
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