Petition Office


  • EU

    The ECoJ has voted to reject Werner Kogler's petition.


  • ECoJ

    Petitioner(s): Sir Jonathan Temm, CMG in the name of HM George I of the Kingdom of Reitzmag
    Petitionee(s): European Court of Justice
    Reason for petition: Violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and misinterpretation of European Law.
    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation:

    • Article V, Section VIII, Paragraph I
    • Article V, Section XI, Paragraph II
    • Article V, Section XVIII, Pararagraphs I & II

    Evidence: Kingdom of Spain vs Kingdom of Reitzmag Case


  • EU

    The ECoJ has voted to reject Mr. Temm's petition.


  • EU

    Petitioner(s): Dragan Trympov

    Petitionee(s): Edward Firoux; the European Council

    Reason for petition:

    Mr Trympov's votes in the European Council were not counted by Mr Firoux on the grounds that he is not a member of the European Council. Mr Trympov contests this on the following grounds:

    1. The legislation under which Mr Trympov's status as a European Councillor was challenged, the Elected and Accountable Council Act, is unconstitutional.

    2. Mr Firoux, who discounted Mr Trympov's votes, is not a valid Speaker of the European Council, and therefore has no authority to discount Mr Trympov's votes.

    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation:

    • Article II, Section I, Clause II (right of member states to appoint Councillors; unconstitutionality of the Elected and Accountable Council Act)

    • Article II, Section IV, Clause I (requirement that the Speaker be a Councillor, invalidity of Mr Firoux's claimed speakership)

    • Elected and Accountable Council Act

    Evidence:

    Rudi Dzhulyanov
    Personal Counsel to Mr Dragan Trympov


  • EU

    Mr Trympov would like to request that the Court issue an injunction ordering that his full functions as a member of the European Council are restored until the case that he has brought to this Court (qv petition dated December 1st, 2020) is resolved. We contend that, without this injunction, the Kingdom of Pravoslaviya is being denied its constitutional right to representation in the European Council.

    Please note that, at this preliminary stage, we are not asking the Court to take any retroactive action regarding Mr Trympov's votes in the Council, nor to make any judgement on Mr Firoux's actions. We only believe that Mr Firoux's refusal to recognise Mr Trympov as a Councillor should be disapplied by the Court between now and the resolution of this case, when any injunction would be superseded by the Court's verdict.

    Rudi Dzhulyanov
    Personal Counsel to Mr Dragan Trympov


  • EU

    The ECoJ has unanimously voted to reject the petition of Dragan Trympov.


  • EU

    Petitioner(s): the General Court of the Austrian State

    Petitionee(s): the Government of the Austrian State

    Reason for petition: On 16 December 2020, the Government of the Austrian State unilaterally decided to send a single golden fork to the government of the Union of Nicoleizian Socialist Republics with the express purpose of said fork being to be used in or within a weapon intended for use within a military force. Within the package containing said fork, there was found a note asking for a fork in return for the fork sent. This, in our minds, constitutes two violations of the Condemnation of the Coup in Icholasen - specifically, of the clause forbidding the trade of luxury goods and that forbidding military trade agreements.

    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation: The Condemnation of the Coup in Icholasen.

    Evidence: Testimony from clerks present at government decision; written evidence of such a decision made; the fork in question, the note in question, testimony from clerk who intercepted package as it was sent.

    Remedy: In return for said violation, the Government of the Austrian State must pay the exact sum of ten million schillings, in Euros, to the government-in-exile of the United Dominions of Icholasen, otherwise known as Free Icholasen.


  • EU

    Petitioner(s):ICS Church
    Petitionee(s):ALKHARYA Government
    Reason for petition:Breach of freedom of concious of religion and freedom of religion.
    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation:Section XVII. Freedom of Conscience

    I. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

    II. This right includes freedom to change their religion or belief; and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance provided they do not violate the rights of others as mandated by this Declaration.

    The appellant believes this is a breach of our rights under the European Constitution by stopping us bringing in speakers and doing missionary activity. This is a gross overreaction that curtails religious freedom in the name of combatting extremism essentially punishing all religion.
    Evidence:http://nseuropeanunion.com/topic/690/media-alkharya/3 "PRESIDENT APPROVES BILL THAT WILL BAN MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES IN ALKHARYA"
    Religious organizations fear this will restrict religious freedom in Alkharya.
    Remedy: Repeal of law or modification in order to comply with freedom of religion.


  • EU

    Petitioner(s): Copalan Councillor Josephine Areai, on behalf of herself and of others involved in the March into Reitzmag protest

    Petitionee(s): Government of Reitzmag

    Reason for petition: I was detained for exercising my rights under the UDoHR, Section XIII, Clause 1.

    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation: UDoHR Section I, Clause II, UDoHR Section XIII, Clause I, UDoHR Section XXIV

    Evidence: Reitzmic declaration of "lockdown," contravening UDoHR Section XIII, Clause 1 rights.

    Remedy: My release, as well as that of all others detained under this unjust law.


  • EU

    Petitioner(s):ICS Church
    Petitionee(s):ALKHARYA Government
    Reason for petition:Breach of freedom of concious of religion and freedom of religion.
    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation:Section XVII. Freedom of Conscience

    I. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

    II. This right includes freedom to change their religion or belief; and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance provided they do not violate the rights of others as mandated by this Declaration.

    The appellant believes this is a breach of our rights under the European Constitution by stopping us bringing in speakers and doing missionary activity. This is a gross overreaction that curtails religious freedom in the name of combatting extremism essentially punishing all religion.
    Evidence:http://nseuropeanunion.com/topic/690/media-alkharya/3 "PRESIDENT APPROVES BILL THAT WILL BAN MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES IN ALKHARYA"
    Religious organizations fear this will restrict religious freedom in Alkharya.
    Remedy: Repeal of law or modification in order to comply with freedom of religion.


  • EU

    Petitioner(s): Charles Michel, Speaker of the European Council
    Petitionee(s): the Union of Syndicates
    Reason for petition: Motion to Suspend Council Representation until elections are held
    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation:
    ELECTED AND ACCOUNTABLE COUNCIL ACT 2020

    §I.II The governments of European Union member states may not appoint or dismiss their Councillor without following an official democratic process outlined in this Act.

    §V.III Any members state which violates any section of this Act, or any Councillor which continues to be unelected for four years, will be considered as having breached this Act and will have their Councillor suspended from the European Council by the European Court of Justice.

    Evidence: Both recent councilors were illegally appointed by their government, circumventing the EACA and EU Law.


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