Petition Office

  • EU



    All petitions to bring a case before the European Court of Justice must be presented to the Court via this office, using the form below. The Court will not consider petitions that are not made through this office.

    Reason for petition:
    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation:

    The Court will endeavour to process all petitions as quickly as possible and will inform petitioners and petitionees whether the case has been accepted and, if so, when it will be heard. The Court will follow case procedures mandated by the Constitution and by EU legislation in all instances.

  • ECoJ

    Petitioner(s): Paloma Faith
    Petitionee(s): Jeanne Kaushuronu, and/or the UNSR
    Reason for petition: UNSR is not the legitimate successor to Icholasen's EV record and should not be allowed to compete in the next Eurovoice in Angleter
    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation: Condemnation of the Coup in Icholasen Act
    Evidence: The recent statement by UNSR Minister of Culture, Jeanne Kaushuronu

  • EU

    Petitioner(s): Atty. Edmund Jasper Winston, PhD
    Petitionee(s): Mr. Jean Claude-Juncker
    Reason for petition: violation of Intellectual Property Rights, plagiarism
    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation: Article 5, Section 16 of the Constitution
    Evidence: Statement of Mr. Juncker at his campaign rally in Constantinople, The official document of the proposed Treaty of Victoria

  • EU

    Chief Justice Luke Regalena has asked me to reply to this petition.

    In a 5-0 vote, the court has opted to NOT hear this case due to there being no sufficient grounds to hear the case in the European Court of Justice. If there any questions involving this decision you may refer to the current clerks of the court to assist you.

  • EU

    Petitioner: Sp. Cllr. Andries van Hoebeek
    Petitionee: The Kiel Workers' Council
    Reason for petition: I was arrested without apparent reason during a session of the General Council, before being detained for an extended period of time without being told of my charges. I was then put on 'trial' before a 'People's Court.' Said trial has not concluded, but was not public in any way.
    Relevant sections of the Constitution: Section IX and X of Article V (Universal Declaration of Human Rights) of the Constitution.
    Evidence: Eyewitness evidence, public in "Grassroots" (news organization), of arrest; communications by Consul Katrin Weber to do with trial; eyewitness evidence of Gen. Council being led to trial, without any additional information (also in "Grassroots").
    Remedy: The Haanean government has not made any action that would prevent such a thing from occurring again, nor does it have the power to; as a result, I ask that the European Court of Justice ensures that the Kiel Workers' Council follow that which is set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

  • Commission

    Petitioner(s): D. Julián Sánchez Melgar, Spanish Attorney General
    Petitionee(s): King George I, Government of Reitzmag (as an institution).
    Reason for petition: Individual recognition by his Majesty King George I from Reitzmag of the UNSR, negotiations with UNSR in Nytthem (Vayinaod), signement of a treaty with the UNSR.
    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution / legislation: Condemnation of the Coup in Icholasen, Section 1: articles 1 and 2; Section 2: article 1.
    Evidence: The Reitzmic Government met in Nyetthem, Vayinaod, with some UNSR members. There, a treaty was signed in which it was agreed to get his Majesty King George I to recognise the UNSR in exchange to replace a military ship. This violates the Condemnation of the Coup of Icholasen, which was passed just 3 days ago this meeting took place.
    Remedy: Petitionees must pay the costs of the trial, both must pay a fine of 150.000.000 million Euros and 127 hours of community service for King George I.

  • EU

    Petitioner: Werner Kogler, member of the Nationalrat.

    Petitionee: the European Council

    Reason for Petition: The European Council, by passing the Condemnation of the Coup in Icholasen, has violated Section I of the Constitution by obstructing the right of sovereign states to freely join the European Union, as no explicit statement was made in the condemnation that derecognized the Union of Nicoleizian Socialist Republics as a sovereign state.

    Relevant part(s) of the Constitution: Article I, section II, clause I of the Constitution of the European Union.

    Evidence: Text of the Condemnation of the Coup in Icholasen; copy of the debate regarding the Condemnation of the Coup in Icholasen.

    Remedy: 100 hours of community service in the Free City of Europolis for each member of the European Council, without any sort of guard, armed or not. Councillors will not be allowed to carry any arms of any sort when doing this community service. Overseeing shall be done by those who can prove themselves to be without any proficiency in self defense or the defense of others in any way. A public statement shall be made that denounces the Condemnation of the Coup in Icholasen as unconstitutional.

  • ECoJ

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

  • EU

    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

  • ECoJ

    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


    Rudi Dzhulyanov
    Personal Counsel to Mr Dragan Trympov

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