Constitution

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The Habbo White House Consitution

We the people of the White House, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the Habbo White House.

Article 1 The Executive

  1. All Executive Power shall be vested in a President and Vice President of the Habbo White House upon their oath of office.
    1. Executive power, otherwise known as administrative power, includes; proclamation of legislation, veto of legislation, appointment of branch leaders, appointment of members of their administration and executive office, pardons, editing the Headquarters, and any other powers designated to them.
    2. “Administration”, “Executive Office of the President”, and “EOP” may be used interchangeably.
  2. The Administration shall be dedicated to the operation of the entire White House and the completion of the President’s manifesto, and serve at the pleasure of the President.
  3. The Administration shall be led by the President.
  4. The position of President and Vice President shall be jointly elected every two months by the employees of the White House.
  5. The President and Vice President shall be subject to impeachment for breaking statute law during their term in office.
  6. No individual may hold the rank of President more than three times total.
  7. The Vice President shall assume all powers of the President during a leave of absence by the President, and shall assume the rank of President upon the vacancy of the position.
  8. Each branch shall be independent and shall be managed by their respective Branch Leader, but each Branch Leader shall report to the President as the head of the White House.
     

Article 2: The Legislature

  1. All legislative powers granted within the White House shall be vested in the Legislative Branch unless delegated by law to another authority, person, office, or body.
    1. “Legislative Branch”, "Legislature", "Senate", and “Congress” may be used interchangeably.
  2. The Congress shall be dedicated to creating and maintaining statute law.
  3. The Congress shall be led by a Speaker of the House, with a leadership assuming branch duties assigned to it.
  4. The Congress shall have the power to remove their Speaker.
  5. The Congress shall vote on any impeachment of the President or Vice President.
  6. There shall be a process by which legislation shall undergo to become statute law.
    1. This legislative process shall include the Senate, the President, and the Judiciary.
  7. The Congress shall have the power to overturn a Presidential veto of legislation.
     

Article 3: The Judiciary

  1. All judicial powers within the White House shall be vested in the Judicial Branch unless delegated by law to another authority, person, office, or body.
    1. “Judicial Branch” and “Judiciary” may be used interchangeably.
  2. The Judiciary shall be dedicated to reviewing and interpreting legislation, and holding trials for the breaking of statute law.
  3. The Judiciary shall be led by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, with a leadership assuming branch duties assigned to it.
  4. The Judiciary shall have the power to remove their Chief Justice.
  5. The Judiciary shall review each piece of legislation the President signs and declare it Constitutional in accordance with this Constitution and the White House law, unless illegal clauses or conflicts are present within said law, whereby it shall be declared Unconstitutional and not made law.
     

Article 4: The Secret Service

  1. All Secret Service powers within the White House shall be vested in the Secret Service Branch unless delegated by law to another authority, person, office, or body.
    1. “Secret Service Branch”, “Secret Service”, and “SS” may be used interchangeably.
  2. The Secret Service shall be dedicated to the recruitment, training, and progression of individuals who join the White House.
  3. The Secret Service shall be led by the Director of Secret Service, with a leadership assuming branch duties assigned to it.
  4. The Secret Service shall have the power to remove their Director.
     

Article 5: The Cabinet

  1. All Cabinet powers within the White House shall be vested in the Executive Branch unless delegated by law to another authority, person, office, or body.
    1. “Executive Branch” and “Cabinet” may be used interchangeably.
  2. The Cabinet shall be dedicated to the execution and maintenance of various aspects of the White House.
  3. The Cabinet shall be led by the Administration, acting as the leadership to the branch, and included in the branch.
  4. The Cabinet shall be comprised of offices and departments which focus on individual aspects of the White House.
     

Article 6: The Board of Trustees

  1. All Electoral powers within the White House shall be vested in the Board of Trustees.
    1. “Board of Trustees”, “Board”, and “BoT” may be used interchangeably.
  2. The Board of Trustees shall be dedicated to holding all elections and referendums, as well as maintain rooms as requested by the President.
  3. The Board of Trustees shall be comprised of three individually elected members who may be removed individually via; the court after being found guilty of a crime, a petition, or resignation.
     

Article 7: Digital Services

  1. All Digital powers within the White House shall be vested in the National Archives & Records Administration unless delegated by law to another authority, person, office, or body.
    1. “National Archives & Records Administration” and “NARA” may be used interchangeably.
  2. The National Archives & Records Administration shall be dedicated to the creation and maintenance of the White House website, and shall create or change any tools or pages as designated by statute law.
  3. The National Archives & Records Administration shall be an independent group, led by the Board of Trustees.
  4. The Director of the NARA shall be appointed by the BoT
     

Article 8: Bill of Rights

  1. Every person shall enjoy civil rights, including but not limited to the following;
    1. Freedom of Speech;
      1. The right to free speech, thought, expression, faith, and press, maintaining it is not intended to be harmful or threatening, shall not be infringed.
    2. Right to Equality;
      1. The right to be treated equally and with respect shall not be infringed, no matter the circumstances.
    3. Right to Privacy;
      1. Nobody shall be required to share personal information about themselves or others.
    4. Right to a Fair Trial;
      1. The right to a fair trial shall not be infringed; everyone is to be assumed innocent until proven guilty regardless of the charge, and if found guilty the court may not give an excessive punishment.
    5. Right to Plead the Fifth
      1. Nobody shall be required to self-incriminate, and may state they “Plead the Fifth” as a null answer to a question, which may not be inferred as guilt or innocence.
    6. Freedom of Assembly and Association
      1. The right to, or assemble to express, promote, pursue, and defend ideas and actions shall not be infringed.
    7. Freedom from Force;
      1. Nobody shall be bribed, coerced, or intimidated to use or abuse any power against their better judgement or will.
  2. Employees shall enjoy civil rights, including but not limited to the following;
    1. Right to Vote;
      1. The right to lawfully vote if meeting franchise requirements shall not be infringed, and nobody shall be bribed, coerced, or intimidated to vote against their better judgement or will.
    2. Right to Campaign;
      1. The right to lawfully campaign in elections and referendums shall not be infringed, and nobody shall be bribed, coerced, or intimidated to campaign against their better judgement or will.
    3. Right to Petition;
      1. The right to lawfully petition shall not be infringed, and nobody shall be bribed, coerced, or intimidated to petition against their better judgement or will.
  3. Breaches of Civil Rights;
    1. The breaking or breaching of any civil rights shall be considered perversion of rights, and shall be a crime within the highest class available by statute law.
       

Article 9: Constitutional Amendments

  1. Amendments may be made to this Constitution.
  2. All amendments shall undergo the following process;
    1. The submission and passing of the amendment via resolution in the Senate.
      1. Any member of the Senate may propose an amendment.
      2. The amendment must be supported in writing by at least five (5) other members of the Senate.
      3. The Deputy Branch Leader, or the Speaker in their place, shall put the resolution to a vote if the above condition is met.
      4. The resolution, while undergoing a vote, shall be hidden from the voting record.
      5. The amendment shall only continue if a majority vote in the affirmative.
    2. The passing of an employee-wide binding referendum, organized by the Board of Trustees within thirty (30) days.
    3. The referendum must get a majority vote in the affirmative of at least seventy (70) percent to be ratified.
  3. The creation of any branch not listed in this Constitution through any means other than a Constitutional amendment shall be illegal.
  4. All ranks, except in the case of an independent NARA rank, must belong to a legal branch listed in this Constitution.
     

Article 10: Ratification

  1. On Saturday, June 29th of 2019, at 8:00 PM BST, in accordance with statute law, disregarding the requirements for referendum, this Constitution shall be considered ratified.
  2. Upon the ratification of this Constitution;
    1. This Constitution shall become the highest status of law within the Legislative Process.
    2. All pieces of legislation passed before the ratification of this Constitution shall be considered repealed and no longer law.
      1. Any pre-existing alliance and treaty agreements shall continue undisturbed, and shall be brought into law via order by the President.
    3. The Board of Trustees may submit at most 27 pieces of legislation directly into law.

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