The Constitution of SpecialDetachment
Whereas, to create and establish a rule of law for team
Special Detachment and
Whereas, to do so under an unlimited empirial republic and
Whereas, to promote Harmony, Unity, and Longevity of the
Therefore, let it be know, that I, as Elected Leader of Special
Detachment, do here by Institute, Ratify, and Approve of this Constitution, on
the Second day of December, in the year Two Thousand Three,
granting and establishing all the rights and privileges
guaranteed by it under the same.
Section 1. All legislative powers are to be vested in one Parliament,
which shall consist of one Council and one House.
Section 2. The House will consist of recruits, who shall be voted as such
by a simple majority among the Council members after their request is received.
There shall be three levels of recruits: Recruit, Veteran, and Elite. A
Recruit may be promoted to Veteran within the team, not less than twenty days
after joining, by writing a request for promotion. It shall be finalized by at
least a two-thirds majority vote of the Council. A Veteran may be promoted to
Elite within the team, not less than forty days after joining, by writing a
request for promotion. It shall be finalized by at least a three-fourths
majority vote of the Council. Only Elites shall be considered full-members and
eligible for promotion into the Council.
The Council may, from time to time, call upon an Elite(s) to fill positions
of temporary vacancy within the Council, within tournaments, and/or may also
group Elites together to create additional teams for play. The Council shall be
vested legislative power to do so under this Article.
Upon the event of a vacancy within the Council, the longest standing Elite
shall be promoted into the Council by writing a request for promotion. It shall
be finalized only by a unanimous vote of the Council.
In the event of a tie between standing Elites, the Council will choose one of
the eligible candidates to fill the vacancy by a simple majority vote. Once the
candidate has been chosen, the promotion shall be finalized only by a unanimous
vote of the Council.
The House from time to time may choose one Speaker by majority vote and, He
or She, will have the sole authority to introduce legislation to the Council for
Section 3. The Council shall be composed of no more than eight
full-members. Each Council Member will have one vote.
Each Council member shall be eligible to propose legislation and promotions
to be voted on within the Council. However, all legislation and promotions
approved by the Council shall be sent before the Leader for acceptance or
rejection. A unanimous vote by the Council shall override any Veto by the
Leader, with the exception of promotions to the Council.
The Council is expressly denied the right to Impeach or remove the Leader for
any reasons or grievances whatsoever.
Section 4. The Vice Leader shall be the head of the Council, setting up
the rules and regulations thereof, conducting and directing meetings, sending
finished legislation to the Leader, and shall have the deciding vote. The Vice
Leader shall appoint a pro-tempore. In the absence of the Leader, the Vice
Leader shall assume the role of Leader, with all privileges and powers thereof
inherited; the pro-tempore will exercise the role of Vice Leader and appoint a
pro-tempore in their place, and this protocol shall continue until no more
Council Members exist.
The Council shall assemble at least once every three months.
Section 1. The executive Power shall be vested in one Leader. They shall
hold office for the remainder of their leisure. They shall have the power of
Veto against any legislature, or promotions passed by a majority of the Council.
They shall be Commanding Officer and, by appointment, they may wave this right
from time to time. They shall frequently inform the Parliament of the status of
Special Detachment; they shall take care that the laws are faithfully executed.
Section 2. The Leader will have the sole responsibility over monetary
expenditures for goods and services rendered in the name of the team.
Section 3. The Leader may convene the Parliament or each cameral
separately, or adjourn them to such time as He or She thinks
Section 1. Interpretation of the Constitution, and Impeachment of
Council Members, shall be vested in the Parliamentary Court of Due Process. The
Council will have the sole authority to Impeach and Remove, from the Council,
one of its members by a three-fourths majority vote of no confidence
brought about by any other member of the Council.
The Parliamentary Court of Due Process will have no less than nine Justices.
The Court shall be filled by the Leader, the Council minus the remaining Council
Member subject to any decision of the Court, and no less than one of the
highest-ranking members of the House, who will be chosen by a simple majority
vote of all Council Members.
The Vice Leader will be the Courts Chief Justice and will deliver the verdict
of the court. The decision of the Court is final and cannot be appealed.
Section 2. The Leader is expressly denied the right to remove any members
of the Council by unilateral action alone. However, a Council Member will
forfeit there status as a Council Member, if found with absence for three
Upon ratification of this Constitution, the Leader will appoint three members
to the Council, constituting a valid quorum. By prescription, He or She will
name the Vice Leader. The Vice Leader will name the pro-tempore. This article
shall be null and void after its first effect. However, in the absence of a
Council, this article shall be evoked.
Any powers not expressly denied to the Leader and not expressly granted to
the Parliament shall be reserved for the Leader.
Ratification of amendments to this Constitution will require a unanimous vote
by no less than eight Council Members and a concerning vote by the Leader.
During Constitutional crises, the Council may vote unanimously to endow the
Leader with Special Executive Authority, for a prescribed time period of their
choosing- resulting in temporary unabated power to resolve the crisis.