Slavic peoples stand up calling for the resignation of the Tsar after Royal incompetence brought a disastourus defeat in the war
Title 1- Civil Rights Chapter I - Social Rights Article 1 - Sovereignty
The people of the nation have the sole and exclusive right to govern themselves as a free, sovereign and independent state.
Article 2. Right to Life and Personhood
1. Every person has the right to recognition as a person before the law.
2. Every person has the right to have his life respected. This right shall be protected by law and, in general, from the moment of conception. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life.
3. In no case shall capital punishment be inflicted for political offenses or related common crimes, or any other criminal offense.
4. Capital punishment shall not be imposed upon persons who, at the time the crime was committed, unless the crime committed is treason against fellow worker and were not under 18 years of age or over 75 years of age; nor shall it be applied to pregnant women.
4. Every person condemned to death shall have the right to apply for amnesty, pardon, or commutation of sentence, which may be granted in all cases. Capital punishment shall not be imposed while such a petition is pending decision by the competent authority.
Article 3. Right to Humane Treatment
Every person has the right to have his physical, mental, and moral integrity respected.
1. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman, or degrading punishment or treatment. All persons deprived of their liberty shall be treated with respect for the inherent dignity of the human person.
2. Punishment shall not be extended to any person other than the criminal.
3. Accused persons shall, save in exceptional circumstances, be segregated from convicted persons, and shall be subject to separate treatment appropriate to their status as unconvicted persons.
4. Minors while subject to criminal proceedings shall be separated from adults and brought before specialized tribunals, as speedily as possible, so that they may be treated in accordance with their status as minors.
5. Punishments consisting of deprivation of liberty shall have as an essential aim the reform and social readaptation of the prisoners.
6. The state shall provide free and adequate healthcare to all citizens and legal aliens by law.
Article 4. Freedom from Slavery
No one shall be subject to slavery or to involuntary servitude, which are prohibited in all their forms, as are the slave trade and traffic of people for coerced sex trade.
1. No one shall be required to perform forced or compulsory labor. This provision shall not be interpreted to mean that, in those countries in which the penalty established for certain crimes is deprivation of liberty at forced labor, the carrying out of such a sentence imposed by a competent court is prohibited. Forced labor shall not adversely affect the dignity or the physical or intellectual capacity of the prisoner.
2. For the purposes of this article, the following do not constitute forced or compulsory labor:
(A) work or service normally required of a person imprisoned in execution of a sentence or formal decision passed by the competent judicial authority. Such work or service shall be carried out under the supervision and control of public authorities, and any persons performing such work or service shall not be placed at the disposal of any private party, company, or juridical person. (B) military service and conscientious objectors for national service that the law may provide for in lieu of military service; (C) service exacted in time of danger or calamity that threatens the existence or the well-being of the community; or (D) work or service that forms part of normal civic obligations which does not significantly burden civil liberty.
Article 5. Right to personal liberty
Every person has the right to personal liberty and security.
1. No one shall be deprived of his physical liberty except for the reasons and under the conditions established beforehand by the constitution or by a law established pursuant thereto.
2. No one shall be subject to arbitrary arrest or imprisonment.
3. Anyone who is detained shall be informed of the reasons for his detention and shall be promptly notified of the charge or charges against him.
4. Any person detained shall be brought promptly before a judge or other officer authorized by law to exercise judicial power and shall be entitled to trial within a reasonable time or to be released without prejudice to the continuation of the proceedings. His release may be subject to guarantees to assure his appearance for trial.
5. Anyone who is deprived of his liberty shall be entitled to recourse to a competent court, in order that the court may decide without delay on the lawfulness of his arrest or detention and order his release if the arrest or detention is unlawful. Anyone who believes himself to be threatened with deprivation of his liberty is entitled to recourse to a competent court in order that it may decide on the lawfulness of such threat, this remedy may not be restricted or abolished. The interested party or another person in his behalf is entitled to seek these remedies.
6. No one shall be detained for debt. This principle shall not limit the orders of a competent judicial authority issued for non fulfillment of duties of support.
Article 6. Right to a Fair Trial
Every person has the right to a hearing, with due guarantees and within a reasonable time, by a competent, independent, and impartial tribunal, previously established by law, in the substantiation of any accusation of a criminal nature made against him or for the determination of his rights and obligations of a civil, labor, fiscal, or any other nature.
1. Every person accused of a criminal offense has the right to be presumed innocent so long as his guilt has not been proven according to law. During the proceedings, every person is entitled, with full equality, to the following minimum guarantees: (A) the right of the accused to be assisted without charge by a translator or interpreter, if he does not understand or does not speak one of Slavia's four non official languages; Russian, Ukrainian, Czech, Polish, and one official language, Interslavic; (B)prior notification in detail to the accused of the charges against him. (C) adequate time and means for the preparation of his defence; (D) the right of the accused to defend himself personally or to be assisted by legal counsel of his own choosing, and to communicate freely and privately with his counsel; (E) the inalienable right to be assisted by counsel provided by the state, paid or not as the domestic law provides, if the accused does not defend themself personally or engage his own counsel within the time period established by law; (F) the right of the defense to examine witnesses present in the court and to obtain the appearance, as witnesses, of experts or other persons who may throw light on the facts; (G) the right not to be compelled to be a witness against himself or to plead guilty; and (H) the right to appeal the judgment to a higher court.
2. A confession of guilt by the accused shall be valid only if it is made without coercion of any kind.
3. An accused person acquitted by a non appealable judgment shall not be subjected to a new trial for the same cause.
4. Criminal proceedings shall be public, except insofar as may be necessary to protect the interests of justice.
Article 7. Freedom from Ex Post Facto Laws
No law of Parliament shall be enacted with retroactive effect and shall only come into effect after it's lawful promulgation.
Article 8. Right to Compensation
Every person has the right to be compensated in accordance with the law in the event he has been sentenced by a final judgment through a miscarriage of justice.
Article 9. Right to Privacy
Everyone has the right to have his honor respected and his dignity recognised.
1. No one may be the object of arbitrary or abusive interference with his private life, his family, his home, or his correspondence, or of unlawful attacks on his honor or reputation.
2. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.
Article 10. Freedom of Conscience and Religion
There is no official state religion, and no set religion has no legal powers . Everyone has the right to freedom of conscience and of religion. This right includes freedom to maintain or to change one's religion or beliefs, and freedom to profess or disseminate one's religion or beliefs, either individually or together with others, in public or in private.
1. No one shall be subject to restrictions that might impair his freedom to maintain or to change his religion or beliefs.
2. Freedom to manifest one's religion and beliefs may be subject only to the limitations prescribed by law that are necessary to protect public safety, order, health, or morals, or the rights or freedoms of others.
Article 11. Freedom of Thought and Expression
Everyone has the right to freedom of thought and expression. This right includes freedom to seek, receive, and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing, in print, in the form of art, or through any other medium of one's choice.
1. The exercise of the right provided for in the foregoing paragraph shall not be subject to prior censorship but shall be subject to subsequent imposition of liability, which shall be expressly established by law to the extent necessary to ensure: (A) respect for the rights or reputations of others; or (B) the protection of national security, public order, or public health or morals.
2. The right of expression may not be restricted by indirect methods or means, such as the abuse of government or private controls over newsprint, radio broadcasting frequencies, or equipment used in the dissemination of information, or by any other means tending to impede the communication and circulation of ideas and opinions.
3. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 2 above, public entertainments may be subject by law to prior censorship for the sole purpose of regulating access to them for the moral protection of childhood and adolescence.
4. Any propaganda for war and any advocacy of national, racial, sexual, or religious hatred that constitute incitements to lawless violence or to any other similar action against any person or group of persons on any grounds including those of race, colour, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, language, or national origin shall be considered as offenses punishable by law.
Article 12. Right of Reply
Anyone injured by inaccurate or offensive statements or ideas disseminated to the public in general by a legally regulated medium of communication has the right to reply or to make a correction using the same communications outlet, under such conditions as the law may establish.
1. The correction or reply shall not in any case remit other legal liabilities that may have been incurred.
2. For the effective protection of honor and reputation, every publisher, and every newspaper, motion picture, radio, and television company, shall have a person responsible who is not protected by immunities or special privileges.
Article 13. Right of Assembly
The right of peaceful assembly, with or without arms, is recognized. No restrictions may be placed on the exercise of this right other than those imposed in conformity with the law and necessary in a democratic society in the interest of national security, public safety or public order, or to protect public health or morals or the rights or freedom of others.
Article 14. Freedom of Association
Everyone has the right to associate freely for ideological, religious, political, economic, labor, social, cultural, sports, or other purposes.
2. The exercise of this right shall be subject only to such restrictions established by law as may be necessary in a democratic society, in the interest of national security, public safety or public order, or to protect public health or morals or the rights and freedoms of others.
3. The provisions of this article do not bar the imposition of legal restrictions, including even deprivation of the exercise of the right of association, on members of the armed forces and the police within reason but not in so much as derogate their dignity and liberty as citizens of the state.
Article 15. Marriage and the Family
Marriage and the nuclear family is the natural and fundamental cornerstone of Merendian society and is entitled to protection by society and the state.
1. The right of persons of marriageable age, be they of the same or opposite sexes, to marry and to raise a family shall be recognized, if they meet the conditions required by the domestic laws, insofar as such conditions do not affect the principle of nondiscrimination established in this title.
2. No marriage shall be entered into without the free and full consent of the intending spouses.
3. The government shall take appropriate steps to ensure the equality of rights and the adequate balancing of responsibilities of the spouses as to marriage, during marriage, and in the event of its dissolution. In case of dissolution, provision shall be made for the necessary protection of any children solely on the basis of their own best interests.
4. The law shall recognize equal rights for children born out of wedlock and those born in wedlock.
Article 16. Right to a Name
Every person has the right to a given name and to the surnames of his parents or that of one of them. The law shall regulate the manner in which this right shall be ensured for all, by the use of assumed names if necessary.
Article 17. Rights of the Child
Every minor child has the right to the measures of protection required by his condition as a minor on the part of his family, society, and the state.
Article 18. Right to Property
1. Everyone has the right to the use and enjoyment of his property. The law may subordinate such use and enjoyment to the interest of society.
2. No one shall be deprived of his property except upon payment of just compensation, for reasons of public utility or social interest, and in the cases and according to the forms established by law.
3. Usury and any other form of exploitation of man by man shall be prohibited by law.
Commander Vadir leads the charge against the Absolutists and the Communists in the final battle of the civil war, this victory establish the Vozhd from 1920 to 1990