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Magyar Carpathia - Constitution of 1949

WE, the representatives of the three union polities of Magyar Carpathia,
AFFIRMING our aspirations of independence, liberty, national unification, equality, socialism, and fraternity,
RECOGNIZING the aspirations of the people of Magyar Carpathia for these goals,
STRIVING to achieve this goals and continuously, perpetually develop our nation and our national interests and security,
DESIRING the implementation of socialist policies as described and later implemented by Marx and Lenin, for the benefit of the Magyar Carpathian people,
WE, the representatives of the three union polities of Magyar Carpathia,

HEREBY affirm not only our union, but affirm and adopt this constitution as the Supreme Law of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia for both state and society, and affirm its enforcement throughout the nation.

TITLE I.: GENERAL PRINCIPLES

Article I.: State Identity

(1). The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is a sovereign, independent, unitary federation.
(2). The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia adheres strictly to the principles of socialist republicanism.
(3). Governed by the rule of law, the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is a democratic state in which the dignity of people, their rights and freedoms, the free development of human personality, justice and political pluralism represent supreme values that shall be guaranteed.

Article II.: Sovereignty and the Power of the State

Article III.: Territory

(1). The territory of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia, as a sovereign nation, are inviolable and must not be violated.
(2). The territory of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia are to be exclusively limited to the regions of Transylvanian Carpathia which are historically linked to the Magyar people of Transylvania.
(3). The territory of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia shall consist of the three traditional polities of the nation- Magyar Kárpát, Székelyföld, and Csángóföld. Additionally, the capital city of Blaskóvari shall be recognized as separate of all three union polities.

Article IV.: Socialism

(1). Socialism is recognized as the guiding principle of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia and as an inalienable method of governance and ideology.
(2). Marxism-Leninism as the method of governance and ideology in the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is to be respected and adhered to.
(3). The people of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia must strive to work towards the establishment of a true Marxist state.
(4). Special status is given to the Communist Party of Magyar Carpathia who are recognized as the vanguards of socialist revolution within the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia and defenders of the principles of the constitution and the nation.

Article V.: Commitment to Human Rights

(1). The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia affirms the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as approved by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948 and respects the rights of all men and women both within and beyond the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia's borders.
(2). The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia pledges to commit to and uphold unflinchingly and with the utmost dedication the Universal Declaration of Human Rights through any means necessary where needed on account of moral duty.
(3). Constitutional provisions on human rights and freedoms shall be interpreted and are enforced in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, with the conventions and other treaties to which the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is a party.
(4.) Wherever disagreements appear between the conventions and treaties on fundamental human rights to which the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is a party and its domestic laws, priority shall be given to international regulations.

Article VI.: Division of Powers

(1). The executive, legislative, and judicial powers of government shall be evenly and equally divided on a national level. Local governments must adopt, to some extent, the division of powers as they are proscribed in the Constitution.

Article VII.: The Constitution as the Supreme Law

(1). The Constitution of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is recognized as the Supreme Law. It is amendable but unquestionable in its authority, and therefore no other law which is established may contradict or void the provisions of the Constitution.
(2). To amend the Constitution, the government must have an absolute popular majority through national plebiscite- this meaning, at the least, a 55% or more majority.

Article VIII.: National Adherence to International Treaties

(1). The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia commits to observe the Charter of the United Nations and the treaties to which it is a party, to ground its relationships with other states on the unanimously recognized principles and norms of international law.
(2.) The coming into force of an international treaty containing provisions which are contrary to the Constitution shall be preceded by a revision of the latter.
(3). The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia shall commit to the provisions of an international treaty only when the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia signs and ratifies said treaty.
(4). The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia shall enforce to the utmost extent any international treaty of which it ratifies throughout the nation.

Article IX.: On Property

(1). Property can be either of a public or private nature. Material and intellectual goods are seen as property.
(2). Public property, i.e. property recognized as belonging to the whole of the people, is subject to either local or national government as the representative(s) of the people of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia. Private property, i.e. property recognized as belonging to an individual or cooperative, is recognized as being owned by an individual or cooperative but subject to the rules, regulations, and necessities of the state.
(3). No property may be used to the prejudice of human rights, freedoms and human dignity.
(4). Land, the natural wealth and resources of the land, and all infrastructure and industry deemed as necessary for the functionality and survival of the state are recognized as public property.
(5). Goods manufactured by an individual or cooperative with specific licence to do so by the State are recognized as private property.

Article X.: The Abolition of Capitalism

(1). Capitalism as an economic system is to be completely and perpetually abolished within the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia as it is directly opposed to the dedication to independence, liberty, national unification, equality, socialism, and fraternity.
(2). Any attempts by citizens or organizations of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia to engage in a capitalist system shall be subject to prosecution for unlawful and unjust action against the State due to its natural opposition to the socialist system upon which the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is established.

Article XI.: Unity and Identity

(1). The unity of people of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia constitutes the foundation of the State. The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is the common and indivisible motherland of all its citizens.
(2.) The State recognizes and guarantees all its citizens the right to the preservation, development and expression of their ethnic, cultural, linguistic and religious identity.

Article XII.: Symbols of the State

(1). The People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia has and endorses a flag, a coat of arms, a national anthem, a national maxim, and a national animal as natural symbols of the State and the nation.
(2).The flag of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is a tricolor consisting of equal bands of red, white, and green. Within the canton is a blue rectangle with a dark golden line running from end to end of the flag. In this blue canton above the dark golden line shall be the national emblem of the Székely people, a crescent moon and embellished sun, with the moon forming the sickle on a sickle and hammer. Within the white banner on the right half of the flag shall be the red rectangle of the Csángó peoples.
(3). The coat of arms of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia shall be wreaths of grain, with a banner displaying the Magyar Carpathian tricolor and the colors of Székelyföld above, forming a five-striped banner. Within the wreaths of grain, above the banner, is a sickle, a hammer, and a shield with the red rectangle of the Csángó people upon it.
(4). The national anthem of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is the song "Bajtárs".
(5). The national maxim of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is "May This Land Be Protected, Nurtured, and Blessed".
(6). The national animal of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is the Eurasian Lynx. As a national symbol of the State and the nation, the Eurasian Lynx is to be absolutely respected and protected by citizens of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia, and may only be put into captivity with express permission of the Ministry of the Interior.

Article XIII.: Language

(1). The State language of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is Hungarian.
(2). The State is to encourage and enforce the use of Hungarian in all official and private capacities.
(3). The languages of Romanian and German are recognized as languages of national importance, whose usage in official capacities are forbidden but whose usage in private capacities are to be tolerated.
(4). The State and all educational facilities within the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia are to encourage and respect languages of foreign and global importance as well as sponsor education in these languages for national citizens.

Article XIV.: The Capital

(1). The capital of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia is the Blaskóvari.
(2). The historical name of Blaskóvari, Kolozsvár, is forbidden from usage in official capacities, but is tolerated in private capacities.
(3). The municipalities of Blaskóvari, Dezmér, Kolozspata, Györgyfalva, Erdőfelek, Micești Házak, Kolozstótfalu, Szászfenes, Szucság, Andrásháza, Baciu, Apartalatt, and Szamosszentmiklós constitute the Blaskóvari Capital County, recognized as a polity on equal status with the other three union polities.

TITLE II.: FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, FREEDOMS, AND DUTIES

Section I. General Protections and Provisions

Article XV.: Application of Rights Universally

(1). All citizens of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia are entitled to the same rights and freedoms and are equally responsible for the same duties. No preferential treatment shall be given to any citizen on account of status, class, origin, ethnicity, nationality, religion, language, sex, or sexuality.
(2). Should a citizen of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia be found guilty of a crime, he is subject to the removal of certain rights and freedoms entitled to all citizens of the People's Republic of Magyar Carpathia at the discretion of the court and the jury.

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