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U.N.N.M. Constitution

U.N.N.M. Constitution

Constitution Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans

A Written Constitution Comprises The Fundamental Laws Of Nature Which Insures Justice, Liberty, Freedom, Domestic Tranquility, General Welfare, And Common Defense. It Comprises Laws Governing The Political, Economical And Social Fountain Of A Nation. The Spiritual, Cultural And Educational Qualities Are Based On And Depend On The Positiveness Of This Nation’s Government, As Well As The Governments Of Existing Indigenous Nations. Those Said Nation Being “Indigenous Peoples”, And The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, Governing Also The Individuals Of That Nation, That Said Nations Being The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors. 

Front Cover Of U.N.N.M. Constitution

Supreme Grand Master/The Maku

(President and Chief)

Nayya: Asaru Ankh Amun-EL

Back Cover Of U.N.N.M. Constitution

The full text of all 19 Statutes can be found by clicking the subsequent underlined links

“We Must Have"

“The U.N.N.M. Has The Inalienable Right... "

“The Common Defense"

  • Statute 16

    • Common Defense. 

      • Section 1

      • Section 2

“Our U.N.N.M. Flag"

  • Statute 17

    • Prevention Of Desecration Left To States. 

      • Section 1

      • Section 2

      • Section 3

      • Section 4

      • Section 5

      • Section 6

    • Prohibition Of Abuse Of Foreign Flags. 

      • Section 7

      • Section 8

    • Use Of Flag On Stationery, In Books, Etc. 

      • Section 9

    • The Pledge Of The Flag Of The U.N.N.M. 

      • Section 10

“The Governing Body"

  • Statute 18

    • Our Governing Body Of 19 Officials, 13 Clan Mothers, Two Ambassadors Of Each State, One Supreme Grand Master And One Supreme Grand Matron.

      • Section 1

    • The Duly Elected 19 Officials. 

      • Section 2

    • The Ambassadors. Choosing Ambassadors. 

      • Section 3

    • The Power To Disfellowship. 

      • Section 4

      • Section 5

      • Section 6

    • Power To Try And Judge Those Impeached (Disfellowship). 

      • Section 7

      • Section 8

    • When Ambassadors Shall Meet. 

      • Section 9

    • How Ambassadors Shall Conduct Business. 

      • Section 10

    • Restrictions On Holding Other Offices And Joining Other Nations. 

      • Section 11

    • Proposals By The Governing Body Go To The Maku, The Supreme Grand Master For Approval. 

      • Section 12

“The Maku/ Supreme Grand Master And The Governing Body"

  • Statute 19

    • The Executive Power 

      • Section 1

    • The Governing Body (The Grand Master): Choosing The Grand Master And Grand Matron And The Qualifications For Becoming Grand Master Or Grand Matron. 

      • Section 2

    • Power To Try And Judge Grand Master And Matron. 

      • Section 3

    • The Oath Of A Grand Master Or Grand Matron. 

      • Section 4

      • Section 5

    • The Grand Master And Grand Matron Shall Have The Power To Nominate Officials. 

      • Section 6

    • Relation Between The States. ​Each State Shall Uphold Each Others’ Laws.

      • Section 7

      • Section 8

    • Conditions Of Admitting New States To The Nation. 

      • Section 9

    • Provisions For Changing The Constitution. 

      • Section 10

    • Other Inalienable Rights Of Citizens: Affirms That Citizens Are Entitled To Other Inalienable Rights Not Listed In The Constitution.

      • Section 11

    • Misrepresenting The Maku, The Supreme Grand Master. 

      • Section 12

    • The Women's Suffrage. 

      • Section 13