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U.N.N.M. Constitution

U.N.N.M. Constitution

STATUTE 18

Statute 18 Explains All Legislative Powers Herein Granted Shall Be Vested In Our Governing Body Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors.

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

 

 

 

Section 1     

There Exists A Governing Body Over The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, And Any Further Amendments To This Work As Needed By It’s People Will Be Done By This Body Only, And Agreed Upon By The Members Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, in Keeping With Our Traditions, We Have Re-Established Ourselves As The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors. 

 

  • The Duly Elected 19 Officials. 

Section 2     

All Legislative Powers Herein Granted Shall Be Vested In Our Governing Body Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, Which Shall Consist Of 19 Officials, 9 To 13 Clan Mothers, 2 Ambassadors Of Each State, 1 Supreme Grand Master And 1 Supreme Grand Matron. 

 

The U.N.N.M. Have Recognized Officials With A Democratic Form Of Government. The Seats Of The Supreme Grand Master, The Vice President, And The Attorney General, And All 16 Secretarial Seats Of The U.N.N.M. Government Has Been And/Or Will Be Filled On The Date Of Constituting A Sovereign Nation With All Presidential Elected Official Seats, Which Are Elected By The Maku (The Supreme Grand Master) Only. 

 

  • The Ambassadors. Choosing Ambassadors.    

Section 3     

No Person Shall Be An Ambassador Who Is Under Eighteen Years Of Age. An Ambassador Has To Be A Citizen Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors For At Least One Year. And Speak The Language Of The People She/He Is To Govern.  

  • The Power To Disfellowship. 

Section 4     

If Any Member Of The Governing Body Is In Violation Of The Laws Set And Agreed Upon By That Governing Body, They Will Be Disfellowshipped. The Governing Body Can Reinstate A Board Member Depending On The Circumstances Involved And By Unanimous Vote.  

Section 5     

When Vacancies Happen In The Representation From Any State, Meaning An Ambassador Is Disfellowshipped, Those Vacancies Shall Be Filled Immediately By Way Of Election Of The Governing Body. 

Section 6     

The Ambassadors Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors Shall Be Composed Of Two Ambassadors From Each State, One Male And One Female Having Equal Representation Chosen By The Governing Body. 

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

Section 7    

The Supreme Grand Master Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors Shall Be The Supreme Grand Master Of The Ambassadors. The Ambassadors Shall Have The Power To Try All Impeachment’s, Yet All Final Decisions Are Made By The Supreme Grand Master.

 

When Sitting For That Purpose, They Shall Be Under Oath Or Affirmation. Judgment In Cases Of Impeachment Shall Not Extend Further Than Removal From Office, Disqualification To Hold And Enjoy Any Office Of Honor, Trust Or Profit Under The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors And The Disqualification As A Member Of The U.N.N.M. Shall Be In Effect. Thus, Their Passport Shall Be Revoked. 

Section 8   

The Times, Places And Manner Of Holding Elections For Ambassadors And Representatives, Shall Be Prescribed In Each State By The Legislature Thereof. 

  • When Ambassadors Shall Meet.  

Section 9  

The Ambassadors Shall Assemble At Least Once In Every Year, And Such Meetings Shall Be On The 19th Day Of The 19th Month According To Our Nuwaubian Calendar, Which Reckons 19 Months, With 19 Days In Each Month, 4 Weeks Consisting Of 5 Days Per Week. The Last Week Of Every Month Consists Of 4 Days. Thus The Meetings Will Be Held On The 19th Day Of The 19th Month, Unless They, The Ambassadors, Shall By Law Appoint A Different Day.

 

Thus The Meetings Will Be Held On The 19th Of Every Month, Unless They, The Ambassadors, Shall By Law Appoint A Different Day. 

  • How Ambassadors Shall Conduct Business.  

Section 10  

Each State Shall Be The Judge Of Each Other And Shall Constitute A Quorum To Do Business And Hold Classes; But A Smaller Number May Adjourn From Day To Day, And May Be Authorized To Compel The Attendance Of Absent Members, In Such Manner, And Under Such Penalties As Each State May Provide. 

 

Each State May Determine The Rules Of Its Proceedings Based On The Laws Of The U.N.N.M. And Shall Keep A Journal Of Its Classes And Any Other Proceedings, And From Time To Time Publish The Same, Excepting Such Parts As May In Their Judgment Require Secrecy; For The Secrets Are Sacred And The Yes’ And No’s Of The Members Of Any State On Any Question, Shall At The Desire Of One Fifth Of Those Present, Be Entered On The Journal.  

  • Restrictions On Holding Other Offices And Joining Other Nations. 

Section 11  

No Person Holding Any Office Under The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors Shall Become A Member Of Any Other Nation During His Or Her Continuance In Office. 

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

Section 12 

Every Proposal, Policy, Program, Project, Or Resolution Which Has Passed Through The States And The Ambassadors, Before It Becomes A Statute, Shall Be Presented To The Supreme Grand Master Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors.

 

Upon The Supreme Grand Master’s Approval, The Proposal Is Then Signed And Becomes Law. If Not, The Supreme Grand Master Shall Return It With His Objections To That State In Which It Shall Have Originated, Who Shall Enter The Objections At Large On Their Journal, At Which Time You May Proceed For Reconsideration.

 

If Any Proposal Shall Not Be Returned By The Supreme Grand Master Within Six To Eight Weeks, You May Call The Secretary Of State To Find Out The Status.