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Constitution

of the
Republic of Central South East Asia

Today is the 27th day of the 6th month of the year Buddhist Era 2559. We the
people of the Republic of Central South East Asia, in order to form a Republic in
which promotes the general welfare, liberty, sovereignty and safety of the people.

General Provisions
Article 1 Republic of Central South East Asia is one and indivisible Republic.
Article 2 Republic of Central South East Asia is a Constitutional Republic with
a democratic rule.
Article 3 Human dignity, rights, and liberties are protected under the
constitution. Every citizen shall be equally protected under this constitution.
Article 4 The constitution is the supreme law of the Republic. Any law that
contradicts the constitution shall be nullified.

Rights, Liberties, and Duties of the Citizens


Article 5 The citizens of the Republic have the rights and liberties to:
a) Life
b) Property
c) Movement
d) Assembly
e) Petition
f) Speech
g) Religion
h) Associate
Article 6 The citizens of the Republic have the duties to:
a) Abide the law
b) Exercise his or her right to vote in an election or a referendum.
President
Article 5 The President of the Republic is the head of state and the head of
governments.
Article 6 The power of the legislative, executive and judicial government is
vested in the office of the President of the Republic.
Article 7 The President of the Republic is the commander in chief.
Article 8 The President of the Republic shall be elected by the majority of the
popular vote of the electorate. If the majority cannot be obtained in the first round
of the election, there shall be another election where the first and second place
shall be on the ballot 20 days after the first election.
Article 9 The office of the President shall be exhausted every four years
Article 10 The President has the power to propose any laws or amendments to a
referendum.

The Cabinet
Article 12 The Cabinet is the administrative organisation of the executive power.
Article 13 The President of the Republic appoints one of the members of
Parliament to be the Prime minister after a general election.
Article 14 The President of the Republic along with the Prime minister appoints
members of the cabinet.
Article 15 The Prime minister is the official advisor to the President of the
Republic and holds the power to issue executive orders with the consent of the
President of the Republic.
Article 16 The Cabinet is composed of not more than 40 Ministers excluding the
Prime minister.

The Parliament
Article 17 The Parliament is the administrative organisation of the legislative
power.
Article 13 The Parliament consists of 600 members of parliament. 300 of the
members shall be elected by the plurality of a constituency and the other 300 of the
members shall be elected by the proportional party-list system.
Article 14 The Parliament shall elect one of its members to be the Speaker of the
Parliament.
Article 15 The Parliament shall elect two of its members to be the Deputy
Speaker of the Parliament.
Article 16 The Parliament has the power to propose a bill to the President of the
Republic where the President will approve the bill and sign it into law.
Article 17 The Parliament has the power to propose a vote of no confidence to
the Prime minister.
Article 18 The Parliament has the power to propose a vote of no confidence to
the Ministers in the Cabinet.
Article 18 The Parliament has the power to impeach the judges of the supreme
court.
Article 19 The term of the Parliament shall be dissolved every four years.
Article 20 The President of the Republic has the power to dissolve the
Parliament.

Supreme Court
Article 21 The Supreme Court consists of 15 judges.
Article 22 The judges shall elect one of their own to be the Chief Justice.
Article 23 The judges shall elect two of their own to be the Deputy Chief
Justices.
Article 24 The judges shall be appointed by the President of the Republic for
their lifetime.
Article 25 The Supreme court shall have appellate jurisdiction.
Article 26 Any laws that contradict article 4 of this constitution can be sue by
any citizens of the republic to be ratified.

Amending the Constitution


Article 27 The Parliament shall have the authority to amend any section of this
constitution with the approval of a two-thirds majority of the members of the
Parliament.

Article 28 The Parliament shall have the authority to abolish this constitution
with a new draft of the constitution with the approval of a two-thirds majority of
the members of the Parliament.

Enacted By
Asada Prashyanusorn
President of the Republic