Act 0: Preamble
Submitted to the People of the United States of America:
General Procedures for the Reliable Reordering of the United States Charter System.
Article 000: Greeting
From the legends in American culture it is carelessly forgiven that the United States Constitution is not perfect, which is what was foretold by the anecdote attributed to George Washington upon commencement of the Third Continental Congress to deliberate the Constitution.
Let us raise a standard to which the wise and the honest can repair; the event is in the hand of God.
- George Washington, Philadelphia, 1787
This Greeting Article is Divided into Six Introductory Sections, which are Subsequently Divided into Six Sections of Details:
The United States Constitution, and subsequent state and municipal charters, are all flawed, because even the best and noblest of statesmen did not have all of the information concerning government organization, nor the textual notation formatting technology, necessary for ordering more reliable charters. Although the subsisting charter system has adequately served the start-up of the Republic it is inadequate for the tremendously more diverse and integrated, and relatively, more sophisticated population that the society has evolved to.
- § 000.11: Constitutional Dogma
- § 000.12: Problems with the Three-part Model
- § 000.13: Problems in Civics
- § 000.14: Problems in Electoral System
- § 000.15: Problems in Public Trust
- § 000.16: Problems in Documentation
Any change is resisted because bureaucrats have a vested interest in the chaos in which they exist.
- Richard M. Nixon
The SLCS.US4CC format essentially suggests a six-part subdivision of the three-part government in accordance with the main partitions of civil law, which preliminary deliberation has determined to be: sovereignty, martial, diplomacy, commerce, trust, and property law. These six subdivisions align to provide a more comprehensible, efficient, and effective government. The task of the convention series will be to affirm the suggested format and complete the subsequent aligned hierarchy of the courts, executive security departments and agencies, and legislative oversight committees - assigning mission directives and appointment/election plans.
- § 000.21: Document Formatting
- § 000.22: Six-part Government Model
- § 000.23: Civics Reform
- § 000.24: Electoral Reform
- § 000.25: Public Trust Reform
- § 000.26: Commencement of Conventions
Any municipality may organize a municipal charter convention, validate a charter for popular referendum, and upon adoption, campaign its format for its sibling municipalities and parent state. It would be an assault on free-speech democracy and social liberty to forbid the campaign toward a more just organization of the government.
- § 000.31: Request for Judiciary, Delegates, and Security
- § 000.32: Convention Schedule
- § 000.33: Convention Procedure
- § 000.34: Charter Validation
- § 000.35: Charter Ratification
- § 000.36: Charter Adoption
The convening of delegates from multiple municipalities, or the state legislature, may validate a constitution for popular referendum, and upon adoption, charge the municipalities to reorder their charters in accordance with the format. In any situation, the governor, mayors, federal senators and representatives, state and municipal officers, will not be subject to anything other than an orderly reappointment or decommission procedure following the adoption of the new state constitution and constituent municipal charters.
- § 000.41: Request for Judiciary, Delegates, and Security
- § 000.42: Convention Schedule
- § 000.43: Convention Procedure
- § 000.44: Charter Validation
- § 000.45: Charter Ratification
- § 000.46: Charter Adoption
The preliminary national step is the gathering of delegates from different states to validate a charter format and campaign it for adoption by the remaining states. Such gatherings can be accompanied by fanfare in a manner consistent with an American legend of such a similar gathering. The situation should compel the formation of the United States Fourth Continental Congress upon the gathering of delegates from at least thirteen formatted states as set by the precedent of the 1787 Philadelphia Convention; necessary for securing the “United States” designation.
- § 000.51: Request for Judiciary, Delegates, and Security
- § 000.52: Convention Schedule
- § 000.53: Convention Procedure
- § 000.54: Charter Validation
- § 000.55: Charter Ratification
- § 000.56: Charter Adoption
Relatively few spectators will be permitted to attend the litigation sessions. All civil protests, and contests, must be registered with the municipal police services identifying all necessary aspects of the civil assembly or artistic demonstration.
- § 000.61: Honorary Invitations
- § 000.62: Commercial Reporter Access
- § 000.63: Public Access
- § 000.64: Persistence of Security Missions
- § 000.65: Prosecution of Interference
- § 000.66: Documentation