§ 000.3: Municipal Conventions
Any municipality may organize a municipal charter convention, validate a charter for popular referendum, and upon adoption, campaign its format for other municipalities and 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.
Most likely, any one person, or organization, will be allowed to submit a maximum of two charter petitions within a scheduled deadline set by the state courts, or possibly, the municipal legislature. Any individual member of any number of organization(s), submitting charter petition, may submit one personal charter petition.
The preliminary court procedure will be the formation of a sovereignty jury to review charter petitions to determine their practicality to organize a competent three-court convention, and then commence the processing of the valid charter candidate.
An SLCS.US4CC municipal charter convention will commence in a state court of jurors with complimentary expertise in fields of knowledge not to exclude jurisprudence, dialectics, civil rights, economic systems, corporate structures, and communication methods; and determined to advance a charter candidate to its just serviceability.
A state court will be alternate to the convention sovereignty court and will be responsible for enacting the convention rules and ordering any necessary legislation prompts for the surrogate courts of the convention. The sovereignty court will probably have characteristics similar to that of a corporate board of directors.
All organizations will probably be welcome to sponsor at least one delegate, and all attorneys will be welcome to submit applications for civil notary assignments.
The charter convention will advance from the single sovereignty court by the schedule of a three court convention of the sovereignty, martial, and civil courts, to review and advance the charter under specific constraints issued by the state/sovereignty court. The convention will issue a report on the process and possible recommendations for further convention trials for the details of the remaining three possible courts and anticipated adoption schedule.
The standard and large municipal charter conventions will ultimately have six courts deliberating the seven acts of convention and subsequent seven partitions of civil law.
The largest municipalities will require the approximate delegate billets for charter conventions:
• 1 convention leader
• 6 court supervisors
• 258 jurors – 36 per court
• unlimited number of litigation attorneys
• 258 notary attorneys
• highest level of security
It is recommended that smaller municipalities consider cooperating with other municipalities, in organizing conventions, in an effort to gather the judicial experts (delegates) necessary for the competent review of law, so as, to advance their anticipated charters more efficiently. Subsequently, such activity is inherently the commencement of the state convention series; as such, they are aligning a charter format, which subsequently, progresses their advantage in the state and federal contests for advancing a reliable format. Chances are the first group of municipalities to generate a format will accomplish the task for the state and the entire nation.