§ 000.6: Transition Security
§ 000.61: Honorary Invitations
United States Medal of Honor recipients, Nobel Laureates, and foreign leaders of state, will be welcome to attend the conventions upon compliance with convention security.
§ 000.62: Commercial Reporter Access
Commercial reporters will be permitted gallery accommodations regulated by the convention leader, established building ordinances, and convention security.
§ 000.63: Public Access
Public attendance will be regulated by the convention leader, delegate sponsorship, established building ordinances, and convention security – 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. Marching routes will be scheduled by the permits issued from the police to accommodate emergency and motorcade routes.
§ 000.64: Security Missions
All federal, state, and municipal security agencies are responsible for the continuation of their missions to protect the United States from foreign invasion and domestic disorderliness during the reconstitution process. Officers are to be confident that the obvious intentions of the security missions will not be altered by the terminology of any new charter, and any alterations will not be effective until the scheduled adoption and recommission of the security agency. All federal, state, and municipal appointments are responsible for their watches until properly relieved by the appointment process described in the succeeding charters. Prosecution of criminal law retains responsibility to protect the citizens during the transition. The Courts and Code will not incur any adverse disruption of service during the transition, because new charters are initiated to correct the inadequacies of the electoral, legislative, and bureaucracy systems (statutory law), and not the regulatory, criminal, and common laws that are "already on the books."
§ 000.65: Prosecution of Interference
All evidence of interference, including vandalism of documents necessary for the secure transition of the government, will be investigated and prosecuted as appropriate with subsisting state and federal law. All officials, past and present, contemplating their liability for their acts during the former administrations are advised to seek legal counsel. Contempt for the reconstitution process by any government official will be considered suspicious, and will be investigated for possible culpability of acts against the United States. Unlike the former government, prosecution of law will be correctly diversified from factional governing, and will be able to process the workload unencumbered by any personal prejudice, political bias, or ethnic discrimination - the succeeding government will prosecute any and all crimes committed against the orderly progression of the United States’ approach to Justice.
§ 000.66: Documentation
All records of petitioned and validated charters are to be properly archived by the states until secured by the succeeding federal government.