Constitution of the Free Sovereign European State

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This first Constitution has been adopted by the founders. It applies to the entire territory of the Free Sovereign European State (FSES).



Conscious of their responsibility before God and all His creation, and with the firm will to give strength and effect to His laws and principles once again on European soil, the citizens of the FSES, as a legislative body, have given themselves the following Constitution:


I. Rights of Creation

Article 1

Creation is inviolable as the basis of our life. It is everyone’s task to preserve creation, this applies to humans, animals, plants, our planet, and the entire universe.


Human rights

Article 2 – Human Dignity

The basis of FSES society is the accepting human family. The dignity of the human being is to be respected and protected.

Human life and health are inviolable. It is the duty of all people and state bodies to respect and protect them.

The FSES protects the freedom and rights of its citizens and preserves the independence and security of the territory. It promotes the common welfare, sustainable development, internal cohesion and cultural diversity of the citizens united in the FSES. It shall ensure the greatest possible equality of opportunity among its citizens.

It is committed to the permanent preservation of the natural foundations of life and a peaceful and just international order.

Article 3 – Principle of equality

Since all people are equal before God, they all have equal rights and duties. All people are equal before the law.

No one may be discriminated against, namely on the grounds of origin, race, gender, age, language, social status, way of life, religious, ideological, or political convictions, or on the grounds of a physical, mental or psychological disability.

The law ensures the legal and actual equality of all people, especially in family, education, and work. Everyone is entitled to equal pay for work of equal value.

Article 4 – Right to life and personal liberty

Every human being has the right to life. The death penalty is unacceptable.

Everyone has the opportunity to develop and unfold freely within the framework of the law, as long as they do not restrict the freedom of another person.

In particular, every human being has the right to physical, mental, and spiritual integrity and the sole right to determine these. Measures aimed at restricting or violating these rights are not accepted.

Torture and any other form of cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment are prohibited.

Article 5 – Freedom of belief, freedom of identity

Every person is free to choose his or her religion or belief and to profess it alone or in community with others.

Everyone has the right to join or belong to a religious community voluntarily and to follow religious instructions. Likewise, he has the right to leave a religious community of his own free will.

The FSES guarantees the unrestricted, peaceful exercise of the respective culture, identity, and language of its citizens.

Article 6 – Freedom of expression and media

Everyone has the right to form and express his or her opinion freely and to choose freely the means of expressing it. Criticism of persons of public interest is permitted. Insults and discrimination are punishable. Respect for others is a duty.

Everyone has the right to receive information freely and to obtain and disseminate it from generally accessible sources.

The freedom of the press, radio, and television as well as other forms of public dissemination of performances and information utilizing telecommunications is guaranteed. Editorial secrecy is guaranteed.

Media institutions are independent and only bound by the law. There is no censorship.

Article 7 – Marriage, family and children

Marriage and family are under the special protection of the FSES, regardless of whether it is a marriage between a man and a woman, a same-sex marriage, or a marriage between more than two persons.

All children and young people have the right to grow up free, protected, and following their age. They are entitled to special protection of their integrity and the promotion of their development. They all have the same rights and exercise them within their capacity of judgment.

Education is primarily the responsibility of the parents. Corporal punishment and abuse are prohibited.

The FSES promotes the establishment and operation of multi-generation houses, where family members of different generations live under one roof to learn from each other.

Article 8 – Protection of privacy

Everyone has the right to respect his or her private and family life, his or her home and his or her correspondence, mail, telecommunications and data traffic. Restrictions are only possible by a judicial order of at least two judges.

Everyone is entitled to protection from misuse of their personal data.

Article 9 – Freedom of education and schooling

Freedom of education is guaranteed.

Schooling that meets and promotes the individual child’s gifts and achievements can exist in a school setting or a private setting, e.g. in the form of qualified homeschooling.

Article 10 – Artistic and Scientific Freedom

The freedom of art and scientific teaching and research is guaranteed. Genetic engineering on humans, animals and plants is prohibited.

Article 11 – Economic freedom

Economic freedom is guaranteed. It includes, in particular, the free choice of profession as well as free access to and free exercise of private gainful employment.

Article 12 – Guarantee of ownership

Ownership is guaranteed.

Ownership obliges. At the same time, its use should serve the well-being of creation.

Expropriations and restrictions on property that are tantamount to expropriation can only be carried out in exceptional cases and justified by law; they are fully compensated.

Cash as an essential means of payment is guaranteed.

Article 13 – Freedom of assembly

Freedom of assembly is guaranteed. Everyone has the right to organise assemblies, to participate in assemblies or to refrain from assemblies.

Article 14 – Freedom of Association

Freedom of association is guaranteed.

Everyone has the right to form, join or belong to associations and to participate in the activities of associations.

No one may be forced to join or belong to an association.


Animal rights

Article 15 – Right to life

Animals have a right to life. Animal experiments are prohibited unless they are used for research and treatments of diseases and serve to alleviate animal suffering.

Article 16 – Right to health

Animals have a right to health and physical integrity.

Article 17 – Keeping of animals

Factory farming is banned.

Farm animal husbandry is permitted. The framework conditions of this husbandry are oriented towards the well-being of the animals and the possibility to follow their natural behaviour and needs.

Herd animals must always be kept at least in pairs.

They have the right to be kept free from hunger and thirst, from postural pain, injury and disease, free from fear and stress.


Rights of Nature

Article 18 – Independent rights

Nature in its entirety (soil, forest, water, air) has the right to exist, to be preserved, and to regenerate its life cycles, structure, function and evolutionary processes.

It also has a right to full restoration where the aforementioned rights have been violated.

Article 19 – Compliance with and enforcement of these rights

Every human being is allowed to use nature within the framework of the law. He serves nature, not the other way around. Particularly the management and care in connection with hunting is indispensable. Timber management is subject to legal control.

Any person, community, people, or nationality can call upon the public authority to implement the rights of nature.


II. The relationship between FSES and citizens

Article 20 – Services of general interest

Complementing personal responsibility and private initiative, the FSES ensures that:

  1. every citizen participates in social security;
  2. every citizen receives the care necessary for his or her health;
  3. families are protected and promoted as communities of adults and children;
  4. persons capable of gainful employment must earn their living by working under reasonable conditions;
  5. housing seekers can find adequate housing for themselves and their families on affordable terms;
  6. children and young people, as well as citizens of working age, can educate, train and further educate themselves according to their abilities;
  7. children and young people are encouraged in their development into independent and responsible persons and supported in their social, cultural and personal identity.

The FSES ensures that every citizen is covered against the economic consequences of old age, disability, illness, accident, unemployment, maternity, orphanhood and widowhood.

Complementing personal responsibility and private initiative, the FSES ensures that:

    1. every citizen has access to free drinking water, electricity and energy supply;
    2. every citizen has access to the facilities that are important to them, including health and education facilities;
    3. Every citizen receives an adequate basic income for the costs of daily living. The principle of equality applies.

Article 21 – Medical care

The basis of medical care is orthodox medicine, and alternative and energetic treatment methods, which work hand in hand for the benefit of the patient. The FSES ensures that every citizen can choose or combine the form of diagnosis and therapy that is necessary for him or her.

Article 22 – Right to assistance in emergencies

Those who find themselves in need and unable to fend for themselves are additionally entitled to assistance and care and to the resources that are essential for a dignified existence.

Article 23 – Good faith

Every citizen has the right to be treated by state bodies without arbitrariness and in good faith. Every citizen has the right to complain against alleged injustice.

Article 24 – Subsidiarity

The FSES may only take over tasks that the family is not able to do. Corporations of a local nature are in principle subject to the state and its organs.

Article 25 – Social interaction

Every citizen takes responsibility for himself and contributes to the accomplishment of the tasks in the state and society to the best of his ability.

No person shall cover his or her face in public places and in places which are open to the public or where services are offered which are generally available to the public; this prohibition shall not apply to religious places.

No one may force a citizen to cover his or her face based on gender.

Social interaction is characterised by mutual consideration, respect and regard for one’s own life, the lives of other people, all other beings and nature.

Article 26 – Guarantee of legal recourse

Every citizen has the right to equal and fair treatment and to be judged within a reasonable time in proceedings before judicial and administrative bodies.

Every citizen has the right to be heard.

Every citizen shall be entitled to free legal assistance and free legal aid if his or her legal claim does not appear to be futile.

Every citizen has the right to be judged by a court in legal disputes.

Every citizen whose case must be judged in a judicial proceeding is entitled to a competent, independent and impartial court established by law or referendum.

Court hearings and sentencing are public. Laws may provide for exceptions.

Article 27 – Acquisition of citizenship

Any person may become a citizen of the FSES and apply for citizenship.

Any person who is a landowner may make his land available to the state as national territory. The regulations and laws of the FSES then apply. The state renounces all rights to the property, i.e. it cannot rent, sell or encumber it.

Article 28 – Freedom of establishment

All citizens of the FSES have the right to settle anywhere in the territory of the FSES.

They have the right to leave or enter the territory of the FSES.

III. The Head of State – The Spiritual Leader

The Head of State is elected by the 12 delegates.

If they cannot agree, the Head of State is determined by popular vote.

The head of state has the right to veto votes. In the event of a six to six vote, he decides according to his conscience as the seventh vote. The head of state represents the state both internally and externally.

IV. The government – The supreme council

The supreme council consists of twelve delegates of the people.

They are selected at random for a five-year term and must be at least twenty-one years of age. They can be voted out of office by popular vote if one-third of the people so request. Each delegate represents one of twelve competencies on behalf of the people. Each delegate is given a specialised department of up to ten specialists in his or her direction.

These areas are:

Finance, Culture, Health, Justice, Nature Conservation, Animal Welfare, Human Rights, Agriculture, Economy, Science, Child Protection, Internal Security and External Security.

V. The Chamber of Nations (representatives of the individual countries within the FSES)

The Chamber of Nations is a chamber that advises the government and is made up of one representative from each nation represented in the FSES.

The deputy is elected by popular vote. They can be voted out of office by referendum.

VI. Laws and referendums

The people shall decide by vote whether bills are to be adopted. Every adult citizen is entitled and obliged to take part in a vote.


VII. Execution of laws and referendums

The implementation of laws is subject to the police. This is supplemented by control and complaints bodies. The police must ensure compliance with the law. The use of force is permitted in justified cases, but is subject to the supervisory body.


VIII. The judiciary

The composition of the judiciary consists of the municipal court, district court, regional court, higher regional court, state court and court of appeal.

All judges are elected by the respective district. They are assisted by sworn experts.

The head of state has the right to grant pardons.

IX. The financial system

Taxes are not levied on citizens.

Taxes are levied on companies and non-profit organisations if a certain profit is exceeded.

X. Defence of the FSES – Supranational organisations

The FSES has its own army consisting of professional soldiers, women and men.

This army may not become dependent on other armies (alliances) unless they serve to maintain peace. Deployments in other countries outside the FSES are not permitted.

XI. Transitional and final provisions

The Constitution shall enter into force on 20 May 2023.

Amendments to the original constitution may only be made by referendum with a majority of at least 60%.

The official languages are German/English.

Free Sovereign European State

Self-sufficient living together and being there for each other. In peace, with mutual respect, dignity and consideration – for our own lives, for the lives of other people and all beings, and for nature.


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