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The National Charter

My Service I.I. ('O` Mu'ah Ri'ah)[ , Nib Ta`away Kimata No, being chosen to ascend the Nisat of Kimat as the InsiIbya by my father Amun Ra' So Inthair, in order to preserve life, promote prosperity, and restore health to our Nation by the resurrection of our traditions, the reclamation of our heritage and the acquisition of freedom and justice, do I establish this National Charter for the Damjey Ta`away Kimata.


Charter of Freedom

We the Romathi people, having determined ourselves to constitute a people and a nation separate from that which our ancestors were forcibly deported to and enslaved in, do hereby declare ourselves as such a free and sovereign people and nation. We declare ourselves a state as other states in this world with the right, authority, and power to determine our existence. We declare that we are free from any binds, ties, or obligations which residing in the nation in which our ancestors were enslaved may have developed. We declare that we have the right to leave said nation as we desire and that we have the right to live free of harassment, interference, or coercion by said nation, its agents, and informants in our national matters for the duration of our coexistence. We declare that as a nation, we have the right to live, secure, and prosper independent of all foreign influence be it political, social, religious, economic, or martial, and we declare our right to resist said influence by any means necessary.


Charter of Rights

We the Romathi people declare ourselves a nation to have certain rights which are irrevocable. these rights include but are not limited to:


 1. The right to be in accordance with the law.
 2. The right to be protected and punished by the law.
 3. The right to a fair trial.
 4. The right to critique, organize, and petition.
 5. The right to assistance and aid.
 6. The right to indemnity and compensation.
 7. The right to training and education.
 8. The right to employment.
 9. The right to protection and safety.
10. The right to engage in all national and social institutions.

We further declare that:


 1. The people are the source of all power and authority.
 2. The rights of the nation are superior to those of the individual.
 3. The will of the God as expressed in the Xonah is the supreme law.
 4. The officers and citizens of the state are under the law, not above it.
 5. The officers are instruments for executing the people's will, not their own.
 6. The family is recognized as the primary social unit.
 7. The land is recognized as national property.
 8. The monies rendered to the state and its officers belong to the nation.
 9. The fines for trespass against an individual or group go to that individual or group.
10. The nation is the only party all decisions being made in council.
11. The way of the ancestors being our way of life and religion is reflected and represented in all institutions.
12. The tradition received from our ancestors be always venerated, respected, and honored.


Charter of Government

We the Romathi people declare that as a nation, we have the right to create, operate, and maintain all institutions that we deem necessary, beneficial, or viable to the existence, operation, and prosperity of our state including but not limited to:


 1. The Public Department.
 2. The Justice Department.
 3. The Finance Department.
 4. The Resource Department.
 5. The Utility Department.
 6. The Education Department.
 7. The Health Department.

 1. The Public Department is delegated the responsibility of determining the will of the people. As such, it is the only elected department. It is further delegated the authority of creating and regulating legislation as determined in its Council.

 2. The Justice Department is delegated the responsibility of protecting the people from all threats to their safety and well being, of maintaining the territorial integrity of the state and of upholding and enforcing the rule of law and divine order.

 3. The Finance Department is delegated the responsibility of regulating all financial instruments, and institutions, currency, commerce, trade, and the revenue and expenditure of all governmental agencies.

 4. The Resource Department is delegated the responsibility of regulating all natural and human resources including but not limited to: agricultural, mineral, hydrological, energy, and labor.

 5. The Utility Department is delegated the responsibility of providing the people with all life services and regulating all utility institutions and programs including but not limited to: social welfare, housing, water, food, and energy.

 6. The Education Department is delegated the responsibility of providing education and training to the people suitable to the progress of the nation and regulating all standards of educational institutions and programs.

 7. The Health Department is delegated the responsibility of providing the people with appropriate health services and regulating all health institutions and programs.

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