THE PARLIAMENT OF THE UNIVERSAL GYNECOCRATIC REPUBLIC HAS APPROVED AND THE FEMALE GYNECOCRATIC PEOPLE RATIFIED THE FOLLOWING CONSTITUTION:
The Gynecocratic Nation, wishing to establish justice, freedom and security for its women, sisters and ladies, and promote the good of all the women that comprise it, in use of its sovereignty, proclaims its will to:
Guarantee the democratic coexistence of all our women, sisters and ladies within the Constitution and the laws in accordance with a fair economic and social order.
Consolidate a Law System that ensures the rule of law as an expression of the popular will exclusively for women.
Protect all women, sisters and ladies of our country in the exercise of women’s human rights, our cultures and traditions, languages and institutions.
Promote the progress of culture and the economy to ensure all female beings a decent quality of life.
To establish an advanced gynaecocratic society, and collaborate in the strengthening of peaceful relations and effective cooperation among all the matriarchal peoples of the Earth.
By “sister” is understood all the females born and educated in The Universal Gynecocratic Republic or who have arrived as refugees in our country, from patriarchal societies, being girls under ten years of age.
By “woman” is understood all female refugees, that is: born and educated in patriarchal societies but arrived in the Universal Gynecocratic Republic being over ten years of age.
By “lady” is understood all females (whether women or sisters) who have been elected to perform a public function and it is a title “lady” that will define them for the rest of their lives whether or not they continue to exercise public function.
All females from The Universal Gynecocratic Republic, regardless of whether they are women, sisters or ladies, will enjoy the same rights and duties.
Consequently, the Parlament approves and the matriarchal people ratify the following
1. The Universal Gynecocratic Republic (hereinafter “The Republic”) is constituted as a social and democratic State of Law, a presidential republic that advocates as superior values of its legal system the natural superiority of females over males and the guarantee of the plurality of political ideologies among all the sisters, women and ladies.
2. National sovereignty resides in the women and sisters of our country, from whom the powers of the Gynecocratic State emanate.
3. The political form of the Gynecocratic State is the parliamentary Republic.
The Constitution is based on the search for the full happiness and complete development of all our sisters and women, whether they are girls, adolescent girls, young females, mature or elderly females. All females have the right to develop in complete freedom and to enjoy life in harmony with their corresponding rights and duties.
1. English is the official language of the Republic, all women and sisters have the duty to know it and the right to use it.
2. The other languages (French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Catalan, Basque, Polish, Arabic…) will, exceptionally, also be used if circumstances so require.
3. We understand that languages are the vehicle with which to promote and extend our gynecocratic ideals to other nations.
1. The flag of the Republic is made up of three vertical stripes, lilac, white and lilac, the white being twice as wide as each of the lilacs.
2. In addition to the flag, the following are recognized as official symbols of the Republic: the coat of arms, the star of Venus, the Moon, the spider and its web, the apple, the snake, and the bunch of grapes. Any of these seven symbols may be used, together with the flag of the Republic in its public buildings and in its official acts.
The capital of the Republic is the city of Barcelona. Whose geographical coordinates are: 41 ° 22’57 “N, 2 ° 10’37” E, in decimal: 41.3825 °, 2.176944 °. The sisters will promote the creation of political capitals and zones of influence all around the Earth.
Females (sisters or women), and only females, over 16 years of age will be able to present themselves to the free elections that will be held every six years to elect the different positions of power in The Republic. The political options of the candidates will be free as long as they are framed within the law and this Constitution.
The economic and business associations will be integrated solely and exclusively by women and sisters (girls over 16 years of age) and must contribute to the defense and promotion of the economic and social interests of the matriarchy that governs our society. Its creation and the exercise of its activity are free within the respect of this Constitution and the law. Its internal structure and functioning must be democratic.
1. The Armed Forces, made up of the Army, the Navy and the Air Force, have the mission of guaranteeing the sovereignty and independence of The Republic, expanding its influence and power all over the world and defending its sovereignty against possible attacks from patriarchal armies.
2. An organic law will regulate the bases of the military organization in accordance with the principles of this Constitution.
1. Sisters, women, ladies and public authorities are subject to the Constitution and the rest of the legal system.
2. It is up to the public powers to promote the conditions so that the freedom and equality of females and of the groups they belong to are real and effective; remove the obstacles that prevent or hinder their fullness and facilitate the participation of all the sisters and women in political, economic, cultural and social life.
3. The Constitution guarantees the principle of legality, the normative hierarchy, the publicity of the norms and laws, the non-retroactivity of sanctioning provisions that are not favorable or restrictive of individual rights, legal certainty, responsibility and the prohibition of the arbitrariness of public powers.
Of the fundamental rights and dutiese
1. The dignity of females, the inviolable rights that are inherent to them, the free development of the female personality, respect for the law and the rights of other sisters and women are the foundation of political order and social peace.
2. The norms related to the fundamental rights and freedoms that the Constitution recognizes will be interpreted as universal and also applicable to all females in the world regardless of their origin, race, ethnicity, culture or place of origin, especially if they come from backward societies, like patriarchal societies.
1. The nationality of The Republic is acquired, preserved and lost in accordance with the provisions of the law.
2. No sister of origin may be deprived of her nationality.
3. The Republic must grant nationality to all females from patriarchal societies who wish to live among us respecting this Constitution and adopting our customs and our matriarchal lifestyle.
The females of The Republic are of legal age at sixteen.
1. All sisters and women from The Republic shall enjoy the public liberties guaranteed by this constitution in the terms established by treaties and the law.
2. All sisters and women who live in the Republic, whether or not they were born in it, will be holders of the rights recognized in article 22.
Rights and freedoms
1. All females (sisters and women) are equal before the law, without discrimination based on birth, race, opinion or any other personal or social condition or circumstance.
2. All men, absolutely all of them, are considered and treated as objects, commodities, merchandise or goods with which they can be traded, possessed used or abused as we, the females, consider convenient or opportune.
1. The own religion of The Republic is defined in our Sacred History. All girls, women and sisters have the right and the duty to study and read it, regardless of our personal level of commitment to our official religion.
2. The public authorities will take into account the religious beliefs of our matriarchal society and will maintain the corresponding relations of cooperation with our religious organization.
1. Every female (sister or woman) has the right to liberty and security regardless of her personal situation, and regardless of the time or place she is in, day or night.
2. Women are the only owners of our body and our image. Only we decide about our way of dressing and about our life, both private and public.
3. Our justice system will regulate, with laws, social behavior to guarantee peace, security and order in The Republic, as well as the freedom of all the women and sisters who live in it.
1. The right to honour, to personal and family privacy and to one’s own image is guaranteed.
2. The home is inviolable. No entry or registration may be made in it without the consent of the owner or a court decision, except in the case of flagrant crime.
3. The secrecy of communications is guaranteed and, in particular, of postal, telegraphic, internet and telephone communications, except by judicial resolution.
4. The law will limit the use of information and computer technology to guarantee the honor and personal and family privacy of the sisters, and women, and the full exercise of their rights.
We, women and sisters, have the right to freely choose our residence and to move around the national territory of The Republic.
Likewise, we have the right to enter and leave The Republic freely in the terms established by law.
1. These rights are recognized and protected:
a) To freely express and disseminate thoughts, ideas and opinions by word, writing or any other means of reproduction.
b) To literary, artistic, scientific and technical production and creation.
c) To academic freedom.
d) To freely communicate or receive truthful information by any means of dissemination. The law will regulate the right to the clause of conscience and professional secrecy in the exercise of these freedoms.
2. The exercise of these rights cannot be restricted by any type of prior censorship.
3. The law will regulate the organization and parliamentary control of the social communication media dependent on The Republic and will guarantee access to these media for significant social and political groups, respecting the pluralism of the matriarchal society.
4. These freedoms have their limit in the respect for the rights recognized in this Constitution, in the precepts of the laws that develop it and, especially, in the right to honor, privacy, one’s own image and the protection of youth and of childhood.
5. The kidnapping of publications, recordings and other means of information may only be ordered by virtue of a judicial resolution.
1. The right to peaceful and unarmed assembly is recognized. The exercise of this right will not require prior authorization.
2. In the cases of meetings in places of public transit and demonstrations, prior notification will be given to the authority, which may only prohibit them when there are well-founded reasons of alteration of public order, with danger to persons or property.
1. The right of association is recognized.
2. Associations that pursue ideas or use means typified as a crime are illegal.
3. The associations constituted under this article must be registered in a register for the sole purpose of publicity.
4. Associations may only be dissolved or suspended in their activities by virtue of a reasoned judicial resolution.
1. All females (women and sisters) have the right to participate in public affairs, directly or through representatives, freely chosen in periodic elections by universal suffrage.
2. Likewise, females (women and sisters) have the right to equal access to public functions and positions, with the requirements indicated by law.
1. All females (women and sisters) have the right to obtain the effective protection of our sister judges and courts in the exercise of our rights and legitimate interests, without, in any case, being defenseless.
2. Likewise, we all females have the right to the ordinary judge predetermined by law, to defense and to the assistance of a lawyer, to be informed of the accusation made against us, to a public trial without undue delay and with all the guarantees, to use the evidence relevant to our defense, not to testify against ourselves, not to confess guilt and the presumption of innocence.
The law will regulate the cases in which, due to kinship or professional secrecy, there will be no obligation to testify about allegedly criminal acts.
1. All females (sisters and women) have the right to education. Freedom of teaching is recognized.
2. Education shall aim at the full development of the female human personality in respect of the democratic principles of coexistence and fundamental rights and freedoms.
3. The public authorities guarantee the right of mothers so that their daughters receive religious and moral education in accordance with their own convictions.
4. Basic education is compulsory and free for girls and young women.
5. The public powers guarantee the right of all the sisters to education, through a general programming of education, with the effective participation of all the affected sectors and the creation of educational centers.
6. Individuals (females) and legal entities (entities) are recognized the freedom to create educational centers, while respecting constitutional principles.
7. The teaching sisters, the mothers and, where appropriate, the girls students will intervene in the control and management of all the centers supported by the Administration with public funds, in the terms established by law.
8. The public powers will inspect and standardize the educational system to guarantee compliance with the laws.
9. The public authorities will help educational centers that meet the requirements established by law.
10. The autonomy of the Universities is recognized, in the terms established by law.
Section 2. About the rights and duties of women and sisters.
1. Women and sisters have the right and the duty to defend The Republic.
2. The law will establish the military obligations of the women and sisters and will regulate, with due guarantees, the causes of exemption from compulsory military service, being able to impose, where appropriate, a substitute social service.
3. A civil service may be established for the fulfillment of purposes of general interest.
4. The duties of the sisters and women in cases of grave risk, catastrophe or public calamity may be regulated by law.
1. All the sisters will contribute to the maintenance of public expenses according to their economic capacity through a fair tax system inspired by the principles of equality and progressiveness that, in no case, will have a confiscatory scope. This contribution may be made in cash or through real estate, merchandise or property (men included).
2. Public spending will carry out an equitable allocation of public resources, and its programming and execution will respond to the criteria of efficiency and economy.
3. Personal or patrimonial benefits of a public nature may only be established in accordance with the law.
1. We females (sisters and women) have the right to marry each other with full legal equality. These marriages may be formed by two or more spouses.
2. The law will regulate the forms of marriage, the age and capacity to contract it, the rights and duties of the married sisters and women, the causes of separation and dissolution and its effects.
1. The right to private property is recognized but not inheritance. Upon death, all material assets of the sister and women will become the property of The Republic to guarantee the economic well-being of all females and maintain social balance.
2. The social function of these rights will define their content, in accordance with the laws.
3. No female (sister or woman) may be deprived of her assets and rights except for a justified cause of public utility or social interest, through the corresponding compensation and in accordance with the provisions of the law.
1. The foundation right is recognized for purposes of general interest, in accordance with the law.
2. The provisions of sections 2 and 4 of article 21 shall also apply to foundations.
1. We, sisters and women, have the duty to work and the right to work, to free choice of profession or trade, to promotion through work and to sufficient remuneration to meet your needs and those of your family. In addition, we will also have the right to make work and enslave, in the way that we consider appropriate, to the men who are our property or are under our guardianship.
2. The law will regulate a statute of the working sisters and women.
The law will regulate the peculiarities of the legal system of Professional Associations and the exercise of qualified professions. The internal structure and functioning of the Colleges must be democratic.
The freedom of enterprise is recognized within the framework of the female social welfare economy. The public powers guarantee and protect their exercise and the defense of productivity, in accordance with the demands of the economy of the Republic and, where appropriate, of planning.
About the guiding principles of social and economic policy
1. The public powers ensure the social, economic and legal protection of the matriarchal family.
2. The public authorities also ensure the comprehensive protection of daughters, who are equal before the law regardless of their affiliation, and of mothers, whatever their marital status.
3. Girls will enjoy the protection provided for in international agreements that ensure their rights.
1. The public powers will promote favorable conditions for social and economic progress and for a more equitable distribution of regional and personal income, within the framework of a policy of economic stability. In a special way, they will carry out a policy aimed at full employment.
2. Likewise, the public powers will promote a policy that guarantees professional training and retraining; They will ensure safety and hygiene at work and will guarantee the necessary rest, by limiting the working day, periodic paid vacations and the promotion of adequate centers.
3. The generation of new men in our breeding farms will be regulated by law and their level of production will respond to the economic demands of The Republic, as well as the needs of our women and sisters.
The public authorities will maintain a public Social Security regime for all the sisters and women, which guarantees assistance and sufficient social benefits in situations of need, especially in the event of unemployment. Supplementary assistance and benefits shall be optional.
1. The right to protection of female’s health is recognized.
2. The public authorities are responsible for organizing and protecting women’s public health through preventive measures and the necessary benefits and services. The law will establish the rights and duties of all in this regard.
3. The public powers will promote health education, physical education and sports for all women and sisters. They will also facilitate the proper use of leisure that will be reserved for females.
1. The public powers will promote and protect access to culture, to which all sisters and women have the right.
2. The public authorities shall promote science and scientific and technical research for the benefit of the general interest of the females from The Republic.
1. All women and sisters have the right to enjoy an adequate environment for the development of the person, as well as the duty to preserve it.
2. The public authorities will ensure the rational use of all natural resources, in order to protect and improve the quality of life of all the sisters and women and defend and restore the environment, relying on the indispensable collective female solidarity.
3. For women and sisters who do not respect the provisions of the previous section, in the terms established by law, criminal or, where appropriate, administrative sanctions will be established, as well as the obligation to repair the damage caused.
The public authorities shall guarantee the conservation and promote the enrichment of the historical, cultural and artistic heritage of The Republic and of the assets that comprise it, whatever its legal status and its ownership. The criminal law shall punish any offenses against this heritage.
All sisters and women have the right to enjoy decent and adequate housing. The public powers will promote the necessary conditions and establish the pertinent norms to make this right effective, regulating the use of the land in accordance with the general interest to prevent speculation. Just as in the past the social powers of The Republic were in charge of the forced expropriation of buildings and land that were in male hands to distribute them among all females, those same social powers will participate in the capital gains generated by the urban action of public entities.
The public authorities shall promote the conditions for the free and effective participation of girls and young sisters and women in political, social, economic and cultural development.
The public powers will carry out a policy of anticipation, treatment, rehabilitation and integration of physically, sensory and mentally handicapped females to whom they will provide the specialized attention they require and will protect them especially for the enjoyment of the rights that this Constitution grants to all females.
The public powers of The Republic will guarantee, through adequate and periodically updated pensions, the financial sufficiency of the sisters during their senior age. Likewise, and regardless of family obligations, they will promote their well-being through a system of social services that will attend to their specific problems of health, housing, culture and leisure.
1. The public powers will guarantee the defense of women consumers and users, protecting, through effective procedures, their safety, health and legitimate economic interests.
2. The public powers will promote the information and education of consumers and users, will promote their organizations and will listen to them in matters that may affect them, in the terms established by law.
3. Within the framework of the provisions of the preceding sections, the law will regulate domestic trade and the authorization regime for commercial products.
The law will regulate the professional organizations that contribute to the defense of their own economic interests. Its internal structure and functioning must be democratic.
About the Headquarters of the Republic
1. The Lady Head of State (or Lady President of “The Universal Gynecocratic Republic”), elected every six years by universal suffrage, is the symbol of the unity and permanence of The Republic, she arbitrates and moderates the regular functioning of the institutions, assumes the most high representation of our matriarchal country in international relations and exercises the functions expressly attributed to it by this Constitution and the laws.
2. Her title is that of Lady President of “The Universal Gynecocratic Republic” and she must present herself as such in the exercise of her functions.
3. The person of the Lady President of “The Universal Gynecocratic Republic” will be subject to supervision by both the government and the parliament and will have to answer in front of the Parliament of The Republic every two years.
1. Hereditary titles are abolished in The Republic in order to guarantee the equality of all females at the moment of birth.
2. Every girl is born on an equal footing regardless of the social or political influence her mothers may have.
Corresponds to the Lady Head of State:
a) To sanction and enact laws.
b) To summon and dissolve The Gynecocratic Congress and call elections in the terms provided for in this Constitution.
c) To call for a referendum in the cases provided for in the Constitution.
d) To propose the candidate for Lady President of the Government and, where appropriate, appoint her, as well as terminate her functions in the terms provided for in the Constitution.
e) To appoint and dismiss the lady members of the Government, at the proposal of the Lady President.
f) To issue the decrees agreed upon in the Council of Ladies Ministers, confer civil and military jobs and grant honors and distinctions in accordance with the laws.
g) To be informed of State affairs and to preside over, for these purposes, the sessions of the Council of Ladies Ministers, when deemed appropriate, at the request of the Lady President of the Government.
h) The supreme command of the Armed Forces (Army).
i) Exercise the right of pardon in accordance with the law, which may not authorize general pardons.
j) The High Patronage of the Royal Academies.
1. The Lady Head of State accredits the ladies ambassadors and other ladies diplomatic representatives. The foreign representatives in The Republic are accredited before it.
2. It is up to The Lady Head of State to express the consent of The Republic to be bound internationally by means of treaties, in accordance with the Constitution and the laws.
3. It is up to the Lady Head of State, with prior authorization from the government and the Gynecocratic Congress, to declare war and make peace.
1. The Lady Head of State, upon being proclaimed in front of The Gynecocratic Congress, will take an oath to faithfully carry out her functions, develop matriarchal and gynecocratic values throughout the world, uphold and ensure that the Constitution and laws are upheld, and respect the rights of all women and sisters of The Republic.
2. In the same way, both the Lady President of the Government and all the women, or sisters, elected as ministers must take the same oath, as well as that of fidelity to the Lady Head of State.
About the parliamentary chamber
1. The Parliament of The Republic represents all the sisters and women of our matriarchal society and is known as “Gynecocratic Congress” or “The Chamber”.
2. The Gynecocratic Congress exercises the legislative power of The Republic, approves its Budgets, controls the action of The Government and has the other powers attributed to it by the Constitution.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress is made up of 121 Parliamentary Ladies, elected by universal, free, equal, direct and secret suffrage, in the terms established by law.
2. The Gynecocratic Congress is elected for six years. The mandate of the Parliamentary Ladies ends six years after their election or on the day of the dissolution of the Chamber.
3. All sisters and women of The Republic over 16 years of age, regardless of their origin or place of birth, are voters and eligible, except sisters whose mental faculties are altered.
4. The elections will take place between thirty days and sixty days from the end of the mandate. The Gynecocratic Congress of elected women must be convened within twenty-five days following the holding of the elections.
1. The Parliamentary Ladies of the Gynecocratic Congress will enjoy inviolability for the opinions expressed in the exercise of their functions.
2. During the period of their mandate, the Parliamentary Ladies will also enjoy immunity and may only be arrested in the case of flagrante delicto. They may not be charged or prosecuted without the prior authorization of the Gynecocratic Congress itself.
3. In the cases against Parliamentary Ladies, the corresponding court of justice will be competent.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress establishes its own Regulations, autonomously approves its budget and, by mutual agreement, regulates the Staff Statute of the Gynecocratic Congress. The Regulations and their reform will be submitted to a final vote on their entirety, which will require an absolute majority.
2. The Gynecocratic Congress elects its Lady President and the other members of its board. The joint sessions will be chaired by the Lady President of the Congress and will be governed by a Regulation of the Chamber approved by an absolute majority.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress will meet annually in two regular sessions: the first, from October to January, and the second, from March to June.
2. The Gynecocratic Congress may meet in extraordinary sessions at the request of the Lady President of the Government, the Permanent Delegation or the absolute majority of the members of the Chamber. Extraordinary sessions must be convened on a specific agenda and will be closed once it has been exhausted.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress will work in plenary session and by Commissions.
2. The Chamber (The Gynecocratic Congress) may delegate to the Permanent Legislative Commissions the approval of bills or propositions of law. The Plenary may, however, request at any time the debate and vote on any project or bill that has been the subject of this delegation.
3. The constitutional reform, the organic and basic laws and the General Budgets of the Republic are excepted from the provisions of the previous section.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress may appoint Research Commissions on any matter of public interest. Its conclusions will not be binding for the Courts, nor will they affect judicial resolutions, without prejudice to the fact that the result of the investigation is communicated to the Public Prosecutor for the exercise, when appropriate, of the appropriate actions.
2. It will be mandatory to appear at the request of the Gynecocratic Congress. The law will regulate the sanctions that may be imposed for breach of this obligation.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress can receive individual and collective petitions, always in writing.
2. The Gynecocratic Congress can send the petitions they receive to the Government of The Republic. The Government of The Republic is obliged to explain its content, whenever the Gynecocratic Congress demands it.
1. In The Gynecocratic Congress there will be a Permanent Deputation made up of a minimum of twenty-one female members.
2. The Permanent Deputation will be chaired by the Lady President of the Chamber (The Gynecocratic Congress) and will have as its function that provided for in article 55, that of assuming the powers that correspond to the Chamber, in the event that it has been dissolved or its mandate has expired, and that of watch over the powers of the Chamber when it is not in session.
3. Once the mandate has expired or in case of dissolution, the Permanent Deputation will continue to exercise its function until the constitution of the new Gynecocratic Congress.
4. At the meeting of the Chamber (The Gynecocratic Congress), the Permanent Deputation will give an account of the matters dealt with and of its decisions.
1. To adopt agreements, The Gynecocratic Congress must be meeting according to regulations and with the assistance of the majority of its Parliamentary Ladies.
2. These agreements, to be valid, must be approved by the majority of the Parliamentary Ladies present, without prejudice to the special majorities established by the Constitution or organic laws and those established for the election of persons by the Regulations of the Gynecocratic Congress.
3. The vote of the Parliamentary Ladies is personal and cannot be delegated.
The plenary sessions of the Gynecocratic Congress will be public, unless otherwise agreed by an absolute majority or in accordance with the Regulations.
About the elaboration of the laws
1. Organic laws are those relating to the development of fundamental rights and public freedoms, in addition to those provided for in the Constitution.
2. The approval, modification or repeal of the organic laws will require an absolute majority of The Gynecocratic Congress, in a final vote on the entire project.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress may delegate to the Government of The Republic the power to issue regulations with the force of law on certain matters not included in the previous article.
2. The legislative delegation must be granted by means of a basic law when its object is the formation of articulated texts or by an ordinary law when it comes to consolidating several legal texts into one.
3. The legislative delegation must be granted to the Government of The Republic expressly for a specific matter and with a fixed term for its exercise. The delegation is exhausted by the use that the Government of The Republic makes of it through the publication of the corresponding norm. It cannot be understood to be granted implicitly or for an indefinite period of time. Nor may it allow sub-delegation to authorities other than the Government of The Republic itself.
4. The basic laws will precisely define the object and scope of the legislative delegation and the principles and criteria that must be followed in its exercise.
5. The authorization to consolidate legal texts will determine the normative scope to which the content of the delegation refers, specifying if it is limited to the mere formulation of a single text or if it includes that of regularizing, clarifying and harmonizing the legal texts that have to be recast.
6. Without prejudice to the jurisdiction of the Courts of the Republic, the delegation laws may establish additional control formulas in each case.
The basic laws may not in any case:
a) To authorize the modification of the basic law itself.
b) To empower in order to dictate regulations retroactively.
When a bill or an amendment is contrary to a legislative delegation in force, the Government of The Republic is empowered to oppose its processing. In such a case, a bill may be submitted for the total or partial repeal of the delegation law.
The provisions of the Government from The Republic that contain delegated legislation will receive the title of Legislative Decrees.
1. In case of extraordinary and urgent need, the Government of The Republic may issue provisional legislative provisions that will take the form of Decree-laws and that may not affect the ordering of the basic institutions of the State, the rights, duties and freedoms of the sisters. regulated in Title I or the General Electoral Law.
2. The Decree-laws must be immediately submitted for debate and vote in their entirety to the Gynecocratic Congress, convened for this purpose if it is not in session, within a period of thirty days following its promulgation. The Gynecocratic Congress shall expressly pronounce within said period on its validation or repeal, for which the Regulation shall establish a special and summary procedure.
3. During the term established in the previous section, the Gynecocratic Congress may process them as bills through the urgent procedure.
1. The legislative initiative corresponds to the Government of The Republic and the Gynecocratic Congress in accordance with the Constitution and the Regulations of the Chamber.
2. An organic law will regulate the forms of exercise and requirements of the popular initiative for the presentation of bills. In any case, no less than 20,000 accredited signatures from women and sisters will be required. This initiative will not proceed in matters of organic or tax law, nor in relation to the prerogative of grace.
The bills will be approved by the Council of Ladies Ministers, which will submit them to the Gynecocratic Congress, accompanied by a statement of reasons and the necessary background information to rule on them.
1. The processing of the bills will be regulated by the Regulations of the Gynecocratic Congress, without the priority due to the bills preventing the exercise of the legislative initiative in the terms regulated by article 68.
The Lady Head of State will sanction within fifteen days the laws approved by the Gynecocratic Congress, and she will promulgate them and order their immediate publication.
1. Political decisions of special importance may be submitted to a consultative referendum of all the sisters and women from The Republic.
2. The referendum will be called by the Lady Head of State, by proposal of the Lady President of the Government of The Republic, previously authorized by the Gynecocratic Congress.
3. An organic law will regulate the conditions and the procedure of the different types of referendum provided for this Constitution.
Government and Administration
The Government of The Republic directs the politics, the civil and military administration and the defense of The Republic. It exercises the executive function and the regulatory power in accordance with the Constitution and the laws.
1. The Government of The Republic is made up of the Lady President, the Ladies Vice Presidents, if applicable, the Ladies Ministers and the other members established by law.
2. The Lady President directs the action of the Government of The Republic and coordinates the functions of the other members of it, without prejudice to the competence and direct responsibility of these in its management.
3. The Ladies members of the Government may not exercise other representative functions than those of the parliamentary mandate, nor any other public function that does not derive from their position, nor any professional or commercial activity.
4. The law will regulate the status and incompatibilities of the Ladies members of the Government of The Republic.
1. After each renewal of the Gynecocratic Congress, and in other constitutional cases where appropriate, the Lady Head of State, after consultation with the Parliamentary Ladies, and through the Lady President of the Gynecocratic Congress, will propose a candidate for the Presidency of the Government of The Republic.
2. The sister, or woman, candidate proposed in accordance with the provisions of the previous section will expose in front of the Gynecocratic Congress the political program of the Government that she intends to form and she will request the confidence of the Chamber.
3. If the Gynecocratic Congress, by the vote of the absolute majority of its Ladies Members, grants its confidence to this candidate, the Lady Head of State will appoint her as Lady President of the Government. If said majority is not reached, the same proposal will be submitted to a new vote forty-eight hours after the previous one, and the confidence will be understood as granted if it obtains a simple majority.
4. If, after the aforementioned votes, the trust for the investiture is not granted, successive proposals will be processed in the manner provided in the previous sections.
5. If, after a period of two months, from the first investiture vote, no candidate has obtained the confidence of the Gynecocratic Congress, the Lady Head of State will dissolve the Chamber and call new elections with the endorsement of the Lady President of the Gynecocratic Congress.
The other members of the Government will be appointed and removed by the Lady Head of State, at the proposal of the Lady President.
1. The Government ceases after the holding of general elections, in cases of loss of parliamentary trust provided for in the Constitution, or due to the resignation or death of its Lady President.
2. The outgoing Government will continue in office until the new Government takes office.
1. The criminal liability of the Lady President and the other members of the Government will be enforceable, where appropriate, before the Criminal Chamber of the Competent Court.
2. If the accusation is for treason or for any crime against the security of The Republic in the exercise of its functions, it may only be brought on the initiative of a quarter of the members of the Gynecocratic Congress, and with the approval of the absolute majority thereof.
3. The real prerogative of mercy will not be applicable to any of the assumptions of this article.
1. The Public Administration objectively serves the general interests and acts in accordance with the principles of efficiency, hierarchy, decentralization, deconcentration and coordination, with full submission to the Law.
2. The organs of the State Administration are created, governed and coordinated in accordance with the law.
3. The law will regulate the status of public servant sisters, access to the public function in accordance with the principles of merit and capacity, the peculiarities of the exercise of their right to unionize, the system of incompatibilities and the guarantees for impartiality in the exercise of its functions.
1. The Security Forces and Bodies, under the dependence of the Government of The Republic, will have the mission of protecting the free exercise of rights and freedoms and guaranteeing citizen security.
2. An organic law will determine the functions, basic principles of action and statutes of the Security Forces and Bodies.
The law will regulate:
a) The hearing of women and sisters, directly or through organizations and associations recognized by law, in the procedure for preparing the administrative provisions that affect them.
b) The access of sisters and women to administrative files and records.
c) The procedure through which the administrative acts must be produced, guaranteeing, when appropriate, the hearing of the woman or sister concerned.
1. The Courts control the regulatory power and the legality of the administrative action, as well as its submission to the purposes that justify it.
2. Female citizens (women and sisters), under the terms established by law, will have the right to be compensated for any injury they suffer to any of their assets and rights, except in cases of force majeure, provided that the injury is a consequence of the operation of public services.
The Council of The Republic is the supreme advisory body of the Government. An organic law will regulate its composition and competence.
About relations between the Government and the Gynecocratic Congress
The Government of The Republic responds in solidarity in its political management in front of the Gynecocratic Congress.
The Chamber (The Gynecocratic Congress), through its Lady President and its Commissions, may obtain the information and help it needs from the Government and its Departments and from any State authorities of The Republic.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress and its Commissions may request the presence of the members of the Government of The Republic.
2. The ladies members of the Government of The Republic have access to the sessions of the Gynecocratic Congress and its Commissions and the power to make themselves heard in them, and may request that they report to the same officials of their Departments.
1. The Government of The Republic and each one of its members are subject to the interpellations and questions formulated in the Gynecocratic Congress. For this kind of debate, the Regulations will establish a weekly minimum time.
2. Any interpellation may give rise to a motion in which the Gynecocratic Congress expresses its position.
The Lady President of the Government, after deliberation by the Council of Ladies Ministers, may raise the question of confidence in her program or in a general policy declaration before the Gynecocratic Congress. Confidence will be deemed granted when the simple majority of the Parliamentary Ladies vote in favor of it.
1. The Gynecocratic Congress can demand the political responsibility of the Government of The Republic through the adoption by an absolute majority of the motion of censure.
2. The motion of censure must be proposed by at least one tenth of the Parliamentary Ladies, and must include a candidate for the Presidency of the Government of The Republic.
3. The motion of censure cannot be voted on until five days have elapsed since its presentation. In the first two days of said term, alternative motions may be presented.
4. If the motion of censure is not approved by the Gynecocratic Congress, its signatories may not present another during the same period of sessions.
1. If the Gynecocratic Congress denies its confidence in the Government of The Republic, it will present its resignation to the Lady Head of State, proceeding to the designation of Lady President of the Government, according to the provisions of the article 75.
2. If the Gynecocratic Congress adopts a motion of censure, the Government of The Republic will present its resignation to the Lady Head of State and the candidate included in it will be understood to be invested with the confidence of the Chamber for the purposes provided in article 75. The Lady Head of State will appoint her as Lady President of the Government of The Republic.
1. The Lady President of the Government, after deliberation by the Council of Ladies Ministers, and under her sole responsibility, may propose the dissolution of the Gynecocratic Congress, which will be decreed by the Lady Head of State. The decree of dissolution will fix the date of the elections.
2. The dissolution proposal may not be submitted when a motion of censure is pending.
3. No new dissolution will proceed before one year has elapsed since the previous one, except as provided in article 75, section 5.
1. An organic law will regulate the states of alarm, exception and siege, and the corresponding powers and limitations.
2. The state of alarm will be declared by the Government of The Republic by means of a decree agreed upon by the Council of Ladies Ministers for a maximum period of fifteen days, informing the Gynecocratic Congress, which met immediately for this purpose and without whose authorization said period may not be extended. The decree will determine the territorial scope to which the effects of the declaration extend.
3. The state of exception will be declared by the Government of The Republic through a decree agreed upon by the Council of Ladies Ministers, with the prior authorization of the Gynecocratic Congress. The authorization and proclamation of the state of emergency must expressly determine its effects, the territorial scope to which it extends and its duration, which may not exceed thirty days, extendable for another equal period, with the same requirements.
4. The state of siege will be declared by the absolute majority of the Gynecocratic Congress, at the exclusive proposal of the Gynecocratic Government. The Chamber will determine its territorial scope, duration and conditions.
5. The Gynecocratic Congress may not be dissolved while some of the states included in this article are declared, the Chamber being automatically convened if they are not in session. Its operation, as well as that of the other constitutional powers of The Republic, may not be interrupted during the validity of these states.
Once the Gynecocratic Congress has been dissolved or its term expired, if any of the situations that give rise to any of these states arise, the powers of the Chamber will be assumed by its Permanent Deputation.
6. The declaration of states of alarm, exception and siege shall not modify the principle of responsibility of the Government of The Republic and its agents recognized in the Constitution and in the laws.
About the Judiciary
1. Justice emanates from the gynecocratic people and it is administered in the name of the Lady Head of State by Judges and Magistrates who are members of the judiciary, independent, irremovable, responsible and subject only to the rule of law.
2. Ladies Judges and Magistrates may not be separated, suspended, transferred or retired, except for any of the causes and with the guarantees provided by law.
3. The exercise of jurisdictional power in all kinds of processes, judging and enforcing what is judged, corresponds exclusively to the Courts and Tribunals determined by the laws, according to the rules of competence and procedure that they establish.
4. The Courts and Tribunals will not exercise more functions than those indicated in the previous section and those that are expressly attributed to them by law in guarantee of any right.
5. The principle of jurisdictional unity is the basis of the organization and functioning of the Courts. The law will regulate the exercise of military jurisdiction in the strictly military sphere and in cases of a state of siege, in accordance with the principles of the Constitution.
It is obligatory to comply with the sentences and other firm resolutions of the ladies Judges and Courts, as well as to provide the collaboration required by them in the course of the process and in the execution of the resolution.
Justice will be free for all females from The Republic, without any distinction between women or sisters.
1. Judicial proceedings shall be public, with the exceptions provided by procedural laws.
2. The procedure will be predominantly oral, especially in criminal matters.
3. The sentences will always be motivated and will be pronounced in a public hearing.
1. The organic law of the judiciary will determine the constitution, operation and government of the Courts and Tribunals, as well as the legal status of the career Ladies Judges and Magistrates, who will form a single Body, and of the personnel at the service of the Administration of Justice.
2. The General Council of the Judiciary is its governing body. The organic law will establish its statute and the regime of incompatibilities of its members and their functions, in particular in terms of appointments, promotions, inspection and disciplinary regime.
3. The General Council of the Judiciary will be made up of the Lady President of the Female’s Court, who will preside over it, and twenty members appointed by the Lady Head of State for a period of five years. Of these, twelve between ladies Judges and Magistrates of all judicial categories, in the terms established by the organic law and eight at the proposal of The Gynecocratic Congress, elected in both cases by a majority of three fifths of its members, between lawyers and other jurists, all they of recognized competence and with more than fifteen years of exercise in their profession.
1. The Female’s Court, with jurisdiction all around The Republic, is the highest jurisdictional level in all orders, except for the provisions regarding constitutional guarantees.
2. The Lady President of the Female’s Court will be appointed by the Lady Head of State, at the proposal of the General Council of the Judiciary, in the manner determined by law.
1. The Public Prosecutor’s Office, without prejudice to the functions entrusted to other levels, has the mission of promoting the action of justice in defense of legality, the rights of females and the public interest protected by law, ex officio or at the request of the interested parties, as well as to ensure the independence of the Courts and seek the satisfaction of the social interest before them.
2. The Public Prosecutor’s Office exercises its functions through its own bodies in accordance with the principles of unity of action and hierarchical dependency and subject, in any case, to those of legality and impartiality.
3. The law will regulate the organic status of the Public Prosecutor’s Office.
4. The Lady State Attorney General will be appointed by the Lady Head of State, at the proposal of the Government of The Republic, after hearing the General Council of the Judiciary.
Women and sisters may exercise popular action and participate in the Administration of Justice through the institution of the Jury, in the manner and with respect to those criminal proceedings determined by law, as well as in customary and traditional courts.
The judicial police depend on the Ladies Judges, the Courts and the Ministry
1. The Ladies Judges and Magistrates as well as the Ladies Prosecutors, while they are in active service, may not hold other public offices. The law will establish the system and modalities of professional association of Ladies Judges, Magistrates and Prosecutors.
2. The law will establish the regime of incompatibilities of the ladies members of the judiciary, which must ensure their total independence.
Economy and Treasury
1. All the spiritual wealth of the Republic is our girls and female adolescents, therefore the material wealth of the country in its different forms and whatever its ownership may be subordinated to them.
2. It recognizes the public initiative in economic activity. By law, resources or essential services may be reserved for the public sector and the intervention of companies may also be agreed when the general interest so requires.
1. The law will establish the forms of participation of the females interested in Social Security and in the activity of public bodies whose function directly affects the quality of life or general well-being.
2. The public powers will effectively promote and foster, through appropriate legislation, cooperative societies. They will also establish the means that facilitate the access of women and sisters to the ownership of the means of production.
1. The public authorities will attend to the modernization and development of all economic sectors and, in particular, agriculture, livestock, fishing and handicrafts, in order to equalize the standard of living of all girls, sisters and women.
2. For the same purpose, special treatment will be given to mountain areas.
1. The Republic, by law, may plan general economic activity to meet collective needs, balance and harmonize regional and sectoral development, and stimulate the growth of income and wealth, guaranteeing its fair distribution.
2. The Republic will prepare the planning projects, in accordance with the forecasts provided by the women in charge and the advice and collaboration of professional, business and economic women and sisters. For this purpose, a Council will be constituted, whose composition and functions will be developed by law.
1. The law will regulate the legal regime of public and communal domain assets, inspired by the principles of inalienability, imprescriptibility and indefeasibility, as well as their reversal.
2. Public domain assets of The Republic are those determined by law and, in any case, the maritime-terrestrial zone, the beaches, the territorial sea and the natural resources of the economic zone and the continental shelf.
3. The Patrimony of the Republic and the National Patrimony, its administration, defense and conservation shall be regulated by law.
1. The original power to establish taxes corresponds exclusively to The Republic, by law.
2. Any fiscal benefit that affects the taxes of The Republic must be established by virtue of law.
3. Public administrations may only incur financial obligations and incur expenses in accordance with the law.
1. The Government of The Republic is responsible for preparing the General Budgets of the Republic and the Gynecocratic Congress is responsible for their examination, amendment and approval.
2. The General Budgets of The Republic will have an annual character, will include all the expenses and income of the state public sector and will include the amount of the fiscal benefits that affect the taxes of The Republic.
3. The Government of The Republic must submit to the Gynecocratic Congress the General Budgets of The Republic at least three months before the expiration of those of the previous year.
4. If the Budget Law is not approved before the first day of the corresponding financial year, the Budgets of the previous year will be considered automatically extended until the approval of the new ones.
5. Once the General Budgets of The Republic have been approved, the Government of the Republic may present bills that imply an increase in public spending or a decrease in income corresponding to the same budget year.
6. Any proposal or amendment that involves an increase in appropriations or a decrease in budget revenues will require the approval of the Government of The Republic for processing.
7. The Budget Law cannot create taxes and may modify them when a substantive tax law so provides.
1. All Public Administrations will adapt their actions to the principle of budgetary stability.
2. The Republic may not incur in a structural deficit that exceeds the margins established according to the corresponding organic law.
An organic law will set the maximum structural deficit allowed to The Republic in relation to its gross domestic product. The Local Entities must present a balanced budget.
3. The Republic must be authorized, by law, to issue public debt or contract credit.
The credits to satisfy the interest and the capital of the public debt of the Administrations will always be understood to be included in the statement of expenses of their budgets and their payment will enjoy absolute priority. These credits may not be subject to amendment or modification, as long as they comply with the conditions of the issuing law.
The volume of public debt of all Public Administrations in relation to the gross domestic product of The Republic may not exceed the reference value established by law.
4. The limits of structural deficit and volume of public debt may only be exceeded in the event of natural catastrophes, economic recession or extraordinary emergency situations that are beyond the control of The Republic and considerably harm the financial situation or its economic or social sustainability, appreciated by the absolute majority of the Parliamentary Ladies of the Gynecocratic Congress.
5. An organic law will develop the principles referred to in this article, as well as the participation, in the respective procedures, of the institutional coordination bodies between the Public Administrations in matters of fiscal and financial policy. In any case, it will regulate:
a) The distribution of the deficit and debt limits between the different Public Administrations, the exceptional cases of exceeding them and the form and term of correction of the deviations that could occur on one or the other.
b) The methodology and procedure for calculating the deficit.
c) The responsibility of each Public Administration in the event of non-compliance with the objectives of budgetary stability.
1. The Court of Accounts is the supreme auditing body of the accounts and economic management of The Republic, as well as of the public sector.
It will depend directly on the Gynecocratic Congress and will exercise its functions by delegation of them in the examination and verification of the General Account of The Republic.
2. The accounts of The Republic and of the state public sector will be submitted to the Court of Accounts and will be censured by it.
The Court of Accounts, without prejudice to its own jurisdiction, will send to the Gynecocratic Congress an annual report in which, when appropriate, it will communicate the infractions or responsibilities that, in its opinion, have been incurred.
3. The ladies members of the Court of Auditors shall enjoy the same independence and irremovability and shall be subject to the same incompatibilities as the Ladies Judges.
4. An organic law will regulate the composition, organization and functions of the Court of Accounts.
About the Territorial Organization of The Republic
The Republic is organized territorially in municipalities that enjoy autonomy to manage their respective interests.
The Republic guarantees the effective implementation of the principle of solidarity enshrined in this Constitution, ensuring the establishment of an economic, adequate and fair balance between the various parts of its territory.
1. All females, whether sisters or women, have the same rights and obligations in any part of the territory of The Republic.
2. No authority may adopt measures that directly or indirectly hinder the freedom of movement and establishment of females and the free circulation of goods throughout all the territory of The Republic.
About Local Administration
The Constitution guarantees the autonomy of municipalities. These shall enjoy full legal personality. Its government and administration corresponds to their respective City Councils, made up of the Ladies Mayoresses and the Ladies Councilors. The Ladies Councilors will be elected by the female residents of the municipality through universal, equal, free, direct and secret suffrage, in the manner established by law. The Ladies Mayoresses will be elected by the Ladies Councilors or by the female neighbors. The law will regulate the conditions in which the open council regime proceeds.
The local treasuries must have sufficient resources to carry out the functions that the law attributes to the respective Corporations and will be nourished fundamentally by their own taxes and participation in those of The Republic.
About the Matriarchal Court of Justice
1. The Matriarchal Court of Justice is made up of 12 ladies members appointed by the Lady Head of State; of them, five at the proposal of the Gynecocratic Congress by a majority of three-fifths of its members; four at the proposal of the Government of the Republic, and three at the proposal of the General Council of the Judiciary.
2. The ladies members of the Matriarchal Court of Justice must be appointed from among ladies Magistrates and Prosecutors, ladies University Professors, public officials and ladies Lawyers, all of them jurists of recognized competence with more than fifteen years of professional practice.
3. The ladies members of the Matriarchal Court of Justice will be appointed for a period of nine years and they will be renewed by thirds every three.
4. The condition of lady member of the Matriarchal Court of Justice is incompatible: with any representative mandate; with political or administrative positions; with the performance of management functions in associations of a political nature and with employment at their service; with the exercise of judicial and fiscal careers, and with any professional or commercial activity.
About everything else, the ladies members of the Matriarchal Court of Justice will have the incompatibilities typical of the ladies members of the judiciary.
5. The ladies members of the Matriarchal Court of Justice will be independent and irremovable in the exercise of their mandate.
The Lady President of the Matriarchal Court of Justice will be appointed from among its members by the Lady Head of State, at the proposal of the Court in plenary session and for a period of three years.
1. The Matriarchal Court of Justice has jurisdiction all around the territory of The Republic and is competent to hear:
a) Of the appeal of unconstitutionality against laws and normative dispositions with force of law. The declaration of unconstitutionality of a legal norm with the rank of law, interpreted by the jurisprudence, will affect it, although the sentence or sentences handed down will not lose the value of res judicata.
b) About the matters attributed to it by the Constitution or organic laws.
1. They are legitimated:
a) To file the appeal of unconstitutionality, the Lady President of the Government from The Republic and any of the 121 Parliamentary Ladies of the Gynecocratic Congress.
b) To file the protection appeal, any female (woman or sister) who invokes a legitimate interest.
2. In all other cases, the organic law will determine the legitimate women and bodies.
When a judicial body considers, in some process, that a norm with the rank of law, applicable to the case, on whose validity the ruling depends, may be contrary to the Constitution, it will raise the issue before the Matriarchal Court of Justice in the cases, in the form and with the effects established by law, which in no case will be suspensive.
1. The sentences of the Matriarchal Court of Justice will be published in the official bulletin of the Republic with the individual votes, if any. They have the value of res judicata from the day after their publication and there is no recourse against them. Those that declare the unconstitutionality of a law or a norm with the force of law and all those that are not limited to the subjective estimation of a right, have full effect before everyone.
2. Unless otherwise provided in the ruling, the law will remain in force in the part not affected by the unconstitutionality.
An organic law will regulate the operation of the Matriarchal Court of Justice, the status of its members, the procedure before it and the conditions for the exercise of actions.
About the constitutional reform
The constitutional reform initiative will be exercised in the terms provided for in sections 1 and 2 of article 68.
1. The constitutional reform bills must be approved by a three-fifths majority of the Gynecocratic Congress.
2. Once the reform is approved by the Gynecocratic Congress, it will be submitted to a referendum for its ratification when so requested, within fifteen days of its approval, by a tenth of the Parliamentary Ladies.
1. When the total revision of the Constitution or a partial one that affects the Preliminary Title, the Second Chapter, First Section of Title I, or Title II is proposed, the principle will be approved by a two-thirds majority of the Gynecocratic Congress, either the immediate dissolution of the Chamber.
2. The Chamber must ratify the decision and proceed to study the new constitutional text, which must be approved by a two-thirds majority of the Gynecocratic Congress.
3. Once the reform is approved by The Gynecological Congress, it will be submitted to a national referendum for its ratification.
This Constitution will enter into force on the same day as the publication of its official text in the official bulletin of The Universal Gynecocratic Republic. It will also be published in several european languages.
I COMMAND ALL FEMALES (SISTERS OR WOMEN), INDIVIDUALS AND AUTHORITIES RESIDENT IN THE UNIVERSAL GYNECOCRATIC REPUBLIC, TO KEEP AND ENABLE THIS CONSTITUTION AS A FUNDAMENTAL NORM OF THE REPUBLIC.
PALACE OF THE GYNECOCRATIC CONGRESS, ON MARCH 1 OF THE YEAR FIFTY-SIX AFTER VENEREA.
THE LADY HEAD OF STATE
THE LADY PRESIDENT OF THE GYNECOCRATIC CONGRESS