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The Roman Empire


Table of Contents

I. The Flag of the Empire

II. Provinces

III. Allies and Enemies

IV. The Constitution

I. The Flag

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II. Provinces

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  • III. Allies and Enemies

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  • IV. The Constitution


    ARTICLE I – System of Government

    I. The nation is proclaimed “The Roman Empire”. The Romans are an Imperial Empire – which means that the Emperors have supreme and complete power in Foreign Affairs. However the Senate shall exist as a council of the most venerable citizens of Rome in order to uphold the dignitas of the people

    ARTICLE II – Senate

    I. This nation shall henceforth be a Empire, with all major matters of domestic interest under the jurisdiction of the Senate.

    II. The Senate shall be composed of all citizens who wish to attend a meeting of the Senate. No citizen may be denied access to a meeting of the Senate, except under certain circumstances, as enumerated in . The Senate must meet at a minimum of once every Gregorian calendar month, except in times of war (see II, 4, 1).

    III. In Senate assembled, each citizen attending is entitled to one vote. All votes in the Senate shall be recorded as “yea” or “nay.”

    IV. The Senate shall have the power to pass laws through “yea” or “nay” votes in a first-past-the-post method of voting. The Senate may pass any laws pertaining to the internal affairs of Rome, but may not pass laws pertaining to foreign affairs, except as approved by the Caesar. Laws passed by the Senate do not need to be approved by any executive, but can be stricken by a Consul through the use of Consular Veto. A Consular Veto may be overridden with three fourths of the Senate in favor of overriding the veto. A Consular Veto may not be used more than 5 days after the law is passed.

    V. The Senate may be suspended or disbanded under any circumstances.

    ARTICLE III – The Emperor(s)

    I. The executive power of the Empire shall be bestowed upon the Emperor. The Emperor is the chief executive in all matters of foreign affairs and has full power over domestic affairs during a defensive war (see II, I, I).

    II. The Emperor shall have be invested with all powers not enumerated to the Senate or Consuls.

    III. The Emperor may issue Imperial Orders, which serve as temporary laws pertaining to a certain issue. All Imperial Orders must be constitutional, must be set to expire at a preordained date no longer than 31 days from when the order is issued, and must not contradict laws passed by the Senate.

    IV. The Emperor shall be the Commander in Chief of the military and shall have full and unchecked control over its use.

    V. The Emperor may, at any time, create new governmental positions and bestow upon them any power which is not bestowed upon any other official or institution by the Constitution.

    ARTICLE IV – The Caesar

    I. The Caesar of Rome shall be regarded as the Heir to the Empire and Emperor(s).

    II. The Caesar will assume all the powers of the Emperor as Regent if the Emperor is declared to be incapacitated by the Senate in a unanimous vote.

    III. The Caesar may be chosen from among any citizens of the Roman Empire, and may be dismissed at the will of the Emperor.

    ARTICLE V – The Owners

    I. All of the Owners of the Roman Empire are expected to follow all of the rules as the Moderators and Members must do.

    II. All Owners of the Roman Empire have a strict 1 army rule. [Romans Only]

    ARTICLE VI –  Consuls

    I. The role of Head of Government shall be jointly invested in two Consuls, which shall be popularly elected every two months by the citizens of Rome.

    II. The Consuls shall each be bequeathed the power of Consular Veto, which may be used to render any law passed by the Senate to be null and void. Consular Veto must be exercised within five days of the passage of the law. The Senate may override a Consular Veto with three fourths in favor of overriding the veto.

    III. Consuls MAY jointly take up the role of second in command of the Roman Army. However the Emperor as Commander in Chief of the Military – reserves the right to appoint his own Commanders at will. Consuls shall report to the Emperor in times of war.

    Section II – WAR

    ARTICLE I – War Defined

    I. War shall be defined as a state of international affairs during which a state of war has been declared by the Emperor of Rome or when a state of war has been declared upon Rome by a foreign nation.

    ARTICLE II – Command of Armies

    I. The Commander in Chief of the Roman Army shall be the Emperor. In battle, the commander of the army shall be the most senior officer present. Shall adhere to a chain of command, as listed on the ranks page.

    II. The Emperor shall have the sole power of promotion and demotion of ranked soldiers. The Emperor may grant this power to other officers or advisers as they please.

    ARTICLE III – Declaration of War

    I. The power to declare war shall be solely vested in the Emperor, who may declare war on whomever and whenever they choose to do so.

    ARTICLE IV – Internal Affairs in Times of War

    I. The Senate is not required to meet during times of war.

    II. Highly officers who fight for an enemy of Rome during a time of war may be dismissed without trial.

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