Articles of Citizenry

The Articles of Citizenry frame the government and detail the rights of individual citizens. There are twenty-five in all, but the first eight are the most revered. Based on the moral law practiced by the original subjects, the Eight Prime Articles were ratified by the first Ruling Platform, in 2064.

The Articles of Citizenry is on display as a digital document in the foyer of the Cloister, a building that houses the Sernatae, the citizen that oversees the four annual meetings (called Sessions) between the Citizenry-Chamber, and the Ruling Platform.

All Articles are perpetual, and can only be altered by the Ruling Platform, upon approval of Citizenry-Chamber, with oversight by the Sernatae.

The Eight Prime Articles:

  • 1st – As we are descended from the Femati, we are the Femmar. (Original Subjects)
  • 2nd – As we live on the planet Ramaxicon, our nation is Ramaxia. (Original Subjects)
  • 3rd – No Femmar in Death will be abandoned, her flesh creates the next Generation. (Original Subjects)
  • 4th – No Caste is more important than the other. (Original Subjects)
  • 5th – No Femmar is denied the right to Produce. (Original Subjects)
  • 6th – No Femmar is a Citizen until she leaves her makers to learn her role. (First Gen)
  • 7th – Every Gen will have its time to rule, and that time is two decades and five. A Primary and her Committee will ascend from those first to rule. They will possess a living genetic heir in the Citizenry, or their rule is forfeit. (First Gen)
  • 8th – A Citizen guilty of crimes against the Citizenry will serve her punishment in Isolation. If Isolation is broken, her flesh is abandoned, and she is Terminated. (Second Gen)

Amendments:

2152 | 7thArticle
Every Gen will have its time to rule, and that time has no set term limit.

Amended by Sixth Gen Primary Ixo Kul, with Majority Support (1 dissenting) of the Citizenry-Chamber. (Ratified by Sernatae Bulata Kul).

2130 | 3rdArticle
No undamaged Femmar in death will be abandoned, her flesh will create the next Gen.

Those committing private suicide and those criminals choosing death of Isolation are defined as damaged; amended by Fifth Office of the Committee Fusada Jyr, with the unanimous support of the Ruling Gen Platform, and the Citizenry-Chamber. (Ratified by Sernatae Sofita Uym).

2185 | 3rdArticle
No Femmar Citizen in death will be abandoned, her flesh will create the next Gen.

Definition of a citizen Amended by the terms of the Balanced Citizenry Act, with the unanimous support of the Ruling Platform, and the Citizenry-Chamber. (Ratified by Sernatae Yir Gizul).

2185 | 7thArticle
Every Gen will have its time to rule, and that time is forty decades and five.

Amended by Ninth Gen Primary Fusa Kul, with the unanimous support of the Citizenry-Chamber. (Ratified by Sernatae Yir Gizul).

2185 | 5thArticle
No Femmar is denied the right to Produce. No Femmar will produce outside the year set by the Generational Production Department.

Amended by Ninth Gen Primary Fusa Kul, with the majority support (8 to 2) of the Citizenry-Chamber. (Ratified by Sernatae Yir Gizul).


FEMATIDOL (Femati Era | Prehistory)