prairie republic constitution *

Article (43)

Prairie Republic Regional Administrator and County Administrator shared Responsibilities:

1) Building highways

2) Request money.

3) Making and enforcing violations of Natural Sovereign laws

4) Ensuring all funds spent on improving is for the betterment of the general population.

5) Taking (condemning) private property – Under rare Circumstances,

The Administrators may be able to buy your property from you for a fair price. This is called expropriation, and it means the taking of private property for public use. Common examples of expropriations contain situations where a municipality wants to widen a road or where a hospital decides that an addition to its facilities is necessary. Under these circumstances, the municipality or the hospital will notice the application to the property’s registered owners. The property owners can then request a hearing to determine whether the expropriation is fair and reasonable. Eventually, the relevant Sovereign that is affected directly will either approve or reject the proposed expropriation. If rejected, this goes to the Sovereigns decision – This requires a vote of Seventy- Five (75%) percent of the Sovereign Community(s).

6) In addition to fair compensation for the expropriated property’s price, landowners may also have a right to compensation for losses such as those incurred.

a) It is compensated at 35% above the market value.

b) Compensation: private property must be appraised to determine what fair compensation would be. A third-party appraiser will conduct this appraisal.

c) Land in another area of your choice if available.

d) If Possible, to Move structure (home) to another Location; Relocate.

e) Relocation compensation.

Article (44)

Prairie Republic National Administrators are allowed to suggest amendments to Legislation and Bills passed through the Prairie Republic National and Sovereign Committee Administrations (checks and balances) and all which the Sovereigns can reject if the Sovereigns wish to. The ultimate power of decision rests with the Sovereigns of the Prairie Republic Constitution.

The Prairie Republic Designated Regions:

(9) Regions (30) Counties

There are NO changes to the protective structure in the Prairie Republic Constitution. The Constitutional protective structure is never manipulated in any shape, form, or harm in any manner.

The Prairie Republic Designated Regions:

Many municipalities are urban municipalities (cities, towns, villages), some are specialized municipalities, and many are rural municipalities.

1) Under the Prairie Republic Constitution, The Administration is enforced by Natural Sovereign law(s). The power must reside with The Sovereigns then upwards for checks and balances to stop all corruption.

2) National Administrators report back to Regional Administrators, then report to County Administrators, then to The Sovereign Committee, then to The Sovereigns themselves.

3) Prairie Republic County Administrators comprises City, Town, and their allocated perimeters are responsible for reporting to the Sovereigns Committee in the local area for the direction to manage their affairs. The Sovereigns are the final decisionmaker.

4) Nine Regional Administrators of the Prairie Republic report all required information from all local, city communities to the Regional Members.

5) The Regional Administrators representing all the regions must arrive upon a viable plan, then conclude, then report the information back to County Administrators of the Prairie Republic for approval.

6) Once approved, the Regional Administrators inform that a final decision has been concluded, and this information is given to the National Administrators to deliver the decisions.

Article (45)

Protection Process of Checks and Balances are as follows:

National Administrators take the information and complete the tasks given to them by the Regional Administrators. The National Administrators then deal with Trade and Foreign Relations; The National Administration has no authority to decide; they must administer the decisions that the Sovereigns have passed.

Article (46)

Bills and Legislation

Development and Infrastructure: Town, City, County, Region, and Nation

To pass any Bill or Legislation that affects all the Municipalities. The requirements for an amendment or amendments require 75% of the Sovereigns in each municipality.

1) Single Municipality on requirements to change or implement amendments require 75% of the Sovereigns.

2) Multiple Municipalities involving requirements to all amendment(s) require 75% of the Sovereigns in their Town, City, County, Region, and Nation.

3) The Sovereigns always have the final say on any decision and all matters enforced by the Prairie Republic Constitution.

Article (47)

Any dealings between private companies and the Prairie Republic are for the betterment of the Sovereigns and not for individual gain. No company is allowed to influence, bribe, or lobby any Administration(s) of the Prairie Republic Sovereigns.

Article (48)

The Prairie Republic Court and Judiciary

The Prairie Republic Law and the court’s system are re-established under the Prairie Republic, which is a means to an end to the antiquated illegal entity of “the British common law system, inherited by the United Kingdom.” The Prairie Republic Judiciary have powers of judicial review of the law(s) determined by the Sovereigns of the Prairie Republic Article 1) This is the Constitution and structure for a Sovereign independent Prairie Republic, meaning full national status and full Sovereignty for Prairie Republic under a fully constitutional Republic system and a written constitution.

The Sovereigns always have the final say on any decision and all matters enforced by the Prairie Republic Constitution.

Article (49)


The Natural Sovereign law(s) of the Prairie Republic apply in all circumstances, whether it is similar or equal to other laws or not.

1) All Sovereigns have protection from unreasonable and undue search and seizure, protection of their persons, houses, and property. Warrants and their lawful affirmation are required for the search or seizure of property or person(s).

2) All Sovereigns involved in cases other than minor offenses dealt with by county courts have a right to trial by a grand jury. The accused have the right to call all witnesses and lawful assistance for their defense.

3) Sovereigns have fundamental rights to form Associations. As new Natural Sovereign Law(s) may be made for their regulation and control if they breach the peace or undue nuisance to the public. Natural Sovereign Laws regulating associations and the right of free assembly may be exercised, contain no political, religious, racial, gender, or class discrimination.

Article (50)

Non-Partisan Council

There is a Non-Partisan Council of the Prairie Republic to aid and counsel the Nation Administrators of the Prairie Republic on all matters. Nation Administrators may always consult concerning advice on the exercises and performance of their duties and capabilities, for all other national and international affairs.

Article (51)

Judiciary Committee

A Judiciary Committee of Sovereigns is established to scrutinize all Prairie Republic Bills and Natural Sovereign Laws and hold all administrators accountable.

The Judiciary Committee contains a mixture of Sovereigns from all backgrounds and areas of the Prairie Republic, chosen in the same way as juries.

Each new set of Sovereigns hired to be in the committee has required a term of one year. The hiring is staggered to keep the knowledge within the committee to train new members. Each Sovereign hired can be rehired but only serve a maximum of 5 years. A maximum of 10% of the total Sovereign Committee can be Ex Public Town and or City Administrator, Ex Regional Administrators, and or Ex Nation Administrators.

1) Judiciary functions:

a) Judicial Functions:

b) Law-making Functions:

c) Guardianship of The Prairie Republic Constitution

d) Advisory Jurisdiction:

e) Protector of the Fundamental Rights:

Article (52)

Sub Committee, Judicial Branch

The Sub Committee, Judicial Branch is the adviser(s) of the Administrators in matters of Natural Sovereign Law and lawful opinion and exercise and perform all such powers, functions, and duties as are trusted and imposed on him or her by the Prairie Republic Constitution and or by Natural Sovereign Law. The Sub Committee, Judicial Branch, is nominated, appointed, and employed by the Sovereign Administrators for a one-year contract. The Sub Committee’s wages shall be regulated by the sovereigns and Natural Sovereign Law. The Sub Committee, Judicial Branch shall not be a member of the Administrators.

The Judicial Branch’s main function is to interpret and apply the Natural Sovereign Law and provide a mechanism for settling disputes. The Judicial Branch does not make laws in most cases, nor does it enforce them. The Judicial Branch is made up of members appointed by the Sovereigns.

Article (53)

National Emergency

If, in times of extreme emergency such as war, natural disasters, or other unforeseen events, and if members of Nation Administrators have perished or are not available to govern and delegate for whatever reason, a minimum of Twelve (12) members accepted by seventy-five (75%) percent of Sovereigns of Regional Administrators are allowed to govern all necessary areas, not limited to financial. If no members of Regional Administrators are available, an emergency team of Sovereigns agreed upon by The County Administrators; those members temporarily run the Prairie Republic until things can be returned to normal and new Nation and Regional Administrator Members are employed to the Administrator Positions.

Article (54)

Extreme and Exceptional Circumstances

The Prairie Republic Administrators have a right to intervene outside of its general limitations only in extreme and exceptional circumstances. If it deems that the common safety, the good of the community, and the Nation’s security are under threat or that Sovereign order or morality, or the general well-being is being undermined.

If, in times of war, attack, or extreme natural emergencies, the Prairie Republic is allowed to do what is reasonable and necessary to protect its Sovereigns and Territory with appropriate and proportional actions. The safety and security of its Sovereigns, its Territory, and Sovereignty are always the highest priority.

Article (55)

National Defense and Armed Forces for the Prairie Republic

The Prairie Republic is establishing all that is needed for the official establishment of the Prairie Republic Military Forces, Prairie Republic Air Force, and the Prairie Republic Sheriff and Peace Officers Services for the Prairie Republic, which are under the full control of the Prairie Republic Administration who are fully accountable and answerable to the Sovereigns. The Sovereigns have the final decision. The Prairie Republic Armed Forces is a modern, relevant, efficient, flexible, and highly trained multipurpose force, whose first duty is the protection and defense of the Prairie Republics Sovereignty, Sovereigns, Territory, Constitution, Natural Resources, and a maintaining of infrastructure and security in the case of any environmental or man-made crisis or disaster.

1) Under International Law, the Prairie Republic can maintain a Prairie Republic Navy.

2) The Prairie Republic Nation is allowed to keep military and security information secret only if deemed necessary for the good of the overall security of the Prairie Republic and its Sovereigns. This only applies to secrecy if deemed necessary for foreign or domestic attack or defensive military operations.

Article (56)

Military & Defense

The Prairie Republic National Defense. The Department of National Defense supports the Armed Forces who serve on land, air, and water. Army and Special Forces defend the Prairie Republic interests at home and abroad.

1) The Prairie Republic Armed Forces is a volunteer rather than conscripted force unless otherwise required for defense readiness. The minimum age to join is 18 years of age.

2) The Prairie Republic Armed Forces is answerable to the Nation Administrators. Final lawful permission for any acts of defense and or military action reside with the Nation Administrator who is accountable and responsible to the Sovereigns or, in the unlikely event, an emergency cabinet or emergency Advisory team.

3) Under International Law, the Prairie Republic can create and maintain a Prairie Republic Navy if necessary.

Article (57)

Sheriffs and Peace Officers

To protect and Preserve the Sovereigns, the Prairie Republic are implementing a Sheriffs and Peace Officer Departments.

The sovereign self-preservation unalienable right recognizes a Sovereign’s judicially enforced right to protect itself from serious and demonstrable harm. In a sense, this unalienable right already exists because it underlies the court’s prevailing lawful frameworks in cases of inter-sovereign threats.

Article (58)

Sheriff Administrative Role and Description:

A sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in a region.

The Sovereigns in the Prairie Republic hire a Sheriff to perform checks and balances against the other two Administration branches. They are to be the first line of defense that the Sovereigns have against unconstitutional violations. Sheriffs check the authority in the legislation of law(s) to ensure it does not interfere with lawful Sovereign rights. This is in the Prairie Republics Constitution Mandate; a Sheriff must ensure the tripartite (three levels of Administration: national, regional, and county) system through checks and balances against unconstitutional legislation. This is what the Prairie Republic prescribed to sustain a free Sovereign Nation.

1) A sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in a region. He or She is responsible for the management of the Peace Officers.

2)To prevent harm to Sovereigns and their property.

3) Right to apprehend persons who are a threat to peace and order.

4) The department also receives complaints and emergency calls from the public and takes measures to address them.

5) Issue warrants for suspected criminals if the Judiciary Sovereigns approve for the community’s safety and protection.

6) Court Duties:

a) Duties of the sheriff’s department comprise enforcement of orders provided by courts. If an accused sovereign fails to appear before the court on the mandated court date, a sheriff enforces arrest warrants issued by the court.

b) The sheriff and the Peace Officers’ primary role are to protect and preserve liberty and freedom from tyranny.

7) The Prairie Republics Sheriff’s affirm an affirmation of office to protect and preserve the Sovereignty first and foremost of all the Prairie Republic Sovereigns.

8) Any Sheriff found guilty of an offense under the Natural Sovereign Law(s) of the Prairie Republic is charged with breach of contract. This adds a set of charges for breaking their affirmation of the office.


“I do solemnly promise and declare that I will maintain the Constitution of the Prairie Republic and uphold its Natural Sovereign Laws, the laws of the land, that I will fulfill my duties faithfully and in accordance with the constitution and the Natural Sovereign Laws, and that my aspirations and capabilities is to the service and welfare of the Sovereigns of the Prairie Republic, as well as to my immediate self and family.”