The Royal Charter of Antioquia (RCA) was the principle organizing document of Antioquia. Written and approved in May 2012, it represented all the Royal Institutions.

Chapter 1Edit

The Charter's first Chapter establishes the sovereign government of Antioquia (Article 1), and gives the government supremacy of law over the nation (Article 3).

Article 4 also stipulates that all disputes regarding inconsistencies between national laws and the Charter should be brought before the Royal Court for adjudication.

Chapter 2Edit

  • Declares Medellin as the capital, and grants the Consulate rights to pass laws over its governance (Article 5).
  • Defines the Bandera flag and 600px-Sello Republica de Antioquia emblem of Antioquia (Article 6), which serve, along with the National Anthem and the Public Seal, as national symbols (Article 9).
  • Defines Spanish and Paisan as the official national languages, and English and Russian as secondary languages (Article 7).
  • Defines that there freedom of religion.

Chapter 3Edit

This chapter grants citizenship to all persons who were citizens of Colombia, Venezuela, Panama and Ecuador at the time the Charter came into effect, and extends citizenship to all those who were born in the Empire, or whose father is a citizen of the Empire, so long as that did not conflict with other citizenships (Article 10).

Chapter 4Edit

This Chapter defines the government as a Monarchy and describes the nature of the Imperial Government. It defines the scope and structure of the Empire as a hierarchy (Article 11):

  • The Consulate at National Level
  • District Administrations
  • Regional Administrations
  • Municipalty administrations

Chapter 5Edit

This Chapter deals with a number of personal civil rights:

  • Human Rights & Dignity (Article 14)
  • Equality of the Citizens Before the Law (Article 15)
  • Right to Life, Personal Liberty and Security (Article 16)
  • Rights Relating to Legal Proceedings (Article 17)
  • Labour (Article 18)
  • Right to Assemble and Freedom to Strike (Article 19)
  • Freedom of Information and Media (Article 20)
  • Right to Establish Political Parties (Article 21)
  • Right to Establish Social Organizations (Article 22)
  • Political Asylum (Article 23)
  • Education (Article 24)
  • Protection of Family (Article 25)
  • Social Welfare (Article 26)
  • Economy (Article 27)

Chapter 6–10Edit

The next several Chapters define the branches of government:

  • Chapter 6: The Consulate
  • Chapter 7: The Emperor
  • Chapter 8: Proconsul
  • Chapter 9: Royal Courts
  • Chapter 10: Military Committee

Chapters 11–14Edit

These sections cover policies regarding administration of the country as a whole.

  • Chapter 11: This chapter delineates policies for Antioquia's land, natural resources, and environment.
  • Chapter 12: Independent commissions and administrative committees
  • Chapter 13: International and bilateral relations

Chapter 15–16Edit

These sections invest Consulate with the power to amend the Charter under the approval of the Emperor, and defines other factors of the transitional period.

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