Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act
by Germain Dufour
Global Community Earth Government (GCEG)
Politics and Justice without borders
GCEG’s commitment to the Global Community to make government and global citizens responsible and accountable
February 26, 2006
During the Ninth Global Meeting of the Global Community Earth Government (GCEG) held in Tripoli, Libya, September 2005, Global Parliament has approved unanimously the Global Constitution. It was decided that Global Parliament shall, jointly with the Global Judiciary and the Earth Executive Council, enact legislation as laid down in the Global Constitution. Chapter 12, on the Exercise of Earth Government competence, and more specifically, Chapters 12.1 and 12.2, on Common provisions, describe the process by which Global Law was enacted.
A very important legislation is the Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act which, after its approval by Global Parliament, will define rights, responsibility and accountability of all global citizens. Each and everyone of us will make decisions, deal with one another, and basically conduct our actions as per the Act. The final document will be brought forward for approval during the Tenth Global Meeting of the Global Community Earth Government , Fall 2006. People from all nations of the world, and all National Governments, are invited to amend the document proposed here today (see Press Release Feb. 26, 2006 ). This document is now a part of Global Dialogue 2006 and is open for questions and discussions. Participate now. Proceedings of Global Dialogue 2006 will show the final version to be brought forward for approval by Global Parliament.
A group project for you: send us your own short version of the Act. It has to be developed from the actual longer version shown here. Depending on the level of participation, we may have different categories for this special project.
Global Parliament will be reviewing all proposals.
During the Ceremonies of Global Dialogue 2006, a special Award will be given to the group with the best short version.
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