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Subject: Re: Global Governments Federation
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 11:39:40 -0700 (PDT)
From: Eugenia Almand
To: Global Dialogue 2005
Hello, I hope that you are in good health and in good spirits. Thank you for requesting that I serve as an advisor in global government.
Now, to start off, I commend you for your energy and for keeping current and active. Also, I commend you for your groundwork in networking.
Also, again, Thank you for encouraging me to participate in the Global Dialogue 2005.
Now, I hope that there is some way that we are building the same global structure at the same time.
I have found that to build a strong structure, what comes to mind must be tested by reflection among colleagues. It is not sufficient to continually repeat the initial steps of a process. Rather, those who are the leaders in a development have to consult with one another to fortify those excellent structures that have already been defined through hard work, and which are standing a test of time as well.
In this regard, I strongly urge a consideration of the terminology, in this case, of the ten Magna-Regions, to which the world citizens may be residents, and in which they are certainly recognized foremost as world citizens, in conformance with the Earth Constitution.
The ten Magna-Regions unify the Earth on the level of the 1000 World Electoral and Administrative Districts, and form a magna-regional basis for the activities of the Global Peoples Assembly.
Each Magna-Region has administration and only within the particular Magna-Region governed. Yet, the Magna-Region has a global jurisdiction.
These Magna-Regions have been defined by the Earth Constitution across 4 World Constituent Assemblies from 1968 to 1991. In 2004, the Magna-Regions were further delineated by the world legislation of the Provisional World Parliament (WLA#29, the Elections Act).
As an advisor to the Global Dialogue, I urge that there be a full understanding of the critical distinction between the Earth Constitution and the world legislation. Neither can be changed on a whim. However, the world legislation is a body of documentation subject to tremendous cumulative comprehensive expansion, within the parameters of the provisional World Parliament and World Parliament. This is a way in which the Global Dialogue can contribute greatly to the overall process. There needs to be development of the legislation of the Parliament between sessions of Parliament, as it is impossible to draw up measures from scratch right on the Parliament floor. Such a thing just isn't done.
So my vision and understanding of what the Global Dialogue 2005 was or is to be about is along those lines--Legislative development. Wasn't there going to be a construction on the solid foundations already there? So I would think that we really need to be discussing, for instance, "What will be the wording of the legislative bill for the enabling of the global Ombudsmus, which needs to recognize priorities within the framework of the widely recognized human and civil rights?"
This sort of dialogue is urgent, especially since there has already been, strongly established, and agreed upon, constitutional foundation for such legislative action.
So please remind me, if I haven't done so yet, did I get to you the draft for the bill on the World Ombudsmus? I have attached the draft version of the enabling bill. The participation of the Global Dialogue in elaborating the bill would be very much appreciated, as this is something to which participants have already given considerable thought.
I look forward to your correspondence.
Eugenia Almand, Secretary
Provisional World Parliament
--- Global Dialogue 2005
> Global Governments Federation
> July 7th, 2005, Press Realease.
> As a replacement to the United Nations, we are
> proposing the formation
> of 9 or more global governments with one Global
> Constitution. It is
> better to de-centralize the power of Earth
> Government. The reason is
> that a Global Government has a better chance to find
> the right solutions
> to local issues. It can act faster and be more
> Member Nations of these global governments have not
> yet been selected.
> Each Nation Government needs to go through the
> process of a referendum
> asking people if they wish to be a part of a Global
> Government, and
> which is it they wish to be part of. For instance,
> Canada may wish to be
> part of the Global Government of South America. A
> referendum in Canada
> would determine the Global Government the people of
> Canada wish to
> belong to. Earth Government does not force anyone to
> belong in any
> specific Global Government. Through the process of a
> referendum in a
> Member Nation, it is the people of the Member Nation
> who will select the
> Global Government they wish to belong to. During a
> Global Assembly
> Meeting of the Earth Government, Global Parliament
> will accept or reject
> membership of a Nation in a specific Global
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