Charter of the International Congress

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The Charter of the International Congress, also known as simply CIC, is a ...


Article I

Article I of the CIC details the reason for the organizations founding and the goals it hopes to accomplish.

Clause I

The founding of this organization, hereby known as the "Bosato Treaty Organization", is a result of peace negotiations following the Great Ekuosian War. Founding members from both the Allied and Unity agree to the naming of this organization and its headquarters being stationed in the neutral city of Bosato.

Clause II

The goals of this international organization are as follows:

  • Promote peace between nations involved in the Great Ekuosian War
  • Provide a democratic platform for political discussion
  • Provide a necessary, neutral peacekeeping force in the event of regional conflict*
  • Promote global cooperation and trade
  • End slavery on Sahar
  • Provide proper education for all species and classes of Sahar*
  • End or greatly reduce poverty in Sahar*
  • Promote the two freedoms: rhetoric and religion

1. All goals followed by an [*] are the result of amendments

Article II

Article II of the CIC details membership requirements of the International Congress.

Article III

Article III of the CIC details symbols and terminology copyrighted by and relevant to the International Congress.


Founding members

  • Liosol
    • Banh Ngamon, Prime Minister
    • Mang Goechen II, King
    • Sol Monejo, Representative
  • Qonklaks
    • Qō Jilsûw, Chairman
    • Dlag Mātu, 1st Advisor

Subsequent members

  • Komania
    • Qarşaz Mîşayan, Emperor
    • Ṣeberi Maharan, Prime minister
  • Mwamba
    • Yeṡtäm Olboros, Emperor
    • Khümgiraṡ Thâwâlkuwu, Supreme Justice


1. Reorganization of the Bosato Treaty Organization

2. Congress Clause

3. Re-branding as the International Congress

4. Adoption of the Purple Banner

5. Peacekeeper Mandate

6. Regional Organization Clause

The will of the IC must first submit to the power of regional bodies in commercial or cultural disputes.