The Constitution of The Kazantip Republic

Posted: September 15, 2010 in about, game rules, traditions

[Sunset is a daily tradition]

Article One
The KaZantip Republic is a movable state, which has borders, but no stable area and can occasionally change its position in space. Any populated locality that happened to be in the center of the republic even by its own surprise, automatically becomes the capital of the Republic.

Article Two
The KaZantip Republic is a (former) democratic republic headed by a tyrannical president.
In presidential election held once a year, the PreZident successfully reelects himself, thus ensuring continuity of the totalitarian democratic power.

[7 pasteboard Presidents @ Opening Ceremony 2010. Sometimes one is not enough ;]

Article Three
The Executive and Legislative powers are exercised collectively by the Cabinet of Ministers composed of activists of various kinds of activity, usually sprung from the people. The Minister’s duties include swelling with importance, fabrication of legislations and pretending to be in charge.

Article Four
The KaZantip Republic is a Utopian society focused on achieving the impossible – freedom from social, political and historical clichés, sophistication of citizenship, democracy, culture and order. Since it doesn’t work that way, the Republic is considered nonexistent.

Article Five
Holder of a multiple entry visa is regarded as a citizen of the Republic. Persons possessing a transit or tourist one shall be granted asylum on a first-come, first-served basis and immediately afforded the same rights as the rest of the citizens.

Article Six
BE THE ONE YOU WANNA BE AND LIVE YOUR LIFE YOUR WAY is an indispensable constitutional right of a citizen. FROM THE ONE YOU ARE TO THE ONE YOU COULD BE is a constitutional duty. Citizens neglecting their rights and duties are considered to be idiots and… they may thank themselves for that.

Article Seven
Belief in the reality of miracles is the official religion of the state. Citizens of other faiths aren’t subject to legal prosecution, but thought to be cynical realists better not to mess with for the sake of keeping the faith. Allegedly, so much the worse for them.

[Tradition of launching wish balloons. Some dreams come true ;]

Article Eight
Corn on the cob and fried sunflower seeds are the national food of the Great Nation.

Article Nine
The beach, the sea, the sun, the sky, the palms and the girls serve the purpose of the state and are protected by the law.

Article Ten
Creative intellectuals are the most privileged class of Kazantipian society granted preferences for getting minister’s portfolios, a legal right to jump the toilet queue and an entitlement to be nationally acclaimed.

Article Eleven
Freaks are considered to be the National treasure protected by the Ministry of Culture.

[Freak-cabaret of Nasya Demich, Minister of Freak Culture]

Article Twelve
Kitesurfing is the National Sport of the Republic. CitiZens’ ability to fly guarantees upper-class affiliation and is exceedingly supported by the government.

[Kite beach]

Article Thirteen
A piece of music able to give the Prezident goose bumps is deemed the National Anthem of the Republic. Year by year any new work written and composed by any musically capable citizen may become the National Anthem, provided its ingeniousness and goose bumps’ large-caliberness and agility.

 

 

 

 

 

[Yellow suitcases]

Article Fourteen
The State Fetishes of the Kazantip Republic:
* Republican ViZa
* Yellow suitcase with chromed corners of a standard pattern.

* Mantras:
• FOR A LIFE WITHOUT PANTS, FOR SUMMER AROUND THE WORLD!
• LET THINGS BE THE WAY WE WANT, FOR WE WANT NOTHING WRONG!
• HELL ALL UP, THIS LAND IS OURS!

Article Fifteen
Throughout the Kazantip Republic, love is welcome and encouraged in all of its aspects, but sexual promiscuity. For the avoidance of doubt, there is a special social institution – FAST MARRIED, which meant to legitimate citiZens’ relationships. CitiZens suddenly fallen in love with each other may effect quickie marriage in heaven i.e. get through the Fast Married ceremony. Quantity of heaven-made wedlocks FM is not limited.
And God bless your unions!

Article Sixteen

The Constitution of the Kazantip Republic is the supreme law of the Kazantip Republic required to be read (at least once) by all citiZens of the Republic. The Constitution may be supplemented and modernized ad libitum in accordance with the inspiration of the legislative power and the President.

Ignorance of the constitutional provision excuses no citizen for the consequences of inobservance.

Yo!

The Criminal Code of the Kazantip Republic

Article One

Peeing in an unapproved place is considered a crime within the Kazantip Republic. Citizen who didn’t manage to run up to the nearest free public toilet will be arrested by the Security Service, fined and deported from the republic. (Visa revocation)

Article Two

Incitement of ethnic hatred and unleashing of chauvinistic sentiments within the Kazantip Republic is considered one of the most enormous offences against the national ideology which aims to achieve the world supremacy through peaceful means i.e. through accumulation of the brightest, the most cheerful and genial people from the entire planet. Citizens seen sabotaging the hospitality policy will be arrested by the Morality Police of the Kazantip Republic and deported ruthlessly regardless of their status or ethnicity.

Article Three

Sexual harassment and caddish behavior towards citizens of the Kazantip Republic, however easy to get they may look is penalized under the Criminal Code as severely as any other crime – with deportation. Besides, despite the prevailing atmosphere of free and easy nudism, promiscuous sexual relations in inappropriate places are by no means welcome in the republic. The Fast Married institution (Article 15) is intended to regulate sex life of citizens, so, if anything, the Morality Police won’t hesitate to catch you butt naked in the act of wrongdoing.

 

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  1. […] they haven’t read our history and The Constitution and have no slightest idea that we’re not a festival, but it’s okay. As we wrote in “Kazantip […]

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