DIRECTIVES FOR THE STATE GOVERNMENT
1. IJzerland is a
2a. The 37
oldest inhabitants of IJzerland will be members of the
Walidaize Hus, which is charged with the supervision on the
actions of the king and that of the Reikewaldufni of the
state, as well as with the appointing of the Haubiūreiks.
2b. The oldest member of the Walidaize Hus is to be
appointed chairman; the second oldest member is to be
2c. Members of the Walidaize Hus are such for life.
2d. Candidate-members may refuse becoming full
2e. Members of the Walidaize Hus can request their
dismissal from the Hus at any time before their death.
2f. Members of the Walidaize Hus can be removed from
their position by 30 of the 37 members, in case there are
sound reasons to doubt the mental capabilities of the
concerning member. Such a member may challenge his removal,
after which the Head of State is to decide upon the
reasonableness of the removal.
2g. In the case a seat in the Walidaize Hus becomes
vacant, after a member was deceased or removed, it will be
offered to the 37th oldest inhabitant of the kingdom of
Reikewaldufni is composed of the Haubiūreiks, the
Galaubeinais Reiks and an indefinite number of Reiks, to be
appointed at will by the Haubiūreiks.
3b. The Reikewaldufni is charged with the government
3c. For the policies it intends to conduct, the
Reikewaldufni is to ask permission to the Walidaize Hus at
all times and without reservation.
Haubiūreiks is appointed by the Walidaize Hus for a term
that is to be determined by the Walidaize Hus. After this
term expires, the Haubiūreiks as well as the Reiks that were
appointed by the Haubiūreiks, resign immediately.
4b. A person can serve more than one time as
Haubiūreiks or as Reiks.
4c. The Galaubeinais Reiks is appointed and dismissed
by the Bope.
5. A member
of the Walidaize Hus cannot be: king of IJzerland,
Haubiūreiks, Galaubeinais Reiks or Reiks in the
6. A member
of the Reikewaldufni cannot be: member of the Walidaize Hus.
Reikewaldufni is obliged to ask the Walidaize Hus for
permission to declare war upon foreign powers.
7b. When a foreign power declares war upon IJzerland,
the Walidaize Hus, represented by its chairman, gives the
Reikewaldufni permission to act as the Reikewaldufni thinks
it right, instantly and without hesitation.
king of IJzerland is the Head of State. This is primarily a
8b. The kingship is hereditary by primogeniture.
8c. The kingship is forfilled until the death of the
king, after which his eldest son or daughter succeeds him
8d. A reigning king who wishes to abdicate, has to
request the Walidaize Hus permission to do so.
8e. A king can be appointed for the periode of ten
days, following the stated in Directive 9a.
8f. In default of a king as Head of State, the throne
is called vacant.
8g. The decision of appointing a new king or letting
the throne remain vacant, is made by the Haubiūreiks; the
Walidaize Hus however has to approve this decision.
8h. When the Walidaize Hus does not approve the
decision made by the Haubiūreiks, the latter has to
9. A new
king can be appointed:
9a. In the situation in which a removed member of the
Walidaize Hus wishes to challenge his removal, following the
stated in Directive 2, and in which there is a vacant throne
following the stated in Directive 8f. In this situation the
members of the Walidaize Hus, the members of the
Reikewaldufni, one representative from each small province
and two representatives from the cities of Miklabaurgs,
Badacho, Ūeihwonohaims and Skaunjos Garuneis gather in a
united meeting in order to appoint a king for a period of
ten days maximum. The appointment is to be made with a
majority of 80% of the votes casted. The only task of the
appointed king is to judge whether the removed member of the
Walidaize Hus was removed rightly. After the judgment is
made, the king abdicates immediately.
9b. For an indefinite period. In the case of a vacant
throne following the stated in Directive 8f, a new king can
be elected out of candidates who will be selected by a Reiks
who will be appointed in the Reikewaldufni for this occasion
only. The king has to be appointed with a majority of 80% of
the votes casted in a united meeting of the members of the
Walidaize Hus, the members of the Reikewaldufni, one
representative from each small province and two
representatives from the cities of Miklabaurgs, Badacho,
Ūeihwonohaims and Skaunjos Garuneis.
provinces in IJzerland are each governed by the
Gaujisgaruni, which is composed of the Haubiūgauja or
Haubiūgaujo and an indefinite number of Gaujans or Gaujons,
appointed by the Haubiūgauja. The Gaujisgaruni is charged
with the government of the province and also functions as
provincial court of justice.
regions in IJzerland are each governed by the Landisgaruni,
which is composed of the Frauja or Fraujo and an indefinite
number of Landisreiks, appointed by the Frauja. The
Landisgaruni is charged with the government of the region
and also functions as a court of appeal.
Witodisgards, which resides in Skaunjos Garuneis, functions
as a court of appeal for the autonomous provinces and as
High Court of Justice for all lawsuits that have passed the
earlier stages. In the latter case the Witodisgards can only
pass verdicts on procedures.