The Recognition of Foreign Powers Act

Recognition of Foreign Powers Act

 

Section 1

Article 1 – The Ruling Emperor/Empress shall be granted the power to make Declarations of Recognition.

Article 2 – The Minister of Foreign Affairs shall be granted the power to make Declarations of Recognition.

Article 3 – Declarations of Recognition shall specify one entity. The Declaration shall grant the recognition of the Imperial Government of Norton II in Exile that the entity is a sovereign power.

Article 4 – Recognition may be revoked at any time by the Ruling Emperor/Empress, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Prime Minister, or the Assembly of Nobles.

 

Section 2

Article 5 – Recognition shall not be granted where such would offend the dignity of the Imperial Government in Exile.

Article 6 – Recognition shall not be granted to entities that are directly and legally subordinate to another sovereign power, unless directed to do so by the Ruling Emperor/Empress by Royal Proclamation.

Article 7 – Should a recognized entity become subordinate to another sovereign power, recognition of the subordinate entity may be revoked.

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