The Mauves Collective is established as an entity to provide a safe haven for nations of all sorts to prosper in through trades, aid, shared knowledge and military protection.
The Mauves Collective is based upon the principles of Loyalty and Shared Benefits as a result of Shared Efforts.
The Mauves Collective is a Purple Team alliance.
ARTICLE 2. Membership of the Mauves Collective
a. Membership is open to all nations. Applicants may be subject to research.
b. Membership of the Mauves Collective becomes official when the applicant has signed the Charter.
c. Membership may be revoked by the Chief Officer of the Mauves Collective.
d. The member nation that has its membership revoked does not officially become expelled from the Mauves Collective if the subject can find support from exactly one third or more of the alliance members in a poll.
e. Membership to The Mauves Collective is divided into Soldiers and Citizens. Both enjoy equal rights, yet Soldiers are as a rule dedicated to a strong focus on Military strength.
f. The Mauves Collective is a Purple-oriented alliance. All nations must therefore switch to Purple Team within 14 days of joining The Mauves Collective.
g. Nations that do not switch to Purple within 14 days run the risk of being expelled.
h. All members shall fly 'Mauves Collective' as an AA.
i. Any member leaving within 6 months of signing the Manifest is to repay any outstanding debts to the Mauves Collective, being in this sense, any aid received during that time.
j. Any member leaving after 6 months of signing the Manifest is to repay all outstanding loans that it has received from the Mauves Collective.
ARTICLE 3. The Mauves Collective Government
a. The Mauves Collective Government is formed by the Chief Officer, and the President.
b. The Chief Officer remains in function until he resigns. A new Chief Officer will then be chosen by the resigning Chief Officer.
c. The President is chosen by the members of The Mauves Collective through simple majority vote in bi-monthly elections. The first president will be chosen as soon as the 20-member mark has been hit.
d. The new President and the Chief Officer use the President’s election program to come to a 2-month program which sets the course for the alliance for the following 2 months.
e. The President may appoint secretaries to assist him in his duties.
f. The President may take command of the day to day internal efforts in The Mauves Collective like economics, justice and membership, but the Chief Officer may veto any decision made by the President.
g. When the President resigns, a new President will be chosen within one week.
h. The Chief Commander of The Mauves Collective, or someone designated by the Chief Officer are the only members that can sign treaties or any sort of contracts with external parties.
ARTICLE 4. The Mauves Collective Defense Regulations
a. No member of The Mauves Collective is allowed to declare war on any nation in CN without approval of the government.
b. No member of The Mauves Collective is allowed to aid any nation outside The Mauves Collective without approval of the government.
c. In case of an outside attack, the attack is to be reported to the government. No other action is to be taken by any member.
d. Participation in war-games is mandatory (within the borders of reason) for Soldiers, as is participation in attacks or any other specialized Military Operation.
e. All Soldiers must follow orders concerning military organisation and logistics.
ARTICLE 5. The Mauves Collective High-Court
a. The High Court of The Mauves Collective may be approached by any member to resolve an internal issue and also deals with Court Martial affairs.
b. The High Court consists of the Chief Officer and the President.
c. If no President is currently available, the High Court shall postpone any verdicts until a new President is available.
d. Verdicts of the High Court are binding for all members of The Mauves Collective.