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Official UoE Coat of Arms
UoE Motto: "Audaces Fortuna Iuvat"
Team Color Blue team Blue
Founded 05/02/10
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AllianceStats Statistics as of 02/06/10

Total Nations 34
Strength
446,972
30-day net gain
Avg. Strength 13,146
Nukes 33
Rank 159
Score 1.94
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The Union of Empires (UoE) is a growing blue team alliance. As its name suggests it is a union of empires, that is to say, a community of bold people. Within the first two weeks of their formation, they have jumped to 400k in strength with 30 quality members in their community. They have begun setting up tech deals and trade circles, pushed for recruitment, and established a premium education service and exam. The Union also signed into the Nueva Sangre bloc, governed and protected by AZTEC. And surely have a positive future.

One can find the Union on #UoE on the Coldfront network.


Explanation of Roles Edit

  • The Crown Holder: Head of State/Government
  • The Crown Advisor: Governmental Advisor
  • The Domestic Secretary: Internal Affairs
  • The Foreign Secretary: Foreign Affairs
  • The Financial Secretary: Economics
  • The Military Secretary: Military
  • Privy Councillor: Administrative Advisor
  • General Councillor: Elected Official
  • Member State: Alliance Member

Policy Edit

Whereas The Union of Empires was founded on the basis that fortune favours the bold. "Audaces Fortuna Iuvat"

Article I., of the Domestic SecretariatEdit

Terms of AdmissionEdit

Before being eligible to become a Member State of The Union of Empires applicants must:

  • Switch their team colour to blue;
  • Be clear of all offensive wars;
  • Be clear of any debt to former alliances;
  • Place 'The Union of Empires' as their alliance affiliation;
  • Fill out the Member Registration Application.

After filling out the Member Registration Application the proper authority will assess the applicant and application.

Terms of LeaveEdit

Before being eligible to have a legal leave from of The Union of Empires Member States must:

  • Be clear of any debt to the alliance;
  • Notify the proper authority;
  • Remove 'The Union of Empires' from their alliance affiliation.

To ensure a peaceful and friendly leave Member States must be clear of any/all debts and have notified the proper authority.

Domestic DoctrineEdit

The Union of Empires dictates a Domestic Front based on the following:

  • Immigration, whereas the proper authority oversees the process of encouraging Foreign States to become Member States of The Union of Empires, a minimum quota of seven hundred - unless otherwise specified - weekly contact messages to Foreign States must be made. The proper authority must screen Foreign States based on the age, size and quality of their nation state. No Foreign State will be contacted unless they demonstrate considerable decorum;
  • Emigration, whereas the proper authority oversees the process of negotiating terms of leave and assessing those who wish to renounce their affiliation to The Union of Empires;
  • Education, whereas the proper authority oversees the process of mentoring Member States through the Education Programme. The proper authority will be responsible for all forms of grading and structuring the Education Programme;
  • News, whereas the proper authority oversees the process of distributing knowledge, information and news to Member States of The Union of Empires through contact messages and a weekly newspaper within The Union of Empires community.

Article II., of the Foreign SecretariatEdit

Terms of AdmissionEdit

Before being eligible to become a Foreign Diplomat to The Union of Empires applicants must:

  • Fill out the Embassy Registration Application

After filling out the Embassy Registration Application the proper authority will assess the applicant and application before creating an embassy.

Foreign DoctrineEdit

The Union of Empires dictates a Foreign Front based on the following:

  • Treaties, whereas the proper authority oversees the process of presenting and reviewing foreign treaties with other alliances. The proper authority must also present foreign treaties to the General Council for review. Additionally, the proper authority will also maintain and enforce foreign treaties that have been put into effect;
  • Embassies, whereas the proper authority oversees the maintaining both The Union of Empires' Embassies within another alliance and Embassies within The Union of Empires;
  • Other Alliances, whereas the proper authority oversees the advancement or maintaining of relations with other alliances regardless of team colour, method of governance or history.

Article III., of the Financial SecretariatEdit

Terms of (Financial) AidEdit

Before being eligible for Financial Aid Member States must:

  • Have a minimum of fifteen days seniority;
  • Have completed the Education Programme;
  • Fill out the Financial Aid Registration Application;

After filling out the Financial Aid Registration Application the proper authority will assess the applicant and application.

Financial StructureEdit

Member States of The Union of Empires will be categorized into three sections based on the amount of infrastructure levels they currently possess, these sections will dictate their eligibility for aid and development. The three sections are as follows:

  • First World (4,000+ infrastructure levels);
  • Second World (2,000 - 3,999 infrastructure levels);
  • Third World (1 - 1,999 infrastructure levels).
Financial DoctrineEdit

The Union of Empires dictates a Financial Front based on the following:

  • Financial Aid, whereas the proper authority oversees the process of distributing Financial Aid based on eligibility and a Member States' categorization in the Financial Structure. Financial aid is broken down into three sections; Starter's Aid, Emergency Aid and Developmental Aid - in which the latter two are requested while Starter's Aid is given after the completion of the Education Programme. Developmental Aid is typically distributed to several Member States en masse;
  • Trades, whereas the proper authority oversees the placement of Member States into self-sufficient Trade Circles based on their native resources and overall activity within daily affairs. Trade circles are typically self-sufficient, however, the proper authority may require Foreign States to participate in such Trade Circles;
  • Tech Deals, whereas the proper authority creates and maintains self-sufficient Tech Deals based on a Member States' Financial Structure and overall activity within daily affairs. Alike Trade Circles, Tech Deals are typically self-sufficient, however, the proper authority may require Foreign States to participate within them.

Article IV., of the Military SecretariatEdit

Terms of (Military) AidEdit

Before being eligible for Military Aid Member States must:

  • Have a minimum of five days seniority;
  • Have completed the Education Programme or be in the process of the Education Programme;
  • Have been recorded for a military roll call;
  • Notify the proper authority.

After notifying the proper authority all steps will be taken to ensure the safety of the Member State.

Military StructureEdit

Member States of The Union of Empires will be categorized into five sections based on the strength of their nation state, these sections will dictate the coordination of the military. The five sections are as follows:

  • First Division (0 - 999 nation strength) ;
  • Second Division (1,000 - 3,999 nation strength);
  • Third Division (4,000 - 11,999 nation strength);
  • Fourth Division (12,000 - 19,999 nation strength);
  • Fifth Division (20,000+ nation strength).
Military DoctrineEdit

The Union of Empires dictates a Military Front based on the following:

  • Military Aid, whereas the proper authority monitors the need of Member States for protection and security, and if necessary to commit Military Aid. Military Aid can be simplified into either the aid of military forces or direct involvement from another Member State;
  • Organization, whereas the proper authority maintains an efficient structure of Member States to create a professional military force. Achieved through monitoring placement in the Military Structure direct combat training;
  • Cooperation, whereas the proper authority ensures the cooperation of the military force on two levels: cooperation to the state/government and cooperation among Member States who are structured within the military.

Article V., of the General CouncilEdit

Terms of ElectionEdit

Before being eligible for election Member States must:

  • Have a minimum of twenty-five days seniority;
  • Have completed the Education Programme;
  • Have been recorded for a military roll call;
  • Fill out the Election Registration Application;
  • Make a valid campaign topic after the acceptance of their application;

After filling out the Election Registration Application the proper authority will asses the applicant and application. Elections will take place once every two months, on the eighth day of the month - whereas the first five days of the month are used for filling out the Election Registration Application and campaigning and the next three days are used for Member States to elect applicants.

Council StructureEdit

The General Council will be composed of the following positions:

  • Crown Holder;
  • Crown Advisor;
  • General Councillors.
LegislationEdit

All those in the General Council represent Legislation, they may present, discuss and vote on Bills of Legislation.

Article VI., of the Privy CouncilEdit

Terms of AdmissionEdit

Before being eligible for admission Member States must:

  • Have a minimum of fifty days seniority;
  • Have completed the Education Programme;
  • Have been recorded for a military roll call;
  • Have held an occupation for a minimum of twenty-five days;
  • Undergo an interview with the proper authority.

After undergoing an interview, the proper authority will asses the applicant.

Privy StructureEdit

The Privy Council will be composed of the following positions:

  • Crown Holder;
  • Crown Advisor;
  • Secretaries;
  • Privy Councillors.
AdministrationEdit

All those in the Privy Council represent Administration, they may present, discuss and vote on reforms to the Secretariats.

Article VII., of SocietyEdit

Union Civil CodeEdit

The Union of Empires rectifies society in three manners:

VII.1.1. of Roles and Occupations,

  • Crown Holder, who reserves the right to appoint and remove the Crown Advisor, Privy Councillors, Secretaries and General Councillors from their occupations. Who reserves the right to remove or suspend the status of Member States. Who reserves the right to assign tasks to Secretaries. Who reserves the right to bypass Legislation and downturn Bills of Legislation. And, who reserves the right to bypass Administration;
  • Crown Advisor, who reserves the right to appoint and remove Privy Councillors and Secretaries from their occupations upon given permission from the Crown Holder. Who reserves the right to suspend the status of a Member State. Who reserves the right to assign tasks to Secretaries upon given permission from the Crown Holder. And, who reserves the right to downturn Bills of Legislation;
  • Privy Councillor, who reserves the right to nominate Member States to the occupation of Privy Councillor or Secretary;
  • Domestic Secretary, who reserves the right to downturn assigned tasks. Who reserves the right to alter already-existing attributes in their secretariat. Who reserves the right to pass or fail Member States from the Education Programme. Who reserves the right to suspend the status of Member States. And who reserves the right to appeal to the Privy Council for reforms to be made to their secretariat;
  • Foreign Secretary, who reserves the right to downturn assigned tasks. Who reserves the right to alter already-existing attributes in their secretariat. Who reserves the right to sign foreign treaties with given permission from the Crown Holder. And who reserves the right to appeal to the Privy Council for reforms to be made to their secretariat;
  • Financial Secretary, who reserves the right to downturn assigned tasks. Who reserves the right to alter already-existing attributes in their secretariat. Who reserves the right to approve or deny Financial Aid. And who reserves the right to appeal to the Privy Council for reforms to be made to their secretariat;
  • Military Secretary, who reserves the right to downturn assigned tasks. Who reserves the right to alter already-existing attributes in their secretariat. Who reserves the right to approve or deny Military Aid. And who reserves the right to appeal to the Privy Council for reforms to be made to their secretariat;
  • General Councillor, who reserves the right to nominate Member States to the occupation of Privy Councillor or Secretary. Who collectively reserve the right to appoint and remove Privy Councillors from their occupation upon given consent from the Crown Holder or Crown Advisor. And who, collectively reserve the right to suspend the status of Member States;
  • Member State, who collectively reserve the right to nominate Member States to the occupation of Privy Councillor or Secretary. Who reserves the right to elect General Councillors during an election. Who collectively reserve the right to remove Privy Councillors and Secretaries from their occupations with given consent from the Crown Holder or Crown Advisor and with ten supporting Member States. Who collectively reserve the right to suspend the status of Member States with ten supporting Member States.
ExpectationsEdit
  • Crown Holder, who is expected to uphold Legislation and Administration. Who is expected to present weekly tasks to Secretaries. Who is expected to sign Bills of Legislation and foreign treaties. Who is expected to respond promptly to any measure of contact from any Member State. And who is expected to uphold the liberties of all Member States;
  • Crown Advisor, who is expected to uphold Legislation and Administration. Who is expected to sign Bills of Legislation and foreign treaties. Who is expected to respond promptly to any measure of contact from any Member State. And who is expected to uphold the liberties of all Member States;
  • Privy Councillor, who is expected to uphold Administration. Who is expected to respond promptly to any measure of contact from any Member State;
  • Domestic Secretary, who is expected to complete given tasks. Who is expected to oversee Immigration, Emigration, Education and the News. Who is expected to monitor and encourage new Member States through the Education Programme. Who is expected to post a bi-weekly news address in the News Agency with: an address from the Crown Holder and the latest news. Who is expected to oversee the recruitment of Foreign States. And who is expected to respond promptly to any measure of contact from any Member State;
  • Foreign Secretary, who is expected to complete given tasks. Who is expected to oversee Foreign Treaties, Embassies and Foreign Relations. Who is expected to monitor Diplomat States and their Embassies. Who is expected to maintain relations with other alliances. Who is expected to present, review and sign foreign treaties. And who is expected to respond promptly to any measure of contact from any Member State;
  • Financial Secretary, who is expected to complete given tasks. Who is expected to oversee Financial Aid, Trades, Tech Deals and the Financial Structure. Who is expected to approve or deny Financial Aid. Who is expected to create and maintain Trade Circles as well as Tech Deals. Who is expected to monitor and maintain the Financial Structure. And who is expected to respond promptly to any measure of contact from any Member State;
  • Military Secretary, who is expected to complete given tasks. Who is expected to oversee Military Aid, Organization and Cooperation. Who is expected to approve or deny Military Aid. Who is expected to monitor and maintain the Military Structure. And who is expected to respond promptly to any measure of contact from any Member State;
  • General Councillor, who is expected to uphold Legislation. And who is expected to respond promptly to any measure of contact from any Member State;
  • Member State, who is expected to elect General Councillors during an election. And who is expected to be respectful, active and contributing to The Union of Empires.
RightsEdit

Herein, all Member States, regardless of role, occupation or any other creed shall enjoy the Rights of:

  • Liberty, free speech, political representation, political affiliation, orientations;
  • Equality, equal representation, equal opportunities, equal voice;
  • Community, respectful community, active community, contributing community.

Treaties Edit

  • Protectorate of the AZTEC bloc
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