Kampala Tatler #16: Benchmark: The Society Constitution

Section I: Life Concept
Article 1. All forms of life (organic and biological) and nature (inorganic, non-living and unseen) are derived from the Divine.
Article 2. Human life must be upheld with respect, dignity and care.
Article 3. Human life is enriched by nature.
Article 4. All persons are to be treated with Tender loving care in all conditions of life and given respect, even, in death.

Section II: Society and its components (communities)

Article 1. All communities are composed of persons, their belongings and resources.
Article 2. All communities are composed of people with aspirations, needs and means.
Article 3. All communities must not antagonize each other, internally or externally, in seeking to address, meet aspirations, needs and by any means.
Article 4. All communities elect leaders to represent them at Society leadership level.
Article 5. All persons have access to ‘open chubby’ 1 or 2.

Section III: Liberties and Freedoms

Article 1. Speech must be promoted in form of dialogue, dumb-expression, meetings, writing or in a form suitable to conditions of persons expressing themselves.
Article 2. Associations must be encouraged as a means of building more representation of people and representative management of Society affairs.
Article 3. Self-development of individuals and communities must be encouraged.

Section IV: Amendments

Article 1. Society is organic and because any unforeseen need or issue that may arise shall be presented to community leadership or open chubby mechanism to be debated upon and added as an amendment. This is in accordance with following the aspiration to govern fairly and expediently.

Section V: Leadership

Section 1. All tiers of leadership should represent the characteristic of communities.
Section 2. Eligibility age for different leadership tiers must be above 15 years and up to 79 years. No other qualification should be used to deny any person from vying for elections and leadership positions.
Section 3. All leaders serve two four (4 year) terms or a maximum of 8 years.
Section 4. In case of death or other unforeseeable action that may cause vacancy of incumbent any person from the community can be nominated and elected to complete a term through by-elections.


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