ES:Ciudadano (Nova Roma)

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Los miembros de Nova Roma, Inc. son ciudadanos de la República de Nova Roma. La Constitución de Nova Roma garantiza los siguientes derechos a los ciudadanos de Nova Roma:

  • 1. Cualquier persona mayor o menor de 18 años puede obtener la ciudadanía.
  • 2. Los ciudadanos pueden aceptar la ciudadanía en nombre de sus hijos menores o como tutor de un menor de 18 años (segun las leyes macronacionales del país de origen). A estos ciudadanos se los conocerá como impuberes.
  • 3. La ciudadanía está abierta a cualquiera, sea cual sea su herencia étnica, sexo, creencia religiosa u orientación sexual.
  • 4. La ciudadanía se puede perder de manera involuntaria según los supuestos establecidos por la ley, así mismo se puede renunciar voluntariamente notificándolo a los censores o realizando una declaración ante al menos tres testigos.
  • 5. Impuberes may have their citizenship relinquished on their behalf by their parent or legal guardian (as defined by relevant macronational law) by notification of the censors or by public statement before three or more witnesses.

The following rights of the citizens who have reached the age of 18 are guaranteed by the Constitution, but this enumeration cannot be taken to exclude other rights that citizens may possess:

  • 1. Complete authority over their own personal and household rites, rituals, and beliefs, pagan or otherwise; except where this Constitution mandates participation in the rites of the Religio Romana, such as the case of magistrates and Senators;
  • 2. The right and obligation to remain subject to the civil rights and laws of the countries in which they reside and/or hold citizenship, regardless of their status as dual citizens of Nova Roma;
  • 3. The right to vote in elections as members of their various comitia on matters brought before the people in such manner as described in this Constitution;
  • 4. The right to participate in all public fora and discussions, and the right to reasonably expect such fora to be supported by the State. Such communications, regardless of their content, may not be restricted by the State, except where they represent an imminent and clear danger to the Republic. Such officially sponsored fora may be expected to be reasonably moderated in the interests of maintaining order and civility;
  • 5. The right of provocatio; to appeal a decision of a magistrate that has a direct negative impact upon that citizen to the comitia populi tributa;
  • 6. The right to privacy; security in one's home, person, and property; and authority over one's home, person, and property. Homes may not be searched, persons may not be detained, and property may not be seized, except by judicial ruling or by a special provision of law;
  • 7. The right to seek and receive assistance and advice from the State in matters of religious and social disputes occurring both within and outside the direct jurisdiction of Nova Roma; and,
  • 8. The right to pursue business enterprises within Nova Roma through the institution of the ordo equester (equestrian order), and the right to receive reasonable encouragement to build a strong economy through Roman-oriented commerce; the only restrictions being those informational and other materials copyrighted by the State, which shall remain the property of the State.
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