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The Federal Government of

The Imperium of Diamond's

ID's Global Security Concern of Private Companies

[ID's GSCPC], Basic Law of Institution, The Central Code of Institution

28. August 2017


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The Institution & General Council of Institution

Code 1
The Institution is established as a commercial subject of a private security agency at an organized level under the form of Incorporated (INC.), This document being the Central Code of the Institution.


Code 2
The Central Code of the Institution is the founding order of the Institution and determines the performance of an Institutional Function, describing only the founding facts of the legal form of the Institutions internal offices.

Code 3

The Institution is established with the Headquarters in the Federation, and so are the addresses of the central offices and properties of the Institution, in the main legal representation by the Federation government.


Code 4
The Institution is based on the objective of a legal purpose, in accordance with the international principles of security, human rights and the duty of official authority over the principles of the International Convention Against the Recruitment, Use, Financing and Training of Mercenaries, the United Nations Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms By the Law Enforcement Officials, The Montreux Document on Pertinent International Legal Obligations and Good Practices for States Related to Operations of Private Military and Security Companies During Armed Conflict, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, As documents by the nature of the basic knowledge obligation of each employee and partner of the Institution.


Code 5
Institutions must own and have the right to use contact network communications, personal mail, telephone, fax and email, telegraph, and free media cooperation as well as the right to use bank accounts or finance and legal rights. Another option is only allowed in a special condition with a demonstration obligation.


Code 6
The Institution's primary objective is to enable the linkage between all federal and foreign groups of private military, security, detective, espionage and cyber security services, the current core of the organization and the founding team of the General Council of the Institution.


Code 7
The Institution shall also allow the connection between all federal and foreign groups of Independent Armies to be grouped in the Institution Council and thereby establish its own activity as a Private Commercial Society if the Army Group is its own basis of origin based on a legal function without opposition to International Law and without serious criminal Accountability before International Courts. In responsibility for Article 21, CCI.

 

Code 8
The General Council of the Institution performs;

a. Regular joint meetings of organization and representation,

b. Coordination with international and federal observers,

c. Logistics management Outsourced partnership and self-interest,

d. Organization of executive units and development of strategies,

e. Organizing training and education for units,

f. Administration of contracts and the establishment of contracts,

g. Logistic support for the development and use of Corporate Networks,

h. Communicating with the Institutional Bank,

i. Institution development through a common international logistics of member Institutions,

j. Coordination with the Health Intelligence Council,

k. In theory, the logistical development of the Intelligence of the Central Code.


Code 9
​The basic composition of the General Council is the group composed of the Categories; Military, Security, Detective, Spyware. Each category is based on the specific nature of logistics and performance. The purpose of Logistics of the General Council of the Institution, together with the Strategy of the Bank and the Administration of Trade Department, is to develop the category of activities of the Institution Services according to the strategic Commercial and Security Purposes.


Code 10
Category Military Council;

a. List of Military Activities.


Code 11
Categories Security Council;

a. List of Security Activities.


Code 12
Categories Detective Council;

a. List of Detective Activities.


Code 13
Category Secret Intelligence Council;

a. List of Secret Activities.


Code 14
The General Council must consist primarily of persons professionally knowledgeable;

a. International law, humanitarian law and human rights,

b. Strategic Commander and Operator for Army, Security, Espionage, and Investigation,

c. Technology Defense and Competition Strategist,

d. The unit contact in a mission,

e. The Peacekeeper and negotiator,

f. Representative for communication with authorities Institutions,

g. Observer of Public and Private Messages,

h. Representative of the International Partnership and Diplomatic Networks,

i. A representative of International Opposition and Conflict Network logistics,

j. Representative of the Monopoly Council,

k. An observer from the International Parties,

i. The writer of the Chronicle.


Code 15
Signatory Companies commit to the following, as set forth in this Code;

a. To operate in accordance with this Code,

b. To operate in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, and in accordance with relevant corporate standards of business conduct,

c. Operate in a manner that recognizes and supports the rule of law; Respects human rights, and protects the interests of their clients,

d. Take steps to establish and maintain an effective internal governance framework in order to prevent, monitor, report and effectively address the adverse impacts on human rights,

e. To provide a means of responding to and resolving allegations of activity that violates any applicable national or international law or this Code,

f. To cooperate in good faith with national and international authorities exercising proper jurisdiction, in particular with regard to national and international investigations of violations of national and international criminal law, of violations of international humanitarian law or of violations of human rights.


Code 16
A Private Company benefiting from the Institution;

a. Profit Institution is a common profit, one Legal Entity,

b. Leasing of own power to the Institution,

c. Possibility of own rent of Institutional forces,

d. Open contact and co-organized space of organized business,

e. Training of Company in Advenced level,

f. The right to privately use Institutional Technology,

g. The company uses contacts with the Corporate Network,

h. The Private Company owns a Corporate branch's under the direction of an Institution,

i. The Private Company has the Institutional Rights of Investment Logistics

j. Political position with right for Diplomatic agreement's.


Code 17
Institutions such as the General Council profit from logistics;

a. Leasing of private companies and their own commercial use,

b. Commercial Use of Owned Institutions,

c. General Council Orders and Profit Institutions,

d. Information sales and market,

e. Market management of corporate networks, Exchange,

f. Administration of market cooperation between partner corporations, Exchange,

g. Construction of Infrastructure,

h. Pharmaceutical and health technology production, Stock Exchange.,

i. Institutional Hospital Administration.,

j. Education and licenses, schools.,

k. Scientific creation and development.,

l. Subsidies and Production Payouts from the Central Bank of the Federation,

m. Services for the Federation,

n. Prison Administration,

o. Receiving prisoners into practice,

p. Training,

q. Processing of hazardous materials,

e. Investment Bank Institutional Strategy,

r. Establishment of Own Investment Assets,

s. Equity papers Investments, Institutions as non-resale property.


Code 18
Private Companies have the right to Institutional membership permanent and unstable.


Code 19
Private companies Institutions as unstable members may have a limited function.


Code 20
Private Companies Institutions as permanent members have equal rights and the right to use the Institution as the General Council in the form of a single legal person. The Institution is a single legal entity, and member groups of the Private Companies are logistics, organizers and executives on behalf of the Institution.


Code 21
Permanent Companies, Private Companies or Armed Group's which dont have Intelligence knowledge on Legal principles, have right for their membership in Institution only when a member alow on management of member-activity be the own logistic of the General Council of Institution.


Code 22
Private companies with permanent membership in the Institution have the task of utilizing the cooperation with the Business Management Unit and thereby to establish further strategic performance of Institutional Logistics at the level of commercial services and the performance of the Institution.


Code 23
Contractor Acquires Employees Institution, and arranges missions. Contractor's work is performed by the General Council of the Institution, the Diplomatic Council, the Law Offices, and the Business Management Department.


Code 24
Employee earnings are maintained;

a. Media cooperation,

b. Agreements between States, Agencies and Institutions,

c. Agreements Between Comercial Agencies for Job Offers,

d. Private advertising,

e. Private negotiation,

f. Legally available resources.


Code 25
Acquires Business Clients;

a. The Federation,

b. Services Institutions,

c. Services to member companies,

d. Agreements between States, Agencies and Institutions,

e. Agreements with Independent Companies,

f. Private advertising,

g. Private negotiation.


Code 26
Contractor Institutions have the right to pursue activities only in the territory of the Federal Jurisdiction and the foreign territory that establishes the Commercial Branch of the Institution, as well as in the territories of the States which allow the performance of this work on their territory under bilateral and multilateral agreements. The private function of the Private Company for the purpose of earning staff is as subcontractor.


Code 27
General Council The Institution, composed of all member private societies, has the obligation to write in the General Ledger all dates of the meeting, the number of meeting members, the agenda and the record of joint calls, and copies of officially used documents, information and materials.


Code 28
The General Ledger must also include a listing of all orders, their clients, and a description of the mission, mission strength involved, as well as information on all external relations of the Institution, including diplomatic relations and activities administered and organized by the Institutional Council. The General Book is then transferred to the Administration Archive.


Code 29
As a center of internationally organized logistics, the Institution thus makes it possible to use force of joint forces and operations of all forms of Private Security Societies with membership in the Institution and therefore to use joint pooling strategies for the goal of dominance from joint building and growth to promote the stability of the World Security Activities in favor of states.


Code 30
The Institution is not intended for the purpose of enabling mercenaries, violent acts, aggression and the establishment of conflicts or other actions for the purpose of damaging the sovereignty of any legitimate State, or violation of the principles of international law and justice; therefore, the name and interest of the Institution in public and legal Proportion of the purpose of the crime.


Code 31
An Institutional organization is dependent on its own purpose for the purpose of organizing itself, for the sake of its own decision on the agreement, on the basis of a responsible taxes and in accordance with international law.


Code 32
The Institution and its service of the Office shall not be dependent on its own function in the principles of religious and cultural rules or in the principal strategy according to philosophical models. Official Functions Institutions are determined according to the strategy of their own budgets and geographic strength, in accordance with federal and international legal conditions.


Code 33
The Institution is represented by the General Council of the Institution (hereinafter referred to as the Council of the Institution) consisting of a logistics linking all the world members of the member private security companies, which together form a single democratic authority that determines the Institution's strategies and performance as an organization.


Code 34
Each entity of a Private Society with membership in the Institution, using its own General Council, as the origin of a private company and its elected representative, for the purpose of meeting in the General Council of the Institution, and achieving the capabilities of supporting the Institution's joint logistics and common organizational benefits to all members of the Institution, Joint forces and staff to serve as one consortium person.


Code 35
Signatory Companies will ensure that all Personnel performing Security Services receive initial and recurrent professional training and are fully aware of this Code and all applicable international and relevant national laws, including those relating to international human rights, international humanitarian law, international criminal law And other relevant criminal law. Signatory Companies will keep records adequate to demonstrate attendance and results from all professional training sessions, including from practical exercises.


Code 36
Each entity of the Private Company and, together with the Institution's Business Management Department, has open rights to use the name of the Institution to organize new contracts of cooperation with clients.


Code 37
Institutions may not perform services for any client requesting the execution of criminal activity and crime or actions that lead to damage to justice and international law and therefore the intelligence of the Institution's staff must always be trained in the interest of prevention of crime support and its cooperation.


Code 38
Signatory Companies will only, and will require their personnel, only, guard, transport, question detained or active in service of the Institution if: (a) the Company has been specifically contracted by a state or private person; And (b) its Personnel are trained in the applicable national and international law. Signatory Companies will and will require their personnel to treat all detained persons in a humane and consistent manner with their status and protection under applicable human rights law or international humanitarian law, including in particular prohibitions on torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.


Code 39
Signatory companies that have not been staffed in the field of International Law and Humanitarian Affairs have all the necessary duties for their active membership in the Institution, only if their management and service is provided under the responsible management of the General Council of the Institution, Have certified all qualities and active all obligations.


Code 40
The King of the Federation has the right to elect its ally from the members of the General Council of the Institution for the purpose of his representative representation for the Institution of the Royal Council as a representative of the Institution of Unified Private Companies, ID's Global Security Concern of Private Companies.


Code 41
The Federation King and representatives of the Royal Council, as well as the representative of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Federation Army, have the right to sit in the Institutions Council, to represent joint co-operation strategies, and to decide to stop the decision of the Council's Institution's decision.


Code 42
The United Nations Supervisory Officer and other Supervisory Organizations, which is related to the current General Council Institution's deliberations, therefore has full rights to sit in the General Council of the Institution and to carry out supervisory work with the right to logistically participate in peace talks.


Code 43
The Council of the Institution is then divided into the logistics format of the Council's internal bodies, as a division by member society category, the Military Service, Security Services, Cyber-Security, Detective Services, and the Main Internal Council of the Institution.


Code 44
Each section of the Council of the Institution as a Private Security and Military Company with membership in the Institution, according to its own category, represents its own categorical planning in democracy, thereby creating a synchronization of the Council of Institution's common interest according to the best suitability for the Institution's objective and common agreement between all sections of the Institution's Main Parties.


Code 45
Private Society as a group member of the Institutions Council, with its legal office in status of the territory and jurisdiction of the Federation, has the main rights of presentation and targeted support of Institutional Authorities, interests related to federation and international parties.


Code 46
The Council Institution establishes the head office of the Institution which splits the management of functions composed of other offices under the internal network of the organizational performance plans being built or depending on the active functions of the organized network towards its own development strategy. The Office represents the officially certified persons of the Institutions.


Code 47
Every Office in the Institution has its General Counsel. The General Representative must be fully qualified in the field of his/her official representation, thus allowing theoretically from practice to develop the Office's Operating Code, in cooperation with the Administration Council. Each Office uses its own Operating Rules, which is a sub-chapter of the Central Code of the Institution.


Code 48
The Operational Order of Offices is set up, the Federation Government, the Institutions' Advocacy Council, the General Council and the Supervisory Board of the Institution.


Code 49
If the Government of the Federation permits or issues a partial authorization, the Council of the Institution, as a body composed of member Private Companies, has the right to an official function in basic and principal matters, to impose its own offices of a Private Company domiciled in the Federation or abroad, Established infrastructure of the International Bureau of Logistics of the Single Institution.


Code 50
The General Council of the Institution, together with representatives of the federal government, has the right to activate the development plan and, in accordance with these plans, to establish a new logistics office with performance related to the intelligence of the development plan.


Code 51
The Council of the Institution shall have the right to promote the management of the property capabilities of the Institutions' army, espionage and security technology, and to promote their development, to enable the best abilities in the Institution's joint activities.


Code 52
The Board of the Institution is the first partner to the Institutional Bank and as the main person who determines the Institution's strategic development of the Bank's financial costs and for the purpose of modernizing and strengthening its forces, staffing and ensuring stable budgets for missions.


Code 53
The Council of the Institution also has the right to establish its own logistics with the purpose of supporting information on the development of military activity and planning in the Federation and abroad.


Code 54
The Council of the Institution represents an organized security network and therefore the Institution is a political logistic body with the authority to take steps to negotiate at International level for the purpose of the World Security.


Code 55
Council The Institution uses the Institutions' offices to monitor and gain data from international events that are consequently used in favor of the Institution and the establishment of new self-development goals as well as the expansion of the network of its own clients.


Code 56
The Council of the Institutions has the right to create and establish contractual strategies, as well as a bilateral and multilateral network of international agreements Institutions at the level of partnerships with governments of governments, organizations, independent legal Institutions, banks and business agents, other strategically important persons.


Code 57
The Council of the Institutions and the Institutions shall not use the principles of their own independent bilateral and multilateral treaties that are contrary to the principles of federally recognized and used bilateral and multilateral law agreements, or is prohibit be the Federal jurisdiction.


Code 58
The Council of the Institution has the right to create logistics of its own bilateral and multilateral treaties, distinct from Federally Recognized Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements only if legally permitted by the Federal Government and the Government of the other Party's Subjects of Origin or the Right of Jurisdiction.


Code 59
The Council of the Institution has the rights to create its own theoretical proposals for legalization of the Military and Security Law in the territory of the Federation, and thereby also to develop a proposal for the development of jurisdiction or the development of Federal Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements on the Armed Forces, Security, Investigation and Espionage issues.


Code 60
The Board of the Institution establishes strategies for partner Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements as well as between Private and Governmental Institutions and Agencies, Military, Security, Detective, Spy Functions of Legal Functions.


Code 61
The Council of the Institution is responsible for respecting and empowering to represent the interests of the Federation and thereby to promote the development of federal interests at International level.


Code 62
The Council of the Institution is also entitled, in the event of destabilization of the Federal authorities, by the right to establish the Federal Government's logistics office and thereby to support the functions of the federation and government stabilization processes, and by performing such logistics by the Provisional Authority in accordance with the principles and objectives of the controlling management, Also in accordance with International law.


Code 63
In the event of a destabilization of the federal government, the Council of the Institution has the right to use legal rights designed to ensure the investigation of Federal interests at International level.


Code 64
Institutions and their own logistics have always the duty, in international matters, to respect the status of the body of responsibility of federal jurisdiction and the legal relations of the principles of International law by force on behalf of the federal government.


Code 65
The Monopoly Council is based on experts in the policy strategy and corporate practices of public controversial manipulation, establishing a strategy for the use of international information incentives to create a tacitly societal influence strategy for the purpose of the Institution's targeted interest.


Code 66
The Monopoly Council may use its own practices only for the purpose of the prevention of crime, terrorism and conflict or of acts of war. Monopoly strategies must not be misused to harm an innocent and peaceful person or entity, state or government.


Code 67
The Monopoly Council uses cooperation with the Diplomatic Council of the Institution for the purpose of establishing contacts and partnership alliances with the International Security Intelligence Network under the Governments of the States and the Institutions of the States, thereby enabling common direct links to coordinate and counter operational cooperation between peoples for the purpose of joint protection and peace stability , Even the weakening of the enemy and the threat to peace.


Code 68
The Monopoly Council analyzes every day;

a. World Media, Press, Television and Radio, News and Public Information,

b. Geography of the Global Economy, Society and Civilization Development,

c. Political and Business positions with their own international network,

d. Fundamental reports on espionage of criminal subjects,

e. Information from interrogations of detainees,

f. Logistical information from sources of the International Information Partnership,

g. Founding Facts.


Code 69
The data evaluated by the Monopoly Council are further elaborated on Monopoly manipulation logistics, for the purpose of designing strategies in the interests of the Institution, determining the ability to influence society, irrigated movements and groups, organizations, political centers, economics and other internationally important entities, Strategic coordination or manipulation, achievement of the purposes of the Monopoly Council for Crime Prevention, Terrorism, Conflict and Violation of Criminal Acts, for blockation.


Code 70
Each member of the Monopoly Council has its own identity protected by the Institution's internal administration, and each operates anonymously.


 

The Diplomatic Council


 

Code 71
The Council of the Institution for the purpose of international communication and the right of organization is also composed of the Diplomatic Council which is activated for the purposes of international communication, coordination, negotiation and notification to the other parties to the Federation and abroad.


Code 72
The Diplomatic Council acts on behalf of the legal position of the Institution, with authority on behalf of the Federal Government, and under such a statute of legal protection.


Code 73
The Diplomatic Council is primarily organized by a network of logistic services

a. Intelligence Center of Diplomacy,

b. Center of International Legal Science,

c. Center for Economic Planning and Analysis,

d. International Economic Cooperation Planning Center,

e. Center for Organized Economic Cooperation,

f. The International Political Communication Unit,

g. The International Institutional Communication Unit,

h. International Business Communications Department,

i. International Health Communications Unit,

j. International Educational Communication Unit,

k. International Media Communication,

l. International Work Communication Unit,

m. International Security Cooperation Logistics Unit,

n. Department of International and Geographic Planning,

p. International Consular Branches,

q. International Information Centers,

r. Information and statistical center,

s. Conference Center,

t. Partner Union of Health,

u. Health communication and organization,

v. Diplomatic cooperation of health care,

i. Postal, Telecommunication and Intelligence centralization services,

ii. Transport, Cargo, Logistics.


Code 74
The Representation of Federation, Administration office, Council of Institution selected for staff of the Diplomatic Council, which is formed by a member of the General Council of the Institutions and staff of its own employees of a Private Company or Institution, thus establishing the Diplomatic Council, divided into a team composed of individuals;

a. Knowledge of Army, Security, Detective, or Spy Work practice,

b. Law Office and Legal Communications, Diplomacy and Policy,

c. Economics and Commerce, Government Economics, Current Geography,

d. Negotiation strategies and practices, organizing and management,

e. Humanitarian sciences and human rights policy.


Code 75
The Diplomatic Council acts in accordance with a decision of the Council of the Institutions and interest in such instructions, in connection with a diplomatic representation certificate at the permission of the King or other person in charge on behalf of the Government. Unless permission is given on behalf of the King and other responsible persons of the Federal government, then it is not possible to exercise the Institutional Council's interests as diplomatic representation.


Code 76
The Diplomatic Council, in regular contact and with the possibility of continuous mutual communication, deliberately maintains legal and diplomatic co-operation with the United Nations Supervisory Officers and other organizations that are their Institutions in relation to the Institutions' interests at the international level of their own activities.


Code 77
The Diplomatic Council is the main team of communication clusters for diplomatic missions to the United Nations and direct contact with the purpose of legal co-operation and product, the establishment of international supervisory cooperation or the facilitation of cooperation with UN Peacekeeping units, the distribution of security resources for UNGA and UNSC.


Code 78
The Diplomatic Council establishes a Union of Security Partners among States that have the purpose of using the peace strategy to achieve security and conflict prevention efforts through global co-operation strategies.


Code 79
The Diplomatic Council establishes contact liaisons between the States of Peace and thus creates the capacity for joint international co-ordination facilitating joint capability of peaceful interest, promoting logistic development and mobilization against the enemy and threat of conflict, thereby enabling design;

a. Joint military missions,

b. Investigative cooperation and protection,

c. Hunt Wanted persons,

d. Contra Monopol operation,

e. Common steps in the development of combat techniques,

f. Information co-operation of geography,

g. Change of security forces,

h. Counter-co-operation,

i. Source verification,

j. Sanctions against enemies,

k. Geographic restabilization for independence on hostilties,

l. Reconstructions of civilizations,

m. Interests of joint bilateral or international co-operation.


Code 80
The Diplomatic Council establishes the international organization of sanctions and embargoes for criminal entities, in the use of cooperation between Peace Partner States, thereby allowing the actions of domination security against the criminal entity, and his decentralization.


Code 81
The Diplomatic Council, in responding to the theme of the Institutional Council, and in terms of cooperation in the logistics of the internal affairs of the Institution, the Diplomatic Council also establishes the International Conference designed for coordination communication and sharing with top policies of states, organizations and associations or independent movements, Agencies and corporations, or even in the interest of special clients.


Code 82
The Diplomatic Council establishes a conference of NGO's for the purpose of international information co-operation, the establishment of common protection strategies and the facilitation of steps towards coordinated logistics for the purpose of human rights and security.


Code 83
The Institution has the right to organize Federal and International Trade Fairs of the Armed Forces and Security, to extend partner programs with trade companies, States and Institutions, organizations and military forces of foreign states and agencies.


Code 84
The Diplomatic Council, together with logistics of the Council of Institution, have the right to jointly create and further diplomatically extend their own forms of Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements to the extent of the international structure of States if such decision on the legal substance of the draft agreement has been authorized by the King or by another responsible person representing the Government of the Federation.


Code 85
The Diplomatic Council, together with the Council of the Institution, has an obligation to react immediately to all the world's actions of the level of attempted violations of the sovereignty of any state, occupation or terrorist violence, thereby offering its own services for security purposes if the Institution's own capabilities are allowed. Significant;

a. Stably hold its own Institutional capacity capabilities for the purpose of immediate performance,

b. Establish and maintain bilateral and multilateral agreements designed to this end to authorize an emergency response,

c. Expand cooperative training with other state armies for the ability to instantly synchronize,

d. Maintaining information interaction on the movement of the threat subjects and their development.

Code 86
The Diplomatic Council is entitled to elect its representatives for the possibility of Consular Office of the Institution, in the territory of foreign states and according to bilateral rules, for the purpose of an urgent logistic connection between the government and the Institution.


Code 87
The Diplomatic Council shall furthermore represent the Institutions at international level, between political Institutions, bank and corporate parties and separate groups, for the purpose of developing joint private contracts, partnerships or contracts.


Code 88
The Diplomatic Council is made up of persons who are competently aware of the principles of inter-state cooperation on peace, as well as the principles of International Law and their own responsibility.


Code 89
The Diplomatic Council establishes an Association of Independent Reporters and Broadcasting Institutions that are intended for the purpose of the targeted presentation of the Institution in the World Media, and thereby to achieve the function of its own media conference practice, enabling the world public to use the Institution's direct source of information, press.


Code 90
Each member of the Council of Institution, the Diplomatic Council and another senior member of the Office and Authority, The Senior's of Bank of Institution and the Senior's of Institution Offices, shall use its own service transport of Institutions, navigation technology, telecommunication and computers that are automatically transferred upon entry into service or acquired by service.


 

The Justice of Institution


 

Code 91
The Institution does not use its own judicial office, and the right of judicial investigation or the right to award judicial litigation. Any execution of corporate judgments is prohibited at any level.


Code 92
The Institution is under an obligation to use arbitral tribunals of national courts which are responsible and legal in relation to the Institutional objection, defense, application and communication or testimony.


Code 93
If the Institution is Legaly active in the territory of a foreign State and as a business person, that is the person who acts on behalf of the Institution, therefore also with the status of the Federation's diplomacy, and hence with the right of its own defense by its own Federal courts.


Code 94
If a member of the Institution as a Private Military and Security Company is of its own origin from a foreign country outside the Federation, the Private Company may use the right of its own office to protect its own interests for the purpose of the Institution, in defense of the courts of its State of origin Each member Company may individually.


Code 95
If the Institution is to be held responsible for the offense of its own fault, in the territories of the foreign territories other than the Federation, the government sovereign over the territory of an Institutional Crime is entitled;

a. Initiate legal proceedings on behalf of the courts of justice,

b. Refer a case to the federal justice courts,

c. Request another foreign court to initiate a judicial prosecution of state justice,

d. Or apply for judicial trials of the International Tribunals


Code 96
However, if the Institution and / or the unit of posting is active as an act of acts of crime within the Federation, the Federal Government, as the State of the Institution's headquarters, assumes responsibility and has the duty to ensure the judicial function of criminal groups and to ensure their punishment;

a. Federal court proceedings,

b. Judicial proceedings in the State of the Land of the headquarters of a Member State, or dualy cooperate,

c. Judicial proceedings in the State of Justice which are offered as impartial oversight of the judiciary,

d. Judicial management of the justice of International courts.


Code 97
An Institution as a legal person as the seat of the Federation shall have the right to use International tribunals and tribunals if the Institution possesses a sufficient legal capacity to do so under International law.


Code 98
An Institution may organize international cooperation to establish the International Tribunal in its strategy of achieving the punishment of the body and persons responsible for judicial investigation on crimes and convictions
.


 

Law Enforcement Administration


 

Code 99
The Institution continues to be responsible for organizing logistical cooperation with the Law Enforcement Administration, providing information and analysis of legal information and intelligence, legal defense and protection, in particular development of plans and development objectives.


Code 100
The Law Office of Logistics is made up of entities and so is created;

a. The Federal Bar Association and other federal Institutions of Advocacy,

b. Federal Resources of Law Offices, Associations,

c. Foreign sources of law firms and associations in the partnership.

  1. Law Office of Logistics It is useful for;

    1. Legal Logistics Management Institutions, and Counseling,

    2. Management of Institutions Administration in the Legal Section,

    3. Checking the Institution's Legal Functions,

    4. Support for Legal business planning,

    5. Membership in the Diplomatic Council,

    6. The authority of the Institutions, their administration or supervision,

    7. Advocacy Defense Institutions before courts,

    8. Inspecting Strategy and Performance of the Institutional Council Missions,

    9. Management of Institutional Offices Administration and Provision of Capacity for Official Positions.


 

The Administration Office


 

  1. The Institution are created by the Office Administration, which is designed for the purpose of registering and documenting databases of all forms of activities and legal property Institutions according to the current state.

  2. The Office of Administration manage and creates records on Institutions and possessions;

    1. Authorities Institutions,

    2. Employee staff,

    3. Commercial Agreements and Contracts, Bilateral and Multilateral Relations Institutions,

    4. Contacts and contacts of the Institution,

    5. Assets and Rights,

    6. Bank Accounts and Certifications,

    7. Judicial documents,

    8. Warehouses and transport logistics,

    9. All acts Institutional activities, archive and library,

  3. The federal government, together with the Supervisory Board, has the right to fully control the function of the Administration Authority and also to ensure stability for its legal function. If the objection to the Office's confidence is found, then the Federal Government has the right to determine the exchange of employees and the exercise of their control regime.

  4. The Administration Council is responsible for the Archives and Libraries report, as the official form of the Notariate, which stores all documents and books in the Archives rooms which are subsequently used for the purpose of verifying and claiming the rights of the Institution and its own members, as well as maintaining the privacy of all employees.

  5. Each act of manipulation in the Archive must be controlled and recorded, the date and time of arrival and departure, the name of the researcher and the expert, certified documentation on right for open entry, the documents held and the responsible supervising staff.

  6. All Archives data must be carefully stored for a period of at least twenty years. After a period of two weeks at most, from the date of the deposit of any single document, the archive office is obliged to ensure the creation of a detailed digital scan of documents which will therefore be deposited for an indefinite period of at least seventy years from the expiry of the Institution.

  7. The members of the Main Administration of Institution, the General Council, the Diplomatic Council, Law Enforcement Council, Administration office, receive legal immunity in the federal territory, allowing for the inviolability of certain legal offenses and special benefits to federal authorities.

  8. The Administration Office also supervises the handling of weapons and property of armed forces.

  9. The administration of the Office of Arms Supervision is composed of representatives of the Federal Government, as well as specialized experts in the field of arms technology.

  10. The Department of Armaments Administration must register;

    1. Place, date and time of storing the technique, and stock product number.

    2. Person and all movement of the person in the ammunition and arsenal warehouse location, date, place and time.

    3. When choosing a technique, check the verification of the reason for the loan and the stamp of the attestation by the approval authorities and the Supervisory Council, with the obligation to check the privately received codes issued by the approval authorities and again confirmed by the Supervisory Council.

    4. A copy of the record, and a comparison of the copy of the approval authority, the description of the time allowed for the lease of the technique, and the identification code of each person who is confirmed by the mission log.

  11. The Weapon Administration Office shall have in place appropriate rules on the possession of weapons by the Institution and their personnel, such as;

    1. The limitation of the types and quantities of weapons and ammunition that an Institution may import, possess or acquire,

    2. Requiring the registration of weapons, including their serial number and calibration and ammunition, with a competent authority,

    3. Requiring Institutional personnel to obtain an authorization to carry arms that is shown upon request,

    4. Limiting the number of employees allowed to carry the weapons in a specific context or area,

    5. Requiring the storage of weapons and ammunition in a secure and safe facility when staff are off duty,

    6. Requiring that Institution personnel carry authorized weapons only while on duty,

    7. Controlling the further possession and use of weapons and ammunition after an assignment has been completed, including return to point of origin or other proper disposal of weapons and ammunition.

  12. The Arms Authority shall keep all documentation sheets and photocopies of the Arms and Technical Arsenals, monitor their movements, and keep records of their administration, repair or sale and sale. All acts of manipulation must be recorded in the Armory Records.

  13. Arms administration records are subsequently stored in the Archive of the Administration Office, as well as with copies to the federal government's offices, together with the Supervisory Authority.

  14. The federal authorities have the right to submit verification of the weapons inventory file, the Office of Surveillance and Observers of the International Institutions, and the investigators of International courts.


 

The Business Management Department & The Bank of Institution


 

  1. The Council of Institution further cooperates with the Commercial Management Department, consisting of business analysts, organizers and advisers, as well as managers and business administration officials, and in order to achieve a stable commercial, economic and financial function as well as the administrative function of the Institution.

  2. The Business Management Department is therefore based on an official composition of logistics Institutions such as;

    1. Business Analysis, Consultancy,

    2. Business Organization,

    3. Commercial and official earnings of the personnel,

    4. Administration and Business Management of corporations,

    5. Real business and investment,

    6. Notarial Work and Advocacy Logistics.

  3. The Business Management Unit may be based on;

    1. And of the Institution's own personnel resources, obtained at federal and international levels, as the Institution's own staff,

    2. Use of a contract for a strategy of organized rental of services from commercial offices and commercial companies for the management of a business enterprise,

    3. Using Business Planning Strategies from the sources of their own Private Security Companies' offices with membership in the Institution,

    4. Or in the case of cooperation between the Federal Authorities to ensure administrative and commercially active logistics.

  4. The Business Management Unit is designed to communicate directly with clients of an Institution requesting legal form of commercial protection, protection or detection and intelligence services, or the establishment of multiple joint trade agreements.

  5. The Business Management Department is furthermore acquiring business clients at the federal and international level for the benefit of the clients of the Institution, and in connection with the infrastructure of its Institutions abroad, as well as the headquarters of member private companies in proportion to their own services provided.

  6. The Business Management Department is required to establish the function of a business cooperation agreement only on the basis of fully informing all clients and partners of all matters of interest to the partnership and the business agreement.

  7. The Business Management Department is required to establish a business cooperation agreement only if the client and the partner fully inform the Business Management Department of any facts of interest to the partnership and the business agreement of the client or partner.

  8. If some key information is concealed before the agreement is reached, the parties to the agreement after the conclusion of the contract may request additional payments due to the problems resulting from the inability to predict the risks of classified information.

  9. The Board for Institutional Development Logistics uses the Business Management Unit.

  10. The primary objective of the Business Management Unit is to manage the Institution and Freight Assets markets as an office, for the possibility of a stable computational collaboration of the Institution's operating systems.

  11. The Business Management Department establishes value ratifications for Corporate Networking products and registers their statistical development as IPS (Institute's Power of Stox), for the purpose of enabling Institutional Economics to be managed legally and represented by the Institutional Bank.

  12. The Business Management Department establishes value ratifications of the Institutional Services that are designed to provide budgets for the affordability of services at federal and international level and for the use of statistics on budget allocations for payouts to all employees.

  13. Every service and performance of the Office of the Institution must be valued by rational ratification.

  14. The Business Management Unit is logistically activated for the purpose of managing Institutional Economics through the organized management of business branches and entities, the management of resources and consumption.

  15. The Business Management Department is an active center for corporate governance and multi consortia in the security industry, military, spy, detective, cyber, telecommunications, transport, industrial and development, laboratory and research technology, supercomputers and infrastructure, space technology, raw source and mining industries, Or in the interest of business management of investment matters, and in accordance with its own development interests and own position, it also uses internal development strategies at international level for trade and partnerships between banks, corporations, associations and organizations, as well as for cooperation between governments Countries.

  16. Corporate networks are based on the obligation to respect the production principles under the Federal Law Jurisdictions. Superior production and series of products must be pre-approved by the federal authorities.

  17. The production of all Corporate Networks must continually be subject to thorough scrutiny of the origin of construction products and techniques, implying an obligation for their routine tests;

    1. The origin of all components and their manufacturers, the legal status of the manufacturer and the credibility,

    2. Enforcement of the right to supervise the manufacture of components by a foreign company,

    3. Checking the codes of all program systems,

    4. Testing of the technology in an enclosed space or in an isolated computer network,

    5. Chemical analysis and material analysis by composition of all components,

    6. Purchase and consumption of only products with full manual function for Regular Testing of Product Safety.

  18. The Business Management Unit can be used to set up new Business and Industrial Centers of the Institution, such as the act of setting up own new corporations, or a strategic contractual redemption of a corporation by foreign ownership, ensuring their management of management and business functions, and as a strategy of self-Modernization and development of the Institution's strength.

  19. The Business Management Department has the right to establish an unlimited number of Business and Active Corporations, with the obligation to limit, transform and restructure them according to current and planned Institution development and Institution building strategies.

  20. An Institution shall have the right to establish its own commercial offices in foreign territory, provided this is legally permitted.

  21. Institutions consist of the consolidation of offices of many numerous commercial services, and therefore each category represents their own internal sub-office of an Institution that has the right to establish its own commercial branch abroad when approved by the General Council of the Institution or a representative of the Federation.

  22. The Business Management Department has the right to develop cooperation with commercial corporations owned by others and the Business Management Department strategically supports market cooperation between all partner and active corporate network entities.

  23. The Institution Council has the right to use the Institution's own corporate networks to enable the organization of research and scientific centers that serve to develop and modernize the Institutions' technology and systems and tactics.

  24. The Business Management Department mediates commercial trends and strategic business cycles for Institutional, and Institutional Corporate Partners.

  25. The Board of Directors shall have the right to make use of the available options of the Business Management Department to ensure the production and profit of arms and techniques that will be used as an Institution's assets or assets of the Institution for the private purpose of a member of a security company, if so exercised by the name and performance of an Institution with such an agreement.

  26. The Business Management Unit has the right, on behalf of the Institution, to create its own federal and international arms markets and technology from its own production, from the sources of international organized distraction and / or co-ordination production from independent firms from abroad.

  27. The Business Management Unit establishes logistics in the production and legal sale of arms and heavy military technology, spy technologies, which also determines the duty of registration and business administration under the superior federation of the Federation based on its own management performance under the ARMS TRADE TREATY at 2 April 2013 And jointly in coordination with the Supervisory Board of the Institution.

  28. The Institution also establishes its own Bank, allowing its own asset management of Institutions and organized development with the coordination of Central Banks Federation, which also allows the growth of Institutional corporate projects and ensuring partner-level mobility from its own resources.

  29. The Institution Bank is managed under the Central Bank of the Federation's Autonomy.

  30. The Institution Bank is a body of an independent authority and a legal name, with the status of an internal part of the Institution.

  31. An Institutional Bank is established by its own headquarters in the Federal jurisdiction and in the form of a separate Institutional Fund of the Central Bank of the Federation.

  32. The Institutional Bank is managed by the Independent Authority of the Institution and in coordination with the Supervisory Board.

  33. The Office of the Bank is composed of;

    1. Director of the Council

    2. Peace Alliance of States for support common logistics,

    3. Administrative Office

    4. Bank Operations Unit and Legal Relationship Control

    5. Department for Business Development Strategy

    6. The Office of Market Planning and Strategic Development Organization

    7. Department of Corporate Site

    8. Department of Partner Corporate sites

    9. Council of Corporate sites

    10. Supervisory Authority

    11. Research and Statistical Records Unit

    12. Treasury Authority

    13. The Central Office of the Fund

    14. The Internal Audit Office

    15. The Audit Board

    16. The Associated Communications Office

    17. Property Management

  34. The Institution Bank and the Office shall be established;

    1. Establishment of the Institution and Federation's own resources.

    2. States of the Peace Alliance in Council of Institutional Bank, their office consolidation on interest of Institution Bank and Trial Investigate Commission stabilization,

    3. Lease resources to commercial financial services offices and use of staff from federal and international sources of financial services providers to enable joint logistics performance under the supervision of the Tribunal Investigation Commission.

    4. Official consolidation of the Federal Bank.

    5. Use of provisional consolidation of partner banks in the international equation, notarial and advocacy, and supervisory oversight of the Federation's own resources.

    6. Consolidation of Accounting Offices of Corporate Networks Institutions and ensuring their safe operation in management by the Trial Investigation Commission.

    7. Creating a Board of Directors from staff over international sources of job seekers.

  35. The Institutional Bank strategically in the interest of the Institution, sponsors the Institutional Council's Business Agreements, for the purpose of expanding the international partnership and cooperation of the Institutions at the international level.

  36. Each Contract must be endorsed by the Supervisory Council.

  37. The Institutional Bank maintains management of the Bank's Corporate Banking Networks in the Official Logistics of the Business Management Administration.

  38. The Institution Bank establishes organized co-operation between federal and foreign trade corporations, together with the commercial corporations under the organizational management of Business Management of the Institution.

  39. Institutional Bank's Corporate Banking Networks are primarily designed for organized development in the Institution's minds and for the use of the Institution's own power on the International market.

  40. The Institutional Bank, in cooperation with the Department for Business Management and the Diplomacy Council, establishes and signs business agreements with other corporate partners for the purpose of creating strategic joint development actions and achieving a form of permanent joint partnership.

  41. Business corporations that reaffirm their interest in a permanent partnership for the purpose of cooperating with the Institution's organized market are jointly using the Institutional Unit over the foundation of the Association of Corporate Partners, in cooperation with the Logistics of the Business Management Department and the General Council of the Institution.

  42. The Institution Bank together with the Commercial Management Department is required to ensure the function of the Institution's financial budgets and the principles of such logistics of the organizational function;

    1. Finance for Institution development in the interest of plans,

    2. The responsible profit of Institutions and Private Companies from service contracts,

    3. Responsible payouts for the Institution's employees, and the provision of the office of the Institutions,

    4. Health and social insurance for all its own employees,

    5. Responsible Functions for Managed Services Corporations from their own corporate autonomy of trades and profits,

    6. Strategic budgets for Institutional Movement, Communication and Development at international level.

  43. Institutional Bank has the right, in the interest of strategies and visions of development plans, to establish funds and values for saving strategies, development capital budgets and operations, or other essential interests.

  44. The Institution Bank manages funds of a category of a different kind;

    1. The Bank funds, on responsible function of Bank Administration and Development,

    2. The operational fund, intended for the offices of the offices and the provision of employee benefits,

    3. Administrative fund, ensuring the operational costs of the Institution's technical operation, fuel and energy consumption, reconstruction,

    4. A contract fund designed for payment to clients and transfer of funds between customers and the Institution,

    5. Sponsorship Fund, open to public and private sponsors Institutions, which also allow the cooperation of partner-organized networks of corporations and trade or state associations in the sponsorship,

    6. The Research Fund, setting up scientific development budgets and planning and technology development and information and scientific staff,

    7. An Educational Fund enabling the administration and economic function of Universities, Academies, retraining centers and Licensing Offices,

    8. Flexible Corporate Fund for storing cash and corporate network values and the ability to manage them internally at the internal network level Institutions,

    9. Flexible Partner Corporate Fund for storing cash and the value of partner corporate networks and the ability of their flexible management at the level of global cooperation Institutions,

    10. The Payment Corporate Fund, which provides for the possibility of payment from the Institution's corporate clients, and payments for the services provided by entities outside the Institution,

    11. Flexible Health Fund for storing cash and values of corporate networks of pharmaceuticals, health technologies and the ability of their flexible management at the internal network level Institutions,

    12. Payment Health Fund, providing the possibility of payment from clients of Health Corporate Networks, and payments for used services from entities outside the Institution,

    13. Health and Social Insurance savings fund designed to ensure safe and non-crisis treatment and to ensure social qualities during a life or health crisis,

    14. Insurance Property Fund, ensuring the prevention of the risk of loss of the Institutional Property and the impossibility of their commercial renewal in case of accident, theft, war demolition, natural disaster, vandal damage or other unconditional consequences of unauthorized behavior,

    15. Reserve fund, which establishes the capital of the Institution's function by calculating the financial budgets for the operation for twenty years,

    16. Investment Fund, designed for the flexible use of the bank's profitable capital for the purpose of its own investment manipulation and business development, international investment and profit of equity, the use of Shares and their exchange,

    17. The Client Fund, intended for Bank's clients to enable their own depositing of funds and the use of public services of the Bank,

    18. Currency Fund, enabling the issuance of checkbooks and the establishment of own business relations from banknote sources under the administration of its own limitation, regulation and influence,

    19. ID's Corporatocracy Fund, designed to manage a direct financial relationship management at the level of the relationship and business relationship of ID's Corporatocracy of the State as open to the assembly of all world traders.

  45. The Institution Bank uses a source of finance from;

    1. Gains from Logistics Activities of Institutions,

    2. Gains from Services at International level,

    3. Gains from Corporate Networking Activities Institutions,

    4. Profits from agreements and the organization of partner corporate networks,

    5. Gains from the development of Bank's own investments and business functions,

    6. Gains on Institutional Functions paid by the Central Bank of the Federation,

    7. Establishing own resources of raw materials owned by the Institution.

  46. The Institutional Bank creates its own global network of partnerships between federal and foreign banks around the world to create a common friendly partnership, a common investment relationship, business planning, and strategic business administration development among corporate networks of partner banks.

  47. The Institutional Bank, in full cooperation with the Diplomatic Council, establishes a global co-operation with Banks and financial Institutions for the use of bank transfers between banks and cooperation for the Financial Manipulation Security Register.

  48. In cooperation with the Administration office, the Institutional Bank jointly organizes international conferences aimed at the interest of cooperation between groups of traders, engineers, investors and co-operative persons and entities, thus enabling direct cooperation to the public.

  49. The Institution Bank only establishes anonymous accounts that are openly available for use to all persons worldwide, provided that the person has the ability to demonstrate the legal origin of all their own investments and deposits into the Bank Accounts.

  50. The Bank has the right for its own business activities, savings, deposits and investments, taxes, loans and mortgages, market organization and its own development administration.

  51. In addition, the Institution, acting in conjunction with its own Banking and Business Offices of the Institution, acts as a single business person at Federal and International level of communication and, in such a capacity, is entitled to establish contracts and agreements on behalf of the Institution.

  52. The Institutional Bank and the Business Management Department set up a co-operation with the ID's Corporatocracy Governance Body, and its goal is to provide security services and protection, commonly as well as a state defense and security services.

  53. The Institution thus becomes empowered to build the security of Corporatocracy and to ensure the growth of protection against international risks, crimes of crime and terrorism, or threats of war and conflict.

  54. The Institution has the right to organize cooperation with World Trade Dealers as a public matter of international business cooperation, conferences and summits, colony construction and growth programs, enabling the creation of a new Institution position from International sources.

  55. The core corporate networks of the Institution are designed to build their own resources and capacities in a ratio of unlimited development in the interest of the dominant resource strategy and unrestricted forms of cyclical markets allowing for permanent internal building, development and modernization, in particular development of arms, military, security, Spy, cyber, technology and Institutional techniques.

  56. The Institution also uses the Office of Registration of Arms Manipulation to Secure Isolated Arms Movement and Storage, using Controlled Persons as well as Trials Armed Security Control Services.

  57. The performance of the Trial Commission's Office is a cooperative system between independent internal components that provides confidence in the suitability of functions handling by the internal units of the Office and in cooperation with the Dozor nad, which controls the Office of Registration of Armaments Manipulation.

  58. For the possibility of releasing a weapon, the decision of the Council of the Institution must be verified, followed by confirmation from the Supervisory Board. All traffic data must be entered.

  59. The Institution shall have the right to extend the network of military and security infrastructure within the Federation, in accordance with the principle of design, approval and surveillance by the Government of the Federation.

  60. The federal government has the right to decide on the interest of developing the Federation Infrastructure.

  61. The Institution extends and manages its own Telecommunication and Information Sharing network in the form of an Intranet Institution that enables its own private and logistic communication at Federal Territory level, in international waters, in free space, and in territories without sovereignty.

  62. Intranet Institutions must also be accessible to users abroad, at the level of partial access by means of telecommunication and Internet networks of foreign states. An intranet active in foreign territory must not be active and exploited in violation of the principles of jurisdiction of foreign states.

  63. The Institution, in cooperation with the Institutional Bank, uses Corporate Networks to provide the function of industrial production of "own independent networks" of antennas and laser communication links, communication and monitoring probes, and global telecommunications networks, navigation, orientation and financial cooperation between Banks.

  64. The Trial Investigation Commission and the Supervisory Authority have the obligation to ensure full supervision of the function of the establishment and operation of corporate networks and to verify the origin of all components of the technology and intranet so that the network can be confidential in its internal function without the ability of the foreign group to infiltrate.

  65. The Institution is authorized to establish and manage its own network of private forms of the Military and Industrial Colonies

  66. In common logistics with the federal government, the Institution has the objective to establish and administer its own Institution Centers on the territory of the Federation, territory under federal administration, international waters, all available and local terra nullius, free space and space planets, Orbital space.

  67. The Institution establishes a space program, mission and Unit management department. The department is composed of the Business Management Unit, the Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board, Science department with Institution Bank.

  68. The Space Program units use their own base and office.

  69. The Institution is entitled to establish its own Cosmic Centers and Stations.

  70. The Federation has the right to use the property of an Institution for the purpose of supporting education at federal schools and practices for students.

  71. An Institution is not the body responsible for the territorial ownership of government policy, and it is not a legitimate entity acting as an authority that has the right to claim territorial ownership.

  72. If an Institution acquires the right of territorial ownership by the law, the Federation, as the government of the Federal States, the King, and parliament with the ministry, as a national democracy, becomes the sole subject of assuming territorial rights under its own ownership and representation.

  73. The Institution shall be entitled to claim the territories;

    1. The entry and issue of the terra nullius tertiary claim,

    2. Issue of Territories by decision of the sovereign Government,

    3. Election of state democracy,

    4. Establishing a right from a Judicial Settlement,

    5. Acquisition of supervisory powers,

    6. Other steps allowed by Legal Law.


 

Employment of Institution


 

  1. Institutions have the right to offer employment and seek and recruit new employees according to their own capacity strategy or for their own development. Every employee of a Private Company with official membership in a joint Institution therefore becomes a member of the Institution.

  2. Institutions use dual staff;

    1. The first staff consists of direct staff of the Institution, without the origin of their employment in the ranks of private companies under the previous paragraph,

    2. The second staff consists of employees of shared, self-originated members of the Private Companies Group.

  3. In the case of the second staffing structure of an Institution, it depends only on the Private Companies with membership of the Alliance, how much it will provide employees and how flexible the period for the service of the Institution.

  4. Private Companies with membership of an Institution shall have the right to use their membership for the commercially contractual use of the Institution's inactive employees for the private interest of the private company.

  5. Each soldier, detective or bodyguard is active under the status of the Federation government, as a member of a commercial form of a private Institution.

  6. Every employee and official of an Institution must have a legal passport for travel and personal identification, a 3D biometric registration in the Institution's database, and fingerprint scans and voice recording, for the ability to provide immediate identification.

  7. Each employee, upon his / her confirmed registration in the Institutional Database, obtains an Institution ID card that serves for identification between the members of the Institution and identification communications with federal services.

  8. Institution ID cards, as well as other Institution ID cards and uniform cards, as well as cards prescribed by international law, are issued to the Institution's Administration Office. If the Administrative Authority is in a decentralization without function, it must be possible for member bodies of private companies to use their own offices for the purpose of card issuance and identification of standardization by International law, or to establish its own provisional form of Administration, on behalf of the Institution.

  9. Institutional Cards may not publicly disclose the name, date of birth, place of residence and nationality or employee's family information about the employee. The Identification Card gives public access only to the Photography of user, name, Institution profession, and Identification form of the cover code that is in the Institutional Database System as the sole source of the Employee Identification Data. Every employee is anonymous to the other, and no one discloses his / her own private information.

  10. The Employee Identification Card issued by the Institution shall simultaneously register all databases and information about the employee's activities and movements, in the form;

    1. Employee hours worked,

    2. Created, used and transmitted documents or forms, spreadsheets, information,

    3. Official communications and acts, contacts and payments at the establishment,

    4. Handling of materials or samples,

    5. Records of all management movements within the scope of the Institution.

  11. All information is accessible only to the Administration Office and the Authorities of the Supervisory Authorities.

  12. Every employee gets a payment card Institution that can use it for their own social and working needs payments. The card is intended for a lump-sum credit for payment upon entering the Institution's premises and thereby activating future credits for payment.

  13. Every employee of the Institution shall also obtain a health card designed to enable regular recording of his / her state of health and hence to prevent the occurrence of medical complications and to allow their immediate treatment.

  14. Employee Health Card is a document that records information from;

    1. Regular medical examinations and their results,

    2. Any detected health complications of the employee,

    3. Databases on the use of health services,

    4. Physical capacity and characteristics of the biological function of the employee.

  15. A health card is also stored in the Health Intelligence Council at the Office of Preventive Health Checks, the Office of Health and Social Insurance, as well as the Administration Office.

  16. Every employee is under an obligation to attend the Preventive Doctor's Institution on a regular basis, and to ensure that his health is regularly recorded in the Health Card.

  17. Every employee of the Institution is covered by health and social insurance obligations at the Institution's own expense, implying a pre-reimbursement of health consultations and treatment, as well as ensuring life stability in long-term occupational and private injury.

  18. Each member of the Institution shall have the right to use the funeral services covered by the Institutions' budgets.

  19. Every soldier has the right to free-of-charge insurance of his life at the time of his death or serious damage, the use of the Institutional Science and the extent of Corporate Networks, to enable a subsequent act of restoration and to ensure a life-long rehabilitation without every health complications.

  20. The goal of the Institution is always to ensure a healthy life for all members of the Institution and their families with the Federation's citizenship.

  21. No employee, official or other servant and administrator should ever use his / her own position for his / her dominance against the law, for bureaucratic behavior, or in an attempt to influence the federal court.

  22. Any member of the Institution, if suspected of violating the Institutional Principles or the Legal Rights of Liability, may be sent by police and investigative services, detained in a temporary prison, tried or punished, and detained and enforced internationally for court sentences and investigations.

  23. Institutions may not receive and use services from employees who have any record of a Penalty Register in the territory of the Federation for at least five years from the date of the last registration of the criminal record or release from the prison except for employment under the prisoner's rights rules in Code 254, 255 of this document.

  24. Institutions shall not accept and use services from employees who have any responsible enforcement of a judgment of a court of international jurisdiction at a level involving the obligation to terminate their liberty or official duties. Institutions allow the employment of these prisoners in the Corporate Network Institutions as laborers.

  25. Every employee, official and member of the administration must demonstrate the credibility of his / her state of health, psychology and ability to be accountable to the law of order, security, justice and order prior to his / her admission.

  26. The Institution has the duty to ensure the function of its own centers for the purpose of ensuring regular reviews of psychology for each of its members, demonstrating open trust in the Institution.

  27. Each Employee of an Institution shall have the right to use free of charge the Institutional Services for the operation of Silent Boxes designed to permanently store messages, information, documents, books or records of the Employee, with the Autonomous Registry of the Box, the date of visit, the time and the number of the Employee, Visit verification and documentary ownership, as database register use only privately into the box.

  28. Every Silent Box is used anonymously and there must be no possibility for anyone to know about his visit or position, code, and stored documents.

  29. The Silent Box can not be opened. The Silent Box can be opened only in the case of Special Employee Request or in case of his death.

  30. In the case of opening, the silent box must be opened only in the case of the oversight of the Notary and the Attorney's representative. The Notary observes the inviolability of the files and documents and the Advocate then studies the material deposited for the possibility of using the material in the interest of the legal text on the basis of such legal responsibility and claim, the purpose of corrupt prosecution, the handing over of material to the Tribunal, the handing over of material to the International Institution or family familiarization.

  31. Each member of the board and his employee as an executive service thus has full rights to pay all the money for his services responsibly under legal ratification and taxes in proportion to his / her own job position.

  32. The Office, its members and staff are legal persons and have the right to use all claims of legal right at federal, international, political, commercial, judicial and human rights level.

  33. Any act of attempted harm and the limitation of such rights is a crime which must be legally punished.

  34. For the sake of the joint ability of immediate co-ordination of all Institution staff, the Institutions must always possess the basic standard of the Institution's assets, allowing for global communication capability and immediate mobilization, meaning budgets for telecommunication equipment, aircraft, ships, buses, trucks and spacecraft, At the level abroad and in relation to the geography of the Federation, thereby enabling the direct ability of immediate mass transportation of the entire nature of the Institution's forces.

  35. If the Institution does not use the capacities of the assets to achieve full mobility, the General Council of the Institution together with the Business Management Department establishes strategies for the development of business plans, missions, and corporate Institution building to achieve full capacity to develop responsible standards.

  36. For the purpose of increasing the number of its own staff capacity, the Institution shall have the right to establish centers of coordination of foreign forces for the purpose of expanding its own forces of army capabilities and resources of private combat.

  37. Institutional Centers for the Coordination of Foreign Powers are based on the strategy of Institutional Leasing of Foreign Armed Forces, Police and Security Forces for the further purpose of commercial use on behalf of the Institution.

  38. Institution Centers for the Coordination of Foreign Powers consist of private hostels, the internal system of the food supply and healthcare. Institutional centers for the coordination of foreign forces mainly serve for the purpose of operating training centers and professional use.

  39. For the purpose of increasing the number of its own staff capacity, the Institution has the right to establish cloning centers for the purpose of expanding its own army capabilities.

  40. Each cloned individual is thus designated by the responsibility of the Compulsory Military Service, determined by the responsible age of onset, and for the specified duration of the years, in accordance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights by UN General Assembly Resolution 2200A (XXI) of 16 December 1966.

  41. A cloned individual may only obtain the Statute of Compulsory Military Services if;

    1. The cloned individual has reached a physical form of biological age of 18 years, and his education is responsible for level of basic education according to civilian curriculum,

    2. and if the Federation is in a serious military conflict and a lack of security, the right to use cloned individuals who have reached physical forms of biological age of 18 years.

  42. The Government of the Federation has the right to decide on the limitation of cloning capacities, or to determine the obligations of counting, even in the interest of the responsible tax order.

  43. Each cloned individual must be legally registered as a Federation Citizen, and with the duty to educate him / her with all rights equally as any other citizen of the Federation. The education of cloned individuals is ensured through federal government offices and, in the interest of the principles of International law, International Declaration on Universal Human Rights.

  44. The Institution has the right to establish federal and international agreements for the purpose of adopting all children without families at risk of famine and lack of medication for the purpose of using the Federal Offices to ensure the healthy education of the child under federation, Age which is responsible for military service.

  45. Each individual adopted is thus designated by the responsibility of the Compulsory Military Service, determined by the responsible age of onset, and for the specified length of the years, in accordance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights by UN General Assembly resolution 2200A (XXI) of 16 December 1966.

  46. The Government of the Federation has the right to decide on the limitation of the adoption capacities, or to determine the obligations of counting, even in the interest of the responsible tax order.

  47. Every adopted individual must be legally registered as a Federation Citizen and with the duty to educate him / her with all rights equally as any other citizen of the Federation. The adoption of adopted individuals is ensured through federal government offices and, in the interest of the principles of international law, the International Declaration on Universal Human Rights.

  48. For the purpose of increasing the number of its own staff capacity, the Institution has the right to establish centers for android production for the purpose of expanding its own army capabilities.

  49. The Government of the Federation has the right to decide on the limitation of android production capacities, or to determine the obligations of counting the numbers, even in the interest of the responsible tax order, as well as on the regulation of operating system operating systems or software.

  50. The Institution has the right to issue the citizenship of the Federation for the purpose of expanding its own army capabilities.

  51. Federation citizenship may be issued only in federal, international and free space, on the international Internet, in territories without sovereign government, and on officially consulted consulates in foreign countries. No one shall be involuntarily abducted and detained in order to be brought to these territories or legal grounds.

  52. The Institution has the right to transfer citizenship to all persons with the status;

    1. Refugees,

    2. Migration,

    3. Imigration,

    4. Indigenous,

    5. Stateleness,

    6. Foreigner.

  53. Everyone who is asked or contracted for the citizenship of the Federation is thus asked and contracted with respect and dignity, without the idea of criminal threats and coercion in the use of violence. Every citizen interested must be admitted only in the interests of his or her free choice and full awareness.

  54. For the purpose of increasing the number of its own staff capacity, the Institution shall have the right to establish centers for the conversion, recruit and training of employees of the state services of illegitimate regimes and other regimes in order to expand their own staff capacity if;

    1. The employee of the criminal regime will be self-interested to request a transfer,

    2. If it is captured in accordance with the principles of the Geneva Agreements,

    3. If it is captured or kidnapped, depending on its independence from the Geneva Conventions,

    4. If the agreed payment and exchange with the responsibility of the criminal entity,

    5. If the people have a more than 18 years.

  55. Each applicant for admission to the Institutional Services Party shall be responsibly investigated by a Trial Commission of Investigation, heard of his / her purposes and interest in the work of the Institution, the reasons for his / her departure, any information about his or her knowledge of the crime of his or her system of origin, Relationships and status, and friendly networks. Every investigated and successfully undergone inspection must continue to be monitored and monitored at regular intervals.

  56. A newly admitted member of the opposition regime must be regularly monitored and supervised by monitoring technology and monitoring bracelets.

  57. Every accepted member of the opposition regime has the right to be bound by human rights and without the act of inhuman treatment and reduction to human rights, harm, torture and irresponsible imprisonment.

  58. The Institution has the right to establish international and federal agreements with the governments of countries for the purpose of acquiring prisoners under the administration of a State Prison to use their workforce for the purpose of training and to achieve the ability to use them in the military components of the Institution, Or to strengthen the power and production of Institutional corporate networks, in special missions with supervisory performance.


 

Institute Prison Administration


 

  1. The Institution has the right to establish and administer its own Institutional Prison of a private nature.

  2. Institutional prisons are used by their own administration of the prison administration.

  3. Institutional Prisons must be owned by the Manager Representative of the Prison, and the Deputy manager of the Manager Representative.

  4. Institutional prisons and their office must be established by an independent human rights observer.

  5. The Independent Observer of Human Rights has the duty to supervise the function of a prison, to control prisoners and to communicate with them, and to call upon investigating authorities in the event of any act of human rights being violated.

  6. Every Institutional Prison have and use own Order which is in synchronization with Prison Orders of Federation or states of Prison quartier in foreign.

  7. Each Institutional Prison owns and operates an operating order that is in sync with the Federation Prison Service Operation or the prison headquarters abroad.

    1. The basic standard of contracts for the use of prison members of the Federation and of foreign states can be used as; Enabling the citizen to be transcribed and taken to the Institution's own administration, to the extent of the length of prison sentences or to permanent service.

    2. Issuing a prisoner as a temporary employee of the Security Services Institutions, within the length of the prison sentence.

    3. Issuing a prisoner as a temporary worker and an employee of corporate networks of the Institution, covering the length of prison sentences or permanent service.

    4. Detention of prisoners in accordance with the principles of the Geneva Agreements and other forms of International law.

  8. Commercial Functions Prison Cooperation uses the principles of service, in form;

    1. Redemption of prisoners on behalf of the Institution,

    2. By renting prisoners on behalf of the Institution,

    3. Profit from transferring prisoners to administration on behalf of the Institution,

    4. Free transfer of prisoners as a purpose of reimbursement of their administration by law.

  9. Institutions shall not deprive security services of any prisoner who is legally convicted of crimes at the level of the High Criminal Category, in particular serious violations of International rights. The prisoner responsible for high-crime has the right to service only in the form of an industrial section of the corporate network of the Institution.

  10. A transfer of a prisoner may be effected only if the prisoner voluntarily agrees to his surrender, or if such a decision has been exercised by a lawful authority on behalf of the government of the administering country, using the UNGA principles of the International Declaration on Political and Civil Rights.

  11. The Institution has the right to decide on the refusal of the offered prisoner, as well as the right for the step of self-selection if so allowed by contract.

  12. A prisoner who is taken over by the Institution for the purpose of Institutional Services also becomes an employee of the Institution in legal form as an employee from the Institution's own resources.

  13. Each prisoner gained in the military components and corporate networks of the Institution must possess a control bracelet that monitors its movement in a designated location and safeguards the capability of security stimulation and prevention of escape and misuse of available opportunities through the performance of the Institution's services.

  14. The recruited employee from the Prison Institutions does not become a free person. The prisoner is still a prisoner, and the duty of the Institution is to secure his prison administration using the Internal Institutional Prisons or Federation Prison.

  15. The Federal or Institutional Administration of the Prison, in the case of the import of a prisoner of foreign origin, receives the Prison Card from the "Prison File Management System" database and is administered by its own logistics Administration under the UNGA Convention on Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.

  16. The government of the country that is the first prisoner or prisoner of citizenship, the government has the rights to regularly monitor the human rights situation, as well as their intelligence and personal growth in all transferred prisoners under the administration of the Institution.

  17. Every prisoner is still a human person, and therefore also with human rights and care rights, with all claims of the UNGA Adoption of Convention on Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners Adopted and proclaimed by General Assembly resolution 45/111 of 14 December 1990, and (Nelson Mandela Rules) Convention on Minimum Rules for the treatment of prisoners at 17 December 2015.

  18. Each prisoner of an Institution for the performance of an Institution must be properly educated for the purpose of these activities of performance under the name of the Institution and also be trained in a suggestive manner.

  19. The training of each prisoner is a duty and duty of the Institution to provide a durable suggestion for the psychological influence of the prisoner and to ensure the development of his ideology of responsibility of the standard of civilian co-operation, the ability to ensure armed security, his own reliability and willingness to cooperate with a state party representing the security and order of the state, State of origin and federation, be able to always participate in the membership of armed security and police forces and state security programs.

  20. A prisoner employed under the name and service of the Institution shall not have the right to serve as the main team administration, manipulation of finance, and management of missions, or the status of important responsibility governing the Institution and / or the mission team.

  21. An Institutional prisoner may only perform a service which is responsible for the ability of the prisoner to keep under constant control and to guarantee his or her inability to escape or abuse his position.

  22. Institutions therefore have the right to receive only the number of prisoners allowed to ensure the administration of the prisoner and the maintenance of guarantees of their security and the capabilities that can be established in the management logistics of the capacity to develop from expanded capacities and the use of such budgets in a profitable return to the Institution.

  23. The prisoner employed in the ranks of the Institution shall have the right to his / her own responsible pay according to the merit of his / her work by taxation. The profit of the prisoner's finances will be used in the interest of the Prison Administration, which has the duty to ensure healthy living conditions, food, hygiene, responsible textiles, medical treatment of prisoners, as well as correspondence to family and friends. For such financial costs, only the standard of the consumer's needs of the prisoner will be used, and the balance of the prisoner's finances remains his property.

  24. In the case of the release of a prisoner, the prisoner obtains his / her responsible own funds for the Institution.

  25. The Service for the Institution Under the Statute of the Prisoner may be terminated only in the case of logistics The Institution decides on another strategy or the prisoner will own the right of release because of the last date of imprisonment according to a court judgment.

  26. Every released prisoner has the right to decide on his or her own interest, to leave the service for the Institution, or to continue to work.

  27. A prisoner in the service of an Institution that has been punished for a Criminal Offense, and the prisoner has tried again or made an act of the same level of criminal performance, the prisoner loses the right to work within the Institution's ranks in the security forces.

  28. Any prisoner who attempts to escape prison supervision may be shot dead while the prisoner is opposed to the safe-keeping and prison closure duties.

  29. The Institution has the right to own and establish its own prison administration for the purpose of detention of suspects and / or criminal activists, and in accordance with the legalization principles of the Federations.

  30. Prisons must be on the territory of the Federation or created as a special prison center on ships, aircraft, and special zones and civilization ships.

  31. Each prison must comply with the labor and human-law conditions which are the responsibility of the statutes for such operations under federal or foreign law, if the Prison Facility is based in foreign territory, all case in accordance with the principles of International Law under the UNGA Documentation of Nelson Mandela Rules, at 17 December 2015, Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners Adopted and proclaimed by General Assembly resolution 45/111 of 14 December 1990, and the International Covenant of Political and Civil Rights at General Assembly resolution 2200A (XXI) of 16 December 1966.

  32. The right to imprison a person is only allowed in a legally permissible and legally prescribed period, and in accordance with the principles of human rights protection and the maintenance of prison handling according to principles recognized by human rights.

  33. The Institution has the right to establish a prison function by category authorization, meaning:

    1. Basic detention and interrogation facilities for short stays.

    2. Equipment for long-term imprisonment of federal prisoners in the event of a lease of service by the federal government.

    3. Rental of full prison administration belonging to the federal departments.

    4. Furthermore, prison operations abroad, in accordance with principles recognized by the government of a foreign country.

  34. The Institution also establishes the services of the International Prison Service, designated as a service with a function of a multilateral prison, to centralize the capacities of foreign prison areas into one form of private prison under the administration of the Institutions.

  35. The functions of each form of prisons must be supervised by federal representatives, and international prisons may be regularly accessed by foreign policy-supervisors.

  36. Every prisoner in custody must be administered according to the "Prisoner File Management System", which means the obligation to keep a full record of the administration of each individual prisoner.

  37. Each individual prisoner has a card on his condition for all prison services. The card may only be made available to the Prison Administration, the information of the prison card must not be made publicly available to any person.

  38. The Prison Card expresses the basic record;

    1. Identity of the prisoner,

    2. The reason for the crime responsible for detention in the prison, and the authority confirming this fact,

    3. The Institution, office or body which carried out the arrest, date and place of the arrest,

    4. The date and time for release, and the method to be released for release,

    5. A record of all forms of health damage and health problems,

    6. Investigation of the record of the personal property of the arrested,

    7. The names of family members, as well as the age of children and the status of their responsible staff.

  39. An Institution has the obligation to establish an Institutionally, Internal Network of Prisons designated solely for the purposes of the Institution's internal security and for the possibility of immediate detention.

  40. The Internal Institutional Prisons serve only for the possibility of locking the staff of the Institutions suspected of organized crime and damaging the principles of justice, terrorism and an attempt to abuse its own power.

  41. The Institution shall have the duty to establish its own prison centers in all basic buildings of the Institution, in aircraft, on trains and on board ships, in isolated areas of areas and in special centers of an Institution, in Institutional colonies, and on universal spacecraft and space centers of an Institution.


 

Training and Education


 

  1. Institutions have the right to own, expand and build and manage their own training centers, thereby providing training to their own staff and competence for responsible certification for work performance. The Federation Government has the right to use the centers in the administration of the Institutions, with the obligation of own payment for operational functions.

  2. The Federal government has the right to coordinate the centers managed by the Institution, or to establish special programs of cooperation between bodies such as the Government and the Institutions, together with other invited bodies, depending on the strategy of co-ordination, or for the use of partner training centers.

  3. Institutions may establish arrangements for the use of Training Centers of Private Companies, and Private Companies have the right to rent, lease and provide their own private training centers.

  4. Institutions shall extend their own training centers to the extent of the Federal Territories, the territory of the Partner States, the territory of international waters, and space or other space bodies and space stations.

  5. The Federation grants rights to the Institution, in the interests of the position, task and date, of the claim of the use of the Federal Civilization for the purpose of the training activities of the Institution.

  6. Civilization training in the case of legal approval by the Federations allows for training;

    1. Cooperating with the Federal Security Authorities,

    2. Evacuation and procedure in the event of an epidemic,

    3. Evacuation of natural disasters,

    4. Evacuation from nuclear, biological and chemical attacks,

    5. Civilian Armed Forces,

    6. Suppressing crime,

    7. Suppressing occupation and ensuring decolonization,

    8. Orientation and safe movement,

    9. Protection and Defense,

    10. Detective research,

    11. Espionage,

    12. Commando,

    13. Other training missions.

  7. The Board of the Institution represents education and retraining offices as an Academy consisting of other groups of responsible practice and certified pedagogy providing training in the Military Sciences, Security and Detective Services, Cyber Security, Espionage, Healthcare, Legal Expertise, and Military Services, Education and Information Development, Science and Research, Technology.

  8. Educational centers are primarily intended for new entrants to join their own work and employment in the Institution's work-groups for services in the interest of the Institution, and with the possibility of an Academy for the purpose of educating independent groups at the Institution if this is enabled or forced by the capacity of study candidates.

  9. Corporate Networks Institutions under the administration of Institutional Banks are intended for the task of providing own resources and foundations for the purpose of co-operative provision of education and practice for all students of the Academy.

  10. Academic Centers Institutions have the rights to organize their educational, organizational and cooperative activities at international level with foreign universities and educational agencies, corporations and armies.

  11. Institutions' Academic Centers can create a co-operative co-operation strategy with federal schools, universities and educational agencies, corporations as well as with the federal army.

  12. If federal education Institutions are interested in decision-making, federal education centers may be entitled to use the Institution's training centers for their own or co-ordinating educational interests, as well as the obligation of the Federal Centers to pay for an Institution's operational function.

  13. In the field of medicine and health care, it is the task of the Health Regulations and Networks of Healthcare Business Corporations to provide opportunities for practice and theoretical logistics to enable students to be educated.

  14. Health Regulations provide medical and medical retraining for all military and security members of the Institution.

  15. Academic Centers The Institutions also have the rights to train Driving, Driving License and Handling Licenses with Military Equipment, Arms Licenses, other licenses, and with the obligation to regularly maintain their own retraining for vocational training.

  16. Each member and employee acquires the responsibility for his own stable growth of retraining and retention, even for the purpose of his own development.

  17. The aim of the Academy is to continuously improve retraining skills for all Institutional staff and create a team of specialty elites with all qualifications.


 

Mission of Commando


 

  1. Institutions and their own army composition have the right to participate in the Federal Army Parades.

  2. The movement of Institutional Activities within the Federation is determined depending on the wording of the Federal Jurisdiction in relation to this Code of Conduct for the establishment of the Institution, or in the case of special legalization, as decided by the Government of the Federation in dealings with the Institutional Council and in special situations.

  3. The movement of Institutional activities on the territory of foreign states is permitted according to the principles of the trade and political agreements of the Institution, only in the case of compliance with the principles of the jurisdiction of the state, following bilateral and multilateral agreements between the Federation and a foreign state or under its own treaties with non-Under the law of special legalization by the government of the jurisdiction of the party involved.

  4. Institution is the Organization's network, each of which must be distinguished by its uniform and rank, which are marked in particular by the principles of the Federation, the Geneva Conventions, and International Law. Members of the Institution use Uniforms according to the Unity of the Organizational System, regardless of their private origin.

  5. The Mission of Each Sentinel Unit The Institution shall comply with the operational rules and principles of the service performance according to the Central Document of the Institution Code, in accordance with the Legal Principles of International Law. The General Council is responsible for the exercise of this responsibility before the Federation.

  6. Prior to issuing an order to activate the units, the Federal Delegate, the Council of the Institution, and the Foreign Mission State shall have the duty to confirm the Unit's responsibility for the performance of the unit;

    1. Rules on the use of force and firearms,

    2. International humanitarian law and human rights law,

    3. Religious, gender, and cultural issues, and respect for the local population,

    4. Handling complaints by the civilian population, in particular by transmitting them to the appropriate authority,

    5. Measures against bribery, corruption, and other crimes.

  7. To take into account whether the Mission;

    1. Acquires its equipment, in particular its weapons, lawfully,

    2. Uses equipment, in particular weapons, which is not prohibited by international law,

    3. Has complied with contractual provisions concerning the return and / or disposal of weapons and ammunition,

    4. The purpose of the mission, on behalf of the Institution or the Client, is not enforcement against justice or against International Legal Law.

  8. To take into account the Institution internal organization and regulations, such as;

    1. The existence and implementation of policies relating to international humanitarian law and human rights law, in particular on the use of force and firearms, as well as policies against corruption, corruption and other crimes,

    2. The existence of monitoring and supervision as well as internal accountability mechanisms, such as:

      1. Internal investigations and disciplinary actions in the event of allegations of wrongdoing by its staff,

      2. Mechanisms for the enforcement of a complaint, including both third party complaint mechanisms and whistle-blower protection arrangements, And

      3. Regular performance reporting, specific incident reporting and reporting on demand to the Contracting State and under certain circumstances other appropriate authorities,

      4. Requiring the Institution management and its subcontracted personnel to report any misconduct to the Institution management or a competent authority.

  9. It considers the respect of the Institution for the welfare of its personnel as protected by labor law and other relevant national law. Relevant factors may include:

    1. Providing personnel and copy of any contract to which they are party in a language they understand,

    2. Providing staff with adequate pay and remuneration arrangements commensurate with their responsibilities and working conditions,

    3. Adopting operational safety and health policies,

    4. Ensuring staff unrestricted access to their own travel documents; And

    5. Preventing unlawful discrimination in employment.

  10. Each unit has its own superior elected by the General Council of the Institution.

  11. The superior has a commander who is in direct contact with the General Council. The General Council establishes information guidance and targeting of active units under command of the commander.

  12. The Council of the Institution may not issue an order to the Commander who may by his or her position abusive an order that violates International human rights and human rights principles or is responsible for the level of war crime. The General Council of the Institution is responsible for the Unit Commander.

  13. The commander is responsible for the direction of the Institutional Unit, and his / her responsibility is based on the offices of the Federation or the foreign state of the unit's performance.

  14. The commander, together with the General Council, shall select the members of the mission unit and take note of their physical and intellectual condition as well as the psychological consistency of the individuals in the mission.

  15. The unit of mission is owned by its commander who manages the Unit according to the principles of the Commander's direction.

  16. Only the General Council of the Institution, the Unit Commander, the Supervisory Council, the statistical and coded documentation, and the Board of Directors, as well as the members of the mission, may know the mission information. No one else should know any information or facts from the mission unless the information is passed on behalf of the General Council and the Federal Authorities.

  17. Each mission is registered in files that are marked with encryption codes and stored in the Administration Archive.

  18. The unit must have a responsible uniform identification and ID card showing the rank of each individual and his identification marks under the Geneva Conventions.

  19. Each member of the unit shall be familiar with all mission steps and the specifications of the mission that may be encountered.

  20. No member of the mission shall be sent to a task which is not capable of success or without developing a responsible strategy.

  21. The mission unit shall be deployed at the agreed place, even with the agreed date and mission return position.

  22. The mission starts with onset, counting the status, checking the material, identifying the sum, clarifying the mission code, possibly specifying the mission.

  23. Require all staff to be individually identified whenever they carry out their activities in the discharge of their contractual responsibilities.

  24. Ensure that their vehicles are registered and licensed with the relevant national authorities whenever they carry out their activities in the discharge of their contractual responsibilities.

  25. All hazardous materials shall be registered and licensed with the relevant national authorities.

  26. Each member of the unit must control the all other members, thereby ensuring the ability of its secure service or, in the event of a threat, to ensure that the attacker is coached, and to stop its actions against the principles of the mission, to eliminate threats from the damaged mission.

  27. The mission unit is required to act on each mission, in the interest of the principles of law The United Nations Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials (1990).

  28. Each Spying Unit has the obligation to own a pre-agreed encryption communication code with the Institution.

  29. Each member of the unit has the duty to record all the facts of the mission.

  30. No person of a mission may surrender or negotiate a joint record of mission records under the agreed code, falsification, and design.

  31. All data obtained from the mission, as well as members of the mission, must be screened by the Trial Security Commission and the Supervisory Authority, and in private storage of the file in the Administration Archive.

  32. Each group dispatched to its own mission must report / record its own mission findings on a regular basis and also ensure that all responsible material confirming the action is carried out in accordance with the mission, meaning;

    1. Description of current incidents and specifications, codes,

    2. Video and photo documentation,

    3. Identification of persons, number of persons, recording,

    4. Recording location and map orientation, coordinates,

    5. Time and date,

    6. Physical and other conditions.

  33. Each group and its member sent to the mission on behalf of the Institution shall be obliged to ensure that all important information and all the documentation obtained during the mission are cleared upon return, and to visit the Health Center of the Institution to provide a health report.

  34. The mission report is issued before the office of its senior group, the General Council. The senior Group is responsible to forward all information and reports to the Supervisory Authority and the Administration Office.

  35. The act of a corporate judgment is not allowed at any level.

  36. The unit must respect, in its own mission, all the legal rights and principles of human rights and the responsibility of such treatment, property and public freedom.

  37. Termination of the mission shall be subject to full medical check-up by an Institution Doctor who decides to detain for treatment or release.

  38. The Health Check Report is forwarded to the Health Intelligence Council for the Office for Health Preventive Control, and an assessment report is also registered in the Health and Social Insurance Company's Database, at the Institutional Clinic and in the Institutional Administration as a Health Card of the Employee. The Health Intelligence Council has a preventive control authority and the Supervisory Authority has the right to terminate the duty of the employee's service if he / she is well aware of the risk of a health threat to the employee.


 

Supervisory Authority and Trial Investigation Commission


 

  1. Institutions must consistently demonstrate their own safety responsibility and trustworthiness. If an Institution fails to submit all the documents of systematized checks to the supervisory authorities responsibly, the Institution's activity may be suspended or restricted because of the need to conduct direct interrogation checks.

  2. The Institution therefore consists of several supervisory authorities that oversee the function of responsible security and confidence-building capabilities.

  3. The Supervisory Body shall become coordinating with the Trial Investigation Commission, which shall continuously supervise the Institutions, as well as in the extent of the incidents of suspicion or prosecution and for the purpose of controlling established investigation objectives under the Authority's Office of Institution Operations.

  4. The Criminal Investigation Commission may also be used for the purpose of federal co-operation with federal state investigative and police services and units of specialized departments.

  5. The Criminal Investigation Commission is based on the function of the three groups of the control process between each other.

  6. Each group is made up of anonymous members, with a sealing identification number and a digital encryption transmitter that determines the ability to administratively authenticate the identity of a group member.

  7. Each group is composed of an anonymous number draw. Drawings fall under the camera and check the Notary. The record is stored in the Institution's Administration Archive, with a sealing closure that safeguards their inviolability.

  8. The numbers in question represent a random security employee who receives a service obligation for the Institution by draw. The numbers are registered by the Administration Office and, as a result, they contact the winning persons for the purpose of composing all three Trials groups Commission, and three Commanders who will check the outcome of the investigation of all groups of the Tribunal Investigation Commission in the final activity.

  9. The administration must not know the compatibility of numbers to identify the new team member to be drawn. Contacting is done by the computer system.

  10. A member may not, however, notify his / hers and other persons of his / her duty to serve in the Tribunal Investigation Commission.

  11. Persons who may become active as Investigators of the Trials Investigative Commission must be responsible for the practice of detective and police services, interrogation intelligence, and psychology, and legal treatment of ossete under interrogation.

  12. Each member of the group is anonymous. No one knows the identity of the other. Investigating groups should never come into contact with the investigation.

  13. Each member of a group or commander of a Trial Commission who, during an investigation, records any step of the other investigating partner, such as attempted fraud and falsification of interrogation, an act of corruption or any other attempt to influence it, immediately has the duty to report the act of crime to the controlling person Try a crime.

  14. A merged group will then initiate a suspect investigation. Investigation shall include all steps and procedures of investigative practices, information obtained and all members of the investigative mission.

  15. The investigative act is monitored by the camera. The camera record observe the second and third groups of Anonymous composition. The Group is responsible for ensuring the safety function and adherence to the Group 1 working rules for the operational investigation.

  16. The second and third groups perform their detection of the record, indefinitely, in isolation from the first.

  17. If the Second or Third Investigating Group encounters an attempt to deceive, violate rules or fastify, the inspection team has the duty to contact the security forces to immediately secure and prosecute all persons responsible for the crime.

  18. Once the investigation has been completed, the Second and Third Groups are responsible for issuing reports of incidents from the first group investigation. Messages are independently created, sent in an independent document. The Trial Commander will check the original duality of the record from the Second and Third Group to ensure that the recordings and security of the first-team qualitative testimony are verified.

  19. If the Trial Commission is at the end of its own working hours, it will be the duty to ensure the interrogation of the following teams, thereby verifying their security and confidence, without attempting any attempt to influence the interrogation or construction.

  20. If the Trial Commission is at the beginning of its own working hours, it will be the duty to ensure that the following teams are questioned, thereby verifying their security and confidence without attempting any attempt to interfere with the interrogation or construction.

  21. All act of investigation The Trial Commission of Investigation must be carried out using detectors of false as polygraphic technology.

  22. Each member of the Tribunal Investigation Commission must be dressed in the responsible uniform of the Trials Commission, black overalls, white balaclava to prevent any act of detection and identification of data identification. Voice under tone-tone voice technology, fingerprints covered with gloves.

  23. Each jumpsuit must have a distinctive inscription Identification number which guarantees the anonymous performance of the investigator. The overcoat owns an Electronic Seal Lock which reports the time and place of the jumpsuit. The Electronic Seal Lock will be switched on when the overalls are put on. Prior to dressing the overalls and turning on the Electric Seal Lock, the examiner will be equipped with a monitoring wristband to monitor his movement and the ability to immediately validate the certification.

  24. The investigation files are stored in the Administration Archive. No one has access to the information obtained from the Trials Investigation Commission's controls unless the Federal Courts have taken a legitimate decision.

  25. Thus, the Anonymity system is also composed of persons who are activated as an Institutional Police, designated for the task of continuous performance and the ability to arrest all persons responsible for the established crime of violation of the Central Code of the Institution, or the violation of the principles of investigative practices.

  26. The Institutional Police shall consist of military units authorized by the armed mission. Each member is anonymous to the other.

  27. The Institutional Police's duty is to process information from the Spy and Detective Centers that collectively provide for the detection of all persons who have been infringed by the Institution and for their ability to be immediately captured and imprisoned in the Institutional Prison.

  28. The Institutional Police may cooperate with the Federal Police, the Foreign Government Officials and / or the International Police, and the principles of the Institutions and the Federation's own Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements.

  29. Every employee and official of an Institution shall be regularly inspected by the Trial Investigation Commission and by the polling techniques of interrogation, and by the first and last on the day of his or her official or official appointment, as well as his re-appointment.

  30. The Trial Investigation Commission shall carry out regular checks;

    1. Members of the General Council of the Institution,

    2. Employees and members of the mission,

    3. The Monopoly Council,

    4. Administration Office,

    5. Arms and Technological Warehousing Authorities,

    6. Business Management and Institutional Banks,

    7. Corporate Network Supervisors,

    8. Foreign producers of the purchased technology,

    9. Health Intelligence Council and Associated Corporate Networks,

    10. Other Centers Institutions and New Partners.

  31. The Criminal Investigation Commission furthermore carries out inspections of the staff of the Institution, according to the information navigation from the services of the Supervisory Authority, the Spying and the Detective Services, which have the task of conducting inspections of the Institution's legitimate function according to the Central Code of the Institution.

  32. The Supervisory Authority is a service that controls the handling of arms technology, the performance and manipulation of commercial and industrial corporations, the assets of finance and their legal resources, and the activities of proper functions among all entities of offices, units, and general representatives in Institutional performance, with observation of the Trial Investigation Commission activities.

  33. The Supervisory Council is composed of commission officials together with federal representatives who represent federal government and communicate with federal authorities.

  34. The Supervisory Council is therefore an independent Institutional body which, in its own right, monitors the functions of the Office of the Institutional Services in the interest of their own control responsibilities and orders, and according to these monitored data on the accountability, the Supervisory Council issues an official authorization to exercise the rules of manipulation and activities between authorities Procedure of the subsequent application of the function process.

  35. If, in the process of accountability, the Supervisory Council has not been held liable, the other person or entity and the authority may not subsequently take any subsequent step in the process of the subsequent exercise of the process or allow cooperation without sufficiently verified and confirmed documents before the Supervisory Council.

  36. The Supervisory Council also has open rights to monitor the activities and missions of all Private Societies with membership in the Institution, active in the interest of the Mission of the Institution within the Federation or under the name of the Federation Abroad.

  37. If the Institution is active in the territory of a foreign state, the government of the territory has the right to set up its own group for cooperation with the Supervisory Council.

  38. Each group that is sent to its own mission must regularly report its own mission findings and also ensure the collection of all responsible materials confirming the action taken in accordance with the mission carried out,

    1. Incidents of current position

    2. Video and photo documentation,

    3. Identification of persons, number of persons,

    4. Recording location and map orientation, coordinates

    5. Time and date,

    6. Physical and other conditions.

  39. Institutions shall not be abused by their own member, client, mission members, or any other party, and shall not allow any form of crime that violates the legal rules of federal jurisdiction and the principles of International law.

  40. Institutions may not initiate in any event; Trafficking in human beings, violations of human rights and freedoms, organized crime, unregistered and illegal arms trafficking, drug trafficking, violation of the integrity of another state and mercenary, unregistered markets and manipulation, licensing and falsification, or other act of fraud.

  41. If a government party as a federation represents the status of a person in violation of the principles of International Law, anybody interested in co-operation or only a challenge has the right to inform about the requirement for legal synchronization and thus to achieve the confidence of the legitimacy of the legal function of the federal authorities The duty to submit its own legal verification of the exercise of all its own duties of security and legal synchronization.


 

Healt Intelligence Council


 

  1. The Institution also establishes the Office as the Health Intelligence Council, which is responsible for the task of ensuring full health security and capacity to perform Institution Employees with guarantees of their health surveillance.

  2. Superior The Order of Health Teams, as a private health care and private clinic, a private health center, a private doctor, have the right to establish their own membership in the Institution, thereby creating and utilizing cooperation as the Health Intelligence Council.

  3. Every private health organization or NGO is a member of the Health Intelligence Council as a second group of non-attached members with limited power of exercise.

  4. The second network of the members of the Health Intelligence Council has the right to support a common logistics, supervision of the legal performance of the health center, and for the purpose of coordinated cooperation of a direct source of information.

  5. The Health Intelligence Council establishes the Private Clinical and Healthcare Center as part of the Institution. The Institutional Hospital is intended for all members of the Institution, as well as all Institution's clients. Institutional Hospital can also be used by a Federation citizen or a tourist.

  6. Institutional Hospital uses its own tax for treatment and hospitalization services. Members of the Institution have the right to treat occupational injuries from Institutional Bank resources. Direct Clients Institutions have the right to discount for used services.

  7. The Health Intelligence Council also includes an Internal Health and Social Insurance Office which provides treatment security to all employees of the Institution, using Institutional Contributions for Employees, for deposits on behalf of the Health and Social Insurance Company allowing for immediate payment for all health care services.

  8. The Health Intelligence Council has the right for organized cooperation with the Institutional Bank to establish and co-operate with its own centers for the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and health technologies, for medical devices, for processing and for the manufacture of drugs, or for the production of laboratory technical equipment and machines.

  9. The acquired technologies and products from the production network are determined;

    1. A free market under a responsible license.

    2. With the right to use their function in the Institution hospital,

    3. Or for the purpose of the Superior Mission of Physicians and Health Services, as determined by the Institution and the Central Bank of the Federation,

    4. Humanitarian partnership.

  10. The profits from free sales are the profit of commercial corporations and the purpose of their autonomous operation. The Bank Institution also has the right to register Gross Institutional Product (IPS) to apply for operating payments to producers from the Bank's corporate network and to acquire the Bank's profitable capital in the case of technologies and products produced by the Institution.

  11. Each Health Regulations shall have the right to use the Institutional Financial Systems and the cooperation with the Institutional Bank for the purpose of paying its own staff in the Institutions' services, ensuring payment for the purchase of health goods and technologies, as well as for securing their own protection. Soldiers Institutions for deployment in an armed Conflict and the principles of the Geneva Agreements on Wounded and Sick.

  12. Institutions use their own network of offices to apply a stable employee health insurance scheme in their strategy of using their own Insurance Agency under the Institution, in a financial ties with the Institution Bank, and with Institutional Institutions and corporate networks of the Institution, enabling direct payments to the Bank for health service networks and assortment, Which means the immediate return of all payments to the bank and securing a follow-up fund management cycle.

  13. The Health Intelligence Council also uses the pedagogy office, which is active as the Medical University Administration for Education in Medicine and Medicine, with the Legal Science of Healthcare.


 

Institution Free Service


 

  1. Institutions use their own Business Management Department and Collaboration with the Institutional Bank to ensure the management of other corporations and corporations as their own service centers categorized as;

    1. Textile industry and sewing uniforms and suits,

    2. Cleaning services,

    3. Public reporting as a News Agency,

    4. Repair of service cars and transports,

    5. Repair of technologies,

    6. Arms technology tests,

    7. Private Cargo & Handling Service, Trucks, Trains, Aircraft, Ships,

    8. Other Operational Infrastructure Functions Institutions with basics of autonomous function from their own profits.


 

Declaration on Membership


 

  1. Private Security and Military Societies, which want to declare an act of membership in the Institution, therefore always have the right of their declaration.

  2. Private Security and Military Societies that declare their membership of an Institution thus confirm acceptance of full responsibility to the Institution's Central Code and, in the interests of their membership, will always proceed in accordance with this legal provision.

  3. Thus, the Private Company confirms the Declaration of Membership in the Institution and thus establishes a document of its own file of the Private Company Archives, with confirmation by the Notary Public or the Attorney, signifying the creation of its own legal document confirming the right to membership and the legalization of the enforcement of its own rights before the Legal Courts.

  4. The Private Company shall continue to elect representatives of its own Society, as members of the General Council of the Institution, as well as Diplomatic persons, as well as members of its own Administration Office, which will be designated for the purposes of Administration and Official Synchronization with the Institution, Central Code of Institution.

  5. The Private Company, by its own Administration Team, will arrange to familiarize the General Council of the Institution and the International Representative of the Federation, to deposit a copy of the Declaration of Membership in the Institution, in the Institution's Archives.

  6. In the event that the Institution Archive or a representative of the Federation is familiar, the membership is valid if the Private Company is legally synchronized in the interest of the Principles of the Central Code of the Institution.

  7. If the Federal Representation and the General Council of the Institution are not actively organized or destabilized or do not at all have the status of their own deactivation, that is, the Private Company and its established Administration Authority with the obligation to achieve the Administration's performance to familiarize all Private Security Societies around the world and achieve common Agreements to establish the function of jointly organizing the act of activation of the Institution Institutions representing the establishment of the General Council Institution and performance Institutions according to the Central Code of the Institution, in the interest of the principles of the Constitution of the Federation.

  8. Signatory companies will require all applicants to authorize access to prior employment records and available government records as a condition for employment or engagement. This includes records relating to posts held with the military, police or public or private security providers. In addition, Signatory Companies shall require all personnel to be involved in internal investigations and disciplinary proceedings, as well as in any public investigations conducted by competent authorities, except where prohibited by law.

  9. The High Contracting Parties undertake to respect and ensure respect for this Convention in all circumstances.


 

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The creation of Consortia business entity as a legal person introduced Organizer
Organiser acquires the business parties, corporations and businesses at the state level, the foreign country and internationally, for the opportunity to ensure the growth of transnational relations business sides of the same category and thus their alliance to form a single entity activating the territory of the Imperium of Diamond's like a business Consortium at a unitary corporations representing General Council composed of many of the numerous range of business entities with legal personality.
Organiser is organizing a group as the third representative of the Organizing documents such entities trading parties in the form of consortia which are composed of all acquired by business corporations, and thus create a common trade as an act collectively to expand its network of sales offices with a new name legal society over the legitimacy of the Organizing Document of the consortium and this authorization to use profits from its own program, trade and investment by the joint development of guarantee contracts between traders consortium.
The consortium thus arises that three or more, and no limit on the number of parties business corporations the same size business category and merchants together constitute an agreement on trade cooperation as a consortium of ID's, and that means that the members of such an agreement becomes General Council as the main representation for body Consortium. The consortium is a fully independent body and its representation own dimension as the General Council functioning on the territory of jurisdiction of Diamond's Imperium, and thus no obligation dual taxation for persons from foreign countries.
The consortium and its General Council are therefore legally recognized as the second person with his own foundation's headquarters under the jurisdiction of Diamond's Imperium, and not against a foreign state.
Each consortium obtains legal address within the Imperium of Diamond Offshore's under the format of principle, while the right anonymous bank account of the State Imperium of Diamond's.
Organiser therefore own position only as a contracting authority with a registry document and produce evidence common parties in order to form a consortium and the selection of the registration fee which will be handed over to the official authorities ID's government and to confirm the registry of a new business entity in the ID's Commercial Register, it means the ability to start a legitimate business activities in the Imperium of Diamond's and the extent of such jurisdiction.
Organizer subsequently obtains financial share for its activity and gain a new member of the Group Consortium. For each consortium receives profits immediately in the event that the subject of the Consortium made a first payment of income taxes and profits. Profit from the creation of the consortium is ratified by the number for every single entity, while in the second ratification of a number of active business entities in the interest of capacities necessary for the full functioning of the consortium as a stable business entity, and therefore with acreage values ​​of the capitalist system ratification by market levels.

Consortium may be founded in order to produce oil companies, firms and corporations with electronics, metallurgy, chemical industry, mechanical engineering, medical center or as agricultural centers and financial services, even the side of the bank from foreign countries together can launch function as a consortium of which there is one company form.
Consortium may be established for the purpose of conducting business on behalf of another legal person status, and to the Strategic Trade Cooperation in the Imperium of Diamonds or the use of a new center for the export of the product abroad, mainly as a second source to ensure their own development resources to foreign parties.
Advantage consortium for each business group, is the possibility of cooperation in a multi-national group and develop also thanks to intelligence and technological advancement from other individuals in the group and therefore is entitled to conveniently organize and develop as a group and with global selecting the best intelligence and values. Development is organized by the willingness of commercial parties in the interest of the provisions on deposit in contracting act of the General Council of the Consortium.
Creating the Consortium on the territory of the Imperium of Diamond's is an opportunity to develop trade markets and build common commercial properties on the territory of the Imperium of Diamond's, under the name of the state Imperium of Diamond's and legal registry in the territory of international waters, as well as to free orbit and subsequently in free cosmic space and on other planets in the cosmos.
This creates the ability to dynamicly developing at advanced level and significantly grow into the largest business groups in converting the entire world. Cooperation is beneficial for all traders and their interest in growth when using the multi-dimensional nature of global cooperation organized by the Common Market.

 
Multy Consortium

Multy consortium becomes subject which comprises a further alliances between several different categories of Consortia which are tied together related business networks, meaning the structure of the system of Internal trade organizations to build their own modernization of all groups Multy Consortium for using common resources. Market development and financial cycle is composed of its own closed cyclisation without inflationary rhythm. The groups will jointly develop and produce advanced level of their own capabilities.
Example activities and composition of the Consortium's multi-trade system when a corporation jointly formed a consortium single category of the market, such as consortia that may be composed of one business category, such as Metallurgy, is the second category Electronics, the third category Agriculture, and so on.
Consortia are therefore then collectively unite to form a multi-consortium that it may be active as a group composed, for example, a business category markets for mining resources and their laboratory production, followed by the category manufacturing solid materials, machining category, categories of construction technology and product electrical engineering and thus the sales or the economic and strategic use of its own internal management of the consortia, or trade on the open market.
This creates a multi-consortium. Multi-consortium may also focus on the public market, as is standard business corporation.
Multy consortium is also based on a system of cooperation with the Government of Diamond's Imperium for planning grants and financial development objectives or division missions and projects, expanded categories multy national dimension.

 
 
Business Categories
 
Business categories of legal business associations offered by the federal government Imperium of Diamond's
 

 
Junior Business
Trade body at the social company level, but the foundation office in the form of legal commercial entity. Business entity is intended only for small markets and easy to work voluntary nature. Junior business is a form of trafficking for children from 10 years, child's who is Freely interested.

Firm
The body as a natural person presenting a certificate of proficiency in performance in the professional field, and thus the right to form a business as a contract company. Every natural person has the right to create an unlimited number of property firms owned by qualification and profession without reference to any other form of legal ownership of the name. The company is the physical association.
 
Start Corporation
Start Corporation is a business association that is designed for people who obtain certification for mental health condition and ability of professional development training is. Start founding corporation formed under the authority of an autonomous government Imperium of Diamond's why the owner of Start Corporation does not need any financial resources and expertise in the profession, while losing his own responsibility activities of the corporation. Start Corporation is a business-led management of the Government Office and the authorities organize the procurement of trade and development 'trade union. Corporate profits are determined to ensure the quality of life of the owner Start Corporation, and especially for his study or family development. In the period when the owner Start Corporation received sufficient education, the business association handed over to full management responsibility and ownership. If the owner fails to achieve the necessary qualifications, it will start Corporation passed in the name of another person in order, or will be made public outcry. Start Corporation is active at the public market, and particularly for cooperation with educational centers in order to provide practice for students during their education at the level of real business environment, and is a corporation or used for public purpose.
 
Register Company
The company provides for the registration of copyright and the arts of individuals and society by supporting the organization of business activities with the copyright value.

Offshore Management Service
The entity which is led by the retailers who are expanding strategy of the association on behalf of other clients entrusted corporations as owners of the business entity, or the Council Offshore Service Management team takes clients to the possibility of using the service team in order to create a new business entity.
 
Company
Association of firms and smaller merchants who together create a partnership agreement that arises from a commercial entity as a legitimate company in order to function according to the size category of rights trading company.

Representation Company
The company belonging to another legal entity without a shared relationship, only destined for ceremonial matters.
 
Public Media Corporation
Television, radio, magazine, news and commercial act before a public audience.

3DD Real Estate Company
Trading company active in the digital world and the network business economics among others 3DD Real Estate companies. Virtual entity can possess anyone, without any limit while having the maximum number of other business entities.
 
Capital Company
Company managing only the capitalist system-driven market and thus activate the self-development of commercial interests and strategic development under capitalist stragy.
 
Investment Company
Investment company creates financial and development resources for other companies and corporations that use sponsorship in order to expand their own market and profit from investments to ensure the return borrowed for Investment companies.
 
Prime Corporation
Ownership of the business Company, only one person, and with the established management team. Prime-Corporation Limited own capital limit.
 
Comand Company
The association of two parties composed of persons as a financial investor and business organizer, thus to agree on a common profit.
 
Interactive Comand Company
The association of two parties composed of persons as a financial investor and flexible business organizer, thus to agree on a common profit. Flexible organizer of trade is only temporary partner that can be exchanged for another candidate to Community if the candidate will possess a better business plan than its competitors.
 
Holding Company
Trading company in order to develop transport logistics and establish cooperation as a supplier of goods under transit and either by private taxi service charges.
 
Building Corporation
The corporation focuses on construction markets, development of architecture and urbanization, and therefore the possibility of establishing a dual takings as its own center of the construction industry and activities of architect engineering and construction of the building. Construction Corporation consists of a number of professional experts and companies who jointly expand the building fund.
 
Market Company
Market processing and sales, management uses its own market when market activity of other traders and thus the creation of common own financial profit from the value added to the price of products and services.
 
International Company
The use of logistics management of international markets for the possibility of interactive planning and expand contractual relationships with global traders to develop their own gain and the structure of markets. The government has the right support development of logistics management.
Joint-stock Company
Business association with the obligation upon the leadership level budgets to the limit dimension of owned capital to the level of maximum profits without limitation except for the obligation to respect tax systems. Joint-stock Corporation issued and limits their own investment securities available for sale are the foundation of their prices by size of economic power joint stock corporation.
 
Civilizational Corporation
State organizes business in order to build new markets and business, raw, resource and financial networks civilization.

Federal Company
Company commercial interest only active on the territory of the Federation, or between Company bodies and by expanding own multi infrastructure throughout the civilization. The company has a widespread development rights at official level synchronization.
 
Multy Company
The association of a consortium of one category of the retail market and thus functions as a business company.
 
Commercial Consortium
Association of Corporate different business categories and the creation of business cooperation such as jointly owned other person associated corporations made up for the purpose of activities as a single business entity based on the form of the Business Council dealer associations.
 
Multy Consortium
Association of consortia to function as one company.
 
Management Company
The company with the register of trade associations that own the debt level of confidence of the financial crisis and bankruptcy, and there are obligations of the act entrusting the indebted business entity into the hands Management Company that extends the strategy of the foundation property uses many of the numerous dimensions of a registry operated business associations which are therefore in the hands of management administration form internal and public business strategy of common interest for the financial management and development of business entities with a view to ensuring their deleveraging and returning back into the hands of the legal owner. Indebted corporations that are responsible of its trade name.
 
Interactive Corporation
Group of companies based on a system that allows immediate own immediate ability restructuralization markets and internal resources in accordance with the strategic plan and emergency situations civilization and business markets. Corporations own source benefits and the right to activate multiple forms multy trade, as well as an interactive cooperation with Federal Bank.
 
Private Corporations
Publicly anonymous business entity is a form of private association which is associated with the business of government, and receives orders from the authorities of the states. Military orders, arms manufacturing, technology, special resources, others.
 
Intelligent Corporation
Corporations that contacts with other governmental and foreign merchants or services, and always with a view to selling the business intelligence development plans and building intelligence used to grow new projects in the rhythm of state business stability and also to develop new markets or increase their dynamics.

Booking Company
Trading company with its own jurisdiction in the form of a free trade categorization of activities in the space reserved for a limited period of time and with limited territorial zone. The register is kept at the offices of the government.

Incorporate
Corporations with form their own principles of jurisdiction and activity for the purpose of self-interest according to the contractual provisions with the government of the country.
 
OFFICE Company
Trading company that supports government and local authorities, with their own financial profit from operations in the fees for use of authority and the establishment of commercial and professional intelligence networks or Multi sponsorship, development and consumerism. The Office carries out political activity in public affairs, and it is necessary to respect the obligation of the company structure in sync with the authorities, police and investigative bodies governed by public action.
 
Research Corporation
Form institution and business entity uses its own business entity management used for the commercial application of research and securing sources of finance.
 
Planetary Corporation
Corporation active in the size of the planet and as a business entity expanding its own infrastructure company.
 
Stationary Corporation
Corporation active in the dimension of space stations and expanding as business entity owns the infrastructure company.
 
Universal Corporation
Multy business entity with its own infrastructure cosmic sources and industrial centers between planets in the universe.
 
Space Science Corporation
Research center with free opportunities to own and expand their own resources to develop the infrastructure at the research center and to research work around the space subjects special natural phenomenon.
 
Business Burza
Diet merchants in common centralization of business rhythm in the same direction, thereby resulting Mercantile Exchange as traders parliament in order to increase the centralization of market intelligence and enable a steady income logistics business development. Exchange is led by the founder, or representations that have been selected from a number of traders active on the exchange. Stock representations loses other rights of ownership and management of any other business entity. Exchange may collect fees for the financial register of cooperation and business development rhythms or register a trade with investment materials. The Exchange is a legal institution.
 

Your Primary option for Business Start ?

Corporation in Legal possession of Register people, and under management supervisory of Manager Council's of Imperium of Diamond's and Manager's Legal responsibility.
People in registration have profit from Corporate business activity, and duties for their own education in profession until time, when owner of corporation have certification for his intellectuality and responsibility for managing corporation.
 

 
ID Corporation's Start, open to everyone around the world, the goal is to stabilize markets and civilization of the country's ID, and the growth of the body corporatocracy.
Today, because of terrorism on the part of European governments, each Applicant has own entitlement to apply for a judicial procedure which means the right for full financial compensation for blockages to develop.
The situation in Europe, the influx of immigrants and migrants, each of which owns all rights to know such opportunities for their own development, and that because the federal government Imperium of Diamonds opens right of citizenship to all people around the world.

Please certified Your register in Notari or Lawyer Quartier, and with Your own description of Your interest for business activities.

Easy Strategy for development of the Business Infrastructure:
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