Charter of Central Convenience Club
Goals and Agreement
We of Central Convenience Club solemnly have been established for the greater good of our member nations’ economic prosperity and collective convenience. We request that members of our Brand-New Club accept the fact that the club WILL NOT MANDATE ANY REQUESTS APART FROM RECOGNIZING THE ECONOMICAL AND POLITICAL SOVEREIGNTY OF THE MEMBER NATIONS. As we are growing, ever-changing, Brand-New Club, the Club shall reserve the right to alter, add, and remove any sections of the charter that the club finds inefficient or outdated with exception of Section I. FROM THIS POINT ON, BY THE POWER INVESTED IN US BY OUR MEMBERS, WE HEREBY DECLARE THAT THE CENTRAL CONVENIENCE CLUB BE ESTABLISHED.
Club Hierarchy and Order
The Central Convenience Club (CCC) will have its own entity and sovereignty from club members. NO CLUB MEMBER SHALL BE CONDEMNED BY THE CLUB’S ACTIONS, AND NO SINGULAR NATION SHALL BE PRAISED BY THE CLUB’S ACTIONS. We of CCC respect sovereignty of our member nations and shall not disrupt what is theirs, but we shall, as it is our goal, do our best to assist Central Convenience Club in any way shape or form.
All of CCC’s actions are to be executed by the Central Planning Committee (CPC), which consists of Club Chairgroup and Central Manager. Club Chairgroup is the top-most tier of decision making body of CCC which will be comprised of member nation’s representatives’ leaders. Club Chairgroup, in turn, will appoint Central Manager, who will be in charge of day-to-day operations of CCC. Chairgroup will only concern themselves with “Issues,” which is any event declared worthy of the Chairgroup’s attention by one or more member of the Club Chairgroup. These Issues are to be introduced by the Chairman (member of the Chairgroup) that has deemed the Issue worthy of attention, and each members will be given at least five days to sit on the issue and decide on their vote. Each Chairman is given ONE vote, and the vote can only be one of the three choices: “aye,” “nay,” or absent. The process is decided by a simple majority, and if the vote cannot be decided, the final vote goes to Central Manager, who will give a deciding vote on the issue. These Issues can be called upon for reevaluation ONCE immediately after, and then called upon for reevaluation ONCE every month.
Below the CPC is Commission Heads. Commission division is to be formed in order to execute the will of the CPC that has been dictated necessary. These Commissions can be added, removed, or revises as seen fit by the CPC. Commission Heads are to be appointed by the Central Manager, but Chairgroup can voice concerns, in which case the case has turned into an Issue that must be voted by the Chairgroup. For each of the new Commission is added, a new Section of this Charter will be added to accommodate for its actions. Commission Heads will appoint number of men necessary for the job, and will be responsible for not only being the final voice of the Commission, but also be responsible for creating budget plan to be considered by the Central Manager. The Central Manager will be given the final saying in the budget and Chairgroup will approve on the plans.Subsection ATemporary Executive Meeting
The Temporary Executive Meeting, TEM, can be called whenever there is no immediate decision making body
in the CCC. This could include absence or disappearance of the current Central Manager, more than half of the members of Chairgroup, or when no decision-making body itself is present.
The TEM can be called on by any Chairmen in the case of major crisis. However, chairmen who called upon the meeting must have valid reason, else it will be stripped of its membership status in CCC and will have to pay one trillion ($1,000,000,000,000) dollar fine towards the CCC treasury. The TEM has the authority to assign permanent Central Manager (although this could then be reversed by the Chairgroup), and it can also assign Commission Heads (although this could then be revised by the Central Manager). The TEM has authority and privileged to do anything seen fit for the betterment of CCC, although TEM's authority MUST NOT usurp the authority of the Club Chairgroup
. The TEM also has the power to alter, add, subtract, and revise the Doctrine of CCC With Exception of Section I
. The TEM also CANNOT remove any Doctrines already established.
It can, however, add a new doctrine.Subsection BCentral Manager
The Central Manager will oversee the every-day activity of the CCC. It will be the mediator and final executive body of the CCC, unless the decision has been altered into an "issue" by the Chairgroup, in which the Chairgroup has the ultimate executive power over that single issue. The Central Manager also appoints the Commission Heads, and could alternate the Commission Heads as necessary.
Apart from the original starting members, all Club members are to be invitation-exclusive. Any nation wishing to be part of this Brand-New Club is to gain the support of any of the members of the Club in order to be considered for admittance. Each of these new memberships are to be considered an Issue, and be voted in the Chairgroup for consideration. And as with all other Issues, the case of membership can be renewed every month for consideration.
Only Nations can be part of CCC. Any companies that wishes to be part of CCC’s benefits can do so with a fee, however they will not be given a voice in the Club Chairgroup or be able to invite another entity into the club. In other words, any company can become a CLIENT of the CCC, paying for our services.Subsection AMembership and Commission Termination Details
The membership termination must be given 48 hours advanced notice (OOC: in RL time). However, membership termination by any nation or company will not be given a refund of the funding that has been paid. Should the members of CCC not pay its dues as mentioned in Section IV, Taxation, then this will cause immediately termination of the membership.
Should members stated interest and or is part of the Commission, but the member country or company has not paid the dues requested by each commission, the said country or company will be given three weeks (OOC: in RL time) of warning, during which the said member can pay more than 10% of the full dues in order to stay within the Commission. Should such offer expire without any notices to state otherwise, it will cause immediately termination of the said member’s benefits within the commission. This will NOT cause the termination of the CCC membership, however.Subsection BDefinition of Client Companies
The Central Convenience Club only extends its hands to countries for full membership. However, companies can also enjoy the benefits that CCC can offer. This subsection is established to define the borders at which the companies can enter the CCC.
The companies who wish to be part of CCC will become “Client Companies” of CCC. These companies will have to pay the same membership fee as established by Section IV, Taxation, and pay the dues for CCC. The Client Companies will enjoy the full benefit and privilege of CCC, which is to be able to join the Commissions that is created by the CCC. However, Client Companies of CCC may NOT participate in CCC politics, which is to elect and be part of CPC.
However, should a need of expert arises, Client Companies can head the Commission Heads in order for the Commission to be most efficient and convenient for its members.
Client Companies are expected to pay the dues for all the Commission is, unless stated specifically by the Commission establishment section, exactly same in value as the country’s payment. The Client Companies will obtain full privilege of that Commission, unless the Commission establishment section states otherwise.
The Client Companies’ termination is exactly same procedure as the member companies. From here on out, Client Companies will be deemed similar to members with no political powers within the CCC.
Because there are maintenance issues, the CCC will expect from its member nations a small fee to be part of the Club. Each nation is expected to pay yearly five million dollars ($5,000,000) during the course of the year for day-to-day activities that happens in the CCC. The payment is directly used for maintenance of CCC and salary of Central Manager, who gets his cut through the contract that he establishes with Chairgroup, and can only be altered by the Chairgroup. All other activities of the CCC must be paid separately to ensure no money is being wasted. Client Companies of the CCC is also accountable five million dollars of club fees. Failure to pay more than 50% of the requested funds will result in termination of the membership.Subsection AExemption of Taxes
Should there be a case where a member country or company is in more than three Commissions, the said member can file an exemption of taxes of the CCC. This will mean that the said member will not have to pay the taxes said and set by the above main section IV, Taxation. Should the said member wish to continue to pay the taxes of CCC while the said member is still in the three or more Commissions, that said member can file for discount of all other Commissions, where third Commission and on will be provided for that said member 50% off. This will indicate that the said member that has met all the requirements can apply for half-off in any Commissions that the said member wishes (given that other two Commissions are being paid at full price.)
Should the said member leave the Commission or get its Commission privileges terminated, and that the total Commission that the said member is in no longer is or exceeding three, then this will create automatic termination of the privileges that the said member obtains from this subsection. Similarly, a previously terminated member can apply for this privilege again should the said member meet all the requirements.
Commission of War
We at CCC hereby declare that Commission of War (CoW) be established. The Commission of War shall take from each member nation as much of the Reserve
force as they are willing to offer, and as much funding as they are willing to offer. However, in order to receive full benefits of this Commission, the member and or clients must at least contribute one billion dollars ($1,000,000,000) worth of money into the Commission of War per year to proceed with funding. The funds will be used to maintain, purchase, and train the CCC military, The Central War Commission (CWC). CWC will not require any members and clients from donating troops to be part of the CWC forces. The donated troops will be under CWC’s jurisdiction and will operation with CCC’s orders. They will also be paid and trained by CWC from this point. Member nations must give 72 hour notice prior to its removal. Once requested and 72 hours have passed, the troops requested for release will return to their home country and its jurisdiction will be given back to their home nation. CWC will also accept any military equipment donated by its members and clients.
CWC will be responsible for collective defense of its members. As long as member nation or client companies have paid their dues to Commission of War, the CWC will rise to protect these entities when their base of operation if threatened. However, CWC will only move when requested. CWC will not move to support the nation if the nation does not see the need of CWC’s assistance.
This Section DOES NOT DISCOURAGE MEMBER NATIONS FROM SUPPORTING OTHER MEMBER NATIONS. However, CWC exists as a collective force to protect the interest of its paid members.
Commission of Resources
We at CCC hereby declare that Commission of Resources (CoR) be established. The Commission of Resources’ goal is to help develop and exploit all the potential resource mines within the member’s owned area. CoR does not request membership fees, but CoR mandates that any mine developed by CoR to be in the hands of CoR for five years, after which the resource areas will be returned to the country. Client Companies wishing to be took into consideration of construction and business contracts with CoR will, however, need to pay five hundred million dollars ($500,000,000) per year.
CoR’s mission is to establish state-of-the-art mining facility for all member nations. Therefore, with permission from the member nations, CoR will enter and establish or repair any mines that are deemed to be inefficiently exploited. Like developing brand new mines, CoR will take custody of the resource facility for a certain period of time. For repairs, the dealings will be made depending on the diagnostics by the experts of the field in a form of business contract. Once the facility has been lent out for certain period of time to CoR, the country will take back the custody of the facility back.
Commission of Market
We at CCC hereby declare that Commission of Market (CoM) be established. The Commission of Market’s goal is to assist in forming a mediator to create a fair dealing within the member nations with client companies. CoM does not require any capital from member countries, but it does require one million ($1,000,000) dollars from member companies. CoM works by sending agents to the countries and companies to create an arbitrary information sheet for both company and countries to use. Any member companies and countries can access this information, but companies must pay the membership fee for CoM prior to accessing the information. The CoM also provides meeting groups for companies and countries to meet.
Commission of Investment
We at CCC hereby declare that Commission of Investment (CoI) be established. The Commission of Investment’s goal is to create an insurance system for all countries and companies should they fail to meet certain achievements. There is no membership fee for member companies or countries to join the Commission of Investment. In fact, any member country and company can reap the benefit of CoI once the membership of CCC is validated. CoI, however, acts much like a banking system, where a deposit and withdrawal is all possible in CoI, CoI also lends capital for member companies and countries at relatively low and flat interest rates. The money within CoI is invested into R&D of member companies as well as member company’s stocks. The deposited money will obtain interest over time as well. CoI functions simply as massive bank for countries and companies to safely invest in.
Commission of Hired Hands
We at CCC hereby declare that Commission of Hired Hands (CoHH) be established. The Commission of Hired Hands is agency for employers that seek certain skilled hands. CoHH is the only section within CCC that extends to individual levels. The CoHH allows individuals to register as individual or as groups. The CoHH then sends agents (or interviews) the said individuals or groups to evaluate on their skills. Shortly after, the information for that party is posted in the CoHH for viewing by countries as well as companies of the CCC membership. Any job, both legal or illegitimate, is allowed a membership in the CoHH. For evaluation and interview, all groups and individuals requesting to be part of CoHH will need to pay certain amount of fees for such occasions.
Commission of Radiation Research
We at CCC hereby declare that Commission of Radiation Research (CoRR) be established. The Commission of Radiation Research’s goal is to research, develop, and produce safe and efficient nuclear power plants as well as maintaining the safety of existing nuclear power plants. Members of CoRR will have to pay five hundred million ($500,000,000) dollars to be part of the program. The CoRR will be responsible for heading development of safe nuclear power plants as well as creating blueprints for safe nuclear power plant. These power plants can be used within all the member nations part of CoRR as well as the client companies that have also paid its dues. Blueprints created by the CoRR is the full property of CCC and its blueprints cannot be sold to any other countries and companies outside the CoRR’s membership, unless such construction is being headed by companies outside the membership lands.
CoRR also heads the maintenance as well as repairs of the existing nuclear power plants within the CCC. This function is open to all members of CCC, whether they have paid for the privilege of CoRR or not. However, those who are not registered into CoRR will have to pay for the repairs and maintenance of the power plants, while members of CoRR will not have to pay such fees.