Citizen conduct

A citizen has obligations and rights. Unfortunately the only thing officially taught as conduct (despite the theoretical exposure of students to the rights of the citizen and the conduct required) is that the citizen is only obliged to pay taxes and has the right (by force in several states) to vote.

This constitutes a highly incomplete and distorted image of what the citizen is obliged to do and what rights he/she possesses. According to the constitution and the laws the citizen is obligated to know and act upon the following:

to know and abide by the laws and see to their proper enforcement.

to protect the state constitution when it is attacked by un-constitutional legislation which he/she is obliged to file against and actively ignore.

to check on the people staffing on all levels all the state mechanism from the president of the republic to the prime minister to the social servant and associate as they are people in the service of every individual citizen and are sustained completely by the tax paying of these citizens. The check consists of the demand for disciplinary and correctional action corresponding to any social servant or associate or ranking officer in the case of breach of their duties.

people committing crimes against the citizen and the state under the protection of parliamentary/ ministry/ prime ministry/ diplomatic immunity, the citizen is required to sue in the civil and criminal courts after this immunity is raised.


  1. The citizen has the right to be informed officially on any legislation/ code/ law he/she desired BY THE PROPER AUTHORITIES AND NOT BY PRIVATE PROFESSIONALS. Denial of this informing gives the right to the citizen to sue for reimbursement.

  2. The citizen has the right to publicize anything he/she wishes if it does not constitute libel, defamation of character or expression of views or intentions infringing human rights (e.g. pornographic texts, racist manifestoes, etc).

  3. The citizen has the right to change his/her opinion as it is expressed through elections results for any reason, and especially in the case of breach/inobservance of pre-election promises, embezzlement of public property, lowering of the quality of life, abolition of established rights, economic deterioration, unsatisfactory or even traitorous behavior and handling of ethnic matters.

  4. The citizen has the right of a complete and substantiated as well as continual updates in information (news information) on all matters concerning him/her under the responsibility of the state which is obligated to protect and serve WITHOUT THE COMMENTARIES OF THIRD PARTIES so that the citizen will be able to deliberate on highly important matters affecting as a rule daily life, and make decisions through referendums.

  5. The citizen has the right not to recognize the government he/she voted for or which was put in place through elections if he/she judges that this government does not serve his/her interests.

In general, the citizen of every state is not a hostage or a serf. On the contrary, he/she is the driving force and the agent of all those who take it upon themselves to serve and look after him/her administratively in the state mechanism and who illegally embezzle this status and power through the incomplete informing and education of the citizens.



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