Welcome to the Constitution Wikia! Everyone who visits this site can edit, correct or add to any part of the site as they wish.
That means anyone can add to any of the ideological charters or discussions or create any new discussion as they wish.
Have you ever wondered what it would have been like to take part in a constitutional convention, to have had the opportunity to help write a charter, one that reflects your political ideology and determines how a society functions?
Here you will have the opportunity to do exactly that through one of two ways:
Help create a Charter (known as a "manifesto," in some cultures) that defines all aspects of a society that reflects your ideology. Together with other users here, you will define the duties of government, the rights of it's citizens and the means through which these rights are ensured and these duties are fulfilled. In effect, the Ideological Charter is your view of how society should be organized.
Of course, as with any massive cooperative undertaking, there are bound to be many disagreements. If you would like to help minimize this, it is best to work with others of like-minded political philosophy.
Please do not vandalize pages about philosophies with which you disagree.
This isn't the place to discuss electoral politics or current events. Please limit discussions to ONLY general statements of principles of governance.
Anonymous Constitution - not in the sense of being affiliated with any hackers, or anyone else, but simply in the sense that its authors choose not to release their names. This constitution, being developed in tandem to Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Boston, Occupy San Fransisco, events in other cities, and individuals all around the world, via the internet, is an attempt at a concrete picture of the world we are fighting for. Everyone is free to edit it, alter it, and distribute it without any permission from anyone.
Universal Constitution - The objective of this constitution is to be universal in the sense that it would be applicable to every person in the world, and not limited to specific countries, geography, creeds or ideologies.