Why join a Common Law Assembly?

Why join a Common Law Assembly? These are just some of the reasons:

Assemblies are all about meeting and working with people in Common Law
  1. When 12 or more people join an assembly and sign a Charter, this establishes the assembly as a common law local government, with all the powers of a government to make laws, elect Sheriffs and Administrators, convene courts, and even train and maintain a local militia to protect the community.
  2. Common law empowers people to take responsibility for their own actions.
  3. As we establish a network of assemblies across Australia they will form the foundation for a whole new style of government of the people, by the people, for the people.
  4. Local Regional Government: Each assembly will have no more than 5,000 members.
  5. We will establish local regional governments by combining 50 assemblies.
  6. Each assembly will elect one of their own to represent them in the regional government.
  7. Federal Government: All regional members will elect one of their own to represent them in the Federal government. With less than 100 Regions, government will be smaller and directly accountable to the people.
  8. Each Federal and Regional representative will be directly accountable to the voters, and may be recalled and replaced if they do not perform their duties.
  9. Laws and Bylaws passed by assembly members empower people to decide how they want to live in their communities.
  10. Common law is transparent and works for the benefit of all members of the community.
  11. We are establishing a national Common Law Sheriff organization. Police will be invited to transfer from their corporation to a regional Sheriff office. They will not lose any pay or benefits, and they will retain the rank they currently hold.
  12. There are no borders or jurisdictions in Common Law, so Sheriffs may carry out their duties wherever they may travel.
  13. Each assembly may convene a common law jury court as needed, to hear cases involving harm to others, or harm to the nation.
  14. Sheriffs will initially be responsible for establishing, training and maintaining a local militia, but this task will transfer to a professional body as soon as we have enough trained personnel.
  15. Before the federal government commits troops for overseas deployment, the people will vote to decide if they should be sent. The aim of common law is to maintain peaceful relations with our neighbours and the world. Our ADF troops will never be sent overseas to invade another country, unless that country is a direct and immediate threat to Australia.

Are you ready to join an Assembly?

If you are ready to join an assembly, it’s easy. Click here: Assemblies and select an assembly near you.

If there isn’t an assembly near you, why not start one? People everywhere are doing it. It’s easy, and we will give you all the help you need. Click here to read the steps you need to follow to get started: Start an Assembly

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