Public Discussion and Suggestions on Global Statutes

Open Constitution is a global co-operative. The co-operative members abide by the Articles of Association of the Open Constitution.

The co-operative hosts a union of open source, human and machine intelligence.

In the absence of a global business registry or an international structured directory, which in accordance of, Foundation could be attributed a “legal body” status as a whole, in the context of a global jurisdiction.

The self governance and self independent non for profit co-operative therefore operates as a collection of registered agents or Fiduciary bodies known as Fiscal Hosts, who ensure best practices and compliance standards, a laid down in several articles of Open Constitution with Local Law.

This topic is floated so that General Public can make suggestions for the Foundation’s statutory status.
The Global Statutes are a snapshot of Open Constitution’s bylaws.

The more comprehensive and further detailed articles of association are further described in each instrument of the Open Constitutional body or proceeding.

a.Relevant Links before posting a suggestion proposal:
Open Constitution
Glossary here.

Please read Global Statutes here.

b. Request is that the suggestion proposal should have citations from regulatory and regtech literature, laws enacted and adopted in Local jurisdictions.

Suggestion proposals should strictly be focused on the text of Global Statutes. Check out other relevant RFCs on Open Constitution in the community channel.

c. Improvement proposals may also be original, detailed and long. In that case, please create a new topic, and post an abstract of your Improvement proposal, along with the new topic url.

Global Statutes are under Public Review**(Request for Comments)** from Dec 9, 2022 to Dec, 23, 2022 for an effective date of Dec 23, 2022.(extended to Dec 31st, 2022)

For any concerns, feedback or objections to the Articles and bylaws, please use Open Access charter, and join the community channel #openconstitution on Foundation’s communication systems.

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