TAKEBE, Seidaikei (DFNS) - The 2nd Federal Assembly of the Daikoku Federation unanimously voted to approve the new Constitution of the Daikoku Federation on its eighth session held Friday at Seidaikei, the capital of the Daikoku Federation.
The new Constitution of the Daikoku Federation was approved following the conclusion of the 23-day work on drafting the new Constitution by the 2nd Constitutional Commission.
The new Constitution replaced the Constitution of the Daikoku Federation adopted on May 25, 2013, which was amended three times on November 1 of last year, and February 25 and March 1 of this year.
The preamble of the new Constitution called for to recognize the changes in the sociopolitical state of the Daikoku Federation, to continue the struggle to create a prosperous and victorious nation, and to preserve and strengthen the sovereignty, independence and rule of law in the Daikoku Federation.
The new Constitution retained the federal state with a democratic multi-party parliamentary system as its form of government, but introduced changes to its national symbols, such as changing the anthem of the Daikoku Federation to "Our Daikoku" and changing the motto of the Daikoku Federation to "Unity of the People, Victory of the Nation."
The new Constitution also introduced a new capital city, named Kitakyo (Japanese for "northern capital city), replacing Seidaikei, which is a newly-annexed territory of the Daikoku Federation comprising of area of Loyola Heights and Ateneo de Manila University in Quezon City.
The new Constitution also retained the Presidency of the Daikoku Federation as the collective head of state and as the highest government office, but executive powers were transferred to the renamed Federal Government of the Daikoku Federation.
The new Constitution also introduced a bicameral Federal Assembly of the Daikoku Federation and a new legislation procedure.
The new Constitution also introduced the federal entities of the Daikoku Federation, which is a term referring to all constituent states, federal cities and autonomous states of the Daikoku Federation.
The new Constitution also increased the power of the voting Daikoku citizens to participate in state administration through referendums and initiatives.
The composition of the new Constitution is as follows:
Also approved by the 2nd Federal Assembly in its eighth session are Federal Law 11-2014 - On Amending the Constitution of the Margraviate of Misaka and Federal Law 12-2014 - On the Admission of Loyola Heights into the Daikoku Federation and the Establishment of the Federal City of Kitakyo".
The eighth session of the 2nd Federal Assembly of the Daikoku Federation ended with its dissolution, as stated by the newly adopted Constitution.
The new Constitution shall go into force following its publication by the Daikoku Federation News Service.