TAKEBE, Seidaikei (DFNS) - The Presidency of the Daikoku Federation announced the drafting of a new constitution for the Daikoku Federation during the seventh session of the 2nd Federal Assembly on Wednesday.
Co-President Migs Caldeo of the Daikoku Federation addressed the Federal Assembly, saying:
"Our Daikoku Federation shall soon mark one year as a nation. In that one year, we have successfully built a prosperous and victorious nation, and our Federation has undergone a lot of changes in its sociopolitical system.
"With the rapid changes in our Daikoku Federation, the constitution that our people adopted on May 25, 2013 no longer reflects the present situation in our Federation.
"Therefore, the Presidency of the Daikoku Federation proposes to the 2nd Federal Assembly that a new constitution should be drafted by a constitutional commission that would be formed through a joint consensus by the Federal Government and the Federal Assembly.
"This new constitution should reflect the new chapter in the history of our Daikoku Federation, and the goal of our people to continue the course of state building in our Federation."
The 2nd Federal Assembly then voted to approve Federal Law 10-2014 - On the Creation of the 2nd Constitutional Commission of the Daikoku Federation.
The Presidency and the Federal Assembly then voted for the members of the 2nd Constitutional Commission.
The elected members to the 2nd Constitutional Commission are Co-President Migs Caldeo, Co-President Karlos Luis Mozo Anioay, Premier Marius Reyes and Supreme Judge Patrick Xavier Silerio.
Co-President Migs Caldeo was chosen to head the 2nd Constitutional Commission.
The 2nd Constitutional Commission immediately started work on the new constitution, with the commission finishing its work on April 25, 2014.