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4.3.2. Legal state

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The world-society, such as right to say stands for, is a legal state. Which means:

The Judiciary has the highest authority. The Political Judiciary, as formulated in 4.3.1, forms the supreme body of that.

The starting point, as formulated in 4.1.3-1a, that is: yourself and others not to damage, or else – in the context of self-defense and protect each other - as little as possible, as well as the basic rights, as formulated in 4.1.1, constitute the fundament of the legal state that everyone can lay claim to.

Each individual shall be considered as equivalent, ie. each individual is of equal value but not equal.

The many individuals collectively form a heterogeneous group which are given equal opportunities that each of them can work out in their own way, on condition of not damaging yourself and others.

Each individual receives the opportunity from the cradle to the grave to track his/her own development-path and development-process in his/her self chosen pace.

Individuals are considered to be self-selected identities which they can change itself at will. The naming can be changed after consultation with the judiciary.

The privacy of identity is - as much as possible - before that of law-enforcement.

The law-enforcement respects the basic principles and will be performed - wherever possible – without violence.