NEW CALIFORNIA STATE GOVERNANCE

NEW CALIFORNIA STATE:

The NEW CALIFORNIA STATE is the Legislative and Executive bodies of the New California movement. NEW CALIFORNIA STATE is comprised of Representatives of the Counties of NEW CALIFORNIA STATE with the direct responsibility to establish a governance system for the NEW CALIFORNIA STATE.

There are three co-equal divisions of NEW CALIFORNIA STATE government: Executive, Bicameral Legislature (Senate and Assembly), and Judiciary. New California State Charter (Rev. March 27, 2018) Page 3 of 6

 

THE STATE:

NEW CALIFORNIA STATE shall create and guarantee a republican form of governance including three co-equal divisions: Bicameral Legislature, Executive, and Judicial system over the COUNTIES of NEW CALIFORNIA STATE as guided by the CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

 

THE COUNTY:

The fundamental unit of NEW CALIFORNIA STATE is the COUNTY. COUNTIES in NEW CALIFORNIA STATE will create a REPUBLICAN form of governance in their respective COUNTY.