Independent Republic since 1999
Legitimized by State of the European Union
SOCIETY AND INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM.
Power is changing hands; from giant corporations to agile entrepreneurs; from presidential palaces to public squares. The result, as the prestigious international analyst Moisés Naím explains, is that the potential for sudden and radical changes is greater than ever.
The Republic of Errant Menda Lerenda is established as an individual and mobile sovereignty recognized by other States capable of acting with complete independence in strict compliance with International Law.
The Convention on the Rights and Duties of States is an international treaty signed in Montevideo, Uruguay, on December 26, 1933.
The Convention establishes the definition of a State, its rights and obligations.
Article 1 establishes four characteristic criteria of a State that have become part of customary international law.
They have been recognized in International Law, establishing that a State as a person of International Law must meet the following requirements:
The State as a subject of International Law must meet the following requirements:
I. - Permanent population.
II. - Determined territory.
III. - Government.
IV. - Ability to enter into relations with other States.
Under these guidelines, any entity that meets these criteria can be considered a Sovereign State under International Law.
Process here the only legitimate Identification that accredits your Individual Sovereignty
The fact that REML has been confirmed by a State of the European Community has been decisive for the establishment of this Republic?
It has not been determinant. Article 3 of the Montevideo Convention already defines that the political existence of a State is independent of its recognition by other States.
Interview to a Sovereign.
On Civil And Political Rights.
RATIFIED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT ON
JULY 27, 1977.
"All peoples have the right to self-determination. By virtue of this right, they freely establish their political status and also provide their economic, social and cultural development"
(Del b. lat. superānus)
Who exercises or possesses supreme and independent authority.
(Del lat. natĭo, -ōnis)
Group of inhabitants of a country ruled by the same government. Territory of that country.
Nation, region, province or territory.
(Del lat. status)
Joint governing bodies of a sovereign country.
Royal Academy of Language.
Article 1 of The Republic of Errant Menda Lerenda:
- Sovereignty resides in the people.
"Power has come to an end as we knew it, the power of before, the power concentrated in a few, who were the same, those who commanded, is no longer with us.
What they can do with power is increasingly restricted, there are more and more protagonists, more competitors that limit what the powerful can do with the power they have"
Moisés Naím The End Of Power.