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Citizenship

This page explains the different citizenship status of members of the global co-operative of Open Constitution.
Before we begin, readers shall know that there are following types of registry, where Open Constitution's census is registered or de registered. 1. Subscription registry
2. Global registry
3. Local registry
4. Beneficiary/Principle registry
5. Open Constitution Governance registry
Note: Registries are a type of ledger system, where Open Constitution fiscal hosts maintains its records. Registrar is the official body of the Open Constitution, which maintains these Registry.
Citizenship is self regulated within the means and provisions of:
a. Fiscal Host's compliance levels with this Open Constitution,
b. Fiscal Host's compliance levels with local business laws.
Read more about Fiscal Hosts.
The first Fiscal Host was incorporated as Muellners "frivillig forening" Foundation, a voluntary association, in accordance with the Danish Business Authority in 2019.
Networked legal bodies have thereafter, self constituted across the planet, in the form of Fiscal Hosts.
An illustration of citizenship type, membership status, & type of registries.
Open Constitution members self organise themselves in following ways:

A. SUBSCRIBED MEMBERS:

Registry: Subscription
Registrar: Data Security Council
All "natural" persons and "legal" persons, registered with the "Subscription" registry, acquire a "subscribed membership" status.
Subscribed membership is a community membership, designed to create, nurture and maintain open source communities to fulfill Objective I:Foundation.
Eligibility: Members may be natural persons or legal bodies e.g Organisations or groups. "Organisations" or "groups" are defined as legally incorporated bodies, in accordance with the business laws of a local jurisdiction.
Public Notice: Please note that some subscribed members may not be able to get themselves registered as ordinary voluntary members(Local citizens), unless a Fiscal Host is identified and constituted in the local region, where they reside.
Subscribed members are covered by Foundation's data protection regime, regardless of whether a data protection law is active in the context of Local jurisdiction.
All subscribed members gain a Guest or Member access, according to the Open Access Charter, and depending on Self verification.

B. GLOBAL CITIZEN:

Registry: Subscription, Global
All natural persons, registered with the "Subscription" and "Global" registry, acquire a "subscribed membership" status on the Open Constitution network.
Eligibility: Only natural persons
Global Citizens are also termed as "transnational citizens", in this Open Constitution.
Global Citizens organise themselves and Foundation's initiatives, activities and community projects on several Internet based public forums and member spaces. This is an open source intelligence collective. Read Communications Charter.
Public Notice:
All Global Citizens, may or may not be Local Citizens, depending on whether Foundation's community has self organised a Fiscal Host/Node in the local jurisdiction. Categorical Explanation: Please note that some subscribed members may not be able to get themselves registered as ordinary voluntary members(Local citizens), unless a Fiscal Host is identified and constituted in the local region.
Global Citizens are covered by Foundation's data protection regime, regardless of whether a data protection law is active in the context of limitations of Local jurisdiction.
All Global Citizens gain a Guest or Member access, according to the Open Access Charter and depending on Self verification.

C. LOCAL CITIZEN:

Registries: Subscription, Global, Local
Registrar: Steward Groups of a regional Fiscal Host/Node
All natural persons, registered with the "Subscription", "Global" and "Local" registries, acquire an "ordinary voluntary membership" status with Foundation's Fiscal Host in a local jurisdiction.
"Ordinary voluntary membership" status is strictly based on the residency of the human on the planet Earth.(table below for representation)
Note: Local Citizens are also termed as "Ordinary members", in this open constitution.
Residency
Available Memberships
Description
🇪🇺EEA(European Economic Area)
Ordinary voluntary membership
including e-residencies and for residents of member states in European Union Fiscal Host: MF, Denmark
🇮🇳Republic of India
Ordinary voluntary membership
Fiscal Host: Cynsar Foundation, India
🇺🇬Republic of Uganda
Ordinary voluntary membership
Fiscal Host: KISA, Uganda
🇺🇳For all the other residents of Planet Earth
Subscribed Membership only
Read Sections: A, B
Public Notice: 1. Annual membership fee for all Local Citizens has been waived off for the first three years from the date of Foundation's first Fiscal Host incorporation. (14 Dec 2019 to 14 Dec 2022).
2. All Local citizens gain a citizen level access, in accordance with the Open Access Charter and Communications Charter.
3. All Local Citizens are naturally Global Citizens. All ordinary members therefore also have a subscribed membership status as a derived right.
4. Ordinary Voluntary membership is strictly covered by Foundation's data protection regime, regardless of whether a data protection law is active in the context of limitations of local jurisdiction.

D. BENEFICIARY CITIZEN:

Registry: Subscription, Global, Local, Beneficiary
Registrar:Steward Groups of a regional Fiscal Host/Node
All "Local Citizens", registered with the Global registry and Beneficiary registry, acquire a "beneficiary membership" status on the Open Constitution network.
Beneficiary members are strictly covered by Foundation's data protection regime, regardless of whether a data protection law is active in the context of Local Law.
All Local Citizens are therefore beneficiary citizens of the Foundation. Note: Beneficiary citizens are also termed as Principal Citizens, in this open constitution.

All ordinary or subscribed members can join Foundation's constitutional bodies through the Open Constitution's electoral process.

Read Electoral Charterfor more information on which membership type is eligible for an electoral process.

E. EMERITUS CITIZEN:

De Registry: Local
Registrar: Steward Group of a Fiscal Host/Node
All natural persons, de-registered from the Local registry, acquire an "emeritus" status on the Open Constitution network.
E.g
A citizen who remains in Interstellar space for a sustained period of time.
A citizen who has died.
An emeritus Citizen remains registered on the Global Registry, for the purpose of posthumous claims of the citizen's sentience data.
In the case of a citizen death, unless there exists any notificiation to the Registrar posthumous claims on meta data associated with the citizen, (claims by their guardian or heir) Right to Forgotten is applicable after one year of the citizen's death on planet earth.
Note: Emeritus Citizens are also termed as "former members", in this Open Constitution.
Custodian: Open Council