System of Governance in Balochistan

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System of Governance in Balochistan

Post  بامسار بلوچ on Sat Aug 13, 2011 9:50 am

The independent and sovereign Baluchistan shall claim its legitimacy and sovereignty through the free will of the majority of the people of the Baluchistan.

The political platform of the Baluchistan National Movement to gain a majority vote of the people of Baluchistan is as follows:

1. Baluchistan shall be a democratic and decentralised republic

2. National assembly of Baluchistan which shall be elected by free votes, will be the absolute sovereign legislator

3. The system of governance shall be parliamentarian

4. The judiciary shall be independent

5. Baluchistan’s Armed forces will be established to protect borders and to maintain Baluchistan’s national security

6. Baluchi shall be the official language

7. A market economy shall be pursued

8. A friendly foreign policy in accordance with national interest of Baluchistan shall be pursued

9. The UN Charter along with other international conventions and principals shall be respected and implemented

10. Democracy and transparency shall be the basis of work in governmental departments and their subsidiaries

11. Equality of men and women shall be implemented

12. Freedom of religion followed by an end to all discriminative practices against religion shall be implemented

13. Freedom of speech, expression and thought shall be implemented

14. Censorship, inquisition of thought and torture shall be prohibited

15. The human rights of all inhabitants of Baluchistan shall be protected

16. Freedom for political activities and right of establishing a political party or association and society based on political pluralism shall be implemented

17. Right of assembly, demonstration, sit-in and strike in a peaceful manner shall be provided for

18. Right of ethnic minorities to education in their mother tongue and to have freedom to practice cultural and religious events and ceremonies shall be provided for

19. Scientific academy to further Baluchi language and culture and also to carry scientific research on Baluch and Baluchistan’s history shall be founded

20. Plans to create job opportunities, Provision of a standard education, Provision of a standard health, Provision of housing, Provision of water and electricity, Provision of economical infrastructures such as roads and other means of communications(of sea, land, air and telecommunications) shall be implemented

21. Economic mega projects such as exploration of natural resources; expansion of agriculture, fisheries and transportation shall be implemented.



Section I = Name and Identity

Article 1: Name

The name of the Organization is "Baluchistan National Movement” (Baluchistan -e- Raji Zrombesh). Hereafter refer to as BNM.

Article 2: Identity

BNM is a national-democratic organization which strives to struggle for independence of Baluchistan, against occupation and for protection of Baluch nation’s interests.

Section II = Fundamental Aims

BNM as a political party shall pursue the followings:

1. Protection of Baluch national identity

2. Regain of Baluchistan independence and full sovereignty of the Baluch nation

3. Protection of human rights

4. Establishment of democracy

5. Provision of social welfare

Section III = Membership

Article 3: Requirements for Membership

All inhabitants of Baluchistan and all Baluch are eligible to become members provided one:

1. Is at least Eighteen (18) years of age

2. Accepts the constitution and the overall agenda of the organization

3. Is not a member of any other political organization or party

4. Firmly believes in the national-democratic movement

5. Is introduced and seconded by at least two existing members of the organization, and has been approved by one of the constituents.

Article 4: Responsibilities of Members

1. To respect the programs and decisions made by the organization and implement them in general

2. To actively propagate and publicize the programs devised by the organization

3. To withhold organizational secrets

4. To enhance his/her political knowledge constantly

5. To pay membership fee.

Article 5: The Rights of Members

1. The right to elect or be elected to any level within the organization

2. Members are free to have any doctrine or ideology they wish to have

3. The right to criticize any constituent of the organization or complain against any constituent to a higher body

4. The right to express his/her opinion or to render his/her proposals to any constituents of the organization

5. The right to publicly propagate his/her opinion.

Article 6: Prohibited Activities

1. Avoiding responsibility and disrespecting the constitution

2. Disclosing organizational secrets

3. Subversion and disruption of the organization's functions

4. Misuse of his/her organizational position or powers.

Article 7: Disciplinary Actions

The disciplinary action procedure for indulging in any prohibited activity is as follows:

1. Verbal notice

2. Written notice

3. Discharge of organizational duties

4. Suspension.

Maximum period of suspension is one year in ordinary circumstances

5. Expulsion

The disciplined member has the right to request for a review from higher bodies in the organization or submit the request to the Congress for final consideration.

Section IV = Structure of the Organization

Article 8:

The foundation of the BNM is based upon free and democratic methods of electing the leading organizational authorities from bottom up. Organizational interest is superior to that of the individual, and majority interest shall prevail.

Lower constituents should follow the decisions reached by higher constituents in the organization. The principle of reporting from bottom up and vice-versa shall be an important rule of practice.

Note: Any person or a minority group with due respect to the majority's decision has the right to propagate one's ideas and standpoints.

Article 9: The Congress of the Organization

1. The Congress is the supreme organizational authority

2. The members of the Central Committee, advisors and representatives from various constituents of the organization shall convene the Congress once every two years

3. In extraordinary situations, a majority (50% + 1) of the Central Committee's members can call for the congress to be convened at any time

4. Two third of the members can also call for the congress to be convened at any time

5. The Congress can only be legally convened if majorities (50% + 1) of the eligible participants are present

6. The responsibility and power of the Congress is to assess the performance of the Organization as well as that of the Central Committee; to define overall strategy and operational policies, to debate the program amendment or change to the constitution, and also to elect a new Central Committee

7. Mechanism of convening the Congress:

The agenda for the congress will be outlined by the Central Committee at the onset to be debated and approved. The agenda can be accepted by a majority vote (50% + 1). Immediately, thereafter there shall be election for the formation of a committee with the task of organizing and supervising the progress of the Congress. The outstanding Central Committee will be dissolved, and the responsibilities shall rest upon the newly-formed "supervisory Committee" until the new Central Committee is formed

8. The decisions of the congress will be approved by majority vote (50% +1).

Article 10: Conference of the Organization

1. Requirements for convening the Conference:

If it is not possible to convene the Congress and the Central Committee is unable to make important decisions under the circumstances

2. A majority of the central committee members along with advisers plus a third of the representative from constituents can convene the conference

3. The Conference has the same authority as to that of the Congress

4. The mechanism of convening the conference and the procedures are exactly the same as of those of the Congress.

Article 11: Central Committee

The Central Committee is the highest authority during the period between the sittings of two congresses, and shall be responsible for implementation of policies and decisions reached by the preceding congress. The responsibilities and authority of the Central Committee are as such:

1. To elect its First Person in Charge, and other members for various central positions in the organization

The First Person in Charge is the highest leadership-bearer, and is accountable to the Central Committee and higher bodies

2. The First Person in Charge is responsible for the coordination and the work of the Central Committee, as well as overall supervision of the organization and staging of the Plenum

3. The central authorities in charge of various positions are duty-bound to execute the decisions of the Central Committee during the period between two sessions of the Central Committee. They are also accountable to the First Person in Charge and the higher bodies

4. Central Committee is responsible for public relations and communication with other parties, organizations and institutions

5. The Central Committee is responsible for the Budget.

Article 12: Plenum

1. Sessions of the Central Committee are called Plenum

2. The Central Committee shall have at lease one session every six (6) months. The sessions become officially binding if there are at least two third of its members present

3. Extraordinary Plenum

One third of the Central Committee members can call for an extraordinary plenum to be held. The extraordinary plenum shall be officially binding if there are more than half (50% +1) of its members present.

Section V = Financial Affairs

Article 13:

The funds of the organization shall be acquired through receiving membership fees, collecting financial support from members, supporters and voluntary people.

The organization for the purpose of improving its financial position can make capital investment.
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