When you join the Territories of Juleokin, your property is under both the jurisdiction of the Territories of Juleokin and your current country of residence, such as how the Territorial Government’s President, Julius the Jules lives primarily under the jurisdiction of the United States and secondarily under the jurisdiction of the Territories of Juleokin.
There are only 3 roles a member may have:
The President: The leader of the Territories of Juleokin, head of the executive branch of the central [Territorial] government and tie-breaker if one is needed, but will often stay out of affairs of the Member States unless their assistance is needed to settle a dispute. This is an elected role and is often a lifetime position until they either die, retire or resign.
Governors: The Governor is the head of their respective territory and are responsible for executive functions, which is the Representative or Ambassador who is chosen by 2/3 of the vote from all residents of the property. As an exception, a Head Governor may be elected in-place of a Governor, who still would not be able to propose laws, but they would still be able to bring a law up for a vote, but they would be given the special role of either Passing or Vetoing a law. More will be explained in the Constitution.
Representatives/Ambassadors: The legislative or law-making leaders of their respective Member State (their territory).
How to join:
All you have to do to join is copy the template and paste the template into the comment form below and fill out the following template. Then hit submit! And now you’re a Member State.
Name of Territory (must begin with Territory of):
Country of Residence (ex: United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Japan, etc, [where permitted]):
Renter or Landowner (Any member of the household or property over the age of 18 may sign their property up to be a Member State):
Role of Member (Governor or Representative/Ambassador, so please vote for who will be Governor ahead of time before signing up):
Digital Signature of Member (whoever signs up their property):