State Rights and Duties


State Rights and Duties

border protection

legislation

execution of politics

economic support

cultural support

victims of crime and justice? compensation? substitute?

independant and impartial tribunals and judges

public order

defence and warfare

controlling

licensing professions, businesses, entreprises, broadcasting, entertainment

national security

territorial integrity

public safety

prevention of disorder and crime

protection of health and morals

state security and state secrets

maintaining authority

self sufficient? administration

registration of souls, households and communities

taxation

controlling alien (political) activities

protection of abuse of laws, organs, communities and souls

education

teaching

elections, secret? Must any voter stay anonymous, who tries to influence the politics of his state? Whoever does not like to take responsibility for his vote may stay impartial and quiet?

jurisdiction

justice

protection of property and possession

interstate negotiation and treaties

protection of families, children and minorities

sanitation

electricity

supply

transport

communication

mail & post

finance

budget

planning

trade

commerce

economy

society

culture

politics

police

community

settlement

environment

  • fire
  • earth
  • water
  • air