Founded in 1989, the Chinese Democracy & Human Rights Alliance (CDHRA) is one of the most active and efficacious forces outside of China which promote China’s Constitutional (democratic) Republic Movement (CdRM).
The leadership of CDHRA has worked diligently with other organizations such as Tiebetan Human Rights Groups, Taiwanese Human Rights Groups, Amnesty International and the U.S. Libertarian Party for its formation..
The basic propositions of the Chinese Democracy & Human Rights Alliance (CDHRA) are:
- The Constitution Of The NEW Constitutional (democratic) Republic Of China:
- The Constitution of the United States Of America should be used as a framework for a new Constitution for a NEW and FREE Constitutional (democratic) Republic Of China which guarantees the basic dignity and basic human rights of all people. Guarantee citizens’ freedom of speech, freedom of belief, freedom of press, freedom of assembly and association and last but certainly not least, the freedom to defend themselves from tyranny which guarantees which help them to protect this constitution and people against all enemies, foreign and domestic!
- All Power Inherent To The People:
- Citizens are the source of all power. The citizens decide on the form of government and the future political direction utilizing a representative government with an electoral constitutional republican process which protects against mob rule.
- Organized Balance Of Power:
- Using the systems of the United States Of America as a framework establish a new system for the separation of powers:
- One of the fundamental principles of the United States Constitution, the law of the land, is the balance and separation of power among the three branches of the Government: the Legislative, or law-making branch that is the U.S. Congress, the Executive branch which is headed by the President, and the Judiciary, which interprets the law at every level and settles legal disputes regarding the meaning and the application of the law.
- The distribution of power among the three branches is meant to ensure that no one branch of the government is able to gain a disproportionate amount of power over the other two.
- Each branch has separate and unique powers the others cannot impinge upon, but which are nonetheless subject to acceptance or rejection by the other two branches. This is how the balance of power is kept in check.
- All legal citizens have the right to vote and to be elected.
- Private Property
- Private property is sacred and inviolable, protecting citizens’ legal property.
- Systems Of Social Protection:
- Establishing and implementing a complete, fair system of social security, education, medical care and pension security systems.
- Armed Forces:
- Realize the nationalization of the China Armed Forces with exception of the State Guards which would be controlled with some limitations by the States.
- The Armed Forces and State Guards are loyal to the national constitution and the State Guards are loyal to both the Nation Constitution and State Constitutions which shall be aligned with the National Constitution.
- The Constitutions guarantee citizens and the Armed Forces and Guards (made up of citizens), the right to protect the constitution and themselves against all enemies foreign and domestic.
- Prohibit political parties and paid entities from controlling the Armed Forces (See Balance Of Power Above).
- Religious and Cultural Freedom and Protection
- Respect and protect diversified religions, languages, cultures, and customs; all ethnic groups are equal, and all ethnic issues are discussed and decided within the framework of free constitutionalism.
- Federalism, which is a basic concept embodied in the United State Constitution which refers to the division and sharing of powers between the national and state levels of Government. This helps a country’s citizens to be able to lead their communities, states and the nation from the lowest possible levels, ensuring they have more control over the fabric of their nation!
The Chinese Democracy & Human Rights Alliance (CDHRA) is committed to ending the CCP’s autocratic and tyrannical rule in all feasible ways, and realizing and implementing a NEW FREE, Constitutional (democratic) Republic of China.
After the establishment of the NEW Constitutional (democratic) representative state system, the China Democracy & Human Rights Alliance (CDHRA) will participate in the governance of the country through a fair election system and realize the organization’s ideas and policy propositions.
The Chinese Democracy & Human Rights Alliance (CDHRA) would like to help to unite all the forces of democracy and freedom in the world, and hope that all people in the world who love freedom and peace, and pursue equality, prosperity and happiness for mankind, join us.
3、 建立议会、政府、司法三权分立制度。 实行全民普选。国民人人享有选举和被选举权。
6、 实现军队国家化，军队忠于国家宪法。禁止政党控制军队。 司法独立，政府和政党不能干预司法审判。
|Chinese Democracy & Human Rights Alliance (CDHRA)|
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|Chinese Democracy & Human Rights Alliance (CDHRA) Contacts / 中国民主人权联盟联系电话：|
|Email / 电子邮箱： ChinaHumanRightsAlliance@gmail.com Read Full Charter Here: www.FreeOurChina.com/Charter|
|Jin Xiuhong 金秀红 425-535-8869||Bai Jiemin 白洁敏 626-684-6099|
Resources Related To Our Charter and Mission:
The United States Constitution:
U.S. Constitution Annotated:
U.S. Constitution Resources
Intro.2.2.3 The Constitution’s Basic Principles: Federalism
Table Of Cases
Table of Supreme Court Decisions Overruled by Subsequent Decisions
Table of Laws Held Unconstitutional in Whole or in Part by the Supreme Court
Introduction to the Constitution Annotated
- Introductory Annotations
Preamble to the Constitution
- The Preamble
- Annotations about the Preamble
Articles of the Constitution
- Article I
- Legislative Branch
- Article II
- Executive Branch
- Article III
- Judicial Branch
- Article IV
- Relationships Between the States
- Article V
- Amending the Constitution
- Article VI
- Prior Debts, National Supremacy, and Oaths of Office
- Article VII
Amendments to the Constitution – Bill Of Rights
- First Amendment
- Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
- Second Amendment
- Bearing and Keeping Arms
- Third Amendment
- Quartering Soldiers
- Fourth Amendment
- Search and Seizure
- Fifth Amendment
- Grand Jury, Double Jeopardy, Self Incrimination, Due Process, Takings
- Sixth Amendment
- Rights of Those Charged in Criminal Prosecutions
- Seventh Amendment
- Civil Trial Rights
- Eighth Amendment
- Excessive Bail and Fines, and Cruel and Unusual Punishment
- Ninth Amendment
- Unenumerated Rights
- Tenth Amendment
- Rights Reserved to the States and to the People
- Eleventh Amendment
- Suits Against States
- Twelfth Amendment
- Election of President
- Thirteenth Amendment
- Abolition of Slavery
- Fourteenth Amendment
- Citizenship, Equal Protection, and Other Post-Civil War Provisions
- Fifteenth Amendment
- Right of Citizens to Vote
- Sixteenth Amendment
- Income Tax
- Seventeenth Amendment
- Popular Election of Senators
- Eighteenth Amendment
- Prohibition of Liquor
- Nineteenth Amendment
- Women’s Suffrage Rights
- Twentieth Amendment
- Presidential Term and Succession
- Twenty-First Amendment
- Repeal of Prohibition
- Twenty-Second Amendment
- Presidential Term Limits
- Twenty-Third Amendment
- Presidential Electors for District of Columbia
- Twenty-Fourth Amendment
- Abolition of the Poll Taxes
- Twenty-Fifth Amendment
- Presidential Vacancy and Disability
- Twenty-Sixth Amendment
- Reduction of Voting Age
- Twenty-Seventh Amendment
- Congressional Compensation
Appendix to the Constitution Annotated
- Supplemental Annotations
Beyond the Constitution Annotated: Table of Additional Resources
U.S. Institutions- Balance Of Power:
FOUNDING DOCUMENTS TO EMULATE:
U.S. Declaration Of Independence
U.S. Bill Of Rights