The Constitution of Broker is the state constitution of the Atlion state of Broker. It is the supreme law formulating the law and government of Broker, subject only to the national constitution. The second and current Broker Constitution was adopted in 1986. It provides for three branches of government: legislative (the Broker State Legislature), executive (the Governor of Broker), and judicial (the Courts of Broker). It also sets up local governments in the form of counties, municipalities and independent municipalities. Instead of taking the form of a traditional "one-document" constitution, since 1986, the Constitution consists of a series of acts passed by the Legislature.
The Constitution's preamble was established by the Broker Constitution Act of 1986:
In the name and capacity of the people of Broker, humbly acknowledging our obligations to the Republic, gratefully remembering the sacrifices made and heroic struggle of all people of this great nation for independence, and seeking to promote the common good, justice and freedom, do hereby adopt and enact this constitution.
Article 1: General provisions
- S.1: Broker is a state of the Republic of Atlion, thus all territory and state assets are property of the national government.
- S.2: Broker is politically a unitary state, wherein the division and administration of territory will be provided by law.
- S.3: The powers of state are divided between the legislature, the executive, and the judiciary.
- S.4: The official language of Broker is American English.
Article 2: Legislature
Article 3: Executive
Article 4: Judiciary
- S.1: This constitution establishes two state courts within Broker, namely the Superior Courts and the Supreme Court.
- S.2: Each county or independent city within Broker shall have at least one superior court, usually located in the county seat.
- S.3: Each superior court must consist of a civil division, a criminal division and an appeals division, the exact duties of which shall be decided upon by the Legislature.
- S.4: Each superior court is led by a Chief Judge, who is appointed by the county or city executive officer.
- S.5: The Supreme Court is the highest court within the state excluding the courts representing the national government.
- S.6: The Supreme Court is led by the Chief Justice, who is appointed by the Governor.
- S.7: The Governor also appoints associate justices, all of whom including the Chief Justice serve for life or until unfit for duty, decided upon by the Legislature.