The execution of the pact has two moments, each one of which coincides in practice with the legal occupation of two differentiated spaces: the first, which is also the founder, is the result of a "retrospective" tenure on Internet; then the followings multiply in all places where agreements exists and they are in conformity with the General agreement. In the first case, the rules of visibility Internet determine the operating mode of the TA and the mechanism of adoption of new versions of the Convention. In the remainder of the cases, within multiple spaces and historical temporalities, it is each time necessary to repeat the act meaning the democratic reform of the exercise of the civil trusteeship. The procedures related to these requirements are known like Constituent Procedures.
The legal occupation of Internet can be interpreted as an evolution of human societies. In this evolution, the disclosure of the first version of the Convention starts the execution of the pact: the development of the General Registry; the issuance of the Certificates of execution; the convocation of elections and the organization of procedures. But within this retrospective space, the TA has neither identity nor legal capacity: all the current operations are carried out physically under the identity of its Holder or that of the administrative representatives. In fact the Approved Entities deal with the administration of the censal funds and, to accompany them, the citizens of each country who celebrate contracts, publish projects and implement the missions that are entrusted to them. The TA is a non-incorporated organization
, which guarantees the solidarity and consistency of model, thanks to the Trusteeship unity.
In this formal space, the consistency of system is ensured by the procedure of Exhibition of new versions of the Convention that allows legitimating new trustee languages, and to renew the Council members. It works like a plebiscite, because the presentation of a new version of the Convention exhibits, in addition to the candidate, the existing legitimate Trustees. Here, we need to distinguish a translated version, from a successor version of the Convention. A translated version
of the Convention exhibits, in addition to the new candidate, all the Trustees of versions published in the same Trustee Language. On the other hand, a succession version
exhibits all the Trustees, without exception. The Council has to establish this difference based on the candidate version, and to determine how the plebiscite will concern the legitimate Trustees. This mechanism of legitimating guarantees that any deterioration of the Convention will be the fruit of a compromise, but also that the trusteeship, after being recognized, can be withdrawn by the members.
Outside the Internet, the democratic reform of copyright is determined by the nomination procedure, which will designate the Holder of the Trusteeship Administration (the TAH). In accordance with the intellectual rights tradition, the direction of the Trusteeship Administration belongs to a Trustee, called Le Donimus
. Thus, any legitimate trustee enjoys all the execution rights of the Convention, and may win the title of Donimus, with just the benevolence of the Council.
However, the nomination of Donimus will be effective only after the mediators ratify the nomination. In accordance with the execution license, the investiture procedure perpetuates the author's abdication and subordination to the rules and to the procedures of the Convention. The possibility still exists that no trustee takes the direction of the TA. In the absence of a Donimus, the Convention envisages the nomination of a mediator president
to the head of the Trusteeship Administration, in the person of an elected mediator, for the remaining time of his mandate. The author's agreement will lead to a civil convention.
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