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Conspiring Against Democracy Is Treason And Can Be Legally Punished

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Treason - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In law, treason is the crime of disloyalty to one's nation.

It is the basic democratic assumption that the people are the only source of state power. There is and can be no other. Any person, group or institution that does not have the people as the source of its power is illegitimate and illegal, plain and simple. Power exercised by them is illegal, and should never ever have been exercised in the first place. They have been driving around a stolen car.

On the other hand those who derive their power from the people, or might have derived their power from the people in the past, and hope to do so in the future, but do not currently because the individuals, groups and institutions that do not derive their power from the people, through brute force, have had them marginalized, are the legitimate represenatatives of the people and their power, and hence any attacks on their person, their liberty, their property, and their basic rights are an …

ICG: Electing Chaos

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NEPAL: ELECTING CHAOS
Asia Report N°111 – 31 January 2006

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ...................................................................................................... i
I. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................... 1
II. THE ROYAL OFFENSIVE........................................................................................... 2
A. THE ROYAL CEO DOES WHAT HE HAS TO DO.....................................................................2
B. A BELLIGERENT PALACE ......................................................................................................3
C. SHADES OF 1990...................................................................................................................5
D. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS .................................................................................................6
III. THE OPPOSITION...................................................…