In pursuance of the bureaucratic function of framing legislation and providing accompanying explication, and to render The Restoration Amendment’s meaning and intent unequivocal, the enumerated annotation in this statute relates to definitive information within the textbook Democracy Defined: The Manifesto ISBN 978-1-902848-26-6.
1 Sovereignty. See Definitions Unalterable at Common Law; Chapter Three. As symbolic ‘sovereigns’ without sovereignty, monarchs may refer to themselves in the first person plural, the royal ‘we’, to act on behalf of all of the People, for it is the People, as distinct from head of state, parliament or government, who embody sovereignty both collectively, and individually through the Powers, Procedures, Rights and Duties of the Juror in Trial by Jury.
2 Legem Terræ, the Law of the Land and Realm, Common Law. See all Chapters; also specific Note with translation and pronunciation, Chapter One; definitions, commentaries, Chapter Three.
3 Definition. Treason; see Definitions Unalterable at Common Law, Chapter Three.
4 Magna Carta guides and governs the English executive, legislature, judiciary and People; thus, de facto, Magna Carta protects Peoples of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland whilst those nations remain politically united with England under Westminster parliaments.
5 Definition. Tyranny is defined (generally and at Common Law) as oppressive rule administered with injustice; the cruel and arbitrary use of authority; cf. Crime against Humanity; the Nuremberg Precedent, etc. See particularly Chapters One, Three, Five and Six.
6 Exposition on the authentic Trial by Jury is given in all Chapters.
7 Hellenic Greece of the Constitution of government by Trial by Jury received from the Athenians the defining epithet, demokratia; Democracy. Etymology, definition in Chapter One.
8 Definition. despotism; see section, The Foundational Principle Of Liberty, Chapter Two.
9 Articles of Common Law are inscribed into the 1215 Great Charter Constitution and upheld by this statutory instrument, The Restoration Amendment. See Chapters Three and Five. Definition. Crime is defined as any act of injustice committed with malice aforethought; mens rea (pronounced rayer). Any ‘act’ means not only legislation but also physical acts.
11 Definition. judicable, that which may be Tried by Jury in a court of law.
12 Annulment by Jury; see exposition on Trial by Jury in all Chapters.
13 Expunction of Statutes by the Trial by Jury mechanism; Chapter Four.
14 If justices’ moderation of a jury’s sentence is deemed biased, illegal, or dubious, justice/s involved are liable to private Plaint, indictment and judgement at Trial by Jury; Chapter Four.
15 See the Juror’s Duties; Chapter One.
16 Definition. Crime; see Chapter Three.
17 Definition. Treason; see Chapters Three, Five and Six.
18 & (18) Economic issues and common law; see Chapter Six. “Upon the whole it may be observed, that it is the highest Interest of a Trading Country in general to make Money plentiful; and that it can be a Disadvantage to none that have honest Designs.” Read Benjamin Franklin, 1729, A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of a Paper-Currency.
19 See John Milton: Selected Prose; Ed. C.A. Patrides, University of Missouri Press.
20 The Illegality of the Status Quo; definition, Chapter One; exemplification in all Chapters. Extracts from DEMOCRACY DEFINED: The Manifesto ISBN 978-1902848-26-6 7THE POLITICAL PROGRAM FOR PATRIOTS AND INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES THE RESTORATION AMENDMENT, id est, this statute re-establishing the legal supremacy of our world-respected, revered, binding 1215 Great Charter English Constitution and its exemplary RULE OF LAW, is for dutiful upholding by all conscientious, just-minded men and women of every party or political persuasion.