"A001.P000. İqor Rauf oglu Ashurbeyli in 2016-10-12 (Earth planet Common Era), has publicly proposed the creation of Asgardia, a nation-community primarily placed in space, in which it will initially be Head of the Nation."
This is a good statement, however it's highly similar to Ashurbeyli's Decree N1. I'm uncertain if the Head's Decrees (which are basically official announcements) should be fitted into the Constitution (which is a set of rules for national behaviour).
"A001.P001. Asgardia refers to the organized state-community set either located in a defined place or eventually in a diaspora, that works for the fulfillment of the objectives defined by the community."
Good point, I have integrated this statement into the Draft.
"A001.P002. Asgardian or member of Asgardia is the status of anyone who has voluntarily requested and was assigned for his merits the official identity of citizenship by the council of government, or by some popularly-elected council in the case of catastrophes-diaspora. "
Good point, I have integrated this statement into the Draft. However...
"So also anyone who remains - or is in transit - within any site of Asgardia or its periphery, must have assigned an official identity of Asgardia and possess rights and duties that correspond according to the particular case."
...This rejects the possibility of tourism, reception of political figures, and guests.
"A004.P001 The government of Asgardia and its sites are and will be laymen by essence, but will maintain a peaceful balance in intercultural dialogue (interreligious-ideological-philosophical), without taking sides to any of these in particular. Within the sites will be allowed without initial restriction except acts of coercion: cults, rites, religious, customs, cultures, ideologies and philosophies. The public practices or expressions framed in the basis of the peaceful balance of intercultural dialogue, seeking to avoid confrontations, should not compromise the sanitary integrity or the security of the site, that is, activities that produce uncontrollable situations. In addition, individuals in the capacity of official authorities will not participate in activities, except certain interstate relationship protocols approved by the council. The contexts of practice will be established by laws"
...Not sure about this one. It implies that official figures won't be allowed to practice or express their own ideological beliefs, which would conflict with the right of freedom of expression. Additionally, if the official figures are elected into power, then it means that the people is the one who decided that this official figure has views which would benefit the interest of the people.
I think the whole paragraph is good, we just need to solve this before integration into the draft.
"I do not think that it is necessary to limit the age (old or young) of the voter, it should establish to all those who demonstrate the first time the capacity to choose and take responsibility for their decisions. "
Hm, How does one demonstrate that? It'd require a very large ministry machine to keep track of all the people's ability to take responsibility for their actions. Additionally, since responsibility for one's action is an abstract concept, then it's possible for officials to become biased and reject votes by bending definitions. In which case the whole machine would additionally have to be overlooked by the people, which would make the process even more complex and prone to bureaucratic influences. This is probably why minimum age, albeit a compromise to your suggestion, might be a more efficient voting method.
Great points all the same. Notice I have removed the "Dr" from Ashurbeyli's name, I agree with you I think his function as Head of Nation is indeed more relevant to the Constitution than his science degree, lol. Looking forward to discuss some of the points with you.