Treaty of Brazzaville

Followed By Terms of the Treaty of Brazzaville

Introduction To The Issue

The Following Terms and Issues That Are Being Explained Throughout the Treaty Is Due To The Fact That, Between the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Government and Congolese Revolutionary Army, No Other Way For Peace Has Been Made, Other Than The Conflict of War.


By Reading The Following Terms and Issue, The Government of Congo, As Well As The People Who Are Also Considered Its Citizens, Will Take Into Thought That Peace Should be Made Between Both Sides So Agreements Are Being Made In Order To Restore Revelation To The Area Of Congo And All That Take Part In It

I. Equal Justice

As follow, all citizens within the Republic of Congo should have the right to take part in the agreement of any issue, unless, that issue is followed by another conflict between the areas near or within Congo.


The citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo are agreed to have the following (if they are agree by the Fourteenth Amendment):



  • Take Part in Citizenship - Be part of the community, as well as voting and service to the Congolese Military



  • Privileges or Immunities - The citizens are entitled to say anything, as long as it is acquitted and agreed upon by the public and/or government body



  • Equal Protection (Only Entitled To Those Who Are Threatened) - All citizens are entitled to being afraid unless when necessary, no attack is just unless stated in the Just War Theory



II. Reparations

The citizens of the DRC community are not entitled to this agreement unless they have taken action in the pass conflict


The government, as well as the rebels, must pay a sum of 20,000 CDF, which doubles after calculating the areas that have been attacked and destroyed.


Restoring the community may take time, but, if any war/conflict is to be taken place during reparation, new government officials will be elected, as well as restoring the Congolese Army

III. Formal Designation of Borders

Any city that touches the borders of the Democratic Republic of Congo will be able to take part in the same decisions of citizens of the DRC community, only if the government between each community deicides on a Representative to talk on their behalf


Those said Representatives have to follow every rule that the government of the DRC community for the choice to be fair between all communities


IV. Processes For Resolving Future Disputes

In order to avoid the path of conflict and future attacks, one must look at the reasons they may go to war, such as:


  • Culture/Way of Life
  • Peace
  • Dispute Between Following and/or Creating Law and Regulation
  • The Citizens that Take Part in that Community/Government
  • The Dispute Must Be Handled or Waged by a Properly Instituted Authority In Order For It To Be Ended Indefinitely


If all are avoided by the DRC, citizens will be able to take part in city hearings in order to make sure that any future problem is to cease to exist


VII. Settling of Existing Debts

Money, also explained as "debts", as well as deaths and settlements of behavior, will all be an issue when having a dispute, so in order to make sure that there won't be any problem with this is by taking action before the problem is exceed into something worse


By doing so, all sum of revenue will be taken by the Assistant Treasury Super Intendant, Robert Walters


20% of earnings made in one household will be put aside for any purpose other than war, where the government will have no choice but to settle with an agreement with the other side

VIII. Defining of Proscribed Behavior

Note to self: ones anger will not be part of the reason that a dispute should be arranged


When in the line of fire, one soldier only has the intention to kill the other side, many peoples lives are in danger, however, by following the followed agreements held above, again, agreement will be taken cared of in ones community and should and will be described word by word to come to an understanding


If anything is said otherwise, the government will be held in with the suggestion of negotiation and/or the act of giving a fine of 500,000 francs to distribute towards funds