Talk:Act Declaring and Constituting the People of England to be a Commonwealth and Free-State

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Attempt at modernizing the language[edit]

By its authority, the Parliament declares and enacts:—

1 The People of England and of its territories are and shall be and are hereby constituted, established, and confirmed to be a Commonwealth and free State.

2 England and its territories shall from henceforth be are governed:—

(1) as a Commonwealth and free State by the supreme authority, namely the Representatives of the People in Parliament, and by such Officers and Ministers as the Representatives shall appoint and constitute under them, for the good of the People.

(2) without any Monarch or House of Lords.

Kaihsu (talk) 05:50, 16 June 2012 (UTC) – Kaihsu (talk) 20:46, 6 May 2013 (UTC)


July 9th 2017 Is this Act of Parliament legal? NO! As it was a RUMP Parliament with armed men trying to block and arrest hundreds of Parliamentarians who at the time were going to negotiate with then King Charles so this Act and many others were not and is not today a valid or legal document. It was made by men in the action of treason.

So England then as now, as are all other Dominions thereof a Christian Kingdom, a Constitutional Monarchy where all must have lawful representatives without interference from other Parliamentarians or any other. So this ACT of Parliament is not made under a lawful authority!