3 Confederate powers and privileges
The Confederation is co-sovereign with the several states.
3.2 The right of making proposals
The Confederation has the right of proposing new state laws or state treaties of any kind or changes to each state's existing laws, treaties and constitution.
If not approved by the state within 200 days, the Confederation may put the proposal to the direct vote of the citizens of the state for determination.
3.3 Judicial powers
Subject to the states' treaty powers and the constitutional tribunal, the Confederation has the right to resolve by legislation, treaty or by trial, all disputes between states, between a state and citizens of another state, between citizens of different states and disputes involving foreign citizens or foreign states.
Subject to the constitutional tribunal, the Confederation has the right to try all disputes related to chapter 2 Rights of the state citizens.
3.4 Legislative powers
Within the limits of this constitution, the Confederation has general legislative powers and treaty powers.
22.214.171.124 The Confederation may requisition
funds from the states apportioned according to population.
3.5 The right to enforce and defend the constitution
The Confederation may use any means necessary and proper to enforce and defend this constitution and the several states.
No state's military forces may leave the territory of the several states without the consent of the Confederation.