Growing Concerns To the North
“For prosperity, we must engage with the average civilian.”
16th of The Deep Cold, 1669
Just 14 years ago, the Royal Crown of Renatus-Marna had enacted an official response regarding the most despicable act of enslaving a being for the use of free labor and other vile actions. Yet once again, the following must be reiterated for the protection of our citizens and our most beloved kingdom. For the betterment of humanity and for all of the beings that reside under our protection. We as a group of one people, hope that these acts to the North are kept to their zone.
I. Under the direction of, then, His Royal Highness, Constatine of the House of Horen, Archchancellor of the Crown of Renatus-Marna slavery of all races is abolished in the lands held by the Crown. Formally coming to the conclusion that the laws permitting these acts were both harmful to foreign policy and a setback for all of humanity.
II. Should a slave take a single single foot within the lands held by the Crown, the above serves as memorandum that the slave shall be free in our lands. Should a, now former, slave need immediate assistance they are to be directed to a member of the legion or an appropriate officer of the administration for assistance. A legionnaire, or officer of the administration, will then escort them to an officer of the Royal Renation Legion. The officer then, shall take recordings of all events leading to the current moment.
III. Should the absolute need for a slaver to travel through our lands, they are to be granted the right to free travel unaccompanied by any slaves. Should they demand the right to do so with slaves, they are to be directed to an alternative path around all of the Crownlands.
IV. Should a citizen of the Crown be found with any slaves, they are to be taken into custody by the Royal Renation Legion for questioning and sentencing. Depending on the magnitude and effect the citizen has had on slave, the appropriate judgement and sentencing will be carried out by a Royal Renation Officer. Absolutely no citizen or resident within the Crownlands shall be exempt from this.
V. Anything not covered in this shall be given the verdict of a Royal Renation Officer, their verdict will carry the word of law. All decisions made by the officer shall be respected. Any incidents that require this must be alerted to a member of the Privy Council or to a Captain or above of the King's Renation Legion.
Citizens of Renatus-Marna that have questions, comments, or concerns of this memorandum shall direct them to Captain Michael Dingleberry.
Vivere in amore, pace, concordiaque
Captain Michael Dingleberry, King's Renation Legion