The Česká Pravice Member´s Commented Decalogue

Serve the Czech Republic - Respect the Constitution and the Law - Exclude Uncontrollable and Unequal Authority - Protect Democracy and Justice in All Ways - Approve Legitimate Rights of Minorities and Special-Interest Groups - Mind Honour, Ethics, and Culture in Statesmanship and Life - Promote the Opinion, that We Are in Need of the Conversatism - Care for the Face of the Česká Pravice - Never Misconduct - No Prattle


 

1. Serve the Czech Republic
3. Exclude Uncontrollable and Unequal Authority
5. Approve Legitimate Rights of Minorities and Special-Interest Groups
7. Promote the Opinion, that We Are in Need of the Conversatism
9. Never Misconduct
2. Respect the Constitution and the Law
4. Protect Democracy and Justice in All Ways 
6. Mind Honour, Ethics, and Culture in Statesmanship and Life
8. Care for the Face of the Česká Pravice
10. No Prattle

 

Zpět na vrch strany.1. Serve the Czech Republic

In this plank it is implicated a conservative attribute of respect and awe to an authority. To feel the authority of your position and not to depreciate that. To prefer the concerns of the Czech republic to all other interests including yours.

Zpět na vrch strany.2. Respect the Constitution and the Law

In this plank is implicated a conservative aspect of parlamentarism. The principle of a juristic state is an implicit awe to a law. One shall be educated to a juristic consciousness either at school or in family. The awe shall not be spurious, based on an untruth.

Zpět na vrch strany.3. Exclude Uncontrollable and Unequal Authority

Even politicians are men and men are evil by nature. If they get a power and have the possibility to misuse their authority, they will do so for sure. That is why nobody must be given an uncontrollable power into his hands. The Civil Service does not have to be inexpensive, but must be secured against misusage of power. 

Zpět na vrch strany.4. Protect Democracy and Justice in All Ways 

It is important to struggle for democracy every day. It is not stated for ever. Democracy and freedom must be subordinated to rules. Every human being must be convinced that by a standard procedure he will reach rightness.

Zpět na vrch strany.5. Approve Legitimate Rights of Minorities and Special-Interest Groups

One of the consensus attributes, one of the democratical principals. Majority has to listen to minority and not to curse minority's great solutions in advance, due to its containment. We shall support lobbing within law limits and also within political ethics limits.

Zpět na vrch strany.6. Mind Honour, Ethics, and Culture in Statesmanship and Life

We need to entirely respect these funds for welfare of ourselves and of course for the reputation of the Czech Republic. He, who defrauds mentioned funds in a very rough way, must definately leave politics - dishonourable and disdained. 

Zpět na vrch strany.7. Promote the Opinion, that We Are in Need of the Conversatism

The Conversatism is not a return to the past, but a consideration of traditional and competent funds. It is a path to the future, based on the real experience of this world. No experiment. The conservatives established more steady-state values than the liberals, who tend to promise a person wonders and inspire rather than perform.

Zpět na vrch strany.8. Care for the Face of the Česká Pravice

If any member threatens the unblemished reputation of the Česká Pravice political party, the Executive body would cancel his membership ex parte of the Conciliation committee.

Zpět na vrch strany.9. Never Misconduct

A member, who misuses his party affiliation or his political position, will be immediately suspended and he will be prevented from serving further more.

Zpět na vrch strany.10. No Prattle

One of the main attributes of each conservative. Never promise what can't be done. Never talk too much, pick your words. The conservative doesn't evaluate politicians by how much they had said, but according to what they had said and done.


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Petr Fuchs © Česká Pravice 1997
Translated by: Petr Andrš & Petr Finkous 10/1999