International Law Subject by Decleration since 7th October 2013

International Law

The judiciary that serves and establishes international law also serves to establish legal norms. Through customary international law these legal findings were made possible.

The right of self-determination accrues through international law and is affixed to peoples, rather than to nations or states. When a people forms the like - the people is established as a State - that State, as a manifestation of the same people, must be entitled to the right of self-determination by its very nature, since the peoples are inherent in the sense and de jure the bearers of the right of self-determination. Along hand, the rights are protected by the principle of sovereign equality.

To this end, particular attention is paid to the declaration in this regard to international law, since the right of self-determination is applied primarily by customary international law and these fundamental rights are granted to the peoples. No state can be formed without its people.

According to the construction of international law, such laws are being regarded to serve as a right of determination in contrast to all other rights, which are being classified as rights of determination. The declaration has been devised, minding this spirit.

Decleration of Sovereignty by 7th October 2013

The Declaration was issued internationally on 7th October 2013 by more than 30 years of preparatory work and was carried out as a Declaration on the Sovereign Dynasty Babenberg "Rem Publicam  Declarare" in conjunction with the Diplomatic Note "Memorandum  Diplomaticae". The period of all necessary constitutions has been extended to September 2025 in order to meet all the safeguards and implementations, such as acting internationally as a Subject of International Law.

Thus, customary International Law, as a statement, arises from the Declaration on this subject the equating of self-determination with sovereignty and independence. Independence to sovereignty is thus established by equality with all subjects of International Law and is carried out as inherent.

The principle of the principle of universal customary International Law as a Declaration of the principles on friendly Relations and Cooperation in unity of the UNO Statute as well as international and Vienna agreements in the sense of sovereign equality of all peoples.

Diplomatic Note to the Decleration of Sovereignty

The Diplomatic Note, also known as the "Rem Publicam Declarare Memorandum Diplomaticae“, is the supplement and the appendix as an explanation of the Declaration on the Sovereign Dynasty of Babenberg. In order to give priority above all to the Diplomatic Statute, such as the exploration for the Declaration, it was essential to give the explanations sufficient space for comprehensibility, even by the content of the Diplomatic Note.

The Diplomatic Note contains in outline the areas for:

  • Historie, Dynasty, Activities
  • Explicit to the Diplomatic Note
  • Legal Situation
  • Lex Vita Babenberg and BvVG
  • Future orientation
  • Finance and Economy
  • Final executions

An overview of the Archive is also carried out to show how far back the Dynasty goes back in history and relevant circumstances.

The Areas of "Explicit to the Diplomatic Note" such as justice were specially elaborated in order to place the manageability and relevant will on a Foundation of Knowledge and interaction. International Security, Human Rights, Culture and World Peace are special values.