Framework Law for the Discipline of Free Practicing Professions
We, members of People of Mother Earth (PMT _ Popolo della Madre Terra), in honour, brotherhood, loyalty, fellow feeling, and a shared respect for all Living Beings, promote and publish the following law approved by the Council of Ministers in the meeting on February 22nd, 2022.

Art. 1 (Definition of Free Practicing Profession). F.P.P. means carrying out a profession in a free and autonomous way, with passion and love for neighbours.

Art. 2 (Determination of professional performance) A professional service implies performing activities requiring specific virtues and talents available for the neighbours to sustain the cooperative progress, with respect for all workers. Such actions are performed in total decision-making autonomy, taking responsibility for sharing the views for the sake of equilibrium between the bid and ask.

Art. 3 (Object of the professions) The object of each profession is based on the capability of each individual to operate for the common good; the limits to its content, for the other professions, are determined by the level of honourable cooperation among PMT members.

Art. 4 (Collaboration between different professions) It is possible to operate in different functions whenever the relevant competencies include common operative sectors, even with different experience levels.

Art. 5 (Professional practice incompatibility) There are no incompatibilities because the responsible, shared, and transparent choice of tasks cannot be segregated. A professional is a set of experiences, who can join different professional orders, according to his/her vocation.

Art. 6 (Educational requirements) Each professional body has its own selection criteria for the requirements.

Art. 7 (Professional traineeship) Each professional body has its own specific training line.

Art. 8 (Professional qualification). In the constitutive decrees of each professional Order or Association, the full juridical validity of the professional qualification obtained in a different State will be acknowledged, provided the PMT regulations requisites are met. Each professional is required to publish a CV and a self-certification describing his/her vocation and intentions.

Art. 9 (Subjective conditions for the exercise of a profession) Every Order or Association adopts the proper initiatives, in agreement with the National Commission of Private Practices now established at the Council of Ministers of the PMT, in order to facilitate the updating, the cooperation, and the collaboration between the professionals.

Art. 10 (Classification of Professional Categories) For the purpose of this law and, for the establishment of coordination bodies between professionals working in similar sectors, the professional categories are classified as follows:

1.A) Economic-Juridical professions, including, among others, experts in: law, affidavits, economy, financial advisory, accounting, and labour consultants.
2.B) Technical-scientific professions, including, among others, expert engineers, chemists, architects, biologists, geologists, agronomists, geometers, industrial and agricultural experts.
3.C) Healthcare professions, including, among others, physicians, dentists, pharmacists, veterinaries, biologists with therapeutic vocation, midwives, nurses, health care assistants, kindergarten supervisors, psychologists, counsellors, and facilitators.
4.D) Sociocultural professions, including, among others, journalists, translators, interpreters, teachers, and sociologists.
New professions will be classified by analogy into one of these groups.

Art. 11 (Professionals constituted in Orders or Associations). A professional Order or Association can have any number of members.

Art. 12 (Registration to an Order or Association) In order to be registered in an Order or Association, one needs the following requisites: A) be a PMT Member; B) to be resident at a PMT embassy or having there a domicile (in case the Order’s regulation requires this); C) Having obtained the qualification to practice the profession (see art. 8 and 9).

Art. 13 (Enrolment to the professional registers) In order to practice the professional activities described in this law, it is a requirement to be registered in the Order’s or Association’s Registers of the relevant categories or Registers held by the National Commission of Private Practices.

Art. 14 (Cancellation and re-registration) The cancellation from the Order’s or Association’s Registers follows the non-compliance with one of the requisites in art.12 A), B), C). Beyond that, the cancellation can happen due to disciplinary reasons like the disrespect of “modus vivendi” dictated by the Common Laws of Human Rights; in particular, when the violations cause losses, fraud, and deception to third parties. The cancellations, described in the previous paragraphs, are made by the Office, or by the person concerned, in compliance with the disciplinary procedure The professional who has been cancelled from the Register can be registered a second time, provided the reasons for cancellation are no longer in place.

Art. 15 (Structure of the Register). The profession Register contains, beyond the personal details of each member, the subscription date, the date and the place where the degree has been achieved, and a curriculum describing the merits and abilities obtained in honour. The Register is filled according to the time of registration and has an index of the members (in alphabetical order) and their registration numbers. The Register is public and is updated at least every two years. It is sent by the professional Order or Association to the PMT Cabinet that creates the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions.

Art. 16 (Updating of the Register) The Order or Association Council, or the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions take care of the constant updating of the Register, making the relevant changes. To this purpose, they ask the members and the authorities (see previous article) for news about the existence of the requisites and the willingness to practice the profession in honour, brotherhood and respect for the neighbour.

Art. 17 (Rights and Duties of the members of a register). Being registered implies the right to participate in all aspects and moments of the associative life of the category and the duty to contribute to the relevant charges, in full respect of the methods and provisions laid down in the professional orders. In particular, after the registration in the professional Register, it follows the right to participate in the electoral operations for the management and supervisory bodies of the relevant Order or Association; (the right) to participate in cultural and professional events and initiatives. All the members must contribute to the current expenses necessary to the working of the Order or Association they belong to.

Art. 18 (Register of apprentices) Each professional Order is in charge of maintaining a register of the apprentices, that includes, beyond the contacts and details of each member, the start date of the apprenticeship and other information required by the Order for that practice.

Art. 19 (Identification Card and Stamp) Every Professional Order provides its members with an ID Card as proof of belonging to that Order or Association; as well as a stamp with the name of the member to be used in all professional circumstances allowing it. The professionals who are employees may apply for a stamp with their name and the name of the Order they belong to, which must be used during their work as employees.

Art. 20 (Keeping of the registers) The registers of the intellectual professions in the scope of this law are kept by the Orders and Associations legally established, or by the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions.

Art. 21 (Professional Orders and Associations) Each professional Order or Association is formed by professionals enabled to the practice established in the relevant statute and rules.

Art. 22 (Professional Ethics) The Statutes of each Order or Association define the rules and behaviour in line with the “modus vivendi” determined by the Natural and Universal Rights that must be abode by the members. The non-compliance with the ethical rules is evaluated by the competent professional bodies, to take, if necessary, disciplinary measures, in accordance with the relevant rules.

Art. 23 (Bodies of Orders and Associations) The Bodies of Orders and Associations are the Council of the Order or the Association and the Council of Auditors, which remain in office for three years.

Art. 24 (Roles of the Council) Every Council, at the moment of its establishment, appoints a president who is elected (by majority) by its members. Within 15 (fifteen) days, this appointment is notified to the National Commission of Free Practicing Professions temporarily nominated by the Council of PMT Ministers. In case the president cannot chair the meeting, he/she is replaced by the oldest member by date of membership, or by age, in case two or more members have the same length of membership.

Art. 25 (Election of the Council of the Order or the Association, and the Board of Auditors). All the members in compliance with the regulations set in the Statutes of the Orders or Associations, participate in the elections.

Art. 26 (Electoral ballot and declaration of the elected). The vote count is public and starts immediately after the voting operations are over. The candidates who receive the greater number of votes are elected. In case of equal votes, the oldest candidate by date of membership is elected, and in case two or more members have the same length of membership, the eldest by age is elected. Within 15 days, these results are notified by the Chairman of the National Commission of Free Practicing Professions (temporarily nominated by the Council of PMT Ministers).

Art. 27 (Meeting of the Order and Association). The Order and Association members meeting is summoned by the Chairman of the Council every year, during the first semester, in order to approve the financial statement and the budget for the following year. The first call of the meeting is valid if at least one-third of the members are present, or in a second call (can be also on a different day), it is valid regardless of the number of members. The decisions are taken by the absolute majority (except the abstainers).

Art. 28 (Dissolution of the Council and Appointment of a Special Commissioner). In case of important disfunction, non-compliance, and violation of PMT statute, concerning the regulations, executive decisions of the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions, as well as other valid severe reasons rise, it is possible to dissolve the Council of the Order or Association. The dissolution of the Council is enacted, after having heard the opinion of the PMT Ministry of Justice and of the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions. After the dissolution, a Special Commissioner is appointed. The Special Commissioner performs the functions of the Council and convenes an assembly for the election of the new Council within 90 (ninety) days.

Art. 29 (The powers of the Chairman of the Council). The Chairman of the Council represents the Order or the Association and exercises the powers received from this law and the professional Order.

Art. 30 (Competence of the Councils of the Orders and Associations). The Council of the Order or the Association exercises, beyond those assigned by the professional regulation, or by other laws, the following activities:

1. Taking care of the Register, updating it with new enrollments, cancellations, annotations, and other updates.
2. Checking compliance with the laws of the profession and monitoring the independence and decorum of the profession.
3. Performing disciplinary actions with the members of the Register.
4. Defining ethical principles to be abode by during the professional activity.
5. Promoting and encouraging the initiatives aiming at updating and the collaboration between the professionals.
6. Settling disputes between members.

Art. 31 (Notification and contesting of Council’s decisions). The decisions about registration and cancellation on (from) the Register, and transferring from a Register to another, as well as about the disciplinary matter, must be notified by Registered Electronic Mail within 15 (fifteen) days to relevant professionals, as well as to the Ministry of Justice and the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions. It is possible to challenge the decision to the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions within 30 (thirty) days following the communication. The Commission make the consequent decision within 30 (thirty) days.

Art. 32 (Professional Confidentiality). The professionals within the scope of this law must keep confidentiality about the news and information they receive during their professional practice, in accordance with the regulations of the relevant profession.

Art. 33 (Professional Fees). The professionals within the scope of this law have the right to receive (beyond the reimbursement of the expenses incurred) a fee proportional to the importance of the job done and the decorum of the profession.

Art. 34 (Setup of new Orders, Registers, and Associations). In setting up new professional Orders (provided all other conditions are met), the Council of Ministers of PMT Government, on the proposal of the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions, appoints a special Commissioner with the task of taking care of the first setup of the register and the relevant statute.

Art. 35 (National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions). The National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions is formed, by rights, by the Chairman of the professional Order or Association and a minimum of 4 (four) Ministers of the PMT Government and it is chaired by the President of the Council of Ministers, or by a chairman purposedly elected should a replacement be necessary.

Art. 36 (Competences of the National Commission) The national Commission supervises each profession and the competences of the Councils of the Orders and the Associations.

Art. 37 (Contesting the decisions of the National Commission). The decisions of the National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions, are challengeable by the members within the peremptory 60 (sixty) days limit starting from the communication. The contestation must be sent to the Ministry of Justice by Registered Electronic Mail.

Art. 38 (Disciplinary action) The behaviour held by a professional both during the practice and outside it, is subject to evaluation for disciplinary purposes when this can cause damage to professional dignity, decorum, honour, and full respect of the universally recognised Rights as established in PMT Constitution. The National Commission of the Free Practicing Professions is temporarily in charge of the disciplinary action, upon the initiative of the PMT Ministry of Justice.

Art. 39 (Sanctions) The Order’s or Association’s Council, when it deems necessary to take action, can adopt, depending on how severe the wrong behaviour is, the following sanctions: warning, censorship, suspension of the practice, cancellation from the register, disbarment.

Art. 40 (Warning) A warning is issued when the offence is forgivable and of minor importance. It consists of exposing the behaviour of the incumbent non-compliant with the principles of correctness and full respect of professional ethics, and warning of not persisting in the wrong behaviour. It is notified to the professional in written form by the Chairman of the Order or Association. The warning is strictly personal and cannot be disclosed or published. The warning is decided without following the regulations of the disciplinary procedure. The professional can, within thirty days of the communication, ask for the setup of a regular disciplinary procedure.

Art. 41 (Suspension) The suspension of membership is ordered in case of serious crimes (i.e., having caused fraud, loss, or deception), and violations of the Jus and the Modus Vivendi of the PMT Constitution. It is a temporary interdiction of the professional practice.

Art. 42 (Cancellation – Disbarment) The cancellation/disbarment from a register is ordered when a member has severely deteriorated his/her professional dignity, respectability, honour, and belonging to the Sacred Values that unite the Living Beings in a project for the evolution of the consciences and considered co-operation.

Art. 43 (Re-registration and re-admission) The professional who has been cancelled from the register, can be readmitted after at least three years from the cancellation, provided he/she has had an irreproachable behaviour during this period.

Art. 44 (Entry into force) This law enters into force the same day of its publication, here today undersigned by

The Chairman

Mahat Cerasuolo

Council of Ministers
People of Mother Earth
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