Constitution of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice
The Constitution of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice is a living document, and amendments will be considered by the ITNJ Board of Trustees on an annual basis. The ITNJ was inaugurated on 15 June 2015, and the Board of Trustees began meeting in 2016 for the first formal review of suggestions for changes and amendments to the ITNJ Constitution.
Your suggestions and questions related to the content or wording of the ITNJ Constitution may be sent to the Registrar for consideration by the ITNJ Board of Trustees during the next review: Registrar@ITNJ.org
To access the Constitution below, follow these prompts: Click top left arrows to scroll through pages 1-12. At top right, click icons for printing or downloading.
The Treaty and Constitution of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice were signed and sealed into law in a formal Ceremonial Seating marking the Inauguration of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice on 15 June, 2015. The Inauguration was held at Westminster Hall in London and coincided with the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta being sealed into law. Press releases covering the ITNJ Inauguration events can be found here. Images of the signed Witnesses pages of the Constitution of the ITNJ are presented below: