European Centre for Information Policy and Security abbreviated ECIPS is established by Royal Decree no WL22/16.594 issued by King Philippe in Belgium with it’s supporting founding members and 28 member-states in Annex 1 by Decree of Silence.
In terms of international representation ECIPS Agency is recognized under Art.2 of the European Convention 24 April 1986 in the Recognition of the Legal Personality of International Organizations “Utility Public” in Public Interest by Treaty 124 in respect to International Organizations that need no further state of recognition by members or member-states after legal personality was granted on 14 June 2015 as stipulated by the Convention on the Recognition of the Legal Personality of International Organizations 1986.
All technical staff are protected under the Vienna Convention 1986 by rule of international law and are issued Diplomatic Credentials by law. Under the law the staff and members of the General Secretariat led by the Secretary General do not, by reason of their office, incur any personal liability and are solely liable for the performance of their office and therefore cannot be held liable for performing any duties assigned by rule of law.
Article 2(bis) §1 to §19 of the ECIPS Decree Title of the Code Approved by Royal Decree no WL 22/16.594 constitutes the activities of ECIPS organization by Federal Approval dated 14 June 2015.
ECIPS Agency is the mandated under Article 2(bis) §1 to §19 as the “Global WatchDog” on monitoring and Investigating International Security Threats, such as Humanitarian Instability that gives rise to organic security instability, International Terror Threats, International cyber threats, global non-proliferation threats and any other security threats that affect the way of life of all European People by providing pragmatic solutions that aid to manage and mitigate these growing security risks in the lack of policy in public domain.
CONCILIUM NOVI MUNDI
The International Information Policy and Security Council (IIPSC) also known as CONCILIUM NOVI MUNDI in translation “Council of The New World” established by Royal Decree no WL22/16.594 is the body of Supreme Authority in ECIPS Agency and presented by its member states and its stakeholders whereas the President has the ultimate power of authority in public interest under Art.18.
ECIPS membership is open to all other European stated in a position to further the principles of ECIPS established by royal decree WL 22/16.594 protected under Treaty 124 and to contribute to the security of the European Union area.
ECIPS also has what it calls the Membership Action Plan that allow people in legal, Jurists, security and Intelligence to join. It helps aspiring new members prepare for membership and meet key requirements by providing practical advice and targeted assistance.
ECIPS Art. 3 forbids the organization to be political or military aliened and remains strictly and security enforcement agency under its statutes approved.
Security in our daily lives is key to our well-being. ECIPS’s purpose is to guarantee the accountability and act as a Security and Information Watchdog within European territory.
ECIPS promotes democratic values and enables members to consult and cooperate on accountability and investigation-related issues to solve problems, build trust and, in the long run, prevent conflict.
In event that diplomatic efforts fail, ECIPS has the power to undertake crisis-management and investigative operations. These are carried out under Art. 2 of ECIPS’s founding Statutes approved by Decree
Protected as public utility under Treaty 124 or under in cooperation with other countries and international organizations.
“Freedom, Security & Justice for All”
ECIPS Agency adopted the UNITED NATIONS Charter, making the promotion and protection of human rights a key purpose and guiding principle of the Organization. ECIPS can call any government , personnel or public member under art.2 of its purpose to a closed or public multi-disciplinary hearing which cannot be objected by international law.
“Lex malla, lex nulla. A bad law is no law !”