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Sovereignty in Sustainable DevelopmentsThe word “sovereign” or “sovereignty” seems to have taken on some negative connotations of late, but in fact, it is nothing more than saying that it is separate and distincti. Negotiations are currently under way which would grant full sovereign authority to any and all such Community Developments as are being built. These issues are not fully settled yet as the negotiations of this nature take time and a concerted effort. Most all of the nations and governing bodies involved in the negotiations have their own interests at heart and many will take the measures through a parliament or congressional process before it can even be brought up for a vote. In the event that full sovereignty is not granted in some locations wherein the community developments are being planned, there are other options that are being considered. Some of these options may be put into place in separate and unique community developments no matter what the outcome of other negotiations may be at such a time as they have been successfully concluded.This is one of the reasons that so much of our current work involves working with tribal leaders and autonomous and semi-autonomous indigenous and aboriginal tribes around the globe. In this way, semi-autonomous community developments can often be established to operate in full cooperation with and remain wholly parallel to the current sociopolitical system. 

i SOVEREIGN: A person, body, or state in which independent and supreme authority is vested ; a chief ruler with supreme power; a king or other ruler with limited power.

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