Reunited in First National Assembly on 25th September 2005 in the town of Oxthrakai (Vila Velha do Ródão), we reafirm our autority and existence as a sovereign, that has its roots in our cultural identity and on our own traditional values.

We reafirm our attachment to the ethnic-cultural identity of our heroic Lusitanian people, rendering eternal tribute to the memory of our beloved ancestors, the real source of our strength and the origin of our common heritage.

Recognizeing that our ancestral traditions are alive and that the Elders knew how to transmit their life´s wisdow to our Lusitanian people, generation by generation until present, we proclam now the fundamental principles of Lusitanian cultural patrimony to the generations yet to come.

Therefore, we establish the Lusitanian sovereignty on the basis of our own ethnic-culturals values.

We will continue the fight in defence of our national identity till final victory, in manner to obtain the definitive recognition of Lusitanian people by the portuguese government.

We proclaim that Lusitanian people, the unique and legitimate native people of this country, is equal in rights as all the other sovereign peoples in the world.

We declare that Lusitanian people is the only legitimate owner of Lusitanian lands and of its natural resources.

Therefore, in the name of the sovereign and free Lusitanian people, we establish now our right to eternal national sovereignty through all territories of the Lusitanian nation.

Text of the Charter for national sovereignty:

Article 1:

Lusitania is the homeland of the Lusitanian people; it is an indivisible part of the Lusitanian community, and the lusitanian native people is the integral part of the Lusitanian nation.

Article 2:

Lusitania has its ethnic boundaries in the "portuguese" interior province of Beiras, its political borders embrace the provinces of Minho, Tras-os-Montes, Ribatejo, northern Alentejo and the coastline of Beira, today lands usurped by the Portuguese Republic; its historical and natural limits include in the Lusitanian nation, the regions of Galice, and the provinces of Salamanca, Cáceres, Badajoz and Huelva, today under spanish colonial occupation, with the agreement of the portuguese government.

Article 3:

The Lusitanian people possess the legal and human right to their homeland and the right to determine their destiny after achieving the liberation of their country in accordance with their wishes and entirely of their own accord and will.

Article 4:

The Lusitanian national identity is a genuine, essential, and inherent characteristic; it is transmitted from parents to children. The portuguese occupation of our lands, the refusal of Portugal to officially recognize the existence of our lusitanian people and the dispersal of the Lusitanian people across other portuguese regions and abroad, through emigration or exile, do not negate them the Lusitanian identity or their right to belong to Lusitanian community.

Article 5:

The Lusitanians are those, and although they possess the portuguese citizenship, or the spanish one in the case of galaicians, who born and reside in the lands of Lusitania, and make prove of their native progeny, and that ones who have full conscience of their real national identity.

Article 6:

The portugueses and foreigners who had normally resided in Lusitania, and their offspring that are born and reside in Lusitanian lands, could be considered Lusitanians citizens but not natives.

Article 7:

That there is a Lusitanian community and that it has material, spiritual, hitorical, genetic and cultural connection with Lusitania are indisputable facts. It is a national duty of all Lusitanian people to bring up individual Lusitanians in an traditional manner. All means of information and education must be adopted in order to acquaint the Lusitanian with his country or community in the most profound manner.

Article 8:

The phase in their history, from roman conquest till today, through which the Lusitanian people are now living, without the official recognition by the portuguese authorities, should be regard as a challenge to Lusitanians to fight for their rights, in a pacific and non-violent manner, untill our final victory.

Article 9:

The national struggle of Lusitanian people for their sivereignty, must be made by pacefull means only. That strategy, not merely a tactical phase, imply the respect for all living beings, humans, animals, vegetals and spiritual lives.

Article 10:

United action for our struggle, requires popular mobilization of all Lusitanians and educational efforts in the involvement of the resistence of our people for their sovereignty, in an individual or collective manner.

Article 11:

The Lusitanians will have three fundamental mottoes: national unity, defence of their ethnic-cultural identity, and popular mobilization for national sovereignty.

Article 12:

The Lusitanian people believe in national unity, among them and the allied nations of Lusitania. In order to contribute their aim, now dettermined by our peacefull struggle for national sovereignty, we must safeguard the lusitanian identity and develop our consciousness of that identity, and oppose any plan that may dissolve or impair it.

Article 13:

The destiny of Lusitania, and indeed Lusitanian community itself, depend upon the destiny of the Lusitanian Cause. From this interdependence springs the popular ´s pursuit of, and striving for, the immediate realization of our sacred goals.

Article 14:

The struggle for the national sovereignty of Lusitania, from a Lusitanian viewpoint, is a national duty for whole Lusitanian people and it attempts to repel injustice and the aggression against their homeland and extinction of all Lusitanian people.

Article 15:

The liberation of Lusitania, from a spiritual point of view, will provide in our homeland the establishment of an atmosphere of safety, peace and tranquility, for all its inhabitants. Which in turn will safeguard the country´s religious sanctuaries and guarantee freedom of worship for Lusitanian traditional faith, cristianity or others, without discrimination of race, language, or other. Accordingly, the people of Lusitania look to all spiritual and religious forces in the world for support.

Article 16:

The liberation or homerule of Lusitania, from a human point of view, will restore to Lusitanian individual his human rights, dignity, pride, and freedom. Accordingly our aims, is legitime people look forward to the support of all those who believe in the dignity of man and woman, and his freedom in the world.

Article 17:

The homerule for Lusitania, from an international point of view, is a defensive action necessitated by those who demands for the management of their own destiny. Accordingly the Lusitanian people, hospitable and desirous as they are of the friendship of all people, look to freedom-loving, and peace-loving peoples for support in order to restore their historic and legitimate rights in Lusitania, and to establish friendly links among all peoples in the world.

Article 18:

We consider the refusal of the portuguese authorities to recognize the existence of Lusitanian people and Homerule for Lusitania within or out of the Portuguese Republic, is an action illegal and inconsistent with natural right of Lusitanian people to have their homeland, and contrary to the principles embodied in the Charter of the United Nations; particularly the right to self-determination and autonomy for all peoples in the world..

Article 19:

Claims of historic, religious or cultural ties of portuguese with Lusitanian people are incompatible with the facts of history, origin, culture and the true conception of what constitutes a native people. In fact, Lusitanians and portugueses are two different peoples and entities with their own culture living separated and inside of the same country or territory. Although, they both, have the same portuguese citizenship, the Lusitanian are the native people of Portugal, racially iberian but of celtic culture, with their own ethnic culture, and the portuguese are a different people, of neolatin and crioule origin who made and choose their own culture and latin way; and therefore, renegading their iberian and celtic native roots.

Article 20:

Os Lusitanos, na pessoa dos seus representantes mais conscientes, rejeitam qualquer ingerência ou mediação internacional na resolução do seu problema. Entendemos que o problema relativo ao reconhecimento e à soberania nacional do povo Lusitano poderá ser resolvido com boa-vontade entre Lusitanos e portugueses.

Article 21:

The Lusitanian people of Lusitania, believe in the principles of justice, equality, self-determination, sovereignty, freedom, welfare, and human dignity, and in the right of all peoples on earth to exercise them .

Article 22:

For the realization of the goals of this Charter for the Sovereignty of Lusitanian people and its principles, the most representative organizations of the Lusitanian people commit themselves to respect and perform its role in the struggle for the freedom and national sovereignty of Lusitania and Lusitanian people.

Article 23:

All the most representative Lusitanian organizations must and shallcooperate among them and with third ones, portuguese or internacionals, each according to its potentialities; and will adopt a real and neutral policy among them in the light of the recquirement of the struggle for sovereignty for Lusitanian people.

Article 24:

The resolution of the problem between Lusitanian people and the spanish state, and the liberation of Lusitanian lands, today under spanish colonial occupation, must be solve in a latter date; and could be solve with different means of our struggle for liberty and sovereignty, because of the ultra-nationalist, intractable, intorerable, and repressive policy of the spanish government and authorities.

Article 25:

The Lusitanian people possess the fundamental and genuine legal right to liberate and retrieve their homeland. And, only the Lusitanian people determine their attitude towards the forces and entities involved in the resolution of their question for sovereignty and homerule, on the basis of the stands they adopt to fulfill the aims of the Lusitanian people.

Article 26:

Although Lusitania is not an independent country nor an autonomous region within the Portuguese Republic yet, the Lusitanian people shall have a national flag, an anthem, an oath of allegiance, a citizen card, and other symbols. All this shall be decided upon in accordance with a special regulation, by the most representatives organizations of the Lusitanian people.

Article 27:

Everything must be done for the protection of the Lusitanian culture, for the revival of the Lusitanian ancient native religion and for the renaissance of the Lusitanian language, even in its modern form.

Article 28:

Provisionally, we will accept the existence of an active and virtual Lusitanian community in internet, if it favours our struggle for the sovereignty of Lusitanian people and Lusitania.

Article 29:

Regulations in the future, shall be annexed to this Charter for the sovereignty of Lusitanian people. It will lay down the manner in which the organs and institutions of the most representratives organizations of the Lusitanian people, shall be constitued; the respective competence of each, and the requirements of its obligation under the Charter.

Article 30:

This Charter for the sovereignty of the Lusitanian people shall not be amended save by vote of a majority of two-thirds of the total membership reunited in congress and at a special session convened for that purpose.