The Turin Charter was one of the Abbasid Caliphate's important documents. This permitted for the settling of the colony of Turin, under the declared viceroy Bravo8675309, with help from colonist Akanati.
Terms of the Charter Edit
The terms of the charter included:
- The Caliphate government at Basra would declare a policy of "salutary neglect" upon colonial Turin, allowing them to grow and prosper with minimal interference from the government. Building materials were to also be provided by the government if and when needed.
- The colony is declared independent after meeting two of the three requirements stated in the Abbasid Constitution.