• Oct : 27 : 2014 - Micronational News Summary – 27 October 2014
  • Oct : 18 : 2014 - Adammia: Metric System Adopted, Liberal Party Rebrands
  • Oct : 18 : 2014 - Überstadt: King’s Speech on Indigenous People’s Day 2014
  • Oct : 18 : 2014 - Lundenwic: Minister dismissed as controversial Elections Bill is read in Parliament
  • Oct : 18 : 2014 - Mercia: Partisan Democracy quashed in Inaugural Parliament Meeting

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A summary of all the major news stories of the past week, 19 – 27 October 2014, from across the micronational community. Compiled by Shane Cahill,   Read More ...

ADAMSVILLE, Primoria – When the Ruling Council gathered on Saturday for its 32nd meeting, Emperor Adam announced what he termed an “experiment” – bringing forward   Read More ...

King Adam I of Überstadt gave the following speech on the occasion of Indigenous People’s Day 2014, which was then published on Überstadt National News on 13   Read More ...

Former Minister without Portfolio, Andrew Wood, was dismissed from his post with the approval of the Imperial Grand Duke. The Prime Minister had suggested his   Read More ...

On Sunday, 12th October, at 7:36PM GMT, Marquis Cassidy opened up the first Meeting of the Mercian Parliament House of his second term as First   Read More ...

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Micronational News Summary – 27 October 2014

A summary of all the major news stories of the past week, 19 – 27 October 2014, from across the micronational community. Compiled by Shane Cahill,   Read More ...

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Indokistan 2014: Senya and Tiana in “Group of Death”

Senya and Tiana have been drawn together in one of the hardest groups in the history of the FMF World Cup qualifiers, the qualification tournament   Read More ...

A summary of all the major news stories of the past week, 19 – 27 October 2014, from across the micronational community. Compiled by Shane Cahill, GUM Junior Secretary for Media and Public Relations. Political scandal rocked the Commonwealth of Vyktory after it emerged on 19  October that a Member of its Parliament had served her term unlawfully. Alyssa Cooke MP was suspended from her duties after it emerged she was too   Read More ...

ADAMSVILLE, Primoria – When the Ruling Council gathered on Saturday for its 32nd meeting, Emperor Adam announced what he termed an “experiment” – bringing forward a piece of legislation which he thought the Council might find controversial to see how they would react. This was the Metrication Act 2014, which as the name suggests, makes the metric system the official measuring system of the Empire. Rather than debate, half-hearted discussion   Read More ...

King Adam I of Überstadt gave the following speech on the occasion of Indigenous People’s Day 2014, which was then published on Überstadt National News on 13 October 2014. Thousands of years ago, this land was first peopled. The first settlers, the ancestors of the Salish peoples, fished, harvested the forests, and established the grasslands. They and their descendants lived off the cycles of nature, upon which they depended. The beautiful lowland   Read More ...

Former Minister without Portfolio, Andrew Wood, was dismissed from his post with the approval of the Imperial Grand Duke. The Prime Minister had suggested his removal in September and the Grand Duke signed the Imperial Edict confirming the dismissal yesterday. Yesterday also saw the reading of the Elections Bill at a Parliamentary Sitting in New Charter. The reading had been a long time coming, being first suggested and proposed in July   Read More ...

On Sunday, 12th October, at 7:36PM GMT, Marquis Cassidy opened up the first Meeting of the Mercian Parliament House of his second term as First Minister. Because of his services to the Kingdoms & Lands Represented in the Council of the Diarchal crowns of the Disciples (Mercia), and the wider Würtige Empire, the Marquis was re-appointed by the Lords of Mercia to remain as Mercia’s Head of Government until March 2015.   Read More ...

ROSEWOOD – HRH Prince Aaron has resigned as Prime Minister of Überstadt and expressed his support of a proposed constitutional amendment that would transfer the head of government’s role to the Monarch. In a letter to HM the King, the outgoing premier described himself as “becoming greatly laden with other duties,” especially academic pursuits, as the Prince has followed his brother’s path in concurrently enrolling in secondary and tertiary education.   Read More ...

ADAMSVILLE, Primoria – After months of deliberation, the Empire of Adammia and the Confederation of Leylandiistan and Gurvata finally signed a bilateral treaty of recognition on Saturday the 27th. The two nations have been informal allies for some time now, with their leaders Emperor Adam I and Shane Cahill currently acting as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Grand Unified Micronational. Legislative issues in Leylandiistan caused the delay, but the Treaty   Read More ...

A Transitional Council has been established in the Federal Union of Juclandian Lands (FUJL) as pleads for leadership have been made across the nation. The FUJL has lacked a proper government since last August 23 when the Government of Chancellor Ciprian Sorin, King of Juclandia, was dissolved. Calls for reforms arose last September 19, when several members of the Obștea, including King Ciprian himself, agreed it was time for a change in the system   Read More ...

One year after Sandus and Kumano began negotiations for the Kumanoese Sociliva Treaty, the Sôgmô and the Kumanoese Daijo Daijin Hatsu Ryuho have begun talks intended to strengthen the Sociliva Treaty and make relations between Kumano and Sandus closer. The talks will focus on Kumano aligning more closely with Sandus and exchanging cultural projects in order to make Sandum and Kumanoese closer and disperse throughout the two fraternal countries. Talks   Read More ...

What has been described as “one of the most extensive pieces of legislation” in the history of small nations was adopted today as the long awaited Austenasian civil code came into force. Known as the Codex Jonathanus, the civil code is an amended version of the Codex Justinianus, an extremely influential codification of Roman law ordered by Emperor Justinian I in the early 6th century. Laws related to archaic issues such   Read More ...

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