Détente with Belia?

Recent news from the Whestcorean Times, is Whestcorea on the verge of war or is it a cold war? The Baltisk Journal is yet to publish an article relating to the topic.

Whestcorean Times

RGS, D.B.: Belia and Whestcorea may be on the cusp of resolving something of a feud between the two nations.

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Constitution Passes with Majority

Baltisk City (BC)- This morning the General-Secretary’s Office has confirmed the passing and enacting of the new 2015 Constitution of DRCC with an overwhelming majority.

The constitution will be enforced officially on Midnight of January 9th, 2016. A copy of the new constitution for the general public of the micronational community will be shown tomorrow with a new announcement of the constitution and new reforms passed by the DRCC Assembly.

 

DRCC’s new constitution passes

Daily Micronational

BALTISK CITY – The Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Cinnamon Creek passed earlier today with a 54% majority.

General-Secretary Dallin Langford of the DRCC praised the results as an “overwhelming majority”, with 46% of the populace (including honorary citizens) either voting against or abstaining from the vote entirely, meaning that the vote against could potentially have been a significant amount smaller than this figure.

The Constitution itself has five chapters, explaining the rights of citizens, the power of government, and establishing a Supreme Court of “People’s Judges”. It will go into force on the 9th of January.

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Kennedy Ineligible for Office?

A interesting thought.

themicronational

An investigation by the Daily Micronational has revealed the Austenasian Prime Minister Joseph Kennedy may no longer be eligible to hold his office.

The 2015 March general election saw Kennedy elected with 28 votes, 68.3% of the electorate, which demonstrated dramatic public support.

The election was only called as the previous office bearer, Eritoshi Augusta, was declared illegitimate, as the number that had originally voted for her was now only a small portion of the Empire’s population.

Kennedy now faces the same problem. Going by the precedent set in March, it would seem a general election is now required.

Many suspect he will not be re-elected. Kennedy has faced wide international criticism in recent months through the heavy use of expletives, alleged bullying, social elitism, frequent expletive-filled attacks on various New Guard micronations, the ‘Kenspiracy,’ and a recent admission of a drunken rant. He has also been accused of dishonesty…

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