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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