Baltisk City (B.C)- In a sudden whim, Premier Langford has decided to renew diplomatic talks with friend and enemy relationship the Kingdom of Loquntia this evening. The Premier did not give an a full explanation of why he is interested in having DRCC-Loquntia relations other than saying, “DRCC is willing to open up diplomatic talks for diplomacy relations with Loquntia.”
When asked why by the Kingdom of Loquntia leader and head of state King John I, and his Ministries, and stated that Loquntia desires for limited international diplomacy between both nations because of the past (i.e The Loquntian Incident and R (For L) v. Langford), King John I also recommended an extradition policy for the proposed treaty which will discussed later as the talks go on.
The Premier then responded that both parties to the treaty use Google Documents, that way the both parties could have a beneficial understanding of the treaty and also recommended to develop a fail-safe plan which will be designed to prevent any future tensions or incidents.
Talks are expected to last throughout the week as both leaders edit and discuss the treaty and future DRCC-Loquntia relations. A response from the international community on this turn of events is yet to happen.
Baltisk City (B.C)- As DRCC citizens near the beginning of the end of the 2015-2016 school year which occupies most of the citizens at this time. New governmental officials in the Capital Province has found that citizens have not participated or answered to government messages.
Premier Langford has heard to be worried about the inactivity which could put at DRCC at yet another crisis. The government has demanded that all citizens inform the Premier or Province leaders of their citizenship activity and status by Monday, May 30th, 2o16. Formal government announcements to citizens will be posted this Friday.
According to the Office of the Premier, if the inactivity continues it could be the dissolution of the country or worse, the Premier proposes that the reforms must be speeder to counter the inactivity.
One government official was heard saying, “This isn’t right…DRCC should last, and I think citizens should have the sense of duty to support their country…”
More updates will be given as this crisis develops.
Baltisk City (B.C)- Over the last few weeks government stability has fallen to new lows after the recent DRCC Rebellion which has caused a 3/4 of the population and land to be lost. The goverment has reached a conclusion of rebuilding DRCC and allowing it to reopen its doors to the international community.
General-Secretary Langford has ordered martial law after the dissolution of the DRCC Assembly and massive inactivity from the Mir Province, he was heard saying, “The current constitution must be suspended to allow a new constitution to step in and allow a reformation of how the DRCC government will run.” The new constitution is estimated to be completed by next Saturday. It is unknown of the reaction towards the new constitution and new policies which have been released since yesterday. The provisional government will take power this Monday with General-Secretary Langford to become Premier of the new government, and a small council of citizens to be the legislature.
The effects of this government will be unknown as it could but more instability during the transition until the military can effectively control any riots which could be caused. The Cabinet hopes that all will go well until the new constitution may be in place. A DRCC official who wishes to be anonymous says, “One of the new policies will be called the ‘Reformation Period’, though I don’t know much about the policy, however it could heavily affect DRCC’s influence in the international community. DRCC’s only hope is that they will take the policy seriously and respect it.”
The General-Secretary plans to make a speech concerning these recent events on Monday afternoon (MST) all DRCC citizens are invited to attend. More updates as they come.