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This will be the China account, factbooks will be made over the coming days! The Mongolia LR situation will remain the same as before.

Metropolitan Francais wrote:| President Macron | ”That would be excellent. Now if we may discuss the issue of Mediterranean security and anti-piracy operations. What is Algeria currently doing to mitigate piracy in it’s waters?”
(Honestly you’re fine lol)

”Truthfully, piracy has not posed a significant threat within Algerian territorial waters; our Navy has mostly focused on dealing with traffickers and the occasional marine dumping case. However, we could help contribute resources to international anti-piracy operation in the Mediterranean, although it would require parliamentary approval.”

Previous Post

Second Stage of the Swedish Insurrection
May 1st, 2022

A lot has changed in the past couple weeks. This post will tell you some of the major things happening in Sweden recently

12th April, 2022

1st May, 2022

5th July, 2022

5th July, 2022 (Norrland Engineer Battalion)

16th September, 2022

24th November, 2022

28th Febuary, 2023

12th April, 2023

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The SUDF Expands North

While the rest of Lappland while almost constantly fighting, the areas north of Pajala and Kiruna was not so volatile with most of the population already under or supporting the SUDF and next to no military presence there. This led to just about everything in the most northern parts of Sweden being occupied by them. The only exception being an area in the most northeastern part of Sweden which is currently being held by EU Forces from Norway and the Sámi residents there.

Luleå Pocket is Prevented

One fear that was prevalent until recently was that the SUDF's eastern forces would connect and surround the city of Luleå. The answer to this would come on the 28th of April. Despite the SUDF's best efforts and the barrack-to-barrack fighting there, the garrison in Boden pushed them out. This allowed the Government to enforce the area around Luleå. In response to this the forces in Överkalix and Övertorneå have connected with the north through the road to Pajala.

Sámi People Resist the SUDF

The Sámi have become some of Sweden's best resistance fighters against the SUDF. The Sámi are some of the Government's most fervent supporters with most of them either voting for the Moderates or the SEP. The reason for this is that while the Social Democrats historically were the ones who discriminated and preformed Swedification to the Sámi. It was the Moderates, however, that made the Sámi Parliament and formally apologized for the wrongs they have committed to the Sámi people. The Sweden-Alliance have done many things to help the Sámi people such as compensation and help in teaching the Sámi languages in the north. Some members of the SEP hold less than favorable views on the Sámi. However, most members view them as being in the European Superethnos despite not being Indo-European.

The EU Sends Forces to Sweden

Following Regulation 193/2022 the European Union have been called to protect Sweden from its Insurgency. In response, they commenced Operation Stable Ice in order to secure Sweden's stability. They have sent 2,500 Gendarmerie forces and 7,500 European Corps troops with 12,000 in Reserve. They forces have recently all got here and have been a huge boost to the small Swedish Armed Forces in the fight against the SUDF.

THE INDONESIAN HERALD

Prabowo Subianto calls for second snap election, claims Rutte won through election fraud and other election news

JAKARTA - Supreme General Prabowo Subianto, head of the Progress Party, has called for a second snap election after claiming that current Prime Minister Mark Rutte won through "election fraud, bribery, corruption and fake democratic speeches". Rutte approved the second snap election earlier today. Rutte also stepped down from leader of the Conservative Right Coalition following the merging of the CRC and the Unity Party, leading to the United Conservative Party of Indonesia (UCP). Puan Maharani has been made head of the UCP.

Nosautempopulus, Khalmaria, and Somerania

This will be Norway account! ^>^

“...As long as we get stronger growth and a
better economy, it will impact the krone...”

— Erna Solberg, Prime Minister


K O N G E R I K E TN O R G E
.

NORWAY!

· · · · ·

All Rights Reserved © Oslo | Kingdom of Norway

Designed by Paramountica, Assembled for Commonwealth of Liberty.

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So who wants into list :>

Nileia wrote:So who wants into list :>

You don't make them anymore
You were fired

Greater-Norway wrote:This will be Norway account! ^>^

“...As long as we get stronger growth and a
better economy, it will impact the krone...”

— Erna Solberg, Prime Minister


K O N G E R I K E TN O R G E
.

NORWAY!

· · · · ·

All Rights Reserved © Oslo | Kingdom of Norway

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nice!

Public Memorandum from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Concerning the nation of Philanialle aka Japan

-

Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Indonesia
Friday, May 25, 2022

CONCERNING: Philanialle aka Japan

Public Memorandum regarding Indonesia-Japan foreign bilateral relations - Following a review of the previous foreign relations and treaties and pacts, the Commonwealth of Indonesia would humbly like to extend to the government of Japan an invitation to revitalize foreign affairs.

The government of Indonesia would like to sign a bilateral treaty that will detail, change and extend the current state of affairs between Indonesia and Japan. We would like to discuss multiple topics such as a free trade agreement, the strengthening of governmental, military, and trade cooperation between Indonesia and Japan, collaboration between Japan's JAXA and Indonesia's Indonesian Space Exploration Agency (ISEA). Indonesia would also like to discuss and finalize a military cooperation agreement between us and Japan to strengthen and solidify the protective bond between our two nations.

In summary, the Commonwealth of Indonesia would like to invite representatives of Japan to Jakarta around the time period of July to August 2022 to discuss the subjects stated above. Indonesia and Japan have long been close allies, and the new government would like to further this alliance, which will continue to assist in the unification of the world as we know it.

Sent from and written by,
Wilson, Mary W.
Minister of Foreign Affairs

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Public Memorandum from the Armed Forces General Command

Concerning the nation of Metropolitan Francais aka France

-

Public Memorandum regarding the Armament Deal Between France and Indonesia
Friday, May 25, 2022

CONCERNING: Metropolitan Francais aka France

Public Memorandum regarding the purchase of armaments of France by the Commonwealth of Indonesia - As reviews of our armed forces' equipment and capabilities have occurred, the Armed Forces General Command is currently reconsidering its purchase of armaments from France. In consideration, France holds a modern arsenal of weapons, however, Indonesia seems to already be capable of fighting a small-scale defensive war by itself.

With all of those in consideration, and with advice from the esteemed Members of Parliament as well as the Cabinet of the Prime Minister, the Armed Forces General Command, with the full authorization of the Cabinet, National Security Advisor and Supreme General, hereby rescinds its manifest of purchase of armaments from France.

To summarize, the Commonwealth of Indonesia WILL NOT be purchasing any military equipment from the French Republic. Although this deal has been rescided, Indonesia may offer a deal to purchase fighter jets in the future.

Sent from and written by,
Subianto, Prabowo
National Security Advisor and Supreme General of the Armed Forces

Read dispatch

News article regarding the upcoming June 2022 Elections


THE INDONESIAN HERALD


June 2022 Elections:
The Election Commission of Indonesia (ECI) has announced the final three candidates for the office of Prime Minister. But there's a major difference: They're all Indonesian.

(Left to right) Joko Widodo (UDFI), Puan Maharani (UCP) and Prabowo Subianto (PPI). These are the final candidates for the office of Prime Minister.

May 26, 2022 - 12:30pm

_____


The Indonesian Herald: Standard Edition

JAKARTA — After almost but not quite a day, the Election Commission of Indonesia (ECI) closed the doors and secured three candidates' chance to win the Prime Ministership. Adi Erdino, the Election Commissioner, announced this morning that three candidates have a secure shot at the prime ministership: Joko Widodo from the United Democratic Front and former Prime Minister, Puan Maharani from the new United Conservative Party and former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Prabowo Subianto from the Progress Party and current National Security Advisor and Supreme General of the Armed Forces.

However, there is a noticeable difference that can be seen here: They're all Indonesian. For the past 22 years that the Commonwealth of Indonesia has been in existence, all of the elections up to now had at least one foreigner who is half-Indonesian. In the 2014 National Elections, Arthur Krauss and Ernst Jansen were candidates. In the 2020 National Elections, the same half-foreigners were there, except this time Jansen won the office. In the May 2022 Snap Elections, Mark Rutte ran in place of Jansen, who had resigned permanently. Following Rutte's victory, Prabowo Subianto, who was a candidate in every single election mentioned here (including the current election), called on Rutte for another snap election, claiming that Rutte had rigged the election and had committed election fraud. PM Rutte responded by agreeing to another election which he did not participate in. So far, the Prime Minister has remained silent and has not released any public statements since Subianto called him out.

Because of Rutte's refusal to join and the merging of the Unity Party and the Conservative Right Coalition, only three candidates remain. Instead of the general public, only the National Parliament will vote on who will win. Currently, the Parliament has been divided equally between the UDFI, the UCP, and the PPI to prevent the UCP candidate from winning just because his party holds a majority. Mark Rutte is expected to leave Indonesia entirely and head to the Netherlands on Election Day. This would mean that the Prime Minister (Rutte) would be outside of the country while the Elections are ongoing. To solve this, the Parliament has voted to make Mary Wilson, Foreign Minister, the Acting Prime Minister until the new one takes office.

Because only 90 votes needs to be counted, the Elections should and hopefully will end within 5 hours of it starting. This, however, depends on the Election Commission, who will be responsible for counting the votes. Whoever the new Prime Minister will be, one thing will be guaranteed: He or she will have a big job ahead of him or her.

This was published Saturday, May 26, 2022 | Indonesia

The Indonesian Herald covers a broad range of stories all over the nation and the world, keeping Indonesia informed.

Templates from Vancouver Straits

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Philanialle wrote:K A M A L A

H A R R I S

Just re checking in to say hi. Felt like it with Bidens introduction, I felt chipper. Also wanted to say, have a wonderful next four years my old friend. I know we had our disagreements, mostly because of me, but I still wish you the best of luck and prosperity for the years to come.

Happy 2021 ole Para. May your spirits, and health stay high.

Paramountica

As for the rest of you, I bid you all the same. I hope you all have a wonderful year. It was kinda fun while it lasted. Good tidings!

Khalmaria

New Provenance wrote:Public Memorandum from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Concerning the nation of Philanialle aka Japan

-

Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Indonesia
Friday, May 25, 2022

CONCERNING: Philanialle aka Japan

Public Memorandum regarding Indonesia-Japan foreign bilateral relations - Following a review of the previous foreign relations and treaties and pacts, the Commonwealth of Indonesia would humbly like to extend to the government of Japan an invitation to revitalize foreign affairs.

The government of Indonesia would like to sign a bilateral treaty that will detail, change and extend the current state of affairs between Indonesia and Japan. We would like to discuss multiple topics such as a free trade agreement, the strengthening of governmental, military, and trade cooperation between Indonesia and Japan, collaboration between Japan's JAXA and Indonesia's Indonesian Space Exploration Agency (ISEA). Indonesia would also like to discuss and finalize a military cooperation agreement between us and Japan to strengthen and solidify the protective bond between our two nations.

In summary, the Commonwealth of Indonesia would like to invite representatives of Japan to Jakarta around the time period of July to August 2022 to discuss the subjects stated above. Indonesia and Japan have long been close allies, and the new government would like to further this alliance, which will continue to assist in the unification of the world as we know it.

Sent from and written by,
Wilson, Mary W.
Minister of Foreign Affairs

Read dispatch

Public Memorandum from the Armed Forces General Command

Concerning the nation of Metropolitan Francais aka France

-

Public Memorandum regarding the Armament Deal Between France and Indonesia
Friday, May 25, 2022

CONCERNING: Metropolitan Francais aka France

Public Memorandum regarding the purchase of armaments of France by the Commonwealth of Indonesia - As reviews of our armed forces' equipment and capabilities have occurred, the Armed Forces General Command is currently reconsidering its purchase of armaments from France. In consideration, France holds a modern arsenal of weapons, however, Indonesia seems to already be capable of fighting a small-scale defensive war by itself.

With all of those in consideration, and with advice from the esteemed Members of Parliament as well as the Cabinet of the Prime Minister, the Armed Forces General Command, with the full authorization of the Cabinet, National Security Advisor and Supreme General, hereby rescinds its manifest of purchase of armaments from France.

To summarize, the Commonwealth of Indonesia WILL NOT be purchasing any military equipment from the French Republic. Although this deal has been rescided, Indonesia may offer a deal to purchase fighter jets in the future.

Sent from and written by,
Subianto, Prabowo
National Security Advisor and Supreme General of the Armed Forces

Read dispatch

News article regarding the upcoming June 2022 Elections


THE INDONESIAN HERALD


June 2022 Elections:
The Election Commission of Indonesia (ECI) has announced the final three candidates for the office of Prime Minister. But there's a major difference: They're all Indonesian.

(Left to right) Joko Widodo (UDFI), Puan Maharani (UCP) and Prabowo Subianto (PPI). These are the final candidates for the office of Prime Minister.

May 26, 2022 - 12:30pm

_____


The Indonesian Herald: Standard Edition

JAKARTA — After almost but not quite a day, the Election Commission of Indonesia (ECI) closed the doors and secured three candidates' chance to win the Prime Ministership. Adi Erdino, the Election Commissioner, announced this morning that three candidates have a secure shot at the prime ministership: Joko Widodo from the United Democratic Front and former Prime Minister, Puan Maharani from the new United Conservative Party and former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Prabowo Subianto from the Progress Party and current National Security Advisor and Supreme General of the Armed Forces.

However, there is a noticeable difference that can be seen here: They're all Indonesian. For the past 22 years that the Commonwealth of Indonesia has been in existence, all of the elections up to now had at least one foreigner who is half-Indonesian. In the 2014 National Elections, Arthur Krauss and Ernst Jansen were candidates. In the 2020 National Elections, the same half-foreigners were there, except this time Jansen won the office. In the May 2022 Snap Elections, Mark Rutte ran in place of Jansen, who had resigned permanently. Following Rutte's victory, Prabowo Subianto, who was a candidate in every single election mentioned here (including the current election), called on Rutte for another snap election, claiming that Rutte had rigged the election and had committed election fraud. PM Rutte responded by agreeing to another election which he did not participate in. So far, the Prime Minister has remained silent and has not released any public statements since Subianto called him out.

Because of Rutte's refusal to join and the merging of the Unity Party and the Conservative Right Coalition, only three candidates remain. Instead of the general public, only the National Parliament will vote on who will win. Currently, the Parliament has been divided equally between the UDFI, the UCP, and the PPI to prevent the UCP candidate from winning just because his party holds a majority. Mark Rutte is expected to leave Indonesia entirely and head to the Netherlands on Election Day. This would mean that the Prime Minister (Rutte) would be outside of the country while the Elections are ongoing. To solve this, the Parliament has voted to make Mary Wilson, Foreign Minister, the Acting Prime Minister until the new one takes office.

Because only 90 votes needs to be counted, the Elections should and hopefully will end within 5 hours of it starting. This, however, depends on the Election Commission, who will be responsible for counting the votes. Whoever the new Prime Minister will be, one thing will be guaranteed: He or she will have a big job ahead of him or her.

This was published Saturday, May 26, 2022 | Indonesia

The Indonesian Herald covers a broad range of stories all over the nation and the world, keeping Indonesia informed.

Templates from Vancouver Straits

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Portuguese Reaction
Portugal supports Indonesia's proposal as to discuss over Japan's unrightful occupation of North Borneo.

Metropolitan Francais wrote:

        JAPANESE EMPIRE
        
        日本帝国 
        
        NIHON TEIKOKU

      ______

      MINISTRY OF FOREIGN RELATIONS: THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT DOES NOT TRUST INDONESIA WHEN IT COMES TO FOREIGN AFFAIRS (New Provenance)
      EMPIRE OF GREAT JAPAN | TOKYO METROPOLIS, MAY 2022

    | MINISTRY OF FOREIGN RELATIONS - | With Indonesia's recent attacks on Japan, addressing the issue of Japanese occupation in North Borneo as the main issue. After a brief meeting between Prime Minister Abe and Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi, the two decided to follow in the footsteps of President Macron and withdraw Japan's confidence in Indonesia. That said, Prime Minister Abe also announced that he will prevent Indonesia from doing any kind of negotiations with Japan and says that the country will only return to negotiations with Indonesia, only when a stable government is in power. The only thing Japan will keep will be the treaty that was made by both nations in 2016. |

      ______

New Provenance wrote:Public Memorandum from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Concerning the nation of Philanialle aka Japan

-

Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Indonesia
Friday, May 25, 2022

CONCERNING: Philanialle aka Japan

Public Memorandum regarding Indonesia-Japan foreign bilateral relations - Following a review of the previous foreign relations and treaties and pacts, the Commonwealth of Indonesia would humbly like to extend to the government of Japan an invitation to revitalize foreign affairs.

The government of Indonesia would like to sign a bilateral treaty that will detail, change and extend the current state of affairs between Indonesia and Japan. We would like to discuss multiple topics such as a free trade agreement, the strengthening of governmental, military, and trade cooperation between Indonesia and Japan, collaboration between Japan's JAXA and Indonesia's Indonesian Space Exploration Agency (ISEA). Indonesia would also like to discuss and finalize a military cooperation agreement between us and Japan to strengthen and solidify the protective bond between our two nations.

In summary, the Commonwealth of Indonesia would like to invite representatives of Japan to Jakarta around the time period of July to August 2022 to discuss the subjects stated above. Indonesia and Japan have long been close allies, and the new government would like to further this alliance, which will continue to assist in the unification of the world as we know it.

Sent from and written by,
Wilson, Mary W.
Minister of Foreign Affairs

Read dispatch

Public Memorandum from the Armed Forces General Command

Concerning the nation of Metropolitan Francais aka France

-

Public Memorandum regarding the Armament Deal Between France and Indonesia
Friday, May 25, 2022

CONCERNING: Metropolitan Francais aka France

Public Memorandum regarding the purchase of armaments of France by the Commonwealth of Indonesia - As reviews of our armed forces' equipment and capabilities have occurred, the Armed Forces General Command is currently reconsidering its purchase of armaments from France. In consideration, France holds a modern arsenal of weapons, however, Indonesia seems to already be capable of fighting a small-scale defensive war by itself.

With all of those in consideration, and with advice from the esteemed Members of Parliament as well as the Cabinet of the Prime Minister, the Armed Forces General Command, with the full authorization of the Cabinet, National Security Advisor and Supreme General, hereby rescinds its manifest of purchase of armaments from France.

To summarize, the Commonwealth of Indonesia WILL NOT be purchasing any military equipment from the French Republic. Although this deal has been rescided, Indonesia may offer a deal to purchase fighter jets in the future.

Sent from and written by,
Subianto, Prabowo
National Security Advisor and Supreme General of the Armed Forces

Read dispatch

News article regarding the upcoming June 2022 Elections


THE INDONESIAN HERALD


June 2022 Elections:
The Election Commission of Indonesia (ECI) has announced the final three candidates for the office of Prime Minister. But there's a major difference: They're all Indonesian.

(Left to right) Joko Widodo (UDFI), Puan Maharani (UCP) and Prabowo Subianto (PPI). These are the final candidates for the office of Prime Minister.

May 26, 2022 - 12:30pm

_____


The Indonesian Herald: Standard Edition

JAKARTA — After almost but not quite a day, the Election Commission of Indonesia (ECI) closed the doors and secured three candidates' chance to win the Prime Ministership. Adi Erdino, the Election Commissioner, announced this morning that three candidates have a secure shot at the prime ministership: Joko Widodo from the United Democratic Front and former Prime Minister, Puan Maharani from the new United Conservative Party and former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Prabowo Subianto from the Progress Party and current National Security Advisor and Supreme General of the Armed Forces.

However, there is a noticeable difference that can be seen here: They're all Indonesian. For the past 22 years that the Commonwealth of Indonesia has been in existence, all of the elections up to now had at least one foreigner who is half-Indonesian. In the 2014 National Elections, Arthur Krauss and Ernst Jansen were candidates. In the 2020 National Elections, the same half-foreigners were there, except this time Jansen won the office. In the May 2022 Snap Elections, Mark Rutte ran in place of Jansen, who had resigned permanently. Following Rutte's victory, Prabowo Subianto, who was a candidate in every single election mentioned here (including the current election), called on Rutte for another snap election, claiming that Rutte had rigged the election and had committed election fraud. PM Rutte responded by agreeing to another election which he did not participate in. So far, the Prime Minister has remained silent and has not released any public statements since Subianto called him out.

Because of Rutte's refusal to join and the merging of the Unity Party and the Conservative Right Coalition, only three candidates remain. Instead of the general public, only the National Parliament will vote on who will win. Currently, the Parliament has been divided equally between the UDFI, the UCP, and the PPI to prevent the UCP candidate from winning just because his party holds a majority. Mark Rutte is expected to leave Indonesia entirely and head to the Netherlands on Election Day. This would mean that the Prime Minister (Rutte) would be outside of the country while the Elections are ongoing. To solve this, the Parliament has voted to make Mary Wilson, Foreign Minister, the Acting Prime Minister until the new one takes office.

Because only 90 votes needs to be counted, the Elections should and hopefully will end within 5 hours of it starting. This, however, depends on the Election Commission, who will be responsible for counting the votes. Whoever the new Prime Minister will be, one thing will be guaranteed: He or she will have a big job ahead of him or her.

This was published Saturday, May 26, 2022 | Indonesia

The Indonesian Herald covers a broad range of stories all over the nation and the world, keeping Indonesia informed.

Templates from Vancouver Straits

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SGRI REACHES OUT TO INDONESIA
Moscow hereby stands with the government and people of Indonesia and has further expanded this approval with providing Indonesia with the opportunity to construct extensive bilateral economic, financial, technological, cultural, and security relations with Indonesia amid the great disrespect demonstrated by both France and Japan. The Kremlin has indicated that it awaits the decision by Indonesia to determine if Jakarta is open to said bilateral relationship that can demonstrate a mutual benefit for both countries and people. The Kremlin hereby supports the Absolute Sovereignty of Indonesia and further hopes that this could be a potential dawn of a new partnership and friendship.

Japanese Government factbook updated! ^>^

“...I love my country, I love my people, I hope I won't disappoint
everyone who made it possible for me to be here
as the leader of this powerful nation...”

Shinjirō Koizumi, Former Prime Minister


T O K Y OG O V E R N M E N T

| 立法府Legislative | | | 戸棚Cabinet | | 選挙Elections | |司法Judiciary |

      — Current Leadership

Yoshihide Suga (LDP)
THE PRIME MINISTER
(Next Election: October 22th 2031)

Shinzō Abe (LDP)
THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER
.


The House of Councillors (参議院, Sangiin) is the upper house of the National Diet of Japan. The House of Representatives is the lower house. The House of Councillors is the successor to the pre-war House of Peers. If the two houses disagree on matters of the budget, treaties, or designation of the prime minister, the House of Representatives can insist on its decision. In other decisions, the House of Representatives can override a vote of the House of Councillors only by a two-thirds majority of members present.

The House of Councillors has 300 members who each serve six-year terms, two years less than those of the House of Representatives. Councillors must be at least 30 years old or less, compared with 25 years old or less in the House of Representatives. The House of Councillors cannot be dissolved, as only half of its membership is elected at each election. Of the 150 members subject to election each time, 80 are elected from the 48 prefectural districts by single non-transferable vote (SNTV) and 70 are elected from a nationwide list by proportional representation (PR) with open lists.


Leadership

Kazuhiko Aoki (Liberal Democratic Party)
THE PRESIDENT

Toshio Ogawa (Constitutional Democratic Party)
THE VICE-PRESIDENT


In-Government

176 LDP

In-Opposition

48 CDP




The House of Representatives (衆議院, Shūgiin) is the lower house of the National Diet of Japan. The House of Councillors is the upper house.

The composition of the House is established by Article 41 of the Constitution of Japan and Article 42 of the Constitution of Japan. The House of Representatives has 300 members, elected for a eight-year term. Of these, 111 members are elected from 11 multi-member constituencies by a party-list system of proportional representation, and 189 are elected from single-member constituencies. 105 seats are required for a majority.

The overall voting system used to elect the House of Representatives is a parallel system, a form of semi-proportional representation. Under a parallel system the allocation of list seats does not take into account the outcome in the single seat constituencies. Therefore, the overall allocation of seats in the House of Representatives is not proportional, to the advantage of larger parties. In contrast, in bodies such as the German Bundestag or the Scottish Parliament the election of single-seat members and party list members is linked, so that the overall result respects proportional representation fully or to some degree.

The House of Representatives is the more powerful of the two houses, able to override vetoes on bills imposed by the House of Councillors with a two-thirds majority. The house is currently led by Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.


Leadership

Haruko Arimura (Liberal Democratic Party)
THE SPEAKER

Hirotaka Akamatsu (Constitutional Democratic Party)
THE VICE-SPEAKER

Yukio Edano (Constitutional Democratic Party)
LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION

In-Government

180 LDP

In-Opposition

44 CDP


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LAST DAY IN KOREA FOR SCHEFFNER

"I want to be That Nation" speech of the 12th June 2022, Seoul, Korea

On the next day, Scheffner was invited to the Korean Parliament for an important speech. The King of Korea and the entire political class, including all deputees would be present in this mass event. The flags of Germany were raised next to Korea for this occasion.

The Korean Parliament building is fairly modern and nothing like those in Europe. This one block with an immense dome but with a mix of traditional architecture fascinated the Chancellor.

She arrived just before 12 and walked the garden path towards the entry of Parliament where she met the President of the Chamber. The press was gathered from all over the world to cover this first stop in a decisive Asian tour.

As she enters the great hall, applause fills the room in way she did not expect. A wave of support filled her with excitement to say her long prepared speech. She reassembles her papers.

    Your Excellency The King,

    Your Excellency, The Prime Minister,Moon Tae-Jin

    Honorable Deputies of Korea

    Honorable People of Korea,

    I can without a doubt that I have met a truly welcoming nation. I will never forget these three days in a country I didn't know in detail until now.

    I met people with aspirations, with dreams, with pride. I also met people who are challenged by today's global threat of instability, of the pandemic that we lived through.

    But I can assure you, I have no doubt Korea is a beacon of light in Asia.

    Now, who am I, a German, to talk about Asian security. I am the European, the one from far away that should perhaps stay far away. And maybe it is true. Maybe it is true that an Asian problem needs an Asian solution. And, as a matter of fact, I do support this. Any security intiative, the IPDC for example, shows that this region of the world knows whats best for itself.

    But then, what are allies for ? I don't know want to be the Nation that just comes with its high horses and tells you what to do.

    I want to be that Nation that will be your Ally.

    I want to be that Nation that will prove to you, that perhaps there is, still, some truth in international relations

    I want to be that Nation without second thoughts and backed dark plans

    I want to be that Nation loved and respected by your People first

    I want to be that Nation that believes in sincerity rather than petty politics and manipulative transactions

    I want to be, what Germany is, a real friend.

    Because international relations are like people. In the Asian family, one must gain respect, must gain trust and credibility, before moving forward. And that is why I am here. To trust me, to trust my Nation, to trust Europe, again. A generation of diplomacy has changed. Unilateralism is a thing of the past. We are now in an age, for the better or worst, of regionalism.

    So it is why I came here. To reinforce our relations with Korea in a way that is unique and sincere. And this Treaty of Friendship will mark the beginning of a new era of Korean-German relations, and one that will be based on true respect and true friendship.

    We will stand with Korea, and we will be sincere with Korea when there are things we won't agree on. Of course, things cannot, and will not be perfect.

    But having this stable basis of relations is the first step for a brighter and more prosperous relation and place of Germany in Asia just as Korea has one of the greatest places as an EU ally.

    Meine Dammen und Herren,

    Thank you for your generosity, for your support; I will never forget Korea.

    STAY STRONG AND LONG LIVE OUR FRIENDSHIP !

Paseo wrote:| IRANIAN EMBASSY |
| The situation in SRGI has rarely prompted the Iranian Embassy to act with some expections during the 1970s or the 1980s Chechen Crisis which resulted in Iran taking the Russian Chechen population into Iran. However, the Ambassador to SRGI since Prime Minister Nassfer took over is Ahllam Zahani. What makes Zahani different to previous ambassadors and to many worldwide of Iranian heritage, is that Zahani belongs to the Iranian Royalty, having been married to one of the cousins of Empress Noor. Zahani and her husband Ahrab have lived in Russia, however, since the deep 1990s with Zahani's daughter being a Professor of Arts and Philosophy at the Moscow University.

A slight change of course appeared over the past few months in relation to Iranian stance on the situation in SRGI in regards to political and social freedoms. Ambassador Zahani sees the opportunity ahead of her. To her the situation with the two artists struck a question of how far Iran can ignore the situation in SRGI and how far she can go as an individual. After consultations with Prime Minister Nassfer, Zahani decided to act on her own accord.

Sitting at her desk, the 54 year old Ambassador would fix her done up hair slightly and fixing her suit jacket down would pick up her phone after ordering to dial the German Embassy in Moscow, both embassies just a few streets away from each other. |

| [ Ambassador Ahllam Zahani ]: "Mr Schewis, I hope I am not interrupting as I am sure you're very busy currently. But, I am calling you to offer my help in the case of Natsya and Eva. I cannot promise anything but I believe that we could work something out."

Bernard had no expected anything. He had expected a dinosaur to eat his lunch but not this. He opens his eyes in shock.

| [ Ambassador Bernard Schweis ]: Well.. uhm... I must say I did not expect this call. How could you help ? The Russians will keep refusing the asylum request they legally made.

SPAIN DEPLOYS RAPID RESPONSE CORPS TO POLAND

MAY 2022

After long discussion with their counterparts in Poland, the Spanish Ministry of Defence has announced that it has secured the right to station the new Rapid Response Corps (consisting of 60,000 combat personnel in a heavily mechanized force) in Poland as a measure against the Russian Empire. Having created the Corps as its own superior contribution to the "NATO Rapid Deployable Corps" of which NATO formerly had 9, it has allowed Spain to upgrade its importance and contributions to the Alliance and as such hopefully forge a new found voice for the Country within the organization. The Defence Ministry argued it was also a financial investment into Poland as Troops would consume local goods at rates comparable to Spain, providing financial input into local communities.

The Corps features the first deployments of the ASCOD Light and Medium Tanks, meant to supplement the Leopard 2E Main Battle Tanks and as such provide sufficient fire support to Troops without endangering the more expensive and important MBTs. ASTER 30-SAMP/Ts (The European anti-missile & anti-aircraft System) are additionally deployed for the first time for Spain within the Corps alongside the Skyguard-Aspide. In total, deploying over 300 Tanks and over a thousand other Armoured Vehicles, the Rapid Response Corps forms the pride of the Spanish Army with its focus on technology over numbers. This gives a great improvement over the Spanish Army of only two decades prior, which still fielded M60 Tanks and halftracks.

Bayern Kahla wrote:LAST DAY IN KOREA FOR SCHEFFNER

"I want to be That Nation" speech of the 12th June 2022, Seoul, Korea

A SPEECH RECIEVED WARMLY AND WITH OPEN ARMS

    | Scheffner's speech had been met with thunderous applause in the Korean Assembly, the most prestigious delegate, King Daeshim, was pictured with a wide smile on his face as he applauded Schenffner. The media and press ran the speech with heaps of praise, even those of a more conservative nature. A leader who recognised that Asia knew what worked for them while offering a strong hand of friendship struck a cord with Koreans, never alone but never stepped on. Moon Jae-in and fellow politicians across the isles praised the senserity of the speech and the jesture of friendship, and that distance between nations should not affect well-meaning friendship. |

    | The speech struck a strong accord with Justice Party leader, Sim Sang-Jung, who has often echoed similar sentiments on campaign trails. In a few media appearances following the speech she could be seen wearing a small German flag pin along with a Korean one that symbolised the growing friendship between the two nations. In answering a question on whether diplomacy had become too harsh internationally she responded with the following; "What was said in the Assembly by Scheffner opitismises how diplomacy should be conducted, with open arms and mutual trust. Allowing each other and regions to resolve their problems, but be willing to assist and make suggestions when needed." |

Philanialle and Metropolitan Francais

FORMAL GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO THE JAPANESE AND FRENCH RESPONSE TO THE FLUX OF GOVERNMENT IN INDONESIA

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The Commonwealth of Indonesia
Wednesday, May 30, 2022

CONCERNING: Philanialle aka Japan and Metropolitan Francais aka France

The government of Indonesia fully understands the concerns of France and Japan. As the government of Indonesia is currently in a state of flux due to the rapid changes of Prime Minister, we completely understand the fact that nations may not be willing to converse with our government at this time. We would like to, however, make clear numerous statements that France and Japan made earlier today.

Firstly, in regards to FRANCE, the Indonesian Armed Forces only pulled out of the armament purchase deal for the SOLE REASON OF a recent review in which it was found that Indonesia's current armaments were found to be sufficient. Indonesia was not in any way pulling out because another nation offered us cheaper prices or anything like that.

Secondly, in regards to JAPAN, Indonesia was NOT IN ANY WAY attempting to threaten Japan at all. We were only merely observing the freedoms given to the natives of North Borneo. Indonesia is not interested in territorial expansion as it would cost a lot of money, would waste precious manpower, and would lead to the deaths of many innocent lives. We fully understand France and Japan's refusal to converse with our government, and we will honor that until they deem us fit to deal with once more.

Sent from and written by,
Wilson, Mary W.
Minister of Foreign Affairs

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Alzarikstan wrote:SGRI REACHES OUT TO INDONESIA
Moscow hereby stands with the government and people of Indonesia and has further expanded this approval with providing Indonesia with the opportunity to construct extensive bilateral economic, financial, technological, cultural, and security relations with Indonesia amid the great disrespect demonstrated by both France and Japan. The Kremlin has indicated that it awaits the decision by Indonesia to determine if Jakarta is open to said bilateral relationship that can demonstrate a mutual benefit for both countries and people. The Kremlin hereby supports the Absolute Sovereignty of Indonesia and further hopes that this could be a potential dawn of a new partnership and friendship.

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, INDONESIA

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will consider this offer. We will, at the moment, neither accept nor decline this.

Alzarikstan

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia

Indonesia's response to the SGRI will not be finalized until the new Prime Minister is inaugurated into office on June 1, 2022 (Later today IRL).

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