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Fresh-faced World Census agents infiltrated schools with varying degrees of success in order to determine which nations had the most widespread, well-funded, and advanced public education programs.
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|1.||The People's Autonomous Communes of Leskya||Left-wing Utopia||“I hear a keen call of your roads, O Desert!”|
|2.||The People's Republic of Aressna||Democratic Socialists||“Proletari de zheke strani, osebe zhete!”|
|3.||The Artherianisches Reich of The United Artherian Federation||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Nur die Harten kommen in den garden”|
|4.||The Tenth Republic of Hiram Land||New York Times Democracy||“Unidas et Hyrama”|
|5.||The Republic of South Africa of 5years||New York Times Democracy||“One People One Destiny”|
|6.||The Republic of Medoynia||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Liberté, égalité, fraternité”|
|7.||The Kievan Russ Republic of Valkiir||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“We are Many, we are one”|
|8.||The Yellow Kingdom of Nation of Hanguk||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“홍긱인간”|
|9.||The Republic of Nanako Island||New York Times Democracy||“Peace, Wisdom, Respect”|
|10.||The Free Land of Mythies||Democratic Socialists||“Ná tabhair suas, fiú mura bhfuil gach rud ar do thaobh”|
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RCKN NEWS NATIONAL BULLETIN - Tuesday, 23rd of February 2021
Silesian Metropolitan Area lockdown lifted, some restrictions still in place
Silesia, Katowice, Satomolk Provinces, Aressna
SKZC has lifted the lockdown for the Silesian Metropolitan Area, after three days of recording no new local cases or deaths in the Silesia area. School and work will return onsite, and no restrictions will be placed on the reasons to leave home. The mask mandate for Katowice, Kielce, Łódź and Olomouc remains, as well as 5-person indoor gathering limit.
During the course of the lockdown, Satomolk was rocked by a terrorist attack against the Bozvop Building, which interred multiple injuries. Authorities continue the investigation, and have released a list of potential suspects on their website, including some foreign nationals.
It is expected the Premier will address a plenary session of the People's Congress and State Council in the coming days. She will address the conflicts in Russia and Leskya, agreements with Boursailles regarding the Helsingstrait, and the successes of the Special Health Commission.
Aressna has recorded three violent terrorist attacks this year, including two bombings, and a stabbing incident.
NEW CASES (SILESIA): 0
NEW CASES (NATIONAL): 1532
NEW DEATHS (SILESIA): 0
NEW DEATHS (NATIONAL): 9
TOTAL VACCINATED (SILESIA): 144,444
TOTAL VACCINATED (NATIONAL): 5,887,628
제국 언론사 • Royal Corean Press Agency
Sudindyan expats in Corea protests as military coup takes over in their homeland
Seoul Bureau, RCPA | 2021년 2월 23일
- SEOUL - The staff of the Embassy of the Sudindyan embassy in Seoul as well as the Sudindyan Expatriates Union of Corea has rallied in front of the main building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Seoul to rally support from the Corean government to liberate Sudindya from the military government instituted thereafter a coup a few days ago. Other Sudindyan nationals, including its Ambassador to Corea have been also reported also sought asylum by applying at the nearest county and district offices.
"Our country has been overrun by some xenophobic, unapologetic, and sexist old male generals," said Ranjit Singh, the Deputy Secretary-General of the SEUC. "As the chief steward of freedom in Asia, I call on the Kingdom of Corea to fulfill its duties and respond immediately to the coup." They have also called upon the UFN Secretary-General Yu-na Jeong to respond to the crisis and pressure the
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs shared its support of the cause of the protestors. Sanctions are now targeted to all connected businesses with the military regime according to the Ministry of Trade and Commerce. Foreign Minister Kim Chae-young has earlier filed a bill that will allow the Government to receive 'emergency powers' to act on the coup. However, it has yet to face its second reading in the plenary nor has it been clear on what emergency powers are the State Council requesting.
Meanwhile, many Coreans went to social media to support the Sudindyan activists and actively trolled the official Pekker accounts of the Sudindyan government in protest of the military dictatorship. #FreeSudindya topped the Pekker trends in Corea in the last three days.
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T O S H A R T A
the voice of change
- | 2021, oyarduegaar sar 23, angaragh
| 2021, 23rd of february, tuesday
| 2148, rabun 17 lo 35, lkmgl, masha 21, mekma
POLITICAL PARTIES POST-BURAN: WHAT WAS AND WHAT IS
by Klaan Tanda Negihoor
- If you have been following our series of reports on the outside world, the traumatic state that the globe is going through right now is no news for you. As such, you’d expect the wave of revolts to engulf Eyainevnivora as well, and you wouldn’t be alone in that — from the Queen attending meetings with individual Khanas and Noygaas to the new standardised military rumoured to be in the works, the state is preparing to combat the instability that may come from the outside. However, for the common folk, that point hasn’t come home for a long, long time.
Since the beginning of her isolation in 2014, Eyainevnivora evaded all the crises the world had found itself in, including the most recent outbreak of COVID-19. While the fact alone is beneficial, it made the country fragile and defenceless in the face of such threats, which makes for a precarious situation. Easily swallowed up without a proper guidance, Eya is predisposed to unite around an ambitious figure which would chart its way through these turbulent times. If anything, the conclusion of Buran proves that notion, the office of the Queen being restored to power quicker than the Harmony Council was put into place. But what comes with that, and what was easily overlooked by claimants to rule, are the expectations of Eya and just how polarised they may be.
The political landscape of Eyainevnivora shifted dramatically in the last couple of months. First established during the Joint Rule, a period of foreign intervention following the Republican Invasion, the institution of parties has grown to encompass quite a lot of political traditions and opinions within Eyainevnivora proper. The notion of a multiparty system remains relevant to this day, though still without a formal parliament that most of the Nations of the West have, and now includes not only the parties of the urban centres, but also those of the rural areas, as demonstrated by the GREEN PARASOL, prominent in East Mark, the region most affected by naushta. The parties, which were commonly styled and constructed after their Western analogues, are beginning to act on their own, forging their identity and their ideology with the Queendom in mind. That’s why we’re seeing revitalisation of ancient concepts across multiple parties, such as the case of the FOUR TRUTHS, which advocates for universal equality and a different system of powers, or the BAHUTPURANI, the name of which references the Katorpurani, and which, conversely, represents the growing desire for federalisation of the Queendom. However, some Western concepts are being reintroduced, such as the relationship between the religion and the state, which clashes with more traditional view of the field, including the political extremes. The EVERCHANGING WHEEL represents a vocal minority that demands the enforcement of religious worship, as was common for past Queens, and the party of PEACEFUL ADVOCACY for LOCALISED and OMNIFARIOUS MEDIATION, or PALOM, is known to call for, among other things, "state-adopted atheism and societally-approved secularism".
Nevertheless, the internal composition of Eyainevnivora depends on the first steps that the burgeoning generation of our monarchy is taking. And as the dawn of a new era begins, so too begins a new cycle in the life of the Eternal Flame.
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LIBERAL PARTY LEAVES GOVERNING COALITION, CONFIDENCE VOTE SET TO TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY
Liberal Party leader Larry Tonosam announced on Tuesday that the Liberal Caucus in the Illyrian Parliament will stop being a member of the governing coalition, which leaves the government with only 33 seats, well short of the required 51 votes to survive a vote-of-no-confidence. Larry Tonosam stated that the reason the Liberal Party was leaving the coalition was because he was unhappy with the way Anne Hesla was handling the 2021 Illyrian Crisis, and said that her administration was focusing too much on republicanism and not enough on achieving unity in an already deeply divided country.
Anne Hesla replied to the leaving of the Liberal Party from the government by stating that she was deeply disappointed in Tonosam's decision, stating that a snap election would be detrimental to a country facing deep divisions. Han Coro of the Green Initiative stated that all 7 members of his party will be voting against the motion-of-no-confidence, and is urging other opposition parties to do the same. Hesla is busy trying to secure support from the Christian Democratic Party and Left Alliance, though even if those 4 parties voted against the motion it would still pass 55-45.
MBS (Montquébec Broadcasting Service)
Thursday, 25 February 2021
Parliament passes bill to outlaw conversion therapy, goes to King for royal assent
OTTAWA -- Delivering on the Trudeau government's campaign promise during the 2019 general election, the House of Commons passed a bill today that outlaws the practice of conversion therapy throughout the kingdom, slated to take effect June 2021. Conversion therapy, which many Montquebecois have slammed as homophobic and detrimental to the mental health of the kingdom's LGBTQ+ community, has been a hot topic of discussion in Montquébec for the last decade. Former Prime Minister Martin Harper, who served from 2011 to his government's defeat in 2019, pledged to end conversion therapy during the 2015 general election campaign but failed to deliver on that promise. The bill today had wide support from all parties in the House.
During parliamentary debate on the bill, a group of Labour MPs who identified as members of the LGBTQ+ community gave tearful remarks about their own experiences with conversion therapy and urged their colleagues to advance the bill. No MP spoke in direct opposition to the bill but several Conservative MPs expressed concern over the bill's provisions, with Leader of the Opposition Paul Yves Bernard (MP for Caribou—Presque Isle) saying that "the timeframe for implementation is too hasty." Despite this, most members of the Conservative Party voted to approve the bill with the final tally among all MPs coming out to 345-4-1 in favor.
The Speaker of the House of Commons transmitted the bill after its passage to King Olivier for royal assent. After the bill is given royal assent, it will become law and go into effect June 2021. Prime Minister Léo Trudeau spoke outside Rideau Hall today to journalists, calling it a "positive step in the direction of the kingdom to be more inclusive of the unique experiences of all Montquebecois."
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Montquébec's ban on conversion therapy reinvigorates push for a similar ban in D.C.
ALEXANDRIA D.C. -- Throughout the cities of Montquebec, hundreds if not thousands took to the streets to celebrate a groundbreaking win for the country's LGBTQ+ community as the kingdom's Parliament approved a bill to outlaw conversion therapy by June 2021. The mood in London's Trafalgar Square, the city's main cultural center, thousands gathered with live music, dancing, and pride flags being waved.
While news in Montquébec typically does not spill over into the states, the mood in Montquébec was not lost on the millions of Calicambrians in the United States who have been calling for similar conversion therapy bans at the state level and also at the federal level. Currently, 24 states have bans on conversion therapy along with the District Commonwealth. Activists are pushing for bans in the remaining 26 states with bills in several state legislatures.
Despite the push at the state level, the move in Montquébec has emboldened activists to push for a ban at the federal level. With a Democratic trifecta of the presidency, Senate, and House of Representatives, one could assume that it would not be hard to push one through. However, the slim majorities that Democrats hold in Congress and a number of Blue Dog Democrats is likely to dampen those efforts. With a 50-50 majority in the Senate with Vice President Joey Newton's tiebreaking vote, Senate Majority Leader Debbie Durbin will have to navigate the Democrats' competing progressive and moderate blocs. In the House, Speaker Catherine Pelosi has been a strong proponent of the LGBTQ+ community considering her San Francisco district's culture, but with her decades in Congress it is unlikely she will move a bill to the floor unless she had the votes to pass it.
President Diego Pietro Gonzalez issued a statement commending the conversion therapy ban in Montquébec when news broke and did say during his presidential campaign during the primaries that he supports a federal ban on conversion therapy. As U.S. Senator from Pomona, Gonzalez voted for multiple bills to increase protections for different groups and during his term as Mayor of Los Angeles, pushed a Pomona state ban on conversion therapy.
For now, activists are starting their push for a federal ban but many are aware of the dim prospects of the effort.
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Der Löwe: ELECTION DAY | 26 February 2021 | MIDNIGHT EDITION
RESULTS SHOW FREIHEITLICHE PARTEI ARTHERIANISCHES TO RETAIN VAST MAJORITY IN BUNDESTAG
TYROL LANDTAG UPSET: LOCAL COMMUNIST PARTY WINS MAJORITY
BAVARIAN LANDTAG UPSET: CARRER POLITICIAN VON WITTELSBACH UNSEATED BY FRESH FPA CANDIATE
LONGTIME ST. PETERSBURG FPA MdB UNSEATED BY COMMUNIST PARTY CANDIDATE
LONGTIME OSLO AfA MdB WINS ELECTION, BECOMES LONGEST SERVING MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DIET
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History at a glance
During numerous wars up until WWI Sweden and Finland went on a joint crash build of its army and navy fearing it would be forced into the wars of the continental powers. Mercenaries and independent regiments fought in the wars on various sides. While its diplomats played a dangerous game keeping its "unofficial" actions from triggering conflicts with its neighbors.
Its military expeditions were costly but brought wealth and experience to the nation and began to form a core of a modern, professional military around the returning veterans who often became key members of the regular army and political movements.
In the midst of the Russian revolution, individuals from Sweden and Finland sided with White Russians. This led to open conflict with the Bolsheviks and other parties in the revolution, and open war as the white Russian forces retreated with their dependants into areas held by "Independent regiments" from Finland. It forced Sweden and Finland to dedicate regular forces, and ally with several groups to keep Soviet Red army at bay to some extent. Allowing it to hold onto a portion of the mainland holdings of Belarus and Ukraine.
the military alliance turned into a commonwealth .....after Russia invaded Poland( the first time in 1920), Sweden and Finland ( the Swedish commonwealth) pushed back and Seized Territory while red army was off balance. retribution was swift in coming the Swedish and Finnish Forces bolstered by Soldiers and volunteers from Belarus, and the Ukraine, the army held on. Leading to a bloody struggle for several years leading to a heavily armed stalemate with the USSR
The Swedish Commonwealth Allied itself with Germany to keep Soviets from retaliating further. Then Sweden Finland and Its continental allies struck at the USSR alongside German forces to drive The red army off its borders and secure its frontier by force.
Towards the middle and end of WWII when the alliance was strained and then broke, The Swedish Commonwealth ended up in a three way war against nazis, and Soviets and Allies...it lost badly...
After WWII since it sided with Germany lost its mainland holdings ....till Soviet Union went belly up and it reunified. incorporating territories on its borders and poorer Adriatic and eastern European nations.
TUU CENTER: Four Stripes Network
- 26.03.21 | UFN Break: What Went Wrong? | 10 Amazing Photos from the Fourparty | Understanding the Framework of our Nations
For the last half a century, Tuuwena was a beacon of stability all across Africa. All the disputes that came forth, all the strife that washed across our borders, all the wars that could have been — we stood above all, our peace solidified by our achievements. But even the greatest monoliths show cracks, and our Nations, withered by time, are beginning to feel outdated.
The desire for renewal is the cornerstone upon which the contemporary DCsdiputado de la corte find their aspirations to be based. From the need to revitalise the Nations’ foreign affairs, to affixing civil rights in the Accords, to the UFN membership campaign, everything seems to have the Republic shaken to its core, the results of which can be seen today. We presents our firsthand timeline of the events that led up to what happened today. It will be updated as more things come.
25th of February,
- 13:03/50 | — The Cortes Nacionalmente, having been in session from 7 o’clock central, finishes voting on verifying the proceedings of lakas in the Nation of Kongo and takes on the bill pro tempore "For the Safeguarding of Civil Rights to be Affixed as a Republican Accord", code 882AA, submitted on 7th of February, 2021. Outside, a group of people with pro-Integration banners can be seen. These people would later form the core of the Fourparty protestors.
14:20/34 | — First round of voting ends in a tie. One of DCs for the Nation of Kongo remarks that "the question before us requires consideration, not a simple vote" and submits a proposal for a vote on deliberation. Republican commissioner protests, but his protest is overturned. A vote held on the requirement of deliberation prior to the second round of voting ends in deliberation being deemed required. The republican commissioner starts to organise deliberation according to the Republican Law, which means that a multi-step discussion is being set into place, first within each Corte and then in the Cortes.
15:10/45 | — Corte deliberation begins, all while the crowd in front of the Hall of Unity, the seat of the Cortes Nacionalmente, disperses after the news of deliberation reach it, to convene an hour later.
- While Corte deliberation proceeds, Nations of Corte A formulate a new clause for the bill pro tempore that includes the infamous wording "international, UFN-mandated standards". This is proven to be one of the reasons Emeritus Minister-President decided to suspend the Cortes, as he suspected foreign interference to have "forged the identity of standards from within the Nations of Tuuwena" (Mr. Mmenga deliberates on that in his interview, which is available on our app).
16:02/20 | — Corte deliberation comes to a close. Minister-President, who will arrive to the Cortes upon suspending it some 4 hours later, meets with Gran Oidor. They discuss the possibility of getting Hispanidia involved in the face of a possible approval of the bill. Gran Oidor would later say "I was surprised to see such a violent reaction from His Excellency, as our prior discussion was quite peaceful".
16:40/45 | — After the republican commissioner collects the drafts from the Corte, the Cortes deliberation begins with all of the drafts announced and openly discussed. The crowd of pro-Integrationals assembles in front of the Hall after a break, and it’s a bit smaller.
- Rather surprisingly, when Corte A drafts are announced, no one calls out their wording, leading many to believe, today, that Minister-President’s explanation of his actions was misguided. Read the analysis from our political expert for more information on the discourse.
16:50/59 | — As Corte D finishes its announcement, drafts are analysed. The most heated topic finds itself to be the "right for sexuality", originating from Corte B’s draft, which established equality for people of different sexual orientations. Conversely, this goes against some of the Nations DCs’ beliefs.
17:30/50 | — The deliberation goes on. Laraa Gon, one of DCs for the Nation of Bacha, proclaims aforementioned right to be "indisputable" for the civilised countries, of which Tuuwena finds itself to be a member, "even if our UFN membership is too much to ask from the lot of you". Prompted by that, the discussion devolves into an argument. The famous photo of Laraa, her clenched fist raised into the air as she sits by her stand, is taken and posted on Pekker.
18:20/50 | — The republican commissioner submits a proposal for a break, which is voted in. The DCs disperse to the inner spaces of the Hall of Unity. Some contact the crowd outside, most notably the DCs of Kongo.
19:20/45 | — After the break, the Cortes proceeds with surprising swiftness. The "right for sexuality" is accepted, not without a special clause that elaborates on the time which is given to Nations to get up to date with it. Aside from it, the bill pro tempore is successfully deliberated. The ensuing second round of voting scores a majority for the bill, and it is verified. The republican commissioner scans the bill and sends it out to governmental institutions, including the Presidential Office.
20:40/55 | — Having read the accepted bill, Mr. Mmenga declares it unlawful and suspends the Cortes Nacionalmente for treason against the state. The announcement reaches the DCs as they are about to leave the Hall of Unity. The Cortes falls silent, which can be registered on the video recordings of the hall that have been circulating on the net, and then erupts. The crowd outside is starting to get bigger, as adjacent neighbourhoods take to the streets to assemble their respective lakas, only to join the growing lot of pro-Integrationals. In a short span of time, Minister-President’s continuous denial fans the public opposition, and Kinshasa starts assembling lakas en masse. 129 donoos are registered by the Secretariat for Internal Affairs on that day.
21:10/51 | — As DCs, encouraged by the now-ginormous crowd of people protesting the decision, return to the Hall, an extraordinary session of the Cortes Nacionalmente is proclaimed, in spite of the suspension. Minister-President, surprised by this, decides to come personally. When he arrives to the Hall, the Hall of Discord officially begins.
- Quite a lot of heavy words were thrown from both sides, including "the good-for-nothing aid from Calicambria’s lapdog" from Mr. Mmenga, directed at the UFN, "deranged nutjobs" from Mrs. Gon, evidently addressing the behaviour of Minister-President and the republican commissioner, who took his side in the argument, and even "kalta najeto maklantigara paleo", a rare saying from the Northern Nations, the translation of which is included in the unabridged version of this article on our app. The recording of the Cortes dispute rose to both Tuuwenese and International YouTube Trending Page within a matter of hours.
22:10/30 | — After Gran Oidor, first through the media outlets and then in person, called Minister-President out for being delusional, the Cortes Nacionalmente musters the strength to organise itself yet again. The vote of no-confidence is proposed almost unanimously, but the republican commissioner refuses to register it, citing "the law". After the dusts from that statement settles down, Ganeela Dena, one of the DCs for the Nation of Lunda, asks "which law prohibits the expression of distrusts to an underperforming state official", a question that the commissioner leaves unanswered. Outside the Hall, the police, dispatched to disperse the crowd, stays inactive, with some policemen joining the protestors.
- When the news of large crowds of protestors in the capital reach the arguing Cortes, the Nations start massively proclaiming their support for them and for the bill, reminiscent of the Cortes Solidarity during the Revolution of Nations, when the legislature refused to obey the orders of the then-President and instead deposed the legitimate government in favour of the provisionals.
22:45/55 | — After the republican commissioner is relieved of duty by a majority vote, the Cortes Nacionalmente, mustering its strength once again, declares Minister-President to be unfit for duty and passes a vote of no-expectation, which is a legal mechanism to downgrade an acting President to the role of a deputy until the next elections. The Nations of Tuuwena enter a null-presidency, as that period is commonly called.
23:23/54 | — The Deputy Minister-President leaves the Hall of Unity, and so do DCs. The Gran Oidor attempts to contact him when he leaves, but he dismisses him, seeming furious. When the Cortes exit the building, the crowd, which filled not only the square in front of the Hall, but also most adjacent streets, erupts in applause. The day ends, and the protestors, now beginning to disperse, vow to assemble the next day.
26th of February,
- 03:20/25 | — Explosions can be heard in downtown Kinshasa, as the protestors that haven’t dispersed battle the loyal policemen. Sirens can be heard until 5 o’clock central, when the opposition starts to die down. During this time, the Gran Oidor attempts to contact the Minister-President once again, and they have a brief discussion, which ends uneventfully. Again, Mr. Ptanki later expresses shock by the resignation of Mr. Mmenga, for their dialogue early into the morning wouldn’t allude to any of it.
08:21/22 | — The Minister-President officially announces his resignation, for the first time since the Revolution making the Head of State take over as the Head of Government. The Gran Oidor is still asleep, and so for 4 hours the Nations of Tuuwena exist with an inactive Governmental Cabinet.
10:34/59 | — The protestors begin to assemble anew, though most have already started to take over the streets after the Minister-President announced his resignation. Barricades are constructed in Kinshasa and several big cities, as protests begin in them as well, though the constructions end up not being raided by the advancing police units. Social media, enriched by the photos of nocturnal protests, creates the hashtag "PoliceYourself", associated with the pending military and police reforms.
12:50/53 | — After the Gran Oidor wakes up and is informed of the recent happenings, he officially assumes the position of the Viceroy of Santa Possida and Nuevo Tarraconia, which he is nominally, as the Gran Oidor. He sends an official petition to the Cortes Nacionalmente to verify the act.
13:10/17 | — The Cortes begin assembling, to assemble completely only two hours later. Meanwhile, foreign missions in most countries, including those of Hispanidia, namely in Castellena Iberia, assure the governments that the crisis is averted.
13:30/36 | — The last clashes of protestors and the police die down, as the police are given orders to simply contain the crowd, not redirect or otherwise interact with it. Protestors overtake most streets in a matter of minutes after that — until later in the evening, traffic stops completely in Kinshasa, San Maneiro and other major cities.
15:19/30 | — The assembled Cortes Nacionalmente verifies the provisional head of government, the Viceroy. The Hispanidiad Commonwealth is notified of the change immediately after the decision goes into effect. Tuuwenese Governmental Cabien becomes active again.
16:00 - ... | — The Cortes Nacionalmente begins the session that would organise the state of emergency for Tuuwena and hold the legislative proceedings in the nation with the provisional Head of Government. The bill pro tempore is verified once again, approved by Viceroy-Oidor. The case for the Emeritus Minister-President is opened.
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