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The '''Dominion of Kapreburg''' was a [[Baustralian Empire|Baustralian dominion]] founded on 2 April 2019. It was for a slight moment, the successor to the [[Republic of Kapreburg]] and was given to Baustralia by its faulty president, [[Aidan McGrath]]. His predecessor, [[Jack Morris]], had already founded a state which planned to take back control of the land.
 
The '''Dominion of Kapreburg''' was a [[Baustralian Empire|Baustralian dominion]] founded on 2 April 2019. It was for a slight moment, the successor to the [[Republic of Kapreburg]] and was given to Baustralia by its faulty president, [[Aidan McGrath]]. His predecessor, [[Jack Morris]], had already founded a state which planned to take back control of the land.
  
 
It was the central cause of the [[2019 Kapresh constitutional crisis]].
 
It was the central cause of the [[2019 Kapresh constitutional crisis]].

Revision as of 02:54, 6 April 2019

Dominion of Kapreburg
Flag of Dominion of Kapreburg
Flag of Baustralia.svg
Top: Dominion flag
Bottom: Official flag
{{{coat_alt}}}
Coat of arms
Anthem: "Off We Go"
Leaders
• King
John I
Establishment
• Monarchization
2 April 2019
• Dissolution
5 April 2019
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Occupied Kapreburg
Republic of Kapreburg

The Dominion of Kapreburg was a Baustralian dominion founded on 2 April 2019. It was for a slight moment, the successor to the Republic of Kapreburg and was given to Baustralia by its faulty president, Aidan McGrath. His predecessor, Jack Morris, had already founded a state which planned to take back control of the land.

It was the central cause of the 2019 Kapresh constitutional crisis.