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Latest revision as of 02:12, 11 November 2019

Motto: Pour le peuple, pour ses république!
(French: For the people, for their republic!)
Republic of Quebec (orthographic projection).svg
MapofallQuebec.svg

Capital Citadelle
Largest city Gabriel Richard
Official languages English
Recognised national languages French, Russian
Recognised regional languages Baustralian
Ethnic groups
(2019)
97% White
3% Black
Religion
Catholicism
Demonym(s) Québécois
Membership
Government Unitary one-party socialist presidential republic
• President
Aidan McGrath
Leon Montan
William Willson
Legislature Supreme Council
Worker's Council
Justice Council
Establishment
• Independence from Second Kingdom of Quebec
11 July 2019
Area
• Total
2,072 km2 (800 sq mi)
Population
• Estimate
Citizens: 51
GDP (nominal) 2019 estimate
• Total
$15 RQD
• Per capita
$0.24 RQD
Currency Québécois Dollar (RQD)
Time zone EST
Date format dd/mm/yy
yyyy-mm-dd (AD)
Driving side right
Patron saint St. Denis
RIS 002 code RQ
Internet TLD .quebec (de jure)
.ml (de facto)

Quebec, officially the People's Federation of Quebec (PFQ), is a self-proclaimed landlocked Unitary socialist federation which is a sovereign state or micronation, located in the the U.S state of Michigan and the region of Quebec. The country is a one-party state, governed by the Communist Party with Citadelle as its capital in its largest Republic, the Quebecois Federative Socialist Republic, the Federation also has the special administrative regions of Feuille and Pincrête.

The People's Federation was formed after the dissolution of the Second Kingdom of Quebec, after the President, Aidan McGrath, began to take interest in Socialism and Communism.

Etymology

The word Québec comes from the Canadian city with the same name, the definition of Quebec is an Algonquin word which means "where the river narrows", referring to the Canadian city where the Saint Lawrence River narrows to a cliff-lined gap.[1]

History

The first and current President, Aidan McGrath fully created the Federation's laws, principals and flag. Since 11 July 2019, the Federation has not entered into a diplomatic issue with any other micronation.'

Creation of the Supreme Council

During its formation, many debated whether the government should be controlled centrally, by the President, or by a small group who cannot overrule the President, with a bicameral government. The upper house, the Worker's Council, consists of the speaker, and all upper class in Quebec. The lower house, Peasants Council, consists of the lower class and a speaker. Sometimes, the President or Prime Minister will join as Member of the Supreme Council for the Peasants Council, however both councils have no power and cannot overrule the President.

Conflicts

The Federation has had very few altercations with other micronations, however the recurring problem in foreign relations with Quebec is the Kingdom of Baustralia. Baustralia has been disliked for awhile, ever since the Fox Islands dispute, to the 2019 Kapresh constitutional crisis, Quebec and Baustralia would be grabbing at each others necks. The peak grew at the point of the 2019 Quebecois coup d'état attempt, that is when the popular phrase, "Down with the fish" began. Now the phrase is seen as more of a joke, then a statement.

Culture

A photo taken around the 70s of the the band "Paul McCartney and the Wings", outside of the Uniroyal Giant Tire. Now a Quebec attraction.

The main culture derives from the US State of Michigan, and the country of Canada. Religions practiced and recognized by the government are Roman catholicism. Internet culture is also very common in Quebec, such as with memes. Demographically and ethnically, Quebec considers itself to be very diverse due to its roots coming from all around the world.

Music

Music is the most frequent form of Quebec culture. Rock and roll music, and Rap music are perhaps one of the most influential aspect of Québécois culture. Three of the most listened artists are XXXTentacion, the classic rock band, Queen, and the British folk-band, the Beatles.

Architecture

Architecture in Quebec is very classical and mostly are Gothic Revival style or Art Deco, with the exception of a few modern buildings.

One of the Most famous structures built is the Uniroyal Giant Tire. The tire was designed by the same company that made the iconic, "Empire State Building", Shreve, Lamb & Harmon. The tire first debuted at the 1964 New York World's Fair as the US Royal Giant Tire Ferris Wheel. The wheel carried over two million people, including prominent passengers such as Jacqueline Kennedy, Telly Savalas, and the Shah of Iran. After the fair it was relocated to Michigan on the side of I-94 and now currently sits in claimed Québécois territory.

Art

The most frequent form of Quebec culture. Rock and roll music, and Rap music are perhaps one of the most influential aspect of Québécois culture. Two most listened to artist are XXXTentacion and the classic rock band, Queen also, popular is the Beatles

Entertainment

In Quebec, entertainment is very limited, most is state regulated and or approved by the state. Many in Quebec like to play video games, especially retro consoles. Original Gameboy, N64 and the Playstation 2 have been approved by the government as legal to use. DOS and Emulator games are also allowed. The Federation also host the annual Micronational Tetris Championship using only Gameboy.

Rights

In recent years, the Federation has set up and created new rights to surpass the old controversial laws against the LGBT. On 1 May 2019, a bill was passed to make gay marriage legal. In response to the bill, the government created a special five dollar heart shaped coin with a LGBT graphic on the reverse, which was later revoked and the template coins were destroyed.

Transportation

American actor, David Caruso is seen signing autographing in 1989, in a mall that is now located in Quebec

In Quebec, transportation between areas is key. The Federation has adapted their own MUTCD inspired road signs and has even created and installed national highways. Quebec is also has a Railway system being used from already existing tracks on parts of the Detroit.

Business

The People's Federation of Quebec has many government ran companies and store brands that are exclusive to the country only. These include, Xtreme, or Xtreme Skateboarding co., Los Bay Petros company, Atoyot and holdings company Dumais-Couleuvres McGrath. The Federation also runs the Intermicronational news company, the Quebecois Broadcasting Company which is also the oldest news company in Quebec.

Languages and dialects

In Quebec, there a multiple languages including, English, French, and in some cases, Baustralian. What makes Quebec's english different from most of the world is that they use symbols and letters from what is now known as Old English. These symbols include, the Interrobang and the Inverted question and exclamation marks.

National holidays

National holidays practiced by the Federation and are significant to the countries history, and culture.

Holiday Date Meaning
Relaxation day April 2 A day to have fun and relax
Chernobyl Memorial day April 26 A day dedicated of national mourning for the heroism and labor of the workers and liquidators
Victory day May 9 Celebrate the Allies win over Axis powers
National Poppy day May 24 Sacrifice worn by Québécois since War on Terror to honor those who served and died
Resistance day November 30 A day to Protest against any problems or issues that the nation is in

Government and politics

The government is an unitary socialist federation with a bicameral government. The upper house, the Worker's Council consists of government members. The lower house, Peasant's Council consists of unknown members.

Quebec has a bicameral system, which is were the main houses, Workers and Peasants meet into one centralized room, this is sometimes referred to as the Central government. Sometimes, the President and Prime Minister will join as Member of Parliament for Citadelle.

Quebec's semi-federal structure divides government responsibilities between the federal government and the 3 provinces. The provinces elect leaders to become a Councilmen/women and join the Peasant's Council to represent the province. Territories however, do not have the right to hold any legal representation and are usually managed by the Central government.

Quebec's unitary system puts everything under an centralized governing rule.

The current leaders are, the President who has absolute power, Aidan McGrath, the Vice-President Leon Montan and finally, the Prime Minister William Wilson. Everyone except for the President has no power. The President can overrule anybody in the government, since the President has absolute power.

State corruption

The PFQ has been know for having rigged elections and illegal foreign support from other micronations, like in the case of Hankery Jenkinson. The Quebecois government officials are also known to pay off there 'debt' with French francs coins to the State. The country has also been compared as a Mafia state.

List of political parties

There is only one party in Quebec, due to it being a one-party state. The State Affairs Commission of the United People's Republic of Quebec is elected by the Communist Party.

Party Ideology Spectrum Leader Foundation SC seats Logo
Communist Party CPQ Socialism
Communism
Left Aidan McGrath 7 October 2018
7 / 11
Sickle and hammer of the Communist Party of Quebec.svg

Law

The Constitution of Quebec is the supreme law of the country, and consists of written text and unwritten conventions and deals.

Foreign relations

The United People's Federation of Quebec recognizes these sovereign states, and their colonies.

Memberships

In late May 2019, Quebec was making its final decision to complete Quebexit. Quebexit was the plan to leave all organisations with members apart of the 2019 Quebecois coup d'état attempt, except the Grand Unified Micronational. After re-establishing the Kingdom once more, the now President had decided to finish Quebexit and leave most organisations. Quebexit is still an active ongoing process.

In early June 2019, many Quebecois wanted to rejoin the Joint International Space Administration, or otherwise known as JISA. Quebec left the Administration during the period of its first Kingdom, the departure was because of "Lack of motion", said Aidan McGrath, in a diplomatic call with the sovereign of Ikonia, Cameron I. Some attempted to push to re-join the Administration[citation needed], which let him to release the statement of, "Did you all really think with a cheap drone, we could fly it high enough to see the curvature of the Earth?".

On 28 June 2019, Quebec was represented at the 2019 GUM Birmingham Summit, in Birmingham (UK) by Sir Jamie, United Kingdom Ambassador for Quebec. On behalf of Quebec, Lord Jamie of Essexia signed the Edgbaston Convention.

Federal Subjects

The federation is divided into three types of administration:

  • Region: governed by an administrator appointed by the Chairman of the State Affairs Commission. It has autonomy in the the sectors of economy, agriculture, resources, and justice. Indeed, each administrator can, by decree, enrich a local codex.
  • Republic: governed by an administrator elected by the local population. Initial administrator is appointed by the Chairman. Term of office is six months with no limitation of tenure. It has autonomy in all sectors. Each administrator may, by decree, enrich a local codex. Recognition of a local identity.
  • Frontier Territory: claimed by the central government. Represents the claimed territory of the Republic, without any executive control.
Flag Administrative Division Type Foundation Area Pop. Administrator
Quebecois FSR flag fixed.svg Quebecois Federative Socialist Republic Federative Republic July 11, 2019 33 acres 6 Aidan McGrath

Geography and Climate

Most of the land area in Quebec is mostly flat and has hills. There are many forested places around Quebec and many small plants and trees.

A typical road in the Kingdom of Quebec

Quebec is located southwest of the US state of Michigan, the climate is close to the city of Taylor.

Climate data for Flag of Citadelle Quebec.svg Citadelle
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °F (°C) 32
(0)
35
(1.7)
46
(7.8)
59
(15)
70
(21.1)
79
(26.1)
84
(28.9)
82
(27.8)
74
(23.3)
62
(16.7)
49
(9.4)
36
(2.2)
59
(15)
Average low °F (°C) 18
(-7.8)
19
(-7.2)
28
(-2.2)
38
(3.3)
49
(9.4)
58
(14.4)
63
(17.2)
62
(16.7)
54
(12.2)
43
(6.1)
33
(0.6)
24
(-4.4)
40.8
(4.86)
Source: National Weather Service of Michigan

Military

War Board emblem is a defaced version of the State Emblem of Quebec.

The Quebecois People's Army are the military of the United People's Republic of Quebec, administered and partially funded by the Communist Party. The main branch of the QPA is the QPA Ground Force, founded in May 2019. Andrew Derbah currently serves as Chief of Defense staff, and command of the QPA during wartime is the responsibility of the War Board.

There are currently fourteen enlisted soldiers and one commissioned officer in the Quebecois People's Army.

References

  1. https://www.yourdictionary.com/quebec - Accessed on 3-10-2019