Principality of Hy-Vu
The Principality of Hy-Vu is a micronation founded on at the wishes of the residents of Hy-Vu. Hy-Vu is ruled a Sovereign Prince or Princess with the aid of their privy council.
| Principality of Hy-Vu |
super omnem principis
|Penwith, Cornwall UK |
|- The Sovereign Princess||Cathryn|
Hy-Vu is derived from the Palace of the reigning Princess. The Palace name is a play on words high view describing its location
Hy-Vu declared independence from the United Kingdom in 2017. As a young nation much of the nation's history is yet to be written.
Government and politics
The reigning prince holds all power within Hy-Vu as laid out in the First Royal Decree. Laws and other amendments can be added by further royal decrees. The monarch is advised by their privy council members. These members are chosen by the monarch and hold the position for life or until they are dismissed. There is a maximum of six members of the privy council.
Currently all citizens gain income from working in foreign realms. The prince regent Robin has set up the finance ministry and The Hy-Vu National Bank. The crown estate own several types of livestock including sheep and turkeys that are exported.
Due to the young age of the nation it has yet to make any formal diplomatic relations.
Any one wanting to contact the monarch can do so via email email@example.com
Currently Hy-Vu has no official military. However there are plans for national defenses to be in place by the end o the year.
Hy-Vu shares its culture with the rest of the islanders of the United Kingdom, it also shares cultural bonds with the Cornish. Cornish is slowly being introduced as an official language, but at the present moment English is the official state language.
|1 January||New Years Day|
|5 March||Saint Piran's Day||A celebration for the Cornish people|
|First Monday in May||Princess' State Birthday||The monarchs state birthday will be held on this date and is a national celebration rather than the private celebration on the monarch's actual birthday.|
|1 June||Founding Day||To celebrate the anniversary of Hy-Vu founding.|
|25 December||Christmas Day|
|31 December||New Years Eve|
Due to Hy-Vu being an enclave within the United Kingdom, with many of its citizens working in the UK, Hy-Vu also uses the bank holiday system.