Viscounty of Egan
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The Principality of Egan is a micronation located in Montreal, Canada. It was founded on July 10, 2017.
The government of Egan is a single-party republic. It is led by Governor Aidan Bartlett, president of the National Coalition.
Egan recognizes all UN members. Egan also recognizes Molossia, the Aerican Empire, Hutt River, the Commonwealth of Dracul, the Principality of Newton, the Kingdom of South Nostalgia, the People's Republic of Nova Cordonia, Apachiland, Skywalkistan, Vlasynia, Catalonia, Levonia, Alimia, New Rizalia and Abkhazia.
Egan has been recognized by the Aerican Empire, the Commonwealth of Dracul, the Principality of Newton, Vlasynia, Skywalkistan, Alimia, New Rizalia, Apachiland, the Kingdom of South Nostalgia, and the People's Republic of Nova Cordonia. Although Molossia does not officially recognize other micronations, they have stated that they would provide assistance to Egan if in need, and if it is in Molossia's power.
The Principality of Egan is a member of TAOF (The Alliance Of Fish), an organization consisted of the Principality of Newton (the founder of TAOF), the Kingdom of South Nostalgia, the People's Republic of Nova Cordonia, the United Realm of Dudeskys as well as two new nations that are currently under development.
Egan's closest allies include, Newton, Vlasynia, Alimia, New Rizalia, and South Nostalgia. Egan supports Catalan independence, and many Eganese people are of British, Hungarian, and French-Canadian heritage.
Egan's enemies include Spain, Australia, and the United States. Egan dislikes Spain because of the imprisonment and exile of Catalan separatist leaders. Egan dislikes Australia because the government dismissed Hutt River's independence claims as "gobbledy-gook". Egan dislikes the USA because of Donald Trump, radical Christianity, Neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and the Second Amendment.
Egan supports other Socialist nations such as Cuba, China, Laos, North Korea, and South Yemen, which is currently struggling for independence.