|Official language(s)||English (working language), 9 Recognised Languages|
|Deputy Secretary-General||Stephen Freayth|
|General Assembly President||Vacant|
The Asia-Pacific Alliance (ASPAA) is an intergovernmental organization endeavoring to bring together Micronations across Asia for economic and diplomatic purposes, and furthering bonds across Asia. Established on 3 March 2019, the ASPAA was intended to create a powerful diplomatic sphere in Asia. At The headquarters of the ASPAA is in Pasabrillo, Millania, and is under extraterritoriality. Its objectives include, but are not limited to, maintaining international peace and order, sprouting growth, development, and popularization in micronations in Asia, promoting human rights, protecting the environment, and helping with social and economic development.
The Asia-Pacific Alliance is comprised of three branches, each of them resembling one branch of the three powers in state: legislative, executive and judicial. The separation of powers consists of:
- The Asia-Pacific Conference, serving as the supreme legislative organ of the ASPAA, but also being given executive and judicial abilities;
- The Secretary General (and Vice Secretary General), acting as the executive leader, responsible for administration of the ASPAA;
- The Asian Micronational Court, the supreme judicial organ.
The Asia-Pacific Conference is the main assembly and supreme organ of the Asia-Pacific Alliance. The Conference consists of delegates from each member state. The Asia-Pacific Conference serves as a place of discussion between member states and has the power to vote on decisions made by the organisation, including the election of offices of the organisation, as well as recognition of membership applications.
The Secretary General of the Asia-Pacific Alliance, currently Nicolás Millán, is the executive leader and general representative of the Asia-Pacific Alliance. The Secretary General is charged with the general administration of the Asia-Pacific Alliance and has duties and powers such as directing voting and meetings of the Asia-Pacific Conference. The Secretary General also has the power to unilaterally suspend any delegate, although any such decision could be vetoed by the Conference. As the main external representative of the Asia-Pacific Alliance, the Secretary General promotes the public image of the Asia-Pacific Alliance and is responsible for representing it in bi- and multilateral discussions.
In addition to the Conference, ASPAA uses numerous Council Offices in order to accomplish specific goals. These are:
- The Council of Advancement, responsible for the internal development of member states,
- The Council of Intergovernmental Relations and Cooperation, responsible for bilateral and multilateral diplomacy between and among member states as well as non-members,
- The Council of Statistical Research and Public Relations, responsible for the conduction of statistical surveys and relations with the press, and
- The Council of Economic Development, responsible for the economic stimulus of non-APFEC states.
Full members are states that have all rights and obligations of a member state, such as contributing to discussions and debates, voting in conference sessions, and putting forward candidates for election to any positions in the organisation. There are currently nine full member states. They are:
- Union of Millania and New Granada (Secretary General)
- Abeldane Empire (Vice Secretary General)
- Empire of Huai Siao
- Lululandian Rejk
- Principality of Posaf
- Empire of Iustus
- Schalamzaar Empire
- Commonwealth of Uskor
- Jusin Republic
- Federal Republic of Daeboreum
- People's Republic of Orientia
- Principality of Rushwell
- United Kingdom of Corea
Observers are nations that are permitted access to conferences, and can propose matters to be discussed, but do not have the right to vote in a live meeting. There are currently no observer states.
Invitees are nations that do not have territory in Asia but were invited by the ASPAA to observe conferences. There are currently three invitee states:
The following are the requirements to be a member state:
- Must have a valid integral land claim in Asia (autonomous territories or colonial possessions without residents are not counted)
- Must have a permanent population
- Must not have a territorial dispute with another member state
- Must not be a fictional (fantasist, imaginary) micronation
- Must not be in conflict or at war with another member state
The Charter of the Asia-Pacific Alliance is a document which contains the organs, sub-organizations, and functions of the Asia-Pacific Alliance. It acts similarly to a constitution of a country. The writing of a charter is still under work.