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Types of government specific to micronationalism

Avidism is a political ideology which was developed by Abrams Wiucki-Dunswed as a theoretical model for an ideal intermicronational organizations government, deriving concepts both from Council communism and a Yes/No voting system. It advocated councilism.

Despite gaining barely any popularity abroad, with one intermicronational organization adopting variants of the original idea, it is still used.


Avidism was created on 27 September 2018 by Abrams Wiucki-Dunswed, On school campus where his AVID elective class had to sit in a circle of chairs and describe why the acts on the earlier day were insufficient and non-productive.

Wiucki-Dunswed saw a form of government possible in the sense to strengthen the education system and established better productive work ethics.

Avidism was officially unveiled on MicroNations Fandom as a "form of council based government including a voting system".

A few weeks later, the Concordat of Micronational Leagues sent a reform to change to an avidist organization.


Avidist ideals

A flag based on off Avidism.

Avidism advocates:


  • All members of an AVID council have a vote, and is decided on a YES/NO system where whatever number of YES/NO there is the firm establishing choice created by the council. If the council votes are even between both, they roll a dice and if the result is an odd number, NO is the deciding factor, even defines YES as the deciding factor.


  • Education is a very heavy topic in Avidism, yet all Avidist supporters support the Education system and deem it to get better and so on.


  • There cannot be prominent president or leader of Avidism, but one member will be appointed by the council to drive the conversation and conduct the vote and have the final say in the vote so it is fair named the Spokesperson. The Spokesperson will change every council going in a circle clockwise. Members of the AVID council will listen to the Spokesperson start the conversation and then go off from the speaker.