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Flag of Paloma planted by the PPA Ground Force on 21 November 2021 after the invasion
|Kingdom of New Paloma (KNP)|
|Commanders and leaders|
Cameron Koehler (2020)
|Charles Burgardt (assumed)|
The Bayport conflict was a conflict in the Paloman territory of San Souci that was fought between Paloma and the Kingdom of New Paloma which according the Paloman legislation, illegally declared independence from Paloma on 20 April 2020. The secessionist movement was started by former Paloman Vice President, Charles Burgardt. The secessionist movement known as the Kingdom of New Paloma or simply New Paloma formed a constitutional monarchy. The movement formerly had de-facto control of San Souci. There is no exact clear reason explaining why the independence movement was made.
After the impeachment of former Vice President, Jack Morris, the Supreme Paloman accepted and placed Charles Burgardt as his successor. Burgardt, who held many liberal leaning views pushed to pass immediate instant reforms and propose a new constitution which would have Paloma transition from a one-party socialist state to a democratic liberal democracy. After Burgardt's progressive reform proposals had failed and were claimed by the president to be "too early", he declared San Souci, which he lead as the territorial governor, as the Kingdom of New Paloma. The independence of San Souci as a kingdom was disputed by both sides until a short mutual agreement was formed that both parties would act in indifference to one another when it came to affairs.
National Security Law
Government disputes of New Paloma
On 18 June, 2021, a revolution against government of the Kingdom of New Paloma lead by Cameron Koehler occurred which lead to him unilaterally declaring independence from New Paloma itself and establishing the Republic of New Paloma. Koehler later went on to rewrite the Constitution defining the actual land claims of the Republic unlike the Kingdom giving the Republic legitimacy with its claims over the Kingdom.
- Under the National Security Law of Paloma all declarations of independence from the Free Socialist Stare of Paloma without government approval or vetting is forbidden.
- San Souci (No. 2). Retrieved 11 November 2021.