Dominion of the Caribbean

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The flag designed in 2019
Flag
Royal coat of arms of Caribbean
Royal coat of arms
Motto: AQVA ET FORTITVDO (Latin: Water and courage)

Royal anthem
Under the Sea - The Royal Steel Drum Band


Map of the Dominion of the Caribbean.svg
LocationVarious places in the Caribbean
Capital
and largest city
Cayos
Official languagesEnglish, Spanish, French
Demonym(s)Caribbean
GovernmentTerritorial absolute monarchy
• Monarch
Cameron I
• Governor-general
Hayden Ford
Independence from the Caribbean Community
• Declaration of the Caribbean Freedom[1]
20 April 2019
Area
• Total
1,458.7 acres (590.3 ha)
• Water (%)
80
Population
• Estimate
0 (2020)
• Density
0/km2 (0.0/sq mi)
CurrencyCaribbean Cartucho (CAR; C)
Time zoneIST
Date formatmm-dd-yyyy; AD
Driving sideright
Calling code+1

The Dominion of the Caribbean is a micronation that consists of a collection of territory in the Caribbean, which was claimed for the Kingdom of Ikonia on 20 April 2019, on issuement of the Declaration of the Caribbean Freedom, a formal letter that was sent to the Caribbean Community.

The Dominion holds 5 states, each including different administration policies.

History

Logo of the Court of the Caribbean, in which the coat of arms are used as a subsidiary

On 20 April 2019, the idea of Dominion of the Caribbean was brought up after discussion of Manifest Destiny among the King of Ikonia, the President of Quebec, and the President of Kapreburg.

Only 2 hours later, would the King of Ikonia send a letter to the Caribbean Community regarding his land claims, and declared himself the King of the Caribbean.

On 18 November 2020, the Dominion had a major augmentation to the flag and coat of arms, the latter being registered by His Majesty's Heraldic Authority.[citation needed]

On 20 November 2020, the Dominion held it's first court case outside of Ikonia with Cameron I serving as judge in the Court of the Caribbean. The defense, Archie, Earl of Osceola was found guilty but released on certain conditions, including receiving the rank of Pirate of the Caribbean.

Notes

  1. Name of letter that was sent to the Caribbean Community.