Conference of Santiago Derivative Program

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The Conference of Santiago Derivative Program (Portuguese: Programa Derivativo da Conferência de Santiago) is a intermicronational project by the Conference of Santiago to promote the creation and development of derivative micronationalism mainly in the Brazilian sector and in the simulationist-dominated Lusophone sector, but also across all of South America. The program involves the creation and handling over of derivative micronations to former simulationist, support in any possible way to existing derivatist micronations, support in transitioning from simulationism to derivatism and support to micronationalism in creating derivatist micronations.


From the establishment of the Derivative Program has been responsible for creating five and restoring five micronations. The Independent State of the New Southern Rhine was created under the guidance of King Arthur II of Ebenthal and handled to the micronationalist Jonathan Scherer, the Hanseatic and Confederate States of Achsen and the Kingdom of Taslavia were created under the guidance of Emperor Oscar I of Karnia-Ruthenia and handled to the Mauritiaanse micronationalist Bruno Crespo and to the Paulista micronationalist Guilherme Ítalo, the Grand Duchy of Mëcklewmburg-Wladir was created under the guidance of Queen Maria of Sildavia and handled to the micronationalist Gabriela Almeida, the and the Union of the Provinces of Columbia was founded by the micronationalist Caio de Taxus supported by Karnia-Ruthenia. The Imperial State of Badakhshan, the Sultanate of Harram, and the Kingdom of Schneeblutig had their political activity restored, and the Kingdom of Roschfallen and the Lateran State were also resurrected through a treaty involving those countries former monarchs as well as the King of Ebenthal and the Emperor of Karnia-Ruthenia.