Constitutional Monarchy of Bodeki

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Constitutional Monarchy of Bodeki
Bodekian Flag.jpgBodeki COA.png

Capital city Ministry District
Largest city Molouns
Official language(s) English,Swedish
Short name Bodeki
Demonym Bodekian, Bodekians.
Government Constitutional Monarchy
Established 28 July 2014
Population 28 (2019)
Currency Bodekian Nytes

Bodeki Official Website


The Constitutional Monarchy of Bodeki, commonly refereed to as Bodeki, is a relatively small micronation comprised of 28 total members, or citizens.

History

2014

On 18 July 2014, Prime Minister Ethan Lafon officially signed the First Constitution of Bodeki in Livermore, California.

Shortly after retreating back to Texas, Prime Minister Lafon recruited new citizens in the late months of 2014. During this time he met the former leader of the Military Police Forces, Ryder Harris. Sometime in December 2014, the First Bodekian Flag was issued. This flag resembled the modern British flag, and was later dismissed due to the resemblance. It was later replaced with the Second Flag of Bodeki, which is in use today.

2015

2015 was a relatively quiet year for Bodeki, seeing only the addition of 1 citizen during the entire year. Although, the largest change in Bodeki history was made in 2015 when Prime Minister Lafon replaced the First Bodekian Flag with the new current flag.

2016

During January 2016, five more people were granted citizenship in Bodeki. Later that year, Prime Minister Lafon met Representative Clark Turner and the current population was raised to 9. In October 2016, the National Aerospace Ministry was founded.

2017

After New Years Day 2017, Representative Clark Turner, Prime Minister Ethan Lafon, and Police General Ryder Harris launched Operation White Gazebo.

2018

In September 2018, Operation Granite was launched.

On 4 December 2018 the government was reformed with more than half of the offices cleared and work on the 2nd Constitution of Bodeki started.

2019

During January and Early February 2019, Bodeki saw the largest mass citizenship approval of all time, 9 new people were granted citizenship during this time.

On 6 February 2019 Isaac Urbina-Rojas was appointed as the Deputy Prime Minister of Bodeki.

Demographics

Most Bodekians are citizens of the United States and Bodeki, with a small portion retaining Swedish citizenship as well. Men account for ~60% of the population, and females occupy ~40% of the population. There are no official survey corps. in Bodeki, so all demographics are government approximations.

Government

The current Prime Minister is Ethan Lafon, who is also the first Prime Minister. His Deputy Prime Minister is Isaac Urbina-Rojas.

Bodeki is home to currently 2 planned voting districts, which act like individual provinces or states. These districts elect a District Minister, who works with the District Legislature to create laws within the District. The current districts are District of Molouns, and the Ministry District.

Bodeki is very similar to the United States in terms of government. Even though Bodeki is a Constitutional Monarchy, there is no monarch. Bodeki's primary legislative acts are carried out by a Parliament, which is overseen by the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister has power to veto any law passed by the Parliament, but if 2/3 of Parliament agree that the veto is unnecessary they can overrule the veto. If necessary,the Prime Minister can call upon the Team of Chief Justices to declare any bill/law unconstitutional.

The Supreme Court of Bodeki and the Office of the Chief Justice of Bodeki, are the primary Judaical servers in Bodeki. The current Chief Justice is Austin Stiglets.

The Prime Minister serves as the head of government and state, and works along with his appointed Cabinet Ministers to execute national law.


Armed Forces

The Bodekian Armed Forces is the main military force within Bodeki. The Armed Forces consists of the:

Bodekian Army

Bodekian Air Force

Bodekian Navy

Bodekian National Guard

Diplomacy

Bodeki has no current allies, but there is a federal ban on immigration from people of Linmoor.

Culture

Many Bodekians share the same interests, and very ethnically homogeneous with all members being partially or fully American.