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This section will talk about the government of your nation.

Form of government

There are many forms of governments, however since they are listed , this guide will be very brief. Some popular forms of government include monarchy, democracy, or direct democracy. Ensure that you do a lot of research before selecting your government.

Which one should I choose?

Some observations I have within micronationalism are:


  • Increased citizen engagement
  • More laws passed
  • More activity
  • Democratic
  • Less power
  • More chances of a political crisis
  • Increased chances of a new leader
  • Lots of people in government
  • Stronger political divide

Absolute monarchy

  • More power
  • Less chances of a political crisis
  • You are leader until you want to abdicate
  • Lower citizen engagement
  • Less activity
  • One man nation

Constitutional monarchy

  • Generally mixes democracy with monarchy
  • Monarchy shares duties with a government or appoints a government to do governing duties
  • Constitution defines powers between the government and the monarchy