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Republic of Indie
Indeē Gaṇarājya
इंडी गणराज्य (Hindi)
Flag of Indie
Emblem of Indie
State Emblem
Motto: "Satyameva Jayate"
"Truth Alone Triumphs"
Anthem: "Jana Gana Mana"
"(Instrumental version)"
"Thou Art the Ruler of the Minds of All People"
CapitalWindsor Delhi (City Proper)
Largest cityIndieen Touritation Territory (City Executive)
Official languagesEnglish
Ethnic groups
  • 5% Indieens
  • 95% Other
GovernmentFederal parliamentary constitutional republic
• President
Pranab Kaewkirdken
• Vice-President
Songwuth Sermsri
• Prime Minister
Pattawee Malai
• Chief Justice
Jaypaj Tongdi
Rajya Sabha
Lok Sabha
• Dominion
15 August 2017
• Republic
26 January 2020
• 2022 estimate
CurrencyIndieen Rupee
Time zoneUTC+7 (ICT)
Driving sideleft
Internet TLD.ind

The Republic of Indie, more commonly known as Indie, is a micronation Founded by Pranab Kaewkirdken in His Fascism Period in Indie (2016-2021) then Generaloberst Pranab Kaewkirdken, Supreme Commander of Fascism Administration of Wehrmacht, He Declaration of Independence in 15 August 2017 as (Federal, Dictatorship, Dominion under Constitutional Monarchy) later in 26 January 2020 He Declare Republic under Civil Administration , 1 year later in 26 January 2021 He abolished all Adminitation Office, Position, Military Rank and destroy his regime and Declare New Regime (Federal, Presidential, Constitution, Republic) and He become Acting President in same day until 24 February 2021 He Appoint 1st Vice-Pesident Songwuth Sermsri in 23 February 2021 and Elected 1st President Pattawee Malai and change Regime in 25 February 2021 to (Federal, Parliamentary, Constitution, Republic) and Pranab Kaewkirdken became 1st Prime Minister in 25 February 2021 until 19 March 2022.

This micronation have foundation from the name of Republic of India (Pranab favourite country, And yes, he use the Indian regime in his micronation too.)


The name of the country comes from the word "India", which is the name of the country that Pranab Kaewkirdken inspired to declare independence. It is also a country where he inspired the regime of this country as well. including other symbols of India that he has adapted to differentiate to be used as the majority of symbols in this country as well, and Pranab Kaewkirdken himself also has a passion for the culture of this country very much.


Short History of this Micronation

This country has declared itself independent. from the war against boredom in the regime of neighboring countries that had ruled the country before it was declared independent. The country was declared independent on 15 August 2017 by Pranab Kaewkirdken, praising the Monarch of United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth II as Head of the Dominion of Indie. Until on 26 January 2020, Pranab Kaewkirdken had the idea of ​​complete independence. therefore proclaimed itself as a Republic of Indie on 26 January 2020 under the Presidential system like Kazakhstan and United States. and later switched to the Westminster system like the United Kingdom and India.

Politics and government


President of Indie

The President of Indie is the head of state of the Republic of Indie. The president is the nominal head of the executive, the first citizen of the country, as well as the commander-in-chief of the Indieen Armed Forces. Pranab Kaewkirdken is the 3rd and current president, having taken office from 25 July 2022

The powers of the President of Indie are as follows :

  • Executive powers
  • Legislative powers
  • Judicial powers
  • Appointment powers
  • Financial powers
  • Diplomatic powers
  • Military powers
  • Pardoning powers
  • Emergency powers

Vice-President of Indie

The Vice-President of Indie is the deputy to the head of state of the Republic of Indie, i.e. the president of Indie. The office of vice president is the second-highest constitutional office after the president and ranks second in the order of precedence and first in the line of succession to the presidency. The vice president is also a member of the Parliament of Indie as the ex officio chairman of the Rajya Sabha.

The powers of the Vice-President of Indie are as follows :

  • The Vice-President is the only who replaces the president in the event of the president's illness, or death. The Vice President has no powers or duty other than the Chairman of Rajya Sabha.

Prime Minister of Indie

The Prime Minister of Indie is the head of government of the Republic of Indie. Executive authority is vested in the Prime Minister and their chosen Council of Ministers, despite the President of Indie being the nominal head of the executive. The Prime Minister is often the leader of the party or the coalition with a majority in the lower house of the Parliament of Indie, the Lok Sabha, which is the main legislative body in the Republic of Indie. The Prime Minister and their cabinet are at all times responsible to the Lok Sabha.

The powers of the Prime Minister of Indie are as follows :

  • Executive powers
  • Administrative powers
  • Appointment powers
  • Legislative powers
  • Military powers




The primary duty of the president is to preserve, protect and defend the constitution and the law of Indie The president is the common head of all independent constitutional entities. All their actions, recommendations and supervisory powers over the executive and legislative entities of Indie shall be used in accordance to uphold the constitution.There is no bar on the actions of the president to contest in the court of law.

Executive powers

Agencies under the President.

The President is usually always in charge/head of:

  • Appointments Committee of the Cabinet
  • Cabinet Committee on Security
  • Nuclear Command Authority

The President of the Republic of Indie will be generally bound by the advice of his Ministers. ... He can do nothing contrary to their advice nor can do anything without their advice. The President of the United States can dismiss any Secretary at any time. The President of the Republic of Indie has no power to do so, so long as his Ministers command a majority in Parliament.

Legislative powers

Legislative power is constitutionally vested in the Parliament of Indie of which the president is the head, to facilitate the lawmaking process per the constitution The president summons both the houses (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) of the parliament and prorogues them. They can dissolve the Lok Sabha. 

The president inaugurates parliament by addressing it after the general elections and also at the beginning of the first session every year per The presidential address on these occasions is generally meant to outline the new policies of the government. 

All bills passed by the parliament can become laws only after receiving the assent of the president After a bill is presented to them, the president shall declare either that they assent to the Bill, or that they withhold assent from it. As a third option, they can return a bill to parliament, if it is not a money bill, for reconsideration. President may be of the view that a particular bill passed under the legislative powers of parliament is violating the constitution, they can send back the bill with their recommendation to pass the bill under the constituent powers of parliament When, after reconsideration, the bill is passed accordingly and presented to the president, with or without amendments, the president cannot withhold their assent from it. The president can also withhold their assent to a bill when it is initially presented to them (rather than return it to parliament) there by exercising a pocket veto on the advice of the prime minister or council of ministers per if it is inconsistent with the constitution. gives the president the power to consult the supreme court about the constitutional validity of an issue. The president shall assent to constitutional amendment bills without power to withhold the bills

When either of the two Houses of the Parliament of Indie is not in session, and if the government feels the need for an immediate procedure, the president can promulgate ordinances that have the same force and effect as an act passed by parliament under its legislative powers. These are in the nature of interim or temporary legislation and their continuance is subject to parliamentary approval. Ordinances remain valid for no more than six weeks from the date the parliament is convened unless approved by it earlier. Under Constitution the president as the upholder of the constitution shall be satisfied that immediate action is mandatory as advised by the union cabinet and they are confident that the government commands majority support in the parliament needed for the passing of the ordinance into an act and parliament can be summoned to deliberate on the passing of the ordinance as soon as possible. The promulgated ordinance is treated as an act of parliament when in force and it is the responsibility of the president to withdraw the ordinance as soon as the reasons for the promulgation of the ordinance are no longer applicable. Bringing laws in the form of ordinances has become a routine matter by the government and president, but the provisions made in Constitution are meant for mitigating unusual circumstances where immediate action is inevitable when the extant provisions of the law are inadequate. Re-promulgation of an ordinance after failing to get approval within the stipulated time of both houses of parliament is an unconstitutional act by the president. The president should not incorporate any matter in an ordinance which violates the constitution or requires an amendment to the constitution. The president should take moral responsibility when an ordinance elapses automatically or is not approved by the parliament or violates the constitution. Thus, it is believed that the POI is the de-jure head of the state, whereas PM is the de-facto head.

As per Constitution, the executive power of the country is vested in the president and is exercised by the president either directly or through officers subordinate to him in accordance with the constitution. When parliament thinks fit it may accord additional executive powers to the president per Constitution which may be further delegated by the president to the governors of states per Constitution Union cabinet with prime minister as its head, should aid and advise the president in performing their functions. the council of ministers or prime minister are not accountable legally to the advice tendered to the president but it is the sole responsibility of the president to ensure compliance with the constitution in performing their duties. President or their subordinate officers is bound by the provisions of the constitution notwithstanding any advice by the union cabinet.

As per Constitution it is the duty of the president to enforce the decrees of the supreme court.

Judicial powers

The primary duty of the president is to preserve, protect and defend the constitution and the law of Indie, The president appoints the Chief Justice of Indie and other judges on the advice of the chief justice. The President may dismiss a judge with a two-thirds vote of the two Houses of the parliament.

The Indieen government's chief legal adviser, Attorney General of Indie, is appointed by the president of Indie under Constitution and holds office during the pleasure of the president. If the president considers a question of law or a matter of public importance has arisen, they can also ask for the advisory opinion of the supreme court, the president can ask the attorney general to attend the parliamentary proceedings and report to him any unlawful functioning if any

Appointment powers

The president appoints as prime minister, the person most likely to command the support of the majority in the Lok Sabha (usually the leader of the majority party or coalition). The president then appoints the other members of the Council of Ministers, distributing portfolios to them on the advice of the prime minister.  The Council of Ministers remains in power at the 'pleasure' of the president.

The president appoints 12 members of the Rajya Sabha from amongst persons who have special knowledge or practical experience in respect of such matters as literature, science, art and social service.

Governors of states are also appointed by the president who shall work at the pleasure of the president. Per Constitution, the president is empowered to dismiss a governor who has violated the constitution in their acts.

The president is responsible for making a wide variety of appointments. These include. 

The Chief Justice of Indie and other judges of the Supreme Court of Indie and state/union territory high courts.The Chief Minister of the National Capital Territory of Windsor Delhi .The Comptroller and Auditor General Of Indie.The Chief Election Commissioner and other Election Commissioners. The Chairman and other members of the Union Public Service Commission.The Attorney General Of Indie. Ambassadors and High Commissioners to other Micronations and Country (only through the list of names given by the prime minister) Officers of the All Indie Services (Indieen Administrative Service, Indieen Police Service and Indeen Forest Service), and other Central Civil Services in Group 'A'.

Financial powers

A financial bill can be introduced in the parliament only with the president's recommendation.The president lays the Annual Financial Statement, i.e. the Union budget, before the parliament.The president can take advances out of the Contingency Fund of Indie to meet unforeseen expenses.The president constitutes a Finance Commission every five years to recommend the distribution of the taxes between the centre and the States.

Diplomatic powers

All international treaties and agreements are negotiated and concluded on behalf of the president. However, in practice, such negotiations are usually carried out by the prime minister along with their Cabinet (especially the Minister of External Affairs). Also, such treaties are subject to the approval of the parliament. The president represents, and affairs where such a function is chiefly ceremonial. The president may also send and receive diplomats, i.e. the officers from the Indieen Foreign Service. The president is the first citizen of the country.

Military powers

The president is the Supreme Commander of the Indieen Armed Forces. The president can declare war or conclude peace, All important treaties and contracts are made by the president's And Can Use All Soldier or Armed Forces Military Division/Company of Armed Forces by his Position (Supreme Commander of the Indieen Armed Forces).

Pardoning powers

As Indieen constitution, the president is empowered with the powers to grant pardons in the following situations

punishment for an offence against Union lawpunishment by a military courta death sentence

The decisions involving pardoning and other rights by the president are independent of the opinion of the prime minister or the Lok Sabha majority. In most cases, however, the president exercises their executive powers on the advice of the prime minister and the cabinet.

Emergency powers

The president can declare three types of emergencies: national, state and financial, under Constitution in addition to promulgating ordinances under specified in Constitution 

National emergency

A national emergency can be declared in the whole of Indie or a part of its territory for causes of war or armed rebellion or an external aggression.

Under the Indie constitution, the president can declare such an emergency by assigning through the prime minister, Such an emergency can be imposed for six months. It can be extended by six months by repeated parliamentary approval-there is no maximum duration.

In such an emergency, Fundamental Rights of Indieen citizens can be suspended. The six freedoms under Right to Freedom are automatically suspended. However, the Right to Life and Personal Liberty cannot be suspended.

The president can make laws on the 66 subjects of the State List (which contains subjects on which the state governments can make laws). Also, all money bills are referred to the president for approval. The term of the Lok Sabha can be extended by a period of up to one year, but not so as to extend the term of parliament beyond six months after the end of the declared emergency.



The vice-president holds office for five years. The vice-president can be re-elected any number of times. However, the office may be terminated earlier by death, resignation, or removal. The Constitution does not provide a mechanism of succession to the office of vice-president in the event of an extraordinary vacancy, apart from re-election. However, the deputy chairman of the Rajya Sabha can perform the vice-president's duties as the chairman of the Rajya Sabha in such an event.

However, when the president dies in office and vice-president takes over as president, the vice-president can continue serving as the president for Remaining term of the previous president ,new president shall be elected.


The Constitution states that the vice-president can be removed by a resolution of the Rajya Sabha passed by an effective majority (majority of all the then members) and agreed by the Lok Sabha with a simple majority But no such resolution may be moved unless at least 14 days notice in advance has been given. Notably, the Constitution does not list grounds for removal. No vice president has ever faced removal or the deputy chairman in the Rajya Sabha cannot be challenged in any court of law.

The President can also remove the vice-president for committing electoral malpractices and not fulfilling the eligibility criteria for Rajya Sabha while in the office or Unpresure of President the President also must examine the doubts raised in connection with the conduct of a vice-president and remove the vice-president if found committing contempt of the Constitution.

Prime Minister

Executive powers

Agencies under the Prime Minister.

The prime minister leads the functioning and exercise of authority of the government of Indie. The president of Indie—subject to eligibility—invites a person who is commanding support of majority members of Lok Sabha to form the government of Indie—also known as the central government or Union government—at the national level and exercise its powers. In practice the prime minister nominates the members of their council of ministers to the president. They also work upon to decide a core group of ministers (known as the cabinet), as in charge of the important functions and ministries of the government of Indie.

The prime minister is responsible for aiding and advising the president in distribution of work of the government to various ministries and offices and in terms of the Government of Indie The co-ordinating work is generally allocated to the Cabinet Secretariat. While the work of the government is generally divided into various ministries, the prime minister may retain certain portfolios if they are not allocated to any member of the cabinet.

The prime minister—in consultation with the cabinet—schedules and attends the sessions of the houses of parliament and is required to answer the question from the Members of Parliament to them as the in-charge of the portfolios in the capacity as prime minister of Indie.

Some specific ministries/department are not allocated to anyone in the cabinet but the prime minister themself. The prime minister is usually always in charge/head of:

  • Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (as Minister of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions)
  • Cabinet Secretariat
  • Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs
  • National Institution for Transforming Indie
  • Department of Atomic Energy
  • Department of Warfare Weapons
  • Department of Space

The prime minister represents the country in various delegations, high level meetings and international organisations that require the attendance of the highest government office, and also addresses to the nation on various issues of national or other importance.

of the Constitution of Indie, the union cabinet and the president officially communicate through the prime minister. Otherwise, the Constitution recognises the prime minister as a member of the union cabinet only outside the sphere of union cabinet.

Administrative and appointment powers

The prime minister recommends to the president—among others—names for the appointment of:

  • Chief Election Commissioner of Indie (CEC) and other Election Commissioners of Indie (ECs)
  • Comptroller and Auditor General of Indie (C&AG)
  • Chairperson and members of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
  • Chief Information Commissioner of Indie (CIC) and Information Commissioners of Indie
  • Chairperson and members of the finance commission (FC)
  • Attorney General of Indie (AG) and Solicitor General of Indie (SG)

As the chairperson of Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC), the prime minister—on the non-binding advice of the Cabinet Secretary of Indie led-Senior Selection Board (SSB)—decides the postings of top civil servants, such as, secretaries, additional secretaries and joint secretaries in the government of Indie. Further, in the same capacity, (the PM decides the assignments of top military personnel such as the Chief of the Army Staff, Chief of the Air Staff, Chief of the Naval Staff and commanders of operational and training commands. In addition but It must be approved by the President as "Supreme Commander of Armed Forces"), the ACC also decides the posting of Indieen Police Service officers—the All Indie Service for policing, which staffs most of the higher level law enforcement positions at federal and state level—in the government of Indie.

Also, as the Minister of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, the PM also exercises control over the Indieen Administrative Service (IAS) the country's premier civil service, which staffs most of the senior civil service positions; the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB); and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), except for the selection of its director, who is chosen by a committee of: (a) the prime minister, as chairperson; (b) the leader of the opposition in Lok Sabha; and (c) the chief justice.

Unlike most other countries, the prime minister does not have much influence over the selection of judges, that is done by a collegium of judges consisting of the Chief Justice of Indie, four senior most judges of the Supreme Court of Indie and the chief justice—or the senior-most judge—of the concerned state high court. The executive as a whole, however, has the right to send back a recommended name to the collegium for reconsideration, this, however, is not a full Veto power, and the collegium can still put forward rejected name.

Legislative powers

The prime minister acts as the leader of the house of the chamber of parliament—generally the Lok Sabha—they belongs to. In this role, the prime minister is tasked with representing the executive in the legislature, announces important legislation, and is further expected to respond to the opposition's concerns. of the Indieen constitution confers the president with the power to convene and end extraordinary sessions of the parliament; this power, however, is exercised only on the advice of the prime minister and his/her council, so in practice the prime minister does exercise some control over affairs of the parliament.


Ministries and Departments


There are 21 Union ministries and 3 departments in Indie.

Ministry Established Union Minister
Prime Minister's Office 2021 Pattawee Malai (Additional Charge)
Ministry of Defence 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Finance 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of External Affairs 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Planning 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Science, Research and Technology 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Tourism 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Labour and Employment 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Food Processing Industries 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Law and Justice 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Home Affairs 2017 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 2017 Pattawee Malai (Additional Charge)
Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairying And Fisheries 2020 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Women and Child Development 2020 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports 2020 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare 2020 Pattawee Malai
Ministry of Minority Affairs 2020 Pattawee Malai


Ministry Established Union Minister
Department of Atomic Energy 2017 Pattawee Malai (Additional Charge)
Department of Warfare Weapons 2017 Pattawee Malai (Additional Charge)
Department of Space 2020 Pattawee Malai (Additional Charge)

Parliament of Indie

Rajya Sabha, (Council of States)

Rajya Sabha was established on 26 January 2020, the same day as the republic, with the first senator appointed on 24 February 2021, and the first elected senator, on 13 May 2022.

Seat of 2022 Rajya Sabha, Parliament of Indie

Political Parties

Logo Name Party Leader Spectrum Ideologies Seat
Indieen National Congress INC Pattawee Malai Centre-Left Big Tent
Social Liberalism
Civic nationalism
2 / 11
Vacant - - - -
9 / 11

Lok Sabha, (House of the People)

Lok Sabha was established on 26 January 2020, the same day as the republic, with the first Member of Parliament appointed on 26 January 2020, and the first elected Member of Parliament, on 25 February 2021.

Seat of 2022 Lok Sabha, Parliament of Indie

Political Parties

Logo Name Party Leader Spectrum Ideologies Seat
Indieen National Congress INC Pattawee Malai Centre-Left Big Tent
Social Liberalism
Civic nationalism
1 / 40
Vacant - - - -
39 / 40

States and Union Territories


State Zone Capital Largest city Statehood Population Official Additional official
Indieen Touritation Territory Central Near Delhi Tourist Governance 11 January 2022 1 Delhi Tenant, 3 Foreign English Hindi, Thai
Malai Administration Eastern Amrisavi Marda 14 April 2021 1 (not counting foreigners) English Thai
Sermsri Administration North Eastern Visakhapatnam Visakhapatnam 4 September 2021 1 (not counting foreigners) - English, Thai, Japan

Union Territories

Union territory Zone Capital Largest city UT established Population Official
Additional official
National Capital Territory of Windsor Delhi North Eastern Windsor Delhi Delhi 15 August 2017 2 Indieen, 3 Foreign English, Hindi, Deutsch, Korea -
Nudanaya Constuctor Territory South Western Tokaya Varanasi 3 August 2022 1 (not counting foreigners) English Japan, Hindu, Thai

Territories not controlled or occupied

Presidency Governorate Zone Governorate Population Official
Additional official
General Governorate Eastern Governance 1 June 2020 35 - (All International Languages))


This country has its own military army. And it is one of the necessities for this country to survive. The country's military is the Indieen Armed Forces. It has three armies, the Indieen Army, Indieen Navy, and the Indieen Air Forces, but the Indieen Army has the largest budget of the three, and the Minister of Defense has the largest annual budget of all ministries.


The economy of this country does not have any imports or exports. And this country has not done any trade or business since its inception, but now in the country there are smuggling exports of longan exported by people who do it themselves without through the state. As a result, the state has no income. But the country still has monthly expenditures, now country only earn from keep monthly taxes.

Culture and media

Most of the country's culture has Indian culture as its base and main component. but will focus on importing social culture from England and Germany, As for traditions, it is based on traditions from western nations. Pranab Kaewkirdken believed that the traditions and social culture of the Eastern nations were more beautiful and modern than the cultures of Asia. Art and sculpture will lead the way of India and Western Europe. (Especially English and German) to mix or adjust to be together. (as well as jewelry or furniture displayed in the museums of Rashtrapati Bhavan in India.)

Geography and climate


The country has a flat, mountainous terrain. and there were many trees in the capital land. and dense forests and forests in the northwestern part of the capital city (Windsor Delhi). Most of the country is quite open but mixed with trees. Most of the surrounding trees are pines. But most of the economic fruits are longans.


The country has a hot, rainy and cold season. The country has a very variable climate from mid-season to early winter. The weather is very hot in the middle summer until the middle rainy season. Most winters have no more than 45 or 60 days, the temperature in the summer is 25-40 degrees Celsius, the rainy season is 25-35 degrees Celsius, and the winter temperature is 25-15 degrees Celsius.

National Holidays

It is recommended to use the following table for national holidays:

Date Name Remarks
15 August Independence day Annual Ceremony
26 January Republic day Annual Ceremony
29 January Beating Retreat Annual Ceremony

See also

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