Politics of Urabba Parks

From MicroWiki, the free micronational encyclopædia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Politics of Urabba Parks
Polity typeFederal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
ConstitutionConstitution of Urabba Parks
Formation3 July 2022 (2022-07-03)
Legislative branch
Meeting placeMelbourne A
Lower house
NameHouse of Ordinaries
Presiding officer, Speaker
Executive branch
Head of State
TitleMonarch represented by Manager-General
CurrentlyDanny Racovolis
Head of Government
TitlePark Minister
NameCabinet of the Federal Executive Council
LeaderPark Minister
Deputy leaderDeputy Park Minister
Judicial branch
CourtsCourts of Urabba Parks
Court of Directors

Urabba Parks has status in Australian law as Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited (usually abbreviated to Urabba Parks Pty Ltd) as a company registered under the Corporations Act 2001 of the Commonwealth of Australia and incorporated in the State of Victoria. Urabba Parks is also a registered charity under the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Act 2012 of the Commonwealth and is regulated by the ACNC.[1]

Under intermicronational law, Urabba Parks an Imvrassian Hegemony under the name Hegemony of Urabba Parks.

Urabba Parks is governed by a Constitution, which establishes it as a 'non-state jurisdiction' with its own legal system, a Parliament, Executive Government and Judicature. The jurisdiction is created by the agreement of jurisdiction, which is contained in subsection 7(2) of the Constitution,[Constitution 1] which provides that each party agrees to appear before judicial bodies in the case of "answering any charge of an offence against the law of Urabba Parks, or any appeals from any judgment, order or sanction so given in respect of a proceeding", and to public arbitration of matters arising under the law of Urabba Parks.


Daniel Racovolis reigns as Enactor of Urabba Parks by virtue of holding foundation in Urabba Parks through his holding company, D.J. Racovolis Services Pty Ltd. The Enactorship is, under the law of Urabba Parks, known as the Management, making it the equivalent of the Crown in Commonwealth legal systems. The Enactor's designated representative in Urabba Parks by the Manager-General at the corporate level and by the managers at the divisional level, who by convention act on the advice of the ministers. Thus, in practice the Manager-General acts as a legal figurehead for the actions of the Park Minister and the Proprietary Council.


The directors of Urabba Parks include:


Legislative power is vested in the Parliament of Urabba Parks which consists of the monarch (represented by the Manager-General) and the Houses of Parliament established under the law of Urabba Parks.[Constitution 5] Since the establishment of jurisdiction, the only House of Parliament designated in law is the House of Ordinaries, the largest party of which determines the Urabbaparcensian Government. Depending on the parliamentary membership, there may also be an Opposition that acts as an alternative government and scrutinises, through the parliamentary process, the performance of the Government.

The Parliament has the power to make laws in many areas such as revenue items (membership fees, income levies from associated entities), external affairs, conduct of member proceedings and the management of entities formed within Urabba Parks.[Constitution 6]


The Executive Government of Urabba Parks consists numerous components,[Constitution 7] including:


Each person who enters Urabba Parks or becomes a member is subject to the agreement of jurisdiction contained in the Constitution,[Constitution 1] which requires a person to appear when required as an accused or to give evidence to judicial bodies when required.

The judicial system is headed by the Court of Directors.[Constitution 8] The minister responsible for the judiciary is the Advocate-General, the Corporate Government's Chief Law Officer. The Directors of the Court are directors and charity trustees of Urabba Parks,[Constitution 4] and are appointed by the Manager-General in Council upon presentation of a member holding service membership (redeemable preference shares) of Urabba Parks.[Constitution 9]

The Parliament also has the power to create other courts, which also consist of judicial officers appointed upon presentation of service members with rights of presentation to the Manager-General in Council for appointment as a member of the court. In most cases the presenter is the judicial officer themselves, however in some cases another person or a company may present a qualified person for appointment. While the Manager-General in Council is not obliged to appoint a person so presented, the cessation of the presentation of an incumbent judicial officer by the presenter has the effect of ceasing the appointment.[Constitution 10]

Urabbaparcensian Governance Service

There is an independent governance service, known as the Urabbaparcensian Governance Service, which is headed by the Visitatorial Commission of Urabba Parks,[Constitution 11] and includes other agencies such as Inquiries Urabba Parks (which conducts Enactorial Commissions, similar to Royal Commissions in Australia). Senior members of the independent governance service are removable only with a vote of the Houses of the Parliament on the advice of the Visitatorial Commission. The Visitatorial Commission also reports to Parliament on its parliamentary performance in relation to adherence to Chapter 9 of the Constitution (including the Urabba Parks Bill of Rights), matters raised by the independent governance service, distribution of surpluses through charity distributions and matters referred to it by Parliament.

Foreign relations

Urabba Parks participates in the micronational community as a Hegemony of the Empire of Imvrassia. The micronational diplomatic relations of Urabba Parks are the responsibility of the Emperor of Imvrassia.

In addition, Enactor Danny Racovolis, who holds land in Urabba Parks through holding company D.J. Racovolis Services Pty Ltd, is willing to declare regions of Urabba Parks as integral parts of other micronations, on the condition the micronation accepts the federal governance structure in Urabba Parks.


The Urabba Parks Operations Network (UPON), which includes branches of the Urabbaparcensian Defence Service (UDS) and private services, contributes to the civil defence of Australia and its regional and global allies through environmental protection and rejuvenation, research and safety. UPON has designated branches in land, water, air, space and cyber spheres. The responsible minister for the UDS is the Minister of Operations who administers the Department of Operations which along with the UDS forms the Urabbaparcensian Defence Organisation.

The Urabbaparcensian Defence Service
Sphere Branch Purpose
Urabba Parks Land Service (UPLS)  Urabbaparcensian Army Landcare operations, mainly outside Urabba Parks and with the landholder's consent
 Urabba Parks Ranger Service (UPRS) Landcare operations and park user management, mainly within Urabba Parks (with an option to deploy to other landholders when needed)
Urabba Parks Nautical Service (UPNS)  Enactorial Urabbaparcensian Navy (EUN) Water-based environmental protection and research activities and logistical support to other branches
 Urabba Parks Coastcare Service (UPCS) Coastcare operations, mainly outside Urabba Parks and with the landholder's consent
 Urabba Parks Surf Life Saving (UPSLS) Small boat patrols and assistance to surf life saving clubs
Urabba Parks Space Operations Group (UPSOG)  Enactorial Urabbaparcensian Air Service (EUAS) Air-based environmental protection and research activities and logistical support to other branches
 Enactorial Urabbaparcensian Outer Space Service (EUOSS) Space-based environmental protection and research activities and logistical support to other branches
 Enactorial Urabbaparcensian Cyber Service (EUCS) Protection of information and communications technology resources

Politics of jurisdictional divisions

The Constitution establishes a federal system of government, with jurisdictional divisions including regions and territories. In the regions and in the Urabba territory, the representative of the Enactor is the Manager. Regions and self-governing territories also have their own head of government who is responsible to the legislature of the jurisdictional division.


A.^ Under section 125 of the Constitution, the Parliament sits at Melbourne until a Seat of Government is determined by Parliament or some other place chosen by the Manager‑General.[Constitution 12]


The Constitution

External links

Template:Oceania topic