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Kingdom of Minahasa
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| Minahasa |
Si Tou Timou Tumou Tou (first)
Tuhan adalah gembalaku (last)
Claimed area in Minahasa as in December 2015
|Official language(s)||Manado Malay |
|Government||Presdiential republic (first) |
Absolute monarchy (last)
|- Head of state||William T. S.|
|Established||27 July 2015 (as Republic)|
|Disestablished||3 January 2016|
|Time zone||UTC +8|
the micronation of Minahasa was an former micronation located mostly on northern Sulawesi. The Minahasan government is based on absolute monarchy. It was an attempt to revive the nation of Minahasa, but the attempt was ultimately a failure due to territorial dispute with the Kingdom of Al Rasyid Darussalam and Minahasa were disbanded five months later.
On 29 July 2015, Minahasa was declared independent as a republic which located on Sulawesi. On 27 August 2015, the Minahasan government became a monarchy with the same leader. Four months later, the monarch decided to disestablished the nation.