Kingdom of Pibocip
Kingdom of Pibocip
Anthem: Fair Pibocip
|Philip Joseph Pillin|
• Prime Minister
• Chief Justice
|12 July 2000|
|0.00002 km2 (7.7×10−6 sq mi)|
• Water (%)
• 2020 census
|Currency||United States dollar (USD $)|
|Time zone||UTC−05:00 (Eastern)|
|Drives on the||right|
The Kingdom of Pibocip, also colloquially referred to as Pibocip, is a self-proclaimed sovereign state[a], commonly referred to as a micronation by its external observers. The nation is located in northeast Ohio. The Kingdom of Pibocip is a constitutional monarchy with the monarch being the head of state of the nation. The current King of Pibocip is Philip Joseph Pillin who ascended to the throne in 2005 succeeding his mother-in-law Queen Anita who was the first queen and sovereign of the nation and had reigned between 2000 and 2005. The government follows the parliamentary form and the Prime Minister serves as the head of government of the nation. The current Prime Minister is Mr. Ziobert. Members of the royal family, the Crown Prince and Prince Phillip Joseph Pillin also serve as members of the council of ministers. The legislature is known as the Senate which comprises of five members.
The Kingdom is rooted in the social contract theory, catholic social teaching, and practiced using the principle of subsidiarity, the Kingdom of Pibocip stands with all those who are marginalized or oppressed in their society. The nation desires to promote truth, justice, freedom, peace, and love to all people.
- 1 History
- 2 Government
- 3 Foreign relations
- 4 National symbols
- 5 External links
- 6 References
- 7 Notes
The Kingdom of Pibocip was founded on 12 July 2000 by Prince Phillip Joseph Pillin. The first monarch of Pibocip, Her Majesty Queen Anita, was installed and crowned immediately after the foundation of the nation in 2000 and reigned until her death in 2005. She was succeeded by her son-in-law, Prince Philip Joseph Pillin as King Philip Joseph Pillin in 2005. The nation celebrated its 20th foundation anniversary this year in a grand ceremony on 12 July 2020.
The Kingdom of Pibocip is a constitutional monarchy with the King being the head of state of the nation. As a constitutional monarchy, the nation follows absolute primogeniture with the monarch being succeeded by their first born child. The current King of Pibocip is His Majesty King Philip Joseph Pillin who became the monarch in 2005 following the passing away of her mother and Queen Anita, who was the first monarch of Pibocip and had reigned between 2000 and 2005.
The current heir apparent is Crown Prince Phillip Pillin who also serves as the Minister of Home Affairs of the nation. The next in line to the throne is his son, Prince Phillip Joseph Pillin who also serves as the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
List of Pibocian monarchs
|No.||Name||Tenure||Period||Relation with predecessor|
|2000||2005||5 years||N/A |
King Philip Joseph Pillin
Current line of succession
The current line of succession of the Kingdom of Pibocip is as follows:
The Kingdom of Pibocip has signed a number of mutual recognition treaties and entered into bilateral relations with a lot of nations. Apart of bilateral relations, the nation also maintains informal relations with a quite few nations. All functions related to diplomacy and foreign affairs are dealt by H.H. Prince Phillip Joseph Pillin, who is the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the kingdom.
Treaties signed and bilateral relations
- Grand Duchy of Danduros
- Imperium of DeWaCo Estates
- Republic of West Who
- ProHumanity Nation
- Empire of Lehmark
- United Republic of Obscurium
- State of Vishwamitra
- Sovereign and Independent Nation-State of Nitanistan
- People's Republic of Renderfeit
- Paxton-Church Accord
List of national and official symbols of Pibocip
|National Flag||National flag of Pibocip|
|National coat of arms||National coat of arms of Pibocip|
|National motto||Lumen gentium
Light to the Nations
|National anthem||Fair Pibocip|
|National colour||Red, White and Black|
- The Kingdom of Pibocip is also often referred to as a sovereign state under international law.