Kingdom of Sollena

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Kingdom of Sollena
Sollena flag.pngSollena coat of arms.png

Motto
Merge și-așa
(This is fine too)
Anthem
Imnul Regal
Sollena claimed territory.png
Sollenan claims in red
Capital citySollena City
Largest citySollena City
Official language(s)Romanian
Official religion(s)None[1]
Short nameSollena
DemonymSollenan
GovernmentAbsolute monarchy
- KingSabin I
LegislatureNational Assembly
Established2017
Area claimed10m²
Population0 (Permanent Population)
8 (Citizens)
CurrencySollenan Leu
Time zoneEastern European Time
National animalLynx
Patron saintSaint Pantaleon

Government website

The Kingdom of Sollena, commonly called Sollena, is a micronation located in Mihail Kogălniceanu, Tulcea, Romania. It is surrounded by Romania and is covering 10 square meters. Sollena is an absolute monarchy, run by King Sabin I.

Etymology

"Sollena" is an adaptation of the name of a city in Romania, Sulina. The nation's founder, King Sabin I, adopted this name because he "thought it sounds cool."

History

The Kingdom of Sollena declared its independence on 12 November 2017.

23 April 2018 is the day when Sollena got its first recognition as an independent state, resulting from a Joint Agreement[2] between Sollena and the Metropolitan Electorate of Fidelis.

Sollena has adopted its first Constitution on 30 April 2018.

Government

Sollena is an absolute monarchy, meaning that the ruling monarch has all the legislative, executive and juridical powers. Although the nation has a Constitution, the King's powers aren't limited at all, so Sollena is still considered an absolute monarchy. Sollena's legislature is called the "National Assembly". National Assembly meetings are made up of at least 1 member. National Assembly members are divided in 2 categories:[3]

  • The King, which makes the laws and oversees the other members; and
  • The Advisors, which help the King make decisions.

Every citizen of Sollena can be a National Assembly member, but they will have to be advisors.

References

  1. In Sollena, religious worship is an individual choice and is not regulated by the state.
  2. Images
  3. Article 6 of the Sollenan Constitution

External links