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|— Vəlāyat of the NKUFCP —|
|- Vali||Ned Greiner|
|Population (16 August 2017)|
Macita (Polish: Makita, Maciti: მაკითა) is a vəlāyat of the Nedlando-Khorașanese Union of Former Colonial Possessions, and a former colony of Nedland. It is located on the island of Hvar, off of the coast of Croatia, in and around the abandoned town of Malo Grablje - known officially as Malenk. It claims to have been established in the year 2013, and after several reformations became what it is known as today. It was previously one of Nedland's two non-controlled territories, the other being Hiddleston and Alonia.
Established in 2013, Macita underwent several reformations of land, government, and principle to become its modern form around July 1, 2015. Modern Macita is known to have taken inspiration from former micronation Bromenia. Its primary founder and former president is Henry Twain, who under the alias "Maciej Wójcik" spent the time from the Maciti founding to modern Macita studying the micronational community. Macita has since begun to open foreign relations.
In 2016, Greiner contacted Twain about annexing Macita. This venture was successful.
Government and Politics
The government of the Maciti Republic was classified as a representative democracy, however is described by some as an extreme free state. due to its intent to create a haven for refugees and those being persecuted. The term is also loosely based on the intent to establish an extreme free state where all may do what they please, be it does not infringe on any others right to life, freedom, and the pursuit of satisfaction. This does, however, reserve the government the right to make certain laws including banning smoking, use of certain drugs, etc.
However, over the course of a year, Wojcik has adopted the ideology of social democracy.
Macita is renown for having had a strong capitalist ideology in its days of independence, emphasizing the earning of one's own personal profit, and the people's right to a free market.