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Indigenous nation

Muruwari—an Aboriginal Australian people—holding a flag of the Murrawarri Republic indigenous nation.

An indigenous nation is a secessionist territorial micronation in which Indigenous peoples claim pre-existing sovereignty over their parent macronation as a nation—a community (society) of people, usually composed of one ethnicity, possessing a roughly defined territory and government. Indigenous nations claim statehood under the presumption that their residents themselves are the pre-eminent legal authority of its claimed territory. As such, they are hard secessionist in nature and are far less likely to practice macronational privilege (the act of adopting a parent macronation's laws to avoid criminal persecution) compared to other micronations. They seldom participate in the intermicronational community. Most Indigenous nations are established in Australia within the context of the Australian Indigenous Sovereignty movements. (more...)

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Attendees of the 1st Inter-Pacific Summit of Micronations held in Taipei on 9 December 2023 and cohosted by the New Rubix Republic and Principality of Hershwell.

 Today in history for 27 May 2024

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Last weekend’s general election concluded on Monday night with the Liberal-Moderates narrowly retaining their three Ruling Council seats, making it likely that they will stay in power, despite receiving only 8 first preferences to the 9 received by independent candidates...
Emperor Jonathan I has announced he is stepping back from leadership of Austenasia, instituting a regency. The Senate has appointed Aggelos of Imvrassia as Prince Regent...
In a surprising move, His Royal Highness Stephen, Prince of Dracul, has dissolved the National Parliament of Dracul citing prolonged inactivity as the primary reason. This marks a significant development in the governance of the nation, as it is not the first time the Parliament has faced dissolution due to similar issues...
His Imperial Majesty the Emperor used his annual Foundation Day speech at White Gold Palace on Saturday the 13th to announce the long-awaited general election, which will take place over the weekend of the 18th-19th of May. Three national councilors will be elected...
Saturday 13th April saw further territorial expansion for the Empire of Austenasia, with two new sites being claimed. The first, Garelsh, is comprised of the garden of a residential property in Marlow, in the British...
The 2024 Micronational Olympic Federation (MOF) eGames, hosted this year by Slitronia, reached its conclusion a few days ago, marking the end of spirited cyber-athletic competition among 18 nations represented by 22 cyletes (cyber athletes) across 11 events.
Earlier today, Unueco, the capital of Saspearian, and many other places across North America saw a fascinating event: a Total Solar Eclipse. Millions who live in many cities across the United States, Mexico, and Canada were on the path for this event. There was much anticipation for the Total Solar Eclipse due to its presence and remarkability...
The Ruling Council earlier today passed the landmark Freedom of Information Act 2024, giving all full citizens the right to request certain information from the government and other public authorities. The bill, which was originally proposed by the Liberal-Moderates as far back as 2020...

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