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Intermicronational treaty

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Intermicronational treaty is a term typically used to describe multilateral treaties between micronations. Intermicronational treaties are commonly open to ratification by other micronational entities, such as micronations or intermicronational organisations, without restriction. Intermicronational treaties serve to establish a system of rules and standards within micronationalism. While intermicronational treaties have dealt with issues such as climate change and human rights, the most widely adopted intermicronational treaties serve to establish rules and standards on micronationalism as a practice itself. These intermicronational treaties handle practices such as the granting of citizenship and false claims such as the land a micronation controls. (more...)

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Flags of the Musania, Mekniy-Lurk, Pleiso, New Rubix, Obscurium, Duckionary and MicroWiki held by attendees of the 2024 Berlin Diplomatic Meetup infront of the Ernst Thälmann memorial in East Berlin.

 Today in history for 12 July 2024

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Saspearian will enter into a regency period beginning on July 12 due to Emperor Anthony I having jaw surgery, as announced by Anthony I last week. The surgery occurs a few days after the Emperor’s 20th Birthday on July 10...
Music in Dracul is not uncommon, as the nation has created its own national anthem, March, military songs, and commercial music. What’s not so common is everyday music, such as rock, alternative, pop, or in this case metal...
An Act of Parliament passed by the new Regent has given Wrythe a special autonomous status. The Imperial Capital Act 2024, proposed and passed during this year’s ongoing Summer Session of Parliament...
His Imperial Majesty the Emperor and the prime minister Lord Michael took the unusual step today of issuing a joint statement on behalf of the Imperial Government urging Adammic citizens not to vote for the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom general election due to be held on the 4th of July. They have argued that a “National Service” policy proposed by the Conservatives, which would require eighteen-year-olds to either join the British Army for a year or participate in one weekend a month for a year in mandatory “volunteering”, could place “undue legal obligations” on Adammic citizens...
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...

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