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|Motto: Ad agusta per angusta (Latin: Through difficulties to the stars)|
|King Samuel I|
|Establishment||17 March 2022|
|Currency||Abol (Tied to US dollar)|
|Time zone||CST/CDT (UTC-6:00)|
The Mermont Commonwealth[a] (Spanish: Mancomunidad de Mermont), commonly referred to as Mermont ,[b] is a micronation claiming sovereignty from the United States. Mermont is located within the city of [[w:Frisco,_Texas Frisco, Texas], and was founded by Rittler] on March 17, 2022. Because it is currently a new micronation, Mermont only consists of 1 person, it's founder.
In its current state, the Mermont Commonwealth is an absolute monarchy. There are plans to transition into a constitutional monarchy in the future.
Mermont is divided into two districts: Galene and Silverado. Galene is a 13-acre plot of land marked with lakes and a stream dividing the territory. Silverado is marked with a large lake and a wooded area and a playground.
From 2015 to 2019, the northern side of the Miramonte neighborhood was constructed. The area consisted of several houses and a large park area spanning roughly 12 acres.
In March 2022, fed up with his perceived lack of proper citizen representation, Rittler declared independence from the United States. Mermont was formed in the neighborhood's park area and an equally large parcel of land a few blocks south.
The official language of Mermont is English, with Spanish being the second language.
Mermont is currently a Secularist state, but the King has stated he is open government to religious views..
Politics and government
The government of Mermont is currently an absolute monarchy.
|Galene||March 17, 2022||1||King Samuel I||N/A|
|Silverado||March 17, 2022||0||N/A||Stellland|
|Name of holiday||Date|
|New Year's Day||1 January|
|King's Day||4 January|
|Independence Day||17 March|
|Mother's Day||10 May|
|Memorial Day[c]||25 May|
|Father's Day||21 June|
|Victory Day for Allied nations||2 September|
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