MicroFrancophonie

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MicroFrancophonie
Organisation de la MicroFrancophonie (OMF)

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Headquarters Aigues-Mortes

Official language French

Membership 14 Member nations, 2 observers

Leadership
Secretary General H.I.M. Olivier of Angyalistan
High Commissioner for MicroFrancophonie H.S.H. Prince Jean Pierre IV of Aigues-Mortes

Establishment
Foundation May 30, 2015
Websites www.microfrancophonie.org
Facebook official group

The MicroFrancophonie, OMF (Organisation for MicroFrancophony), is a micronational organisation founded on the 30 of May of 2015 with the purpose of promoting harmony between francophone micronationalists. The OMF wants to be a handy tool for its members. It was first initiated by the Autonomous Province of Valinois—Saint-Castin and the Principality of Aigues-Mortes, and four more nations (Hélianthis, Angyalistan, Republic of Padrhom, Sandus) quickly joined the movement and co-founded the OMF, signing its first Charter on the 30th of August 2015. The Charter was revised on the 27th of May 2016 and can be downloaded from the official website of the Organisation.

The firstSecretary General, from 2015 to 2017 was H.S.H Olivia-Eugénie, princess of Aigues-Mortes.

She was succeeded in 2017 by H.I.M. Olivier (Olivier Touzeau), Emperor of Angyalistan.

The Secretary General is helped by several Deputy Secretaries, currently:

The High Commissioner for MicroFrancophonie is H.S.H. Jean Pierre IV, Prince of Aigues-Mortes.

Members

Currently, the OMF has 14 full members and 2 observers.


Observers

Former members

Summits

Some of the representatives of the nations who took part in the MicroFrancophonie summit in 2016 in Aigues-Mortes.

The first summit of the MicroFrancophonie was held in the Principality of Aigues-Mortes on 23-24. september 2016 and was a big success. It was widely covered by the medias (french newspapers 20Minutes, Figaro, Le Midi Libre, TV Channels FranceTV, C8): see full coverage & more informations on the OMF website: www.microfrancophonie.org/sommet2016.html