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Cooperative Republic of Molidia
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Capital cityLa Muela
Official language(s)Spanish
- PresidentJuan Antonio Martínez Navarro
Twitter of Molidia

Molidia, more commonly known as "Republic of Molidia", is a micronation established in Spain on the 27 of august of 2019.


The name of the nation is due to the conjunction of the appearance of a moonfish that jumped in line with the Moon and with the Sierra de La Muela in the background.


Molidia was created on 27 August 2019, after three friends went sailing one morning and decided to create a community where they could give an outlet to their artistic and cultural projects and initiatives.

Politics and government

The Constitution of Molidia establishes a bicameral parliamentary system, through the Council, which is the general assembly of all citizens over 18, and the Senate of the Republic.

Senators are elected each year through the Council, and may be re-elected.

The Senate is responsible for drawing up Molidia's budgets and balance sheets, for ensuring compliance with and interpreting the nation's regulations, for dictating the internal rules of organization and any other task not expressly assigned to the Council or the Government.

In addition, the Senate may dismiss the Presidency of Molidia in the event of serious breach of the legislation in force or national destabilization, by immediately calling a Council in extraordinary session to elect a new Government.

The Constitution of Molidia enshrines a system of direct democracy, in which, through the Council, the general assembly of citizens over 18 years of age takes decisions to appoint senators, decide on available funds, approve budgets for income and expenditure for each year, approve the plan of activities, approve internal regulations, approve distinctions and sanctions for citizens, as well as the study and approval of proposals submitted by the Government and the Senate.

However, in order to facilitate the participation and monitoring of activities and decision-making, citizens organize themselves through political activism formations, creating currents that make them easily identifiable for those citizens who have the same political interests and concerns.