Most Serene Republic of Larberiza

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Most Serene Republic of Larberiza

Coat of Arms

Official language(s)English
Official religion(s)Roman Catholic (term)

GovernmentParliamentary republic
President of Larberiza Gabrijel Vranic

LegislatureChamber of Deputies

Formation15 May 2014
Area Claimed10 m²
CurrencyEuro (€) (EUR)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy Larberiza Today


Officially, the press releases about independence were set on Tuesday, 13 May 2014, but the first activity of the micronation was on the 15 May 2014.

Eugenio Larberizu created the micronation when he read the Declaration of Montevideo. In its early years, Larberiza was a monarchy but quickly changed to Republic because the political leaders realized that this would attract more people.

Eugenio Larberizu won all elections held from 2014-2016. In January 2016 new elections were called and Eugenio Larberizu announced he will not seek re-election because he had run out of ideas to improve the country.

In the 1 February 2016 the Popular Party has won the elections and with its majority in the Chamber of Deputies appointed Juan Bermejo as the new President of Larberiza.

On the 4th February 2016, The Most Serene Republic of Larberiza and the Republic of Iberis signed an agreement of mutual recognition, for which they hope to study in-depth the good use of diplomatic relations and of friendship to improve the cause of the micronations.

On the 5 of February, 2016, Larberiza signed a treaty of Mutual Recognition with the Republic of Estuardo.

In the 22 April 2018, Juan Bermejo announced an election for May 1. Miguel Larberizu, son of the country’s founder, ran for the Democratic Socialist Party.

Miguel Larberizu won the election of 1 May 2016, having been endorsed by the Social Democratic Party.

After the disbandment of the National Government of 27 January 2019, elections were called for 2 February.

In the elections of February 2 of 2019, the Liberal Party won 9 seats and the Popular Party 1 seat. Parliament elected Gabrijel Vranic as the President of Larberiza.

Political system

There is a Chamber of Deputies elected by the citizens every 6 months by universal, free, equal suffrage, direct and secret by a proportional representation system structured around the d’Hondt law. In addition, there is a team of all citizens, that must ratify all initiatives that previously passed by the House. If the Senate rejects a proposal from the Senate Chamber, it will return to be modified as new Senate amendments and will vote in the Senate, a maximum of 3 occasions. In addition, the Senate may pass their own proposals without having to pass the texts by the House.

Political parties

There are three political parties in Larberiza; the Popular Party, the Liberal Party and the Social Democratic Party.

The Liberal Party was created by Gabrijel Vranic in January of 2019.

Logo of the Popular Party

The PPL is a political party created by Juan Bermejo in 2015. The PPL is identified with conservatism, with a strong defence of the Constitution and law enforcement.

Logo of the Social Democratic Party

The SDL is a left-wing political party, created in 2014 by Miguel Larberizu. It is a progressist party who support the open society, the equal rights from all people and the welfare estate.


Larberiza has a unique culture, supported by the creation of postage stamps and sports activities. Football is the biggest sport in the micronation. The only football team is the Larberiza Sports Society (Larberiza SS), was created on 5 September of 2015.


Most citizens are Roman Catholic and still the spiritual line of the Vatican.