New Herway-Anthylls

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Special Administrative Region of New Herway-Anthylls
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Flag
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Coat of arms
Motto: For the grass shall remain grass!
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CapitalNo cities
Official languagesSlin-Englysh
Demonym(s)New Herway-Anthyllian
GovernmentSpecial administrative region
• King
Queen Astrid
• President
Rachel Burklandssen
EstablishmentJanuary 25, 2012
Population
• Census
3
CurrencyNone

New Herway-Anthylls, or officially the Special Administrative Region of New Herway Anthylls, was a national park and special administrative region of the Marxist People's Republic of Burkland. It was notable for its fence borders and its watery plants who get water from a sewer, with the wetlands and the sewer named New Mistria Lake, named after the Mistria Lake in Transmistria.

Etymology

The name New Herway-Anthylls comes from the Herway Department which was only made up of the Anthylls National Park.

History

New Herway-Anthylls was a national park proposal, although it was unknown if it was private property or public property.[1] It was later decided to be public property. A resident near the area also believed it was public property. On February 1, 2012 UTC, it was discovered that the calculations of the area suggest that the region was larger then the Vatican, which was put into doubt inside Burkland. As a result, a recalculation was made. Since there seemed to be no progress they gave up, until Jeremy Oakes said that square units were different from plain units.

Government and politics

New Herway-Anthylls was a special administrative region with an autonomous government. The autonomy in the area was called by Burklandi officials as new autonomy, which means a region of a nation with the same leaders of the whole nation but with different laws. In the region, the laws were very relaxed, and the borders were open to everyone to visit at any time.

Foreign relations

Relations of New Herway-Anthylls, unlike the rest of Burkland, were with individuals who live near New Herway-Anthylls. However, communication was very informal between the New Herway-Anthyllian government and the "locals."

See also

References

  1. Burklandi News 1/24/2012 - The Online Burklandi, retrieved January 29, 2012.