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|Official language||English and French.|
|Head of the Commonwealth||Vicent Branchadell|
|– Foundation||30 July 2017|
The Occitanian Commonwealth, also known by the acronym OC, is an intergovernmental organisation of 3 member states, who share strong diplomatic, historical, political or cultural ties with the Popular Union of Occitania.
The start of the organization
The Occitanian Commonwealth was created on July 30, 2017 by the President of Occitania, Babou Chkaya and the President of the Ruterias Federation, Vladimir Novikov. The links between the two leaders were already very strong, indeed part of this Ruterias Federation had been integrated in Occitania (Himeji). On the same day, the Holy Empire of Artinia joined the Commonwealth. On August 7th, Germax joined the Commonwealth.
On August 13, 2017 after the resignation of Babou Chkaya as Head of the Occitanian Commonwealth, the occitanian Vicent Branchadell was elected with 75% of the members voting (3 out of 4 micronations). Its first action is to exclude the Holy Empire of Artinia, due to their instability.
Head of the Occitanian Commonwealth
The Occitanian Commonwealth is handled by the Head of the Commonwealth, who is elected every three months by the head of states of the member countries.
The Diplomatic Commitee is responsible for the promotion of the organization as well as recruitment and questions to the press.
The Culture Commitee is responsible for the creation of a common culture as well as the organization of joint events.
- Vladimir Novikov (30 July 2017 - present )
The members of the Occitanian Commonwealth participate fully in the political life of the organization.
The observer members of the Occitanian Commonwealth can control the viability of institutions and participate in the cultural life of the organization.
Vladimir Novikov, president