Organization of European Micronations

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Official Logo (since 8 January 2022).
Meeting Venure OEM Discord Server
Official languages Arabic, Bulgarian, Bengali, English, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Irish, Latin, Ligurian, Maltese, Romanian, Serbian
Membership
Leadership
Chairman Matthew Tonna
Vice-Chairman NevJev

(Withdrawn and Resigned)

General Secretary None elected yet.
Supreme Judge None elected yet.
History
– Foundation 10 September 2021
- First Chairman Elections 6-7 December 2021
Discord Server

Treaty of Hamburg

The Organization of European Micronations (OEM) is an intermicronational organisation, focused on the unification of European Micronations. It originated as an idea of 2 people: Chandrachur Basu and President of the Belcity Republic, Lorenzo Marquez, with the help of President Iordan Luca-Nicolae of the Republic of Istria, and President Matthew Tonna of the Democratic Christian Republic of Melite. The OEM currently has all it's members from Europe.

History

Treaty of Hamburg

The Treaty of Hamburg is the first and most important document of the OEM, the foundational Act that established institutions, divisions, membership, how different decisions are made, how different institutions are to be choose. This document was written by President Iordan Luca-Nicolae of Istria and represents the garant of the Independence of the OEM. The Treaty was choose to be signed at Hamburg, the capital of Istria as a sign of respect and recognition of the work of the President of Istria. Co-authors were the Melite President, Matthew Tonna, and the Belcity President Lorenzo Marquez. This act was signed by all the Full Members, and as it states, by later members that follow the membership requirements at Article J of the Treaty.

It is structured on articles and Parts, and also has a final section of Declarations, declareing different important issues such as Eastern and Western European Subgroups, Official Languages and Special Administrative Regions.

Tonna Era