Palasian Soviet Republic

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Palasian Soviet Republic

2012 — present


Forward for the Palasian Idea
- Workers of the World, Unite!
Palasia is landlocked by the United Kingdom
Capital cityRenford
Largest cityDenton
Official language(s)English
Official religion(s)State Sanctioned Religions
Short namePalasia
GovernmentSocialist Republic
- First SecretaryJohn Gordon
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LegislatureLower Soviet
- Type - Unicameral
- Number of seats - 3
- Last election - 25th August 2012
Established17th February 2012
CurrencyBysum (bY)
Time zoneGMT
National dishJacket Potatoes
National drinkLatte
National animalRabbit

East Palasia, or officially the Palasian Soviet Republic was a constituent socialist republic within the UEASSR and seat of the Palasian Soviet. It is a micronation within the British Isles entirely landlocked by the United Kingdom. It was founded after on July 2012 after its predecessor Firdanor dissolved due to its instability. The Federal Commonwealth of Palasia is a "Sixth World" micronation with a score of 7 (including Honorary Subjects) under the Boodlesmythe-Tallini System.



The Land before claimed by Palasia it was part of a housing estate called Abbey Estate in which the now palasia stands, following a dispute with the Local Government,we decided to declare independance.

Dad's Army

The external scenes for the BBC1 TV series Dad's Army were filmed in and around the town with Thetford's (in which Palasia is situated, macronationaly) flint buildings doubling for Walmington-on-Sea

Palasia has a wide range within its foreign policy that allows the diplomacy with micronations of diverse origins or political background, of which was limited with former incarnations of the current Nation.

Armed Forces of Palasia

  • Palasian Peoples Army

The Palasian Armed Forces is the main defense force for the State and People and will defend it against all threats, its roles are also for ceremonial purposes.

Commander -Chairman John Gordon