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People's Republic of Falknov
People's Republic of Falknov
Anthem: Hope of tomorrow
and largest city
|Ethnic groups (2020)||Czechs (100%)|
|Demonym||Falkovian, Falknovian (official)|
|Government||The dictatorship of the proletariat, Socialist republic|
|Peter Simon Malček|
• declared independence
|23 September 2020|
|0.0 km2 (0 sq mi)|
• Water (%)
|Currency||Czech koruna (CZK)|
|Time zone||PRFT (UTC+1:00:00)|
|Date format||dd. mm. yyyy|
|Drives on the||right|
|Internet TLD||.prf (reserved, not used)|
The People's Republic of Falknov (Czech: Lidová Republika Falknov), colloquially Falknov, is a small self-declared country, commonly known as a micronation, in Central Europe. The People's Republic of Falknov declared independence from the Czech Republic on 23 September 2020, which was initiated by revolutionary leader Peter Simon Malček. Within the republic, declaration of independence is acknowledged as full-fledged revolution although no greater actions were taken. According to Resolution of Central committee, the People's Republic of Falknov is a socialist state led by the dictatorship of the proletariat. The head of state is General secretary of People's Republic of Falknov, the second-highest position is Chairman of Council of people's Commissars. The highest and the only legislature is the Parliament of People's Republic of Falknov and executive power is held between General Secretary and Council of people's Commissars.
The People's Republic of Falknov is a landlocked state, claiming a town of Sokolov and other administrative units in the vicinity. It borders the Czech Republic. The People's Republic of Falknov has 14 administrative units including the capital city. Most of the population is accustomed to Czech nationality.
- 1 History
- 2 Goverment and politics
- 3 Culture
- 4 References and notes
Prior to its independence, the territory of the People's Republic of Falknov was a part of the Lands of the Bohemian Crown, Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. In autumn of 2020, great comrade Peter Simon Malček have led successful revolution and liberated Falkov from corrupted hands. This revolution was waged on the impulse of reaction to retentive instability in the region of Falknov and poor quality of life.
On 23 September 2020 an official Declaration of independence of People's Republic of Falknov - the document was written and the revolution was in full force. Demands stated in the document were not taken into account by Homeland of Sokolov/Falknov region and thus Central Committee and General secretary began to act as quickly as possible to achieve some resolution. First Council of people's Commissars was formed and reforms were the order of the day. Mostly there were only bureaucratic reforms regarding that Falknov is a very poor state and thus many real reforms can not be realised now.
Goverment and politics
The People's Republic of Falknov is a socialist state led by the dictatorship of the proletariat, with the General secretary of People's Republic of Falknov and Chairman of Council of people's Commissars as heads of the state.
Political parties are banned from the decision of the first sitting of parliament except for Communist party of Falkov, which is the only one eligible to form a government.
|Komunistická strana Falknova
(Communist party of Falkov)
|KSF (CPF)||Peter Simon Malček||Left-wing||Communism||20|
General secretary and Chairman
The General secretary and Chairman are formal heads of state with powers not yet determined. Both are elected in the case of General secretary they are elected fot lifetime or party can revoke their mandate and Chairman is elected every two months directly by the citizens. Every citizen can be elected only for one term a year for both positions. Current General secretary is Peter Simon Malček and current Chairman is Martin Brožek.
Legislative and executive power
The Parliament holds legislative power and thus members of parliament propose and pass new laws signed by General secretary. Executive power is shared between General secretary and Council of people's Commissars. According to resolution Council of people's Commissars is formed only by Communist party of Falknov, exactly by winning candidates and party chairman.
Laws and justice
The People's Republic of Falknov is an unitary state with a civil law system based on the Czechoslovak socialist republic law system. The basis of the legal system is the Resolution of Central committee adopted in september 2020. If something is not specified by laws of People's Republic of Falknov, Czech law applies. The People's Republic of Falknov does not have courts, however when needed, they're supplanted by the government.
The military of the People's Republic of Falknov consists of APRF. The APRF are unprofessional and barely equipped militia created for case of attack on the People's Republic of Falknov. As soldiers of the APRF are enlisted all citizens of the People's Republic of Falknov, meaning that currently it can mobilize X soldiers. The APRF is disbanded for most of time, and is mobilized only on government resolution. The General secretary is the Commander-in-chief.
The Culture of the People's Republic of Falknov is similar to culture of the Czech Republic, from which was declared independence.
The People's Republic of Falknov doesn't have any remarkable artists, however it's citizens patricipate to regional literature or arts competitions. There are also plans to create a few amateur movies.
Most of the state holidays of the People's Republic of Falknov were taken from the Czech Republic.
There are also important days celebrated in the Gymnasium State, but their current list is only provisional and created from selected important days of the Czech Republic.
List of public holidays
|1. January||New Year's Day||Beginning of new year.|
|1. May||Labour Day|
|9. May||Victory Day||End of Second World War in Europe in 1945.|
|5. July||Saints Cyril and Methodius Day||Church teachers St. Cyril (Constantine) and|
|6. July||Jan Hus Day||The religious reformer Jan Hus was burned at the stake in 1415.|
|23. September||Independence Day||Foundation of the People's Republic of Falknov|
|28. September||St. Wenceslas Day||St. Wenceslas, Duke of Bohemia was murdered by his brother in 929 or 935.|
|7. November||October Revolution Day||Commemorating the winning revolution of Bolshevik party and establishing new government in 1917.|
|17. November||Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day||Commemorating the student demonstration against Nazi occupation in 1939.|
|24. December||Christmas Eve||Celebration of Christmas.|
|25. December||Christmas Day|
|26. December||Second Christmas Day|