Plurinational State of Richensland

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Plurinational State of Richensland
2020–2021
Flag
Flag
Emblem
Emblem
Motto
Sit Nomine Digna
("May she be worthy of her name")
Anthem
"Rise, O Voices of Richensland"
Capital Sjerelyslau
Languages English, Afrikaans, and Dutch
Demonym Australisian
Government Unitary one-party transitional government (November 2020 - May 2021) under a dictatorship (November 2020 - May 2021)
Grand Duke
 •  (2020-2021) Daniel Hamilton
Margrave
 •  (2021) Patrick Kenny
Prime Minister
 •  2020 Jared B
 •  2020 Patrick Kenny
 •  2021 Cameron Koehler
 •  2021 Rory McPhail
 •  2021 Tucker Gladden
 •  2021 Isaiah David
History
 •  Founded as Commonwealth of Australis 8 April 2020
 •  Unified Royal States proclaimed 6 May 2021
 •  Duchy proclaimed 28 May 2021
 •  Succeeded by Swannia 8 September 2021

The Plurinational State of Richensland (PSR), also known as the First Republic, was a transitional government which governed Richensland from 3 November 2020 to 2 May 2021, after the Declaration of Establishment of the Plurinational State of Richensland was signed by former prime minister M. Ryan, future vice president Aniq Sufyan and Nayli Aleesya. It succeded the Kingdom of Richensland, which it overthrew and preceded the Second Republic (May - October 2021).

History

Immediately after the overthrow of the monarchy, M. Ryan, was practically left in charge of the nation. Knowing that it was not likely possible to govern the nation without the help of the Guardian Leader, he appointed himself the president and Aniq Sufyan, who he overthrew as the vice president.

M. Ryan resigned on 18 November 2020 and as a consequence Aniq Sufyan became the president. The office of prime minister which was vacant as the time, needed to be occupied as it was the head of government. For that reason, he appointed his cousin Rifqi Hanif as the prime minister on 5 December 2020.

To replace himself as the vice president, he appointed Nayli Aleesya but she resigned on 11 December. Rifqi was then appointed as the subsequent vice president.

Activities

The PSR had several goals in mind to achieve.

The PSR changed Richensland's government from an monarchy to a republic. It planed to write an interim constitution for the nation which was achieved on January 8, 2021. Part of that change included changing the head of state, moving such status from the King of Richensland to the President of Richensland, with M. Ryan as its inaugural holder. However, the title of Guardian Leader and the office of prime minister, ministries and overall system of governance was retained.

Richensland was only aware of the wider micronational community from this point of time onwards and so it became the duty of the PSR to desolate the nation and present Richensland as a reputable micronation to other micronations. Instead of that happening, the plan of advertising the nation backfired (see controversies).

Controversies

The PSR intended a friendly presence on the wider micronational community. Instead, the PSR started the Richenslandic Diplomatic Crisis, after an unsuccessful attempt on joining the Grand Unified Micronational. This tarnished the reputation of the PSR effective immediately, though the aforementioned crisis' effect is not felt as much as initially as when it started

Leaders

Name Tenure Party President
President of Richensland
M. Ryan 3 - 18 November 2020 M. Ryan
Aniq Sufyan 18 November 2020 - 2 May 2021 Aniq Sufyan
Vice President of Richensland
Aniq Sufyan 3 - 18 November 2020 M. Ryan
Nayli Aleesya 18 November - 11 December 2020 Aniq Sufyan
Rifqi Hanif 11 December 2020 - 2 May 2021
Prime Minister of Richensland
Rifqi Hanif 5 December 2020 - 2 May 2021 Aniq Sufyan

Notes