Plush Nation Cooperation Union

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Plush Nation Cooperation Union
Intermicronational organisation
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Headquarters PNCU Discord Server

Official language English

Membership 5 full members

Leadership
General Secretary Vilcho (Macmillan)
President of the Council Cristi (Plushunia)
President of the Assembly Prince Zed I
Supreme Justice Maximilian I (Edelein)
Establishment
– Foundation August 2019

The Plush Nation Cooperation Union, also known by its acronym PNCU and by its semi-formal name Plush Union was a micronational organisation which aimed to promote and help micronations recognising plush toys as citizens and to aid the establishment of diplomatic relations between its member states. It was founded in early August 2019 by Plushunia, Edelein, Macmillan, Aenopia and Aenopian Plushunia. Currently, there are 5 member nations/states and 1 observer nation.

The Organisation was mostly Discord-based until its eventual dissolution in late 2019.

Members

Due to the PNCU being relatively young, the organisation only had 4 full members. In order to become a full member, said nation had to be an observer for a total of the 14 days until their membership is voted on. This rule does apply for founding members.

Full Members at time of dissolution

Not in order of date of joining...

Flag Micronation Join date Capital City Code Notes
PlushuniaFlag2.png Plushunia 8 August 2019 Plușeni PU Founding Member
Macmillan Flag v3.png Macmillan 8 August 2019 Macmillan City MA Founding Member

Former Members

Flag Micronation Join date Capital City Code Notes Reason
Aenopia flag.svg Empire of Aenopia 8 August 2019 New Llandudno AE Withdrawl
Flag of Edelein.png Edelein 8 August 2019 Frankbaden MA Founding Member Dissolved
Aenopian Plushunia.png Aenopian Plushunia 8 August 2019 New Machynlleth MA Founding Member Withdrawl

Observer Nations

Flag Micronation Join date Capital City Code Notes
PRPH flag.png Ponderosa Hills 8 August 2019 Arastraville MA Does not currently recognise plush toys as citizens