Quebexit

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Quebexit; a portmanteau of "Quebecois" and "exit") is the withdrawal of the United People's Republic of Quebec (UPRQ) from the Concordian Unional Organisation (CUO), and the Concordia Pact. Following the 2019 Quebecois coup d'état attempt, the republic had realized it's closest allies were planning to overthrow the republic, the President Aidan McGrath, decided for the saftey of all Quebecois they must end relations with those nations and leave the organisations which those nations are in. Later down the line it became know as Quebexit, inspried by the United Kingdoms own Brexit.

Withdrawal from the COU has been advocated by the left-wing, while pro-concordians, who also span the political spectrum. It became more popular to leave these organisations. aproval rates of Ikonia and Kapreburg were at a all time low. It became popular in an interview with Vice President of UPRQ, Dylan Sweet had to say,

It's not the fact they attempted a military overthrow, its the fact there were our allies.
— Dylan Sweet, 2019

On 29 March 2017, the United Peoples Republic of Quebec revoked there signature from the Concordia Pact, Concordian Unional Organisation and possibly the Grand Unified Micronational, he also announce that the maximum time of leaving the organisations could be delayed till August 2019. Aidan McGrath later announced that,

I'm sure my people dont want to be in an organisation with people who cant follow rules by there own signature.
— Aidan McGrath, 2019

30 May 2019, it was further decided to stay in the Grand Unified Micronational. as a result of this the leaving of these organisation began to be know as Quebexit.