Kingdom of Numancia
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| Reino de Numancia |
Comunera Terra ad æternum
Tierra fría y pura
|Government||Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy|
|- King||Jorge I|
|- Presidente||José Manuel Valcárcel López|
|- Type||- Unicameral|
|- Number of seats||- 54|
|- Last election||- January 24th. 2016|
|Established||February 2th. 2015|
|Area claimed||700 km2|
|Population||65000 Reclaimed Population. 72 members of the micronation|
|Time zone||UTC +1|
|Patron saint||St. Saturio|
The Kingdom of Numancia, more commonly known as simply Numancia is a micronation located in the Spanish province of Soria. The nation consists of 12 non-contiguous territories within the province of Soria, in Spain. The form of government of the Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system, defined by the Constitution of the Kingdom, the fundamental law. The current monarch and so far is only emperor George I, who ruled from Numancia since it was founded on February 2, 2015. The capital city is Soria. The kingdom is composed of sixteen City-State. Numancia has a very small service-based economy and the main source of government revenue is through voluntary contributions. Intermicronationally, Numancia is fast becoming a micronation reputable, and is part of the Iberian Micronations Union and the Organization for Cooperation and Development of micronations.
While the foundation of the Micronation, this was called "Independent Kingdom of the Numantine Land" After the new Constitution of 2016, the name of the kingdom is simply changed to "Numancia".
The origin of this name comes from the settlers of the province entities in Celtiberians times.
The Independent Kingdom of the Numantine Land was founded by King George I on February 2, 2015. The initial group of micronationalists amounted to 40 people, all from the northern half of Spain.
George I was the head of government in the Kingdom of Numancia until the first hard-fought election, which won the Leader of the Conservative Party of Numancia, Luis Fernandez Soria.
The numantine state continued to increase contacts with other micronations micronational Hispanic sphere.
On 24 November, Luis Fernandez resigned from office in the Kingdom of Numancia and call elections due to inactivity he was suffering.
The elections were held on November 8, 2016 where he presented a new political party, the Party "micronational Truth", which aims to dismantle the state simulationist Numancia.
Finally, this party won the elections gaining 76 of the 150 possible seats.
This party, along with the Constitutional Commission of the Parliament of Numancia, was commissioned to create a new constitution for the Kingdom of Numancia. Finally, again they hold elections for January 26 which again won Juan Manuel Valcarcel.
Government and Politics
Numancia's Kingdom is a unitary state and has a constitutional monarchy where the monarch is the head of state. The current king is emperor Jorge I. The present constitution of the Kingdom was formed in January 2016 and sets out the powers of the monarch, and the coding system of government. The Numantine system is based on elements of the Principality of Andorra and the Kingdom of Spain. The legislature is made by Parliament, which in its 80% are elected members, and the remaining 20% are deputies elected by King George. By default, the legislation (taking the form of royal decrees) has an effect on the sixteen city-states.
The Monarch is known as the King if male, and Queen if female. The position is hereditary. The Monarch has significant powers that can be exercised through Legislative Order, one of the two main forms of legislation in the Kingdom. In addition to this, the Monarch occupies a number of positions, such as Commander of the Numantine Army.
The National Parliament is the legislature body of the Reino. It is unicameral and is made up of the 3 members of every city-states and elected deputies from the king Jorge I, who are elected every year. The Parliament can vote to legislate through Royal decrees. As a balance to this, the Council can vote to overturn Royal Legislatives Orders. There are five active political parties with seats on the Parliament: the Verdad Micronacional party, the Conservative Party, The National Socialist Party, the Liberal Center Union and the Communist Republican Party. There's a Royal Parliamentary Group and a extra-parliamentary political force called "Spanish Party"
As the Kingdom has a parliamentary system, the Government, the executive branch, is made up and is accountable to the members of the Parliament. The head of government is the President, who is elected out of the members of the Parliament annually by the citizens of Numancia. The current President is Juan Manuel Valcárcel, who was first elected on November 8, 2015. The President appoints members of the Council to be the Ministers of various government departments known as Ministries. The Ministers form a committee known as the Cabinet, whereas all other government staff fall under the umbrella of the National Civil Service Corps.
The entity responsible for handling judiciary issues in Numancia is the Supreme Court. The judge of this court is a member appointed by two thirds of the parliament, with the Justice Minister as a backup judge.
The total surface area of the Kingdom of Numancia is approximately 700 km² (270 m2). Sixteen municipalities in the Spanish province of Soria. The highest point in the Empire is at the mountain called Moncayo, 2314 meters above sea level.
By Royal Decree 2/2016, on Territorial Division of the Kingdom, sorianas are sixteen cities that will depend on the Kingdom of Numancia. These are: "Soria Vinuesa, Berlanga de Duero, Valdeavellano de Tera Almarza, San Pedro Manrique, Burgo de Osma, San Esteban de Gormaz, Garray, Monteagudo Vicaria Gómara, Agreda, Ólvega, Almazán, Medinaceli and Arcos de Jalón ".
The Kingdom has a very small economy and a market which is currently completely unregulated, with a handful of government-owned and private companies. The Kingdom has the Numantian Central Bank and its own currency, the Sal. Numancia is also reliant on goods and services provided in Spain, which may in turn come from other sovereign states. Utilities, almost all food, transportation and equipment are all imported in this manner. Citizens of Numancia are also reliant on Spain for full-time employment and minors are dependent on Spain for education.