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Republic of Pinang
The Republic Pinang was foundator member of CTASIO.
Republic of Pinang
18 April 2018- 11 June 2018
|Motto||Democracy, Freedom and Progress|
|Full name||Republic of Pinang|
|Official name||Repubblica di Pinang|
|Religions||Catholicism and Atheism|
|Form of government||Semi-Presidential Republic|
|Population||9 (including 8 citizens) (4 June 2018)|
|Time zone||UTC +1 (UTC + 2 in summer)|
|National holiday||18 April|
Pinang was born on April 18, 2018. The next day the elections are held and the president of the Golden Party wins. On April 24th the constitution is approved. On May 8 the president founded the CTASIO. On May 21 a referendum is held to enter the Kermadec Union.
The Pinang's crisis
The dark days
On June 4, the president accuses the minister of foreign affairs of organizing a revolution. The next day he is accused of false accusations and is banned for 5 days. The Minister of Foreign Affairs organizes a referendum to anticipate the elections. The following day the Minister of Foreign Affairs surrenders.
The second part
The second part is dominated by the conflict between the People's Republic of Duke and a member of the Microwiki forum.
The Republic of Pinang was an unitary Republic. The president was elected every 3 months and he appointed the vice-president and the prime minister. The prime minister appointed the ministers and was the head of the parliament. The parliament was composed of the president, the prime minister and the ministers. The senators of the parliament had the judicial power. The parliament had five senators.
|Party||Leader||Political Collocation||Seats in the Parliament|
|Military Party||Mayor of Bazhong Bazhong||centre|
|Popular Anarchic Party||Mayor of New Piniang||centre|
The ministries were:
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Ministry of the Interior
- Ministry of Defense and Public Security
- Military Forces
- Statal Police