Republic of Skjalmarr

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The Republic of Skjalmarr declared it's independence on the 3rd March 2019, the first, and currently only, national day of the republic. On this date, it's provisional government was formed on this date, and it's 1st and current president, His Excellency Daniel Wilde, was sworn in on this date as well.


The Republic of Skjalmarr is an exclave of West Lancashire, United Kingdom. It is located in a valley, and is between the British cities of Manchester and Liverpool. It does, however, hold territory in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, and Melbourne, Australia. The capital city is Skjalmarrsdall, and the largest city is Seksmillcryss. Other settlements include Skogovtarl, Leirybyvei and Sørbredden. It considers itself to be a Scandinavian nation, by heritage.

As of 2019, the estimated population of the republic is 16.


The provisional government of the SR was formed on the 23rd March 2019. It is a presidential system, with the president elected by first-past-the-post vote by the government.

The government wishes to adopt a hybrid system of the governmental systems of the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

The government is set to vote on the flag and anthem of the Republic on the 24th March 2019. Should this bill be passed, the very first bill of the government of the SA will be passed, which will be called: 'National Symbols Act 2019'.

Currently, there are no governmental or cabinet-level offices.


The current exports of the Republic of Skjalmarr are as follows: - 65% Finance - 35% Education - 5% Construction

The average GDP per capita in the republic currently stands at £27,550, making it the 49th average richest nation [1] in the world, placing it between Latvia and Greece.

National Symbols


As the Republic sees herself as a Scandinavian nation, it has followed the general Scandinavian flag format: File:Skjalmarr Republic.jpg

National Anthem

The current proposed national anthems for the republic are:

'The Swan' by Camille Saint-Saens, or:

'The Russian National Anthem' by the Red Army Choir.

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