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Anthem: Symphony No. 9 MVMT IV by Antonin Dvorak
|Recognised national languages||French|
|Ethnic groups |
|Government||Semi-direct democracy under a unitary presidential republic|
|Leon Montan (disputed)|
• Independence from People's Federation of Quebec
|7 November 2019|
|2,072 km2 (800 sq mi)|
|GDP (nominal)||2019 estimate|
|$15 SF ▲|
• Per capita
|Date format||/ /|
- - (AD)
|Patron saint||St. George|
|Internet TLD||.Sauveuse (de jure)|
.ml (de facto)
Sauveuse, officially the Sauveuse Republic, is a self-proclaimed sovereign state or micronation, landlocked within the the U.S state of Michigan. It has a unitarian presidential government, with a dominating Conservative Party in power, as the President, Aidan McGrath, rules over it.
The word Sauveuse comes from the french world "Savior", which in Christianity means God or Jesus Christ as the redeemer of sin and saver of souls.
The first and current President, Aidan McGrath fully created the Republic's laws, principals and flag. Since 7 November 2019, the Republic has not entered into a diplomatic issue with any other micronation.'
Declaration of independence
In the afternoon on 7 November 2019, then President of the People's Federation of Quebec began to think upon how the Federation and its members where. McGrath always had thought that his former Communist Party was the majority when it was not. McGrath without a vote dissovled the PFQ and formed the Sauveuse Republic where you could "be and do what you want to be", as he said in a interview. It is debated whether McGrath had any legal right to dissolved the PFQ and that the PFQ is de facto still here since no vote was made for the government change.
The main culture of Sauveuse derives from the US State of Michigan, and the country of Canada. Religions practiced and recognized by the government are Roman catholicism. Internet culture is also very common in Quebec, such as with memes. Demographically and ethnically, Quebec considers itself to be very diverse due to its roots coming from all around the world.
Music is the most frequent form of Sauveuse culture. Rock and roll music, and Rap music are perhaps one of the most influential aspect of Sauveuse culture. Three of the most listened artists are XXXTentacion, the classic rock band, Queen, and the British folk-band, the Beatles.
Architecture in Sauveuse is very classical and mostly are Gothic Revival style or Art Deco, with the exception of a few modern buildings.
One of the Most famous structures built is the Uniroyal Giant Tire. The tire was designed by the same company that made the iconic, "Empire State Building", Shreve, Lamb & Harmon. The tire first debuted at the 1964 New York World's Fair as the US Royal Giant Tire Ferris Wheel. The wheel carried over two million people, including prominent passengers such as Jacqueline Kennedy, Telly Savalas, and the Shah of Iran. After the fair it was relocated to Michigan on the side of I-94 and now currently sits in Sauveuse territory.
In the Sauveuse Republic, transportation between areas is key. The Kingdom has adapted there own MUTCD inspired road signs and has even created and installed national highways. Quebec is also has a Railway system being used from already existing tracks on parts of the Detroit.
Languages and dialects
In Sauveuse, there a multiple languages including, English, and French. What makes Sauveuse's english different from most of the world is that they use symbols and letters from what is now known as Old English. These symbols include, the Interrobang and the Inverted question and exclamation marks.
In Sauveuse, there is a very big community of Environmentalists, who believe in ideas of power with clean energy, like Wind or Solar. Sauveuse however does not have enough funding to afford its own power system. Most electrical power comes from the Enrico Fermi Nuclear Generating Station, also know as, Fermi. Fermi is disliked by many Sauveuse citizens for the safety and stability of the plant. Fermi has even had a "partial meltdown", in the 1960s, this is what fears most people in Quebec. These ideas made the imfamous book by John G. Fuller, We Almost Lost Detroit a popular hit.
National holidays practiced by the Kingdom of Quebec are significant to the countries history, and culture.
|Relaxation Day||April 2||A day to have fun and relax|
|Quebec Day||April 27||A day to celebrate the foundation of the Kingdom|
|Victory Day||May 9||Celebrate the Allies win over Axis powers|
|National Poppy Day||May 24||Sacrifice worn by Sauveuse since War on Terror to honor those who served and died|
|Resistance Day||November 30||A day to Protest against any problems or issues that the nation is in|
Government and politics
The government is a absolute monarchy, with a bicameral government. The upper house, the House of Lords, consists of the speaker, and all peers of Quebec. The lower house, House of Commons, consists of the Cabinet Ministers and a speaker.
Sauveuse's Unitary structure puts all representation usually managed by the Central government. Sauveuse's Unitary system puts everything mostly under an centralized governing rule.
List of political parties
||Right||Aidan McGrath||7 November 2019|
The Constitution of Sauveuse is the supreme law of the country, and consists of written text and unwritten conventions and deals.
Foreign relations and military
The Sauveuse Republic recognizes these sovereign states, and their colonies.
- Grand Unified Micronational member states
- Austenasia (19 October 2018)
- Adammia (19 October 2018)
- Eureka (5 June 2019)
- Molossia (10 November 2018)
- New Westphalia (27 May 2019)
- Grand Unified Micronational member state
- Micronational Fédération Football
- Nordic Micronational Union observer
- Organisation of American States head state
Provinces and territories
Sauveuse is a unitary state composed of 3 provinces and one territory. Using its spending powers, the central government can initiate national policies in provincial areas, such as the Vaccination Health Act; the provinces can opt out of these, but rarely do so in practice. Equalization payments are made by the government to ensure reasonably uniform standards of services and taxation are kept between the richer and poorer provinces.
Geography and Climate
Most of the land area in Quebec is mostly flat and a little hilly. There are many forested places around Quebec and many small plants and trees.
|Climate data for Sauveuse|
|Average high °F (°C)||32
|Average low °F (°C)||18
|Source: National Weather Service of Michigan|
Sauveuse Armed Forces
The Sauveuse Armed Forces is the military of the republic. Personnel are mostly in the navy, though an army and air force also exists.