Snagovian Federation

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Snagovian Federation
Federația Snagoveană (Romanian)
Фєдєрацйа Снагѡвєанъ (Snagovian)
Flag of Snagovian Federation Federația Snagoveană (Romanian) Фєдєрацйа Снагѡвєанъ (Snagovian)
Flag
Coat of arms of Snagovian Federation Federația Snagoveană (Romanian) Фєдєрацйа Снагѡвєанъ (Snagovian)
Coat of arms
Motto: TBA
TBA
Anthem: TBA
CapitalDăchileni
Largest cityȘtefănești
Official languagesSnagovian
Romanian
Ethnic groups (2022)100% Snagovians
ReligionSnagovian Orthodox Church
DemonymSnagovian
GovernmentSnagovist Federation under a one party dictatorship of the people
Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
David Robert Chilău
TBA
LegislatureTBA
Establishment
• Establishment as Republic
18 June 2020
• 2022 Constitution
TBA
Population
• 2022 census
TBA
CurrencySnagovian ruble (СНА₽)
Time zoneUTC+02 (EET)
UTC+03 (EEST)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Drives on theright
MicrocodeFS [1]


The Snagovian Federation, also known as Snagov, is a self-declared independent state with little or no international recognition[a] and is commonly referred to as micronation by external observers. The Snagovian Federation is located in eastern Europe, sits on the Wallachian Plain, and is surrounded by Romania from all sides. The capital of the state is Dăchileni, the largest city, however, is Ștefănești.

The state was founded and formally re-established on 18 June 2020, by Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu and David Robert Chilău, who assumed the offices of the President and Vice President respectively.

The Snagovian Federation considers the Kingdom of Snagov as its legal predecessor, seeing as the Kingdom of Snagov was a previous attempt at Snagovian independence by the two Fathers of the Nation, Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu and David Robert Chilău.


Etymology

The state was initially named the Federated States of Snagov at the time of its establishment on 18 June 2020, however, it was renamed to Snagovian Federal Republic on 3 October 2020.[2]. The name changed once again on 18 June 2021, with the Constitution of Snagov officially calling it the Snagovian Federation.

The word Snagov is of Slavic origin, and means "snow". The Legend of Snagov tells the tale of how the region got its name. In the area, a lot of places use "Snagov" as their name. For example, Lake Snagov, the Snagov forest, the Snagov river, the Snagov Commune, and most importantly, the Snagov region. The Snagov region is described as being the territory along the waters (Lake Scroviștea, Ialomița river, lake Snagov, Vlăsia river, lake Căldărușani) and the riparian forests between the parallel courses of these waters. [3]


Government and politics

Snagov tries to keep its foreign policy as neutral as possible, and solve conflicts and disputes diplomatically. The State however strongly opposes fiction and fictional micronations. It is a signatory of the Wrythe and Edgbaston Conventions, and strictly adheres to its terms and conditions while maintaining diplomatic relations.

Snagov is a full member-nation of the Grand Unified Micronational.

External links

References

  1. FS is the microcode for the Snagovian Federation. Microcode.
  2. Official Snagovian Twitter handle. Federated States of Snagov renamed as the Snagovian Federal Republic. 03 October 2020.
  3. The Snagov Foundation. Zona Snagov. 19 September 2021.

Notes

  1. The Snagovian Federation is considered as a de jure part of Romania.