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Coat of Arms
|Motto: Chin-chin for Sloborskaia!|
|Population:||As of 17/07/09, 25|
|Date of foundation:||May 18, 2003|
|Head of Canton:||President Renan Halphen|
|Micropatriology||Nationhood, Realistic School|
The Socialist Republic of Sloborskaia, or Sloborskaia, or sweetly Slok, was founded as a micronation in 2003 by three lusophone micronationalists: Felipe Aron, Victor Martins and Erick Martins. In the beginning, Sloborskaia had a lot of fictitious aspects and could be classified as "just for fun" experiment. However, due to population growth and new diplomatic contacts, it has decisively shifted to a more serious project.
In late 2003, already counting 20 active citizens, Sloborskaia decided to abolish "virtualisms" and adopted micronational realism. As a consequence, the republic has got closer to Free Community of Pasargada, leading nation amongst lusophones; and, in January 2004, Sloborskaia was finally incorporated as the foUrth Canton. Soon, Sloborskaians grouped themselves in a new Pasargadan House, the Federalist Alliance, which reached power in the next months headed by its everlasting political leader Felipe Aron.
Separatist groups appeared for the first time in February 2004, and once in a while Pasargadan authorities have had to take concrete actions in order to repel rebel sentiments. Eventually, in August 2005, as a result of a major civilian unrest, Sloborskaia became the first Pasargadan Canton to secede, turning again into a fully independent micronation. Then, later that year, Sloborskaia merged with Republic of Bervania, forming lusophone Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (URSS). This project, notwithstanding several efforts, ultimately failed in the end of 2006, decayed to dormant status.
In September 2008, Sloborskaia was again enrolled as Pasargadan Canton. This time, an internal plebiscite decided for an unseen "substitution" of Cantons. While Inverness, a primeval division of Pasargada, was declared dormant. Therefore, the Republic of Sloborskaia was restored by old Sloborskaians and former Invernesians.
In June 2009, Sloborskaian citizens approved new Statute of the Republic.
Due to an internal legitimancy crisis between two political groups, in July 2009 Sloborskaia became the first Pasargadan Canton to suffer an intervention from central Government, after procedural approval by the Parliament (unanimous vote). The in-duty Premier José Luiz Borrás appointed Deputy Prime-Minister Silvia Soares to handle Canton pacification and organization of new elections.
Furthermore, In August 2009, the Parliament of Pasargada approved Historical Heritage Act 2009, which established officially that the Canton of Sloborskaia is the same micronational entity created in 2003 and continued ininterruptly until now. Thus, all cultural aspects of Sloborskaia should be henceforth defended as Pasargadan national wealth.
Who is who
President Renan Halphen (s. 2006)
Slokíssima Juliana Benedetti (s. 2008)
Duma's Counsellor Yuri Ghenov (s. 2008)
Duma's Counsellor Bruna Landim (s. 2009)
Chancellor of Pasargada André Cyranka (s. 2008)
Duma's Counsellor and Speaker for Slok Andresa Cortes (s. 2008)
Togate of Pasargada Leonardo Fernandes (s. 2008)
Thiago Ulianov (s. 2008)
Former Premier of Pasargada Daniel Caires (s. 2008)
Free Community of Pasargada
Symbols | Pasargadan Turn | Pasargadan Realism | Pasargadan Commonwealth | Government | Diplomatic Relations | Diplomatic Corps | Intermicronational Organizations| | Lusophone Commonwealth | Order of Manuel Bandeira | National Order Ruy Barbosa | People's Tribune
Anderson Paiva | André Cyranka | Andreza Streitenberger | Bruno Cava | Bruno Crasnek | Daniel Caires | Fábio Racoski | Felipe Aron | Filipe Sales | Henrique Rabelo | Igor Ravasco | Joao Azevedo | José Siqueira | Juliana Benedetti | Leandro Luiz | Michelle Fransan | Ozimar Júnior | Rafael Cruz | Renan Halphen | Rodrigo Mariano | Silvia Soares | Thiago Arantes | Vítor de Bourg | Ygor Lazaro | Yuri Ghenov