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Tüng Empire (Hungarian: Tüng Birodalom, Romanian: Imperiul Tüng, Swedish: Tüng Välde) is a micronation founded on 5th August, 2019.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
|Hungary and Romania |
|Official language(s)||Romanian, Hungarian, Swedish, English|
|Government||Federal constitutional monarchy|
|Christian I. (Monarch)|
|K. Lea (Prime Minister)|
|Established||5th August, 2019|
|Population||9 (permanent population)|
|Currency||Tüng Leu (TÜL)|
|This nation is a member of the Union Against Micronational War Tüng Empire on Twitter|
About Tüng Empire
Tüng Empire is a nation located in Romania, Europe.
Tüng Empire's national motto: "Rage, rage against the dying of the light."
This motto comes from Dylan Thomas' poem, with the title "Do not go gentle into that good night".
Tüng Empire's political parties:
|Tüng Monarch Party||TüMP||K. Lea Prime Minister||Right-Wing||Monarchist|
|Tüng Socialist Party||TüSP||Kz. Alexander
Maior of the city Werdüff
|Tüng Social Democratic Party||TüSDP||---Under elections---||Left-Wing||Social Democracy|
In the early days of 2018, Newland Empire dominated much of the present Tüng Empire's territory.
Recognition and foreign relations
Recognised nations (no relations)
Recognised nations (friendly relations)
Colonies and TüSA
Tüng Empire is on its way to having its first colony. Furthermore, this empire wants to start a colony on Earth's biggest natural satellite, on the Moon. But all of this is just a plan for now, TüSA (Tüng Space Administration) wants to study space more and more,
Tüng Empire is generating money by selling its products to other nations, or citizens of other nations. Mostly, it grows different kinds of plants and sells them.
|January 1||First day of the year|
|March 8||Woman's Day|
|March 15||Hungary's National Day|
|March 23||Monarch Christian I.'s birthday|
|May 5||Mother's Day|
|May 12||Father's Day|
|June 6||Sweden's National Day|
|October 21||First Prime Minister's, K. Lea's birthday|
|November 1||Memorial day|
|December 1||Romania's National Day|
|December 24||Christmas Eve|
|December 25, 26||Christmas' First and Second Day|
|December 31||New Year's Eve|