Union of Micronational Monarchies

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Union of Micronational Monarchies
UMM Flag
Official flag of UMM
Headquarter Rabbiton, Sexistan.jpg Great Kingdom of Sexistan

Official language(s) English
Arabic

Members 4 Micronations

President TBD

Deputy President Ramy Shaalan I

Establishment
Foundation 11 December 2015
Objective Political & Economic Development

Official Contacts ramy-shaalan@hotmail.com

History

The Union of Micronational Monarchies has been officially established on 11 December 2015, by the Great Kingdom of Sexistan and the Kingdom of Coria.

Timeline (2015)

Timeline (2016)

Presidental Elections

How it works

Every member is free to send an email to the Union of Micronational Monarchies, proposing a law to be applied in all the official members or discuss about something of important. The Union of Micronational Monarchies will answer on talkpage of MicroWiki article. If referendum is needed, it can be granted just from Incumbent Secretary General.

Members

Official members

Flag Name Member since Claimed area Currency(ies) Capital(s) Language(s) Head(s) of State
Sexistan.jpg Great Kingdom of Sexistan 11 December 2015 Unknown Kuwaiti Dinar Rabbiton Arabic, English King Ramy Shaalan I
Queen Noor A.
Flag of Gardeland.png Kingdom of Gardeland 30 January 2016 72,72km2 Krona Akranes Icelandic, English King Gary Raymond IV
KingdomAnasia.jpg Kingdom of Anasia 12 June 2016 ~1,5km2 Pentagonal Ferro New Holland English, Esperanto, French, German King Drew I
Belajio.jpg Kingdom of Belajio 12 June 2016 ~1,5km2 Pentagonal Ferro Centrurbo English, Esperanto King Harry I

Requirements for can be an official member

  • 1 The nation must claims real land in Earth planet; the Union of Micronational Monarchies doesn't accept fictional places or Micronations situated in other planets;
  • 2 Micronation which wants membership in Union of Micronational Monarchies needs to be conctitutional monarchy;
  • 3 In cases of two Micronations claiming the same land (also just a little part in common), the Union of Micronational Monarchies accepts as official member only the Micronation that claimed that part of land for first;
  • 4 If an official member declares war at another micronation/organization/recognized Country, the incumbent Chairman(s) of the Union of Micronational Monarchies has/have the right to can apply an expulsion act against the Micronation(s) that declared war;
  • 5 If an official member violates human rights in every form (religion, citizenship, ecc...), the incumbent Chairman(s) of the Union of Micronational Monarchies has/have the right to can apply an expulsion act against the Micronation(s) that did it.

If a Micronation fulfills these requirements, is necessary to send an email to the Union of Micronational Monarchies (ramy-shaalan@hotmail.com), giving these following details:

  • Full name of the Micronation;
  • Area claimed;
  • Population;
  • Currency(ies);
  • Capital(s);
  • Language(s);
  • Head(s) of State;
  • Official flag;
  • Official page on MicroWiki and/or official website;
  • Official email address.

Cases of loss of membership

During time, a member can lose its membership inside the Union of Micronational Monarchies because the following reasons:
• A member can lose membership if isn't more active;
• A member can lose membership if doesn't contact more the Union of Micronational Monarchies after 4 months;
• A member can lose membership if keeps an aggressive/offensive behavior about the Union of Micronational Monarchies;
• A member can lose membership if contacts the Union of Micronational Monarchies asking to don't be more a member;
• A member can lose membership if introduces laws in its Micronation that damage every kind of the human rights.

In all these cases, is/are the incumbent Chairman(s) of turn of the Union of Micronational Monarchies that dedice(s) for an expulsion act.

Union of Micronational Monarchies Policy

The main objectives of the Union of Micronational Monarchies are:

  • Keep peace and security between members;
  • Promote the solution to the international disputes and peacefully resolve situations that could lead to a breach of the peace;
  • Develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equality between states and self-determination of peoples;
  • Promote economic and social cooperation;
  • Promote respect for the human rights and fundamental freedoms for the benefit of all individuals;
  • Promote respect for international law and to encourage the progressive development and its codification.