Union of Micronations of Central Europe

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Union of Micronations of Central Europe
Intermicronational organisation
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Official language Czech.

Membership 7 full members, 2 observers

Leadership
Secretary Naemal Namul-den

Establishment
– Foundation 23 March 2014

The Union of Micronations of Central Europe, the official abbreviation UMCE (Czech:Unie mikronárodů střední Evropy, UMSE) is the name of the organization of micronations located in Central Europe. The organization serves primarily to democratically resolve possible disputes between micronations, a discussion platform, an association of micronationalists in the geographical area of ​​Central Europe, and the provision of services to micronations.

History

The Union was formed on 23 March 2014 to ensure a lasting peace in Central Europe and disputes were resolved in a joint parliament. The founder of the Union were Lurk and Moravia. Later, the Republic of Karamalia joined, but it did deal with some points in the treaty. Mekniy joined the Union in the summer of 2014. The State of Moravia decided to withdraw from the organization when it changed its to the USSR. At the moment, a new treaty is in place, replacing the old founding treaty. The UMSE was de facto replaced by the Coronese Confederation in 2015. In the fall of Corona in 2017, UMSE was re-established. Organization of UMSE

The UMSE is headed by the Council of the Union, which has one delegate for each state.

  • CSO - Central Standardization Organization
  • MPTA - Micronational Telecommunication and Post Office
    • STEMMA - information system of micronations
  • UVO - Free Trade Union
  • UVP - Free Movement Union
  • OLP - Human Rights Organization
  • MEUC - Monetary and Economic Union Corony, or Corozone

Expansion

The chief executive of the old UMSE was the State of Moravia, who acted with some micronations for entry. The new union was founded by Mekniy, Lurk, Radoslavia, Bobania, Reichenberg and Okczerpatia. At the beginning of the negotiations on the Union renewal, the Republic of Moravia was interested in joining the UMSE, but after the model of the confederation, instead of the international organization, was seized.

Communication

To apply for membership, please email mekniy@umse.ml. Member states

Observing States

  • Republic of Upper Schvarc Morgen-Lorgen Land
  • Moravia


Former Member States

  • The State of Moravia (on August 14, 2014, today the Moravian Republic)
  • Avangar (ceased to exist in July 2015)
  • Reichenberg (left 25.12.2017)