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Red, blue, and yellow
Coat of arms containing shield, and crown, held by foxes
Coat of arms
Government Seal of New Eiffel.png
CapitalÚj Repülő
Largest cityNew Leeds
Official languagesEnglish
New Eiffellian
Recognised national languagesHungarian
Recognised regional languagesDutch
Ethnic groups46.15% South African
30.76% Dutch
23.03% New Eiffelic (2019)
DemonymNew Eiffelish (de jure)
GovernmentAnarcho Capitalism with a voluntary Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
• Monarch
Zarel I
Daleen Smith
Upper Sters
Lower Sters
Independence from the United Kingdom
• Declaration of Independence
31 December 2017
• Principality established
11 August 2018
• Current constitution
1 March 2019
• Total
0.00058 km2 (0.00022 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• Estimate
• Density
0.04/km2 (0.1/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)2018 estimate
• Total
£28,293.03[note 1](2019)
very high
• Per capita
£2,357.75 (2018)
HDI (2018)0.731
CurrencyPound Sterling
New Eiffelic Ping (de jure)
South African Rand
Euro (de facto)
Time zoneUTC+0 (GMT or NET)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy;
Drives on theleft
Calling code+895 (de jure) (+44) (de facto)
Internet TLD.eif[1]

The Voluntary Principality of New Eiffel (VPNE), commonly known as The Principality of New Eiffel or simply New Eiffel (NE), and formerly known as New Temporary and New Finland, is a self-proclaimed sovereign state or micronation located in northwestern Europe,[2] landlocked almost completely within London, England. New Eiffel is a voluntary, Anarcho Capitalist nonstate with a voluntarily followed Constitutional Monarchy ruled by Prince Zarel I as the head of state. It's population is 5, however it has 31 total citizens. The capital is Új Repülő and the largest city is New Leeds. New Eiffel has 3 official languages (English, Afrikaans, New Eiffellian), 3 national languages (Hungarian, Arabtemporarian, Zësøtix), and 3 recognised minority languages (LOLspeak, Flemish, Dutch).

New Eiffel was established as a republic on 31 December 2017, and was known as New Finland. New Eiffel officially became a principality on 11 August 2018, and after a long history of political struggles and conflicts, New Eiffel was officially reunified on 30 August 2018. New Eiffel's current constitution was adopted on 1 March 2019, and subscription to the state was made voluntary with the pasig of the Freedom Act of New Eiffel in December 2019, allowing individuals to be legally the governments of themselves and their property.

New Eiffel was a member of the Québécois Commonwealth on 9 March 2019. Emily Gréz acted as Governor-General; representing New Eiffel. New Eiffel also founded the Christian Micronational Union and the Organisation of Active Micronations (OAM), which had full member states at its date of dissolution. New Eiffel became a member of the Grand Unified Micronational on 19 May 2019.[3] New Eiffel is also a member of the New Eiffelic Commonwealth, Union Against Micronational War, League of Professional Nations and the Micronational Olympic Federation, and will take place in the 2020 MOF Games.

New Eiffel has a strong national economy and often ranks high on measurements of national performance. New Eiffel has a 5/5 on the Economic Potential Index and a total GDP of £28,293.03, and it is ranked 10th on the Micronational Popularity Index with 4 votes.


The name of the principality is composed of two words, "New" and "Eiffel". The word "New" symbolises the nation's rebirth from its predecessor state (the Republic of New Finland), while "Eiffel" is a reference to the famous Eiffel Tower, which represents progress and integrity.

Official names

  • 1 January 2018– 4 June 2018: Republic of New Finland
  • 4 June 2018– 11 August 2018: Kingdom of New Finland
  • 11 August 2018– 30 August 2018: Principality of New Temporary
  • 30 August 2018– Present: Principality of New Eiffel

New Eiffel's Microcode is NE and New Eiffel's official MOF Code and GUM 3-letter country code is NEI. EIF is sometimes also used. The official initialism for Principality of New Eiffel is PNE.


South African Era

The old flag of New Eiffel: the flag of the Republic of New Finland from 31 December 2017–9 February 2019

New Eiffel was founded as the Republic of New Finland on 31 December 2017. It claimed land in South Africa.

Nine residents were living in the first claimed area of New Finland, although none of them were officially citizens. New Finland adopted its first national flag on the day of its establishment, although the meaning of the flag is unknown. Prince Zarel I belives it was meant to symbolise unity, since it has multiple colours on the left corner of the flag and it was based upon the South African flag, which represents unity.

On 4 January, a second land claim was made in the United Kingdom. The Republic of New Finland became plagued with inactivity after late January. Prince Zarel I, who was President Zarel Smith at the time, decided they needed to give New Finland a boost if it was ever going to became a major micronation. He was backed up by many of his citizens at the time. The South African claim was dropped, and the claim in British territory was kept.

Early days

A New Finland passport, no longer in use

The early days are considered one of the most important time periods in New Eiffelic history. New Finland adopted a new flag and coat of arms. New Finland also adopted many national symbols, such as a national animal, national anthem, and a national monument, some of which are used still used as national symbols today. The government was also reformed, and new laws were adopted.

The first two bike roads the J16 and New Eiffel Main Route 1 were constructed.[4] The first three cities were named, Smithton, Hardwork Village Outback and Smithington, which would later be renamed to Plitvice, Új Repülő and New Leeds respectively.

New Eiffel Civil War

New Finland had a civil war when the Supreme General of HRANE tried to overthrow the micronation and become the new leader. It was known as the New Finland Civil War and is now called the New Eiffel Civil War or New Eiffelic Civil War. The Supreme General announced in a video that he had declared war on New Finland, to try to gain control over it. The Supreme General then attacked Zarel Smith around five minutes after he declared war. He attacked the President in his office. The President quickly grabbed a wooden sword and defended himself by hitting the Supreme General in the leg. As a result, the Supreme General became the Minister of War and had most of his power stripped to make sure nothing like this would ever happen again. He was also suspended from HRANE for thirty days. Tighter security for the President's office was also put in place.

Kingdom of New Finland

The president made a deal with the Minister of War that if New Finland became a kingdom, the Minister of War would have to keep peace. He accepted and New Finland became a kingdom, and the president was elected king. Despite the idea that he would have less power than before, this transaction gave him legal power over the courts. This was a controversial time in New Eiffel's history since the King disobeyed various laws and used loopholes and false allegations to steal resident's property. The King willingly stepped down after heavy backlash from the population and the media. New Finland was not officially defunct, however, all the government positions were vacant, and the Kingdom was left in anarchy.


On 11 August 2018, the Kingdom of New Finland officially became a principality and was renamed to the Principality of New Temporary. Prince Zarel I called it a "re-founding" of the micronation, and installed a new government, new laws, and made New Temporary's online presence more well known. New Temporary was later renamed to New Eiffel on 30 August after the population voted for a new name.

Modern era

New Eiffel expanded its diplomacy with the intermicronational community. It first tried to reach out to the Republic of Iustus (now Empire of Iustus). New Eiffel founded the now-defunct Organisation Of Active Micronations (New Eiffel Union), under the name New Eiffel Union of Micronations on 21 November 2018,[5] which had eleven member states by 2019, and was one of the fastest growing micronational organisations.[6] The first general election ended on 25 December 2018, with Daleen Smith from the Orange Party winning as the new prime minister. New Eiffel later achieved rapid growth to become one of the largest economic micronations in the micronational world. New Eiffel's most notable allies became Seybold, the Presidential Republic of Livettree and Blue Army. New Eiffel joined the League of Nations on 12 January 2019, after a long and controversial conflict between New Eiffel and the Catholique Socialist Republic.[7] On 21 January, New Eiffel adopted a new national anthem; Stand tall, New Eiffel, which replaced Friendly, New Eiffel. New Eiffel adopted a constitution on 1 March. New Eiffel became a member of the Micronational Olympic Federation on early March and became a member of the Grand Unified Micronational on 19 May. New Eiffel's most notable allies include the Tsardom of Phokland, Ünie, Plushunia and Mahuset. New Eiffel's hottest temperature ever recorded was 38.5°C on 26 July.

Modern political era

On 3 September, acts of the New Eiffelic parliament started being officially recorded. The Voting Reform Act was passed on 9 October, reforming the requirements in order to vote in the general election. The Elijahgate scandal took place involving multiple party leaders between 28–29 November, and resulted in the passing of the Constitutional Amendment Act and the Prince Powers Act, as well as the Freedom Amendment on 2 December which was the first amendment to the constitution since it was adopted. This made New Eiffel one of the only two micronations that are openly and officially Anarcho-Capitalist, making the state entirely voluntary.

Government and politics

New Eiffel is called a 'flawed democracy', with free market capitalism being the most popular ideology. Socialism and Conservatism is also popular, with Communism gaining recent popularity. Authoritarian socialism, Anarchy, and Swampism are very disliked topics in New Eiffel. Social Justice and LGBTQ+ rights are also highly debated. Marriage is not officially performed. The state church is the Church of New Eiffel, however has no involvement in the government, as the constitution of New Eiffel grants individuals freedom of religion, including the freedom to practice and the freedom to change religion.

Being a principality, the current prince is Prince Zarel I, also commonly known as Zed I, who serves as the head of state. Prince Zarel I will either serve until his death or stepping down by resigning. According to the New Eiffel Line of Succession Act 2019, all of his known living relatives are next-in-line for the throne, whether they accept it or not. The next-in-line person may choose to serve or not. The head of state may resign whenever he wishes, however they must give a 30-day notice first. The current prime minister is Daleen Smith, who is also the Minister of Education and former Minister of Foreign Affairs. She was elected on 25 December 2018, after her political party the Orange Party won the 2018 general election. J. Heystek A. Smith is the leader and prime minster candidate of the Yellow Party, and is the former general of His Royal Army of New Eiffel. He was responsible for commanding attacks and declaring war on other micronations and sovereign states.

The Principality was made into a voluntary institution with the passing of the Freedom Act of New Eiffel on December first, 2019, making N.E. one of only two Anarcho Capitalist micronations/micrononstates. The constitution though, is still active, though one cannot be forced to be subject to the laws and taxes of the nation. With the passing of the act, individuals became the governments of their own property and for that reason N.E. is controlled solely by the consumer and the free market, although one can practice any political ideal on their own property or with others who voluntarily join. The police, and all state protection agencies work solely to protect the rights individuals have.

Political parties

A New Eiffel citizen voting at the 2018 New Eiffel Prime Minister Election

New Eiffel is a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy, with twenty-nine seats in parliament. There is one election every year starting on December 15 and ending on the 25 for a new prime minister. Each election ceremony takes place in a different country or micronation. New Eiffel has eleven political parties, and every citizen is allowed to vote. Each citizen gets two votes. Every political party was required to get one seat in parliament, however, after a large number of political parties were created the law was abolished following the political party reform. Every citizen is required to vote at least once, with no required amount for downvoting.

The Socialist Yellow Party got four votes in the 2018 New Eiffel Prime Minister Election and was tied at third place with the New Eiffel Anti-Smoking Party. The Socialist Yellow Party was dissolved on 24 December, one day before the end of the 2018 Prime Minister Election. In an interview, the leader of the Socialist Yellow Party stated “I dissolved the Socialist Yellow Party because I simply changed my political views. The Yellow Party will now be my main party.”

Following the dissolution of the Socialist Yellow Party, the Socialist Scandinavian Party gained all four of its seats after a parliament vote. This was decided since it was the only other socialist party at the time.

Party Name Political position Leader Date of foundation Membership Seats
Socialist Scandinavian Party Centre-left ZarelJune2019.jpeg Zarel I 12 September 2018 1
10 / 29
The Orange Party Right-wing 60px Daleen Smith 19 September 2018 (de facto) 1
06 / 29
New Eiffel Anti-Smoking Party Single-issue New Eiffel Anti-Smoking Organisation Logo.png New Eiffel Anti-Smoking Organisation November 2018 1
04 / 29
Pro-Subdivisions Political Party Centre-right to right-wing Vacant Vacant Late September 2018 0
03 / 29
Communist Party Far-left 60px Leon Montan November 2018 Not published
03 / 29
Conservative Party Centre-right Louis Smith Portrait.jpeg Louis Smith 31 December 2017 (De jure), 12 September 2018 (de facto) 2
1 / 29
Yellow Party Right-wing to far-right JOOST Smith in May 2019.jpeg J. Heystek A. Smith 12 September 2018 1
1 / 29
LGBTQ+ Rights Party Far-left Vacant Vacant 4 December 2018 0
1 / 29
New Eiffelic Party and coalition of Individualism Big tent individualism capitalism Elijah M selfie.jpeg Elijah M, J. Heystek A. Smith 7 October 2019 2 De Facto
3 / 29
New Eiffel Anti-Individualist Alliance Big tent collectivism Official Royal PhotoCYC.jpg 30px Christina Nowell and Leon Montan 7 October 2019 2 De Facto
3 / 29
Libertarian Party Right-wing Corvin 8 October 2019 Not published
0 / 29
New Effelic Right Hand Right-wing to far-right Davide Ledilinski di Ledilia 27 October 2019 1
0 / 29

Historical parties

  • Socialist Yellow Party (2018–2018)
  • The No-Go Party (2018–2019)
  • Monarchy Party (2018–2019)
  • Shrek Super Party (2018–2019)
  • Grand Libertarian Party (2019–2019)
  • New Eiffelic Free Market (2019–2019)
  • Traditional Party of the Republic of New Finland (2019–2019)

Armed forces, crime and law and order

The United Armed Forces (UAF) are the armed forces of New Eiffel. They have three main branches, His Royal Army of New Eiffel, the Airforce of New Eiffel and the Navy of New Eiffel. Each branch also has its own smaller branches too, such as the National Coastguard of New Eiffel, which is owned by the Navy of New Eiffel. The United Armed Forces are responsible for funding their branches. Most of the budget comes either from voluntary public funding or the government itself. The police, and all state protection agencies work solely to protect the rights individuals have.

New Eiffel uses a civil law system where laws are created and amended in Parliament and the system regulated through the Official ZedCourt o' Ex New Finland and New Eiffel. It consists of the Supreme Judge and a Chief Justice, however, both positions have been vacant since January 2019. The law is enforced by the Police Force of New Eiffel. Crime is very low, and the only punishments are either fines or unpaid community service.
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  3. "Quorum, 19th May 2019". GUM News. 22 May 2019. Retrieved 6 July 2019.
  4. J16. New Eiffel Roads Index. Retrieved 27 November 2019