Republic of Saint-Castin

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Republic of Saint-Castin
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Anthem
Mon pays
Capital city Tekakwitha
Official language(s) French
 • English
 • Innu-Aimun
 • Cree
 • Atikamekw
 • Basque (regional)
Short name Saint-Castin
Demonym Castinian or Kashtiuńnu (montagnais)
Government Republic
- Regent Louis-Philippe I, Newgrave of Valinois
- Minister-président Dominic Desaintes
y
Legislature Nekaussei
Population 14
Currency castinian piaster
National animal snowy owl
Patron saint Saint Kateri Tekakwitha

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The Republic of Saint-Castin (French: République de Saint-Castin), also simply and commonly known as Saint-Castin, is an independent micronation since August 1st 2015. Saint-Castin was part of the Federal Republic of St.Charlie before. Saint-Castin was formed de fac to in the summer of 2014. The Republic is located in Quebec.

History

Founded on June 24 day of St. John the Baptist, Valinois—Saint-Castin was established as a constitutional monarchy. The ruler of the new state was Louis-Phillippe called the Old Margrave. The monarch, aged 92 years, was in power than a month, and this period was seen against the national history books as the July Monarchy. On 24 July 2014, the Prime Minister of the time, Dominic Desaintes overthrew the monarchy led by a coup in complicity with the National Zouaves. A provisional government was established in L’Heureux-bowsprit, capital of the new Social Democratic Appalacho-Laurentian republic of St. Castin. The Republican government undertook to establish a provisional constitution. On August 1, the provisional government was overthrown by monarchists who kept the power 3 days. They tried to put the power of the sovereign in-law of Louis Philippe, Remi. The next day he died of leukemia lightning. On August 6, 2014, a new coup orchestrated by the Military Staff of the National Zouaves. They agreed not to retain power as 3 weeks. On 26 August 2014, a new head of government is in place. This is Dominic Desaintes, former prime minister, to take the reins of the state. He then engaged in a wave of reforms and proclaims, August 30, 2014, the Republic of Saint-Castin. On September 14, following a negotiations, the Republic ended and the state was integrated to the Federal Republic of St.Charlie as Autonomous Province of the Federation of Atlantis. During march the district of Valinois was added, the official name was changed to refer to territorial reality. After some troubles with St.Charlian official, the government of Valinois—Saint-Castin decided to secede and form an independent republic on August 1st, 2015.

Geography

The Valinois-Saint-Castin is located on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River in the Laurentians. Saint-Castin is composed of several enclaves located in Mascouche River valley and on the island of Montreal. The Valinois is located on the north shore of the Saguenay Fjord, near Chicoutimi. Valinois—Saint-Castin is an autonomous province as part of the Federation of Atlantis, which itself is a constituent part of the Federal Republic of San Charlie. Located in the valley of the St. Lawrence, the territory consists of an archipelago of enclaves which is divided into two separate districts.