Ave, Sandum Citizens!
We have begun work on Tellus and its production of radishes.
We have enacted a law concerning C¶ and NC¶.
We have circulated Persumae.
We have celebrated Chökhor Düchen.
We have completed a short report on initial Lycurgan Sparta research.
We have met with former Citizen James Thompson and discussed his return.
We have responded to homophobic attacks on other heads of state.
In the upcoming week,
We shall celebrate Lucaria, Neptunalia, and Furrinalia, and shall incorporate them into the series of festivals we celebrate with fervour here in Sandus annually.
We shall study the works and deeds of Gaius & Tiberius Gracchus for the Furrinalia, and commemorate that festival to both men for the populares of Rome.
We shall continue to care for radish crops.
We shall make a census data sheet.
We shall make a music video on Kremlum Sandus province.
We shall write a report, pursuant to a law, on the rights of socilivo citizens and on the role of socilivo states in comparison to Sandus.
We shall repeal the Courso Honourae in Sandus and institute, instead, a simpler, pragmatic system of functionaries.
We shall make a cultural presentation of Baroque music in order to express the interesting role of the monarchy and the dual-definition in Sandus, compared to that of Lycurgan Sparta.
We shall lay forth work on these objectives from today, le Dixa-Septa A Quintilo MMXIII, to the 24th, le Dua-Dixa-Quatra H Quintilo MMXIII, and draft another projection for the following week of 8-days on the 25th of July, le Dua-Dixa-Cinqua A Quintilo MMXIII.