Sandus prepares Program for Metric Conversion

More than a year since Sandus adopted metric units and le système internationale d’unités as the official measurements of the State of Sandus on XI Sextilo MMXIII (11 August 2013), Sandus is finally preparing a program to introduce usage of the metric units into Sandus. With a referendum in Renasia expected to ratify “metrification” as the…

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Bibliothèque Royale to develop Bi* and Indigenous Peoples Collections

The Royal Library of Sandus (French: la Bibliothèque royale de Sande or BrS) has created an initiative to develop collections on bisexual/pansexual and Indigenous Peoples related topics in nonfiction literature. The collections will make the Royal Library a unique library overall, meaning that it will be a treasure-trove of information related to Bi* and Native American…

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Erganê Artisan Cooperative founded in Sandus

Erganê Artisan Cooperative has been founded by the Sôgmô on this Vulcanalia MMXIV (2014) by completing the new IN01 form digitalised today and published by the Office of the Sôgmô. The cooperative’s mission is to «provide basic clothing and accessory needs for Sandum citizens [and] represent the arts and crafts as an economic mode of…

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Policy Projection: XVII – XXIV Sextilo MMXIV

Ave, Sandum Citizens! We have formed Radio Patria, Sandus’s first radio station.We have prepared for an art exhibit entitled «Vertumnalia & Nemoralia».We have worked on Sandus.org.We have adopted Lammas as a Sancta holiday.We have added a new Flameno for the Collegio Sacerdae.We have celebrated the Vertumnalia and the Nemoralia.We have broadcasted the first Radio Patria broadcast.We have discussed…

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Work done for Closer Ties between Sandus & Socilivançae

One year after Sandus and Kumano began negotiations for the Kumanoese Sociliva Treaty, the Sôgmô and the Kumanoese Daijo Daijin Hatsu Ryuho have begun talks intended to strengthen the Sociliva Treaty and make relations between Kumano and Sandus closer. The talks will focus on Kumano aligning more closely with Sandus and exchanging cultural projects in…

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Radio Patria, Sandus’s first radio station, forms

The Office of the Sôgmô has announced the creation of a new media organ in Sandus. A radio station tentatively called Radio Patria has been created by the Office of the Sôgmô and represents Sandus’s very first radio station in existence, though Sandus has existed as a country since Maio MMIX (May 2009). The new radio…

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Policy Projection: IX – XVI Sextilo MMXIV

Ave, Sandum Citizens! We have commemorated the new day of recognition, Day of Remembering the Lethler Era. We have published a music video of Max Romeo’s Socialism is Love. We have published a report on the accomplishments and work still left to do for the CCPS Year Plan 2014. We have published two videos in response to…

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Sôgmô issues new Decree on Citizenship

The Sôgmô has issued a new decree on citizenship meant to “clarify” issues surrounding the Act on Citizenship of Martio MMXII and new realities in Sandus more than two years after that ground-breaking law was enacted. Read the decree here. The new decree focuses on peregrae citizens and clarifies their position and exactly who counts for peregrae citizenship. The…

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Sandum & Ashukov Resolution to the Denton Protocol Dispute

The Sôgmô and the Ashukov PM have authored and agreed to a joint communiqué between them both, as representatives of their states, in order to resolve the dispute surrounding the Denton Protocol. The Denton Protocol was published on XXVIII Quintilo (28 July) by the first two signatories of Sandus and Zealandia. The Denton Protocol set…

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Report: CCPS Year Plan 2014, Preparing for the Congress

As a result of the 2013 CCPS Party Conference held between Sandus and a multitude of other leftist micronations and micronational parties, the Acting Secretary Gaius Sörgel Publicola authored the first CCPS Year Plan for 2014. Now, with only three months left until the CCPS Party Congress, Veritum Sandus journalist and the Acting Secretary Gaius…

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