Policy Projection: 1 – 8 January 2015

In the month of December,
We have celebrate the Festival of Poseidon, the Festival of the Bona Dea, World AIDS Day, the Faunalia, the Brumalia or Halcyon Days, the Consualia and the Opalia, the Saturnalia, the Larentalia, and the Dies Natalis Solis Invicti.
We have published the 2014 Winter Solstice ballot questions.
We have received holiday greetings from Überstadt, Austenasia, and Lostisland.
We have opened and concluded the 2014 Winter Solstice elections.
We have unanimously ratified the Council.
We have unanimously ratified the Sôgmô’s legitimacy to reign in the New Year.
We have announced a call for academic micropatriological papers, due 11 January.
We have baked ancient Greek glykinai for the Saturnalia and have celebrated the holiday with the traditional dinner.
We have awarded the Most Honourable Order of the Throne of Sandus to three new people and have given Hatsu Ryuho the cognomen ‘Caring.’
We have shared information about the history of the Council idea in Sandus from 8 February 2013.
We have published the first Sandum budget.
We have announced the closure of ROMA Sande Amici properties in Second Life.
We have celebrated the Gregorian New Year.
We have worked towards a mutual trilateral diplomatic agreement with Zealandia and Lostisland.

In the upcoming week,
We shall renovate information on Sandus.org and work on the new website for Kremlum Sandus State College.
We shall work on founding the Centre for Micropatriological Studies.
We shall open the first session of the Council in the State of Sandus.
We shall prepare a ‘Tabularium Sande’ to house a roster of all Sandum citizens sorted by citizenship status, citizens with suffrage, and house the minutes of the Council.
We shall prepare a proposal for the powers, practices, and procedures of the Council.
We shall celebrate the third anniversary of policy projections on 9 January 2015.
We shall continue to work towards a mutual trilateral diplomatic agreement with Zealandia and Lostisland.

We shall lay forth work on these objectives from today, 1 January 2015, to 8 January 2015 and draft another projection for the following administrative week of 8 days on 9 January 2015.