Policy Projection: 17 – 31 August 2015

Ave, Sandum Citizens!

We have announced major diplomatic changes.
We have suspending our membership in the SJEP.
We have suspended relations with Pavlov and the Sorrenian Federation.
We have established diplomatic relations with Sirocco, commencing a détente between both states.
We have published a series of Sandum propaganda posters.
We have published a new song, “We Ought to Be Proud.”
We have renewed bilateral programs with Landashir.
We have wished a happy Eid al-Fitr to Muslims.
We have prepared for Lammas.
We have begun a new legislative session in the Council.
We have celebrated the Neptunalia.
We have celebrated the first anniversary of the Denton Protocol.
We have published a new poem for Lammas.
We have celebrated Lammas.
We have published a new Sandum national symbol.
We have published an editorial on freedom and liberty in Sandus.
We have adopted a royal motto.
We have celebrated the Festival of Heracles.
We now have 200+ likes on Facebook.
We have celebrated the Nemoralia.
We have celebrated the Feast of the Assumption.
We have announced a new program to tutor Latin.

In the upcoming week,
We will work on the publication of the Breviarium Rerum Sande.
We will publish Sandum literature.
We will publish Sandum propaganda endorsing a healthy work ethic, environmentalism, and camaraderie between peoples.
We will tutor Sandum citizens and others on the Latin language.

We shall lay forth work on these objectives from today, 17 August 2015, to 31 August 2015 and draft another projection for the following administrative week of 8 days on 1 September 2015.

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