Sôgmô, Sanôba visit Kumano

The Sôgmô has visited the Kumano Jiritsu Nation for the second time during his reign, along with his Sanôba Consort, on the sixth anniversary of the Creation of Sandus on 26 May 2015. This is the first state visit for the Sanôba Consort. The previous state visit was in August 2013. The Royal Couple arrived…

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Sancta Names & Terms to be Changed into Latin

The Council in the third legislative session of the administrative year 2015 adopted Latin as Sandus’s third official language, taking the place of the constructed language Sancta. Previously, Sancta had served primarily as a cultural language used in the proceedings of the Collegio Sacerdae, Sandus’s cultural and religious cooperative. Now, after more than a month…

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Sôgmô, Sanôba Consort to visit Kumano for Independence Day

On the sixth anniversary of the Day of Creation of Sandus, also known colloquially as Sandum Independence Day, the Sôgmô and the Sanôba Consort will visit the Kumano Jiritsu Nation, a socilivança state which shares foreign socilivo citizenship with Sandus. The visit will coincide with the formal signing of the Sociliva treaty that was affirmed and enacted into…

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Sandum Statement on the Dissolution of Renasia

The following message by the Central People’s Government of the State of Sandus is from the Sandum Facebook page. It is with great sadness and disappointment that we learn of the demise of the Free State of Renasia today, which has voted to formally disband after many weeks of inactivity and disintegration. Renasia has been…

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Sandum Art History: Remembrance Day as a Case-Study

Over the years, Sandus has celebrated Remembrance Day as its one of its most festive national holidays. The first celebration of Remembrance Day comes from 2010 during the government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. Since then, however, the holiday has grown in importance relative to other holidays which have begun to be celebrated, including…

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Decisions of the Fourth Session of the Council in 2015

The Fourth Session of the Council in the Administrative Year 2015 lasted from 4 April to 3 May 2015. The Council has changed its rules to elect a facilitator for three sessions; that motions must have at least one “I assent” response; and, that the proposer of a motion is authorised to solicit support for…

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