Policy Projection: 1 – 8 February 2016

In November 2015,
We have celebrated Lhabab Düchen.
We have celebrated the National Day of Revolution and the Day of the Ways and Means of Revolution.
We have published the Report on the Economy for the Party Congress.
We have held the 2015 Party Congress.
We have celebrated the erection of a statue of Frederick Douglass.
We have express national mourning with France.
We have celebrated the National Day of Truth.
We have celebrated Athena’s Day.

In December 2015,
We have prepared for the holiday season.
We have signed and witness the promulgation of the Treaty of Alcatraz 2015 for the Environment.
We have shared a message from Olivia-Eugenie, Princess of Aigues-Mortes and Secretary-General of the MicroFrancophonie.
We have celebrated the Consualia.
We have celebrated the Saturnalia.
We have celebrated the Enfranchisement of the Party.
We have held national elections on the Winter Solstice.
We have celebrated Christmas and the Dies Natalis Solis Invicti.

In January 2016,
We have shared a message from the Kumanoese leader Hatsu Ryuho.
We have planned the first ludi, organised by the Collegium Sacerdotium.
We have congratulated the King of Überstadt, Adam I, for signing the Treaty of Alcatraz 2015 for the Environment.
We have shared and endorsed the Realist message made by Olivia-Eugenie.
We have addressed the meeting of micronationalists at the Brussels summit of the MicroFrancophonie.
We have announced efforts to begin a Leftist and anti-Imperialist discussion group, known as “P8jiwi.”
We have celebrated the anniversary of the first Policy Projection.
We have announced the Sagamorial Considerations series.
We have ceased public diplomatic relations with the Republic of Lostisland and the Empire of Pavlov by blocking top-level discussions between heads of state and of government.
We have granted peregrina citizenship to a new citizen.
We have celebrated the Ludi Pacis Liberae on the occasion of the Festivals of Libera Peace.
We have congratulated the victor of the first Ludi, Jacob Tierney, and granted his prize.
We have shared in the celebrations of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with our American neighbours.
We have announced the addition of Tibetan Buddhist and Christian holidays to the Sancta calendar.
We have reached multiple decisions by the Council in the first administrative session of the Council in the administrative year 2016.
We have prepared celebrations for the Fifth anniversary of the Secession!
We have congratulated Clém Sanders on the birth of his daughter, Annabelle.
We have announced and completed major calendrical reform to the Sancta calendar.

In the upcoming week,
We shall complete calendrical reform and add Tibetan Buddhist holidays.
We shall begin to record on what days events happened on the Policy Projections.
We shall prepare further for the Fifth Anniversary of the Secession.
We shall publish come Sandum recipes.
We shall prepare for a writing project, entitled “Meditations on Liberty,” to reflect on independence and self-determination, ahead of the Day of Secession.
We shall work on the Breviarium Rerum Sande.

We shall lay forth work on these objectives from today, 1 February 2016, to 8 February 2016 and draft another projection for the following administrative week of 8 days on 9 February 2016.