Policy Projection: 1 – 8 June 2016

We have announced the plans for Caerus Populi. (19/4)
We have published the decisions of the Fourth Session of the Council in 2016. (22/4)
We have celebrated Revolutionaries’ Day. (24/4)
We have celebrated Labour Day. (1/5)
We have shared Nuntii Latini. (6/5)
We have prepared for Remembrance Day. (7/5)
We have shared information for Remembrance Day. (8/5)
We have celebrated Remembrance Day. (9/5)
We have prepared for the Day of Creation. (15/5)
We have commemorated the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia. (17/5)
We have celebrated Saga Dawa Düchen. (21/5)
We have published the decisions of the Fifth Session of the Council in 2016. (21/5)
We have announced major shifts in Sandum social and political policy. (21/5)
We have celebrated the Day of Creation. (26/5)
We have announced plans to establish days of recognition for American History and Maryland History, on 30 May and 15 March respectively. (28/5)
We have visited the historic battlefield of the Battle of Monocacy (1864) to commemorate the American Memorial Day. (29/5)

In the upcoming week,
We shall schedule a meeting for the leaders of the socii states.
We shall seek to provide a system for publishing media about Sandum holidays for the next year.
We shall prepare the new plan on the Major Societal Shift.
We shall meet with Jonathan I of Austenasia and Adam I of Überstadt to discuss matters of great diplomatic importance.
We shall send the postcards to M. Perrotta.

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

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