Sôgmô à Vincennes: Verre de paix contre la tempête de Washington

Originally posted on Voice of Sandus:
L’Organisation de la MicroFrancophonie se rencontrera ce week-end à Vincennes pour partager les idées micronationales et pour discuter ensemble aux sujets politiques du monde, en même moment que la présidence de Donald Trump se réchauffe pour son discours à Helsinki avec le président russe Vladimir Poutine et pour l’avoir…

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Solstice Report: Toward a Season of Cultural Growth

LET US CULTIVATE DILIGENTLY THE INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE STATE! The first half of this year has witnessed great cultural and administrative achievements. In January, a law was passed regulating the system by which applicants for citizenship can become citizens, a law which thoroughly renewed the application system and gave power to the Sôgmô to approve…

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Sandum Church granted new Monogram, Logo

Originally posted on Sacerdotium:
The new logo of the Sandum Church The Sandum Church (officially known as ἡ Σανδῆς Ἐκκλησία in Greek) has been granted a new monogram and logo from the Sôgmô in þess role as the Sacer Flamen of the Collegium Sacerodotum. The monogram is composed of the letters of the Latin IHS monogram,…

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Solstice Report: 75% Participation, Sôgmô’s Reign Unanimously Legitimate

Sandum citizens today are busier than ever before. There are more citizens who are active and engaged in the work of the Sandum government, from the Sôgmô to other workers in the Central People’s Government of the State of Sandus. Sandus, however, does not simply affect their micronational lives: it is also integrated with their…

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VII Party Congress concludes, von Friedeck elected for fourth term

The Citizens’ Party of Sandus has concluded its Seventh Party Congress, despite a record low turnout. The Party met under the slogan “Uniting the Proletarian Nation” and focused on policies to reinvigorate the Sandum nation and to encourage activity in the part of Sandum citizens and Party members. The five-point agenda focused on national activity,…

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Party Secretary appoints Central Committee ahead of Party Congress

The Party Secretary of the Citizens’ Party of Sandus, Adam Camillus von Friedeck, has appointed two provisional members of the Central Committee of the Citizens’ Party of Sandus ahead of the Party’s plenary congress on 4 November 2017. Hatsu Ryuho and Jacob Barnet Pharmacologus Σαρκαστικός were appointed members of the Party’s Central Committee ahead of…

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Sôgmô issues First Economic Command for the Armilustrium

The Sôgmô has issued Sandus’s first economic command, thereby inaugurating the Sandum command economy, since the Commission for the Command Economy’s meeting this past summer on the economy. The command calls upon workers of the Collegium Sacerdotum, Tellus Agrarian, and Erganê Artisanal Cooperatives and interested Sandum citizens to celebrate the Sandum fall holiday, the Armilustrium,…

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Equinox Report: A Season of Changes, A Lifetime of Sandum Traditions

The vernal equinox marks, in Sandus, the beginning of the cultural season—the winter, when our “doors are kept shut.” It is a moment of time when Sandus prepares for its most important cultural holidays: the Armilustrium, the Party’s Congress, Athena’s Day, the Winter holidays. But it is also a time of self-reflection and an inward…

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State Media Cooperative forms

The Sôgmô has completed and approved an IN-01 form, the form for establishing new cooperatives, for a new state-run media cooperative, known simply by the founding documents as the “State Media Cooperative.” The cooperative will serve as the official media and content creating organ of the State of Sandus and will include all forms of…

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Solstice Report: We shall never let up!

This past season has proven to be further evidence and testament of Sandum perseverance and of the persistance of the Sandum spirit. Sandus, its state, and its nation have continued collectively through the most difficult periods yet in some of our citizens’ lives. Three Sandum citizens, in the highest positions of authority and power in…

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