The 2015 Economic Goal was established in Autumn 2011 by the Sôgmô of Sandus and then-Imperator of Technocratic Renasia Jacob Tierney. It was established in order to move the two states, who have been long-term friends and allies, towards establishing the basic structure of an economy and to begin economic production. The 2015 Economic Goal has been a major project of the State of Sandus since then, and has been behind many of the economic efforts in the State of Sandus — including the establishment of Tellus Agrarian Cooperative and other future economic cooperatives and work-groups within non-economic cooperatives, such as the Collegio Sacerdae and the CCPS. The Goal is a long-term project in Sandus that will be critically assessed at the end of the year MMXV (2015). The Goal is often combined with the «All-Citizens United» Plan in order to bring about both economic activity and social progress within the State of Sandus.
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Various elements have shaped Sandus’s commitment towards establishing a basic economy under the guidelines of the 2015 Economic Goal. In two articles, «Entering the Sandum-First Stage» and «Expanding the Economic Structure for the Goal!», the State proclaimed that Sandus’s work towards the Economic Goal would begin at the start of human history — with the Neolithic Revolution. The first action taken towards meeting the Economic Goal was to affirm agrarianism within Sandus as a socioeconomic force by forming Tellus Agrarian Cooperative and establishing the Anticosti Ideal. With the first crop failing, the second being a minor success, and with several complications (little land to use for horticulture, no horticultural experience amongst workers, and too little sunlight in available land), it was decided that Sandus should move onto other economic projects. At present, Sandus is to expand its economy to non-economic cooperatives (the Collegio and the CCPS) and to pioneer future economic cooperatives.
Success in meeting the Goal will be compared relative to where Sandus was before, to its foreign partners, and to the general intermicronational community. Ultimately, success is subjective: more work can always be done, but the importance of the Goal is that it has inspired Sandus to consider economic issues, public welfare, and how to use pragmatic solutions to meet the challenges faced by the State of Sandus. It has been a fundamental part of major projects and programs and has invigorated the Party’s work.
The 2015 Economic Goal will be critically assessed by the Sôgmô, the Party, and the Sovereign People at the end of the Sancta Year MMXV that ends in Februario MMXV (February 2016). Assessments will begin after the 2016 Gregorian New Year.