Veritum Sandus

Founding Law signed on this day 8 years ago

On 13 April 2011, the State Caucus of Sandus, the provisional body that oversaw the transition from Sandus as a colony of the Federal Republic of St.Charlie to a fully-fledged sovereign state with a constitution, enacted the Founding Law of the State of Sandus. This basic and supreme law of the land established in its…

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Medal for 10th Anniversary Unveiled

A medal for the tenth anniversary of the creation of Sandus has been announced and unveiled today by the Office of the Sôgmô. The medal is designed by the Minister-President of Sandus’s friend and ally Saint-Castin, Dominic Desaintes. It draws on Sandum patriotic symbols like the mural crown, the sovereign eagle, and the wooden alms…

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Recipe: Soupe rose épicée (Spiced Pink Soup)

What is better when the snow is melting than a hit of summer? What else is more appropriate than a summer soup just in time for the Veneralia, Sandus’s holiday of love? This summery hint of borsch will not just liven up your home, it will also remind your loved ones and friends of your…

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Former Francillian Duke Marries

The former Grand Duke of Francisville and former First Minister of Wasserbrueck, a canton of the former Francillian federal republic, has married today in a private ceremony in Scotland. A one-time GUM chairman from July to October 2009, James Stewart married his partner of several years. They were engaged in April of last year. Both…

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Equinox Report: Sandus stands against White Supremacy

This Spring marks the tenth anniversary of Sandus’s creation. On 26 May 2009, the Grand Lamate of Sandefreistikhan (as Sandus was known at that time) was born. In the quick succession of several months, Sandefreistikhan became Sandus and a monarchy deeply rooted in Buddhism became a Socialist democracy, a monarchical barony, and a socialist republic.…

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Fraternal Annonary Order set back, will go ahead

The establishment of the Fraternal Annonary Order of the Wooden Bowl has been set back since the Sôgmô announced its future formation on the Winter Solstice. Now, almost an entire season since the order’s first announcement and after a season of waiting for the charter of the order, with French based off of the 1350…

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Decisions of the Intercalary Session of the Council in 2018

The Intercalary Session of the Council in the Administrative Year 2018 lasted from 22 December 2018 to 5 January 2019. The Council decided to extend a facilitator’s term to six months. The Council elected Artemis Baca to be next term’s facilitator. This was the last session of Facilitator Hatsu Ryuho’s tenure. Facilitator Artemis Baca will…

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Transition in the Council: New Facilitator will assume power in the New Year

Facilitator Hatsu Ryuho will step down from the position of the Council’s facilitator in the new administrative year that begins 5 January. First elected during the eleventh session of 2016, which ended on 14 November 2016, Hatsu has served as Sandus’s third most powerful politician for more than two years. He entered the position after…

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Long-Awaited Constitution Project issues first edition

The Sôgmô’s Constitution Project has issued the first edition of its literature and graphics on Sandus’s unwritten and republican constitution. The project was planned by the 2016 Philia Plan for the Major Societal Shift, a plan that anticipated the Sôgmô’s departure from Kremlum Sandus for graduate school. Now, a year and four months after þess departure,…

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Sôgmô releases Holiday Message early

The Sôgmô has released þess holiday message early on Christmas eve and in text, rather than the custom of sending a video in the early morning of 25 December. The message cites Royal Family events on the eve of Christmas and the Dies Natalis Solis Invicti as the cause for the break from tradition. Read…

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