News Report – 30th September 2014 – Treaty with Leylandiistan

Adam I, Editor

ADAMSVILLE, Primoria – After months of deliberation, the Empire of Adammia and the Confederation of Leylandiistan and Gurvata finally signed a bilateral treaty of recognition on Saturday the 27th. The two nations have been informal allies for some time now, with their leaders Emperor Adam I and Fionnbarra Ó Cathail currently acting as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Grand Unified Micronational. Legislative issues in Leylandiistan caused the delay, but the Treaty is now in force, much to the appreciation of both parties. Leylandiistan is the 7th nation to sign a treaty with Adammia, and is the 10th nation to recognise Adammia as sovereign.

In other news, a lacklustre 31st meeting of the Ruling Council took place in Imperial Square on Sunday, where the Public Spending Act 2014 was approved with 7 votes in favour. For the first time since the Council’s early meetings over a year ago, attendence dropped to 3 members present, the bare minimum for a legal meeting. Only by chasing down Council members as they made their way about Imperial City was the Emperor able to find the 7 total votes in favour. The Public Spending Act is yet to be given Imperial Consent by the Emperor, mainly due to his busy schedule.

During the meeting, the Emperor also announced plans to put forward a Second Amendment to the Supreme Directive, aiming to introduce Territorial Claims as a formal type of Adammic territory with a standard government system, along with other tweaks to the vital document. Following on from this, he suggested the possibility of setting up a national park in the Jagstonian Plains territory once the amendment has been adopted.

That is all for this week. Seek wisdom and honour, and long live the Empire!


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