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The Republic of Vekkla


*Propaganda will be obvious*

Today, President Orgo Leemm has announced that he and Vice President Chenski Villk has accepted the request for Vice President Harris from the Union to come to Vekkla. Leemm and Villk have asked for the visit to be in Consreep at 9 am, Consreep Time. President Leem and Vice President Villk will ask the Vekelli Army to give a parade in Consreep Presidential Square in Downtown Consreep. Media is strictly prohibited. Liberals, Franconians, and any VA nation are also strictly prohibited. Live from Consreep...

- Vekkla News Now 10

The Holy Empire of Majassa

En Tnurbo Burda tessorsizus kirnexna mre ilerrosirautohis avrdaurtu arar Gacnrouxatn Houhvnditnai
Peopleís Council approves construction of railway line between Gacnrouxa and Houhvndi

Oxnvuri, 8 amvlaivo 2075 | Xuvtou Ugenxi, the Magistrate of Public Works, has announced that a new railway track will be constructed in Kemi, Majassaís northernmost province. The line will connect Kemiís capital Gacnrouxa with its two other major centres Duni and Houhvndi. Gacnrouxa is already connected to the south of Majassa by railway via the city of Nuvrebuca, but the less developed desert north of the country is still falling behind. The new line will be able to reach speeds of 300 km/h. Magistrate Ugenxi hopes that the railway line should improve the economic situation of Kemi and its citizens. Construction of the line will start next year and will take several years to complete.

The Federal Republic of Khaledonia

News KNN

The rebels are civilians

The armed groups from all over Khaledonia are stopping their fight, but today is big news, The Libertad K rebel group has stopped fighting, The remaining 5000 members of the rebel group raised the white flag, their weapons have been withdrawn and they have returned to become responsible members of society, Khaledonia is recovering

The Republic of Qastari

Qastari National Report

Among Chaos, Qastari Welcomes Majassa to Commonwealth

President Mareqi of Qastari, happy to welcome a nation as worthy of Commonwealth membership as Majassa into the alliance, publicly spoke on the significance of the occasion today at the capital. Majassa has been a good friend to the Commonwealth for decades, and is seen by the majority of Qastari citizens and state officials alike as a positive move forward. "In a world steadily descending into a return to conflict, for those of us who band together to retain stability and the advancement of our peoples, we can only benefit from this rare occassion."

All was not as well in the capital as it would initially seem however. While election bids get ever closer, resentment towards the current government have fomented just under the surface within circles who feel that they've been pushed out of Qastari politics. In 1960, the Qastari National Assembly voted by a margin of 57-43 to ban the Nationalist Party from holding office after recent years of unrest which turned violent. With the Party's desire to force themselves back into the political sphere, with some support from the Liberal and Traditionalist parties, the Nationalist party came out in force to oppose Majassa's introduction to the Commonwealth; or perhaps one should say, Qastari's own inclusion in the Commonwealth. It's a political faction which feels that for too long, the political spectrum has shifted far from its policy of the past, with Qastari's interests shifting too far outside its own borders and even into the stars.

While there were no arrests, a significant crowd of Nationalist and possibly other parties as well gathered outside the capital building to protest Nationalist party exclusion from Qastari politics, as well as its continued focus of developing and aiding other countries as the Worker's and Progress Parties see fit - or so they think it seems. The Liberal Party, second largest Party in Qastari with 59 current seats in the National Assembly, joins them in opposing election reforms which severely restrict the ways in which political candidates can advertise their campaigns - elections in Qastari are structured so that all candidates are allotted the same amount of money to spend in elections, with no private money allowed to be spent. Media outlets are also mandated not to show clear preference in how much parties or candidates are covered - although a particular weakness of the legislation is that this is stated rather ambiguously. Despite this law being applied evenly across all parties and candidates, parties which have not gained popularity since see it as giving their opponents an advantage.

It is notable that, in the opinion of the average Qastari citizen, Majassa's introduction into the Commonwealth of Nations polls positively at 73/19%, with 9% unsure. The ruling government and President Mareqi, despite the chaotic-but-not-violent protests of the day, have assured the population that tensions always rise during elections years and that things will return to normal shortly. When questioned later, Mareqi did not seem altogether concerned with the situation, but regretted that such a day could be tainted in such a way.

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