Heres the next update (Sorry I was late, I’ve been away)
How is everyone?
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Updates from the Republic
June 3, 2005
Senator of the Delegacy: Unlimited
Governor elections have been completed, with our highest voter turn out ever, 25 ballots.
Here are the results of said election:
Province Aurora Borealis
Dawn and Sun
Province Francos Spain Memorial
Province Honorem et Libertas
Province Pax Pacifica
The Republic congratulates the new governors, and looks forward to a productive term of office.
Sedarva has been chosen as President of the Assembly of Governors. He has set the update of the judicial code and public participations at the top of his agenda. The Republic looks forward to the fruits of the Sedarva administration.
In a side note, Tar As bum received four votes in a write in campaign. Congratulations Tar A!
After much work, the Pacific Interactive Forums, built by the Pacific Cooperation Organization, has been completed and opened. The East, Central, and South labored long and hard to create a place for all Pacificans to come together in solidarity. Chief Architect Mammothistan is very tired, so please, do not disturb his nap.
Several new embassies have been established in the Pacific, including the USK, Aberdeen, and Scroll Islands. The Republic welcomes our new ambassadors, and hopes that this is the beginning of a fruitful relationship
The Union of Sovereigns has had a new protectorate join our ranks. We welcome One Big Island, and hope they grow to become full members.
Office of the Delegate
The Senator of the Delegacy, the Vanguard, has expressed his support of true freedom and democracy in the North Pacific, and finds the marginalization of the NPC, the elected and sovereign government-in-waiting, appalling. While we will not change our stance of neutrality, we give our moral support to the true government of the North Pacific. May the blessings of freedom and liberty be upon all.
Sir Paul, director of PNN, has to leave his home state of California, and may not have Nationstates access until mid-August (late-August, worst case scenario). As such, PNN has set up a Wire Service in the Pacific Press, so that PNN readers will still be able to have access to news.
While there are always foreign threats against the Republic, we have never been more secure. The Militia is more active and strong than ever, and, according to Kandarin, the pre-Franco Pacific Native (Crazy Girl) has left the game. This means that, by Alliance Defense Network rules, there are no Natives left being oppressed to call for an ADN invasion. While the Republic is sad to see Crazy Girl leave the game, the Republic can now rest safely at night, for if there were a glitch, and the ADN did liberate the Pacific, who would they return the Pacific to? As such, the citizens of the Republic are the true natives of the Pacific, and we rejoice in the claiming of our birthright.
(Assuming, of course, they didnt call a constitutional convention on a brand new forum, and exclude members of the current regime from taking part.)
The Ministry of Security has also been establish to help keep our citizens safe.
The Pacific Historical Society is happy to announce the creation of a haiku archive, where the talents of our citizens is displayed.
There has also been a revised interest in roleplaying, thanks to the efforts of the United States of Sintmaartinia. RP conflict in the Pacific has finally come to fruition.
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