The kingdom of Yadra has met a new Milestone of 15 citizens. This is great. Most potential nations never acquire more than around 6 to 8 citizens. This makes us one of the minor powers when it comes to micronations.
"I think that we can now start to pursue the nation with more vigor. We are going to upscale our acquirement program and we are also going to increase citizen involvement. We will probably hold a national summit at some point where citizens meet and discuss the state of the nation." - HRH Queen Wilma Eklund of Yadra
The Judiciary has blocked the International Relations Law passed by the national committee. It was blocked due to it breaking against the constitution regarding the forming of treaties.
The queen HRH Wilma Eklund has been visiting Germany during the past week between the 24th of september and 30th of september. During the visit HRH Wilma Eklund experienced the different cultures and expanded her personal network, getting to meet with the mayor of Rheinau to discuss the towns state and getting to know the form of governance in Rheinau.
The following law has been proposed to the national committee. The new law clarified and solidifies how the kingdom of Yadra will handle international relations. Since Yadra offically doesnt have any international relations this is a good first step on the path of international recognition. As of writing no national committee member has voted on the proposal.
For our main and final story tonight we will talk about the new constitution.
With a measly 14% turnout rate it does not look good for the democracy of Yadra since it seems extreme voter apathy exists. This new constitution was supposed to try and aid voter apathy by providing the national committee with more power but it seems like this might just slow down the beurocratic process as more responsibility will be thrown into inactive hands.
In any case Yadra now has a more democratic constitution with a better system of inheritance for the monarchy. Please do not forget to read the new constitution and as allways...
Long live the kingdom of Yadra.