Voting underway in Sandus solstice election


KREMLUM SANDUS (CS) | Ballots, which include a vote to confirm the continued rule of the absolute monarch, have now been distributed to citizens as part of the Winter Solstice Election in Sandus.

2014 Election Poster (source: Sandus.org)
2014 Election Poster (source: Sandus.org)

The ballot will seek the decision of Sandus’ nine citizens on two definitive issues: the introduction of direct democracy via a constitutional amendment; and confirmation of whether the micronation’s founder and absolute monarch (“Sôgmô”), Will Sörgel, will continue in that role. The ballot will also allow a citizen to propose petitions that he or she wishes to see considered by the government, as well as to suggest agenda items should the ‘direct democratic council’ come into existence.

Voting, which opened approximately thirty-minutes ago, will continue for ten days, until December 20, with results being published the following day.

Voting underway in Sandus solstice election