The Week That Was – Around the Blogosphere

The Coprieta Standard highlights some of the news stories from our fellow micronational news media services around the Blogosphere in the past week.

Vol. 1 Ed. 9

March 8 to 15, 2015

  • The Shirekeep Gazette returned from a more than a year-long absence this week with an open letter regarding the recent controversy surrounding the Imperial State of Neridia. The letter called on the Shirerithian government to fulfill its “obligation” to Neridia; however, the Imperial State was nonetheless dissolved by the Shirerithian legislature. Neridia has now been set up by its former ruler, Janus Eadric, as a refugee state under the protection of St. Andre.
  • An economic development plan for Sandus has been adopted by the leaders of the micronation for the remainder of the calendar year, Sandum state media reported. The plan includes the creation of a Work Merit Rewards program, inspired by that used in the Free State of Renasia, as well as the founding of a hard-currency exchange shop.
  • Marred by controversy since gaining the post of SCUE Administrator, Pallisico Sinclair attempted to barter his resignation in return for member states of the organization allowing his home micronation of Hamland to exploit the accounts of the Republic of Stars, the Daily Squidger reported. Sinclair, who uses the moniker Opeyeme Time in Hamland, desired the access to “oversee the sale of Stars’ investments in the Hammish economy.” Sinclair ultimately resigned mere hours later. Two individuals are now vying to replace him in the role of SCUE Administrator – Giles Melang and Liam Sinclair (no relation).
The Week That Was – Around the Blogosphere