Following a meltdown in the Zealandian government this week, Zealandia’s royal court has confirmed it has stripped the titles, offices, and citizenship of its Prime Minister and a Member of Parliament. Continue reading Axe falls on Zealandian PM and MP
Zealandia is set to open a Royal Commission into accusations of corruption stretching back several years. Continue reading Zealandia to open corruption inquiry
Rathlyn, HB, Apr 14 – Sirocco will tomorrow morning wake up with its boundaries stretched much further with the impending acquisition of Zealandia’s New Zealand territories. Zealandia and Sirocco tonight formally agreed on a document to cede Zealandia’s land in Canterbury, New Zealand to Siroccan control. The Treaty of the Cantabrian Provinces formally cedes the Zealandian municipalities of Greater Hagley, Magja, Sandford, and Turaspolien to Siroccan control. Greater Hagley and Sandford will become Territories, while Magja and Turaspolien are to become Dependencies. Magja and Turaspolien will also be renamed to Maxia and Trinity, respectively, while Greater Hagley and Sandford will be … Continue reading Zealandian territories ceded to Sirocco
Alston, NCD, Feb 17 – The Siroccan government has put its support behind the legitimate Zealandia following its fracturing into two nations yesterday. Following a governmental dispute, President Hakon Lindstrom stripped Prime Minister Alex Whitmarsh of his role and called elections himself. This led to the defection of Whitmarsh and other prominent Zealandian politicians, including Bradley of Dullahan and Joseph Puglisi, who joined with Andre Sammut and Ciprian Jucaresti to form a new “Triarchy of Zealandia”. Premier Daniel Anderson has voiced his support for the “legitimate” Zealandia, and has offered Lindstrom the full support of the Siroccan government and people. “While … Continue reading Sirocco reaffirms support for legitimate Zealandia
Stepenavik, Zealandia, Nov 20 – Controversial Zealandian President Håkon Lindström has clarified his political leanings, rejecting the notion of his support of communism and placing his support with democratic socialism. In an exclusive story to the Times, Lindström, macronationally a member of the Australian Labor Party and micronationally of Zealandian Alternative, party of Labour and Independence said earlier this evening that he is not a communist, but rather a “democratic socialist, or as some say a lefter social democrat” and that “the fact is socialism cannot work if the workers don’t want it.” “I believe in workers running the businesses and factories … Continue reading Lindström clarifies political leanings
Communism has fallen in one of the community’s reddest nations. Funnily enough, this is a good thing. Continue reading Commonwealth Avenue: Look! Liberal Tiana!
Because it’s totes unbiased. The December 1, 2011 Zealandian election was probably the dirtiest and most ferocious the nation has seen in a while. On one hand we had the Socialist Unity Party of Zealandia (SUPZ) slamming the National Peoples Party (NPP) for being liars and out for themselves, on the other we had the NPP pointing the finger at the SUPZ and blasting them for blatant corruption (let me get there first), and on a third hand we had the new Zealandian National Party (ZNP) calling for Zealandia to rise up against everyone not from Zealandia. There is a … Continue reading Commonwealth Avenue: The Merits of Democracy in Modern Zealandia