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About Southern Mala

  • Birthday June 7

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    Southern Mala
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    San Amador
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    Martín Villacrés

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  2. Due to a lack of votes, Martín Villacrés won the first election. The secondary election will commence tomorrow on July 26. There will be no poll present as no more than two members have voted. President of Electoral Board for the State of Southern Mala
  3. @Orioni No, I wasn't confused. In fact, I received two telegrams upon joining NationStates. One was for Europeia, which I promptly moved to for "interaction". The other was for Eurth, which was my way of discovering your community. After your confused message, I moved to Eurth.
  4. Map of Southern Mala The map below is a drawn version of the Malian map. You may not like it, but it's a beginning. The islands of Victoria, Tenegua and Felipe are the main islands, where both Kairupozians and Esta Ostadians established their first settlements. The archipelago also includes the islands of Lebario and Mirillas and also Mala Keys (based on Florida Keys).
  5. MONDAY, July 19 Good morning, this is MNC News and I'm María Gallo. Last Friday, Prime Minister Martín Villacrés suggested that the Parliament began construction on the new city residence. President of Senate Simón Figueroa said this: "We believe this will be a big proposal, especially with the upcoming elections. Prime Minister Villacrés will have to wait." The government plans to begin the construction in late August. The proposal is around 100 million pesetas, budgeted for other projects such as the metro system and the schools. Prime Minister Villacrés commented wanting to "start the project as soon as possible". The architect firm describes the proposed residence as "a beautiful, iconic, and elegant building". It is unknown how many rooms it will have. This was María Gallo, and thank you for joining.
  6. The Candidates This is the list of candidates participating in the 2021 Prime Ministerial Election, excluding Martín Villacrés who represents the Moderate Union. Arya Randhawa, born October 23, 1995, represents the Moderate Union Eric Pribanić, born June 28, 1983, represents the Malian Labor Party Andrew Cortez, born March 4, 1971, represents the Malian Labor Party Veronica Kirchner, born December 21, 1997, represents the Malian Greens Alicia Lindroth, born August 6, 1990, represents the Malian Greens
  7. It is the time to announce the first election (on this website) for the Prime Minister of Southern Mala. Every four years, we will elect a new Prime Minister in August. Here's the candidates; Martín Villacrés, MU "If I get reelected, I will renew the country whether it is a big decision or not" Eric Pribanić, MLP "Capitalism is inefficient. Don't believe me? Read my book" Andrew Cortez, MLP "I think we should work to become self-sufficient" Veronica Kirchner, MG "I stand for reduced industrialization" Arya Randhawa, MU "I plan to boost social policies, because that is the foundation for a better nation" Alicia Lindroth, MG "I want more eco-conscious industries, to both boost the economy and maintain a strong environment" The election will be open between July 22 and August 5. We wish the candidates good luck, and we will see you again tomorrow. President of Electoral Board for the State of Southern Mala
  8. TO BE EDITED! Part III, Executive offices Article I, the President Section I. The President is the head of state and government, representing the State of Costa Madora. They must respect and abide by the Constitution. Section II. The President of the Republic shall appoint the Prime Minister. Section III. They shall appoint members to the Executive Cabinet, presiding over it. Section IV. All Madorian citizens who have reached the age of majority may be elected President of Costa Madora. Section V. The President of the Republic is elected by Madorian citizens for a four-year term by secret ballot. Section VI. The election will take place between the 24th and 25th week of June, and will be initiated by the Electoral Board. Section VII. The same individual may not be elected President of the Republic for more than two consecutive terms. Section VIII. Before taking office, the President-elect must take the oath of office; "I, (name and surname), solemnly swear as the new President of Costa Madora, to defend the sovereignty and independence of Costa Madora, to protect the people, their rights and freedoms, and uphold the Constitution of the Costa Madora." Section IX. The President of Costa Madora is inviolable, however in case of suspected misconduct, the Parliament must remove them from their office. Article II, the Vice President Section I. The Vice President is the deputy head of state and government, answering to the President of Costa Madora. Section II. All Madorian citizens who have reached the age of majority may be elected Vice President of Costa Madora. Section III. Similarly, the Vice President is elected by Madorian citizens for a four-year term by secret ballot. Section IV. The same individual may not be elected Vice President for more than two consecutive terms. Section V. The Vice President shares the same inviolable status as the President, however can also be removed by the Parliament. Article III, the Electoral Board Section I. The Electoral Board of Costa Madora serves as an organizer for the elections in Costa Madora. Section II. They are responsible for organizing the presidential and other elections. Section III. The Electoral Board is part of the Bureau of Government, a subdivision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
  9. TO BE EDITED! Part II, Legislature Article I, the Parliament Section I. The Parliament of the Republic of Costa Madora shall consist of two houses; the Senate and House of Representatives. Section II. The Parliament will be led by the President of Senate. Article II, House of Ministers Section I. Section II. Article III, Prime Minister Section I. Section II.
  10. List of Prime Ministers 1845-1853, Emilio Figueroa (served full term) 1853-1857, Luciano Miralles (served half term) 1857-1865, Joaquin Leguizamo (served full term) 1869-1871, Patricia Espiga (unpopular, resigned) 1871-1874, Juan Manuel Romero (unpopular, assassinated) 1874-1883, Raul Morillo (became a dictator, assassinated) 1883-1886, Alejandro Curbelo (died in office, tuberculosis) 1886-1894, Miranda Andino (served full term) 1894-1902, Salvador Pomar (served full term) 1902-1908, Edmundo Santángel (assassinated) 1908-1916, Adrián Rubio (served full term) 1916-1920, Juan Martín Nores (served full term) 1920-1928, Alexandre Beauvais (served full term) 1928-1936, Marie-Hélène Brugière (served full term) 1936-1939, Léonard Benett (assassinated) 1939-1942, Óscar Mata (impeached) 1942-1945, Felipe de Lima (died from bullet wound, failed assassination) 1945-1953, Christian Martinez (served full term) 1953-1957, Matthew Tejedor (unpopular, served half term) 1957-1965, Andrés Sanz (served full term) 1965-1969, Juan Dávalos (served half term) 1969-1977, Lucia Monterero (served half term) 1977-1981, Edmundo Galán (assassinated) 1981-1989, Nicolás Gutiérrez (served full term) 1989-1997, Isabella Villacrés (served full term) 1997-2001, Samuel Espinoza (unpopular, resigned) 2001-2009, Simón Magrina (served full term) 2009-2014, Aleixo Nogueira (resigned due to health problems) 2014-2017, Sebastían Villacrés (died in office) 2017-Present, Martín Villacrés
  11. Dossier: Gustav Andino Date of birth: November 24, 1980 Residence: Palencia Alma mater: University of Palencia Known affiliations: Member of the Malian Parliament, 1999-2017 Minister of Internal Affairs, 2010-2014 Deputy to Prime Minister Sebastían Villacrés, 2014-2017 Deputy to Prime Minister Martín Villacrés, 2017-Present Parents: Gustav Andino Sr. and Emilia Douglas Spouse: Loretta Schroeder (m. 2000) Children: Elliot Schroeder (b. 2000) and Lorenzo Andino (b. 2003)
  12. @Orioni What are you referring to? Also to answer your question: The Krosarian Union (KU) is a political and economic union of 21 member states. Currently, Krosarian Union's members are: Costa Madora, Baand, Greca, Esta Ostad and Esta Maustan, Kaplesh, Merrifort, North and South Kirona, Benea, Blainburg, Salvona, Riadad, Kairupoz, New Kairupoz, Mahiti, Southern Mala, Barcelbao, Barborico, Valencia and South Kica.
  13. WE, the people of Costa Madora, having created the State of Costa Madora seven centuries ago, based our legal foundations on the Statutes and Constitution of Costa Madora, defended its freedom and independence in order to preserve its spirit, native grammar and customs, the rights of all citizens and the Nation to live freely in the land of its fathers and forefathers. Standing in the independent State of Costa Madora, we adopt and grant ourselves this Constitution on 8 June, 1916. Using the Constitution as our supreme law, we swear to uphold social, economic and political justice, freedom of thought, speech or belief, and promote equality and fraternity. Part I, Fundamental laws Article I, the State Section I. The Republic of Costa Madora and Bellefait Isles is a sovereign state, adopting the unitary semi-presidential system. Section II. Executive power shall be executed by the President, Vice President and Parliament of Costa Madora. Section III. Other government power is exercised by elected and appointed members of the government, representing the citizens. Section IV: No person or group may usurp a government position, illicitly exercise power or cause harm to the state and its citizens. Section V. All citizens shall have the right to resist anyone who violates the nation’s independence, territorial integrity, and constitutional order of the State of Costa Madora by force. Section VI. The territory of Costa Madora consists of: Linchester and Roseley islands Sinclair and Pescait islands Canbuttu Isles Bellefait Isles The state can accept new territories, establish new provinces and adjust its borders. It also has full sovereignty over its airspace and coastal waters to protect, conserve and exploit local natural resources. Section VII. The capital of Costa Madora shall be Vitorife. Section VIII. The official language is Madorian. Section IX. Other minority languages such as Esta Ostadian or Barborican are allowed and will be maintained by the proper institutions. Section X. The national flag is a vertical tricolor of red, green and blue with a golden cross. Section XI. The national anthem is determined by the Parliament of Costa Madora. Section XII. The national animal is the golden eagle. Section XIII. The national tree is oak. Article II, Citizenship Section I. All individuals are entitled to Madorian citizenship, for example; those born in Costa Madora to a Madorian citizen those born outside Costa Madora to a Madorian citizen those who married a Madorian citizen those who have lived in Costa Madora for at least 5 years These individuals will be allowed to permanently reside within Costa Madora or abroad. Section II. Some individuals are entitled to honorary citizenship granted by the Foreign Minister. Section III. Stateless individuals and refugees are entitled to Madorian citizenship granted by the Government. Section IV. The Government regulates all Madorian citizenships, but cannot terminate them, unless prompted to. Article III, Rights and Freedoms Section I. The Republic shall protect the rights of all citizens while respecting the fundamental responsibilities of political, economic and social solidarity. All citizens, regardless of gender, have the same social dignity and are equal before the law, without distinction between race, language, religion or political views. It is the duty of the Republic to remove those obstacles of an economic or social nature which restrict the freedom and equality of citizens, to promote the full development of the human being and the effective participation of all workers in the political, economic and social organization of the country. Section II. The private life of all individuals is inviolable. Information concerning the personal life of the individual may be collected only if justified. Section III. All private property is inviolable and entry will not be permitted, unless it is necessary to ensure public order, apprehend a criminal, save the life, health or property of the individuals. Section IV. If necessary, the property may be taken over in accordance with the procedure established by law. All individuals are justly rewarded. Section V. No person shall be arbitrarily detained, arrested or deprived of liberty. Section VI. All citizens have the right to uncensored information concerning them. Section VII. It is prohibited to torture, injure, humiliate or kill any Madorian citizen. Section VIII. If convicted, all individuals have the right to a fair trial by an unbiased court, remaining innocent until proven guilty. Section IX. No individual can be convicted of the same crime twice. Section X. All defendants will be provided a public/private attorney at their request. Section XI. It is prohibited to compel the defendant or their relatives to provide evidence against themselves in court. Section XII. Punishment will be imposed only if the individual has committed a severe crime. Section XIII. All citizens have the right to criticize the Government. Section XIV. Everyone has the right to proper education or healthcare. Section XV. All citizens who have reached the age of majority and are capable can participate in the governance of Costa Madora. Section XVI. All citizens have the right to form political parties and associations, provided they are not contrary to the Constitution. Their foundation shall be regulated by the law. Section XVII. No individual will be forced to participate in a political party or association. Section XVIII. Citizens of different ethnic backgrounds have the right to nurture their language, culture and customs. Section XIX. The State shall support the families and their children, providing benefits if necessary. Section XX. All religious organizations recognized by the State shall be open to public. Section XXI. Education shall be compulsory until the age of 16, with higher education catered to each individual need and their abilities. Section XXII. All education shall be secular, however parents have the right to request religious education. Section XXIII. The Government shall also support culture and science.
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