Zározemě

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Zározemě Republic
Flag of Germany (1867–1918).svg

Flag
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Coat of Arms

Official languageEnglish

GovernmentConstitutional monarchy
Head of StateH.M. William
Head of GovernmentJohannus von Ikner

Formation
- Fondation06 December 2013

Population10 (2013)

Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Drives on theRight

The Zározemě Republic, or simply Zározemě, being also called Occidia, was a derivatist micronation founded by Johannus von Ikner on December 2013, as an attempt to restore William von Hartmann-Peters to the New European Throne.

History[edit | edit source]

The parliamentary institutions in Zározemě have their beginnings in the late 2013. The Provisional Cabinet, dissolved on 06 December 2013 served as the basis for the functions and workings of the Zározemě Senate until a constitution was adopted. One month into session members of the Freedom Party of New Europe, who made up the majority, began advocating change to Zározemě starting with its name. Most members were strong advocates of the older imperial ideologies and proposed a name change with a new flag. More boldly they advocated placing the Provisional President, the former New European Emperor on the throne of this new nation. On 07 March 2014, after passing the various proposals the Zározemě Senat was replaced with the Landtag of Occidia.

The King of Occidia (German: König von Westerreich) was the official title of the head of state and hereditary ruler of the Kingdom of Occidia, formerly Zározemě, beginning with the proclamation of the ex-Emperor of New Europe and President of the Zározemě Republic, Wilhelm I, as "King of Occidia" during session of the Zározemě Senate, on 12 February 2014.

In late 2014, the title of King of Occidia was granted to former Emperor Wilhelm as a courtesy title, with the desestablishment of the Kingdom of Occidia.

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