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MPR creates 3 new entities

The Micronational Professional Registry (MPR) created three new legal entities today:

The Department of Diplomatic Affairs is as sophisticated as any micronation’s similar ministry, and yet the MPR is not even a governmental organisation! In addition to that, the Department of History and of Vital Statistics have practically no equivalent in most micronations.

The three new legal entities, like the MPR itself, have been incorporated in Cyberterra, the capital of the UMMOA. Cyberterra also incorporates the Cesidian Church, Saint René Descartes University and its law and health schools, but it also incorporates an intermicronational organisation, the Single Union. For information about incorporating organisations in Cyberterra, contact the city at the URL below:


You can also incorporate real buildings in the UMMOA through the Fifth World Community. For information about incorporating real buildings or districts in the Fifth World Community, contact the diaxenospitia at the URL below:




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Has the age of micro mergers begun?

As of December 2010, the Nation of Amandium, now a member of both the Micronational Professional Registry (MPR) and the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA), had a Population of 435. Oh yes, Amandium is certainly material for a future new top-level domain (TLD) in the Cesidian Root!

Well, recently the population exploded, and is now 715…

How did this happen? Well, the Royal Kingdom of Eesha, an agrarian micronation in India, was incorporated into Amandium.

HRH Lord Sir Rajasethuramavarna will maintain suzerainty over his subjects, and will be treated with equal standing compared with other Royal dignitaries in the other incorporated entities of Amandium, and HRH Amando I gets a micronation on steroids in population growth terms!

Has the age of micronational mergers begun? Is a new, more positive, less self-important form of micronationalism beginning to form? Well, one can only hope. A little more cooperation, a little more work together on common goals, certainly does help the micronational cause, and will make us all stronger and less dependent on the powers that be in the end.

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