Union of Dzialka Socialist Republics
Związek Socjalistycznych Republik Działkowych (Polish)
|Motto: "Jeszcze Działka nie zginęła" (Polish)|
"Dzialka has not perished yet"
|Government||Unitary marxist-leninist one-party socialist republic|
• First Secretary
• II Secretary
|1 February 2023|
|3.55 km2 (1.37 sq mi)|
|Currency||Polish złoty (PLN)|
The Dzialka Union, officially the Union of Dzialka Socialist Republics (UDSR), is a country located in Central Europe. Dzialka has a population of 10 (as of 14 September 2023). The capital is Dzialka.
Dzialkan culture, traditions and national awareness began to take shape in December 2022 with the first meetings of the local people led by First Secretary Witold Witkolandzki and II Secretary Natt Falkenhausen. As a result of the invasions of the Duchy of Roman, the people united and on February 1, 2023, independence was declared. The Union of Dzialkan Socialist Republics was established. There were also other imperialist enemies who wanted to threaten the sovereignty of the country.
On February 17, as a result of the partial occupation of the country, martial law was introduced. During martial law, the government-in-exile was debating, no national meetings were organized. Partisans fought for freedom. Finally, on May 3, 2023, martial law was lifted, around the announcement of the next meeting.
At the 27 May meeting, the Dzialkan government declared first dzialkan Constitution
Konlej Group Mutiny
On June 24, the Konlej Group revolted against the I Secretary, demanding changes in ministries, establishing diplomatic relations with the Republic of Arkazja, and moving towards democracy. The authorities began to fight the rebels, but later an agreement was reached which achieved all demands except for democratic changes.
The Great Purge
On June 25, Four citizens committed high treason causing significant damage in the country. After a 4-hour investigation, the USRD Secret Service apprehended the perpetrators and revoked their citizenship, they were also banned from entering the country.
Politics and government
Dzialka Union functions as highly centralized, one-party socialist republic with democratic values. Legislative, judicial and executive power is held by the cabinet which is Central Committee of the Dzialkan United Party of Labour made of I, II Secretaries and ministries. Secretaries are the most powerful of the government.
Dzialkan United Party of Labour is for now the only political party in the country.
|Dzialkan United Party of Labour
Działkowa Zjednoczona Partia Pracy
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Currently, the cabinet of Dzialkan Union have 2 ministries:
- Ministry of Internal Affairs
- Ministry of Justice
Law and order
Dzialkan Union is a LGBTQ+ friendly micronation, with the government fully recognizing their identities and providing protections from discrimination.
|Physical Allies||Online Allies||Non-aggression||Mutual recognition||Unilateral recognition||Enemies|
Geography and climate
|Date||Name of the event||Description|
|1 January||New Year's Day||The first day of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar.|
|1 February||National Independence Day||Annual event celebrated to commemorate the independence of the nation from Poland on 1 February 2022.|
|1 May||Labour Day||Annual holiday to celebrate the achievements of workers.|
|27 May||27 May Constitution Day||Dzialkan national and public holiday that celebrates the declaration of the Constitution of 27 May 2023 - the first Dzialkan constitution.|
|25-26 December||Christmas||Christmas (or the Feast of the Nativity) is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it is preceded by the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season of Christmastide, which historically in the West lasts twelve days and culminates on Twelfth Night. Christmas Day is a public holiday in many of the world's nations, is celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, and forms an integral part of the holiday season centered around it.|