Sildavian Commonwealth of Nations
|Sildavian Commonweath of Nations|
Comunidade Sildava das Nações
|Flag and Arms of the Sildavian Commonweath of Nations|
|Headquarters:||Klöw, United Kingdom of Sildavia and Borduria (de jure)
Mëcklewmburg-Wladir (de facto)
|Members:||Template:Country data United Kingdom of Sildavia and Borduria|
|Head of the Commonwealth:||Maria I|
Gabriela I, Grand Duchess of Mëcklewmburg-Wladir|Gabriela I]]
|– Treaty of Mëcklewmburg-Wladir ratified||27 June 2021|
The Sildavian Commonwealth of Nations or SCN (Portuguese:Comunidade Sildava das Nações or CSN) is an intergovernmental organization composed of independent member countries. It currently comprises the United Kingdom of Sildavia and Borduria and the Grand Duchy of Mëcklewmburg-Wladir. Member States cooperate within a framework of common values and goals, as outlined in the Mëcklewmburg-Wladir independence treaty. These include the promotion of human rights, good governance, egalitarianism, and world peace. SCN's activities are carried out through the permanent Commonwealth Secretariat, headed by the Secretary General, and through meetings with the Head of SCN. The symbol of its free association is the head of the SCN, which is a ceremonial position currently occupied by Queen Maria I of Sildavia and Borduria.
The Commonwealth was created with the objective of integrating and allowing cooperation between countries that are or were governed by the monarch of Sildavia, and it maintains this objective to this day. It was created on 27 June 2021 after the independence of the Grand Duchy of Mëcklewmburg-Wladir of Sildavia. One of the provisions of the Mëcklewmburg-Wladir treaty was the creation of community. The community is clearly inspired by the former British Commonwealth of Nations. Although at first it was restricted to states that had historical bonds with Sildavia, it was later opened up to other states that wished to cooperate with the countries of the Commonwealth, provided they recognized the Sildavian monarch as Head of the organization.
Values and Objectives
The SCN defines its objectives and values as the preservation of human rights, environmental preservation, egalitarianism, national sovereignty and the prevalence of peace, as well as the promotion of the good activity of micronationalism.
Head of the Commonwealth
The Head of the SCN is the leader and symbol of the association between the countries that make up the community. The position is for life and, de facto, hereditary , it is held by the head of state of Sildavia. One of the requirements for entry to the Commonwealth is recognition from the head of the Commonwealth.
The Secretary General is the head of the Commonwealth Secretariat, the central body which has served the Sildavian Commonwealth of Nations since its establishment in 2021, and responsible for representing the Commonwealth publicly. The Commonwealth secretary-general should not be confused with the head of the Commonwealth, who is currently Maria I of Sildavia.
Sildavian Commonwealth Secretariat
The Secretariat General of the Sildavian Community of Nations is the main intergovernmental agency and central institution of the SCN. It is responsible for facilitating cooperation between members; organize meetings; and provide assistance and advice in policy development; and provide assistance to countries in implementing Commonwealth decisions and policies. It is, de facto, located in the Grand Ducal Palace of Mëcklewmburg-Wladir.
Historical Institute of the Sildavian Commonweath
The Historical Institute of the Sildavian Commonwealth is an entity that promotes research and historical-geographic, cultural and social sciences preservation in the countries that make up the organization. The Institute was created with two guidelines: the collection and publication of documents relevant to the history of the countries of the commonwealth and the encouragement of studies of a historical nature and the preservation of their history. The Institute's headquarters are located at the Kroppal Palace, where the institution's operations and data are published. There is also another facility located in the Grand Ducal Palace in Mëcklewmburg-Wladir which is also used for research.