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The Great Nation of Aboon
"Ke Dio donu al ni forton kaj ni iru."
|North America |
|- Minister Council||TBC|
|- Head of Government & State||Minister Council|
|Established||May 11, 2013|
|Area claimed||roughly, 6.8 Acres|
|Internet Domain||(proposed) .ABN|
The word "Aboon" is an English adverb meaning "Above". This name symbolizes the greatness of our Nation, hence the name "Great Nation of Aboon".
- May 11, 2013. Independence of the Great Nation of Aboon. Government set up and governemnt symbols created.
- May, 16, 2013 Aboon undergoes a government reformation, and is now a republic.
- June, 1, 2013 Aboon is officially inactive, and remerges back into the USA.
The Great Nation of Aboon is a republic. The Head of Government and Head of State are held by the "Minister Council". The Minister Council is made up of 2 elected leaders. The Minister Council holds the legislative and judicial branches of government. The Judicial Branch is held by the Magistrates Council.
Law & Order
The Executive branch is held by the Minister Council, which also holds the Legislative branch as well.
The Minister Council is involved in all foreign relations. There are currently no foreign relations at this time.
Geography & Climate
Aboon is located in the Mid-Northern United States. The weather is very cold in the winter and hot in summer. The land is rather flat and with some hills. The land is thick with trees and various grasses and wildlife.
100% of all Citizens in Aboon speak English. A small percentage of Aboonites speak Esperanto. Aboon makes many knitted clothing and other goods. Aboonites enjoy nature and the outdoors.