Location of Grémmia in North America
|Government||Unitary parliamentary constitutional republic|
|-||Deputy President||Willis Karn|
|-||Current Constitution||20 September 2013|
|Currency||United States dollar ($)
|Time zone||Mountain: UTC -7/-6|
|Drives on the||right|
Grémmia (/ˈgreɪmijə/ or /ˈgrɛmijə/), officially the Grémmian Republic, is a unitary parliamentary republic in North America. It is landlocked and an enclave, completely surrounded by the United States. The country is situated at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, near the Crazy Mountain Range. The population is 3.
Grémmia throughout its history has been a neutral power. It is constitutionally prohibited from issuing a declaration of war, and has adopted a policy of armed neutrality. Drawing further inspiration from Switzerland, the national legislature of Grémmia is the Landsgemeinde, of which its members are all citizens who attend the monthly assembly.