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The United Provinces of Taino, United Provinces for short, declared independence on November 18th, 2013. They are currently working on a constitution, building a citizen number, and gaining allies in the micronational world.
The United Provinces of Taino
Vivat Democratia Latin: Long Live Democracy----
Still being written
|Capital city||Capitallia (St Petersburg Florida)|
|Largest city||New Landonia|
|- King||Kevin James|
|Judicial Leader||Chris Bates|
|Currency||United Province Mark|
|National drink||Root Beer|
|Currency Peg||1 Mark = 1 U.S Dollar|
They declared independence on November 18th, 2013. They are currently working on building a history.
The U.P Mark is the official currency of the United Provinces. The Mark is pegged to the U.S Dollar at 1=1. The Monetary Act of 2013 states that the United Provinces Central Bank can print Banknotes in set denominations, and can mint coins designed by the citizens, and approved by Congress. Currently though the U.P just uses U.S coins.
The U.P Executive Branch is run by the King/Queen until death or retirement.
The U.P Congress is made up of as many citizens as possible. The Congressmen just have to be U.P citizens to join. Every person gets one vote. If the vote is equal then the King steps in and supplies a vote.
The U.P main import is food, gasoline, and propane. The main export is recycled metals. The U.S Dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling, Japanese Yen, Canadian Dollar, Australian Dollar, Swiss Franc.
The United Provinces is currently in the process of initiating diplomatic relations with the Democratic Republic of Leylandiistan. They will officially recognize any micronation if the Congress were to vote upon it.
The United Provinces is located in many places but the capital is located in the United States former county of Pinellas County, Florida.