The members of the Royal Institute of Micro-Antiquities have passed their first motion regarding the governance of the organization. The motion, proposed by RIMA owner and president Liam Sinclair, will create a standing committee to formulate rules and regulations for obtaining, and retaining, membership with the historical society. The committee will convene in May to discuss proposals for the regulations with an implementation goal of the following month.
In the meantime, RIMA continues to be open to prospective members. In the absence of formal membership procedures, the president holds the final decision on the granting of membership status to applicants. If you’re interested in contributing to the historical documentation of micronationalism, you can request membership by contacting the president for more details.