News Briefs: 29 Nov 2001

Amerada: The Amerada Presidential Election that has been long awaited will take place from Dec 07/2001 to Dec 14/2001. Unfortunately the RCAA and MSA will not be able to assume control of the nation due to recent legislation and the DLPA dictatorship will continue as planned by President Washburn.

Amerada: Califario Governor Andrew Lacharite resigned this week after calling it quits due to boredom. He has been offered a job in the legislature but has yet to accept the position. Governor Sinclair expressed regret over the decision of Amerada’s longest serving governor calling it quits but Governor Sinclair wishes Lacharite the best of luck in all his future endeavours. Matthew McIvor, an acquaintance of Governor Sinclair from New Macadam, is expected to be appointed to the vacant governor’s position.

New Macadam: New Macadam’s the NUT newspaper may be joining the Amerada-Reuters. This does not present a problem to Amerada’s most trusted news source – the Amerada Associated Press – but the Nut has yet to accept the offer. The DLPA claims that the Nut will be a big prize for the Amerada-Reuters to grab as they claim that the Nut is New Macadam’s leading newspaper – they failed to mention that the Nut is New Macadam’s ONLY newspaper. Once again, the Amerada-Reuters attempts to glossy up a potential member in an effort to make the organization look good to the public, who already distrust it.

Amerada: The Amerada Presidential Election that has been long awaited will take place from Dec 07/2001 to Dec 14/2001. Unfortunately the RCAA and MSA will not be able to assume control of the nation due to recent legislation and the DLPA dictatorship will continue as planned by President Washburn. President Washburn claims that this new legislation banning RCAA leader, Peter Little and MSA leader, Nick Bridgewater from running for federal office, may not be passed by the reduced size legislature but members of the RCAA and MSA are expecting the bill to pass without opposition. They believe this because all leaders of the DLPA government are out to personally get the leaders of the MSA and RCAA. Governor Liam Sinclair announced today that if the legislation is passed by the federal government, he will run for President as directed to do so by the leader of the RCAA. RCAA members William Choc and Liam Sinclair are the only opposition members that will be able to run for president or prime minister under the legislation, which is designed to not allow any people in Amerada, who are leaders of other micronations, to run for leadership positions in the federal government.

News Briefs: 29 Nov 2001