Strathclyde’s Constitutional Crisis Ends



The President declared a state of constitutional crisis in the Strathclyde Republic recently under emergency powers. There had been numerous referenda on the constitution, especially as respects the head of state.

During the “state of constitutional crisis”, the House of Keys [Strathclyde’s parliament] imposed a new constitution, stating that certain provisions could not be repealed or amended. Such provisions concerned the institutions of the Republic, like the Presidency, the House of Keys, and so forth. The Strathclyde State will therefore always remain a republic.

The constitution crisis is still in existence and cannot end until the expiry of one month from the date of its declaration, or whenever an Ending Order is formally made by Mr Colquhoun, the President.

Nothing in the constitutional crisis affects diplomatic relations or citizenry.


Mark Colquhoun


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