Queen, Prime Minister and senior officials visit Canberra, Australia

Canberra, ACT Australia and Tyrshavn, Denton Zealandia

Today members of the Zealandian Government and Chamber of Deputies travelled to Canberra the Australian capital city and the Australian Parliament.

Her Majesty the Queen, Prime Minister Dylan Grönsson, Minister for Internal Affairs Shakira Danger and leader of the Communist Party Axeris Rödsson travelled from Zealandia to the Australian capital city Canberra which is approximately 286km away from Tyrshavn to discuss with Australian Senators and officials the impact that the

Prime Minister Grönsson talking to media at Australia's Parliament

Prime Minister Grönsson talking to media at Australia’s Parliament

proposed fee deregulation would have on not just people like themselves but students across Australia.

Both Her Majesty the Queen and Prime Minister Grönsson fronted the media, with much focus from the Australian media going to our Prime Minister, who discussed the impacts that fee deregulation would have.

The Prime Minister and leader of the Communist Party also briefly attended a session of the Australian Senate, before Their Excellency the Prime Minister spoke to the media.

The Queen and the Minister for Internal Affairs visited the offices of various Senators and

Her Majesty the Queen and Their Excellency the Prime Minister at Parliament

Her Majesty the Queen and Their Excellency the Prime Minister at Parliament

officials in Canberra to discuss the issue of fee deregulation.

Following their visit to Australia’s Parliament, Axeris Rödsson, Her Majesty the Queen and Prime Minister Dylan Grönsson as leaders of the Communist Party, the Zealandian Government and Alternative! met to agree on what is now called the Canberra Agreement, whereby all three would cooperate within Zealandia to support each other and the Zealandian Government in any antifa actions.

The Zealandian Government  also released a statement called the Canberra Declaration on Democracy and Combating the Far Right.


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Zealandian Government Committed to Anti-fash acts

Tyrshavn, Denton Canton.

The Minister for State Security*  The Right Honourable Anna Lindström PC QD QA, has announced that the Grönsson led government is committed to upholding the anti fascist sections of the constitution and the Syndicalism, Protection of Socialism and Anti Fascism Act 2014.

The Zealandian Guardian had heard rumours of one of the Independent members of the Riksdag was planning on introducing a bill to repeal both the Syndicalism, Protection of Socialism and Anti Fascism Act 2014 and move an amendment to the constitution to remove the antifascist clauses.

Minister Lindström said with regards to the Zealandian Government policy on fascism and Nazism “We will stand by our legislation and continue to combat fascism and Nazism where we find it,  if we find it in Zealandia we will crush it under the peoples’ collective boot”, the Minister then spoke about her concerns about the rise of the far right in the wider micronational community “We are hoping that like the BUF the rise of the micronational far right turns out to be a flash in the pan, however it is very concerning and it is something that we [the Zealandian Government] feel not only impacts on state security but also on our foreign affairs”.

Lindström also hinted at a possible agreement to be signed on antifascism between the Zealandian Government and the two major political parties (Communist and Alternative!) saying “Its possible that something may gained from the talks that will be held in Canberra, between the Zealandian Government, Alternative! and the Communists”.

Lindström finally stated that she and the Zealandian Government where wholly committed to supporting the fight against fascism and nazism in all their forms

*Full name of the Ministry is Ministry for State Security, Emergencies and Anti-fascism (Se: Ministeriet för Statssäkerhet och Antifascism)

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Riksdag Opened By Her Majesty the Queen

Tonight the Zealandian Chamber of Deputies (commonly known by its Swedish name, The Riksdag) was formally opened by Her Majesty the Queen. Attended by various members including the Prime Minister, Queen Astrid opened the

Queen Astrid during the speech from the throne

Queen Astrid during the speech from the throne

proceedings by officially summonsing the members by banging the black cane on the door to the chamber. Queen Astrid then rose and delivered her speech from the throne in which she said she had great hopes for Zealandia as it approached it’s 5th anniversary and had elected its first democratically elected Prime Minister. Prime Minister Dylan Grönsson then rose and delivered a reply to Her Majesty’s speech. Her Majesty then moved a motion that confirmed the Riksdag approved of her decrees between sessions. Anna Lindström the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Culture then took the floor moving a motion that condemned Australia’s Human Rights record (you can read the motion here).

Prime Minister Grönsson in the Riksdag

The Riksdag passed the act unanimously after a stranger was invited by Her Majesty to have her views heard by the chamber on the matter. Lindström then moved amendments to the Criminal Code and for the passage of the Zealandian Watch Act, both of which where spoken to by the Minister for State Security. Both acts passed. On the advice of the Prime Minister, Her Majesty suspended the Riksdag until a moment of her choosing.

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Formateur Appointed

Following today’s election Her Majesty Queen Astrid has appointed Their Excellent

Hugely popular and possibly the next PM?

Excellency The Right Honourable Lord Dylan Grönsson QA QD KWC KCZL KCRS KCOZ , the Duke Grönsson (IND), who is currently the Minister for Health and the Environment, Human Rights Commissioner and Marshal of the Realm as the Formateur of Government.

The position of Formateur is a relativity new concept in Zealandian politics and is borrowed from both Dutch and Belgian politics, the job of the Formateur is to form a group of people for whom the Queen can then appoint to the Privy Council and its cabinet subcommittee, essentially forming a government for Her Majesty.

The word itself is of French origin and means someone who shapes in that language, used in the Dutch and Zealandian sense it means someone who leads the formal talks to forming government.

Grönsson has already hit the ground in this task by opening talks with Alternative!

Lindström is in talks with Grönsson

(Alternative! Party of Labour and Independence) leader and current Minister for Foreign Affairs and Society, and Minister for State Security The Right Honourable Commissioner Anna Lindström QA QD EQD ZWD who is also member of the Zealandian Watch over possible inclusion of Alternative! in the Grönsson led administration.

Grönsson has been a runway political success since they began their political career in Zealandia earlier this year, having come from an activist background, they have provided something of a fresh breeze into the body politic of the Commonwealth.

Their rise has been rapid starting off as Human Rights Commissioner, followed by appointments as Minister for the Environment and Health and then appointment as the

very first Marshal of the Realm in Her Majesty’s court, their rise has been in a way mirrored by their partner General Ax Rödsson of Her Majesty’s Civil Guard, who successfully pulled off Operation Tyr earlier this year.

Grönsson’s victory also is a possible signifier that party politics is could be on the way out in the Commonwealth with his personal popularity way ahead with the Zealandian people than the popularity of either the Moderate Party or Alternative!.


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Election results come in

Tyrshavn, Denton Canton

Her Majesty Queen Astrid annoucing the results.

Her Majesty the Queen has announced the results of the advisory election on the Prime Minister.

The results come in at:

Sir Pingu Pikaviksson (Moderate Party): 33.33%

Lord Dylan Gronsson (Independent): 66.67%

The results having just been announced it is expected that Her Majesty the Queen will ask the winner to formulate a new government and act as her Formateur until August the first where upon she will appoint the new Government.

It is expected that Lord Gronsson will make a statement later tonight.

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Countdown to the Advisory Prime Ministerial Election

New Ystad, New Scania.

The countdown to the advisory election for the Prime Minister has less than 24 hours to run before the polls open at 11:00 AM Zealandian Time (10:30 AM AEST).

In a poll conducted by the Zealandian Guardian showed that out of the two contenders incombent Sir Pingu Pikaviksson (Mod) would lose to Alternative! endorsed indepdependent Lord Dylan Gronsson by 80%.

The election which has is a two horse race between the two politicans has seen Lord Gronsson’s popularity leap head following the conclusion of the crisis in New Scania, which saw Gronsson’s partner take a leading role in the Zealandian Defence Force.

Although the election is an advisory for the Queen on to whom she should appoint as Prime Minister it is expected that she will appoint the winner and that the Chamber of Deputies which is due to meet in late August will pass a motion of confidence in Her Majesty’s Prime Minister.

The polls are expected to close around 5PM Zealandian time tommrow (22nd), with Her Majesty to appoint her Prime Minister on the 1st of August.


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Queen issues writs for election

Tyrshavn, Denton Canton.

Her Majesty the Queen last night issued the first electoral writs since 2012 for Zealandia, in the Australian city of Melbourne.

The election is to advise Her Majesty on whom she should appoint to the Office of Prime Minister of Zealandia and Chief Minister of Denton Canton.

There are currently two contenders for the position; Sir Pingu Pikaviksson PC QD KCZL (the incumbent) [MOD] and Lord Dylan Grönsson QA PC QD KCZL KCOZ , the Duke Grönsson (currently the Minister for Health and the Environment) [AU GRN/ALT! endorsed].

This election could potentially break the so called Pink-Blue-Green coalition that has governed the country since the glorious restoration of the monarchy.

The election will be held on 22 July and the winner may be appointed on 1 August.

Sir Pingu was unavailable for comment as was Lord Grönsson.

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