Daily Archives: 25 July 2020

Berakistan Dissolved

Flag of Berakistan

AIMNN (25/07) – Republic of Berakistan government declared their dissolution to the delegates of the General Assembly of the Association of Indonesian Micronations (AIM) yesterday (24/07).

Besides announcing their dissolution, Berakistan President Gempar also declared its departure from AIM and expressed his gratitude to AIM members, “I wishes to express my gratitude for delegates that has accepts me and treats me well here,” said Gempar.

Closing his remarks, Gempar hopes that Indonesian micronationalism progress could be continued, “I hope micronational movement, especially in Indonesia could be better and better,” said Gempar before finally departs from the assembly chamber.

General Assembly delegates also reciprocally thanking Gempar for his participation in AIM. The response was made by Eri Septio of Jomblonisme, and Theodorus Diaz of Excellent.

By the virtue of a member state’s dissolution, Berakistan membership in AIM was automatically revoked as well in 24 July 2020.

Berakistan Survived for 2 Years

Berakistan was a micronation that was located in West Java established on 7 January 2018. The country was ruled by Moch. Gempar since its establishment until its dissolution in 2020. Berakistan was accepted as AIM observer in early 2019, and full membership status was bestowed to the country on 8 October 2019.

Observers had seen Berakistani declining trend since early 2020 that may be caused by inactivity. Observers also cited Berakistani decreasing attendance rate to the General Assembly meeting and failure to vote on multiple past resolutions. Berakistan also did not attend the General Assembly Special Session on 11 July this month.

Menurut pengamat, Berakistan telah berusaha melawan ketidakaktifan yang bisa jadi menjadi alasan utama pembubarannya. Para pengamat telah memerhatikan Berakistan yang sudah jarang hadir pada sidang Majelis Umum dan sudah tidak ikut serta pada beberapa pemungutan suara organisasi beberapa waktu lalu. Berakistan juga tidak menghadiri Sidang Istimewa Majelis Umum AIM pada 11 Juli lalu.

Berakistan Membubarkan Diri

Bendera Berakistan

AIMNN (25/07) – Pemerintah Republik Berakistan mengumumkan pembubaran dirinya pada anggota Majelis Umum Asosiasi Negara Mikro se-Indonesia (AIM) kemarin (24/07).

Dalam pernyataan tersebut, selain menyatakan pembubaran Presiden Gempar juga menyatakan pengunduran diri dari AIM dan ucapan terima kasihnya kepada anggota AIM yang telah bersikap baik kepadanya. “Saya sangat berterima kasih karena telah diterima dan diperlakukan dengan baik di sini,” ujar Gempar.

Menutup pernyataannya, Gempar berharap supaya mikronasionalisme Indonesia dapat semakin berkembang, “Semoga mikronasionalisme dunia, khususnya di Indonesia bisa semakin maju dan lebih baik lagi,” tutup Gempar, sebelum meninggalkan ruang sidang Majelis Umum.

Merespon pernyataan Gempar, delegasi Majelis Umum turut mengucapkan terima kasih kepada Gempar, di antaranya Eri Septio dari Jomblonisme dan Theodorus Diaz dari Excellent.

Dengan pembubaran Berakistan, maka keanggotaan AIM kepada negara tersebut secara otomatis dicabut sejak 24 Juli 2020.

Berakistan Bertahan 2 Tahun

Berakistan adalah sebuah negara mikro yang berlokasi di Jawa Barat dan didirikan pada 7 Januari 2018 lalu. Negara tersebut didirikan dan terus dipimpin oleh Moch. Gempar sampai pembubarannya tahun 2020. Berakistan diterima sebagai anggota AIM pada awal tahun 2019, dengan keanggotaan penuh dianugerahkan pada 8 Oktober 2019.

Menurut pengamat, Berakistan telah berusaha melawan ketidakaktifan yang bisa jadi menjadi alasan utama pembubarannya. Para pengamat telah memerhatikan Berakistan yang sudah jarang hadir pada sidang Majelis Umum dan sudah tidak ikut serta pada beberapa pemungutan suara organisasi beberapa waktu lalu. Berakistan juga tidak menghadiri Sidang Istimewa Majelis Umum AIM pada 11 Juli lalu.

Falalian Legislative Programme Published

Title page of the 2020 National Legislative Programme Law

Laporan Falalia (24/07) – Falalian People’s Council (PC) has officially published the Legislative Programme for the year of 2020 yesterday (24/07). The publication was introduced by the Deputy Speaker of the PC, Putra Maramis in front of the media crew in the House of Parliament.

According to Maramis, the PC has agreed to set 8 laws as the current priority, thus its inclusion in the 2020 Legislative Programme. One of the proposed laws included on the programme are an act on law drafting. Maramis also declared that the National Institutions Act, a proposed law that would encompass the PC, the King, and the Supreme Court institution, is also included on the programme.

Alhamdulillah [praise to god], today the People’s Council as completed its Legislative Programme for the year 2020. We hope that all proposed laws included on the programme, which includes an act on law drafting, could be completed before 2020.” said Maramis.

Parliament Requests King’s Consent to Amend the Constitution

The PC correspondence to the King, requesting his consent to amend the supreme law.

Besides publishing its Legislative Progamme, the PC also sent an official letter that expressed the parliament’s intention to amend the constitution to the King. The PC hopes that the King could grant his consent to the amendment, as the law would be used as the basis of other laws in the future.

The PC would only proceed with the amendment process if the King consented to the process, as his decree would legitimise the further process to amend articles of the constitution.

Falalian government invites readers to read the Legislative Programme and the Amendment Letter to the King, by clicking the link below (in Indonesian):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/12l0899B91GRXCs5x4IOachGrgIy0pF7E/view?usp=sharing,%20https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F6cqJcJ9apip9ZWJbdZesuTxAhAhbVYA/view?usp=sharing