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Großgermania Speaker Icon is a country in central Europe. Taking its name from the Latin term Germania, the National Unionist empire shares borders with Russia, Poland, and the Baltic Duchy in the east, Slovakia and Italy in the south, and France and the Netherlands in the west. To the north are the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. It is divided into six regions and one territory, and is further subdivided into forty-six provinces. More about Großgermania...

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Reichstag of Großgermania

The Reichstag is the highest-level political body in Großgermania. It is democratically elected anually by the population of the Empire, and consists of one member for every hundred thousand citizens (it currently has 760 members). Members are elected through a plurality-at-large voting system; all candidates can campaign nation-wide. No person can serve more than one term successively.

The Reichstag was established by the Constitution of Großgermania, based on the principles of National Unionism. A unicameral body, the Reichstag cannot pass legislation of its own accord (a power reserved to the Emperor), although it routinely makes recommendations to the Emperor on legislative matters. The purpose of the Reichstag is to exert moderating influence on the Emperor, and it can veto any of his decisions within fourteen days of the release of an imperial decree. Although technically the Emperor can make decisions without the express approval of the Reichstag, it is common-place for him to make a speech before the assembly and ask for their approval before any major decision is made. As the Emperor has no power to make economic decisions (which is reserved to a separate assembly, the Witenagemot), similarly the Reichstag has no power to reverse economic decisions. The vote of both the Reichstag and the Witenagemot, along with the approval of the Emperor, is needed to amend the Constitution.

The only political party represented in the Reichstag is the National Unionist Party of Großgermania, which controls 452 of the 760 seats in the assembly. The other seats are held by independent members, which, for administrative and seating purposes, are divided into left-wing, right-wing, and centrist members. The Reichstag is presided over by a Ministerpräsident (currently Horst Köhler), who is appointed by the Emperor and receives no vote (except in case of deadlock). The assembly convenes in the New Reichstag Building in the capital, Nordhausen.


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Michael von Preußen2

Michael von Preußen VGM (formally styled His Imperial Majesty Michael) is the first and current Emperor of Großgermania. He also serves as King of Germany, Consul of the Lower Zorge Valley, Lord Protector of Maiden's Isle, and Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Military of Großgermania. He is the head of the House of Prussia, and as such, is the titular Prince of Prussia, although the title is not officially sanctioned and holds no power; as Emperor, Michael is sovereign of the Order of Germania.

Michael was born in the German Democratic Republic, in East Berlin. Gaining prominence as a politician, he was elected president of the Student Government at Albert-Schweitzer-Oberschule as a teenager. A talented student, Michael gratuated young at the age of sixteen, then gaining a law degree at the Free University of Berlin.

In 2007, following the creation of the German National Unionist Party (DNUP), the federal German government moved to ban the party as 'unconstitutional' under the Strafgesetzbuch, claiming it was a reformation of the National Socialist German Workers' Party. The Party hired a team of lawyers headed by Michael to lead the defense. After a lengthy battle, the Federal Constitutional Court ruled in favor of the Party, citing Michael's argument that the party, while politically fascist, 'firmly opposed the racist and undemocratic policies of the Großdeutsches Reich and the Nazi Party'.



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Association of Germanic States · Jernan Civil War · Russo-Germanian War · July War


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Imperial Observer · Radio Germania · Economy · Großgermanian Reichsmark · Germanialuft · Demographics · Education · ccTLD · Symbols of Großgermania · Names of Großgermania · Auferstanden aus Ruinen · National Flag · Coat of Arms · Holidays · Sports · Education · Healthcare


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Öresund Bridge
Öresund Bridge from Denmark to Sweden. On the right the artifical island Peberholm and on the left Saltholm. The islands shown belong to Denmark. The Swedish city of Malmö is seen on the horizon.

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Grossgermania Cheque (Italia und Germania)

...that the National Unionist Party of Großgermania holds all but one of the cabinet seats on the Imperial Council?

...that the Berlin Summit produced the most extensive treaty of any environmental conference?

...that the purchase of Maiden's Isle sparked controversy in the Reichstag that many believe led to the May 2009 Coup d'État?

...that Großgermania boasts Europe's largest economy? (Personal cheque pictured)




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View from the terrace on the Nebelhorn, alps, southern Germany
View from the terrace of Nebelhorn, in southern Germany
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