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Post by Kevin on 22nd August 2011, 11:31

So many watershed elections recently huh?
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Post by Forsma on 22nd August 2011, 11:59

great news! :twisted:
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Post by Blakeway4 on 22nd August 2011, 14:13

OMG! This is getting a epic thriller Thomas Wink

Nice paper!
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Post by emperordaniel on 22nd August 2011, 20:51

Very interesting article Laugh
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Post by Thomas on 23rd August 2011, 13:49




Rohan Viscoti as he makes his final speech

Viscoti resigns as leader of Il Popolo
High Tory member Agatha Vermini to take over immediately

Dr Rohan Viscoti, the leader of Il Popolo, dramatically resigned this morning following the collapse of talks with High Tory members of his party. He will be replaced by Agatha Vermini, the party's deputy leader and most senior member of the rebelling High Tory contingent.
Viscoti announced his departure following the "collapse of negotiations" with the 10 High Tory MA's that have refused to join a coalition with the Democratic Party. "I feel that I can no longer serve in my position as leader of this party following the collapse of negotiations with both my own party, and the two major political parties. In the interest of protecting democracy in this country, I have decided to tender my resignation to the Il Popolo party, with immediate effect. I thank you all for your support during this election and hope to see the true values of Il Popolo and its voters represented in the next government."

It was revealed yesterday that Viscoti had stopped attending party meetings, as rumours of a coup by the High Tories began gathering pace. "They are very close to a deal with Cattolica Conservatori, and I think that he jumped before he was pushed today." said a senior socialist within Il Popolo. The Daily Telegraph's Harold Jones also commented on the repercussions of Viscoti's exit. "He has paved the way for a High Tory-Cattolica Conservatori coalition, dragging the socialists kicking and screaming with them. I think we're seeing the end of Il Popolo in its current form - socialism will be out of the window and traditional conservatism will take over, I feel."

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Post by emperordaniel on 23rd August 2011, 17:07

Woot Laugh Excellent news! Cheeky/Razz
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Post by Blakeway4 on 23rd August 2011, 17:17

No it sucks.
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Post by Forsma on 24th August 2011, 15:12

Why he resign???? why!!! :x
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Post by emperordaniel on 24th August 2011, 16:23

The Daily Telegraph wrote:"He has paved the way for a High Tory-Cattolica Conservatori coalition"
I think that's why Wink
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Post by Thomas on 24th August 2011, 20:56

@Forsma: "he jumped before he was pushed." He couldn't form a coalition with who he wanted to, his own party was refusing to work with him and his deputy had rebelled against him and was talking to his political enemies, Cattolica Conservatori.




Lord Secolo arriving in Celeste this morning

Cattolica Conservatori agrees coalition with Il Popolo
Secolo will remain as Lord Celestine, Agatha Vermini will become First Counsel

"I can now announce that Cattolica Conservatori and Il Popolo have reached an agreement to form a coalition government and lead Cattala into a stronger future." the words of Anthony Secolo, upon the news that Cattala's next government has finally been formed. "After 12 long days of negotiations, meetings and concessions, we have finally agreed on a policy that pleases both parties and hopefully, the public as well." said the 12th Lord Celestine, who will now become the first Cattolica Conservatori leader to govern for two terms. He was later joined in the Solium by the new leader of Il Popolo, Agatha Vermini, who was revealed as the new First Counsel, Cattala's equivalent of the Deputy Prime Minister.

Lord Secolo will now visit Queen Alexandra V to formally accept the Queen's request to form the next government, and will begin assembling his new cabinet, which will include senior Il Popolo members. Secolo has vowed to "govern effectively" and pledged to "strengthen Cattala politically, economically and socially" during his next four years in office.





Agatha Vermini during a meeting with Cattolica Conservatori today

Vermini sacrifices Il Popolo, but strengthens the High Tories
Conservative Cattala got a Tory-style boost today, says Harold Jones

The downfall of Dr Rohan Viscoti yesterday was a sure sign that the deal with Cattolica Conservatori was due any day now. The rebels, led by Agatha Vermini, forced him from his pedestal to ensure that a socialist/social democracy coalition was impossible and they succeeded. It seems plausible to me that a deal with Secolo's party was in place days ago - but the one condition was the Rohan Viscoti was not to have any part in it. Once the head of the socialist majority in Il Popolo was cut off, the body died. Without a leader, the socialists within Il Popolo - the direct descendants of the party's founders - were left helpless as the small wing of traditional conservatives within their party negotiated their way into the government that they wanted.
Viscoti's extreme policies may never see the light of day now - which will dismay his supporters - but his loyal party members will be hoping to force some of the nationalist policies onto the government. But the likelihood is that they will have no say. Agatha Vermini has played them well - it's not Il Popolo propping up Cattolica Conservatori's administration. It's the High Tories. She will be as keen as her centre-right colleagues to ensure that the mainstream Il Popolo members get no positions in the cabinet. Conservatism in Cattala is alive and well, despite what the election result now says. In fact, it's just become even more conservative.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 24th August 2011, 23:00

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by emperordaniel on 25th August 2011, 04:42

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!!!

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Post by Thomas on 28th August 2011, 12:33




Boatload of illegal African migrants escorted into a Roumeli harbour

30,000 of illegal immigrants deported since January
Government crackdown set to continue as human rights groups criticise Cattolica Conservatori

New government figures revealed that since January the 1st, over 30,000 illegal immigrants have been deported from Cattala. The government introduced strict new policies on immigration last year, including the power to immediately expel illegal immigrants and the prison sentence for assisting illegal immigrants being raised to 5 years. Police and the Border Control Agency were also given powers to detain illegal immigrants for up to 8 weeks without sentence, a policy that has been called "abhorent" by human rights groups. The expulsion of a record number of immigrants is believed to have been fuelled by uprisings in the Middle East and strong economic growth in Cattala compared to the rest of southern Europe. "For a small island nation, Cattala has very strictly enforced border controls. Illegal immigrants aren't treated with free flights and boat trips out of the country - they are not welcome with open arms." said former immigration minister Jeremiah Forste. "There's also the fact that Cattala isn't a signatory of the European Convention on Human Rights, or a member of the Council of Europe, meaning Cattala can't be forced to follow human rights as strictly as other Mediterranean nations."

"Cattala does have it's own Human Rights laws, and we follow those laws fully. We also use all available legislation to its full extent to ensure that illegal immigration is controlled and restricted." said the Border Control Agency in a statement to the Daily Telegraph.

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Queen Alexandra met Secolo, pictured, yesterday

Secolo formally creates new Government
"Work must begin now" urges Lord Celestine

Lord Anthony Secolo was asked by the Queen yesterday to form her next government, 17 days after the election was held. It's the longest period of interimperia in the history of Cattala and seals the end of a difficult period for Cattalian politics. "Lord Anthony Secolo, the 12th Lord of Celestine, accepted the invitation from Her Grace, Queen Alexandra the Fifth, to form a new government in her name. Lord Secolo has now become the 13th Lord of Celestine and will hold this esteemed title for life." said the press release from Victoria Palace.

In a speech after the meeting, Lord Celestine told the public that "No matter what has happened these past 17 days, we must work together in the interest of the nation. Our work must begin now, because these are difficult times for the world economy, for our region, for our people. Over the next four years I endeavour to strengthen Cattala as a nation - economically, politically and socially. That is the duty of this coalition government." Secolo arrived in Amadeus looking weary after two weeks of intense negotiations, which led to the resignation of Dr Rohan Viscoti and the appointment of a previous Lord Celestine's daughter, Agatha Vermini, as head of Il Popolo, who have now become the junior partner in Secolo's government.

Details about appointments to the Cabinet have also been revealed today. Agatha Vermini will, as previously thought, become First Counsel, the equivalent of Deputy Prime Minister in Cattala. Lord Esteban Montez will remain as Lord Monete, Cattala's finance minister, as well as Deputy Leader of Cattolica Conservatori. Following the retirement of Lord Taddeo Horandi at the previous election, it's thought that his role as Defence Secretary will be the prized role for the rest of Il Popolo's members to try and take from beneath Cattolica Conservatori ministers.
The appointment of an Il Popolo MA into the position of Defence Secretary, if it happens, is likely to spread concern following the party's controversial posters during the election, in which they promised to increase military spending and "secure Cattala properly."

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Post by emperordaniel on 30th August 2011, 20:27

As always, very interesting news Smile
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Post by SGJason on 30th August 2011, 20:40

You finally have a government Cheeky/Razz
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Post by Forsma on 31st August 2011, 04:01

Always interesting to read political situation in Cattala and now they had a new government. So keep up good work!
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Post by Thomas on 8th September 2011, 18:51




The now-empty Cattalian embassy in Hiigara

Cattala closes Union Embassy in Hiigara
Embassy staff return to Roumeli following the closure of the joint facility by Blue Guards of the Realm

The joint embassy of Cattala to both the AIN and Hiigaran Confederacy closed today for the final time following a series of cuts in both staffing numbers and budgets for the former enemy of the Kingdom. Catto-Hiijaran relations have remained weak following the naval blockade and plane shooting last year, and the main embassy to the Confederacy was closed earlier this year under the guise of budget cuts to international embassies. However the Daily Telegraph has now learnt that the embassy in Konfederatisk was singled out for closure by the Cattolica Conservatori government, and the relocation of some staff to the Union Embassy in Nogovicka was only a temporary move until the entire team in Hiigara was withdrawn.

"It will basically be impossible for Hiijarans to apply for visas and travel documents in their own country now." said foreign affairs specialist Dr Hugo Morrealise, "They will have to travel to another country to get the right documentation, as the tiny consulates that remain in Hiigara won't be funded enough to deal with visa applications. The arrival of the Blue Guards a few months ago was really symbolic - Cattala hasn't forgiven the Hiijaran regime for what happened in Jennai. There is no love lost between these two countries and it's a terrible shame."

The Blue Guards of the Realm, the personal guards of the Royal Family, consists of some of Cattala's most highly trained and regarded officers. Many are former armed police officers and Forza D'Assalto soldiers who serve the monarchy and are occasionally sent overseas to protect high security embassies in violent nations such as Yemen and Afghanistan. "When the Blue Guards are sent overseas, it's normally because of a collapse of relations, or major security concerns. In this situation, it's the former." said the Daily Telegraph's Harold Jones. "Most embassies that have the Blue Guards assigned are closed within six months and that is what happened with Hiigara. They're sent in, secure the building, files and staff return to the safety of Cattala, and then everyone leaves. We saw this in Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq and the USSR. Hiigara isn't a country like that - so clearly something is deeply wrong here."

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Post by Blakeway4 on 8th September 2011, 21:47

"There is no love lost between these two countries and it's a terrible shame."

Yes, shame on Cattala Wink

Prediction: Cattala will close its embassy in Syldavia pretty soon Suprised

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Post by Forsma on 9th September 2011, 09:01

This is weird.. so I think that the government must up to something. :suspect:
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Armed police in Celeste today

Cattala raises national alert ahead of 9/11
10 year anniversary poses "unique security risks" to all Western countries, says MNA

The Ministry of National Affairs has raised Cattala's general security alert to Stage Four ahead of the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terror atrocity and following increased tension between the Government and Hiigara's administration and the ongoing war in Uroboria. "We have decided to raise the general security alert to stage four due to the unique security risk to our country and Western society as a whole which may precipitate copycat attacks here in Cattala. We cannot confirm or deny if we have received any specific threats to Cattala but the terror alert level remains at Stage Five, as it has done for several years now, and the general alert level remains high." said Luca Boccelini, the Minister for National Affairs. "We are proactive at combating terrorism and security threats and will do all we can to ensure the security of Cattalians and visitors to our country." said the Minister for Counter Terrorism, Guissepi Germanea, who was present in Celeste with Boccelini at the announcement this evening.

It is the second time this year that Cattala's security alert has been raised to Stage Four, prior to the foiling of a series of terrorist plots against Cattala and allied nations. It remained at the second-highest stage until after the Hiigaran blockade of West Jennai Port ended in February. Prior to those incidents, it had only been used on the 11th September 2001 following terrorist attacks in America.




Terra Salvatore in training last weekend

Armato Salvatori completes summer exercises
Strategic Seasonal Defence Training finishes after 10 weeks of "intense preparation"

The SSDT finishes this weekend after Cattala's armed forces performed a series of training manoeuvres, night time patrols, defensive drills and offensive exercises aimed at ensuring the country is "fully prepared and protected" in case of attack or an "immediate need" to attack. The defence training was the largest since the Cold War and also the most expensive exercises in 25 years, and led to criticism from anti-war campaigners who claimed it was a "simulation of war" and was an "overly-aggressive and unnecessary waste" of taxpayers money.

Despite these claims, the Ministry of Defence is said to have been pleased with the drills and training exercises undertaken by all three main Armato sections and is expected to announce a winter SSDT once the new Minister for Defence is announced next week. The MoD is also due to unveil it's new deal with AriaRegale, Cattala's main defence and aerospace contractor, which is expected to receive a multi-billion ainero contract to produce the next generation of Terra kit, Marino ships and Cielo aircraft.

In other business news, the collapse of Energie Verdi's international partnership with ShushEnergy is expected to be announced tomorrow, following the visa cancellation of many Cattalian citizens working for Energie Verdi in Shushtrepistaz.

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Construction is under way on Cattala's largest offshore wind farm in Hellas

Energie Verdi closes Shushtrepistaz research facility
Withdrawal from Far East is now a "certainty" as partnership with Shushtrepistaz Energy collapses

Energie Verdi has abandoned it's solar energy objectives in Asia following the cancellation of its multi-billion Ainero deal with Shushtrepistaz Energy. The state-owned utility company has now taken sole ownership of the Hellas Offshore Energy project, which is partially completed and will now merge with the Hellas Wind Power project, which was already fully owned by Energie Verdi.

"We feel that it is no longer financially sustainable to continue our agreement with Shushtrepistaz Energy, since there is now serious financial pressure on that corporation and we are concerned about that. We have also decided to close our Shushtrepistaz Solar Energy facility, and those who haven't already had their visas cancelled will now be joining their colleagues returning to Cattala. All other projects we are currently running will continue since the loss of capital hasn't been as great as we feared and we are able to continue our aggressive pro-renewable plans." said the CEO of Energie Verdi today.

Meanwhile, the Foreign Ministry has confirmed that numerous Energie Verdi employees had their visas cancelled in Shushtrepistaz yesterday following the closure of Cattala's embassy in Hiigara. "Obviously we have requested that the government of Shushtrepistaz doesn't continue flouting international law by cancelling visa's without due reason. The decision of our Government to close the Hiigaran embassy was a budgetary decision and had nothing to do with recent political events."
The Foreign Minister, Lance Cottlesely, also told the media that no action would be taken over the visa cancellations. "They're an independent country. If they wish to cancel visa's then they can, but we won't be retaliating because there is no need. The Foreign Ministry has no intentions to cancel visas of any diplomatic staff from foreign countries at this time and we would take any decision regarding diplomatic visa cancellations very seriously.""




Images of the blast taken from nearby aircraft

Syldavia rocked by nuclear explosion
600,000 feared dead as mysterious nuclear blast destroys entire city

A nuclear explosion in the north of Syldavia shocked the world last night, and the death toll has now risen to over 600,000. The nuclear catastrophe is of "biblical proportions" according to analysts, and is expected to become the deadliest nuclear explosion in history. Toxic rainfall is now feared to be spreading across eastern Asia, and authorities in China, Korea, Japan and Russia are all on alert for radiation spikes. The Syldavian Government has reacted with surprise, and will now mount it's largest investigation ever and it's biggest clean up operation since the Second World War. 3PY, the country's security agency, is leading the search for answers into what happened in the city of Morka, and early signs are suggesting it was a nuclear bomb explosion that caused most of the damage, with fires spreading sporadically across the area and killing thousands more.

Cattala's government has evacuated non-essential embassy staff from the country and called for Cattalians to leave the country, and is chartering AriaRegale planes to assist in the evacuation of citizens from Syldavia. Cattalian citizens in Okatabawashi, Shushtrepistaz, Korea, China, Russia and Japan have also been warned about possible radiation materials that may have been released from the explosion.

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First Counsel Agatha Vermini will lead the government's international tours

Government is preparing for a "peace tour" of superpowers
Veratlantia and Okatabawashi are key targets for the Cabinets diplomatic trips

Senior government ministers are preparing for a series of vital overseas tours this autumn, as the country seeks to rebuild its international reputation following months of international political turmoil. Lord Celestine, the First Counsel and Lord Monete will all travel to major business and cultural centres around the world as they seek to encourage investment and trade with nations that have seen little or no Cattalian interest. The key states on the tours include the Atlantic Federation, Okatabawashi, Corraile, Llithustania, Illu'a and Lower Columbia. Queen Alexandra the Fifth is also expected to accompany Lord Celestine on trips to pro-monarch states, including the northern Veratlantian states, where the Cattalian Monarchy is widely respected and supported.

Tours of the Atlantic Federation and Lower Columbia have already been publicly announced, but plans for trips to other Western countries have remained secret until now.
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Post by Blakeway4 on 20th September 2011, 22:23

Calomnie. Dérisoire. Particularisme. Cattala au chômage! Cheeky/Razz
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Post by ForthWall on 20th September 2011, 23:46

And where is slydavia and shushtrepistaz on the list Cheeky/Razz
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