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Hungary Declares Independence (CNRP2)


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Today, the people of Hungary have voted in a referendum to split from the Yugoslav Republic, become their own nation once again, and to declare their independence and sovereignty.  

 

Hungary does not harbor any hard feelings towards it's former nation of the Yugoslav Republic, and is hopeful that friendly diplomatic relations between the two nations will begin in the near future.

 

In celebration of their new Independence Day, a large parade is planned in a few days time, and it is the Hungarian people's hope that such a parade will be possible every year on this date henceforth.  

 

It is also expected that the new Hungarian government, once elected, will proclaim this date as a national holiday.

 

Once the new government is in place, it is largely expected that the new Hungarian government will invite foreign diplomats to petition for an embassy in the Hungarian capital city.

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The interim provisional government of Hungary is also in cordial negotions with the Yugoslav Republic to see if it would be possible to invite a part of Romania--whom Hungary has a great friendship and diplomatic relationship with--to hold a referendum on becoming a part of the new Hungarian nation.  

 

More on this development as it progresses.

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The Northlands recognizes the independence of Hungary and welcomes it to the world stage. We invite your nation to exchange embassies and we would be willing to host a delegation from Hungary to discuss relations between our nations.

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The Republic finds the further splitting of authority in the Balkans to be undesirable in the quest for global peace. While we are happy to see citizens exercise their right to self-determination, we as a government are currently choosing to continue not recognizing the sovereignty of the new Hungarian state until terms are made in regards to their desire to annex Romania.
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(OOC it's just if nobody objects to it and if Rudolf doesn't mind ceding it or splitting it. It's nothing aggressive or warmongering. If Rudolf isn't comfortable with it or somebody else really, really wants Romania, I'd be happy to let them hold another Romanian referendum. If it's a really big peeve/ irk of.yours, Hereno, and your deadest against the idea, I can drop it though. I didn't think anyone would consider it too big a deal.)

We assure the Republic that we too share their desire for global peace and have no aggressive or imperial leanings.

Hungary and Romania enjoy very friendly relations between one another, and so since we were granted a referendum, we have decided to engage in cordial negotiations on their behalf to be given the same oppurtunity as we were given. If they are wonderful. If they are not, than at least we had tried.

We simply wish to give Romania a choice if they wish to stay completely part of the Yugoslav Republic, be completely part of the new Hungarian Republic, be divided with one half part,of the Yugoslav Republic and the other half part of the new Hungararian Republic, if they wish to be a protectorate of one or the other, or if they wish to be part of neither Republics.

The citizens of Romania should have that same right and same oppurtunity, do you not agree?

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"The Kingdom of Yugoslavia is most pleased to see the Hungarian people standing on their own feet once more, and while mere typo's could be seen as grave insults, we reassure the Hungarian people that it was just that, a mere typo on what type of government our country is run.

To the issue of Romania, the Kingdom must respectfully decline not because of imperialistic expansion but because we made a promise to the Roma to protect them. To do so, the kingdom has declared war on the criminal elements who prey on the good Romanian people as well as attacking the very prominent elements of the Romanian Mafia. We will not rest until all influence of these parasites are wiped from their territory.

With that being said, the people of Yugoslavia hope for future and positive relations between the two countries of Hungary and Yugoslavia."


Sincerely,
HM Kralj Dragojev Belojevic


OOC: Nothing against you, Euphaia. I just have to deal with the Romanian Mafia :P

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( OOC none taken, Rudolf. Thanks again for Hungary.)

The Hungarian government amiably withdraw from the Romanian negotiations then, and wishes the best for their Yugoslav and Romanian friends and neighbors.

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The nation of Hungary is just buzzing with energy right now, in preparation for the coming elections.  There are many, MANY ideas going around about forming all sorts of different political parties, but it is still anyone's guess which ones will actually be formed.

 

Some of the proposed parties include: Communist parties, Socialist parties, Labor parties, Workers parties, Conservative parties, Liberal parties, Nationalist parties, Socialist Democratic parties, Green parties, Centrist parties, Marxist parties, Federalist parties, Christian Democratic parties, Progressive parties, People's parties, Democratic Labor parties, Populist parties, Capitalist parties, Constitution parties, Libertarian parties, Radical parties, Neo-Conservative parties, Paleo-Conservative parties, Protectionist parties, and even Revolutionary parties.  

 

There has even been talk of a political party modeled after a past American President's--John Quincy Adams-- policies, that they have learned about. (Nationalist, neutral, non-interventionalist, non-entanglement).

 

All of this is still just ideas, ideals, discussions, and conjecture being floated around by excited and eager Hungarian citizenry, though.  There is still much work that remains to be done.

 

There is also much talk going around about what should be written into Hungary's new Constitution.  Once the President and Legislature has been elected, they will appoint a Constitutional Committee to discuss and draft Hungary's Constitution, which will then be put before the Hungarian citizen in a special vote.  

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"The Federation of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is pleased to announce official recognition of the new state of Hungary. May Europe continue to prosper."

 

- Minister of Foreign Affairs Richard Winters

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The provisional government of Hungary thanks the Federation of Great Britain and Northern Ireland for it's recognition and warm welcome, and invites Great Britain to pick out an embassy in it's capital for whichever ambassador they choose to appoint to represent themselves with.

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