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Krakow --- President Alec Pradeux issued his first Executive Decree that is intended to address the problem of inequality in Dalmatia. "In the original constitution for the Republic of Dalmatia, there is one main thing promised to the people of this great nation. Equality," President Pradeux said in front of a live audience.

"Unfortunately, we haven't been following this part of the constitution to the best of our abilities. All nationalities have been grouped under the "Nord" ethnic group, ever since the Nordic Socialist took power. Essentially, they are being forced to assimilate into a culture not of their own, both culturally and religiously. Therefore, I will be ending this practice today, for a new Dalmatia."

The Executive Decree signed contained the following main points, as issued by the Office of the President.

1. All ethnicities in Dalmatia will no longer fall under the "Nordic" category.

2. All cultures and languages will be represented equally throughout the nation.

3. The official state calendar will be re-done, to include the holidays of all the nationalities in Dalmatia.

4. All Nordic Socialist organizations promoting culture will be disbanded.

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4. All Nordic Socialist organizations promoting culture will be disbanded.

The RSSN strongly disagrees with this decision. It is the right of all people to do whatever they want, no matter how you may disagree with them. If these are government organizations, then fine, that we support, but disbandment of all Nordic Socialist organizations promoting culture is simply wrong.

2. All cultures and languages will be represented equally throughout the nation.

How do you plan to do this? Making culture and language your defining institutions by which you judge representation makes for more division, and if you are not careful, civil war.

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1. All ethnicities in Dalmatia will no longer fall under the "Nordic" category.

This is truly excellent, as people should not be forced to pretend to be something that they are not.

2. All cultures and languages will be represented equally throughout the nation.

Are you sure about the linguistic part? It's much more convenient to have a Lingua Franca. Otherwise you'll end up, given the diversity of your territory and peoples, having everything on seven different languages, which is just impractical. And expensive.

3. The official state calendar will be re-done, to include the holidays of all the nationalities in Dalmatia.

Lots of holidays...that is going to be excellent. Expect Germans to drop by now and then for booze.

4. All Nordic Socialist organizations promoting culture will be disbanded.

This is great news, however we beg you to make a difference between the Nordsocs (Nordics), and those who are simply Nordlandic, which should be recognized as simply one of the many cultures.

Good luck!

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The RSSN strongly disagrees with this decision. It is the right of all people to do whatever they want, no matter how you may disagree with them. If these are government organizations, then fine, that we support, but disbandment of all Nordic Socialist organizations promoting culture is simply wrong.

How do you plan to do this? Making culture and language your defining institutions by which you judge representation makes for more division, and if you are not careful, civil war.

"Australia is a land of diversity--whether in politics, ethnicity, or culture, if it exists somewhere in the workld in significant quantities, it likely exists here. We are proud of our mixed heritage, and have been for a long time--and we have never been in civil war. Our differences make us, not weak, but strong, like mixing two or more metals properly creates a newer, stronger alloy."

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"Australia is a land of diversity--whether in politics, ethnicity, or culture, if it exists somewhere in the workld in significant quantities, it likely exists here. We are proud of our mixed heritage, and have been for a long time--and we have never been in civil war. Our differences make us, not weak, but strong, like mixing two or more metals properly creates a newer, stronger alloy."

"Australia does not have the same diversity that Dalmatia does. In Australia, there is one major language spoken: English. Other minorities do indeed exist, however English is spoken by the vast majority of Australians. On the other hand, in Dalmatia, whilst a majority of the population in the North speaks German because of the days of Nordland, in the South as well as in the North for some part you have extreme diversity. German, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Croat, Serbian, and Romanian are just some of the languages spoken in Dalmatia. It is far more convenient to have a single Lingua Franca, as Germany suggested."

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"Serbcroatian can be considered one language with two different writing standards, and it is understood by all those from the former Yugoslavia. That is an easy part. The other slavs can understand enough of it that it can be learned easily. Then the Germans can use either German or Nordlandic, which they both already speak. But the Hungarians are completely different. Either way all have been taught Nordlandic long ago, so either Yugoslavian or Nordlandic would be the best options - or maybe two. Having two languages could be reasonable. We of course are merely interested in the matter but do not expect nor wish to modify the decision of the sovereign Government. We respect whatever that they do decide."

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"Australia does not have the same diversity that Dalmatia does. In Australia, there is one major language spoken: English. Other minorities do indeed exist, however English is spoken by the vast majority of Australians. On the other hand, in Dalmatia, whilst a majority of the population in the North speaks German because of the days of Nordland, in the South as well as in the North for some part you have extreme diversity. German, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Croat, Serbian, and Romanian are just some of the languages spoken in Dalmatia. It is far more convenient to have a single Lingua Franca, as Germany suggested."

"I will admit we don't have as many languages as that, but you are mistaken in your belief that English is the only major language. However, the point was not merely concerning language."

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The RSSN strongly disagrees with this decision. It is the right of all people to do whatever they want, no matter how you may disagree with them. If these are government organizations, then fine, that we support, but disbandment of all Nordic Socialist organizations promoting culture is simply wrong.

"The opinion of the government of the Democratic Republic of the Pacific reflects these statements."

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"One Lingua Franca, or perhaps two to make the bureaucracy less bulky while acknowledging all languages in their individual regions may work. In essence, similar to what Germany already proposed.

Also, the GDR approves of these steps by the Dalmatian Government."

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