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    Wednesday, 6th February 2013

    CDU to take federal government
    Agreement reached between the CDU and the FDP which will be giving parliamentary support to Meyer's candidacy, SPD to abstain

    Article by Julian Erhardt

    Berlin - The three week-long contact round between the CDU, the LA and other parliamentary forces is over as Gertrude Meyer's party has been able to get support from the FDP at the Reichstag. After tense and difficult conversations ended this evening, a spokesman for the liberals announced their intention to vote FOR Gertrude Meyer's candidacy for Chancellor. She will be voted by the Reichstag on Saturday, thus she will become the first conservative to hold the office in more than 80 years.


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    Wednesday, 28th August 2013

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    Chancellor Meyer to visit Os Corelia soon
    Visit comes after recent appointment of Maleeka Liszckoszi as ambassador to the Reich, a 'reaffirmation of the special germano-corelian alliance' experts say.

    Article by Jean Paul Valois

    Berlin - Chancellor Gertrude Meyer is expected to visit Os Corelia next weekend to maintain the second bilateral meeting of this year with the Viscount of Os Corelia, Miltok Hargadoon. According to reliable sources from within the Office of the Chancellor, both Meyer and Hargadoon had decided that there would be two fixed regular annual meetings between both leaders, one taking place at spring at the GDR and the second one taking place on late summer-autumn at Os Corelia.

    Ms. Meyer will be accompanied in her visit by ministers St?fan Laurent (economy), Karl Rommelien (defence) and Norbart Solomon (health). Among the discussion topics of the meeting, the implementation of the joint healthcare system and military cooperation are expected to be the discussion hotspots. Rumours regarding a possible offer to the Os Corelian government for a joint manned Mars exploration program have been dismissed by the spokeswoman of the federal cabinet.

    During the summit, chancellor Meyer is expected to deliver a speech to the corelian parliament, as her predecessors in office Robert Mainzer and Christine Vooleeck did before her. This will be Gertrude Meyer's first official visit to the nordic country after entering office last February.


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    Sunday, 1st September 2013

    Interview with Chancellor Meyer

    Interview by Erin Junker

    Berlin/GFP redaction - To celebrate the first 200 days of conservative government in the Reich our fellow reporter Erin Junker. Here are some excerpts of said interview.

    Erin J - Good evening ms chancellor. I'd like to begin my interview by asking you about foreign policy. How will you enhance cooperation with the Reich's greatest ally?

    Gertrude M - First of all, good evening as well Erin. It is my intention to go further into the healthcare cooperation we started developing during april's bilateral meeting. We've also in mind to renew our military cooperation commitments. The abandoning of the ECSTO by the previous SPD government was a serious foreign policy mistake that cost our nation a privilege in the european stage that had took years to get by former chancellor Mainzer.

    EJ - So you have an intention to give the ECSTO, or a similar kind of alliance, a new chance?

    GM - Perhaps. However we first gotta talk about it with the Corelian high stances. If we do anything in that direction it will never be without them. The germano-corellian friendship is the main pillar of our foreign policy, even more after the demise of the USSR.

    EJ - As you may know, this Sunday is the 74th anniversary of the invasion of Polan and its annexation into the Reich. Regarding self government and minorities' rights, does the government have any project in mind so as to calm down self-determination demands? Considering the relative success of nationalist parties, such as the New Flemish Alliance or the German Free Alliance, in last Reichstag election are they a new political factor to be taken into account?

    GM - All political forces are to be taken into account. One of our government's goal is to answer to those demands by the people of minority groups. For over 70 years we have lived in a country which is predominantly german-culture but with important french and polish populations. And there are also other smaller, yet important groups of dutch, frisian, luxemburguish, catalan, basque, occitan, slovak, russian, czech and bavarian language speakers. I myself am dutch-speaking. All those people's have an aspiration for their ethnic and language rights to be respected. We will propose solutions for that problem, but always from the perspective of the unity of the state.

    EJ - One last question. Regarding the defence policy you're going to pursue, which are going to be its main goals?

    GM - The last administration before we arrived in office left us with an armed forces which are the joke of the region. Yes, they are amon the top three largest militaries. However, we are unprepared for the threats of the 21st century: cybernetic warfare, and nuclear and biological terrorism. Maybe we managed to contain the 2008 Animortus virus outbreak and the 2009 S1N1 Munich incident. However, I'm more than sure that if samples of the virus came into terrorists' hands it could be far worse than anything ever seen before.

    In spite of the enormous threat that poses to us, we consider it far unlikely. Thus we're focusing now on cybernetic warfare and we plan to increase our spending on that are. That doesn't mean, however, that we're not going to invest in our troops. The ministry of defence has drafted a project, which my office is considering, that consists basicaly in a long-term plan to increase our navy and air force units to provide the Reich and our allies with an adequate sea and air defence barrier against external threats. We're also considering an important revision of our army effectives with an option to draft more men and women up for service.


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    Wednesday, 23rd July 2014

    Government announces reform on the election of the Grossdeutscher European Council representative

    Erin Junker

    Berlin Vice chancellor Robert Mainzer announced today a proposal by the government to turn the councillior position from being designated by the executive to an elected position to be voted by the citizenship. According to the vice chancellor, this reform is expected to be put on the floor of the Reichstag in next week's session and the council representative could be elected as soon as mid-august.

    When asked about this sudden and unexpected reform, chancellor Meyer said it was a petition the oposition forces of Linkst Alternative and the German Free Alliance had made to her and that she'd agreed to the need of further democratisation of public offices.

    Current council representative is Howard S?nger, FDP member and former representative during the chancellorship of Robert Mainzer. He's allegedly said that once the reform is voted and approved he will be stepping down as council representative and leave active political roles to return to his former occupation in private enterprise.

    Waldenstein denounces overpopulation of the Reich, calls for solutions

    Julian Erhardt

    Berlin NSEP leader G?nther Waldenstein held a news conference today in which he denounced the serious overpopulation problems the Reich is facing. 'More than one and a half billion people are enclosed in a country with a population density of more than a thousand people by each square kilometer. We need solutions and we need them now before this degenerates into further problems and ultimately social chaos'.

    Waldenstein made reference to the latest survey by the Center for Social Studies of the federal government which clearly pointed to overpopulation as a key problem for society. He took a moment to remember how in the 1930s Adolf Hilter annexed nearby and less populated countries such as Poland and France so the population could settle there. 80 years later, however, the problem has become much worse and people are crowded, living in small spaces. As a matter of fact, the Reich's three largest cities: Berlin, Paris and Vienna are over 25 million inhabitants each.

    The federal government must try it's best to try and find a solution before the problem becomes far too difficult to solve.


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    Wednesday, 30th July 2014

    Bundestag session will debate embargo on Groot-Belgi?, full association bill proposal with Os Corelia, direct election of Euro Council representative

    Erin Junker

    Berlin Today the Bundestag is about to convene for the last meeting before the summer break in the month of August. The focus topics to be debated are the adoption of embargo measures on Groot-Belgi? following the coup staged by Emperor Jules, direct election of the representative in the European Council, and a confederal agreement with Os Corelia.

    Although the coup in Groot-Belgi? may be a process according to Groot-Belgian law, minister for foreign affairs Volker Kaufe has declared that measures "must be adopted until democracy is restored back to its rightfull place in Groot-Belgi?". When asked about the possibility of a military intervention, he's declared that the government of the Reich is not willing to go as far as to violate the independence of a sovereign country while risking the lives of Grossdeutscher men and women.

    On the other hand, a bill proposing a confederal agreement with Os Corelia is also on the floor. If approved it would mean the creation of common state structures between the two countries which would assume common competencies in economy, healthcare (already in place), military operations and free passage of goods and persons.

    In the last place, a proposal for the direct election of the European Council representative is going to be voted.

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    Aurora D?hler to run for General Secretariat of European Socialist Workers' Party

    Julian Erhardt

    Europolis In front of the meeting of the members of the Socialist Workers' Party in Europolis, Linkst Alternative co-leader and communist activist Aurora D?hler presented yesterday her bid to become General Secretary of the SWP. D?hler is running on a platform to revitalise the party which has been in a deep depression for the last 3 years which became more serious after the disappearance of the USSR.

    However, the extreme rise of Linkst Alternative in the last federal election in the Reich could mean some hope for the SWP. As of now there is no Council member from the party, however, polls point to Linkst Alternative as the most voted force if elections were to take place now and if the project of direct election for the Council representative is given the Reichstag's "AYE" then it could be a fantastic oportunity for the SWP, and for D?hler to prove her point in running for party leadership.


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    Thursday, 31st July 2014

    Belgian Emperor Jules commits suicide after ordering execution of former govt.

    Piotr Blazcowicz

    Europolis Yesterday night viewers in Groot-Belgi? were shocked to watch live on television the speech of their emperor, Jules, briefing them about the execution of the former government by firing squad and delivering his last words before commiting suicide himself, off cameras. Although the emperor is dead now, tensions continue rising. 'If he's been able to cold-bloodedly confess the killing of a group of people and then kill himself, what can we expect from the one to succeed him?' asked himself an unnamed member of the government.

    A few hours before this event took place, the Reichstag decided to implement an embargo on the smal central european country, but military action was discarded. After this shocking turn of events a government spokesman has confirmed that all Grossdeutscher citizens are to be airlifted back to the Reich in the following hours but when asked about military intervention declined commenting. Chancellor Meyer has expressed her dismay at this whole and senseless conflict. She is expected to contact fellow european counterparts in the following hours.


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    Friday, 8th August 2014

    European Council elections due for next Sunday

    Erin Junker

    Berlin After being passed by the Reichstag by an overwhelming majority, elections for the post of grossdeutscher Member of the Council are due to take place on Sunday, 17th August. No candidates are yet known but they will be announced later today by the electoral commission. This electoral campaign will be only spanning a week because electoral authorities have deemed it enough for such a campaign to be carried. However, with the size of the country to be taken into account, only a week time is not sufficient for effective campaigning. Therefore it is expected that parties will nominate well known candidates.


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    Wednesday, 13th August 2014

    Campaign intensifies as election gets nearby

    Erin Junker

    Berlin In a few days' time polls will open and citizens will go and vote for their new European Council representative. Considering the scarce time parties have had to campaign, well known candidates have been chosen for the run.

    On behalf of the ruling CDU is Volker Kaufe (53), former CDU leader and briefly Councillior before the re-appointment of Howard S?nger.

    Linkst Alternative has put young Aurora D?hler (31) forward as its candidate. D?hler has recently been elected as secretary general of the european Socialist Workers' Party with a platform to renew the party and retake Europe for the citizenship. As of now, most polls put her in first place by a short margin.

    The SPD, on a turn away from recent developments, chose former chancellor and premier commissioner Christiane Vooleeck (38) as candidate for MEC position. This came unexpectedly as she had been dismissed from party leadership two years ago and replaced by George Allen who succeeded her as chancellor.

    The liberal FDP, following the steps of the SPD after the resignation of incumbent Howard S?nger to seek another term as Councillor, has put forward successful two-term chancellor Robert Mainzer (46) as candidate.

    And finally, the NSEP will be presenting its former leader, Martin B?hm (50), as candidate.


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    Wednesday, 20th August 2014

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    Aurora D?hler elected new Member of the Council

    Erin Junker

    Berlin After two long days of vote counting, the definitive results are on. Out of the 1.149 million people called on to vote, more than 900 million came to the polls on Sunday to vote for the first time ever for the Grossdeutsches member of the European Council. Using a simple first-past-the-post system, the eurocouncillio of the Reich was chosen.

    In spite of her poll-predicted victory, Aurora D?hler (237.983.019 votes, 26%) managed to get a far better than expected victory on her immediate rival, Volker Kaufe (175.930.751 votes, 19,3%). Unsurprisingly, former chancellor Christiane Vooleeck (146.837.920 votes, 16,1%) managed to beat by a narrow margin fellow ex-chancellor Robert Mainzer (145.981.376 votes, 16%). On a turn of events, however, a man not previously considered a runner for the position, Geraldine Levallieux (115.329.931 votes, 12,6%) of the Grossdeutscher Free Alliance, managed to reach fifth position in front of NSEP spokesman and ENP leader Martin B?hm (86.929.715 votes, 9,5%) who came fifth being the last candidate among the main ones. Remaining minor candidates managed to get 3.028.531 votes and the 0,3%. 1.593.801 blank votes were issued and 282.701 votes were declared null. Out of a total electoral body of 1.149.492.830 people, 913.897.745 people came to the polls, putting participation at 79,5%.


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    Wednesday, 17th September 2014

    FDP's executive commission to meet urgently

    Erin Junker

    Berlin As Robert Mainzer has spent his first night in prison the executive commission of his party, the Free Democratic Party, is expected to meet by urgency at the request of party vicepresident Howard S?nger. Fears grow among members of the party as recent leaks from the prosecutor's office point at the possible arrest of FDP secretary general Horsten K?hler, current President of the Grossdeutsches Reich.

    Such a possibility has caused great alarm at the Reich Chancellery, with the Chancellor being quoted saying that "the arrest of a President of the Reich is unheard of and might have unexpected consequences". Horsten K?hler's office has refused to comment on this.


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