TAKEBE, Seidaikei (DFNS) - The Federal Defense Force of the Daikoku Federation revealed a plan on Monday to create a navy by resurfacing all Imperial Japanese Navy ships sunk in the Philippines during the Second World War.
"We have come up with a plan to create a navy at par with the world's navies by resurfacing all warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy that sunk in the territorial waters of the Philippines during the Second World War," a general in the Federal Defense Force said in a statement.
"We also plan to modernize these ships and crew them with completely cute girls," he added.
When asked why the ships are to be crewed by cute girls, the general responded: "It has been proven that the defeat of an enemy force is largely based on firepower and cuteness."
The plan has already received funding from the Daikoku federal government, with battleships Musashi and Yamashiro, destroyer Shimakaze, and aircraft carrier Zuikaku being resurfaced and modernized by the end of the year.
This has been the most ambitious plan of the Federal Defense Force so far. It has been reported last year that it plans to create ten mechanized divisions that are fully armed with Soviet-era main battle tanks crewed with schoolgirls. It was also reported that the Federal Defense Force was planning to create a weapon of mass destruction using the power of cuteness.
TAKEBE, Seidaikei (DFNS) - The 2nd Federal Assembly held its eighth session on Monday and it approved a new law on waifu regulation.
According to the new law, the Ministry of Waifu Affairs has been established in order to deal with all issues related to waifus.
Also, the new law requires the registration of all waifus to the Daikoku federal government through the Ministry of Waifu Affairs.
The failure to register one's waifu shall lead to the invalidation of one's possession of a waifu and one shall be subject to arrest and detention on the grounds of Article 21, Sections 44, 45 and 46 of the Criminal Law of the Daikoku Federation.
According to the Federal Assembly of the Daikoku Federation, the passing of the new law on waifu regulation aims to curb the increasing volume of waifu possession-related incidences.
"We aim to end the unnecessary violence in the territory of the Daikoku Federation brought upon by waifu claiming," a deputy in the Federal Assembly of the Daikoku Federation told the DFNS.
The new law was met with approval by the general Daikoku population with one saying: "Finally, I can be assured that my waifus are no longer going to be stolen," said a citizen from the Kingdom of Treisia, who boasts of having 84 registered waifus.
Another one said: "I shall go to the Ministry of Waifu Affairs right now and have my waifus registered and secured."
But there was also dissatisfaction to the new law with one saying: "This new law is a violation of human rights since it violates my right to enjoy my waifus," says an unemployed man.
The Ministry of Waifu Affairs has been accepting waifu registrations since yesterday with 257 waifus being registered to 6 citizens.
The new law is going to be implemented starting today.
TAKEBE, Seidaikei (DFNS) - The Presidency of the Daikoku Federation announced the drafting of a new constitution for the Daikoku Federation during the seventh session of the 2nd Federal Assembly on Wednesday.
Co-President Migs Caldeo of the Daikoku Federation addressed the Federal Assembly, saying:
"Our Daikoku Federation shall soon mark one year as a nation. In that one year, we have successfully built a prosperous and victorious nation, and our Federation has undergone a lot of changes in its sociopolitical system.
"With the rapid changes in our Daikoku Federation, the constitution that our people adopted on May 25, 2013 no longer reflects the present situation in our Federation.
"Therefore, the Presidency of the Daikoku Federation proposes to the 2nd Federal Assembly that a new constitution should be drafted by a constitutional commission that would be formed through a joint consensus by the Federal Government and the Federal Assembly.
"This new constitution should reflect the new chapter in the history of our Daikoku Federation, and the goal of our people to continue the course of state building in our Federation."
The 2nd Federal Assembly then voted to approve Federal Law 10-2014 - On the Creation of the 2nd Constitutional Commission of the Daikoku Federation.
The Presidency and the Federal Assembly then voted for the members of the 2nd Constitutional Commission.
The elected members to the 2nd Constitutional Commission are Co-President Migs Caldeo, Co-President Karlos Luis Mozo Anioay, Premier Marius Reyes and Supreme Judge Patrick Xavier Silerio.
Co-President Migs Caldeo was chosen to head the 2nd Constitutional Commission.
The 2nd Constitutional Commission immediately started work on the new constitution, with the commission finishing its work on April 25, 2014.
TAKEBE, Seidaikei - The Daikoku Federation and the United Kingdom of Bysalia signed a treaty of friendship and cooperation on Monday.
The treaty was signed by Co-President Migs Caldeo, in behalf of the Daikoku Federation, and by the Right and Honorable Crown Prince John Gordon, in behalf of the United Kingdom of Bysalia.
RYOKOU SPACE CENTER (DFNS) - Scientists and technicians of the Daikoku Federation have successfully launched satellite DFS-6 Tsukiko into orbit as part of the TESTAMENT experimental program, the Daikoku Federation News Service reported.
Carrier rocket Unmei-3 with satellite DFS-6 Tsukiko was launched from the Ryokou Space Center on March 15, 2014 at 10:57 hours. The rocket headed in a southeast direction in order to place its payload in its preset orbit.
Five minutes and 50 seconds after the launch, the payload fairing of the carrier rocket detached, and at 14 minutes and 30 seconds after launch, the first stage of the carrier rocket detached.
Satellite DFS-6 Tsukiko was successfully inserted into its orbit at 11:17:16 hours, 20 minutes and 16 seconds after launch.
The satellite is currently orbiting around the Earth at an inclined orbit with an apogee of 195.7 km., perigee of 194.1 km., orbital period of 39 minutes and 30 seconds, and an inclination of 50.9 degrees.
The satellite is also transmitting images of the Earth, as well as the readings on the current status of the satellite and the anthem of the Daikoku Federation.
It is also currently testing equipments that are planned to be used on future missions.
The launch of DFS-6 Tsukiko is the first successful launch of the Daikoku Federation for this year.
RUMIELLE, Misaka (DFNS) - The Margraviate of Misaka was established on March 8, Saturday, in accordance to Federal Law 07-2014 signed by the Third Federal Assembly in its sixth session on March 1.
The Presidency of the Daikoku Federation also issued a decree making Jeremy Gabriel Celespara as Margrave of the Margraviate of Misaka, and Harold Song as representative of the Margraviate of Misaka to the Council of Ministers of the Kingdom of Treisia.
HALYDEN, Treisia (DFNS) - HRM King Karlos I of the Kingdom of Treisia bestowed Kyle Javier, Unit Commander of the 95th Treisian Rifle Regiment, the peerage title of Baron of Amae and the Commander of the Order of the Throne (COT) through a decree of the Presidency of the Daikoku Federation on Monday.
HALYDEN, Treisia (DFNS) - The Kingdom of Treisia announced on Saturday that it had designated Emmanuel Gregory Reyes as heir presumptive and crown prince to the Treisian monarchy through a decree by the Presidency of the Daikoku Federation on Saturday.
Emmanuel Gregory Reyes received the style of HRH Crown Prince Emmanuel Gregory of the Kingdom of Treisia.
As heir presumptive, he will lose his status as crown prince once the House of Mozo Anioay produces a heir to the throne.
SORA NAEGINO, Kaleido (DFNS) - Kaleido state media announced that Governor-General Luis Palay has resigned from his position on Friday, February 28.
State media reported that the reason of Palay's resignation 12 days into his term is "due to health reasons."
Japhet Palmejar, leader of the Kaleido legislature, took over as acting General-Governor starting on Monday.
TAKEBE, Seidaikei (DFNS) - Co-President Migs Caldeo of the Daikoku Federation addressed the nation on the occasion of the Day of Military Glory Friday, February 28.
He stressed in his address the importance of the Day of Military Glory in the history of the Daikoku Federation and the continuation of the task of the Daikoku people towards victory in state building.
In his address, he said:
"Dear citizens of our Daikoku Federation and to our servicepersonnel in the Federal Defense Force,
Today, we celebrate the Day of Military Glory as an occasion glorifying the victory of our people in Operation Nadeko one year ago, as well as the unprecedented victories made by the fraternal strength of our people in the course of building our Federation.
We remember one year ago the events of Operation Nadeko. At that time, the Democratic People's Republic of Urbonia was fighting for its survival as a country from those who attempted to usurp power from the people for their own illegitimate purposes.
During this turbulent times in Urbonia's history, the Kingdom of Treisia extended help as Urbonia's comrades-in-arms, and through the united effort and courage of the Urbonian and Treisian peoples, the enemies were wiped out and victory was ours for the taking. We have also secured a brighter future for our land, as shown through the creation of our Daikoku Federation - a prosperous and victorious nation created through our own efforts.
In our victory against our enemies one year ago, we have learned that the unity of the people is the victory of our nation. In our current struggle in the course of state building in our Federation one year later, the lessons of Operation Nadeko shall serve as a catalyst in attaining absolute victory.
Today, our country is in the middle of the drive of attaining victory in the course of state building in our Federation. Let us keep the events of our victory against the enemies in Operation Nadeko as inspiration for attaining our country's goal. Let these events keep us inspired and motivated to work for our country. If Operation Nadeko was an important mission to our people one year ago, our struggle in developing our country is our important mission today. As such, we must be worthy in carrying out these vital task for the sake of our country.
If our people can win victories against our enemies in Operation Nadeko, why can we not win victory for our Federation in the drive of creating a prosperous and victorious nation?
Let us unite as one people under the banner of our Daikoku Federation!
Let us continuously move forward, with Operation Nadeko as our inspiration, and attain a brighter future for our Daikoku Federation!"