SEIDAIKEI - The Federal Executive Commission adopted a new emblem for the Daikokusian Federation in a decree signed on Saturday night.
The emblem consists of an eagle with a shield containing the colors of the flag of the Daikokusian Federation, a mural crown on its head, and holding a hammer and sickle on its feet.
The emblem is bordered by a ring of rye bonded by ribbons colored in the flag of the Daikokusian Federation.
The symbolism of the emblem is as follows:
The full text of the decree is available below.
Federal Executive Commission issues decrees on the federal capital and on the Constitution Comission
SEIDAIKEI- The Federal Executive Commission issued two decrees on the renaming of the federal capital of the Daikokusian Federation and the creation of a Constitutional Commission.
The text of the decrees are available below.
FEDERAL DISTRICT - The Federal Executive Council issued a decree today which dissolved the People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Urbonia, as the nation continues its transition to the Daikokusian Federation.
The text of the decree is available below.
FEDERAL DISTRICT - The Daikokusian Federation was established on April 13, 2013, at 20:14 UST as the His Excellency, President Migs Caldeo of Urbonia and Grand Prince Karlos Mozo Anioay signed the Treaty of Unification and Creation of a Federative State during a summit held between both nations.
The treaty was the result of the negotiations held between both nations during early-April.
The treaty resulted in the creation of the Daikokusian Federation with Urbonia and Treisia as its constituent states.
The Federal Executive Commission has now been established with President Migs Caldeo and Grand Prince Karlos Luis Mozo Anioay as its members.
The Federal Executive Commission is now set to appoint a transitional government, as well as to draft and to adopt a constitution for the new country.
The text of the treaty is available below.