Union of the Liberan Peninsula
The Union of the Liberan Peninsula (ULP) is a political union of 8 member states that are located on the Liberan Peninsula. The ULP operates through a system of supranational institutions and intergovernmental-negotiated decisions by the member states. The institutions are: the Liberan Commission, the Economic Council of Liberan, the Liberan Diplomatic Council, the Peninsula Court of Justice, the Liberan Security Council of Defense, and the Liberan Parliament, the headquarters is in two citys (Motul and TBD) . The Liberan Parliament is elected every five years by ULP citizens.
Government and Politics
The ULP has developed a single market through a standardized system of laws which apply in all Member States.Within the Union, passport controls have been deleted. ULP policies are designed to ensure the free movement of people, goods, services and capital, enact legislation on justice and home affairs, and maintain common policies on trade, agriculture, fisheries and regional development . For the protection of trade routes and stability of the peninsula, the armies of the nations are in a system of collective defense of the sky, sea and land of war and terrorist threats.
It has sought the commercial exploitation of the members common goal by the small size of the countries compared to the rest of the continent, projects internacionalies airports, transoceanic marine canal and networks of highway and rail are cooperative by the Economic Council of development
The ULP traces its origins from the Olaconia Crisis in 1994. The movement was spearheaded by Olaconia, Balam-Utz, and TBD. The Tolomy Treaty was signed in 1995 to form the Union of the Liberan Peninsula.
The Grand Verdese War in Tierajas-Verdes was the first intervention by the Union of the Liberan Peninsula to form a Provisional Government of Tierajas-Verdese and find peace between the Cooperative Verdese Government, Pavparvati Nationalists, and the Official National Government. The peace-talks were a success, and Tierajas-Verdes joined the Union of the Liberan Peninsula in 2001.
In the intevening years to current, the community and its successors have grown in size with new member states and in addition of its policies enacted.
|Country/OGF ID||Capital||ULP Affilation||Regional offices Adress||Notes|
|- Balam-Utz||Motul||1994||Parlamentarios 2, Motul, MO, Balam-Utz||Founding Nation|
|50px - Principality of Guyenne||Brunel||TBA|
|- Costa de Oro||Tamlaco||2017||TBA|