Landashir’n OAM Referendum
Following criticism from citizens of the Community of Landashir about the Organisation of Active Micronations, the Premier of Landashir, James Puchowski has announced that a referendum will be held on Landashir’s membership later this month, after a 2 week trial period on the newly elected administration. One citizen, a member of James Puchowski’s family (the only current citizens of the country) has said that “we’ve been in this organisation for quite some time, and we have seen no benefits that the OAM has given us and our membership hasn’t benefited them at all either. That’s why we’re thinking of pulling out. We want to see how the new administration will work first, you see.”
Premier Puchowski has also said that “I’ve brought the idea of a referendum to the Landashir’n people. We don’t particularly hate the OAM, but we just don’t know why we joined in the first place, to be frank. So, we’re going to make a decision: do we stay or do we go, and that simple decision will definitely bring in some new self confidence into our community.” The referendum is planned to be held on the 21st of November.