Mini-states Down Under are sure they can secede. 1 You won’t find them on any map but, in the minds of their creators at least, they are as real as Brisbane or Bondi Beach. As Australia wrestles with the issue of whether to become a republic, it faces a constitutional challenge of its own as a growing number of mini-states declare their “independence”. The trend started in 1970 when a West Australian farmer, Leonard Casley, announced his property’s secession as … Continue reading Micronations
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