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Kingdom of Gran Colombia

Political Information
Type of Government
  • Elective Monarchy
Head of State
  • Rey Simon Bolivar
Head of Government
  • Hand of the King, Catalina Guerrera
Branch Information
Legislative
  • Hand of the King,
Catalina Guerrera
Executive
  • Rey Simon Bolivar
Judicial
  • Lord Judge Robert McRoberts
Social Information
Capital
  • Bogota
Official Languages
  • Spanish

State Religion

  • Roman Catholic Church
Provincial Leaders
Cundinamarca Duke David McMartini
Venezuela Duchess Catalina Guerrera
Boyaca Military Gov. Ronold Cobens
Quito -

Flag of the Gran Colombia (1819-1820).svg

Flag of Gran Colombia

Law of the Land

Government

LeadersEdit

Bolivar Arturo Michelena
  • Rey Simon Bolivar
  • Hand of the King , Catalina Guerrera
  • Lord Judge Robert McRoberts

The Grand CouncilEdit

  1. Rey Simon Bolivar (Head of State)
  2. Hand of the King, Catalina (Head of Government)
  • Master of Coin ??? (Finance)
  • Master of Whispers ??? (Intelligence)
  • Master of Laws Robert McRoberts (Legal Scribe & Judge)
  • Lord Admiral ??? (Navy)
  • Lord General Ronold Cobens (Land Forces)

The Judicial CourtEdit

  1. Master of Laws Robert McRoberts

The Master of Laws is appointed by the King or Queen of Gran Colombia and oversees the Judicial Court and appoint judges to the Court. Judges are unbiased and hear out a trial when law is broken. Though, these trials can be overturned by the Lord Judge, Hand of the King, or the King or Queen.

Provincial GovernmentsEdit

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CundinamarcaEdit

  • Duke David McMartini
  • Separate Provincial Government

VenezuelaEdit

  • Duchess Catalina Guerrera
  • Direct Federal controlled Government

BoyacaEdit

  • Military Governor Ronold Cobens
  • Military controlled Province

QuitoEdit

  • No Leader
  • Separate Provincial Government


MilitaryEdit

Land ForcesEdit

Chain of CommandEdit

  1. Lord General Ronold Cobens
  2. Grand General ??? (Infantry)
  3. Grand General ??? (Cavalry)
  4. Grand General ??? (Artillery)

InfantryEdit

  1. Grand General ??? (Infantry)

CavalryEdit

  1. Grand General ??? (Cavalry)

ArtilleryEdit

  1. Grand General ??? (Artillery)

Naval ForcesEdit

Chain of CommandEdit

  1. Lord Admiral ???
  2. Grand Admiral ??? (Gulf of Mexico)
  3. Grand Admiral ??? (Pacific Ocean)

RelationsEdit

TradeEdit

  • Great Britain - 5% Tariff
  • Denmark - 7% Tariff
  • Portugal - 6% Tariff
  • Habsburg Monarchy - 6% Tariff
  • The Ottoman Empire - 7% Tariff

Atlantic PactEdit

Free trade and No tariffs in place

  • Russia
  • Brethren Coast
  • Morocco
  • United States of America
  • Poland-Prussia
  • Persia
  • France
  • The Netherlands
  • Romania

DiplomacyEdit

AlliesEdit

  • Russia - Atlantic Pact Member
  • Persia - Atlantic Pact Member
  • Poland-Prussia - Atlantic Pact Member & Open Borders Pact
  • Great Britain - Trade, Defence, & Open Borders Pact
  • The Netherlands - Atlantic Pact Member
  • Portugal - Defense & Trade Pact
  • Romania - Trade, Defence, & Open Borders Pact
  • Denmark - Defense & Trade Pact
  • Morocco - Atlantic Pact Member & Open Borders Pact
  • United States of America - Atlantic Pact Member& Open Borders Pact
  • Brethren Coast - Atlantic Pact Member & Open Borders Pact
  • France - Atlantic Pact

NeutralEdit

  • Habsburg Monarchy - Trading
  • Arabia
  • Venice
  • The Ottoman Empire
Unable to contact (Neutral):Edit
  • Liechtenstein
  • Parma
  • Modena & Reggio
  • San Marino 
  • Tuscany
  • The Papacy
  • Montenegro
  • Rio de la Plata
  • Peru 
  • Chile
  • Two Sicilies

Watch List (Neutral, but suspicious)Edit

  • Switzerland - Tensions
  • Sardinia
  • Spain

EnemiesEdit

  • Bavarian Republic - Sanctioned, Arms Embargo
  • Bavarian Monarchy - Sanctioned, Arms Embargo

NewsEdit

  • Württemberg and Gran Colombia declare war on both Bavarian sides after close watch of the country.
  • Württemberg and Gran Colombia withdraw war on both Bavarian sides.
  • The Provincial borders are officially set. The country is divided up into 4 provinces:
    1. Cundinamarca
    2. Venezuela
    3. Quito
    4. Boyaca
  • Pro-Venezuelan Independence protests become more common place in Venezuela, Military generals sent to control situation.
  • Master of Laws absorbs the position of Lord Judge, Robert McRoberts is officially Master of Laws.

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