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Res Publica Seluciae[?]

Ave, Selucia! Quia nos fuimus, nos sumus, et quod nos sumus, erimus!
(Because we were, we are, and because we are, we shall be!)

The Flag of the Res Publica Seluciae

Newspaper: Res Publica Seluciae Daily


Note: the region name colours may be badly readable. It will be fixed in the future.

The Res Publica Seluciae


Constitution[?]: view

Head of State[?]: Caesar Regens Spuria Vedrix Lucius Clodian

Head of Government[?]: Caesar Senatus (Caesar of the Senate) Jerzyr Laskaris ( In Marea - Civis Sinistram)

Cabinet: click here to view the cabinet.

Senate (Senatus Populi Seleuciae)[?]: currently 500 seats[?], will be 500 after next election

Last Election Results: click here

Next Election[?]: October 4278


Click here for a comparison of the party voting records.

In Marea - Civis Sinistram (258 seats)
Partis Imperialis (242 seats)
Radicalis Unionis Seluciae (0 seats)

For election history, click here.


View detailed political opinions.

DevolutionImportance: dominant
Civil Rights[?]Restrictive
PermissiveImportance: strong
EnvironmentalistImportance: tiny
Foreign Relations[?]Isolationalism
InternationalismImportance: tiny
Government Responsibilities[?]Small Government
Big GovernmentImportance: tiny
CapitalismImportance: small
AggressiveImportance: tiny
ProgressiveImportance: vital
FanaticImportance: dominant


View diplomatic details.


Click here to inspect the national budget.


Capital City: Florentia (Kal Serathi)

Cities: view here.

Population[?]: 99,419,761


National Sport: Natare (Swimming)

National Animal: Leo (Lion)

National Anthem:

Surge filii patria
Venit dies gloriae!
Contra superbiam in nos,
Sanguinum vexillum resurrexit, (repeat)
Auditis in agro
Rugitus illi feroces milites?
Et recta in arma venis
Et iugulavit filii tui mulieres

Ad arma, Quirites,
Redite in aciem;
Et itinere, et iter!
Et sanguinem impurum
Inebriat agros!

Provinciae List

The subnational divisions, also referred to as regions[?], of the Res Publica Seluciae are each referred to as a Provinciae.


To view the laws currently in effect, click here.

To view the legislative history of this nation, click here.

Bills under debate

These bills are currently under debate[?].

Bill CreatedTitle
December 3964OOC: Cultural Protocols
January 4131IMPORTANT: Reconfirmation of Cultural Protocols
December 4135I'm leaving Selucia
June 4143[DISCUSSION] Commission on the Status of Large Cities (4143)
November 4160OOC: Cultural Protocols [passed in November 4131]
April 4166[ANNOUNCEMENT] Nobility Titles
September 4193IC: Seat in the Supremum Iudicatorium
May 4200Consul's Speech to the Senate and the Nation-May 4200
November 4222Name change discussion
June 4252OOC: Discussion on Nobility
August 4256OOC: Selucian players profiles
November 4257Supremum Iudicatorium Nomination
January 4263RP: Official Recognition of the Federal Republic of Kalopia-Wantuni (Eastern Kalopia)
April 4265OOC: Appointment of Praetors
September 4265IC Supremum Iudicatorium replacement
November 4274Security Bill

Bills being voted upon

These bills are currently being voted[?] upon.

Bill CreatedVote StartedTitle
November 4274October 4275Civil liberties, religion and international affairs
November 4274November 4275Economic Bill
April 4276April 4276Treaty withdrawal: Kalopian neutrality


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