Nominations for the chairmanship of the Grand Unified Micronational have now closed, and two candidates are now competing to serve the next six months as leader of the longest-running intermicronational organisation.
Incumbent chair Adam I of Adammia, and Nicholas Randouler, leader of Posaf, have thrown their hats into the ring. The Adammian delegate is expected to win handily, having served a relatively uncontroversial term during which the organisation successfully transferred to Discord, to which the majority of the micronational community have also migrated, as well as having arguably a greater breadth of political experience than his relatively less well known opponent.
Votes on business such as this are not cast by delegates to the organisation, but rather by delegations at large. The office of the Amissopian envoy to the organisation has confirmed that their government will be supporting the Adammian delegate’s campaign, but no other country has publicly stated its intent as to the election.
Delegations will have the opportunity to start voting on December 25th. It is not clear as yet when polling closes.