Heptarchy of New Herakleia
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| Heptarchy of New Herakleia|
Επταρχία της Νέας Ηράκλειας (Eptarhea tis Neas Irakleas)
ΑΕΙΝ ΚΡΑΣΟΚΡΑΤΕΙΝ (Ain Krasokratin)
|Capital city||Nea Heraklia|
|Official language(s)||Greek, English|
|- High Heptarchs||Vlasios, Alexandros, Georgios|
|- Exoteric Heptarchs||Spiridon, Nikolaos, Dimitrios, Ioannes|
|Legislature||Voule ton Epta, Ekklisia tou Laou|
The Heptarchy of New Herakleia is a secular and libertarian micronation that seceded from Greece in 2010.
The Heptarchy of New Herakleia was established in 2006 by seven greek citizens who "wanted to live by their own right and ways". Over the next two years, the level of self-government evolved into a practical provisional government with its own local costums in the village of Nea Heraklia in Chalkidiki.
In 2009 ideas of secession emerged leading to a more organized decentralized government and a year later, a Declaration of Independence and a Constitution were signed.
The government of the Heptarchy of New Herakleia evolved through the years into a multifactional system of laws, simple in principal following a decentralized approach to the rulings of the upper house (Council of the Seven, Βουλή των Επτά) and its supporting lower house (Assembly of the People, Εκκλησία του Λαού).
With the upper house responsible for creating and enforcing the laws, the lower house mainly acts as a court of law and at any time and, except in some constitutional revisioning, has the power to veto or even edit the decisions of the upper house.
|Seal of the Upper House||Seal of the Lower House|
Although the borders are open to anyone a business passport can be issued to anyone who wishes to take on citizenship.Candidates will be processed by the Bureau of Foreigners although no standard qualifications are required.