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Kossian Provisional Government

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Kossian Provisional Government
Governo Provisional Kossiano (pt)

November 6th 2011–November 15th 2011

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Capital city Domino
Official language(s) Portuguese, English
Demonym Kossian
Government Provisional Government,
Area claimed 1 km2
Currency Nemkhav Mark

The Kossian Authority, formaly called the Kossian Provisional Government was the provisional government controling Koss during the transition from Republic to Monarchy.


In April 13th, a proposal was presented to the Kossian Council. It was decided that the Republic of Koss would be part of Nemkhavia. The process for application began, and it was approved in less de 3 days. Seven months passed and the Kossian President, Lucas Campos felt a need for a change, he realized that having a Monarchy system in such a small nation would be better than having a Republic system.

Provisional government

The President declared, through the Kossian Act, the end of the Republic of Koss and the establishment of the Provisional Government until the monarchy was installed.

See also