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The Dutch Democratic Republic of Knootoss

Knootoss was Commended by Security Council Resolution # 255

“Libertate Unanimus”

Category: Civil Rights Lovefest
Civil Rights:
Superb
Economy:
Frightening
Political Freedoms:
Superb

Regional Influence: Superpower

Location: Western Atlantic

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Relevant Foreign Policy Officials as of May 2015 (WIP)

The present governing coalition binds the Social-Liberal Party (55 seats), Conservative Party: (43 seats) and Freedom Party (29 seats). While ambassadors to individual nations are listed separately, officials with broader foreign policy portfolio's are, in order of seniority:

Office

Reports to

Name

Political allegiance

Grand Pensionary (Head of State)

The Parliament (Estates-General)

Drs. Jan-Willem Daatman

Social-Liberal Party

Prime Minister (Head of Government)

The People (direct election)

Maurits Viljoen

Social-Liberal Party

Minister of Foreign Affairs & Defence (BuZaDef)

The Prime Minister

Lord Barent de Kock

Conservative Party

Minister of Economic Policy (EcoZa)

The Prime Minister

Jeremy James Bastaard

Freedom Party

Deputy Minister of Foreign Economic Policy (BuEcoSec)

The Minister of Economic Affairs

Diederik Enck

Conservative Party

Director of the Military and Foreign Intelligence Service

The Minister of Foreign Affairs & Defence

Dr. RafaŽl Hubrecht Van Hassel

n/a

Director of the Economic Intelligence and Security Service

The Deputy Minister of Foreign Economic Policy (BuEcoSec)

?

Diederik Enck

Ambassador to the World Assembly

The Grand Pensionary

Rozemijn Reuvelkamp

National Sovereigntist

Ambassador to the International Freedom Coalition (IFC)

The Grand Pensionary

Charlotte van Bleiswijk

Social-Liberal Party

Ambassador-at-large

The Grand Pensionary

Alain van Haarlem

EIVD

Press Secretary

The Prime Minister

Lucas L. Maurhoffer

n/a

Spokesperson for non-human affairs

The Prime Minister

Krenintra Teken'viir

Himself

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