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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 4 December 2020 — 12 Pengö

Economic and Development Organization Championed in Bécs
The new group is designed to help regional cooperation in the often maligned and violent Germanian Continent

KISPEST — A huge development in regional stability has been advocated by Prime Minister János Csonka. Apparent news leaked thus far suggests that all neighbors from Eiffelland, Serbovia, Remion, and Vremden are all invited. Additionally a hand has been extended to Tarusa and Kurkhazia with the hope that these more distanced nations will be willing to join in on their own terms from time to time.

The political and economic impact this would have in Pannonia is considered important due to its place as important crossroads between north, south, east and west. Markets have gone up on the news with the hope that this could signal huge growth for many of the corporations in the region.

This could be seen as a natural progression of Germania’s steady march towards democracy. Although the democrats in charge of all these affairs also have their own interests in the economics behind this all, the interconnection between these nations economically should also help prevent wars.

Prime Minister Csonka when questioned about his motives and heavy investments had no comment other than, “We all have much to gain by working together.”
 

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 11 December 2020 — 12 Pengö

Government Announces Military Spending Deal with Eiffelland
• Deal is meant to solidify relations with Eiffelland
• Announcement pleases German nationalists
• Purchase should improve dilapidated Army technology

KISPEST — Prime Minister János Csonka appeared before the press today to announce a key development in the modernization of the Pannonian Military. Confirmed by the Government was the purchase of 50 Magarus P4 Main Battle Tanks and 25 Magarus I4 Infantry Fighting Vehicles. Added onto the order at the last moment were 5 Magarus P4 platform bridge laying units after a good demonstration from the Magarus proving range.

The decision to go with Eiffelland’s Magarus was swift and spoke to the rather forceful way of the Csonka Government. His own constituents praised the move as the richer more conservative German populous have often desired to keep relations with Eiffelland strong. Relations with Eiffelland have been important for Bajorország over the last 200 years, as better fortunes have come along with Eiffellander economic support.

Meanwhile the horrible, no good, useless, position the Army has found itself since its initial investments in tanks in the 1960s and their refurbishment in the 1980s can finally feel more modern and ready for defense in the 2020s. The Army has been simply unable to keep up with the military developments of all surrounding nations as it pushed heavily into air force projects that never came to fruition. Notably the Excalibur project designed to be able to shoot down airplanes and ICBMs with laser beams.

A more practical military spending budget in the modern era is seen as helpful to a country that may be one of the poorer ones in Germania. The Csonka Government has stated it will continue to cast a wide net when looking to further modernize the military but does not rule out further purchases from Eiffelland.
 

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Collaboration with Eiffeland motors are indeed ideal, worthy of running down dissidents, a million many routings of Kurkhazian unrest yolk on the shoulders of Eiffelander motor vehicles.
 

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Collaboration with Eiffeland motors are indeed ideal, worthy of running down dissidents, a million many routings of Kurkhazian unrest yolk on the shoulders of Eiffelander motor vehicles.
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Dear Sirs at the Kurkhazian Press Office,

The people in Bajorország are not aware of the unrest and collaboration of Eiffellander motor vehicles in the suppression of peoples. We kindly ask that you refrain from the slander of Eiffellander business interests which support a great deal of the industry and wages of the Bajorók people. Instead we wish to communicate our desire to further expand our business interests between our peoples and thus develop an everlasting friendship in multinational corporate profit growth.

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Pending our own pending arms deals, we are interested in hearing more about the potential involvement of companies of Eiffelland in activities of suppression or even war crimes.
 

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 19 December 2020 — 12 Pengö

Government Recognizes Old Republic of Ostmark
• The happenings in Ostmark have captivated the entire world this week
• German nationalists have a mix of outrage and approval
• Outrage over news from Kispest rather than Bécs that came without early support

KISPEST — The news from Ostmark came in waves. First the end of a regime, interrupted by a countermove from the old guard. The initial shock internationally was one of surprise and condemnation. Prime Minister János Csonka himself admitted that the march of democracy in Ostmark appeared lost. Even still, the odd step taken by Bajorország was that no condemnation occurred.

A member from the German National Association, Robert Müller (23) reflected his own rollercoaster of emotions. “I think we in the German community were incredibly upset that our own government just accepted whatever outcome would happen in Ostmark. If the old regime still continued, they were fine with this. Absolutely outrageous.” The upswing was the fact that everything turned out alright anyhow. “I think that we are early to recognize the Republic of Ostmark is good. But it annoys me the news comes from the Csengan capital in Kispest. This news should have come from Bécs.”

As the new tricolor flew over the Ostmarker embassy in Kispest, a crowd gathered to cheer. Kispest is where most government functions in Bajorország occur anyhow. Bécs is known mostly as the former Imperial capital and today where only the President resides.

Prime Minister Csonka has stated that he wants to try to explore ways to improve the stability of the new democracy; however, he reluctantly agreed that there was not much that could be done without Eiffellander support. “In reality, the situation in Ostmark can only be secured by the people of Ostmark and perhaps with the help of Eiffelland,” he elaborated when asked if Bajororzság could play a key role.

Either way, the political dynamics in Germania have changed rapidly and the continued decline of communism will have repercussions to political dynamics in a region so opposed to socialist doctrine.
 

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The Elbarone government hopes that recent events will not lead to counter-intuitive migratory movements towards the south - we trust in the ability of the nations in the region to adequately respond and formulate, in unison, a plan for the permanent stabilization of Ostmark and for its prosperity and integration in a framework of regional cooperation.
 

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 19 December 2020 — 12 Pengö

Abortion Abuse from Vistarika Causes Panic in Parliament
• Hightower Herald reported women from Metinna Province arriving in caravans
• Abortion tourism in Bajorország to be investigated
• Parliamentarians demand ban on Abortion

KISPEST — The latest news from neighboring Vistarika’s Hightower Herald took some time to make it across the border, but once it did an emergency session was called for in Parliament. The members of the current ruling National People’s Party have demanded that a ban on abortions be made immediately to prevent such a gross abuse of law.

While the session has yet to yield any official government action, Prime Minister Csonka has urged calm, but stated no less that action would be taken soon. “This is a violation of the trust of our people. To abuse our freedoms for our people to commit mass genocide is unbelievable.”

Not all agree however. The Socialist Party countered with their statement reading, “Abortion is a right for all woman in Bajorország, and if we start to look for villains from abroad, next we will find them from within. An assault on a woman’s right to choose is the same no matter where the woman is from.”

The Socialist Party does not have the votes, but has commanded enough sway to delay any rash laws or sweeping measures.

Until then, passionate Tiburan Catholics have been queueing near the border holding signs that read biblical scriptures and shame travelers across the border as baby murders.

Prime Minister Csonka has expressed regret though, “I really wishes such matters would not be happening as we celebrate Christ. We must embrace God and our families first. We will investigate this and bring forth the right changes to end these abuses.”
 

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 26 December 2020 — 12 Pengö

Abortions Crisis to be Voted on When Parliament Returns from Christmas Break
• Prime Minister Csonka Wants A Ban on All Abortions
• Abortions at the very least will be Banned to Foreign Nationals
• NGOs Worry that Sweeping Bans Will Harm Women

KISPEST — Although Parliament is not in session as Parliamentarians take their Christmas Holidays, the political rumor mill keeps spinning as politics carries on even when not in the office. One thing is certain, foreign nation nations will not likely be allowed to have an abortion in Bajorország. The abortion laws will likely ban foreign women beginning sometime in the next year, most estimating that such a ban will occur soon after the New Year.

The next big question will be how far limitations will extend to women in Bajorország as law makers want to continue to make the process as difficult as possible. Abortion itself has never been outlawed in the past, but has often been a difficult procedure to do by convention.

New regulations will automatically require identification which can be troublesome for many women seeking the procedure and not wanting to be traced or outed to friends and family. Identification being the obvious necessity in order to prevent foreigners.

Prime Minister Csonka is not pleased with only this new impediment. He wants to extend the ban across all citizens. “There is no reason for an abortion. These are God’s mysterious gifts to us, and we should not shrink away from the challenges that God prepares. Instead we should welcome them with open ambition and strength. I want to ban abortion because it is murder. It is also a loser mentality.”

Csonka’s words have caused outrage among women’s groups, which have demanded his resignation. He refused flatly.

Women’s groups also suggest that these sweeping bans will likely be detrimental to women in the workplace, as their careers might not be under their control any more. Additionally, mental health can be impacted and babies with disabilities may be forced to come to term.
 

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 28 January 2021 — 12 Pengö

Abortions to Become Illegal in Most Cases
• Prime Minister Csonka achieved a near total ban
• Foreign Nationals cannot get abortions without fulfilling same criteria
• Protests Staged Across the Nation

KISPEST — Parliament decided
officially to make 99% of all abortions illegal after the frenzy of abortion tourism consumed the national discourse over the holiday break. While the vote and debate was contentious, the opposition managed to make abortion on grounds of disabilities, rape, and harm to the mother as legally acceptable abortions. The rather strict grounds have increased speculation that women will travel to Vrijpoort for abortions in normal situations. The legislation makes it criminal to engage in an abortion abroad, but it would be impossible to know in most situations.

"If a woman wants an abortion she will figure out how to do it, with or without a doctor, safely or unsafely. This law only causes harm to women that decide they cannot have a baby," argued a protester in Bécs. Bécs and many of the other urban regions across Bajororzág have largely been opposed to the legislation. Women protested outside of Parliament, and fearful for the safety of Parliamentarians, the protesters were removed by water cannon. The protests are expected to continue at least until February.

The topic has divided the nation deeply along rural and urban lines and this typically includes religious versus non-religious societal cleavages.

Prime Minister Csonka empathized with the protestors, "I feel their pain because it is never a great feeling to be told you cannot do something you always could do before. This is best for society however, and they will understand in the future."

Women's groups have retorted that the Prime Minister could never understand what it feels like to be a woman.

The legislation is to come into effect on 1 Feb.
 

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 1 February 2021 — 12 Pengö

Abortions Crisis is Now an International Crisis After Mysterious Shots Kill Zaran Woman
• Prime Minister Csonka Downplays Responsibility for Unrest and Murder
• Nations and NGOs From Around the World Criticize Bajororzág
• Protests Will Enter 5th Straight Day


KISPEST — The Bajoran shot heard around the world. The situation in Bajororzág has grown more turbulent as a Zaran woman identified as Francesca Zaccagni, climbed a barrier in front of Parliament to protest the new Ending Immoral Abortion Act of 2021 that took effect today. Without any warning three gunshots were heard and she who represented the tallest protester at the time tumbled at least a meter to the ground. Francesca died on the spot as the crowd dispersed and medics were unable to save her. The mystery is who shot her.

The prelude to these protests could be seen internationally as protests gathered outside of the Bajororzág's embassies in places like Serbovia. Vrijpoort offered abortion tourism services. Neighboring Remion would refuse to disclose the identity of any Bajoran that received an abortion. Even as far as the Federation, asylum has been offered to women who may be prosecuted under this new law. Prime Minister Csonka has downplayed all this, "They incite violence in Bajorország with their supposed modernism, but they forget the consequences on the ground. They have incited violence and the murder of a young lady. This blood is not on our hands."

It is not clear that the international community will agree. The Zaran population of Bajororzág does not anyhow. Clearly shown on news cameras around the world, another Zaran woman only identified as Francesca's mother has pointed to pictures of the murder scene sobbing, "Look how they massacred my girl!"

Zarans are Bajororzág's Modern Tiburan, or Zaran Tiburan speaking community. Bordering Remion, Vrijpoort, and the sea they tend to form a bloc when voting and have been part of the realm since the 18th century. As a whole they tend to share many values with the Remis and have been adamantly opposed to the abortion law.

However, there is now a mystery at play. Who shot and killed Francesca Zaccagni? Bullets confirmed from the scene register as the same type of ammunition fired from the weapons that the Army uses. The Army has stood guard near Parliament the last three days. While Zarans have demanded justice from the traitors in the Army that would shoot at their fellow citizens, the inventory of all rifles and small arms were checked. Not a single weapon was discharged. Bullet casings could not be found either. Firearms laws prohibit the kind of weaponry used by the military in civilian hands without special permit, but additionally, no rifles of this variety have been permitted to any civilians.


A special Military Police representative, Colonel Victor Schumann spoke to the press before nightfall, "My grandfather maintained that when you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. If we did not fire those bullets, another man did." So to speak, the Army is now suggesting that a murder or assassin is now on the loose. This complicates matters as protestors have declared they will return to Parliament tomorrow as protests enter their fifth day.
 
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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 17 February 2021 — 12 Pengö

Francesca Zaccagni Murder and Abortion Crisis Hits Day 22
• ONS Believes Murder is Politically Motivated
• All Active Service Personnel Are Cleared
• Serbovian Parliamentary Minority Leader Uses Crisis As Leverage


KISPEST — The Office of National Security (ONS) released their findings from the confines of their headquarters located several blocks away from the main protests which have continued for the last twenty-two days. Protests have been demanding answers for the murder of Francesca Zaccagni and continued the demands to repeal the new abortion law. The main findings absolved the military of any immediate wrong doing at the scene of the crime, and placed the murder at the hands of likely a civilian that has stolen a military weapon. The ONS discovered relaxed and protocol in relation to weapons inventory storage and accounting. Over 20kg of C4, 70 firearms, and 5,000 rounds are unaccounted for at Ujbuda Military Depot where security guards routinely failed to completely count items returned after training exercises, and inventory checks were not regularly conducted.

"Failures in base security have likely contributed to the death of Francesca Zaccagni, and our investigation believes, but cannot prove, that the murderer likely had access to military supplies. The murderer is likely to have recovered the bullet casings as they cannot be found at the crime scene. Our investigation placed the bullet trajectory based on camera footage of the murder taking place, to be from the rooftop of a nearby business complex. The bullets recovered are of the same type used by the military, and so we can make a lot of assumptions, but there is simply no conclusive evidence as to who the shooter may be."

ONS officials have begun a manhunt in relation to employees that work at the business complex assuming that the shooter might have expansive knowledge of the security systems and camera placement at the office. However, the nature of the investigation suggests premeditation.

Protestors are upset that no military officials or soldiers have been charged with any offenses, although the military has also stated that it will begin an investigation into the military depot security issues.

The chaos of the endless and disruptive protests are beginning to create outrage in political circles. an ethnic-Serbovian member of Parliament Zoltán Kovács has declared that the protestors must be removed, "We should just march in the security forces, the police, even the army, remove this rabble before they threaten the foundations of our civilization. Zaccagni's murder is probably a false flag or set up by the Tiburan separatists."

Kovács words have played directly into the hands of the people in Zara which have demanded that he resign on protest banners.


The chaos worries some in Parliament. "We do not want to urge anything rash, but the question of violent counter-protestors and the possibility that they may be armed with illicit weaponry raises the question as to if we can assure anyone's safety moving forward," an MP that wished to remain anonymous suggested.
 

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If need be, the FDI is prepared to offer the assistance of our experienced forensic scientists to the Bajorok investigators investigating the death of Ms. Zaccagni. Additionally, Bajorok investigators are offered access to our forensic-technical facilities and their resources should such a requirement arise.

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 19 February 2021 — 12 Pengö

Zaccagni Protest Attacked by Counter-Protest, At Least 20 Dead
• Counter-Protests Marched in the Name of Zoltán Kovács
• Military and Police Scorned For Lack of Action
• Prime Minister Csonka Places Blame on Protests


KISPEST — A powder keg exploded in Kispest as the 24th day of protests were met by counter-protests demanding an end to ongoing protests. While these protests happened in close proximity, the Military and Police were assigned to continue their guard of Parliament. What happened next is hard to understand but again there were two gunshots, similar to the Zaccagni murder. What happened next was chaotic as police could no longer hold the line between groups of protestors and counter-protestors equipped with batons and knifes engaged the protests with indiscriminate violent fervor.

"We are not equipped for this kind of engagement. We fired tear gas into the crowd and shot not lethal rounds, but there was not anything that could be done. The line broke and all the tear gas in the world would not have stopped the militants. We could not entirely engage them for the risk of the melee spreading into the Parliament," expressed an Army officer on that scene that wished to remain anonymous.


The attacks put hundreds into the hospital with immediately at least 20 found dead in front of Parliament. Typical injuries are stab wounds and blunt force trauma. Many of the initial dead suffered injuries from affixation, as they were crushed by the crowd stampeding. A curfew has been declared in Kispest at 1800 and violators may go to prison.

While the chaos of the day is caught on camera, it will be difficult to identify many people due to the tear gas in the air obscuring faces, and often participants covering their face with bandanas or other sorts of masks to keep the tear gas from their lungs.

ONS Secretary Kajetán Andor Bodnár, spoke with reporters after the protests erupted in violence, "We knew that this could happen which is why we advised the military and police to construct barriers which they did. What we did not expect was more gunshots and we believe once again that the killer at large was responsible for these shots. The bullets we took from the woman at these protests shot match the forensic ballistics of the previous bullets. I praise the the Army for getting the woman into hospital, she is now in stable condition, but would not have had a chance to survive if those operating at the front line had not whisked her away from further harm."

Rumors have spread that this woman is also of Zaran background, sparking further outrage in the region. Secretary Bodnár refused to disclose her identity out of respect for her privacy, but seeing how many Zarans have been attracted to the capital to protest the Zaccagni murder, it would not be a surprising development.

Even still, there is a great deal of criticism for the Military and Police not doing enough. Complaints that the area was not swept well enough for a potential shooter after the initial murder, and the failure of creating even more robust barricades are common complaints on Bajoran social media sites. The criticism only grown louder after Prime Minister Csonka suggested on live tv that, "the protestors only reap what they sow. They have protested for 24 days now and it is no surprise that such disobedience was responded to with a fight. We have elections for a reason. 24 days of chaos is unacceptable, I understand you are unhappy. If you do not like me, you may vote me out. This blood is on your own hands though."


Hashtags such as #removeCsonka trended afterwards.
 
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