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Dear Sir/Madam,

We may be able to deliver an alternative for the Bremerton-class destroyer to you. Would it be an idea to meet?

Best regards,

Sven Westphal, CEO of Rheinmund Schiffbau
 

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Vertraulich — Confidentiel — Confidential


To whom it may concern

Dear Sir/Madam,

We may be able to deliver an alternative for the Bremerton-class destroyer to you. Would it be an idea to meet?

Best regards,

Sven Westphal, CEO of Rheinmund Schiffbau
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Bajorország külügyminisztérium
Pannonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Bajororzág is more than willing to trial the Eiffellander suggestion alongside the current trialists currently remaining from Tarusa and Serbovia. As usual we hold our CSEAC friends in high-esteem and to further integrate our defense with Eiffellander systems could prove cost effective for Pannonia's common defense.

My Ministry thanks your Mr. Westphal for your help and look forward to see your ship in trials.

Sincerely,
Ádam Szczesny
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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 17 March 2021 — 12 Pengö

Introducing Prime Minister Zoltán Kovács
• Center-left Socialist Party fails to gain the nod of János Csonka
• Far-right Forward Pannonia makes Government with Christian Social Workers Party and Justice and Life Party.

• Kovács vows to maintain abortion laws and punish the accused Antonio Battara

KISPEST — Zoltán Kovács was right. He laid down the gauntlet on Monday saying he'd won the support to win the Prime Minister job and he did just that.

Zoltán Kovács✔@dontmesswiththezoltan
Their were doubters, the losers! They said that I can't into the the Preim Minister position and here I am. I'm telling you that I am Prime Minister tomorrow and I have the votes. I guarantee it! The socialists won't stop me! #winning #bookit #yourgonnalikethewayyoulook
His ascent is largely based on his loud binary rhetoric which has appealed to nationalists and Tiburan Catholic conservatives, slowly eating away at János Csonka's base. Csonka has given him the keys to the car that is Bajororzság in hopes that his own unruly style can perhaps weaken his position where he would be primed to win seats from Csonka's own National People's Party. This make shift passive alliance between Forward Pannonia and the National People's Party seems centered on support form Vrijpoort based hedge fund opinions and conservative alliances from Vistarika.

Although the government coalition only makes up 32% of Parliament, the leftist coalition could not create voting block large enough to break the 50% +1 required to prevent this government from moving forward as the National People's Party owns 31% of the seats themselves and did not vote down this Government. The Socialist Party criticized the new Government as inherently undemocratic. Socialist Party leader Kristóf Ferdinand Bognár described today's events as, "a somber day for democracy when a nation is governed by a group that is not a majority."

The new Prime Minister snapped back immediately, "Just yesterday Mr. Bognár was ok with this arrangement if he was the one winning. We have communist snakes in this country which are only ok with the results when they win."

Protests erupted again in front of Parliament and maintained a peaceful tone, yet as usual those who have not respected the curfew have been arrested. Prime Minister Kovács has suggested that if protest do not end by the end of the week, he will take radical action against protestors. "Ending these protests is a promise I can make to the people of this country and the world."

Kovács currently maintains an approval rating of about 40% but that has no bearing on procedure in Parliament as János Csonka is the only person that holds the proverbial Uno reverse card and ability to move his 32% of Parliament in another direction. Knowing this, Kovács has to maintain policy that Csonka will not be outraged by; however, Csonka wants to give Kovács enough freedom for his popularity to hopefully wane and thus empower his own position in the polls. An insider to National People's Party politics described this as a bit of a gamble, "we have to hope that the voters don't see our party as complicit in any government actions by association and thus move their loyalties to the left. I think we'll be fine though, the voters don't want communism."


The narrative of holding up the Socialist Party as communists has been a continued go to for Kovács and has been adopted by the National People's Party in hopes to keep their own position.
 

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 23 March 2021 — 12 Pengö

Battara Found Guilty, Sentenced to Life Imprisonment! Zarans Outraged!
• The trial had little evidence and had Kovács fingerprints on it
• Death penalty refused as judge does not believe the evidence is strong enough

• Zarans in outrage as Battara is guilty and yet no relief given to murdered women
• Parts of Zara are in violent protest


KISPEST — Antonio Battara was found guilty of two accounts of murder and one account of attempted murder. Severity is determined by the judge in Bajorország. The verdict was decried as influenced by Prime Minister Zoltán Kovács, and has been criticized as without any merit as the evidence has only been circumstantial. While initially public opinion was against Battara, the murder of yet another woman while Battara was in custody has swung public opinion the opposite direction and the ruling has been seen as a slap in the face against the Zaran population.

The trial hinged heavily on the association of Antonio Battara with the women that were murdered and the alibi provided by his girlfriend which was seen as unsure or biased. Normally such a failure of physical evidence might be considered not good enough for a guilty verdict, so the Twats and public pressure applied by Prime Minister Kovács have been seen as instrumental in conclusion of the case. The lawyers for Mr. Battara have stated that they plan to appeal to a high court, however as this crime transpired over multiple regions, it already occurred in the second highest possible court leaving little room for further appeals.

Battara has avoided the death penalty and that has disappointed those involved in the Kovács Government which wanted to see him hang for his crimes.

Meanwhile, Zara has opened up in full riot as government buildings have been attacked and locations in especially Eastern Zara have seen looting and arson. There have been key differences between the reactions of Zaran depending on geography as West Zara with its larger German minority has largely been peaceful.

Protests in Eastern Zara have flown a nationalistic flag and demanded that the Kovács Government step down. Yet Eastern Zara on the border with Serbovia is also home to some Serbovian minorities which have openly attacked some rioters, especially in border cities.

Prime Minister Kovács has determined that he will send in the Army in the morning, and they have begin to be mobilized in order to secure the peace. Yet Zarans are even less pleased with this development as protests over the last weekend were attacked by unmarked cars which arrested individuals and would often release them on the opposite side of the country if they could not charge the individual with any crime. This has been criticized in even ethnic German regions especially, although Parliament did not address the issue at all on Monday or Tuesday.


Opposition leader Bognár has attacked the Kovács Government as tyrannical, but Kovács still enjoys support in Parliament to hold his government in place.
 

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The English Edition of News From Pannonia :: 29 March 2021 — 12 Pengö

East Zara In Full Revolt as Kovács Appointed General Removes New Flag
• Gunshots and several dead in Wekerletelep
• Removed flag becomes rallying cry as former General feared

• Zarans to organize a Congress in Remion
• Csonka under house arrest after praising Army for restraint


WEKERLETELEP — The sound of sporadic gunshots fills the air in the East Zaran city of Wekerletelep, or as the Zarans have gone to now renaming it Gonzaga. With the familiar red and white stripes for a long week replaced by green and white stripes there seemed to be a certain feeling of open rebellion. Now fired General Tamás Sarka understood the gravity of the situation carefully treading the various interest groups in Wekerletelep which struggled to put forward a real agenda. General Sarka which arrived to see his armored tanks covered in eggs and tomatoes, managed to keep calm and security in the city. Earning some praise from the locals which were cooperative.

Prime Minister Kovács sacked General Sarka due to the optics of him not having removed the green and white striped flag after a week, an odd condition to thrust into the limelight despite the progress being made to calm down the atmosphere. Former Prime Minister János Csonka having travelled to Wekerletelep in hopes to score extra political points praised General Sarka and the progress made in the city. As the region has since become violent, he is now under a house arrest locked down in his luxury hotel room.

New General Dominik Bokari immediately stormed the city hall pulling down the flag and replacing it with the standard red and white stripes of Bajorország. The action white not particularly eventful spread across the town as a more violent action. News that the flag was torn to pieces and burned after it was removed spread across the town which was perhaps itching for a reason to turn violent. The news coupled with the disgust of local leaders has caused a new sense of unity among the various interest groups in Wekerletelep, which has since met in what they are calling the Congress of Gonzaga, held in Gonzaga Hall, where the symphony orchestra meets. The city now being referred to that name by the Zaran populace, a name which traces itself back now extinct dukes that once were independent in the region.

The Congress of Gonzaga has declared the city to be in open revolt against Kispest, and concluded that it would meet in Remion and take advantage of the open border for Zarans. They've also left an open invitation for other cities in the region to join them in Mediola in order to determine the future of Zara in Bajorország. Zara itself is the entire southern region of Bajorország and it is unlikely to find absolute harmony between the various ethnic groups in this southern region which also includes ethnic Germans, Serboves, and Csengans.

In the meantime, General Bokari has started a very strict 17.00-10.00 hours curfew, and ordered all bars and nightclubs closed to prevent large meetings. The curfew has kept the city violent at night where gunfire at random soldiers on patrol can be found with fire returned at random windows and balconies. Soldiers themselves are afraid to venture outside of their patrol vehicles in fear of violent resistance.


The developments in the region has prompted severe ridicule in Parliament, but with Csonka stuck in Wekerletelep, there is not much coordination among the various groups in Parliament to come to a coordinated response. Prime Minister Kovács still maintains strong support in the polls among lower-income citizens across the nation, and the rebellious Zarans have produced a rally around the flag sort of response in many corners of the nation. There is however no appetite in polling to go to war, with many Bajorans wanting to find a solution in support with neighboring Remion and Serbovia.
 
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The Holy Frankish Empire wishes to offer Chagny as a place for dialogue. As the situation continues to deteriorate, His Imperial Majesty wishes to extend his deepest concern. In the interest of maintaining peace and to find a solution which can please all parties, the Emperor hopes that all parties accept the invitation to engage in negotiations and discussion.

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Andre Bodin, Foreign Minister
 

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The Holy Frankish Empire wishes to offer Chagny as a place for dialogue. As the situation continues to deteriorate, His Imperial Majesty wishes to extend his deepest concern. In the interest of maintaining peace and to find a solution which can please all parties, the Emperor hopes that all parties accept the invitation to engage in negotiations and discussion.

Regards,
Andre Bodin, Foreign Minister
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to express its thanks to our kind neighbors in the Holy Frankish Empire. Prime Minister Kovács would like to make it clear that no assistance is required. Zara is part of Bajorország and that is the end of the dialogue on the issue.

Sincerely,
Karl Friedrich Schönbrunn
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We understand that the events in Zara are an internal matter of Bajorország. However, we also see that the events in Zara result into consequences to Bajorország's neighbourcountries, and are threatening to destabilise the whole region. It is in the special interest of Bajorország and of our part of Europe that the conflict in Zara comes to an end in the form of a long-term solution. We call upon the government of Bajorország and the rebels in Zara to start negotiations as soon as possible, whereever the location.

Dr. Norbert Schmelzer, Minister of Foreign Affairs
 
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