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Cooperation and Development Coalition
Emblem of CODECO
Emblem
Map of the members of CODECO. Dark green: current members; light green: CODECO intrests states.
  • Map of the members of CODECO.
  • Dark green: current members; light green: former members/Intrest members.
HeadquartersSan Salvador, Creeperopolis
Official languagesAndaluzian, Atlántidan, Castillianan, Corevillan Spanish, Creeperian Spanish, Hebrew, Lurjizean, Pavulturilori, Salisfordian, Salvadoran
TypeFree trade organization, military alliance
Members
  • 10 full members
  • 1 suspended member
  • 2 interest states
Establishment22 April 1981; 42 years ago (1981-04-22)
Population
• 2020 estimate
846 million
GDP (nominal)2020 estimate
• Total
₵23.85 trillion credits
• Per capita
₵28,191.49 credits
CurrencyColón, Escudo, Lira
Time zoneAMT–7 to AMT–1, AMT+8
Website
codeco.int

The Cooperation and Development Coalition,[note 1][note 2] abbreviated as CODECO, is an international free trade organization and military alliance. The organization was established in January 2020 and is currenlty composed of six member nations: Andaluzia, Corevilla, Creeperopolis, El Salvador, Salisford, and the State of the Church. Sequoyah was also briefly a member between April and May 2020. CODECO maintains a policy of free trade and travel between its members, eliminating the need for visas and tariffs.

Since December 2020, CODECO has led a military intervention in Sequoyah. The CODECO Mission in Sequoyah (COMISEQ) deposed the government of interim President Diwali Wesa in January 2021 and installed their own provisional president, Atohi Dustu, who leads the Reorganized Constitutional Government of the Republic of Sequoyah. CODECO's intervention is supported by the Terraconserva Council of Nations (TCN). On 13 May 2022, Andaluzia was suspended from CODECO due to its nationalization of Salisfordian oil rigs.

History

Establishment

The establishment of the Cooperation and Development Coalition (CODECO) was announced in San Salvador, Creeperopolis, by the heads of state of Creeperopolis, El Salvador, Pavulturilor, Salisford, and the State of the Church on 25 January 2020 as a free trade organization and military alliance between the four nations. Andaluzia joined CODECO one week later on 1 February 2020.

On 1 February 2020, the Creeperian legislature unanimously ratified Creeperopolis' membership in CODECO.[1] The State of the Church ratified membership on the same day as Creeperopolis, El Salvador and Pavulturilor ratified the day after, Salisford ratified membership on 3 February 2020 with 344 of 345 votes in the Senate, and Andaluzia ratified membership on 5 February 2020.

Activities in Morova

In response to the sinking of The Lady Kieva on 27 March 2020, Martin Entemagare, a spokesperson for CODECO, expressed CODECO's support for the Quebecshirite government's actions against the unarmed ship. He stated that Quebecshire "acted appropriately" to secure its borders from "possible Morovan aggression" against Quebecshire. He also condemned Morova for "disturbing the peace" and for refusing to respond to Quebecshirite radio calls.[2]

Relations with Sequoyah

Sequoyah joined and ratified CODECO on 6 April 2020, becoming the second non-founding member of CODECO. The House of Representatives voted 56 in favor and 44 against membership, and the Senate voted 7 in favor and 3 against membership, with President Cheasequah Waya officially ratifying Sequoyah's membership. The Whigs supported membership while the Federalists opposed membership.[3]

Sequoyah was expelled from CODECO on 1 May 2020 after Waya legalized slavery in late-April 2020.[4] The Whigs attempted to negotiate with CODECO for reentry,[5] but their attempts were denied by CODECO as slavery was still legal in Sequoyah.[6] In the lead up to the October 2020 Sequoyan presidential election, candidate Diwali Yansa swore he would keep Sequoyah out of CODECO, while candidate Usti Atagulkalu promised to attempt to have Sequoyah rejoin CODECO.[7] Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez, the Creeperian minister of defense, stated that the only way Sequoyah would rejoin CODECO is if Sequoyah "is annexed as [Creeperopolis'] next [five] departments" and if Atagulkalu's head is "delivered to [the Creeperian government] on a silver platter."[8]

CODECO Mission in Sequoyah

Flag of COMISEQ.

After the start of the Sequoyan Civil War in late-November 2020, CODECO announced the formation of the CODECO Mission in Sequoyah (COMISEQ) to intervene militarily in Sequoyah to bring an end to the civil war.[9] CODECO announced that Captain Atohi Dustu, a prisoner-of-war of the Lyoan conflict, was proclaimed as the provisional president of Sequoyah in opposition to Wesa.[10] On 16 December 2020, CODECO issued an ultimatum to Wesa to step down by 25 December 2020 and recognize Dustu as president,[11] After Wesa failed to abide by the ultimatum, CODECO proclaimed that Wesa had been deposed,[12] and by 4 January 2021, Wesa surrendered and accepted Dustu's administration of Sequoyah.

On 24 May 2021, Dustu announced that CODECO granted Sequoyah a ₵5 billion credit loan which would be used to "[improve] infrastructure, [build] a hydroelectric dam, solar panels, [and] running water systems, and [the] updating [of] Sequoyan oil infrastructure to bring it up to code with TCN requirements."[13] Dustu stated that the loan was the first step in building a "modern, mechanized Sequoyah," in what he calls the Sequoyan Economic Adjustment Program.[13] Despite protests from some Native leaders and activists, citing the new projects would lead to the destruction of Native land, Dustu continued with the loan and expressed interest in contracting the Creeperian construction firm Expanding For You (EXPATI) in helping complete the planned projects.[13]

Charter

First Article

The parties set forth to undertake the mantle to defend against the poisons of Communism, National Progressivism, Miguelism, and all other ideals which are harmful to Terraconserva.

Second Article

In the case of a violation of national and territorial integrity of one of the parties, it shall be seen as an infringement of all parties involved, and will be dealt with in accordance with Article 3.

Third Article

Should a party wish to invoke this article;

Third Article (section A)

In the case of having its national and territorial integrity infringed and violated, all parties shall come to its aid by declaring war on the aggressor.

Third Article (section B)

In the case of a war, invoked by the requesting party, the parties could choose to help in the form of sending no less than 5% of their armed forces, to establish a joint task force in accordance to Article 4.

Third Article (section C)

Should a party wish to discuss its national and territorial integrity, all parties shall form a discussion in an emergency summit in accordance with Article 5.

Fourth Article

Should the parties form a joint task force, it shall be under the joint command of all parties involved in the joint task force formed.

Fifth Article

Should an emergency summit be declared, all parties must attend it with accordance to Article 7 and discuss (with the exception of unavailability in the case of a siege).

Sixth Article

All parties must never, declare an embargo on each other, proclaim additional taxation upon each other's products and services, nor block them from providing those within their borders, (with the exception of a unanimous vote without the subject of those sanctions).

Sixth Article (Section A)

Further more, all parties must never adhere to an embargo should it be set upon a fellow party of this agreement (with the exception of a unanimous vote without the subject of those sanctions).

Seventh Article

A meeting between all parties should always be proclaimed in enough time to allow a place of discussion decided beforehand.

Seventh Article (Section A)

An annual summit is to be held every year on 22 of April.

Seventh Article (section B)

An emergency summit must be achieved within a week's timeframe from its calling.

Eighth Article

The parties may, by majority vote, choose to add, suspend, or remove any nation;

Eighth Article (section A)

In South Ecros or Sur to the Cooperation and Development Coalition proper.

Eighth Article (section B)

Any nation not within those geographical regions as a "Cooperation and Development Coalition Interests State" in accordance with Article 9.

Eighth Article (section C)

Any nation, who is already in the Cooperation and Development Coalition, that is suspected to not adhere to one or more articles, or is deemed a threat by the fellow parties, may be suspended from agreement as effective immediately if a vote on the subject passes until further notice.

Eighth Article (section D)

Should one party be deemed an immediate threat to the agreement, it may be removed with a unanimous vote without counting the subject for removal.

Ninth Article

Should there be a party proclaimed "Cooperation and Development Coalition Interests State";

Ninth Article (section A)

It is not obligated to follow articles 1. 2. 3.1 3.2

Ninth Article (section B)

Will not gain the benefits of articles 1. 2. 3.1 3.2 by default.

Ninth Article (section C)

Should adhere to all articles mentioned and not mentioned with its own considerations.

Members

Current member states

Current CODECO member states
Member state Capital Population Currency Government Location
Araucarlia Curitiba 29,000,000 Pila Constitutional monarchy Central Ecros
Creeperopolis San Salvador 532,430,398 Colón Absolute monarchy Sur
Dansin Dansin City 31,000,000 Dansinian Presidential republic Southern Ecros
El Salvador Ciutat dels Àngels 12,600,000 Peseta Presidential republic Sur
Lurjize Paluri 9,400,000 Viri Semi-presidential republic Sur
Leorkhin Leoria 32,000,000 Reale Semi-constitutional monarchy Southern Ecros
Montcrabe Montcrabe City 80,300,000 Crabinar Absolute monarchy Sur
Pavulturilor Dăbuza 80,300,000 Shekel Presidential republic Southern Ecros
Salisford Savotta 90,782,300 Lira Constitutional monarchy Sur
Sequoyah Asequi 39,650,000 Dollar Presidential republic Sur
State of the Church San Salvador del Oeste 4,000,000 Colón Absolute monarchy Sur

Current interest states

Current CODECO member states
Member state Capital Population Currency Government Location
Akvarelusus Ivory Tower 59,000,000 Kazé Absolute monarchy Central Ostlandet
Hazbin HazR'lyeh 120,000,000 Mora Semi-constitutional monarchy Central Ostlandet
New Gandor New Union City 172,000,000 Cap Presidential republic Southern Ostlandet
Rakhman Novinsk 41,623,109 Tenge Absolute monarchy Southern Ostlandet

Expansion of CODECO

Date +/– Total State(s) Type
22 April 1981 Increase 6 6 Full members
19 January 1982 Increase 1 7  Pavulturilor Interest state
15 June 1983 Increase 1 8  New Gandor Interest state
15 May 1991 Increase 1 9  Araucarlia Full member
17 May 1996 Increase 1 10  Dansin Full member
13 February 1997 Increase 1 11  Rakhman Intreset member
15 May 1999 Increase 1 12  Hazbin Intrest member
12 June 2008 Steady 0 12  Pavulturilor Full member
5 January 2012 Increase 1 13  Leorkhin Full member
29 May 2017 Increase 1 14  Akvarelusus Interest state
6 April 2020 Increase 1 15  Sequoyah Full member
1 May 2020 Decrease 1 14  Sequoyah Expulsion
5 December 2022 Increase 1 15  Sequoyah Full member

Current heads of state

Full members

Head of state Office Assumed office
Arthur von Piffer
Araucarlia Arthur von Piffer
born (1979-08-17) 17 August 1979 (age 44)
Emperor of Araucarlia 17 June 2005; 18 years ago (2005-06-17)
Alexander II of Creeperopolis
Creeperopolis Alexander II
born (1978-09-15) 15 September 1978 (age 45)
Emperor of Creeperopolis 18 June 2003; 20 years ago (2003-06-18)
Antoino Santos
Dansin Antoino Santos
born (1962-09-12) September 12, 1962 (age 61)
President of Dansin 9 May 2019; 4 years ago (2019-05-09)
Orlando Pareja Palau of El Salvador
El Salvador Orlando Pareja Palau
born (1974-02-24) 24 February 1974 (age 49)
President of El Salvador 1 January 2020; 3 years ago (2020-01-01)
Leopold I of Leorkhin
Leorkhin Leopold I
born (1976-04-28) 28 April 1976 (age 47)
Emperor of Leorkhin 5 January 2011; 12 years ago (2011-01-05)
Anri Akhalaia
Lurjize Anri Akhalaia
born (1964-07-30) July 30, 1964 (age 59)
President of Lurjize 28 May 2012; 11 years ago (2012-05-28)
Principati zinedine monscrabel
Montcrabe Zinedine Monscrabel
TBD
Prince of Montcrabe 8 April 1973; 50 years ago (1973-04-08)
Shimon Levi
Pavulturilor Shimon Levi
born (1960-08-22) 22 August 1960 (age 63)
President of Pavulturilor 1 January 2023; 9 months ago (2023-01-01)
Francesco II of Salisford
Salisford Francesco II
born (1978-11-25) 25 November 1978 (age 44)
King of Salisford 1 June 2015; 8 years ago (2015-06-01)
Atohi Dustu
Sequoyah Atohi Dustu
born (1987-08-15) 15 August 1987 (age 36)
President of Sequoyah TBD
Francisco I of the State of the Church
State of the Church Francisco I
born (1936-12-17) 17 December 1936 (age 86)
Pope of the State of the Church 13 March 2013; 10 years ago (2013-03-13)

Intrest states

Head of state Office Assumed office
Konrad XVI iz Elusus
Akvarelusus Konrad XVI iz Elusus
born (1976-02-02) February 2, 1976 (age 47)
Grand Duke 9 September 1998; 25 years ago (1998-09-09)
Erick I of Hazbin
Hazbin Erick I
born (1981-05-29) May 29, 1981 (age 42)
Emperor of Hazbin 15 June 1991; 32 years ago (1991-06-15)
Jacek Sekorsky
New Gandor Jacek Joseph Sekorsky
born (1980-04-17) April 17, 1980 (age 43)
President of New Gandor 5 October 2020; 2 years ago (2020-10-05)
Aleksandr I of Rakhman
Rakhman Aleksandr I
born (1962-12-15) 15 December 1962 (age 60)
Tzar of Rakhman September 17, 1993; 30 years ago (1993-09-17)

See also

Creeperopolis portal
Salisford portal
Terraconserva portal

Notes

  1. Andaluzian: Coalizão de Desenvolvimento e Cooperação; Atlántidan Spanish: Coalición para o Desenvolvemento e a Cooperación; Castillianan: Coalicion de Desenvolupament e de Cooperacion; Creeperian SpanishCreeperian: Ծոալիծիօն դե Դեսարրոժո յ Ծոոպերածիօն (ԾՈԴԵԾՈ); Creeperian SpanishIberic: Coalición de Desarrollo y Cooperación; Salisfordian: Coalizione per lo Sviluppo e la Cooperazione (COSVICO); Salvadoran: Coalició de Desenvolupament i Cooperació.
  2. Andaluzian pronunciation: ko.a.liˈʒɐɔ dɛ dɛs.en.vɔl.viˈmen.to ɛ koˈo.peʁ.ɐ.ʒɐɔ; Atlántidan Spanish pronunciation: ko.aː.liˈsiɔn ˈpaː.ɾɛ o des.en.bol.βeˈmen.to e a co.ɔ.peɾ.aˈsiɔn; Castillianan pronunciation: ku.a.liˈkiun dɛ dɛs.enˈvul.y.pa.mɛnt ɛ dɛ ku.u.pɛr.aˈkiun; Creeperian Spanish pronunciation: ko.a.liˈsion de des.aɾˈro.ʎo i ko.o.pe.ɾaˈsion; Salisfordian pronunciation: ko.a.liˈtsio.ne per lo sviˈlup.po i la coˈoper.a.tsio.ne; Salvadoran pronunciation: ku.ɛ.liˈsio de de.sen.vol.u.paˈment i kuˈo.per.a.sio.

References

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  10. Cabañeras Gutiérrez, Augusto (6 December 2020). "Capitán Augusto Jóven Proclamado como Presidente Provisionario de Secoya por'CODECO" [Captain Atohi Dustu Proclaimed President of Sequoyah by CODECO]. mindef.gob.cr (in Creeperian Spanish). San Salvador, Creeperopolis: Ministry of Defense. Retrieved 21 April 2022.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
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  12. Cabañeras Gutiérrez, Augusto Ramón (26 December 2020). "CODECO Anunció Deposición de Wesa" [CODECO Announced Wesa's Deposition]. mindef.gob.cr (in Creeperian Spanish). San Salvador, Creeperopolis: Ministry of Defense. Retrieved 21 April 2022.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 Dustu, Atohi (24 May 2021). "ᎤᎬᏫᏳᎯ ᎦᎶᏂ ᎠᏲᎵ ᏚᏃᏣᎳᏅ ᏍᏏᏉᏯ ᎠᎳᏏᏅᏙᏗ ᎣᏍᏛᎾᏅᏁᎲ ᎢᏯᏛᏁᏗ" [President Atohi Dustu Announces Sequoyan Economic Adjustment Program]. secpresident.gov.sq (in Sequoyan). Asequi, Sequoyah: Government of Sequoyah. Retrieved 21 April 2022.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)

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