Government website launched



The Government has purchased an internet domain and published a government website. The domain was purchased using National Treasury funding. The website features information on the Government’s agencies, structures and departments, as well as hosting an archive of all legislation enacted. In addition, the website features a summary of the Confederation’s history and a feature page on the products made by various enterprises within Leylandiistan & Gurvata. A summary of the nation’s regions is also given.

No website related to Leylandiistan & Gurvata has been published since the union between the two nations in August 2014. Previously, the Democratic Republic of Leylandiistan had its government website at, along with separate websites for its postal service and television broadcasting service. All these websites were subsequently deleted following the union. The government website will reduce the Government’s dependancy on Béal na Tíre in order to make important national announcements, for example the enacting of legislation, and will become the main reference point for the Confederation on the internet. According to the first post in the government updates section, the website is intended to compliment the Government’s existing presence on social media, which includes the Twitter handle @LeylandiiGov and accounts for this publication on Tumblr and Twitter.

The creation of the government website marks a major milestone in the implementation of the “Plan for 2016“, the Government’s agenda for the year. The programme specifically called for the creation of a website as one of the Government’s major goals for the year ahead. With this goal now complete, the Government will now move on to selecting a capital city for the Confederation, something which has not been designated to date.


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