Cultural Act

Cultural Act

An act outlining the customs of the South Pacific

1. Identity

(1) The official name of the region is the Coalition of the South Pacific.

(2) The capital of the region is Government Island.

(3) The citizens of the region shall be referred to as South Pacificans.

(4) The official currency of the region is the drama llama.

(5) The official plant of the region is the coconut tree (Cocos nucifera ).

(6) The official animal of the region is the llama (Lama glama ).

(7) The official beverage of the region is South Pacific Iced Tea, the recipe of which shall be composed of but not exclusive to:
a. vodka,
b. rum,
c. tequila,
d. blue curaƧao, and
e. lemon-lime soda.

(8) The official headwear of the region is the lampshade.

2. Colors

(1) The colors of the South Pacific shall be defined by a name and corresponding hex code.

(2) The official colors of the South Pacific are
a. South Pacific Blue (#109AED),
b. White (#FFFFFF), and
c. Tropical Orange (#FF9900).

3. Holidays

(1) The following days will be official holidays of the Coalition:
a. 1 January shall be Delegates Day, celebrating those who have served as Delegate of the Coalition;
b. 18 March shall be Max Barry Day, celebrating the creator and founder of NationStates;
c. 2 June shall be Coalition Day, celebrating the creation of the Charter, Government, and the Coalition;
d. 17 July shall be Defender Day, celebrating the day the South Pacific officially became a defender region;
e. 20 July shall be Independence Day, celebrating our freedom and independence, marking the end of UCR control over the South Pacific;
f. 13 November shall be Creation Day, celebrating the creation of NationStates; and
g. 31 December shall be Foundation Day, celebrating the creation of the South Pacific.

(2) The Delegate and Cabinet may respectively proclaim days for observance without approval from the Assembly, but such days are not official holidays.

4. Regional Symbols

(1) The official flag of the Coalition of the South Pacific consists of a white palm tree upon a black sail, with a white star in the lower left corner of the sail. The black sail surmounts a white ring and flies upon a South Pacific Blue background.
a. An example of this flag is as follows;

(2) The official logo of the Coalition of the South Pacific consists of a white palm tree upon a black sail, with a white star in the lower left corner of the sail. The black sail surmounts a a South Pacific Blue circle, with a white ring surrounded by a thinner South Pacific Blue ring.
a. An example of this logo is as follows;

(3) Alternative symbols may be used on flags, logos and other graphics for events, festivals, activities and other purposes as deemed suitable by the relevant branches of government.

(4) Individual branches of government may adopt alternative symbols for their own use, such as a military Battle Flag or a Ministry logo.