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National motto amended

The Austenasian coat of arms, which will soon be revised in light of the national motto being corrected.

The Austenasian coat of arms, which will soon be revised in light of the national motto being corrected.

In an Imperial Edict passed earlier today, Emperor Jonathan I made an amendment to the national motto of the Empire.

Since July 2011, the national motto of Austenasia had been “Imperator et Populum Austenasiae” (Emperor and People of Austenasia), based on the emblematic “S.P.Q.R.” of the Roman Empire.

However, it recently became known that the phrase was grammatically incorrect. “Populum” should instead have been “Populus”, and was changed to such earlier today.

This change will require a new depiction of the national coat of arms to be published, on which the motto is displayed.

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