PANBAT REVOLUTIONARIES INTERNED
Rioters continue to occupy major open spaces in Cotobade.
COTOBADE (KEOBATSEO), MANDATORY SOUTH PONTEVEDRA == After a landmark decision in the Arveyran Senate and in the absence of fifteen senators that represented Pontevedra, the Senate has agreed in a vote of 231-149 to revoke Pontevedra's status as a province, a territorial title which it held since its integration into the Dominion of Arveyres in 1013. This resolution also has led the way for the division of the newly created Mandate of Pontevedra into Mandatory North- and Mandatory South Pontevedra.
This decision has grown to shock the people of Arveyres, as a large force in the Arveyran entertainment and fashion industry are people with Panbat origins. The Mandatory Government of Pontevedra, led by Choi Chae-rin the Mandatory Governor of Pontevedra (formerly the Provincial Director of the Royal Arveyran Police in Pontevedra (RAP-Pon), has urged royalists and Arveyran-loyalists, who call themselves 프라랑루든 (Peurarang-rudeun - Law people), to make their way into Mandatory South Pontevedra, where they will find safety in the comfort of the government. Those that remain in Mandatory North Pontevedra who are loyalists and do not have the money/means to make it to MSP (Mandatory South Pontevedra) will be given honorary MSP residence and will be permitted to say in MNP. MNP anti-royalists, called by the Government as 타서랑루든 (Taseorang-rudeun - Chaos people), by order of the Senate are to be rounded up from their homes in MSP and shipped to internment camps in MNP to be rehabilitated to be model citizens.
Many critics of this plan have compared it to the Arveyran internment of ethnic Newellians and their subsequent indentured servitude sentences in munitions and textile work camps in Pontevedra, many of which still exist today and are expected by conspiracists to be used by the Government once more to exploit an ethnic people. The Government has not issued any statement on whether the Anti-loyalists will be sent to spend times in the work camps. The Government also has chosen to encircle the rioters in the Daiji Square in Cotobade, hoping to either starve them out or force their cessation of protests and to comply with the will of the national Government. So 53 protesters have been killed by the hands of the Government and 2,100 province-wide have been sent to jails all throughout Pontevedra. It is unknown how many anti-royalists will be sent to internment camps yet.