Office of the President of West Who
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
Here you will find everything you need to know about West Who - and there is not a doubt that West Who is one of the most unique micronations in the world. Learn about our history, unique culture, great food, art and heritage. Our history dates back to 1969, read about our great heroes and citizens who forged the way for West Who today. You will find information on this site about what makes West Who the modern, vibrant nation it is today. As President, I encourage you to experience this site and find out what West Who is all about - and to have lots of fun along the way.
Message from the Space Director
Can a small nation have an impact on the study of space? Yes, we can. The purpose of the West Who Space and Planet Exploration Agency (SPEA) is to develop programs and activities involving science and technology that support the priorities of the Government of the Republic of West Who. SPEA directs its resources and activities in four key areas:
Space Science and Exploration
Follow SPEA on Twitter @ twitter.com/WestWhoSpace, also more information on MicroWiki at West Who Space Agency. Click here for more information about SPEA west-who-space-agency.webnode.com
Message from the Minister of the Environment
Our priorities for the Environment
Message from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Message about the West Who Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has a special role to play in the West Who system of government. The Basic Law gives it the power to check, if necessary, the actions of the President and Congress.
It can tell a President that his actions are not allowed by the Basic Law. It can tell Congress that a law it passed violated the Republic of West Who Basic Law and is, therefore, no longer a law. It can also tell the government of a province that one of its laws breaks a rule in the Basic Law.
The Supreme Court is the final judge in all cases involving laws passed by the Senate, and the highest law of all — the West Who Basic Law.
Chief Justice Chris Roberts