"For too long, we have been isolated from other minifig nations. It is time that we join the ranks of the international community to become a more active player in the Lego world," the president said in her speech.
A source at the Office of Foreign Affairs says that the government is currently in the process of contacting other minifig nations including the Empire of Legoland and the Federation of Legopolis.
The president has the support of the prime minister and other high-level government officials, but many members of Parliament are angry that no vote was requested of the legislature.
"While I agree with the idea of joining the international minifig community, I am outraged that President Bricks neglected to contact Parliament," said Francis David, the minority leader of the Conservative Party and head of the political opposition.
"This is simply another example of the ways our tyrannical president abuses her power. It is practically illegal that she would not call a vote in this legislature, " he added.
When reminded that the Lego Republic Constitution gives the president power to conduct foreign affairs, David declared that he was late for a meeting and refused to take any more questions from the media.