A little more flexibility on some of the spellings would be nice, those aren't all well known or easy to spell answers.
Maybe add Northern Ireland, Sardinia, Eastern Ukraine, Gotland.
Moreover, whilst Padania is seen as an unique entity by its supporters, who think it should be a state on its own, there is an historic independent movement in Alto Adige / Sudtirol which seeks independence from Italy (and i think would equally seek independence from Padania) with the ultimate aim of being united to Austria.
That's why i would add this other secessionist movement to the quiz
Plaid Cymru campaign on all sorts of issues. Just as it's been shown that not everyone who votes for the SNP wants Scottish independence.
What's wrong of wishing for a different state? It's not as if the current borders had been drawn after negotiated consensus and democratic elections...
I understand even independence movements in those situations when individuals do not have equal rights and that is somehow based on their culture, ethnicity or language, but not when they have equal citizen rights. But is is actually impossible to define any group that would have right to an independent country when another group has not.
You have nothing to lose but your chains.
2.But there aren't many people for Vojvodina and Moravias independence, instead of them you should have included for example Wales, Sicily or Wallonia
Anyway, remove at least Finland from the hint for Karelia.