Vatofarê

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Republic of Vatofarê
Republik Vatofarê
Flag
CapitalSveta Lucianos
Largest citySveta Lucianos
Official languagesEganian
 • National languagesEganian
 • Regional languagesCastellanese
DemonymVatofarian (Vatofarê)
GovernmentParliamentary republic with executive presidency
 • PresidentJoanina Velma-Ekalis
 • Prime MinsterEkel Fasetin
LegislatureParliament
 • Upper housePeople's Assembly
 • Lower houseSenate
Area
 • Total21,000 km2
Population
 • Estimate (2016)2,309,950
 • Census (2013)2,280,100
 • Density109,9/km2
GDP (nominal)
 • Total$25,836,790,000
 • Per capita$11,185
HDISteady 0.782
high
CurrencyVatofarian Tampeli (VTA)
Drives on theright
Internet TLD.vf


Vatofarê or Republic of Vatofarê is a Parliamentary Republic in Gwynian subcontinent, in northwestern Archanta. Vatofarê is bordered to the east and north by the Ardispheric Federation, to the west by AR059c and to the south by the Asperic Ocean. Its capital and largest city is Sveta Lucianos, situated in the extreme east of the country next to Ardisphere border and Villa Constitución. Vatofarê has an area of 21,000 km² and has a population of 2,309,950.

The actual territory of Vatofarê was inhabited by several native civilized peoples before the Ingerish and Eganian marines colonized it in 1525. The country was cut into two until 1815 when Ingerland left the region. The country developped thanks to coffee plantations and the extraction of precious stones. Slavery never occured in Vatofarê but some racist discriminations used to happen until the 19th century. After the independance in 1861 and during the 20th century, many Vatofarians emigrated to Egani and many Eganians came to Vatofarê for business, which developped the capital city Sveta Lucianos with a lot of Ardisferan influence.

Vatofarê has a mixed republican system organised in the form of a parliamentary republic with an executive presidency : the president is linked to the parliament. Furthermore, the upper house of the parliament is composed of 130 citizens who are randomly chosen every presidential election among volunteers. 90 senators are randomly chosen too, among voluntary municipal deputies from every town. Vatofarê is a member of the Assembly of Nations (AN).


History

Government and politics

Assembly of citizens
Senate (currently)

Constitution

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Foreign relations

Military and law enforcement

The police officers of high grade are divided into one squad by region. Lower grade officers have the duties to make sure taxes are paid and they also help with traffic regulation and school security. Vatofarê doesn't have any proper army. However some of the police forces (~1050) are driven in order to engage in missions abroad if necessary, in agreement with other military forces.

Geography and climate

Terrain

Vatofarê land elevation and hydrography

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Religion

Infrastructure

Education

Education in Vatofarê is considered extremely important. The education is the second sector in terms of public spending : 18% of the GDP, after social protection (24%). It is free, secular and mandatory. Children go to school from 4 to 16. They spend 4 years in elementary school, 4 years in middle school and 4 years in highschool. Then they have to chose between becoming an apprentice and preparing university with two years of preparatory school in general or specific domains. Exams don't exist but students are assessed from their work, behaviour and imvolvment.

Subjects studied at school include :

  • Eganian
  • Castellanese, Sathrian or Ingerish
  • Regional dialect
  • Mathematics
  • Sciences,
  • Environment, botany and agriculture
  • Art
  • Geography
  • History
  • Sport
  • Economics, social sciences, philosophy, politics and ethics
  • Ergonomics and sustainability
  • Cooking

Science and technology

Health

Social protection

Energy

Water

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Rail

Aviation

Culture

Gardenning

Visual arts

Performing arts

Music

Clothing

Sport

Cuisine

Film and media

Attitudes and values

Environment