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|República de Costa Azul|
"Ante cualquier tirano, nos liberaremos"
|• Regional languages||Vicherio y lenguas indígenas|
|• Primer Vicepresidente||TBD|
|• Segundo Vicepresidente||TBD|
|Legislature||Congreso de la República|
|• Total||288000 km2|
|• Estimate (2021)||18000000|
|• Census (2020)||TBD|
|Currency||Peso costazulense (₱ o PCZ)|
Azure Coast, officially República de Costa Azul is a multiethnic, semipresidential republic located in Western Tarephia. It is composed of 16 provinces: 15 on the mainland and the archipelago of the Faigo Islands in the Hesperian Ocean. It is bordered to the north by TA003e, TA003d and TA005, to the south and west by the Hesperic Ocean, to the east by TA003c, and to the southeast by Minguba and TA003b. Its capital and most populated city is Tízur, on the shores of Lake Tirbala. Its second most important city is Ralbán, which also is the main port in the country.
Costa Azul is an extremely diverse tropical country, thanks to the variety of microclimates, where they can be found from arid areas to inhospitable jungles, from high mountains to pristine beaches. This the country important tourist activity. In addition, it is a country committed to sustainable policies towards the environment and sustainable energies that seek to achieve carbon neutrality in 2040.
Historically, it has been a troubled country that obtained great stability for much of the 20th century, but collapsed in 1975 with the dictatorship of Danilo Carvallo Orozco, which ended with the outbreak of the Nauril Revolution in 1987. When the dictatorship fell, the The country was governed for two years by a Popular Board that would be in charge, among other functions, of convening a Constituent Assembly to adopt a new Political Constitution. Since then, the country has been evolving positively, generating policies that adapt to modernity.
Today, Costa Azul is a member of the Assembly of Nations and the Tarephia Cooperation Council.