Kwelede-peir

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Kwelede-peir (/kwɛledɛ-pɪːr/) is a newly developed parliamentary republic, founded in 1887 after a decolonisation war. It is located in Southern Antarephia, bordering Yersinia and Glauvaard. It is the member of Assembly of Nations since 1971 and Antarephian Coalition since 2006. Kwelede-peir -- novadeingeries republis parlamentikai est, construitus apre bela civilikan kvod ante kolonizacii, jirnei 1887. S'im Astromna Antarefǝi est, IErsinu et Glauwardǝ limitiet. Se sodalu Assamlei Nacionəm jirnei 1971 et Simlinkenura Antarefikan jirnei 2006 ie devene.
Kwelede-peir: The Ever-Changing Shore
Kwelede-peir
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Motto:
"Sol ie ascendao / The Sun Arose"
Anthem:
One hour of reflexion
CapitalJeidɑn
Largest cityJeidɑn (The Union) (2,145 million inh.)
Official languagesting planete
 • National languagesting planete, Orz, Arsqannun
Ethnic GroupsArsqann, Panvelitic, Pretannic, Kalmish-Ingerish, Turquan
Demonymkweledepeirian
GovernmentParliamentary Republic
 • President of Republic of Kwelede-peirŽinis Čymbalopâr (in office since 2017)
 • Head of the Parliament of Kwelede-peirVeroniciâ Diwinie (in office since 2018)
LegislaturePopular Assembly
 • Upper houseCritical House (de-facto disbanded)
 • Lower houseProposing House
Area
 • Total202 187 km2
Population
 • Estimate (2017)24 812 039
 • Density127/km2
GDP (PPP)
 • Per capita23 000$
HDI (2020)0.7
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CurrencyKweledepeirian Šolids (KPS)
Drives on theright

Geography

Kwelede-peir is located fully on Antarephian plate. Earthquakes are fairly rare, although, high tides and tsunamis caused by quakes in Hesperic Ocean are considered dangerous.

History

Not much is known about Kwelede-peir before colonization. Apparently, it was populated by people from Harda archipelago in c. 1000 BC. Prior to that, stone-age native population lived there. According to haplogroup analysis[1], there's no present successors of these people living in Kwelede-peir.
In 1520s-1580s Kwelede-peir is being colonized by foreign powers.
In 1622, First Terra Sincera Agreement is being drawn, dividing the coast between Terra Sincera Trading Company and colonizing powers.
In 1886, an anti-colonial civil war starts, ending on 1887-02-01 with Kwelede-peir being a fully independent nation. Since then, Terra Sincera Company was disbanded.
In 1888, an important law is being signed, called The Manifesto on Foreigners. It sets the defined area of where people of foreign citizenship can live. Initially, that was made to control internal migration flow in the republic, as well as helping colonizing the northwestern lands, inhabited by natives at that time.
In 1915, an army coup d'etat occurs. Liberal government is disbanded and social-democratic party called Partiə Populera (People's Party) takes over.
In 1920s-1930s Kwelede-peir was governed by military junta. 1929 Nationalisation marks the peak of socialist period in the country.
1954 marks the end of most diplomatic relations for Kwelede-peir -- an amendment for Manifesto on Foreigners allowed them to stay in the area of 100 square kilometres in a coastal city of Civon Ezamina. Diplomacy was in crisis since then. Isolation period lasted from 1954 to 1970, marked with multiple repressions, militarism and cases of divergency all over the country. Many fleed the republic those days, but the rough number of attempts (as well as successful ones) in unknown.
In 1970, natives uprised, killing Ulethans on their premises and proclaiming independence. Government sent troops there that was unable to fight due to harsh winter conditions and mountainous terrain. On 28th September 1971, military launched a successful coup against socialist government, making them quit from ruling the country for three years. Then, in 1974, they went back with the new agenda, supported on elections.
1988 and 2006 amendments to Manifesto on Foreigners ended the period of isolation in Kwelede-peir.

Population

There are 24 mil. people living in Kwelede-peir as of 2017. Five most populous cities:

Place City name City name in Ingerish Ward Population
1 Jeidɑn Unity I 2 145 000
2 Bɑnɑ-Sunporɑ Good Haven III 1 099 000
3 Civon Ezɑminɑ Examination Town II 692 463
4 Mont Dignitus Dignity Mountain III 537 863
5 Nərixɑrdus New Saint Richards VI 427 460
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Jeidan
Jeidan
Capital city
Founded1621
Rights granted
1689
Incorporated1689
DemonymJeidana
Area
 • 1 400 sq.km
Population
 • Estimate (2020)2 145 000
Postal Code1XXX

National politics

Executive power in Kwelede-peir is being asserted by the goverment (TP: Rinxinsetemur).

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Government of Kwelede-peir
Mixed republic
CapitalJeidan
Head of state
• President of Kwelede-peirŽinis Čymbalopâr
• Elder Speaker of ParliamentVeroniciâ Diwinie
LegislaturePopular Assembly
• Upper houseCritical House (de-facto disbanded)
• Lower houseProposing House
JudiciarySupreme Court
Executive
Major Concern Commission
Major political parties
  Popular Party [168]
  Progressive Party [48]
  Liberal Party[32]
  Nonpartisans [52]
Assembly of Nations, Antarephian Coalition (since 2006)

External politics

Kwelede-peir is a part of Assembly of Nations and Antarephian Coalition.

Economy

Kwelede-peir now is a newly developed country, isolated distributist republic. Heavy industry is owned entirely by state, while light industry is shared between state itself, various syndicates and trusts and numerous small businessmen. Healthcare, television and education are controlled by government, while radio and construction industry may be private-owned.

Education

Kwelede-peir guarantees free primary and secondary education to its citizens. All education facilities are state-owned, though, some of them take additional fees from the students.

At the age of three, four and five, children may be left in preschool (preśhola). Then, by the age of six, they are allowed to go to one of the two types of schools.

The education in common school (śhola) is divided into four stages. There is an examination at the end of each stage, by the end of which the pupil may be transferred to the higher-prestige school groups free of charge. At the end, matura exams are being held for those who will apply to the universities.

However, there is another type of school in Kwelede-peir which is called "educational facility" (estabilimân escientifikai or ET). Here, the education process is divided into three stages, with the final one being the most important and content-wise. The amount of subjects being taught is significantly bigger than the one at schools. Still, they have to pass the same matura exam at the end. This option is considered to be suitable either for upper class families or prodigy children. Tuition fee is being collected from the students every semester aside from ones who showed excellent progress.

Religion. Secularism

Kwelede-peir is still a highly religious country, even though a half of population considers themselves atheist.[2] Christic culture forms a core of Kweledepeirian society. In 20th century, when the country was isolated, national church had several reforms to be more appealing to the common folk.

Media

Kwelede-peir has a network of television channels called KPTV. Most cities also have their regional transmitters. Notable channels include:

  • KPTV 1, main news channel.
  • KPTV 2, entertainment channel.
  • KPTV 3, educational channel.
  • KPTV 5, 24-hour news channel that broadcasts in TP, Ingerish and Baiyu. In 1987-1992 it was available only to foreign population of Kwelede-peir in area near Civon Ezamina.


Notable feature of Kweledepeirian television is redactions - independent groups of producers that make content for television. People participate in the yearly elections (since 1974) that defines amount of the airtime for each group.
People in Kwelede-peir usually know very little of the outside world, except for those who went abroad for education. Internet access is allowed only to households with high social credit score, yet still maintained by a security forces. Though, there’s been several attempts to flee the country, most of the Kweledepeirian population aren’t being accepted in foreign societies.

  1. R.F.Farer. Haplogroups Among Nation. / Bana Publishing, 1998
  2. Father Ioachim of Yarzichu. "21st Century Hypocrite Man" // Religare Journal, issue 4/2020