Tamor

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Republic de Tamor (Tamorrese)
Capital: Incubel

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Tamor, officially the Republic of Tamor, is a small sovereign country in North East Antarephia, bordering with AN134g and San Marcos. The country, with its 19 030km² of surface, touches the southern part of the "Mar of Garona".


Etymology

The origin of the name "Tamor" probably comes from the "Torians", founders of the town of Tor.

History

Prehistory

The first reliable source of human presence dates back to around 2300BC when some drawings been found in 1980 on the rocks of a cliff near Pought. However probably the territory was inhabited by humans at least since 3000BC.

Tribes

The first tribes formed around 1850BC in the location of some of today's biggest cities: Lavroug, Corem, Zedela, Pegnem and Kudaraus. The southern part was more peaceful and less subject to wars between factions.

Cedelis

In 1700BC the Cedelis tribe, the most relevant of the region, had an extension from Venitra to Corem and the sea, this allowed the tribe to gain power in the area and respect of several other small tribes, which eventually decided to merge with the Cedelis, which had a defined social and economical structure. Around 1550BC the Cedelis started to expand to west, however they got attacked by a foreign tribe, the Goniards, located around Gurgenen, which defeated the Cedelis.

Goniard

The Goniard tribe (Goniards), in 1420BC, controlled the whole northern territory, organised in cities with each its autonomy. This kind of approach needed more control over territories without any town, so they founded several towns which nowadays are Daste, Guretu, Tureu, Levta, Overgon and Senoegvt, all located next to the Gon River, an important communication road for the citizens.

The society was divided between the farmers, fishers and hunters, which formed the highest floor of the society; and the slaves, which were anyone else. The non-slaves had the possibility to enter in the politics, which was a very respected role.

The political organisation included a single "national commander", which was preselected with inheritance; and the "town commanders", which was a single person elected every 5 years from the national commander.

Tor Empire

Around early 400BC we have testimonials about a significant presence of people where nowadays Tor is. This presence is proved thanks to the drawings and the "Turutu" drawings, the language spoken in the city. Approximately, the city of Tor had an expansion from Toretto, to Lat with 15 000-25 000 citizens in its territory.

The social organisation of the town was funded on equity values, most of the decisions were taken within all citizens and was mostly a peaceful town.

Torians

Castellan and Ingerish Colonialism

Black Social War

Republic of Tamor

Geography

Climate and Geology

Climate

The entire territory is located in the "Humid Subtropical Climate (Cfa)" and, as the territory is mostly flat, the only substantial difference is between the coastal and the inner areas.

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Due to the exposure to the tropical oceans and winds and the topographic location of the country, the territory is often hit by hurricanes and windstorms. The most hit region is the one of Londu, where some areas in the northern side can get up to 500mm of rain in few days.

Seismic Activity

Geology

Flood risk is very high in most of the territory, especially along rivers and coast. The most fragile cities are Corem, which is located below sea level, and Tor, which is often hit by torrential rainfall and hurricanes.

Due to the often directional change of the river "Tarus", the city of Pegnem is getting several problems with the urban management.

Government and Politics

see Government of Tamor

Regional Politics

Each region, every 5 years, elect a president and its regional council. The regional presidents are directly voted by the citizens of the region and must get, at least, 50%+1 votes, if not, a ballot must be held between the two most voted candidates. The regional councillors are directly elected by the citizens of the region.

Once elected, the president of the region will also be "President of the Regional Ministers" and nominates the regional ministers which are:

- Regional Minister of Health

- Regional Minister of Instruction

- Regional Minister of Transports and Infrastructures

- Regional Minister of Finance and Economy

- Regional Minister of Security

Region Next Elections President Regional Council
Name Party Parties Seats
Lower Tamor 2023 Gijan Mahtari United Antarephia Free Tamor: 28

Together: 10

Our People: 1

39
Reyun de Corem 2025 Marco Teshau National Party Together: 16

Free Tamor: 5

21
Londu 2023 Martha Gosewealth Conservatives Together: 13

Free Tamor: 8

21
Upper Tamor 2024 Joaquin Coute National Party Together: 22

Free Tamor: 3

25

Mayor and City Councils

Each municipality, every 5 years, elect a mayor and its city council. The mayor is directly voted by the citizens on the city. In the municipalities with at least 20 000 inhabitants, a mayor to get elected must get, at least 50%+1 votes, if not, a ballot must be held between the two most voted candidates. If the municipality has got less than 19 999 inhabitants, the candidate who gets most votes gets elected. The city councillors are directly elected by the citizens of the region.

Once elected, the mayor nominates the city responsible which are:

- Responsible of Health

- Responsible of Education

- Responsible of Transports and Infrastructures

- Responsible of Finance and Economy

- Responsible of Security, Emergency Services and Accessibility

Region City Next Elections Mayor
Name Party
Incubel Lower Tamor 2023 Democratic Party
Corem Reyun de Corem 2024 National Party
Pegnem Lower Tamor 2023 Democratic Party
Gurgenen Upper Tamor 2024 National Party
Zedela Reyun de Corem 2025 National Party
Poshet Londu 2024 Conservatives
Kudaraus Londu 2023 National Party
Turley Lower Tamor 2025 Democratic Party
Lavroug Reyun de Corem 2024 Conservatives
Daste Upper Tamor 2026 National Party
Kalotte Lower Tamor 2023 Greens
Tor Londu 2023 Conservatives
Vardul Upper Tamor 2024 National Party
Ul Terelt Reyun de Corem 2024 Conservatives
Sup Lower Tamor 2026 Democratic Party
Nasurker Londu 2023 Greens
Gusheot Upper Tamor 2024 National Party
Pabino Upper Tamor 2027 National Party
Hadet Upper Tamor 2023 National Party
Senogevt Reyun de Corem 2025 Conservatives
Nasustor Londu 2023 Conservatives
Tresough Lower Tamor 2023 United Antarephia

Demographics

Population

Administrative Divisions

Regions and Provinces in Tamor
Regions Population Area Population Density Provinces Population Area Pop. Density
Lower Tamor 1,945,400 Increase 5563.4 349.6 Tresough 325,400 Increase 832.15 391.5
Incubel 870,000 Increase 1150.5 756.5
Pegnem 420,000 Increase 1083.1 387.8
Turley 330,000 Increase 2498.0 132.1
Reyun de Corem 1,050,000 Increase 3628.4 289.3 Corem 450,000 Decrease 1786.4 251.9
Lavroug 300,000 Increase 902.8 332.2
Zedela 300,000 Increase 938.8 319.5
Londu 1,090,000 Decrease 4613.9 236.2 Kudaraus 470,000 Decrease 1462.6 321.3
Poshet 340,000 Increase 1477.8 230.0
Tor 280,000 Decrease 1673.4 167.3
Upper Tamor 1,280,000 Increase 4076.6 313.9 Gurgenen 630,000 Increase 2430.1 259.2
Daste 360,000 Increase 1646.6 218.6
Vardul 290,000 Increase 1147.5 252.7
Total 5,365,400 Increase 19030 281,9

Cities

Largest cities
Municipality Metro Area
City Province Region Population Density Area Population Density Area
Incubel Incubel Lower Tamor 650,000 Increase 800,000 Increase
Corem Corem Reyun de Corem 230,000 Decrease 300,000 Decrease
Pegnem Pegnem Lower Tamor 170,000 Increase
Gurgenen Gurgenen Upper Tamor 170,000 Increase 350,000 Increase
Zedela Zedela Reyun de Corem 160,000 Increase 250,000 Increase
Poshet Poshet Londu 140,000 Increase
Kudaraus Kudaraus Londu 130,000 Decrease
Turley Turley Lower Tamor 120,000 Increase
Lavroug Lavroug Reyun de Corem 120,000 Increase
Daste Daste Upper Tamor 100,000 Increase 150,000 Increase
Kalotte Pegnem Lower Tamor 100,000 Increase
Tor Tor Londu 90,000 Decrease
Tresough Tresough Lower Tamor 88,593 Increase 1497 inh./km² 59.18 km² 195,000 Increase
Vardul Vardul Upper Tamor 70,000 Increase 140,000 Increase
Ul Terelt Lavroug Reyun de Corem 70,000 Increase
Sup Pegnem Lower Tamor 70,000 Increase
Nasurker Kudaraus Londu 60,000 Decrease
Gusheot Vardul Upper Tamor 50,000 Increase
Pabino Gurgenen Upper Tamor 50,000 Decrease
Hadet Gurgenen Upper Tamor 50,000 Increase
Senogevt Lavroug Reyun de Corem 50,000 Decrease
Nasustor Tor Londu 50,000 Decrease
Total 2,730,000 Increase 3,505,000 Increase

Bold: Capital of Region | Italic: Capital of Province

Language

Religion and Culture

Education

Economy

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Economy of Tamor
Welfare Capitalism
CurrencyTBD
Monetary authorityTBD
GDP (PPP)TBD
• TotalTBD
• Per capitaTBD
GDP (nominal)2022
• Total$69,59B
• Per capita$12,965
HDI (2022) 0.864
very high
Principal exportsTBD
Principal importsTBD


Transports and Infrastructures

Road

The country is connected by three highways and two trunk roads which are supported by a large network of primary and secondary roads. According to the national legislation, the speed limit is 130kph in the highways and trunk roads down to 30kph in certain residential roads, especially in the city centres of the southern towns.

Name Start End Distance
A1 Tresough Lavroug ± 160km
A2 Incubel Tor ± 160km
A3 Lavroug - ± 115km
T1 Turley Kudaraus ± 65km
T2 Corem Zedela ± 25km

Transit for Tamor

"Transit for Tamor" is the national operator for public services which is 100% owned by the government. The local public transportation is operated by the respective local branches (ex. Transit for Tresough).

Railway

The rail network in the country connects the most important economic and social areas of the country with each other and the neighbouring countries.

Railway lines in the country
Name Start End Distance Max. Speed
Central Line Tresough Corem ± 160km 200kph
Peninsula South Incubel Afuatel ± 215km 200kph
Peninsula North Pegnem Afuatel ± 185km 200kph
Rural Londu Poshet Kudaraus ± 40km 150kph
Tresough Border Tresough Noregal ± 30km 150kph
Valley Line Sup Notto ± 45km 130kph
Upper Line Lavroug Daste ± 120km 200kph
Hilly Line Corem Zedela ± 30km 150kph
Northern Ozue Cumatit Ozue ± 30km 150kph
Total ± 855km 200kph

Airports

International Airport of Incubel - Valereja

The International Airport of Incubel - Valereja is the only active passenger airport of the country. The average weekly passengers flights that depart from the airport is 416 during winter, while this summer this number will increase up to 468, all operated by Air Tamor. The main connections are to: Layrityan (21 flights/week); Fojenica, Quentinsbrugh, Xochimalta (14 flights/week); Etatono (10 flights/week); Gobras City, Khaiwoon (7 flights/week).

Airport of Gurgenen

The Airport of Gurgenen is an airport in construction which is going to serve as passenger and cargo airport for the northern part of the country. The construction, which began in 2016, should end in the Q1 2023. The airport will mostly serve flights to North Antarephia and the Lycene Region (South Tarephia).

Diplomatic Relations

Due to the size, both demographically and in terms of surface, Tamor has a limited number of embassies and consulates.

All embassies in Tamor are located in the city centre of Incubel

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