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Flag of Kara United Republic of Kara
Fjörnåde Repúblikke Kåra (Karska)
Capital: Kara
Motto: Fjörnåde för Dämókrati (United for Democracy)
Anthem: Sjänge som än (Sing as One)

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Kara, officially known as the United Republic of Kara (Karska: Fjörnåde Repúblikke Kåra; Reuntha: Ánure Řepúblix̌ Kǿre; Vezhek: Vorencka Republika Kyorja; Kirek: ᛃᚠᛖᚱᚾᛟᛞ ᚱᛖᛈᛖᛈᛚᛁᚲᚨ ᚲᛟᚱᚨ; Thilshullian: Gemǣnsumod Rīcuþēod Cǣra) is a country in East Uletha. It shares a border with Älved, Boscunis, Glaster, and UL22c.

The United Republic of Kara was established in 1934 with the signing of the Union Treaty of Kara, which united the independent states of Karskat, Thilshull, Reuntha, and Vezhekja under a federal democratic republic. The Republic of Kirek joined the union in 1952.

Initially a 4-state (5 after Kirek joined) federal union with a very weak federal government, each state remained relatively distinct culturally and linguistically. However, increased cultural mixing and growing demands for federal infrastructure and social programs led to the drafting of the United Kara Amendment of 1978, which passed with strong support from voters of all regions. The amendment, which took effect on 1 January 1979, created a new constitution that replaced the Union Treaty as the law of the land, replacing the initial 5-member national council that ruled with the current system of a national president, 300-member legislature, and a much less powerful national council. It also abolished the 5-state system, replacing it with the current 16-state federal system.

Since the Amendment, Kara has grown increasingly cohesive culturally and linguistically. Karska has become the lingua franca of the nation, with recent estimates putting Karska knowledge at over 95% of the population, due in part to the National Language Education Act of 1984, which required that Karska be taught in schools alongside the native language. The later National Language Education Act of 1992 additionally helped to preserve native languages by requiring all students to demonstrate proficiency in the local native language, Karska, and another of the native languages of their choice (students in Karska-speaking areas must learn two other native languages).


Geography and Climate

Kara has a mixed temperate climate. The southern coast and Tebbjet River valley are particularly temperate, while the northern states are characterized by an alpine mountain climate.

Government

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Government of Kara
Federal presidential constitutional republic
CapitalKara
Head of state
• PresidentKiri-Anna Päjtersson-Årdl
• Speaker of the National CommissionÆstred Marija Gabrælzen (ᛇᛊᛏᚱᛖᛞ ᛗᚨᚱᛁᛃᚨ ᚷᚨᛒᚱᛇᛚᛉᛖᚾ)
• Speaker of the LegislatureKristjan Nijkolässon-Värgren
Legislature
• Upper houseNational Commission
• Lower houseNational Legislature
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JudiciaryHigh Court of Kara
Chief Judge of the High CourtStǽfon Ǯöð
Major political parties
  Socialist
  Green
  Kireki Advocates'
  National Democrats
  Independent
  Centrist
  Conservative
  Christic
Assembly of Nations - member state • Association of South Ulethan Nations - observer state


Administrative Divisions


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Administrative divisions of Kara
First-levelstate (län)
Second-levelmunicipality (kommun)


Kara consists of 15 federal divisions, known as länär (LE-ner) or states, which have considerable governing power. Each state is further divided into municipalities, known as kommunär (CO-moon-eyr); each municipality administers public works and utilities as well as some local community programs.

State Municipalities
Name (Native Name) Capital Names # in State
Bördäjgrådes Län Fjäistlsted
Bjergdals Län Kärrstad Älfeslätts Kommun

Gaffets Kommun

Jånåjks Kommun

Johansbergs Kommun

Kärrstads Kommun

Kyrillebjörgs Kommun

Nådensteds Kommun

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Gränös Län
Gvajllåds Län Söjlestad Andräjshäms Kommun

Ädrúnaby Kommun

Bladstrams Kommun

Brynderyds Kommun

Frydekärke Kommun

Fvilhävns Kommun

Gåvetorps Kommun

Hjäffeblums Kommun

Jusingå Kommun

Liljeryds Kommun

Måsséts Kommun

Sådabuls Kommun

Söjlestads Kommun

Stänhöge Kommun

Stännicke Kommun

Storkvärns Kommun

Vilhelmstads Kommun

Viskestads Kommun

Zakrisfjälds Kommun

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Hrajvuns Län (ßřǽvuη Skřö́ʒe) Xúlebøg Sořη Gjúxöřp

Sořη Koříneshøm

Sořη Rö́ňex̌

Sořη Rœ́ʒe

Sořη Þówox̌

Sořη Vjǽßtepjon

Sořη Vjö́teřböde

Sořη Xúlebøg

Sořη Ǯǽnejud

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Kåra Stads Län Kåra
Kireks Län

(ᚲᛁᚱᛖᚲᛊ ᛚᛖᚾ)

Otalid (ᛟᛏᚨᛚᛁᛞ) ᚨᚾᛞᛇᚱᛚᛁᛞᛊ ᚲᛟᛗᚢᚾ (Andærlids Komun)

ᛊᚠᛇᚾᛚᛁᛞᛊ ᚲᛟᛗᚢᚾ (Sfænlids Komun)

ᚨᚲᛇᛚᛁᛞᛊ ᚲᛟᛗᚢᚾ (Akælids Komun)

ᛟᛏᚨᛚᛁᛞᛊ ᚲᛟᛗᚢᚾ (Otalids Komun)

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Ljenbäkks Län Nykojpeng Björnaryds Kommun

Märänétjårps Kommun

Nykojpengs Kommun

Tålle Kommun

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Mittedålts Län Strammesdal Ängeskögs Kommun

Dålby Kommun

Krökekjulle Kommun

Strammesdals Kommun

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Murräs Län Väjtspläjt Flödsdålts Kommun

Jytsehjälms Kommun

Nilshage Kommun

Stärríngebjörgs Kommun

Väjtspläjts Kommun

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Rövings Län Hjeplingåde Bjurbo Kommun

Brövensby Kommun

Flugesåms Kommun

Hajdlmälms Kommun

Häningå Kommun

Hjeplingåde Kommun

Johansjyns Kommun

Kållkärke Kommun

Kvajls Kommun

Låkulle Kommun

Lårreby Kommun

Mynnestads Kommun

Niklasbruks Kommun

Ollefjäjls Kommun

Pådelsteds Kommun

Rökkehytte Kommun

Sanktestads Kommun

Värnbäkks Kommun

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Söjdrkösts Län Fyrans
Täbbjets Län Täbbjetsstad
Tillehylles Län

(Tillehylle Rīce)

Tillehylle
Upplandas Län
Vejeks Län

(Vèžèks Stot)

Vèžèkstot Čëllèdebjorkejts Kommun

Kitš-Jʹapfijks Kommun

Mjelmstrums Kommun

Vèžèkstodts Kommun

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Demographics

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Demographics of Kara
DemonymKarska
Official languagesKarska, Thilshullian (Tillehyllun), Reuntha (Řjúnþeř), Vezhek (Vèžèk), Kireka (ᚲᛁᚱᛖᚲᚨ)
Ethnicities
Karska
  
41.7%
Reunthan
  
19.2%
Thilshullian
  
6.0%
Vezhek
  
5.7%
Kireka
  
4.2%
2 or more of the above
  
19.4%
Alvedic
  
0.3%
Boscunian
  
0.1%
Other
  
3.4%