Tierajas-Verdes

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People's Republic of Tierajas-Verdes
125px
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Motto:
"Samrddhi ke lie, Logon ke lie"
For prosperity, For the people
CapitalPunto de Christopher
Largest cityParirakbe
Official languagesCastellanese, Pavparvati
 • National languagesIngerish
Ethnic Groups
(2015)
Verdese, Parpavati, Castellanese, Ingerish, Other
DemonymVerdese
GovernmentFederal parliamentary constitutional republic
 • President
 • Prime Minster
 • Speaker of Parliament
 • Chief Justice
LegislatureParliament
ʥ Upper houseConsejo de la Sabiduría
 • Lower houseCastillo de los Comunes
Area
 • Total28,265 km2
10,913 sq mi
Population
 • Estimate (2016)12,346,000
GDP (PPP)
 • Total$669.193 billion
 • Per capita$57,958
HDI (2016)Increase 0.662
medium
TimezoneWUT +4
CurrencyVerdes Kaatan ((VKT;ūĚúĎ))
Internet TLD.tvd

Tierajas-Verdes officially the People's Republic of Tierajas-Verdes, is a sovereign country in the north of the Liberan Peninsula. The country is bordered to the north by the Dartannia, to the south by Republic of Baldoria and to the west by Maalfland. The official languages of Tierajas-Verdes are shared between Castellanese and Pavparvati, with Pavparvati spoken mainly in the north. The country is split by it's largest river the Changori River, which enters from the west from Maalfland and ends in a large delta to the east.

Etymology

The name Tierajas-Verdes was adopted in 1531 by Castell√°n settlers on the Changori River gained off of local Pavparvati tribes. Originally entitled Norte Baldoria (Ingerish:North Baldoria), after it's geographical location, the country was renamed to Tierajas-Verdes due to the new sight upon the mountains beyond the Changori River, with the name translating roughly to "Great Green Mountains"

The native people of Tierajas-Verdese, the Pavparvati, and the land they originate from are entitled the same "Pavparvati", due to the name originating from the culture they are from, the Pavparvati culture. They adopted the name unanimously after combining a majority of tribes of different cultures and names into a nationalist movement.

History

Bronze Age

The earliest signs of life in Tierajas-Verdes were found in archaeological sites near Aashrarg in the valley between the Cathar Mountains, containing bronze-age tools. Further bronze-age tools have been found along the foothills of the Cathar Mountains towards current Fuente Olmedo. It is thought these tools are from various tribes before the Pavparvati gained dominance in the region.

File:Kailos Poramatira Mandira.jpg
The temple of Kailos Poramatira Mandira, a major Sihk temple in Dhakaueee.

Rise of Pradipi

In the 11th century, Pradipi was founded from original guru; Gurura Prahbhakara, who began to write down the Gururaranna Pyaseja, the scriptures of Pradipi. From that point, Sikhism grew in size rapidly especially during the time of Gurura Pradipa Jaina after the Crossing at Rajara Bajara which popularized the religion in Pavparvati. The Gurura title finished in the 15th century after the colonization by Castell√°n and the completion of the holy scriptures, the Gurura Sampanna Pyaseja (the Gururas' Complete Passages) which was handed the mantle of teaching Pridipi.

Castell√°n Colonization

In 1408, Castell√°n colonists arrived in the southern Pavparvati tribal lands setting up settlements down the coast. 1451 saw the amalgamation of these settlements with help by neighboring Castell√°n colonies in Baldoria to become Norte Baldoria.

North Baldorian Lawmakers in 1527 announced a bold claim for historical Pavparvati tribal lands in the north along the Changori River. War ensues out of this as threats of a "persuasive purchase" of the lands was made. After 4 years of war, the Pavparvati surrendered to the technologically advanced Castell√°ns, surrendering the land along the Changori River and moved further north into the delta of the Changori where conditions for living was harder due to frequent flooding and storms. The etymology of the name Tierajas-Verdes was formed after this war.

Tierajas-Verdes was one of the last colonies of Castell√°n to gain independence, in 1888. Tierajas-Verdes was formed officially when the Pavparvati accepted a treaty to form one unified nation.

Post-Independence and Emerging Industries

From it's peaceful independence in 1888 from Castell√°n. Tierajas-Verdes has kept relatively close cultural and technological ties to Castell√°n, which fed into the industrialization of Tierajas-Verdes at the turn of the 20th century. The rise of steam-power and industrialization in Castell√°n directly correlates to the growth of industry and technology in Tierajas-Verdes as ex-patriots setting up industry in Tierajas-Verdes used the newest of technologies. This led to the formation of multiple railway companies, the rapid expansion of textile mills, and a larger industry in metal and wood, setting up the composition of industry in Tierajas-Verdes since the 1900s.

Grand Verdese War

From the 1970s, Tierajas-Verdes was a tense nation, with growing Pavparvati nationalist movements appearing politically and culturally. They called for reparations from the Colonial Era under Castellán, further political representation, and political and economical autonomy. This continued on until 1983 when newly elected President of Tierajas-Verdes; Rameshwar Vives, was over-thrown in a military coup d'état and replace with General Nirav Kulkarni with intention to repress the nationalist movement in Pavparvati. This coup d'état started what would go on to be called the Grand Verdese War.

During the Grand Verdese War, spanning 1983 to 1998, warring factions vied for control of Tierajas-Verdes. The fight was between the Official National Government, controlled by Nirav Kilkarno; Pavparvati Nationalists; the Cooperative Verdese Government who were the former controlling Parliament before the junta who had the support of foreign parties in the conflict; Anti-fascists; and communists.

1995 saw a cooling for the war as a peace process between the Official National Government, Pavparvati Nationalists and the Cooperative Verdese Government, hosted by the Union of the Liberan Peninsula, led to a Provisional Government of Tierajas-Verdes.

The Provisional Government contained legitimate political parties representing Kulkarni, Pavparvati Nationalist parties, and the older parties of the Cooperative Verdese Government, overseen by the Union of the Liberian Peninsula. The first national elections since the war occurred in 1998, again accompanied by oversight by the Union of the Liberian Peninsula, saw representation for the Pavparvati National Party for the first time, while political parties from before the Grand Verdese War saw representation too.

El Segundo Milenio

1999 saw a swing in position on Pavparvati nationalism, as the Millenium and Reconstruction Bill, introduced by the new government and supported by a large majority of parties passed to start rebuilding major Pavparvati cities and infrastructure that was destroyed in the Grand Verdese War including Parirakbe and Chaangee Said.

After the support from the Union of the Liberian Peninsula in the Grand Verdese War, and over-seeing the Provisional Government and 1998 elections. Tierajas-Verdese was successfully voted in as a member of the Union of the Liberian Peninsula in 2001.

In 2004, the Verdese Parliament allowed a referendum on devolution for the Pavparvati, voted on by the population of Pavparvati. This would include a new Parliament for Pavparvati in Parirakbe, a First Minister for Pavparvati and maintaining representation in Verdese Parliament.

Geography

Tierajas-Verdes is comprised of over 28,000km2 (10,000 sq mi) and is found on the north-east of the Liberan Peninsula nestled between the Sea of Mojaca and the Cathar Mountains. It's geographic location is the most southerly continental nation to be connected to the Sea of Mojaca, with only Onnutu further south geographically. The south-eastern coast of Tierajas-Verdes faces the Asperic Ocean.

The geography of Tierajas-Verdes is heavily influenced by the rivers and tide-dominated deltas that spans the north of the country. The two main rivers that flow through Tierajas-Verdes are the multi-national Shukri and Changori rivers that enter through the western boarder region between valleys of the Cathar Mountains. The Changori river then divulges into the Jalangi river, running through the center of the country whilst the Changori connects with the Shukri to the north.

The deltas of the Changori and Jalangi rivers are found outside of Parirakbe. The Changori Delta and Jalangi Deltas differ in mineral content, with the Changori Delta consisting of a majority Laterite sediment, whist the Jalangi Delta sees a majority of Alluvium sediment.

Due to the content of the river sediments, a large section of both rivers are of furtile nature, with large amounts of minerals and nutrients from the Cathar Mountains. Most of the furtile lands are of a flat elevation. The west and south-west of the country sees the foothills of the Cathar Mountains and a small segment of the actual range. The range's highest peak is found on the border between Tierajas-Verdes and Maalfland called Mount Ujiingsu at 3910 meters in height. The majority of forests you will find in Tierajas-Verdes can be found along the northern coast by the deltas, and towards the Cathar Mountains.

Politics

Foreign relations

See also Foreign relations of Tierajas-Verdes

Tierajas-Verdes is currently a growing middle-power nation with an upward trend in industrialization, politics and economy which effects the foreign relations of the nation. Being a middle-power nation, Tierajas-Verdes has enough strength and authority to stand on their own without need of aid or help, but is neither a great or super power in the world stage be it through decline or through growing improvements. Since the end of the Grand Verdese War in 1998, Tierajas-Verdes has been replacing the isolationist positions of General Nirav Kulkarni by focusing their influence and diplomacy on multilateral organizations over bilateral organizations, in a game of metaphorical catch-up to pre-war politics and beyond. From 1998 and the millennia, Tierajas-Verdes has joined the Union of the Liberan Peninsula which helped to end the Grand Verdese War, the Southern Uletha Economic Cooperation Council, and the Commonwealth of Castilophone Countries to name the most influential.

The most influential and important relations that Tierajas-Verdes have has been with those from nations of the Liberan Peninsula, specifically Baldoria and Balam-Utz, with Onnutu and with the nations of Litvania and Drabantia sharing the rise in industrialization between them with major trade deals.

Tierajas-Verdes is also holds major importance to Sihkism, being the nation that founded Jaina-Sihkism, as well as holding the holy-scripture the Guru Sampanna Pyaseja, and many major Gurdwaras to the faith. However, Tierajas-Verdes is one of the only nations in the world in which Sihkism is the primary religion.

Embassies

BaldoriaFlag.png Baldoria
Balam utz flag.png Balam-Utz
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2band brasonia.jpg Brasonia
Flag itc1.png Cariocas
Flag of Castellan.png Castell√°n
Costa-green7.png Costa de Oro
Drabantia flag.png Drabantia
GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya
Dartannia flag.png Dartannia
Libória
Litauen Reich
Litvenska Flaga.jpg Litvania
Lost country.png Maalfland
Lost country.png Mariana
Midistland national flag.png Midistland
Mercian flag.png Myrcia
Flag-of-Delta.PNG Neo Delta
OnnutuFlag.png Onnutu
(UL211)
BanderaPoheniciaV2.png Pohenicia


Representatives


Military

Traditionally, Tierajas-Verdes has been non-aligned in all local and global conflicts in it's history, only collaborating with Castell√°n in the Thirty Years' War in Balum-Utz. Only a small amount of troops were dedicated to joining the Castell√°n troops.

Tierajas-Verdes is a member of the Union of the Liberan Peninsula formed to create unity and peace in the Liberan Peninsula. The Union of the Liberan Peninsula (ULP) was formed out of the Olaconia Crisis between Balum-Utz, Olaconia, and Riko. Concurrently with the Olaconia Crisis, Tierajas-Verdes was experiencing the Grand Verdese War. After the founding of the ULP, the union hosted peace-talks between Verdese and Pavparvati sides, being the first intervention by the ULP after it's founding.

As part of multilateral relations with the Assembly of Nations and Union of the Liberan Peninsula; Tierajas-Verdes collaborats with operations of peacekeeping nature with the Assembly of Nationa and assured cooperation for protection of trade routes and stability of the Liberan Peninsula for the ULP which has a collective defense system in place.

The armed forces of Tierajas Verdes contain an estimated strength of 300k to 400k members. The structure of command for the country is headed by the Jefe de la Fuerza de Defense (in:Chief of the Defence Forces) as Comandante Supremo (in:Supreme Commander). The Armed Forces itself is managed by the Ministro de Defensa in which the minister directly answers to the Jefe de la Fuerza de Defense.

The armed forces is split into land, sea, and air forces, as well as two paramilitary forces. The forces of Tierajas-Verdes are the Ejército Verdese, the Fuerzas Navales Verdése (FNV), and the Batallón de Aire Verdése (BAV).

The two paramilitary forces are the Alcoira Fusilera, the original paramilitary of Castell√°n colony; Norte Baldoria, and is led by the Ministerio del Interior (in:Ministry of the Interior) and is used for counter-insurgency, border security, aid and medical needs, communication and education; and the Agencia Contra la Insurgencia de Pavparvati (ACIP), formed out of former Pavparvati Rebel forces after the Grand Verdese War and some groups of the Alcoira Fusilera, and are only present in Pavparvati for general peace-keeping, counter-insurgency, border security, aid and medical needs, and education. They answer to the Ministerio de Asuntos de Pavparvati (in:Ministry of Pavparvati Affairs).

Due to the unique nature of the military situation in Tierajas-Verdes post-war, since the resolution of the Grand Verdese War, most MPs and MPPs that have served in both Cabinets have been former military officials. As of the 2014 General and Presidential Elections, around a half of ministers in the current Verdese Cabinet are former military officials.

Administrative subdivisions

All population figures are 2016 statistic estimates.
Region State Population Settlements Population Mapped
National Dhiith 300,000
Jhoivu 200,000 Fuente Olmedo 80,000
Mundae 1,600,000 Orociudad 500,000
Pozanco 200,000
San Marisa 600,000
Villareal 100,000
Punto de Christopher TCN 1,900,000 Cifedhia
Edipa'oku
Mutibausai
Playa de Kutujem
Punto de Christopher 1,100,000
Tresa Arroyesa
Villaflor 200,000
Tau 800,00 Manjhanpur
Nariacha 400,000
Solosancho 100,000
Pavparvati Bhusu 200,000
Dhakaueee ~1,300,000 Aashrarg 600,000
Dal Bhogi 200,000
Kulabea 400,000
Goldils-Changhi ~1,900,000 Chaangee Said 900,000
Goldils 900,000
Jaeme ~1,000,000 Diyuli 100,000
La Horra 300,000
Panorama 600,000
Jhikhi 1,200,000 Castellaint 700,000
Chakhat 200,000
Magara 300,000
Kufi 100,00
Parirakbe TRC 1,800,000 Bhunda
Khilgoon
Naijula
Parirakbe
Sprim
Takano
Ukudbhi


States

Tierajas-Verdes is divided into 12 states. There are three categorizations for states in Tierajas-Verdes recognized by the government in terms of sub-divisions of the country. The first are National States, which are administrated by the national government of Tierajas-Verdes in Punto de Christopher in matters concerning domestic issues.

The second are Pavparvati States which are subdivisions of the devolved region of Pavparvati found in the north of Tierajas-Verdes. Pavparvati States are administrated by the devolved government of Pavparvati in Parirakbe in matters concerning domestic issues.

Finally, there are Metropolitan States, which are on the same level at Pavparvati States and National States, and are administrated by the national government of Tierajas-Verdes, but are allowed certain levels of devolution in matters converning issues in the metropolitan area.

State Classification Capital Largest city Area (km2) Population est. (2016)
(In millions)
Bhusu Pavparvati 636.27 ~0.2
Dhakaueee Pavparvati Aashrarg 2879.61 ~1.3
Dhiith National 2199.29 ~0.3
Goldils-Changhi Pavparvati Chaangee Said 129.51 ~1.9
Jaeme Pavparvati Panorama 2071.68 ~1.0
Jhikhi Pavparvati Magara Castellaint 1455.67 ~1.2
Jhoivu National 1912.86 ~0.2
Kufi Pavparvati 69.71 ~0.1
Mundae National San Marisa 3243.83 ~1.6
Parirakbe TRC Metropolitan Parirakbe 116.05 ~1.8
Punto de Christopher TCN Metropolitan Punto de Christopher 238.17 ~1.9
Tau National Nariacha 1918.65 ~0.8

Economy

Tierajas-Verdes is a developing, mixed economy which has been advancing exponentially since the early 2000s post Grand Verdese War. Post-war, the private sector has been put through major promotion by successive governments, alongside maintaining upkeep on public owned industries and services. Major industries and services historically in Tierajas-Verdes has included raw textiles and garments, agriculture, construction, and steel, the latter two more recently with the rebuild of many towns and villages. The country has historically been more protectionist in it's industries, however after the Grand Verdese War and the increase of multilateral relations, export-oriented industrialization has increased alongside, with a predominant segment of exports being from the raw textiles and garments trade.

Primary

Tierajas-Verdes has a large abundance of fertile land due to the flowing rivers of the Changori, Shukri and Jalangi. Due to this, one of the largest industries in Tierajas-Verdes is agriculture, including legumes and rice, whilst fishing and crustations also contribute largely to food produce in the country.

The largest export industry in Tierajas-Verdes is the textiles industry, with exports of raw materials, garments, shoes, etc. holding the largest percentage of exports globally from Tierajas-Verdes.

Since the Grand Verdese War, construction and steel industries including the manufacture and sale of construction equipment, has increased to become a prime industry. Tierajas-Verdes is one of the largest exporters of steel and construction equipment to the southern Ulethan area.

Secondary

Contrasting the exports of textiles globally, at home, the textile and garments industry is not as strong, with less people working in the industry, and holding contention politically due to the unbalance of pay between exporting factories, and factories that service the domestic markets.

Stone and wood in Tierajas-Verdes is considered a secondary economy, with more production being found in the northern Pavparvati region, and rarely being exported.

Tertiary

Tierajas-Verdes has a large and competitive banking system between multiple banks, both public and privately owned, and building societies. The market of telecoms and electronics is considered one of the fastest growing electronics markets in the world, with mobile-phone and broadband operators increasing in side. Tourism in the country is small, even pre-Grand Verdese War, but has been on a mild rise in recent years as the country becomes more open to the world, with emphasis on religious and historic tourism over resorts and entertainment.

Exports from Tierajas-Verdes

Industry Sub-divisions Percentage
Textiles Raw material, suits, coats, shirts, garments, other 59%
Agriculture Legumes, crustations, bovines, tanned hides, rice, tabacco 19%
Construction Materials Steel, brick, concrete, equipment 8%
Stone Porcelain, glass, ceramics 4%
Wood Non-coniferous logs, exotic logs, particle wood boards, furniture 4%
Transportation Bicycles, passenger/cargo ships, cargo containers, aircraft parts 3%
Machines Batteries, broadcasting, telecommunication, printing machinery, construction vehicles 1%
Precious Metals Precious stones, jewelry, imitation jewelry, 1%