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{{Infobox country
 
{{Infobox country
|conventional_long_name = Republic of Tsarkariya
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|conventional_long_name = Ourikan Republic of Tsarkariya
|native_name = Jumhanoni Tsarkariya
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|native_name = Jumhanoni Oyanci Tsarkariya
 
|common_name = Tsarkariya
 
|common_name = Tsarkariya
 
|image_flag =        <!--e.g. Flag of country.svg-->
 
|image_flag =        <!--e.g. Flag of country.svg-->
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|official_languages = {{wpl|Hausa|Tsarkari}}, Yoruba
 
|official_languages = {{wpl|Hausa|Tsarkari}}, Yoruba
 
|national_languages = <!--Country/territory-wide languages recognised but not necessarily in country/territory-wide law, etc-->
 
|national_languages = <!--Country/territory-wide languages recognised but not necessarily in country/territory-wide law, etc-->
|regional_languages = Notreceauen, Aisling, Ugwu, Asundiro
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|regional_languages = {{wpl|Koine Greek|Namean}}
 
|ethnic_groups =      <!--List/breakdown of ethnic groups within the country/territory-->
 
|ethnic_groups =      <!--List/breakdown of ethnic groups within the country/territory-->
 
|ethnic_groups_year = <!--Year of ethnic groups data (if provided) or use to place a <ref>-->
 
|ethnic_groups_year = <!--Year of ethnic groups data (if provided) or use to place a <ref>-->
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|established_date1 =  <!--Date of first key event-->
 
|established_date1 =  <!--Date of first key event-->
 
|area =              <!--Major area size (in [[Template:convert]] either km2 or sqmi first)-->
 
|area =              <!--Major area size (in [[Template:convert]] either km2 or sqmi first)-->
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|population_estimate = 150,000,000
 
|population_estimate = 150,000,000
 
|population_estimate_year = 2019
 
|population_estimate_year = 2019
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|GDP_nominal = 4,125 billion
 
|GDP_nominal = 4,125 billion
 
|GDP_nominal_year = 2019
 
|GDP_nominal_year = 2019
|GDP_nominal_per_capita = 27,500
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|GDP_nominal_per_capita = 34,500
|Gini                       = 40.7
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|Gini           = 48.7
|Gini_rank                   =
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|Gini_rank       =
|Gini_year                   = 2017
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|Gini_year       = 2017
|HDI = 0.72
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|HDI             = 0.72
|HDI_year = 2015
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|HDI_year       = 2015
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|currency = Kudye
 
|currency = Kudye
 
|currency_code = KUD  
 
|currency_code = KUD  
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===Climate===
 
===Climate===
  
Temperatures in Tsarkariya can reach over 38ºC (100ºF) and rarely sink below 18ºC (65ºF). The yearly average is approximately 26.5ºC (80ºF). Humidity is high year-round - especially in the west - and there is no dry season in most of the country as rainfall averages at least 4 inches every month, often more. Tsarkariya is almost uniformly tropical, and experiences no difference between summer and winter except in the south; it is hot and wet throughout the year, with heavy rains at least two days out of the week in most of the central regions of the country. The change in temperature between day and night is decidedly larger than the average change in temperature between "summer" and "winter" months in the majority of the country.
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Temperatures in Tsarkariya can reach over 38ºC (100ºF) and rarely sink below 18ºC (65ºF). The yearly average is approximately 26.5ºC (80ºF). Humidity is high year-round and there is no dry season in most of the country as rainfall averages at least 4 inches every month in the driest regions. Tsarkariya is almost uniformly tropical; it is hot and wet throughout the year, with heavy rains at least two days out of the week in most of the central regions of the country. The change in temperature between day and night is decidedly larger than the average change in temperature between summer and winter months in the majority of the country.
  
 
Much of the rainforest experiences over 750 cm (295 in.) of rainfall a year, a product of heavy precipitation on a nearly daily basis. The eastern and southern savannahs, however, are naturally drier and do have relative dry seasons which average less than 5 cm (2 in.) of rainfall in each of the summer months.
 
Much of the rainforest experiences over 750 cm (295 in.) of rainfall a year, a product of heavy precipitation on a nearly daily basis. The eastern and southern savannahs, however, are naturally drier and do have relative dry seasons which average less than 5 cm (2 in.) of rainfall in each of the summer months.
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Law enforcement in the Corporate Republic is primarily the responsibility of the NATIONAL_POLICE, which is also tasked with keeping the peace between the corporations since 18XX. Other national-level agencies such as the FBI_ANALOG have specialized duties and operate in conjunction with the NATIONAL_POLICE, though are outside of the traditional military structure.  
 
Law enforcement in the Corporate Republic is primarily the responsibility of the NATIONAL_POLICE, which is also tasked with keeping the peace between the corporations since 18XX. Other national-level agencies such as the FBI_ANALOG have specialized duties and operate in conjunction with the NATIONAL_POLICE, though are outside of the traditional military structure.  
  
Criminal punishment is centered around rehabilitation, with incarceration available in cases determined to be outside of the realm of mental illness or minor offense. Incarceration rates are extremely low due to the social policies of the country, with fewer than one prisoner per 100,000 persons. Rehabilitation rates bring the total number of held criminals to 59 per 100,000 persons. Rehabilitation centers focus on intensive skill training for jobs, which has been criticized as being primarily a way to extract free labor from those facing rehabilitation.
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Criminal punishment is centered around rehabilitation, with incarceration available in cases determined to be outside of the realm of mental illness or minor offense. Incarceration rates are low due to the social policies of the country, with fewer than one prisoner per 100,000 persons. Rehabilitation rates bring the total number of held criminals to 59 per 100,000 persons. Rehabilitation centers focus on intensive skill training for jobs, which has been criticized as being primarily a way to extract free labor from those facing rehabilitation.
 
 
Capital punishment is illegal nationwide, though tribal peoples are exempted and may practice this as they wish.
 
  
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Capital punishment is illegal nationwide, though tribal peoples are exempted and may practice this as they wish. Various sources estimate that tribal Tsarkari execute between 30 and 50 criminals within their lands each year
  
 
===Military===
 
===Military===
 
{{main|Military of Tsarkariya}}
 
{{main|Military of Tsarkariya}}
  
The national military is comprised primarily of the XXX, which acts mostly in a domestic policing role, and the XXX, which are the private military firms run by Tsarkariya's constituent corporations. Though ostensibly independent from the XXX, any large operations abroad must either be run directly by STATE_DEFENSE, or approved by the [[Tsarkari Board]] to be run without their direct oversight.
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The national military is comprised primarily of the XXX, which acts mostly in a domestic policing role, and the XXX, which are the private military firms run by Tsarkariya's constituent corporations. Though ostensibly independent from the XXX, any large operations abroad must either be run directly by STATE_DEFENSE, or approved by the [[Tsarkari Board]] to be run without their direct oversight. The latter most often occurs when the corporate force is hired as a security firm by foreign nations or businesses.
  
 
===Foreign Relations===
 
===Foreign Relations===
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Latest revision as of 23:39, 11 December 2019

Ourikan Republic of Tsarkariya

Jumhanoni Oyanci Tsarkariya
CapitalCibiyaki
Largest cityTsayigarin
Official languagesTsarkari, Yoruba
Recognised regional languagesNamean
Demonym(s)Tsarkari
GovernmentCorporate Oligarchy
• Executor
Alheri Layeni
• Senior Director
Oni Adesina
LegislatureTsarkari Board
Population
• 2019 estimate
150,000,000
• 2018 census
149,729,000
GDP (nominal)2019 estimate
• Total
4,125 billion
• Per capita
34,500
Gini (2017)48.7
high
HDI (2015)0.72
high
CurrencyKudye (KUD)
Driving sideright
Internet TLD.tk

History

Geography

Climate

Temperatures in Tsarkariya can reach over 38ºC (100ºF) and rarely sink below 18ºC (65ºF). The yearly average is approximately 26.5ºC (80ºF). Humidity is high year-round and there is no dry season in most of the country as rainfall averages at least 4 inches every month in the driest regions. Tsarkariya is almost uniformly tropical; it is hot and wet throughout the year, with heavy rains at least two days out of the week in most of the central regions of the country. The change in temperature between day and night is decidedly larger than the average change in temperature between summer and winter months in the majority of the country.

Much of the rainforest experiences over 750 cm (295 in.) of rainfall a year, a product of heavy precipitation on a nearly daily basis. The eastern and southern savannahs, however, are naturally drier and do have relative dry seasons which average less than 5 cm (2 in.) of rainfall in each of the summer months.

Environment

Politics and Government

Crime and Law Enforcement

Law enforcement in the Corporate Republic is primarily the responsibility of the NATIONAL_POLICE, which is also tasked with keeping the peace between the corporations since 18XX. Other national-level agencies such as the FBI_ANALOG have specialized duties and operate in conjunction with the NATIONAL_POLICE, though are outside of the traditional military structure.

Criminal punishment is centered around rehabilitation, with incarceration available in cases determined to be outside of the realm of mental illness or minor offense. Incarceration rates are low due to the social policies of the country, with fewer than one prisoner per 100,000 persons. Rehabilitation rates bring the total number of held criminals to 59 per 100,000 persons. Rehabilitation centers focus on intensive skill training for jobs, which has been criticized as being primarily a way to extract free labor from those facing rehabilitation.

Capital punishment is illegal nationwide, though tribal peoples are exempted and may practice this as they wish. Various sources estimate that tribal Tsarkari execute between 30 and 50 criminals within their lands each year

Military

The national military is comprised primarily of the XXX, which acts mostly in a domestic policing role, and the XXX, which are the private military firms run by Tsarkariya's constituent corporations. Though ostensibly independent from the XXX, any large operations abroad must either be run directly by STATE_DEFENSE, or approved by the Tsarkari Board to be run without their direct oversight. The latter most often occurs when the corporate force is hired as a security firm by foreign nations or businesses.

Foreign Relations

Economy

Energy

Electricity generated in Tsarkariya is 60% solar and wind, 39% hydroelectric and tidal, and 1% nuclear, resulting in a near-completely CO2-free electricity-generating network. Remaining CO2-producing electricity production belongs solely to the use of gas-powered generators, particularly amongst tribal peoples. In 2015, one anti-nuclear initiative was turned out, but another less drastic initiative was passed in 2016, limiting the expansion of nuclear plants and aiming for a reduction in nuclear power within ten years. The initiative was tempered by forbidding the construction of CO2-producing plants in any effort to prevent nuclear expansion, which has had the side effect of limiting any development of geothermal production.

Many energy firms have been pursuing the further expansion of offshore wind parks and tidal harnesses to replace land-based windmills and nuclear plants. There was also been a continuous drive to develop more advanced solar and wind technologies for mass deployment in urban centers, particularly to replace windows and rooftops.

Though fossil fuels have been almost entirely eliminated for the purposes of electrical generation, they do continue to be used in limited capacities, notably for military vehicles. Most forms of transportation, however, are either hybrid or full electric.

Industry

Infrastructure

Transport

The Tsarkari public transportation system is well-used and based primarily around light rail and fast rail. The fast rail network carries over XXX million passengers annually, and the light rail network is said to carry over XX million. Though congestion is common on the few, small routes which pass through the XXX rainforest, all sides of the country are very well-connected. The rail systems make use of the "smart rail" technologies pioneered by XXX and XXX to maintain total surveillance of all tracks and trains for improved security and maintainability.

The road network is funded primarily by road tolls and vehicle taxes, and is a regular recipient of donations by the great houses. The high-speed autoroute system requires the purchase of a permit for one calendar year in order to use its roadways, for both passenger cars and trucks. The Tsayigarin international airport is Tsarkariya's largest international flight gateway and handled XXX million passengers in 2011. The other major international airports are XXX (XXX million passengers), XXX (XXX million passengers), XXX, XXX, XXX, and XXX. Most cities are served by dozens of airports besides their main gateways.

Demographics

Education

School is mandatory from ages 5 to 15, where children are considered to be legal adults. University is also mandatory, though not for those serving instead in the armed forces; in theory, this means that everyone either attend university or opts out by joining the military. This is mostly true, though research on the subject has shown that many of the poor manage to get by without accomplishing either one due to their general invisibility to parts of the bureaucracy. This is especially true for the white and tribal minorities, though tribal peoples have an unofficial exception due to their voluntary-at-best style of handling of their Tsarkari citizenship.

The Tsarkari education system has been heavily criticized for its stress-inducing speed and comprehensiveness and has been cited as a primary reason for smaller than average programs for post-graduate degrees and a shortage of doctoral graduates.

Religion

Culture

Music and Art

Cuisine

Sports