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People's Republic of Akwisia

Folcsrepublic Acwisland (Akwisian)
Laiki Demokrateia tes Akbiseias (Laimiaic)
Flag of Akwisia
Flag
CapitalBrandhaefen
Official languagesAkwisian, Laimiaic
Demonym(s)Akwisian (Acwiser)
GovernmentOligarchic Republic
• Fersittar (President)
Folcwin Icling
• Ricrefe (Prime Minister)
Wulfgifu Cyningtun
LegislatureGurtthing
Protectorate of Tagmatium
Area
• 
13,790 km2 (5,320 sq mi)
Population
• 2019 census
196,497
• Density
14.2/km2 (36.8/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)2021 estimate
• Total
$305 million
• Per capita
$17,836
CurrencyScillinga
Time zoneUTC+6
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideleft
Internet TLD.ak
Preceded by
Aroman Empire

Akwisia, officially the People's Republic of Akwisia (Akwisian: Folcsrepublic Acwisland, Laimiaic: Laiki Demokrateia tes Akbiseias), is an island nation in northern Europa on Eurth. It's surrounded by the Sea of Storms (Thalassa ton Kataigidon) to the north, Ranke Sea in the east, and Strait of $Name in the south. The nearest neighbours are Tagmatium, Haruspex, Tal Shiar and the Hexanesa. The island is approximately 13,790 km2 in size and home to more than 196 thousand people. The capital city, Brandhaefen, is also the country's largest city.

Etymology

History

Akwisia gained its first independence in the 3rd century CE, when the Aroman Empire transitioned to its system of Octarchy. The chaos of the 3rd Century meant that Buranian tribes were able to wrestle the control of the island away from the Aroman Empire as the garrison of the island was withdrawn to the south. This allowed a fierce tribe, known for weilding axes, to take over and secede from the empire.

Geography

Politics

Akwisia is an oligarchic republic. The country is a protectorate of Tagmatium, making it a dependent territory with local authority over its internal affairs. The head of state is Fersittar (President) Folcwin Icling. The head of government is Ricrefe (Prime Minister) Wulfgifu Cyningtun. Laws are passed by the Gurtthing, which serves as the country's legislature.

Economy

Demographics

Culture