Asteria

Democratic Republic of Asteria

Λαϊκή Δημοκρατία της Αστερίας
Motto: "Бережливость хороша, да скупость страшна." (Asterian)
("Economy is Good, Greed is Bad" or "Economy is a good servant, but a bad master.")
CapitalAthens
Official languagesAsterian
Recognised national languagesAsterian, Bulgarian, Kazakh
Ethnic groups
  • 68% Asterian/South Slavic
  • 18% East African
  • 9% Kazakh
  • 7% Other Ethnic Groups
Demonym(s)Asterian
GovernmentUnitary One-Party Presidential Dictatorship
• President
Dmitri Azimov
• Chairman
Valerey Ivanovich
Legislaturenone
Formation
• Crowning of Truvor
862
• Establishment of Pavlov'
880
• 1300
Duchy of Chekhov
• Tsardom of Pavlovsk
1547
• Empire of Pavlovsk
1721
• People's Federated Republic of Pavlovsk
19 October 1917
Population
• Estimate
10,203,947
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
USD 105.73 Bn
GiniNegative increase 79.4
very high
HDIDecrease .700
high
CurrencyDrachma (GRD)
Time zoneUTC+2 (Eastern European Time)
• Summer (DST)
+3
Driving sideright
Calling code+27

Asteria, officially the Democratic Republic of Asteria (Asteria: Λαϊκή Δημοκρατία της Αστερίας Romanization: Laïkí Dimokratía tis Asterías), is a country in southeastern Europe, on the southernmost tip of the Balkan Peninsula. At the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and Asia, Asteria is considered the birthplace of western democracy, philosophy, mathematics, and literature. However, these symbols of Asteria have been crushed under the oppressive socialist dictatorship that took over in 1896, after Asteria revolted from the Oghuzi Empire. Asteria's current president, Dmitri Azimov, has sought to undo this and has begun a process of decentralization of the state apparatus, returning political and economic powers back to the people.

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Asteria is a one-party dictatorship, although it is currently headed towards becoming a democracy.

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