Common Congress of Oxidentale

Common Congress of Oxidentale

Location of Common Congress
Official languages
Demonym(s)Oxidentales
TypeRegional organization
Members
Establishment
18 November 1925
Area
β€’ Total area
5,317,232 km2 (2,052,995 sq mi)
Population
β€’ 2016 estimate
252,000,000
β€’ Density
47.39/km2 (122.7/sq mi)
Currency
Website
www.commoncongress.int.ox

The Common Congress (Other languages go here), formally the Common Congress of Oxidentale, is a regional organization of states in and around Oxidentale. It was formed between Deseret and Sante Reze in November of 1925 following the devastating Condozi War. Other member states joined over time, shifting the focus of the organization from maintaining the cold peace between Deseret and Sante Reze to opening diplomatic channels and establishing treaties between the nations of Oxidentale. The Congress currently has 5 member states and X observers, with the most recent being XXXX who joined in YYYY.

Role and mandate

History

Condozi War

Membership

Currently, the Common Congress consists of 4 nations:

Observers

In addition to its regular membership, other non-regional nation-states with extensive ties to Oxidentale or specific nation(s) within its sphere have been permitted to join in an observatory status.

  • Yisrael Yisrael: A West Scipian power, Yisrael has strong political, economic, and other ties to both Sante Rezes and Deseret, serving as an informal mediator in some capacity for several decades for their cold peace.

See also