Costa Madora

Republic of Costa Madora and Bellefait Isles

Republika Kosta Madora
Coat of arms of Costa Madora
Coat of arms
Motto: Beacon de Occidentem
Capital
and largest city
Vitorife
Official languagesMadorian
Recognised national languagesEsta Ostadian
Demonym(s)Costa Madorian, Madorian
GovernmentSemi-presidential unitary republic
• President
Elisabeth Strandberg
Eduardo López
Kristoffer Kvist
LegislatureParliament
Senate
House of Representatives
Independence from Barborico
• Declared
June 8, 1318
Population
• 2020 census
48,209,327
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
$3 trillion
• Per capita
$62,228
Gini (2018)26.5
low
HDI (2015)0.797
high
Time zoneFerlanic Standard Time (FST)
Driving sideright
Calling code+175
Internet TLD.md

Costa Madora (Madorian: Republika de Kosta Madora), formally Republic of Costa Madora, is an island country in ???, located in the west ???. It is bordered on the north by Geuvaria, and extends from the Sea of Geuvaria in the north toward the Bellefait Isles. Costa Madora spans an archipelago of 37 islands covering ??? square kilometers (??? sq mi). Vitorife is Costa Madora's capital and largest city; other major cities include Lincamento, Leonstadt, San Monica and Valencia.

Costa Madora was inhabited in the 12th century, emerging into history as the Alosakian Confederation. Following this period, the rapidly growing Barborican Empire colonized southeast Costa Madora. During the Barborican-Alosakian War, Barborico annexed the Alosakian Confederation.

In 1318, King George I established the Kingdom of Costa Madora. From 18th to 19th century, it experienced growth under Catherine I as the Madorian Empire, which was overthrown during the November Revolution. This led to the short-lived Republic of Costa Madora.

Under Catherine II, the Kingdom of Costa Madora was restored, later replaced by the current Republic of Costa Madora. Since then, Costa Madora has maintained the policy of neutrality, albeit participating in the Esta Maustanian wars against crime.

Costa Madora is a great power and a member of numerous international organizations, including the Krosarian Union, the NFTO, and the Belaire Agreement. It maintains one of the world's strongest militaries. A global leader in the automotive and ??? industries, Costa Madora has made significant contributions to science and technology. Ranked "high" on the Human Development Index, Costa Madora has the ???-highest life expectancy.

Etymology

History

Prehistory

Colonial era

Kingdom of Costa Madora

Madorian Empire

Republic of Costa Madora

Madorian Civil War

Second Kingdom of Costa Madora

Contemporary era, 1916-Present

Geography

Climate

Environment

Politics and government

Government

Main article: Government of Costa Madora

Costa Madora is an unitary semi-presidential republic, with a president as the head of state. The president appoints the cabinet according to the proposals of the Vice President, typically from the majority coalition in the Parliament. The president is elected by popular vote every four years. The current president is Elisabeth Strandberg and the Vice President is Eduardo López.

Madorian voters elect a bicameral parliament consisting of a 145-member Senate and ??-member House of Representatives. The House of Representatives is elected under proportional representation, while the Senate is elected under ??? method.

When sitting in a joint session, members of the Senate and House of Representatives form the National Assembly. The National Assembly is gathered on special occasions, such as when a new president takes the oath of office or is impeached.

Administrative divisions

Main article: Administrative divisions of Costa Madora

Costa Madora is divided into 12 regions, ?? counties and ?? municipalities. Every county corresponds to a county council with municipalities. Most institutions are administered by county councils. Other services are administered by the municipalities.

Military

Foreign relations

Costa Madora maintains a neutral foreign policy. The country is an active member of the Krosarian Union and NFTO. The National Office of Civil Investigation is based in Costa Madora. It is also a member of the Belaire Agreement and North Ferlanic Banks.

Economy

Industry

Infrastructure

Energy

Transport

Demographics

Education

Religion

Culture

Music and art

Cuisine

Sports