Republic of Dakata

Koom pheej uas Hab'Lux'xeev
Flag of Dakata
Motto: Dawb thiab Vam Meej
Free and Prosperous
Official languagesDakatan
Recognised national languagesGaullician
Recognised regional languagesHimavantan
Ethnic groups
Governmentunitary parliamentary republic
• President
Suab Kong
• Premier
Npaub Vu
LegislaturePeople's Assembly
• 2018 estimate
• 2014 census
GDP (nominal)2019 estimate
• Total
$90,472 million
• Per capita
Date formatdd-mm-yy
Driving sideright
Calling code+384
Internet TLD.da

Dakata (Dakatan: Hab'Lux'xeev; literally "valley state"), officially the Republic of Dakata is a nation in Coius, mostly focused in the Shalegho Mountains. It is landlocked, and borders Xiadong tp the south and Ajahadya to the north, with Baekjeong to the west and Phula to the east. As a result of being focused in the Shalegho Mountains, most of the country is covered in mountains and only ~40% of the population reside in urban areas.

Home to ~57,049,224 citizens per estimates, spanning x amount of km^2, it is one of the poorest countries in Kylaris due to it’s measly GDP per capita of just $ 1741.27, largely owing to it’s GDP of $ 90,472 million, with Dakata suffering from corruption, mismanagement and lack of education past primary school. K is the largest city & capital of the country, located in the Valley of G.

According to historic records and evidence, it is believed that the first arrivals in the territory of Dakata occurred at around 55,000 BC with the first permament settlements forming in the Valley of G at 5,000 BC. The first historic records mentioning a polity in the area are during the Mythic Period in Ajadhayan ancient texts at around or before 5,000 BC, mentioning the Khang dynasty controlling trade with southern Satrians in the area of "Dakata", meaning "southern mountains". A concrete identity for the Dakatan people would begin to form only at the end of the 19th century and with the end of the Great War. Following the Treaty of Keisi, Dakata was established de jure as the Republic of Dakata following the signing of the Treaty of Keisi, however, multiple resistance groups had been operating in the country already. Following a five-year period of a transitional government, elections would occur in 1940 after which the ruling government would turn the country into a dictatorship. Full democracy would not return to Dakata as varying forms of dictatorships would exist until 1995, when after a reformist friendly palace coup, a transitional government would be created and a new constitution drafted, with democratic elections occurring two years later in 1997.

The population is majority Satyist albeit a sizeable religious minority exists. Satyism, as a result, is the national religion of Dakata and while religious freedom in the country does exist, it is sometimes accused of being furthered at the expense of minority religions by advocates. Being diverse in its ethic composition, Dakatans (~56.1%) are the largest ethnic group, with a large minority of Himavantans (21.2%) and Xiaodongese (14.9%). The ethnic composition of Dakata has resulted in a difficult relationship between the majority and minority, sometimes even escalating to outright violence between the two groups. Advocates claim that the governments' policies unfairly disenfranchise minority groups, albeit the situation has improved dramatically from previously dictatorial regimes and their Dakatization initiatives since democratization, with some government parties forwarding policies that are more forthcoming to minorities and their issues.

Dakata is a developing, unitary, parliamentary republic and ranks Xth in the Human Development Index. The National Law of Dakata is the constitution of the country since 1987. The country ranks high in human rights, freedom of speech and press freedom in comparison to its more authoritarian neighbors. Legislative power is vested in the 200 member People's Assembly, elected once every four years, while executive power is vested in the Premier and President, albeit the President maintains a symbolic role in the country and abroad and is elected once every six years. Dakata is a member of numerous international organizations, namely the Community of Nations, ITO, GIFA, ICD, COMSED.