East Miersa

Miersan Socialist Republic

Mierska Socjalistyczna Republika
Flag of East Miersa
Motto: "Przerwij Łańcuchy!"
"Break the Chains!"
Anthem: La Sobrosienne
"The Zobrodzian"
East Miersa map.png
Location of East Miersa (dark green) and claimed but uncontrolled territories (light green) in Euclea.
CapitalŻobrodź (de jure)
Dyńsk (de facto)
Largest cityDyńsk
Official languagesMiersan
Recognised regional languagesKasavrine, Chrebian, Savader, Witterite
Ethnic groups
Miersan (71.6%)
Kasavrine (11.2%)
Chrebian (10.8%)
Savader (2.2%)
Other (4.2%)
Irreligious (54.2%)
Catholicism (27.4%)
Episemialism (11.8%)
Other (6.6%)
Demonym(s)East Miersan
GovernmentFederal socialist council republic
• Premier
Anna Wlodarska
Marcel Modzelewski
LegislatureGeneral Congress
• Total
197,568 km2 (76,281 sq mi)
• 2017 estimate
• Density
110.04/km2 (285.0/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)2015 estimate
• Total
$562.718 billion
• Per capita
CurrencyEast Miersan grosz (MWG)
Internet TLD.mw

The Miersan Socialist Republic (Miersan: Mierska Socjalistyczna Republika), also known as East Miersa (Miersan: Mierska Wschodnia), is a sovereign state in central Euclea, comprising the eastern portion of the historical nation of Miersa. It is bordered by Velzemia and Swetania to the north, by Aimilia and Gaullica to the east, and Slirnia to the south. To the west, it is bordered by West Miersa, though like its western counterpart, East Miersa claims to be the legitimate government of the entire Miersan basin. The country has an area of 197,568 km2 (76,281 sq mi) and a population of 21.7 million. According to the constitution, Żobrodź is the de jure capital, but Dyńsk is the de facto seat of government.

Miersa was first inhabited by the early Marolevs in the late classical period, as the Solarian Empire expanded into the Miersan hinterlands. Although not conquered by Solaria, the Solarians left a definite legacy in the region. The three first significant Miersan states were known as the Three Crowns, with East Miersa largely constituting Wybrzeże. It was united with Zachódnia and Firencja by Romuald the Bold in 1257. The subsequent Miersan Commonwealth became a significant power in central Euclea, at times rivalling neighbouring powers such as Sunrosia. In 1623, the Cesarz died without issue, leading to the Miersan Interregnum and the rise of the Miersan Republic. The Republic would be short-lived, with the monarchs of Gaullica and Narozalica both claiming the Miersan throne. The conclusion of the War of the Miersan Succession in 1638 put an end to the Interregnum, with land ceded to both Gaullica and Narozalica, and the Duchy of Żobrodź created as a buffer state between the two. In 1687 the First Miersan Revolt saw the final partition of the country. The eastern provinces became part of Gaullica, under which they developed into the industrial heartlands of Miersa.

Following the Great War, Miersa was largely under the occupation of Narozalica. Following Narozalican posturing and the outbreak of a major general strike, East Miersa was created as a part of the Godfredson Plan, and a CN-monitored DMZ was created. The nascent council republic became a strong ally to Swetania, and a rival to the Narozalican-backed Miersan Federation. East Miersa experienced a post-war economic boom, allowing it to economically surpass the west. In 1979, East Miersa crossed the DMZ, resulting in the Miersan War. The interference of the Community of Nations led to the signing of the Treaty of San Alessandro in 1982, which attempted to normalise relations between the two states.

Today, East Miersa is a federal constitutionally socialist council republic, operating a socialist economy, with a nominal GDP per capita of $25,884. The current Premier is Anna Wlodarska. East Miersa is often considered a middle power in central Euclea, maintaining close ties to Swetania. East Miersa is a member of the Community of Nations, the ICD, ITO, the OMS, the Mutual Assistance Organisation and AIS. It is an observer of the ASN.


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Early history


Three Crowns


Disestablishment and foreign rule

Great War

Godfredson Plan

Modern East Miersa




Government and politics

East Miersa is one of two extant constitutionally socialist states in Euclea, with the East Miersan government operating along federal lines. As a council republic, East Miersa is comprised of a number of constituent workers' councils, which elect among themselves councils of increasing levels of importance, the most senior being the General Congress. Politics in East Miersa is officially non-partisan, and political parties are prohibited by law at the national level. Despite this, a level of factionalism remains present, and some politicians organise as part of separate political organisations. Generally, politics is split along policy lines, with Miersan reunification and government investment levels acting as defining issues in particular.

Though powers in East Miersa are generally separated through the existence of multiple powers, the First Secretary of the General Congress tends to be incredibly influential in East Miersan politics, generally acting as a primus inter pares among the membership of the General Congress. The Premier, on the other hand, exists outside the power of the General Congress. While the First Secretary is elected from among the General Congress, the Premier is a directly-elected position which occupies a similar role to a presidency. The Premier assembles the Council of Ministers and works alongside the First Secretary to empower the councils and implement their will at the federal level. The most significant difference between the Premier and the First Secretary is that the former is not bound by an imperative mandate, and therefore is able to operate with greater leniance.

Administrative divisions

East Miersa is organised as a federation, and the highest-level subdivisions, known as departments, therefore have a considerable degree of autonomy. Though the partition of Miersa had divided the country based on the historical voivodeships, the departments of the Socialist Republic were drawn-up after the Great War, on economic and cultural lines. The departments are already in position of devolved powers, but this is extended for the Autonomous Socialist Sovereign Republics, which are in possession of further devolved powers in regard to culture and language, and the Autonomous Socialist Free Cities, which are in possession of further devolved powers in terms of economic planning, trade and urban development.

Name Seal Administrative centre Population Leader
23x15px Chernow
Łószcław 4,872,293 Secretary
Chrebian ASSR
Mikołůw 2,043,560 Premier
Kasavrine ASSR
Kordyn 2,785,290 Premier
Dyńsk ASFC
Dyńsk 3,312,542 Chairperson
23x15px Lówniak
Ryża 2,561,329 Secretary
23x15px Żobrodź ASFC
East Żobrodź 1,859,311 Chairperson
23x15px Waskie
Zawienik 3,102,382 Secretary
23x15px Ziarnokosz
Nowyburg 1,203,293 Secretary

Foreign relations

Anna Wlodarska and Swetanian diplomat Radovan Suchánek delivering a joint declaration in 2019.

East Miersa is often considered a middle power with significant influence in central Euclea. East Miersa is closely aligned with Swetania, and the two countries share an amicable relationship. East Miersa is a founding member of the Association for International Socialism, and is considered a key backer of Intercon. As a constitutionally socialist state, internationalism is an important factor in East Miersan foreign policy, along with the achievement of global socialism. Alongside Swetania and Aimilia, East Miersa is a founding member of the Mutual Assistance Organisation free trade area and collective security agreement.

East Miersa shares a strony rivalry with West Miersa, stemming from the partition which created the two countries under the Godfredson Plan. This rivalry resulted in open warfare in 1979, with the Miersan War remaining an influential event in regional foreign relations. The Treaty of San Alessandro signed between the two states in 1982 began a long process of normalisation between the two Miersas, who now share limited diplomatic relations. The rivalry persists, but attempts at reconciliation and detente have been made from both sides, and the two states increasingly enter joint teams to international competitions. Relations continue to flare up, and the West Miersan government continues to covet the disputed region of Ziarnokosz, which has been occupied by East Miersa since 1980.

East Miersa has been a member of the Community of Nations since 1936, the International Council for Democracy since 1957 and the International Trade Organization since 1996. It is a member of the Organisation of Marolevic States and an observer of the Association of Solarian Nations.


Homeland Defence Corps at a military appreciation day in Dyńsk.

East Miersa maintains a strong standing army and armed forces in the form of the People's Protection Forces. The primary objective of the East Miersan military is to act as a defensive force against a potential West Miersan invasion, and in comparison to the west, the Socialist Republic has a much smaller but far more technologically superior force. An important component of the East Miersan defence strategy is the collective security arrangement with Swetania.

The East Miersan government spends 2.6% of gross domestic product on defence, surpassing the MAO minimum. East Miersa abolished conscription in 1992, and all branches of the armed forces are open to all healthy applicants over the age of 16 regardless of gender, nationality or sexual orientation.

Land forces are organised into the People's Revolutionary Army, which maintains an estimated 150,000 active troops. The PRA also contains Exceptional Circumstances, the elite special forces component of the East Miersan military. The People's Revolutionary Airforce has an active troop count of 50,000, while the People's Naval Guard exists as a small lake-bound navy, the primary objective of which is to defend Dyńsk from possible incursions from the east. The Homeland Defence Corps is the primary reservist force, while the People's Civil Defence Corps performs a similar role to a gendarmerie.




Historical population
1936 18,764,000—    
1944 19,730,000+5.1%
1956 20,191,000+2.3%
1969 20,900,000+3.5%
1982 21,124,000+1.1%
1998 21,428,000+1.4%
2010 21,629,000+0.9%
2017 21,740,000+0.5%
Source: Godfredson Plan estimate (1936); CN estimates (1944-present)