Fyngaria

The Federal Republic of Fyngaria

Tažrošórg Féderalistá Fjóngariká
(Fyngarian)
Flag of Fyngaria
Flag
Coat of Arms of FyngariaFjőngarsörg
Coat of Arms
CapitalKijmáfórs
Largest citycapital Kijmáfórs
Official languagesFyngarian
Recognised regional languagesDutch, Scanonian, English
Demonym(s)Fyngarian
GovernmentParliamentary republic
• President
Duder Duderini
• Prime Minister
Dudery Duderson Jr.
Area
• 
897,453 km2 (346,509 sq mi)
Population
• 2014 census
56,345,265
• Density
62/km2 (160.6/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
1,540,873,961,955 NSD
• Per capita
27,347 NSD
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
1,214,916,603,930 NSD
• Per capita
21,562 NSD
CurrencyFyngarian tóróg (FYT)
Date formatyyyy.mm.dd
Driving sideright
Calling code+22
Internet TLD.fy

Fyngaria (Fyngarian: Fjóngaršórg), officially the Federal Republic of Fyngaria (Fyngarian: Tažrošórg Féderalistá Fjóngariká), is a country located in the western part of Lorecia in the region of Astyria. It is bordered by Albeinland to the north, Noordenstaat to the west and Scanonia and Nidwalden to the south.

Fyngaria covers the area of 897,453 km2 and it is home to 56 million people. Capital and the most populous city is Kijmáfórs.

Etymology

History

Geography

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Topographic map of Fyngaria with rivers

Fyngaria lies in the west-central part of the continent of Lorecia. It is landlocked and surrounded on northern, eastern and southern side by mountain ranges. The average height from sea level drops towards west, where a large Noordo-Fyngarian basin is formed going all the way to the Putin Strait on the Noordenstaat coast. The highest peak is the Hírímlad at 2,120 meters and the lowest point is by the city of Szérészrókar at 25 meters. Most notable rivers are (Ót-)Elúszideg, (Ót-)Ecsé and (Ót-)Ogánig. The Ecsé and Ogánig flow into the Elúszideg, which further flows into the North Sea in Noordenstaat. Fyngaria is bordered with Thomaion to the north and east, Nidwalden to the south and Noordenstaat to the west.

Climate

Fyngaria has mainly continental climate, it has four pronounced seasons of near-equal length. Winter starts in mid-December and lasts until mid-March. Winters have average temperatures of −6 °C (21 °F) and are characterized by stable snow cover, bright sunshine, and short days. Severe spells of winter weather with cold winds, extreme temperatures of around −30 °C (−22 °F) and heavy snowfalls are common. Summer starts in June and lasts until August. Summers are usually warm and sunny, with cool evenings and nights. Summers have average temperatures of around 19 °C (66 °F), with extremes of 35 °C (95 °F). Spring and autumn bring fairly mild weather.

Environment

Government and politics

Fyngaria is a federal, parliamentary, representative democratic republic. The political system is outlined in the 1968 constitution which reformed and democratised country after the June Revolution. The fundamental principles of the constitution are protection of human dignity, separation of powers, structure of the federation and the rule of law.

The Federal President, Šaré Lánig (since 29 August 2018), is the head of state and holds representative responsibilities and powers. He is elected by a joint meeting of the Federal Parliament and the Federal Council every five years. Second in the Fyngarian order of precedence is the President of the Federal Parliament elected by the Federal Parliament to oversee the daily operation of this body. The third person in the order of precedence is the Federal Chancellor, Réjkárd Kórsig (since 12 July 2017), who is appointed by the Federal President according to the results of the federal parliamentary elections and serves a five year term.

The Federal Chancellor, Réjkárd Kórsig, is head of the government and exercises executive powers together with his Cabinet. The legislative power is vested in the parliament consisting of the Federal Parliament which is elected through direct elections by proportional representation and the Federal Council which consists of representatives of the 11 federal states.

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