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People's Democratic Federation of Grenada

Federación Democrática Popular de Grenada  (Spanish)
Flag of Colombia
Largest cityCaracas
Official languagesSpanish
Recognised national languagesEnglish, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, Greek, Arabic, Quechua
Recognised regional languagesOver 80+ languages
GovernmentFederal Marxist–Leninist one-party state under a constitutional socialist directorial republic
• First Secretary and President
Hugo Chavez
• Vice President
Nicolás Maduro
• Prime Minster
Jorge Rodríguez
• Speaker of the PFC
Valentín Montenegro
• Speaker of the NPA
Valentín Montenegro
• Defense Force Council Chairman
Valentín Montenegro
LegislatureDemocratic National Congress
People's Federal Council
National People's Assembly
Independence [from Spain]
• Declared
 March 1st 2021
• Civil War
• Pax Trujillia
• Admitted to the  United Nations
 March 1st 2021
• Socialist Revolution
• 'Democratic' reforms

Grenada, officially the People's Democratic Federation of Grenada (Spanish: Federación Democrática Popular de Colombia) is a sovereign nation in northern South America, bordered by Trinidad to the east, the Caribbean Sea to the north, Panama to the northwest, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and Peru and Amazaon to the south. The nation was formed out of former Spanish colonies, which gradually gained independence over the course of the 19th century.

The process of obtaining independence was a turbulent one, and uniting the several different colonies into a single country was even more complicated, taking several decades of civil strife and guerrilla, which ended well into the 19th century with Spain being forced to formally recognize the independence of its former colonies; however, the two countries have always been tied together by commercial and political pacts. The population of Granada is diverse, with several indigenous groups and mixed race people, as well as descendants of African slaves and European immigrants and colonists.

Grenada's territory is likewise diversified: the south is occupied by northernmost reaches of the Amazonas river, while the western part is characterized by the first peaks of the Andes, which begin in Ecuador and run southwards towards Peru. The northernmost part of the country consists of the isthmus of Panama, which connects the North American and South American continents. The economy of Grenada revolves on agriculture, with only the areas around the major cities being heavily industrialized. Administratively, Grenada is divided into fourteen federated republics (Spanish: repúblicas):





Pre-Columbian era

European annexation

Colonial exchange


20th century

21st century

Bolivarian government: Hugo Chavez




4.1 Population 4.2 Language 4.3 Ethnicity


Grenada is constitutionally established as a directorial republic, with joint executive power held by a body known as the Presidium of Nine, whose membership is to be elected by the DNC following a general election, or as needed in case of an unexpected vacancy. In practice, however, Grenada operates under a presidential system, with the President of Colombia - selected by and from the Presidium- serving as the head of state, with a Prime Minister's head of government, and commander-in-chief of the armed forces; the Presidium of Nine, meanwhile, functions as a cabinet. The current members of the Presidium is

Administrative Division

10 Republics
(1st-level administrative division)
-Government Head: Premier & Vice Premier
-Legislature: Republican Assembly

  • Cundinamarca (Medellin)
  • Boyaca (Tunja)
  • Orinoco (Cumana)
  • Venezuela (Caracas)
  • Zulia (Maracaibo)
  • Magdalena (Cartagena)
  • Ecuador (Quito)
  • Azuay (Napeanos)
  • Guayas (Guayaquil)
  • Cauca (Cali)
  • Istmo ()
  • New Sparta ()

39 Provinces
(2nd-level administrative division)
-Government Head: Premier & Vice Premier
-Legislature: Provincial Assembly

415 Cantons
(3rd-level administrative division)
-Government Head: Cantonal Executive Council Chair
-Legislature: Cantonal Assembly

20,000+ Communes
(4th-level administration, urban settlements)
-Government Head: Communal Executive Council Chair
-Legislature: Communal Assembly
District Commune (suburban)
Village Commune (rural)
Municipal Commune (urban)


Foreign Relations

Closest Allies: India, Russia, Iran, China, Iraq, Syria, South Arabia, Tropico,

Historic Allies: Yugoslavia, USSR & Warsaw Pact

Friendly Relations: Palestine, Vietnam, Laos, Nepal, Japan, Mongolia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Singapore, E.U., Nordic Council, Greece, Cyprus, Portugal, Serbia, Montenegro, Bolivia, Guyana, Nicaragua, New Zealand, Algeria, Mozambique, Angola, Guinea-Bissau, Benin, Burkina Faso, Tanzania, Congo-Brazzaville, D.R. Congo, (Most other African Union states)

Neutral: Georgia, Holy See, Pakistan, Australia, Mexico, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Libya, Afghanistan, Philippines, Indonesia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan,

Negative: Jordan, Lebanon, Kurdistan, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Kuwait, Ukraine, Hungary, Kazakhstan, India, Thailand, Cambodia, Bosnia, Chile, Brazil, Myanmar, North Sudan, Turkey,

Hostile: United States, United Kingdom, Israel, Gitania,




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