Ilari

Republic of Ilari

Flag of Ilari
Flag
CapitalSorata
LargestMoyobamba
Official languages
Co-official languages
Demonym(s)Ilarian
GovernmentUnitary presidential republic
• President
Mónica Miranda Sacristán
• First Vice President
María Alejandra Ruiz
• Second Vice President
Juan Esteban Xirau
• Prime Minister
Joaquin de Putiguyo Cicerón
LegislatureCongress of the Republic
Independence from the Guadosalam Federation
14 August 1776
20 October 1883
16 September 1971
23 April 1974
Population
• 2025 estimate
49,302,291
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
689.85 billion soles
• Per capita
43,178 soles
Gini (2019)45.6
medium
HDI (2018)Increase 0.758
high
CurrencyIlarian sol (ILA)
Date formatdd.mm.yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+51
Internet TLD.ila

Ilari, offically the Republic of Ilari is a country in South Amerigonna. It has maritime borders with the Archadian Federation and the Guadosalam Federation in the east, and observes the Pacificanna Ocean to its west. It is currently the third largest country in South Amerigonna as well as the smallest.

In 1532, Estharian conquistador Jose Francisco Sáenz de Gramartos explored and settled into the territory, subjugating the native Quechua, Aymara and other indigenous peoples in the process. A viceroyalty was established and persevered until the 18th century. On 18 August 1776, growing discontent against the Estharian monarchy led to revolutionaries under Iñigo Pelegrín to officially declare independence from the Empire. A subsequent war of independence ensued, and the Ilarian revolutionaries were victorious. Pelegrín was made president and formally consolidated governance, and more than 20 presidents would serve subsequently in the First Republic. On 5 April 1879, Guadosalam initiated a war of conquest of Ilari, and the nation was subjugated on 20 October 1883. Guadosalam's rule over the country persevered well into the 20th century. On 16 September 1971, Juan Manuel de San Martín Ordóñez lead a revolution that would eventually secure Ilari's independence for the second time. A second republic was established, to which Ilari is current known to have. Political instability ensued, and was fueled by the Conservatives and Liberals. The short military rule of Anastasio Loew helped to secure stability, but at the cost of authoritarian repression and further economic instability. On 26 July 1990, Armando Kanbayashi dissolved Congress and wrote a new constitution that helped him stay in office for more than ten years. His presidency helped stabilize the nation's economy, but eventually resigned due to a corruption scandal. Presidents Serafín Barrueco through Mónica Miranda Sacristán then succeeded Kanbayashi, and relatively boosted the country's economy and political influence in South Amerigonna.

Ilari enjoys a overall developed economy and is fast-growing, with contributions from mining, steel production, petroleum extraction and fishing.

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