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Dominion of Kōri-Chi

氷地
Flag of Kōri-Chi
Flag
Government Seal of Kōri-Chi
Government Seal
Map of Kōri-Chi
Map of Kōri-Chi
CapitalDākuōku
Official languagesMitonese
Demonym(s)Kōri-Chise
GovernmentAbsolute monarchy under a parliamentary democracy
• Monarch
Emperor Tōhen of Mitō
• Governor
Sang Aragushi
LegislatureDiet
Establishment
Population
• Estimate
40 millions
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
200 billions
• Per capita
5 000 USD

The Dominion of Kōri-Chi, more commonly abbreviated as Kōri-Chi, is a subject-state of the Empire of Mitō established in 1923, located in CONTINENT on Eurth. It is bordered by NEIGHBOURINGNATION to the north, NEIGHBOURINGNATION in the east, NEIGHBOURINGNATION to the south, and NEIGHBOURINGNATION in the west. Renowned for most of its territory being inhospitable, population is concentrated to warmer lands in the north, combining population density which pushed for great economic inequalities, development of organised crime, lack of infrastructure and unexploited natural resources.

(1st paragraph. Name. Location. Borders. Approx population and size. Capital city.)

(2nd paragraph. Political system. Short history in 1 sentence. Link with present in 1 sentence. Head of state.)

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Etymology

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Geography

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Siberian/Antarctic and a bit that would be warm as to allow great population development (Hokkaido versus Tokyo region).[1]

History

(WIP. How did your current nation come to be? What were its previous incarnations? Was it part of a union with a neighbour? Which events shaped the way it is today?)

Depending on the local population which would originally (or not) inhabit the islands (since like Amsterdam Island, or Reunion Island, there may not be originally any population) because of the region the claim would be situated in; colonised by Mitō in X (date would depend on how far it is from Mitō, like Australia was colonised late in comparison to Canada); would ascend to Dominion status in 1923; possibly some “racial” tensions throughout History and still to this day, because of “mitonese superiority”; the Dominion would take part side by side with Mitō in the WW2 equivalent (and lose, from what I understood?); technologically/economically lagging behind.[1]

Politics

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Current Governor is Sang Aragushi of the Kaiji Party, which holds 78 of the seats, with its allies the Liberal Party holding 8 seats and the Socialist Party holding 4 seats. Opposition party is the Dentō Party with 79 seats with its ally the Purple-line Party with 2 seats.

Current Minister of Home Affairs is Atashita Sogami; current Minister of Imperial and Foreign Affairs is Hagana Nosha; current Minister of Finance is Erigomo Dontaki; current Minister of Justice Sigo Gounza; —

Government

The Government is the executive organ of the Dominion, led by the Governor, appointed by the Diet by a simple majority, among its 171 Councilors. The Governor is then presenting his duties to the Emperor, who validates or not his position. The Governor is in charge of appointing Ministers in the name of the Emperor, as to manage the Dominion. Current Ministries are: Ministry of Home Affairs; Ministry of Imperial and Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Finance; Ministry of Justice; Ministry of Infrastructure; Ministry of Defense; Ministry of Navy; Ministry of Knowledge; Ministry of Health; Ministry of Industry; Ministry of Environment.

Diet

Diet of Kōri-Chi.

The Diet is the legislative organ of the Dominion, composed of 171 Councillors, each elected in their respective prefectures. Councillors may bring matter to the floor of the Diet, that are to be discussed and debated, may result in the drafting of legislations, which are then voted upon, and passing through a simple majority. The Diet have the authority to appoint or dismiss the Governor. The Diet have as authority to create commissions on specific matters (including the governmental actions) as to address and investigate them, before returning to the Diet as to introduce the conclusions, that may lead to further debates and creation of legislation.

Monarchy

The Emperor is the highest figure, disposing of all powers, as an absolute monarch. His regular duties are considered to be accepting the elected Governor or his resignation, alongside the voted decisions of the Diet. He however disposes of a veto power over all legislations passing through the Diet, he may equally force resignation of any Councilor or the Governor, and may pass legislations in force.

Economy

(WIP. Employment. Exports and imports. International partners. Currency. Energy. Transportation. Science & technology. Unemployment numbers. Tourism. Media.)

Demographics

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Military

The Imperial Kōri-Chise Armed Forces is composed into 2 branches: the Imperial Kōri-Chise Navy & the Imperial Kōri-Chise Army.

Assets of the Imperial Kōri-Chise Navy are the following:

Representation Name Type # List of active assets
Example Shinano-class Helicopter-carrier amphibious assault ship 4 Shinano; Taihō; Unryū; Shōkaku
Example Fusō-class Destroyer 12 Fusō; Yamashiro; Ise; Hyūga; Nagato; Mutsu; Yamato; Musashi; Furutaka; Kako; Aoba; Kinugasa;
Example Kongō-class Frigate 20 Kongō; Takao; Atago; Maya; Chōkai; Myōkō; Nachi; Haguro; Ashigara; Mogami; Mikuma; Suzuya; Kumano; Tama; Chikuma; Tenryū; Tatsuna; Kumata; Kitakami; Nagara
Example Hirado-class Minesweeper 6 Hirado; Chika; Iwao; Chie; Susumu; Kohaku
Example Eiji-class Patrol 40 Eiji; Yoshinaka; Shigeru; Kado; Kyoichi; Takanibu; Kawamura Motoyasu; Haru; Uramoto Hiromu; Kaname; Anri; Shigeri; Nozomi; Tō; Yoshigara; Nezō; Shakā; Gurū; Jinka; Yukisha; Shinzō; Yuzi; Dentoshi; Alakama; Vashi; Masami; Makotobu; Miraira; Makiyo; Lovi; Shentō; Nigōsa; Tenhū; Mōto; Doki; Nenzei; Shirōkama; Mēn
Example Tōshi-class Supply 4 Tōshi; Ninka; Izusho; Zenzē
Example Eirō-class Icebreaker 4 Eirō; Totama; Shunā; Furutoka
Example Nūrashi-class Submarine 8 Nūrashi; Shunza; Nakimō; Matsunama; Noriga; Dokile; Akalo; Kentō
Example Subarashī-4 Heavy transport helicopter 40 1st Naval Group; 2nd Naval Group; 3rd Naval Group; 4th Naval Group; 1st Navy Transport Squadron; 2nd Navy Transport Squadron
Example IK-400 Heavy transport aircraft 40 3rd Navy Transport Squadron; 4th Navy Transport Squadron; 5th Navy Transport Squadron; 6th Navy Transport Squadron
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Cultures

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Mitonese (Japanese) and a local culture (depending on where I'll be on the map, will adopt some of the local culture inherent to that part of the map, which would then have Japanese colonists, think of it like NZ who was exclusively Maori, but now because of colonisation have lots of British culture/demographics).[1]

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