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Kingdom of Malskia

Królestwo Malskie (Malskic)
Flag of Malskia
Flag
Coat of arms of Malskia
Coat of arms
Anthem: Hymn Królestwa Malskiego
"State Anthem of the Kingdom of Malskia"
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Location of Malskia in Argis
Capital
and
Obszariec          
Official languagesMalskic
Recognised regional languagesDolch
Lusuviyan
Littish
Demonym(s)Sawbranian         
GovernmentUnitary constitutional monarchy
• King   
Rajmund IV
• Prime minister   
Grzegorz Jeżewski
• Marshall of the Sejm
Alfons Raczyński
• Marshall of the Senate
Narcyz Kępsk
LegislatureParliament 
Senate
 Sejm
Establishment
• Unification of Malskia
c. 1550
• Current dynasty rule
1790
• First democracy
1899
• "Limited democracy"
1930
• Second democracy
1943
• Third democracy
1985
Population
• Estimate
23,458,436
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
638.56 billion Int$
(8,118.82 billion MMA[a])
• Per capita
27,221 Int$
(346,094 MMA[a])
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
576.09 billion AD$
(7,324.56 billion MMA[a])
• Per capita
24,558 AD$
(312,236 MMA[a])
CurrencyMalskic Marka (ℳ) (MMA)

Malskia (Malskic: Malska), officially the Kingdom of Malskia (Malskic: Królestwo Malskie) is a country located in central Argis. It borders Walneria to the south, Estimeria to the northwest, Littland to the east and north and Lusuviya to the west.

History

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Administration

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Government

The Government of Malskia is the executive branch, being formed by a government cabinet, which is led by a prime minister and named by the King.

Legislature

The Parliament of Malskia is bicameral, being elected once every 5 years. It consists of the Senate, which is the upper house, and Sejm, which is the lower house.

Sejm

The Sejm (literally meaning "Council") has 240 seats and is directly elected using the D'Hondt method in 12 multi-mandate constituencies. The executive is answerable to the Sejm and only Sejm can pass a motion of no confidence in order to call for a snap election.

Senate

The Senate has 100 seats and is divided into three groups. Those groups are 65-seats-large group, named the "United Caucus of the Commons", which is elected by the populace using first-past-the-post voting, the 25-seats-large Noble Caucus Assembled, which is hereditary, and the 10-seats-large Science Caucus Assembled, which is elected by workers of multiple research institutes and universities.

Territorial units

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Culture

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Climate

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