Masari

Democratic Republic of Masari

Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Masari (Watuajua)
Demokratische Republik Masari (Weranian)
Iriphabliki yaseMasari Ekhululekile (Sisulu)
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Flag
Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms
Motto: "Für die Menschen aus dem Land des Silbers"
(For the poeple from the land of silver)
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Capital
and
Kanyabahayadha
Official languagesWeranian
Recognised national languages
Demonym(s)Masahari
GovernmentFederative presidential republic
• President
Werner Okonkwo
• Vice President
Mavo Holomisa
• President of Senate
Kalere Odili
• President of the Chamber
Issa Mbadinuju
LegislatureNational Congress
Senate
House of Deputies
Formation
Area
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30,955,202 km2 (11,951,870 sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2020 estimate
• Total
$100,542,496,096
• Per capita
$3,248
GDP (nominal)2020 estimate
• Total
$70,144,487,732
• Per capita
$2,266
Gini42.4
medium · 2020
HDI0.599
medium · 2020
CurrencyMasari Fedha (MFD)
Calling code+255
ISO 3166 codeMAS
Internet TLD.mi

Masari, officially the Democratic Republic of Masari, is a sovereign state whose territory is in northeastern Couis. Masari is the easternmost country in the western hemisphere, occupying a total area of 419,033 km² on the eastern coast of the subcontinent of Bahia. It borders Yemet and Garambura to the west. Masari has territorial disputes over the Ibabochia region with Yemet and the Kulo State. Masari is the third most populated country in Bahia with a population of 30,955,202 (as of January 2020). The capital of the country is Kanyabahayadha, located at the delta of the Feda river on the northern coast of the country. Nambabi is the second-largest city and often claimed to be the legitimate Masahari capital.

EARLY HISTORY

After the breakaway from the United Bahian Republic, Masari fell into a civil crisis, as minorities started to revolt against the ethnic government. The main insurgence happened in the Onikhuma provinces, as they claimed that the Government favored the Watuaji and gave them no representation. In 1967, a civil war started after Watuaji President, Asani Ibori, dissolved the National Congress, trying to shut any and all uprisings against his government. Ibori’s authoritarian government and the Civil War would last until 1978, when the Onikhuma movement, supported by other minorities, overthrew Ibori’s seat. The new republic was established in 1978 and sought to open Masari to foreign investment and private capital, but in 1980, a coup saw a communist militia group taking over the government and creating a one-party system. In 1993, the Masari Revolution took place, as the people fought against the corrupt and authoritarian government. Later in the same year, the Democratic Republic of Masari was established, now under a new multi-party system that focused on democracy. The first public election in the country took place in 1995, with Onikhuma President Dominic Iondela being the first democratically elected president in Masari’s history. From then on, Masari is considered one of the fastest growing countries in Bahia

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