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Republic of Nise

جمهورية نيس المتحد
Flag of Nise
Flag
of Nise
Coat of arms
Motto: "إرادة الله"
" (God’s Will)"
The Republic of Nise (Blue) in Coius (Light Blue)
The Republic of Nise (Blue) in Coius (Light Blue)
CapitalMadinat
Largest cityGhatakia
Official languagesEstmerish, Rahelian
Ethnic groups
Rahelian, Atudite, Niserian
Demonym(s)Niserian
GovernmentFederal constitutional presidental republic
• President
Fattaah al-Salameh
Sabaah el-Sultan
LegislatureParliament
Chamber of States
Chamber of Commons
Establishment
• Independence from Estmere
August 18, 1948
• Establishment of the Awan Family
February 2, 1952
• Establishment of the Republic of Nise
June 3, 2015
Area
• 
230,558 km2 (89,019 sq mi)
• Water (%)
3%
Population
• 2018 census
10,655,712
• Density
46/km2 (119.1/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2018 estimate
• Total
$126.5 Billion
• Per capita
$11,875.33
GDP (nominal)2018 estimate
• Total
$220.3 Billion
• Per capita
$20,682.17
Gini (2018)Negative increase 50.7
high
HDI (2018)Decrease .730
high
CurrencyNiseran dinar (NID)
Time zoneUTC +1
Date formatdd-mm-yy
Driving sideright
Calling code+39
Internet TLD.ni

Nise, (Rahelian: جمهورية نيس المتحد) officially the Republic of Nise, is a sovereign state in Northern Couis. Sharing a border with Tsabara to the South, Sohar to the East, and the Gulf of Assoniare to the West. Nise has a total population of 10.6 Million citizens making it the 47th largest nation in Kylaris by population. The only official languages in Nise is Rahelian, and Estmerish there is four other notable languages spoken in the nation. The capital city is Madinat, the largest city is Ghatakia other major cities include . The predominant religion in Nise is Asha Ifrani followed by roughly 79% of the nation.


The area that modern Nise is composed of during ancient times was called filler due to the Urí Margidda Valley. The extensive river valley gave rise to several large city states and eventually the rise of the Anniseran Empire and its subsequent collapse. By the turn of the millennium Anniseria would be conquered by the Second Holy Dominion. By 1000 AD, and the subsequent shrinking of the Third Holy Dominion, the establishment of the Sultanate of Madinat which would become a domineering figure over Madinat and the Urí Margidda Valley and become a prominent player in fighting against many crusades in what is now Tsabara.


During the late 19th Century the Sultanate of Madinat would collapse following an Estmerish invasion which seized the Urí Margidda Delta and Madinat. This collapse resulted in a variety of small states appearing up and down the Uri Margidda River and along the Coast which Estmere would spend the next several decades subjugating and conquering up until the beginning of the 20th Century. Soon after Estmere would establish the Sultanate of Nise as a protectorate using a relative of the former filler dynasty as a figurehead. During the Great War Niseran Colonial troops would fight against Gaullican colonial troops and Nise would be occupied. Niseran troops would meet a similar fate during the Solarian War fighting against Etrurians.


Following shortly after the Solarian War Nise would gain its independence. During the Twilight Revolution the Sultan would become deposed by a combination of the Niserian Military and several political groups. Since achieving independence Nise has been in a constant conflict with Sohar over the Urí Margidda Valley, known as the Urí Margidda Conflict. Nise has rose to prominence as a regional player within Rahelia as a military and economic power. There has been growing concerns over the power struggle between strongarm politicans, oligarchs and the military as of late.


The Government of Nise is a Federal constitutional republic with a bicameral legislature and an independent judiciary. Nise is a member of the Community of Nations, Union of Marolevic Brotherhood, ITO, and the GIFA. The economy of Nise is one of the strongest in Northern Coius with a GDP of $220.3 Billion it maintains a large petrochemical sector along with significant contributions from its Tourism sector, also possessing a large amount of natural resources and a developing Arms Industry. Despite the growing economy, there exists a massive wealth disparity between the richest and poorest of Nise.


Etymology

Nise is derived from the former Anniseran Empire which itself stems from the city Anniser which the old Empire established itself from.

History

Pre-History

Anniseran Empire

Classical Nise

Middle Ages

Modern

Politics

Government

Nise is a Federal constitutional presidental republic regulated by the Constitution of Nise, considered the nations Supreme Legal Document. The Government of Nise is divided up into three branches of government, the executive, legislative, and judicial.

The executive branch which is head by the President of Nise, currently is Fattaah al-Salameh, who enforces the laws passed by the Parliament of Nise as well as acts as the Commander in Chief of all the armed forces, reserves the right to veto any bills passed by Parliament, subject to parliamentary override, acts as the Chief Diplomat of the nation and approves of cabinet members appointed by the Prime Minister. He is elected every four years by the people, he is limited to serving two consecutive terms.

The legislative branch of government is made up of the 250 member Parliament of Nise is divided into two chambers. The 150 member Chamber of Commons who creates law, declares war, assents to the ratification of international treaties, and selects the Prime Minister. Members are elected on a four year cycle offset with 75 seats opening up for election every two years, they are elected on a proportional basis. The 100 member Chamber of States who in conjunction with the Chamber of Commons creates law, declares war, assents to the ratification of international treaties, and selects the Prime Minister, also conducts the impeachment process of the President, appoints members of the Supreme Court, and decides the proportional basis of which states are represented in election. They are elected in a First past the post method with 10 members coming from each of the ten states of Nise. The Prime Minister is selected by a joint session of Parliament and as long as he holds his parliamentary seat and does not resign or loses the confidence of both chambers remains in power. The Prime Minister organizes and appoints the Cabinet of Nise consisting of a variety of ministers who in conjunction with the President insure that the government continues to function.

Judiciary and Law Enforcement

The Judiciary of Nise is made up of four primary courts. The Supreme Court and its Municipality Courts, The Court of Balances and Weights, the Court of Civil Affairs and the Court of Criminal Affairs. There are several Law Enforcement agencies that work with the court systems to ensure proper enforcement of laws and to promote public safety and well being. They are the National Police Force, the Department of Balances and Weights, and the Niseran Bureau of Investigation

Foreign Relations

Nise is a member of Community of Nations, International Council of Democracy, GIFA, and ITO. Following the end of the Niseran Civil War and the Founding of the Republic of Nise, the nation has taken an active stance of “neutrality” hoping to maintain the states independence and actively pursue mutually beneficial agreements with all nations. This stance differs little from what Nise under the Awan family has followed in regards to foreign policy.

In practice Nise has followed a very aggressive form of energy diplomacy using it to secure profitable economic agreements and as a means to maintain power on the international stage by leveraging energy prices and energy flow as a means to maintain relevance.

Nise is regarded as a minor power in the region but holds serious economic sway due to the outpouring of oil from the nation.

Military

The People’s Armed Forces of Nise is the nation’s military and is split into fourbranches the Niseran People’s Army, the Niseran People’s Navy, the Niseran People’s Air Force and the Niseran People’s Reserve Forces. The Comander in Chief of the People’s Armed Forces is the President of Nise, it is a voluntary force, numbering roughly 52,000 active personnel and 20,000 reserve personnel with a budget of $2.3 billion, the Department of Niseran Defense manages and oversees the military.

The Niseran People’s Army numbers roughly 32,000 personnel. The NPA has played a major role in recent years for the nation, most notably in counter insurgency operations and upholding the 2015 Niseran Ceasefire in conjunction with the Community of Nations. While it is currently one of the smallest militaries In Coius it is highly experienced from the Niseran Civil War and ongoing Insurgency in Nise. The Niseran People’s Air Force plays a central role within the active peacekeeping operations in Nise by providing aerial support for the other branches of the military, supplying strung out outposts and delivering aid to isolated areas. The NPN actively patrols Niseran territorial water and plays an active role in regulating smuggling operations in and out of Nise.

Administrative Divisions

Demographics

Largest Cities

Languages

Religion

Healthcare

Education

Economy

Industry

Agriculture

Science and Technology

Transport

Energy

Geography

Location

Nise is 100 square kilometres (39 sq mi) making it the xth largest nation in the world by size. It has 100 square kilometres (39 sq mi) of water making it the xth nation in the with water area. It straddles the Coian Coast in the region of Bahia bordering the Gulf of Assoniare to its East. Sharing a land border with Tsabara to its South. Bordering X to its East and X to its North.

Geology and Terrain

Climate

Due to the location and small size of Nise there is very little change in climate for the nation.

Climate data for Nise, extremes since 1926
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C (°F) 12.3
(54.1)
14.7
(58.5)
20.1
(68.2)
31.2
(88.2)
32.1
(89.8)
39.1
(102.4)
41.2
(106.2)
42.7
(108.9)
36.1
(97.0)
32.2
(90.0)
17.9
(64.2)
14.4
(57.9)
40.2
(104.4)
Record low °C (°F) −30.9
(−23.6)
−23.6
(−10.5)
−19.3
(−2.7)
−12.0
(10.4)
−6.3
(20.7)
0.7
(33.3)
1.7
(35.1)
2.8
(37.0)
−4.4
(24.1)
−11.8
(10.8)
−20.6
(−5.1)
−24.5
(−12.1)
−30.9
(−23.6)

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