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Picasia

Republic of Picasia

República de Pícasia
(TBD)
Flag of Picasia
Flag
of Picasia
Coat of arms
Motto: Libertad, unidad, justicia
Liberty, Unity, Justice
Anthem: 
"March of the Liberators"
(tr.) "Marcha de los Libertadores"
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Capital
and largest city
Alarcio
Official languagesTBD
Recognised regional languagesOrínokan
Ethnic groups
(2016)
45.6% Mestizo
41.8% Euclean (White)
10.2% Bahian
1.8% Asterindians
0.6% Other
Religion
(2016)
88.5% Sotirianity
-76.8% Solarian Catholicism
-11.7% Amendism
9.4% Irreligious
2.1% Other
Demonym(s)Picasian
GovernmentFederal Presidential Republic
• President
Lautaro Sáenz
• Premier
Fernando Capmany
• Speaker of Congress
Alonzo Valerio
• Chief Justice
Joaquin Ordóñez
LegislatureCongress of Councillors
Independence from Gaullica
• Declaration
1793
• Treaty of San Martín
1795
• Military Coup
1915
• Current Constitution
1984
Population
• 2020 estimate
30,102,382
• 2016 census
28,274,388
GDP (PPP)2019 estimate
• Total
$550.060 Billion
• Per capita
18,273
GDP (nominal)2019 estimate
• Total
$371.102 Billion
• Per capita
12,328
Gini29Decrease
low
HDI (2020)0.778
high
Date formatyyyy mm dd AD
Driving sideright
Calling code+57
Internet TLD.za

Picasia (TBD: Pícasia), officially the Republic of Picasia (TBD: República de Pícasia) is a sovereign state located in Southern Asteria Inferior and the Jabuti Archipelago in the Vehemens Ocean. Picasia has an area of (undetermined km2/Undetermined sq mi). The country's capital and largest city is Alarcio.

Picasia shares land borders with Belmonte, Hullivia and Satucin. Picasia is a Federal Presidential Republic with 7 states. Most of Picasia's population lives in the coastal regions whilst the country's interior is sparsely populated and home to much of the indigenous community. Along with this the interior's geography is mountainous and much is not suitable for large scale agriculture.

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