Russatrova

Советское социалистическое государство
Soyedinennyye Russatrova Respubliki
 
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Russatrovan flag and CoA
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States of the Russatrova Federation
1.Hukovo
2.Třikov
3.Ialopol
4.Klano
5.Trybunia
 
National Motto odin narod, odna respubliki, yediny, kak odin!
National anthem Da Zdravstvuyet Russatrova
Capital
(and largest city)
Bogdan
 
Official language
Russian
Demonym Russan
Government
 — Premier
 — Supreme Chairman
 — —Head Commissar
Federal Marxist–Leninist one-party socialist republic
Adrian Aleksandr
Yuri Azarov
Boris Vavoli
Establishment
 — Republic

December 5th, 1763
Population
 — 2013 census

567,421,130
Gross Domestic Product
— Total
— GDP/capita
File:Green arrow up.PNG $43 million
HDI rating File:Green arrow up.PNG 0.81 (very high)
Gini 31.2
Currency Moneta (MOTE) = $0.78
Time zone RST -7
Time format 24-hour clock (00.00-23.59)
Date format mm-dd-yyyy
Internet TLD .SRR
Calling code +125

The Soyedinennyye Russatrova Respubliki is a socialist state governed as a single-party state by the Soviet Party with Bogdan as its capital. Russatrova makes its economy and protects its borders with its large arsenal of War Machines.

Government

The Government of the Soyedinennyye Russatrova Respubliki is the main body of the executive branch of government in the Soyedinennyye Russatrova Respubliki. It is led by the head of the government, the Premier of Russatrova. The members of the Russatrovan Government—people's commissars, ministers, and heads of state committees— are recommended by the Premier and appointed by the Chairman of the Supreme Russa.

The Government of the Soyedinennyye Russatrova Respubliki is headed by the premier, who has an unspecified amount of first deputy chairmen, deputy chairmen of the government, all of which are given responsibility over one specific area, a varying amount of government ministers and state committee chairmen, recommended by the premier and appointed by the Presidium of the Supreme Russa. The executive branch is responsible for both short- and long term economic, social and cultural development.

The Government of the Soyedinennyye Russatrova Respubliki exercised its executive powers in conformity with the Russatrova Constitution and legislation enacted by the Supreme Russa. The Constitution mandates that the Government proposed legislation and other documents to the Supreme Russa, proposed the budget and guided the economy, issued decisions and ordinances and verified their execution. The decisions and ordinances of the Council of Ministers of the SRR shall be binding throughout the SRR—these decisions and ordinances were binding throughout the country. It defines internal policies, directed and oversee operation of state administration, oversee the country's economic development, direct the activities and development of public services and perform other activities which conformed to the provisions of the Constitution and applicable legislation. The Government also controls foreign trade and had directed the "general development" of the Russatrovan armed forces.

The Government manages the internal sphere of the SRR policy. It is responsible for implementing measures which will either promote or ensure the well-being of Russatrovan citizens through economic, social and economic development. On the economic sphere, the government is responsible for monetary, technological, pollution, price wages and social security policies, controlled all All-Union, literally institutions controlled by the Central Government, and All-Republican institutions. For instance, the Government controlsthe State Bank and is responsible for the organization of state insurance and accounting. It is the Government which drafted the five-year plans for economic and social development, through its control of the State Planning Committee, and the country's budget, through its control of the Ministry of Finance. Both the five-year plan and the budget need approval from the Supreme Russa to be implemented. It is responsible for socialist property, public order and the protection of its citizen's.

The Government is responsible to the Russatrovan Parliament, and the parliament can in theory force the resignation of the Government as a whole or any Government appointees by a simple majority vote. The Premier and the members of the Government are jointly responsible for decisions passed by the Government and are responsible for their respective portfolios. The Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Russa, literally head of state, appoints government ministers, and the appointment is approved by the Supreme Russa. The Premier can recommend civil servants to government to the Presidium, which can then either pass or reject the nominee.

Demographics

The first fifty years of the 20th in Russatrova were marked by a succession of disasters, each accompanied by large–scale population losses.

The crude birth rate of the Soyedinennyye Russatrova Respubliki decreased from 44.0 per thousand in 1926 to 18.0 in 1974, largely due to increasing urbanization and the rising average age of marriages. The crude death rate demonstrated a gradual decrease as well – from 23.7 per thousand in 1926 to 8.7 in 1974. A phenomenon partly attributed to slower rates of urbanization and traditionally earlier marriages in the southern republics.

The late 1960s and the 1970s witnessed a reversal of the declining trajectory of the rate of mortality in Russatrova, and was especially notable among men of working age, but was also prevalent in Northern Russatrova and other predominantly areas of the country.An analysis of the official data from the late 1980s showed that after worsening in the late-1970s and the early 1980s, adult mortality began to improve again.The infant mortality rate increased from 24.7 in 1970 to 27.9 in 1974. Some researchers regarded the rise as largely real, a consequence of worsening health conditions and services. The rises in both adult and infant mortality were not explained or defended by Russatrovan officials, and the Russatrovan government simply stopped publishing all mortality statistics for ten years. Russatrovan demographers and health specialists remained silent about the mortality increases until the late-1980s, when the publication of mortality data resumed and researchers could delve into the real causes.

Ethnic Groups

Russatrova is a very ethnically diverse country, with more than 100 distinct ethnic groups. The total population was estimated at 293 million in 1991. According to a 1990 estimate, the majority were Russatrovan (50.78%), followed by Frevoxi (15.45%) and Uzex (5.84%).

All citizens of the USSR had their own ethnic affiliation. The ethnicity of a person was chosen at the age of sixteen by the child's parents. If the parents did not agree, the child was automatically assigned the ethnicity of the father. Partly due to Russatrovan policies, some of the smaller minority ethnic groups were considered part of larger ones, such as the Mings, who were classified with the linguistically related Georians. Some ethnic groups voluntarily assimilated, while others were brought in by force. Russatrovan, Belaians, and Uzex shared close cultural ties, while other groups did not. With multiple nationalities living in the same territory, ethnic antagonisms developed over the years.

Education

Anatoly Luchane became the first Commissar for Education of the SRR. At the beginning, the Russatrovan authorities placed great emphasis on the elimination of illiteracy. People who were literate were automatically hired as teachers. For a short period, quality was sacrificed for quantity. By 1940, Joseph Dumbroskey could announce that illiteracy had been eliminated. In the 1960s, nearly all Russatrovan children had access to education, the only exception being those living in remote areas. Anatoly tried to make education more accessible, making it clear to children that education was closely linked to the needs of society. Education also became important in giving rise to the New Man.

The country's system of education is highly centralized and universally accessible to all citizens, with affirmative action for applicants from nations associated with cultural backwardness. Citizens directly entering the work force have the right to a job and to free vocational training. The Russatrovan government,recently introduced a rule that required all university applicants to present a reference from the local Soviet party secretary.

Health

health conditions in Russatrova are significantly behind the other developed countries. As Dumbrosky later noted, "Either the lice will defeat socialism, or socialism will defeat the lice". The Russatrovan principle of health care was conceived by the Commissariat for Health. Health care was to be controlled by the state and would be provided to its citizens free of charge, this at the time being a revolutionary concept. The Russatrovan government gave all citizens the right to health protection and free access to any health institutions in the SRR. Before Leonid Brezh became head of state, the healthcare system of the SRR was held in high esteem by many foreign specialists. This changed however, from Brezh's accession , the SRR health care system is heavily criticised for many basic faults, such as the quality of service and the unevenness in its provision.

Recently the life expectancy for all age groups went up. This statistic in itself was seen by some that the socialist system was superior to the capitalist system. It remained stable during most years, although in the 1970s, it went down slightly, possibly because of alcohol abuse. At the same time, infant mortality began to rise. As of 2010, the government has stopped publishing statistics on this.

Language

The Russatrovan government gave small language groups their own writing systems. The development of these writing systems was very successful, even though some flaws were detected. A serious problem when creating these writing systems was that the languages differed dialectally greatly from each other. When a language had been given a writing system and appeared in a notable publication, that language would attain "official language" status. There were many minority languages which never received their own writing system; therefore their speakers were forced to have a second language. As the most widely spoken of Russatrova's many languages, Russian functions as an official language.