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Gomhûrî Tayârê (Tayari)
"For Our People"
|Location of Tayar (green) with Similian and foreign Tayari controlled territories (light green)|
Location of Tayar (green) with Similian and foreign Tayari controlled territories (light green)
19XX border (internationally recognized)
and largest city
|Recognised regional languages||Lavish, Manesian|
|Government||Unitary semi-presidential republic|
• Speaker of Parliament
|37,749 km2 (14,575 sq mi)|
• Water (%)
• 2018 estimate
• 2017 census
|GDP (PPP)||2019 estimate|
|$165.4 billion (16th)|
• Per capita
|GDP (nominal)||2018 estimate|
|$71.6 billion (17th)|
• Per capita
|Currency||Herai (२) (HR)|
Tayar (/təˌjɑː(ɹ)/; Tayari: Tayâr [tɑˈjɑːr]), officially the Tayari Republic (Tayari: Gomhûrî Tayârê [gɔmhuːriː tɑˈjɑːrɛː]), is a country at the crossroads of Pomria and Daria. Located in western Daria, it is bounded by Hardhiara to the north, the Larija Gulf to the west, Similia to the south-west, the Sarvan Gulf to the south, and Manesia to the east. Tayar is a unitary nation-state and multi-party democracy with an ancient cultural and historical heritage. It has a population of around 9.4 million as of 2017 and an area of 37,749 km2 (14,575 sq mi), though its territorial integrity has only partial recognition. Its capital and largest city is Lazhyan.
Tayar is a unitary semi-presidential republic as definded by its constitution with a parliamentary system, proportional representation, and universal suffrage since 1940. The President serves as head of state and de facto leader of the country, though only ceremonial, while in reality the Minister-General oversees political affairs as head of government. The National Council is the country's unicameral legislature.
Tayar maintains diplomatic relations with two-thirds of the world's countries and holds membership in a number of international organizations, including the Assembly of Nations (since 1967), X. It has a high level of human development as indicated by the Human Development Index. It has a reasonable rate of economic development, as it is the 16th or 17th-largest economy in the world, high rate of literacy, women's safety, employment, and ranks among the world's top nations by percentage of citizens with military training. However, the government has been criticized for its treatment and harrassment of ethnic Similian in disputed territories and human rights abuses.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography and environment
- 4 Government and politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
Conflicts and peace progress
Ten Day War (1972)
Geography and environment
Geology and tectonics
Government and politics
Tayar is a unitary semi-presidential republic as defined by its constitution with a parliamentary system, proportional representation, and universal suffrage since 1940. The President serves as head of state and de facto leader of the country, though only ceremonial, while in reality the Minister-General oversees political affairs as head of government. The Minister-General is a member of parliament supported by a parliamentary majority.
The National Council, having 126 seats in total, is the country's unicameral legislature. Membership in the National Council is based off the proportional representation of the political parties, which, with an electoral threshold of 6%, usually results in the formation of coalition governments between two or more parties, being the foundation of modern Tayari politics. Parliamentary elections are scheduled to be held every five years, but the unstable appearance of a sitting government or a vote of no-confidence by the National Council itself can cause it to dissolve the government earlier.
The Tayari Constitution, despite its name, does not function as a direct constitution per se, but is regarded as a formal uncodified constitution.
Although Tayar does not mention or exlude a religion as official, political ideologies and historical actions at hand resemble a close connection to Aquida, having caused a continuous debate about the separation of state law and religious law. Interaction between political and religious acteurs maintains an ideological balance and has been the basis of a stable governmental system since Tayar's foundation.
Residents in Tayari controlled territories of Similia, the West Settlement, are eligible to vote and decide in political affairs since 2013. This decision by the Supreme Court has led to a political and populous outcry and has raised questions as well as criticism about the behaviour of the Tayari government.