Islamic Confederation of Ulvena

울베나 이슬람연합
Horizontal bicolor (black, green) with a star and crescent in the center
"신앙, 가족, 의무" (Korean)
"Faith, Family, Duty"
Soldiers of Allah
and largest city
Official languages
Ethnic groups
  • 42% Asian
  • 27% Caucasian
  • 22% Hispanic
  • 8% African
  • <1% Other
• High Chancellor
Elijah Jung
• Deputy Chancellor
Malik ibn Abdul
LegislatureNational Chancellory
• Foundation
6 November 1252
• Shari'ah Manifest
12 June 1621
• Tenets of Confederacy
15 May 1811
• Total
382,152 km2 (147,550 sq mi)
• July 2018 estimate
• 2015 census
• Density
110.3/km2 (285.7/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2019 estimate
• Total
$1.919 trillion
• Per capita
GDP (nominal)2011 estimate
• Total
$1.765 trillion
• Per capita
Gini (2018)Positive decrease 38.1
HDI (2016)Increase 0.901
very high
Currencyyun (YUN)
Time zoneUTCTBD (TBD)
• Summer (DST)
UTCTBD (not observed)
Driving sideright
Calling code+50
Internet TLD.uv

Ulvena, officially known as the Islamic Confederation of Ulvena (Korean: 울베나 이슬람연합), sometimes called the Ulvenan Confederacy, is a sovereign, multiethnic confederation of states. Ulvena is comprised of 5 countries: Bukdo, Gangdo, Taedo, Mido, and Hando. The total landmass of these countries comprise 382,152 square kilometers with an estimated population of 42.2 million. The National Chancellory, the Holy Council, and the High Estate resides in the capital city of Siyang, the nation's largest city. Each country within the Ulvenan Confederacy have respective capitals within their eponymous cities. Major cities outside of those capitals include Amsul, Hafan, and Daema.

Ulvena is a unitary congressional indirect democracy consisting of confederated, formerly sovereign states. The High Chancellor serves as both the Head of State and Head of Government and acts as a representative for the National Chancellory. Apart from Siyang and the surrounding Siyang Adminsitrative Zone, each country within the Confederacy have varying degrees of autonomy in accordance with the Tenets of Confederacy.

The region currently comprising Ulvena shows human activity as early as 10,000 B.C., with the Ulvenan people as a distinct ethnic group emerging as early as 100 B.C. The Empire of Gobaekdo was established in 24 A.D, which comprised of several satellite states and encompassed much of the modern Ulvenan region. Upon the collapse of the Empire of Gobaekdo in 421 A.D, Ulvena was divided into five distinct countries. From 421 A.D to 725 A.D, Ulvena remained a series of warring states. In 725 A.D, Islam was introduced to the region through Muslim traders and independent expeditions undertaken by explorers from Baekdo and Taedo. Islam rapidly spread through the five nations, accelerating in 829 A.D in which the Kingdom of Hando began a rapid expansion into neighboring kingdoms. In 1062 A.D, the Empire of Daehando was established, ruling over the modern region comprising the country of Hando with the other four countries acting as vassals and tributary states.

In 1252 A.D, with the Islamic Revival, the Empire of Daehando was dissolved with the abdication of Emperor GyungHyuk and the Caliphate of Ulvena was formed, a dialectical corruption of the Arabic term for Islamic scholar, ulema. Following a period of mass corruption and several wars of succession in the 13th-17th century, the Shar'iah Manifest was adopted in 1621, dissolving the Jung Dynasty and instituting a theocratic Republic, adopting the Constitution of Five Roads. The Holy Republic of Ulvena was marred with great social and political unrest, including several attempts at independence from the constituent countries and the Islamic Restorationist movement. In 1821, a coup de'tat resulted in the abolition of the Constitution of Five Roads and adoption of the Tenets of Confederacy, forming the modern Islamic Confederacy of Ulvena.

From the late 19th century to the present, Ulvena has enjoyed immense economic prosperity due to the mass export of uranium, rare earth minerals, manufactured goods and agricultural produce. Ulvena remains a powerful economic force in the world, relying on a diverse workforce and immense investment into technological advancement. The nation performs highly in education, healthcare, and racial equality. However, Ulvena is rated poorly on civil rights, religious freedom, and sexual freedom.

Sunni Islam dominates Ulvenan culture, society, and law. Ulvena's foreign policy revolves around the spread and maintenance of Islamic states, relying on Ulvena's immense control of agricultural and energy exports to stabilize and assist Islamic states across the globe. Legal jurisprudence in Ulvena is derived from the Shari'ah Manifest, a comprehensive, syncretic legal code comprised of the Islamic rulings of the four madhabs of Sunni Islam. This has solidified Ulvena's role as the leading exporter and innovator of Islamic arts, sciences, and culture.





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