Socialist Republic of the Comorine Islands

Repúblika Sosyalísta del maga Islas Comoríno (Abakay)
Sosyalístang Báyan sa Pulóng Kamuhirían (Karibo)
Hay entra el embiste el magá unido henté (Abakay)
Ang Katawhan ug Bayan, Károng Lúmalaban (Karibo)
"The people united shall continue the struggle"
National ideology:
Anthem: Akong Nasud / De Mío País
"My Nation"
National Seal
Location of Min in Borea
Location of Min in Borea
Largest CitySalagsawin
Official languagesAbakay, Maragat
Recognised national languagesLambaknon, Kankabuloan, Tuwali, Mandayon, Uraknon
Demonym(s)Comorine, Comorinian, Comorino/Comorina
GovernmentFederal socialist semi-presidential council republic
• Premier
Raúl Legara
Leonora Polistico
Paciano Andres Tañada
LegislatureRevolutionary Congress
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• 2018 census
• Density
148.68/km2 (385.1/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
685 billion
• Per capita
HDI (2013)0.773
CurrencyLapi (໑) (SNG)
Date formatMM-DD-YYYY
Driving sideleft
Calling code+63
ISO 3166 codeCNL

The Comorines (from Karibo: Kamuhirian, "palm trunk"), more formally the Comorine Islands and officially the Socialist Republic of Comorine Islands (Karibo: Sosyalistang Bayán sa Pulóng Kamuhirían, Abakay: Republika Sosyalista del maga Islas Comorino) is a sovereign federal socialist state in XXX. With an estimated population of around 128.33 Million people, it is one of the most populous nations in XXX. The Comorines share a border with XXX.

Its government established after the People's Uprising of 1937 by a left wing coalition of the Comorine National Front (nationalist), the Revolutionary Worker's Party (communist) and the Congregation for People's Liberation (religious socialist), the Socialist Republic eventually overtook the formally ruling Commonwealth government in 1971 after years of political and military maneuvers. Today, the Comorines are formally guided by the state ideology of Nasodismo, which combines Leninism with nationalist characteristics.

The Comorine Islands, while having opemed up to international markets and democratized in the late 90s (under the Modernization program) is still rife with authoritarianism, attacks against civil society and a low human rights record. The military and the Revolutionary Workers Party, now both constituting less than half of the government continues to be a cornerstone of Comorine politics. Some analysts also consider modern Comorines to be a continuation of institutionalized corruption that plagued the preceding commonwealth that it replaced, alongside an aggressive paranoia to percieved "imperialist" influences being deeply ingrained in society.

Taking over the preceding industrial infrastructure pre-People's War,the Comorine economy is a diarchy of urban manufacturing and rural agriculture. About a third of the economy is collectivized, a third being state-owned and another left for private and foreign investors. Observers gave noted that since the late 90s, something something rising economic inequality.





Government and politics

The Hall of the Vanguard of the People (Casa del Taliba del Hente) is the official conference building of the Comorines' Revolutionary Council.

The Comorine constitution refers to the government as a "People's vanguard with the revolutionary councils at the lead and the Central Committee as its guide", describing what could be inferred as a socialist semi-presidential republic. The upmost governmental position, the Premier is formally the convenor of the National Revolutionary Congress, who coordinates with the Central Executive Committee.

The leading party of government is the Revolutionary Worker's Party, which take up a majority of the council and the entirety of the Central Committee. Since the modernization period, other parties exist, though they constitute a minority and are required to adhere to the national ideology of Nasodismo. The RWP is the only explicit Leninist party.

Foreign relations



Enlisted Soldier of the People's Revolutionary Army Ground Forces.

The People's Revolutionary Army (PRA, Kasundalohan sa Katawhang Rebolusyonaryo, Soldão Rebolusyonaryo del maga Hente) is the armed forces of Comorines which is composed of five major components, namely: the Ground Forces (PRAGF), the Air Force (PRAAF), the Navy (PRAN), the Rocket Forces (PRARF), and the Coast Guard (PRACG). Furthermore, it is supplemented by the People's Commission of Revolutionary Affairs (Komisyon Hente del Asunto Revolusyonaryo), a paramilitary organization serving directly under the Central Executive Committee of the Comorines, serving both as the state's guerilla force and interior ministry.

As of 2018, the PRA have around 500,000 men in active service, however, it is estimated that the PRA's total strength including its paramilitary units have figures as high as 4,500,000. In 2016, official state data stated that Comorines' military expenditure is approximately $17.125 Billion USD or 2.5% of the country's GDP, which is the highest military Comorines' highest military spending since [historical event] as the country makes attempts to modernize its aging armed forces.

Administrative divisions





The Kahente is commonly known as the most popular mode of public transportation in Comorines.

Most of the Comorines's transportation infrastructure are state operated. Due to geographical location something something, transportation is relatively underdeveloped.

The most popular type of transport in Comorines is the Kahente (People's Truck), which most, if not all, are operated by state-owned entities under the People's Committee of Transporation.