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Republic of Bahal
Republicqua Bah'aal
Bahaali Republicqua

Coat of Arms

Government Seal
(Estanwah Myr'aan Myzok Berdu )
[[Great Victorious Eighteen of June
and largest city
Bahal City
Official languageBahali, English
Ethnic groups100% Bahali

GovernmentSingle-party nationalist republic under totalitarian dictatorship
- Supreme LeaderRick-Trevor Wietmarschen
- Prime Minister Shady Morsi
- Speaker to the SPRC Samuel Benjamin Bakker

LegislatureSupreme People's Revolutionary Congress of Bahal
- Upper house - Senate of the National Party
- Lower house - Abolished

- Independence2013
- Constitution2 June 2015
-June Revolution 18 June 2015

Population45 (2015 Estimate)
CurrencyBahali Kwanzanga (B') (BAK)
Time zoneMST
Date formatDD MM YY yyyy/mm/dd (CE)
Drives on theleft
Calling code+82
ISO 3166 codeKE
Internet TLD.bk

Bahal (Bah'aal) offically known as the Republic of Bahal is a small 2 km² micronation located in West Africa. The state was formed after the June Revolution with overtrowed the Chief-King of Bahal, Bahal City is the capital of the state

Originally founded as the Kingdom of Bahal in Niger in 2013 by Rick I and his frend Samuel Bakker as a separatist breakaway state It joined Ubago and was formerly a province of it. After the collapse of Ubago, Bahal seceded from Ubago and adopted a new after the revoluition

With approximately 34 inhabitants, Bahal is the less populous country in Africa and the 257th most populous country in the world. The country is viewed as a ethnocratic state,

Despite the counrty is a totalitarian dictatorship. Bahal holds elections and describes itself as a self-reliant nationalist state, but it is widely considered as a dictatorship and has been described as totalitarian and National Socialist, with an elaborate cult of personality around the Leadership, the National Party., holds power in the state and leads the Republic political officers are required to be a member.


The name comes from the Bahalian"Bah'aal" with means "Small Land" or "Small Strip of Land"


Tera Department

éra Department covers most of the historic territory of Liptako. Today primarily a home to speakers of the Southern Songhai language, prior to the Songhai Empire, the area was populated by Gourmantche and Mossi peoples. By the 16th century Tera was one of the many small states which survived the destruction of the Songhai Empire, with many Songhai communities resettling into what is today Niger from the north. The Dendi Songhai state of the 17th century ruled the area, before dividing into several small states, each ruled by an Askia of Songhai noble lineage. In the late 19th century, the Songhai city state around Tera was in almost continual conflict with Tuareg groups in the north and east, with the city of Tera sacked and destroyed as late as 1885. Forces from Usman dan Fodio's Sokoto Caliphate took the area several times in the early 19th century as well, but were pushed back by Djerma forces in the regions to the southeast, though semi-nomadic Fula communities were present in the area from at least the 18th century.

First Kingdom of Bahal

The Kingdom of Bahal was an empire in West Africa from 2013 to 2014 The empire was founded by Rick I and became renowned for the wealth of its rulers,. The Bahali Empire profoundly influenced the culture of Bahal through the spread of its language, laws and customs along the lands along the However it joined Ubago


Flag of Ubago

Ubago was a country in West Africa linking the Dutch created micronations of Africa and for a period of only 1 year It was founded as a territory with self-rule within the Two months later, the Bahali Provincie leaders in Ubago mobilized the army The country's predominantly population of 23 The capital city is K'wane, located in the west it was Dissolved and divided in the Ubagi Republic, ,Bahal ,Adyr ,Cleosonia


Shortly after the chaotic dissolution of Ubago, King Yourigwane proclaimed Bahal, one of the territory's wealthiest provinces which had accounted for nearly fifty per cent of Ubagonese revenues, an independent and autonomous nation. According to Yourigwane and his officials at the time, this action was taken to secede from chaos in Ubago

Revolt and Current History

The June Revolution in Bahal in 2015. It was centered on Bahalneya, then the capital (now Bahal City ), on 12 June The revolution was confined to the capital and its vicinity, and lasted less than a week. It involved mass demonstrations and armed clashes with the gendarmes, the last loyal forces of the Bahali monarchy. In the last days the Bahali Army forces sided with the revolutionaries. The immediate result of the revolution was the abdication of King-Chief, Joerigwane , the end of the dynasty, and the end of the Kingdom of Bahal. The Chief-King was replaced by a Bahali Republic under the leadership of the Revoluition. On 26 June the position of President have been replaced with Supreme Leader


after the revolution the constitution stated that Bahal was in a transitional phase of development; in nationalist ideology, the transitional stage is the time when the Bahali people unite to establish one Bahali nation. The end of the transitional era would be marked by a permanent constitution;. The National Party of Bahal dominate all government institutions, and the top decision-making body in the country is the Supreme People's Revolutionary Congress (SPRC). The SPRC was controlled by the National Party; SPRC members had to be members of the National Party, The President of Bahal, was also SPRC chairman and the National Party's All decisions within the SPRC had to be decided by vote; a proposition could only be enacted if two-thirds of SPRC members voted in favour of it.

The constitution proclaimed Bahal as "self-reliant nationalist state" dedicated to the establishment of a nationalist society. Although the state was officially secular, Islam was proclaimed the country's state religion (although freedom of religion was tolerated). Natural resources and the principal means of production were defined as belonging to the Bahali people.

Political parties

Party Name Logo Initials Leader Position Colours Seats
National Party NAH Logo.gif NP Hans Doorn Right-wing to Far-right blue
10 / 10

Administrative divisions

Bahal is subdivided into five provinces, each governed from a local center, usually the largest local city, which is called the capital of that province. The provincial authority is headed by a Governor-General, who is appointed by the Minister of the Interior subject to approval of the cabinet.

Map Name Capital Population Governor-General
MahsalandMap.png Mahsaland Bahal City 7 Stijn Dros
HabMap.png Habiba'abi Jonathan City 12 Killian van De Vaart
Tegmandula.png Tegmandula Freetown 3 TBA
Frances.png Sudan Balggdad 4 Anuar Laddas
East Niger.png East Niger Dzjnder 5 Kevin Vanhaar

Foreign relations

Bahal maintains positive relations and has diplomatic missions in many countries such as The Netherlands, China, Egypt, and the United States. The government has focused a great deal on encouraging foreign investments and trade. Bahal has embassies in Cairo and, Washington, D.C., Zoetermeer, Shanghai and Berlin,

Recognized micronations/nations


Flag of the BAF.

The Republic of Bahal has two types of armed forces: the regular forces Army, Air Force, and Navy and the Legianas, totaling about 34 active troops. Bahal also has around 13 Reserve Force totaling around 13 trained troops. Bahal has a paramilitary, volunteer militia force within the Legianas, called the People's Militra, which includes about all citizens full-time, active-duty uniformed members. Up to 45 men and women are members of the PM who could potentially be called up for service;

Since the Revolution, to overcome foreign embargo, Bahal has developed its own military industry, produced its own guns, guided missiles,


Bahal is a landlocked nation in West Africa located along the border between the Sahara and Sub-Saharan regions. Its area is 2 square kilometers, Its bordered by 4 countries: Niger, Adiyir, Uguria and Ubago


Bahal's climate is largely hot and dry, with most of the country in a desert region. The terrain there is predominantly desert plains and sand dunes. In the extreme east, there is a small lake Lake Bahal

Current issues

Current environmental issues in Bahal include: overgrazing, soil erosion, deforestation, desertification, recurring droughts, and endangered wildlife populations (such as the African elephant, Northwest African cheetah, West African giraffe, and Addax), which are threatened because of poaching and habitat destruction


Bahal's economy is a mixture of corporatism , state ownership of Bahali enterprises, village agriculture, and small-scale private trading and service ventures. In 2015 GDP was $12.000 PPP per capita. Bahal is ranked as an upper-middle income economy In the early periods after the revoluition the service sector contributed the largest percentage of the GDP, followed by industry (mining and manufacturing) and agriculture The Central Bank of the Bahali Republic is responsible for developing and maintaining the Bahali Kwanzanga, which serves as the country's currency. The government doesn't recognize trade unions other than the National Workers Union, which are subject to the approval of employers and the security services.

The administration continues to follow the market reform plans of the previous one and indicated that it will diversify Bahal's arguculture-reliant economy. Bahal has also developed a trade, technology, and weapons industry.


Before 2015, education was not free in the Kingdom of Bahal and was therefore either inaccessible

Education in Bahal is highly centralized and is divided into basic education and higher education. basic education can be compared with Primary education is supervised by the Ministry of State Education and higher education is under supervision of Ministry of the Interior. over 90% of the Bahali population is now literate, Basic school (Madrjdeza Kabune) starts at the age of 3 for a duration of 10 years. Middle school, also known as orientation cycle (Madrjdeza Rez'ah), goes from the sixth to the eighth grade. is not mandatory, is divided between theoretical, vocational/technical and manual, each program with its own specialties. The requirement to enter into higher education is to have a basic school diploma, and finally pass the national university entrance examination, Bahali University Entrance Exam (Konkur), which is the equivalent of the French baccalauréat exam.


Unlike the most states, Bahal is an etnocratic country, consisting of Bahali People Bahal's population grew rapidly after the revoluition increasing from about 18 to 45 According to the Bahali Constitution, the government is required to provide every citizen of the country with access to social security that covers retirement, unemployment, old age, disability, accidents, calamities, health and medical treatment and care services. This is covered by tax revenues and income derived from public contribution


The majority of the population speaks the Bahali language, (Bah'aal Dzworokka) which is also the official language of the country. Others include the rest of the Ubago languages belonging to the The English language which is by far the most spoken language in the country are spoken in different areas in Bahal, but is especially widely and dominantly spoken in Tegmundga. Arabic is also spoken by the small Arab minorty.


In 2015, before the revolution, health conditions were significantly behind the developed countries. The Bahali principle of health care was conceived by the Ministery of Health in 2015. Health care is to be controlled by the state and would be provided to its citizens free of charge, this at the time being a revolutionary concept. Article 17 of the Bahali Constitution gave all citizens the right to health protection and free access to any health institutions in the Republic of Bahal. Before the republic became in power, the healthcare system of Bahal was held in high esteem by many foreign specialists. This changed however,, the Bahali health care system

After the revolution, the life expectancy for all age groups went up. This statistic in itself was seen by some that the cooperatist system was superior to the capitalist system. These improvements continued The Republic of Bahal had several centers of excellence, such as the Bahali Medicare Assisation


The culture of the Bahal passed through several stages during the Bahal's two-year existence. During the first eleven month following the formation , there was relative freedom and artists experimented with several different styles to find a distinctive Bahali style of art. Rick wanted art to be accessible to the Bahali people.

After the revoluition The government encouraged a variety of trends. In art and literature, numerous schools, some traditional and others radically experimental, proliferated. Bahali writers were active during this time. Film, as a means of influencing a largely illiterate society, received encouragement from the state; Bahali culture was characterised by the rise and domination of the government-imposed style of bahali realism, with all other trends being severely repressed, with rare exceptions, for example . Many writers were imprisoned


Field Pea

Bahali Cuisine refers to the food which is considered traditional in Bahal or recopies which have been developed by Bahalicitizens. It also refers to the shared culinary traits found in Bahali people

Bahali cuisine is largely based on plants. The national dish is Field pea, which is traditionally cookd and seasoned with powder,. Another popular food is Sheep Meat with vegetables, which is traditionally served in sauce consisting of blended broccoli


Bahali symbolism refers to the national symbols used in Bahal. bahal has two official national animals, the Giraffe and the Tiger. The San'aan is the most famous Bahali symbol and is used in flag the coat of arms and other documents such as offical papers and passports As well on unoficcial documents


The majority of the population speaks the Bahali language, (Bah'aal Dzworokka) which is also the official language of the country. Others include the rest of the Ubago languages belonging to the The English language which is by far the most spoken language in the country are spoken in different areas in Bahal, but is especially widely and dominantly spoken in Tegmundga. Arabic is also spoken by the small Arab minorty.