Democratic People's Republic of Holland

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Flag of Democratic People's Republic of Holland French: République Populaire Démocratique de Hollande Russian: Голландская Народно-Демократическая Республика Chinese: 荷兰民主人民共和国 Japanese: オランダ民主人民共和国 Arabic: جمهورية هولندا الشعبية الديمقراطية Hebrew: הרפובליקה הדמוקרטית של הולנד Lao: ຊາທິປະໄຕປະຊາຊົນຂອງສາທາລະນະຂອງຮໍແລນ
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State Emblem
Motto: Indépendant maintenant et pour toujours!
(French:Independent now and forever!)
StatusUnrecognised state Recognised by the COU as de jure part of Quebec
Capital
and largest city
Hollande
Official languagesEnglish
Recognised national languagesFrench, Québécois Cryillic
Ethnic groups
(2019)
89% White
10% Québécois
Religion
Catholicism
Demonym(s)Hollish
GovernmentFederal one-party semi-presidential socialist republic (de jure)
One-party dictatorship (de facto)
Tyler Boyle
LegislaturePeople's Assembly
Partially recognised state
23 May 2019
23–24 May 2019
• Recognition
3 non-COU members
Area
• Total
2,072 km2 (800 sq mi)
Population
• Estimate
14
CurrencyHollish Ruble
Time zoneEST
Date formatdd/mm/yy
yyyy-mm-dd (AD)
Driving sideright

Holland, or Hollande, officially the Democratic People's Republic of Holland, is a primarily unrecognised state that split off from the Kingdom of Quebec after the dissolution of Azarathia and mostly consists of a narrow strip of land between Holland road and the state of Michigan. Holland has been recognised only by three other mostly non-recognised states: Abkhazia, Artsakh, and South OssetiaThe region is considered by the Concordian Unional Organisation to be part of Quebec.

Holland is designated by the Kingdom of Quebec as the Holland autonomous territorial unit with special legal status. After the dissolution of Azarathia, tensions between Quebec and the breakaway Holland territory escalated into a military conflict that started in May 23 and was concluded by a ceasefire in May 24 that same year. As part of that agreement, a three-party (Quebec, Holland and, COU) Joint Control Commission supervises the security arrangements in the demilitarised zone, comprising twenty localities on both sides of the strip. Although the ceasefire has held, the territory's political status remains unresolved: Holland is an unrecognised but de facto independent semi-presidential republic with its own government, People's Assembly, military, police, postal system, currency and vehicle registration. Its authorities have adopted a constitution, flag, state anthem and State emblem. It is the only country still using an older design of the hammer and sickle on its flag.

Etymology

The region can also be referred to in English as Holland, not to be confused with Holland in the Netherlands, is named after a street that runs through the region. The street is named Holland Road which runs through most of Holland and a little in Taylor, Michigan. The name comes from a former province of the Netherlands where the cloth was made, from Dutch, earlier Holtlant (from holt ‘wood’ + -lant ‘land’).

History

The first and current President, Tyler Boyle fully created the DPR's laws, principals and flag. Since 23 May 2019. He established the Worker's Party and declare the nation to be a semi-presidential socialist republic under one party.

Culture

Most of the Cultural ideas comes from the outside world of Holland. The ideas of liberty come from the US State of Michigan which it borders and Social ideas from the neighboring Kingdom of Quebec.

Music

Music is the most frequent form of Quebec culture. Classical and some Rock is popular in Holland, however playing music too loud is illegal.

Architecture

Architecture in Holland is very 70s or 80s style. This is due to lacks of money to keep building new types of buildings.

Art

The most art is inspired by the Soviet cold war era artwork and posters.

Rights

After its independence, the DPR put a law against LGBTQ rights, the law had pratically made LGBTQ rights or activitys illegal as by the state they have been deemed, unnatural and unclean.

Business

Holland has no private markets or business. All are either state owned or state operated.

Government and politics

The government is a semi-presidential socialist republic, with a bicameral government. The President is the head of all government agencies and armed forces. The government is ran also by the People's Assembly however it has no power and cannot overrule the President.

National holidays

National holidays practiced by the Kingdom of Quebec are significant to the countries history, and culture.

Holiday Date Meaning
Red Army Day May 25 Formation of the Hollish Red Army in May 2019.
Hollish Day May 23 A day to celebrate the foundation of the DPR
Victory Day May 9 Celebrate the Allies win over Axis powers
Memorial Day May 24 In remembrance of the Quebecois-Hollish War
Constitution Day May 26 Formation of the national law and rights in the DPR

Geography and Climate

Most of the land area in Holland is mostly flat of a little hilly. There are many forested places around Holland and many small plants and trees.

Holland as seen from car on Holland road

Quebec is located southwest of the US state of Michigan, the climate is close to the city of Taylor.

Climate data for Hollande
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °F (°C) 32
(0)
35
(1.7)
46
(7.8)
59
(15)
70
(21.1)
79
(26.1)
84
(28.9)
82
(27.8)
74
(23.3)
62
(16.7)
49
(9.4)
36
(2.2)
59
(15)
Average low °F (°C) 18
(-7.8)
19
(-7.2)
28
(-2.2)
38
(3.3)
49
(9.4)
58
(14.4)
63
(17.2)
62
(16.7)
54
(12.2)
43
(6.1)
33
(0.6)
24
(-4.4)
40.8
(4.86)
Source: National Weather Service of Michigan

List of political parties

As a one-party state, there is only one seat in the People's Assembly.

Party Ideology Spectrum Leader Foundation People's Assembly seats Logo
Worker's Party WPoH Socialism
Left Tyler Boyle 7 October 2018
1 / 1
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Foreign affairs

The Democratic People's Republic of Holland recognizes these sovereign states, and their colonies.