Democratic Republic of Mapistan
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Demokratik Republik Mapistan (mpn)
Para kitelnai, para kitel de kapita, i para lexa.
For the citizens, the president and the law. (English)
Raise up, people of the Mapistan
|Capital city||Mapistan City|
|Largest city||Mapistan City|
|Official language(s)||French (administrative and official language)|
Mapistani, English (official)
|Short name||Mapistan, DRM|
|Government||Syed Government (Mapistan)|
|- President of the Mapistan||Dominik Klos|
|- Prime Minister of the Mapistan||Ali Haider Syed|
|Legislature||The Bordel National|
|- Type||- Unicameral|
|- Number of seats||- 12|
|- Last election||- Mapistani General Election, April 2017|
|Established||20 April 2016|
|Area claimed||23 385 m²|
Mapistan, officially the Democratic Republic of Mapistan and also known by the acronym DRM, is a democratic republic surrounded by Belgian territory.
It was created first as the Republic of Mapistan on 18 February 2016, which became the United States of Mapistan and New Germany after reuniting with the New German State on 13 April 2016. After a coup d'etat by then-President of the State of Mapistan Dominik Klos, the nation fell to become the Kingdom of Mapistan on 18 April 2016. Two days later, the Democratic Republic was established after Klos' overthrow by El-Jebarist advocates.
Mapistan was founded as a project of a nation of peace and where everyone would live happy and calm on 18 February 2016 by Dominik Klos. It then saw two prime ministers before the Union with New Germany on 13 April 2016. This was overthrown by Klos who was self-proclaimed king five days later just to get overthrown by advocates of returning pre-Union prime minister Mohamed El Jebari to power two days later. He later became president again. The Mapistan has since seen eight governments, with the incumbent prime minister's Ali Syed's government ruling since 11 May 2017.
Democratic Republic of Mapistan
The Mapistani politics has never been stable. Currently it is dominated by the centre-left The Mix party, whose full name is: A Movement For the Universal Installation of The Cultural, Social and Financial Mix in The Democratic Republic of Mapistan (MUICSFMDRM).
|Linden's Revised System of Classification||4.6 (2017)|
|Matthew's Democracy System of classification||4.25 (2017)|
|Party Name||Emblem||Short Name||Leader(s)||Position||Colours||Seats in The Bordel National||Provincial governors|
|The Mix||LM||Dominik Klos
|Republican Party||PRA||Badr Ajanif||Right-wing||Blue|
|Johnson Movement||MJ||Osaertin Johnson||Left-wing||Red|
In Mapistan, every six monthes, the people elect their representatives at a one-person-one-vote basis, where the people vote for a party. The representatives seat in The Bordel National and are allocated proportionally to the number of votes. Every year, each province appoints an elector which choose a President.
The President is the head of state and can run for maximally ten terms. The prime minister can serve for unlimited time. He chooses his ministers.
There are ten ministries: Interior, Foreign, Defense, Finance, Education, Environment, Sport, Culture, Justice and Health.
The economy is ruled by the Bordelbank Mapistan.
The Mapistan is subdivided into seven provinces, each in turn subdivided into municipalities. There are the provinces and their municipalities:
- Mapistan City
- New Germany
- Forest of Mapistan
Tourists are welcome to the Mapistan.
The population of Occitania is 24. The most populated province is Mapistan City.
Citizens living abroad
All Mapistanis live outside of Mapistan, with 23 in Belgium and 1 in USA.
The Mapistan hasn't yet opened a diplomatic relation, except with New Germany but which is now part of the Mapistan.
- Mapistani One
- Mapistani Two
- Mapistani Three
- Mapistani Four
- Mapistani Five
- Mapistani Six
- Mapistani Seven
Other, smaller roads exist.
There's literally nothing going on.
A plurality (41%) of Mapistanis identify themselves as Roman Catholic. 35% of Mapistanis are Muslim, with 18% religion-less and 6% Protestant, according to the March 2017 census.
The Mapistani Football Team represents Mapistan in the football's world.
|Gregorian New Year||1 January|
|Election Day||Wednesday before Mapistani New Year|
|National Day of Mapistan||Friday before Mapistani New Year|
|Mapistani New Year's Eve||First Saturday Strictly after 17 February|
|Mapistani New Year||First Sunday Strictly after 18 February|
|Union Day||13 April|
|International Workers' Day||1 May|
|Peace days||8–9 May|
|Democracy Day||28 May|
|Free Media Day||2 July|
|Civil War Peace Commemoration||12 September|
|President's Election Day||2 December|
The Mapistan has a postal company : MapiPost.
Orders, decorations, and medals