Federal Republic of Mendersia
Kybistani Protectorate of Mendersia
Motto: Glory, Pride, Power!
Anthem: Mendersia, land of beauty, land of freedom
Map of Mendersia (orthographic projection)
and largest city
|Recognised regional languages||Hindi, Italian, Dutch, Hungarian, Spanish|
|Ethnic groups||Czechs (71.4%)
Indians (5.72%) Dutch (5.72%) Americans (5.72%) Slovakians (2.86%) Italians (2.86%) Hungarians (2.86%) Spaniards (Colombia) (2.86%)(de facto)Mendersians (100%) (de iure)
|Independence from the Czech Republic|
• Declaration of Independence
|24th November 2019|
• First elections
|6th December 2019|
• First constitution
|18th February 2020|
|0.5482 km2 (0.2117 sq mi)|
|70/km2 (181.3/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Central European Time (UTC+1)|
|Date format||dd. mm. yyyy;|
|Drives on the||right|
Mendersia, officially the Kybistani Protectorate of Mendersia is a self-declared nation in the Czech Republic, from which it declared independence on 24 November 2019. According to the constitution, Mendersia is a semi-presidential democratic republic with the unicameral United Parliament with 8 seats, located in New-Zatec.
Mendersia is a landlocked country in northern Bohemia with area of approximately 0.5482 km2. Mendersia borders the Czech Republic . It is administratively divided into three republics. The capital of Mendersia is New-Zatec. Mendersia is an member of the MOF and state in Czech sector.
- 1 History
- 2 Government
- 3 Administrative divisions
- 4 Name
- 5 Foreign relations
- 6 Geography
- 7 Culture
- 8 Public holidays
- 9 Population
- 10 Related articles
- 11 External links
Mendersia was part of the Kingdom of Bohemia, Austria-Hungary, Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic until 24 November 2019, when it, with small help of few representatives of the Gymnasium State, declared independence from the Czech Republic.
The independence was declared on 24 November 2019, but originally was supposed to be established on 15 June 2020 according to founder of Mendersia, Eric Smith. Since it's establishment, Mendersia has 35 citizens.
Mendersia is currently a Kybistani protectorate.
There is only one political party in Mendersia:
- MPNC - Mendersian Party Nationally Conservative
|Mendersian Party Nationally Conservative||MPNC||Jan Mírný||centre-right||
President and Prime Minister
The current President is Jan Mírný and the current Prime Minister is František Heller.
There are 5 ministries in Mendersia.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The current Minister of Foreign Affairs is vacant.
Ministry of Economy
The current Minister of Economy is vacant.
Ministry of the Army and Education
The current Minister of the Army and Education is vacant. The commander of the Army of Mendersia is the Minister of the Army and Education (vacant).
Ministry of Ecology
The current Minister of Ecology is vacant.
Ministry of Population
The current Minister of Population is vacant.
Mendersia's army is mobilized during the war and has 35 soldiers consisting of all Mendersian citizens. The military is mostly unarmed.
Mendersia is divided into 3 republics.
|Flag||Character||Name||Photo||Origin||Number of citizens||Governor|
|Republic of Comenius Alley||February 9, 2020||14||Waldemar Smith|
|Republic of Gymnasium||1||none (de jure)
Vanness Diepoldess (de facto)
|Republic of Sand Mountain||20||John Jindor Smith|
The original name Mendersia was Republic of Žatec, but the idea was abandoned in September 2019. The name Mendersia originated from the word Men-Men and the addition of suffix -dersia.
Mendersia maintains good relations with all members of the UMCE as well as other micronations.
Foreign relations are taken care of by the Ministry and the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Mendersia is relatively low, but the highest point of Mendersia is Sand Mountain (318 m).
Mendersia climate is mainly dry, but it rains more in the Sand Mountain.
The culture in Mendersia is very similar to the Czech culture, and also close to the culture of Mekniy.
National dishes include chicken, schnitzel and sauces (tomato, sirloin and dill) and other popular dishes are pizza, hamburger, etc.
Most of the Mendersia holidays were mostly taken over from the Czech Republic, including the holidays celebrating Czech statehood.
List of public holidays
- 1 January - New Year
- 6 January - Three Kings
- Movable - Good Friday
- Movable - Easter Monday
- 1 May - Labor Day
- 17 November - Day of Fight for Freedom and Democracy/Student Day
- 24 November - Independce Day
- 5 December - St. Nicholas Day
- 24 December - Christmas Eve
- 25 December - Christmas Day
Most of the inhabitants of Mendersia are mainly Czechs and Mendersians.