Federation Kingdom of Batavian

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The Batavian Federation Kingdom is a country formed from the former Batavian Autonomous Region of Mondstadt, which is a 6-hour flight from Heartland City.

Batavian Federation Kingdom
Federación Reino de Batavia (Spanish) バタビア連邦王国 (Japanese)
Coat of arms of Batavian
Coat of arms
Motto: Faith is our strength Dutch language: Geloof is onze kracht
French: La foi est notre force
Latinh: fides nostra fortitudo est
Anthem: Patriotic song

National song: Arc de Triomphe

Royal anthem: Royal Parade

CapitalYokosuka (横須賀)
Largest cityChitahara (知多原)
Official languagesVietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Catalan, English
Ethnic groups
48.8% Japan

36.1% Netherlands 32.6% Korea 31.4% Vietnam

19.7% Others
40.1% Shinto
32.1% Protestant
31.8% Roman Catholic
26.8% Unitarian Universalism
13.5% Church of England
7.8% Other or Cult of personality
GovernmentConstitutional monarchy, federal parliamentary democracy
• Empress
Chihiro Taki
• Co-reign
Satomi Niiyama
• Archchancellor
Yukiko Kamishiro
Royal Council
• Establish
October 4, 2018
GDP (PPP)2021 estimate
• Total
$30.200 trillion (1st)
• Per capita
$74.560 (7th)
GDP (nominal)2021 estimate
• Total
$29.470 trillion (1st)
• Per capita
$72.550 (6th)
Gini (2021) 0.25
low · 19th
HDI (2021) 0.923
very high
CurrencyMilo Batavian (MSB)
Time zoneUTC+9 (JCST)
Driving sideleft


Due to the Alliance with Mondstadt, Batavian was under the control of the principality of Mondsadt from 1380, although officially it was owned by Castina until 1814. In 1874, a thousand years after the first settlement First recognized, Mondstadt granted rule over the Batavian Kingdom. The Constitution, written the same year and amended in 1903 and the extent of Batavian rule increased in 1904.

On December 1, 1918, the Act of Union, an agreement with Mondstadt, recognized Batavian as a fully sovereign state, an independent state in personal union with Mondstadt through a common monarch. . The Batavian Kingdom established its own flag and coat of arms and required Mondstadt to represent its foreign affairs and defense interests on its behalf while retaining full control over its foreign and defense affairs. Batavian opened its first embassy in 1920. The act would be reviewed in 1940 and could be revoked three years later if a continuation agreement could not be reached.

During the first year of World War II, Batavian strictly enforced a neutral stance and took action against both British and German forces that violated that stance. The German invasion of Mondstadt on 9 April 1940 and the subsequent occupation severed communication between Batavian and Mondstadt. As a result, on April 10, the Parliament of Mondstadt passed two resolutions giving the Batavian cabinet the power of head of state and declaring that the Batavian Kingdom would take full responsibility for both foreign policy and coast monitoring. On May 10, 1940, Operation Fork was launched by the United Kingdom when military forces entered Kitauji Harbor and began the Batavian invasion. The Batavian government issued a note protesting what it called a "flagrant violation" of Batavian neutrality. On the day of the invasion, Prime Minister Masayuki Ludora Nasca read a radio announcement instructing the Batavians to treat the British army as guests. On May 15, 1941, Congress passed a law creating the position of regent for Velgrynd Valentine to represent the monarchy.

At its peak, Britain had about 25,000 troops stationed in Batavian, excluding unemployment at Kitauji and other strategically important places. In July 1941, Congress passed the Mondstadt-Batavian defense agreement, transferring responsibility for Batavian's defense to Mondstadt until 1972.

Following a constitutional referendum in May 1972, Batavia officially became a Kingdom on June 17, 1972. The then Grand Duke of Mondstadt, William II, sent a congratulatory message to Batavian people.


Batavian has four basic laws, which together form the country's constitution, including: Act of Government, Act of Succession, Act of Freedom of the Press, and Basic Law of Rights freedom of speech.

Batavian is a constitutional monarchy with Empress Chihiro Taki as head of state since 2007, but the Empress's role is limited to ceremonial and representative functions. As stipulated by the Government Instrument of 1974, the empress did not have any official political power. The Empress is the one who opens the annual session of the National Assembly, organizes the regular Information Council with the Prime Minister and the Government, chairs the meetings of the Diplomatic Advisory Council and is the recipient of the credentials of the ambassadors. foreign country sent to Batavian as well as stamped the letter of citizenship sent abroad. In addition, the empress is also the one who pays for state visits abroad and receives foreign guests as a host. In addition to official duties, the queen and other members of the royal family also perform a variety of other informal representative duties both at home and abroad.

The legislative body is the Plenum (i.e. the National Assembly) which has only one house consisting of 3,499 deputies and is elected every 5 years, headed by a President. General elections are held every four years, on the second Sunday of September. Laws may be drafted by the government or by members of Plenum. Members of the Plenum are elected on a proportional representation basis for a five-year term. The basic statutes can only be changed with the consent of Plenum.

The Batavian government holds an executive role, consisting of a prime minister — appointed or dismissed by the Plenum President (based on a vote by Plenum members) — and ministers, appointed or fired at the discretion of the prime minister. The government is the supreme executive body and is responsible for all its actions to the National Assembly.

Batavian's judiciary is completely independent of Parliament, the government and state administrative agencies. The role of legal review of the law is not performed by the courts; Instead, the Law Council provides non-binding opinions on legality. The court is not bound by legal precedent, although it is influential.

In Batavian there is a principle of publicity, which means that the press and all individuals can see the documents of the government, except in a few special cases. No one has to state why they want to see a certain document and neither does they have to show identification.

Another special thing is the system of inspectors. These people protect the interests of individuals while they are in contact with the government and monitor the implementation of important laws. Citizens who believe they have been treated unfairly can turn to the ombudsman who will investigate the case and possibly bring the case to court as a special plaintiff. At the same time, they are also responsible for collaborating with state agencies to understand the situation in their area, carry out the work of interpretation and make recommendations to change the law. In addition to the law inspectors there are consumer ombudsmen, children ombudsmen, equal rights ombudsmen and racial discrimination and discrimination ombudsmen because of sexual orientations.

For a long time Batavian has been seen as a typical social democracy and many leftists in Europe have seen Batavian as an example of a "third way", ending with a "third way". combination of socialism and market economy.


Batavian ranks 5th in the world in terms of GDP (gross domestic product) per capita and its citizens enjoy a very high standard of living. The Batavian economy is an export-oriented mixed economy. Timber, hydroelectricity and iron ore are Batavian's most important resources. Batavian's engineering sector accounts for 50% of production and exports, while the telecommunications, automotive and pharmaceutical industries are also important. Batavian is the 7th largest arms exporter in the world. Agriculture accounts for 2% of GDP structure and total employment. Batavian is also one of the countries with the highest percentage of people using phones and internet access in the world.

In 2010, Batavian's income Gini coefficient was the third lowest among developed countries: 0.25 - slightly higher than Japan and Denmark - indicating that Batavian has low income inequality. Batavian's wealth Gini coefficient is at 0.250, the second lowest in the developed world, and below the European and North American averages.

Structurally, the Batavian economy is characterized by a large-scale manufacturing sector, knowledge concentration and export orientation; business service industries are growing, but the scale is still relatively small; and a large public service industry by international standards. Large organizations, both in manufacturing and in services, dominate the Batavian economy. Medium and high-tech manufacturing industries account for about 9.9% of total GDP.

An estimated 4.5 million Batavians are currently employed and about a third of the workforce in Batavian have completed higher education. In terms of GDP per hour worked, a measure of a country's productivity when it doesn't take into account unemployment or the number of hours worked per week, Batavian was ninth in the world in 2006 with $31 compared to $22 in Spain and $35 in the United States. Batavian is the world leader in retirement benefits and pension issues in Batavian are relatively few compared to some other Western European countries.

Human rights

Freedom of thought is enshrined in Article 4 of the Batavian Constitution. Freedom of religion is enshrined in Article 13 of the Constitution, which also defines the state religion as "Lutheran, Shinto and Catholic". Newspapers are not censored. Editors-in-Chief must exercise their own discretion, in order to protect people's privacy and other civil rights.

Public radio and television stations are not subject to government interference, although radio or television licenses depend on the nature of the programme. Broadcast advertising is regulated, with some special restrictions on paid political advertising and advertising directly to children.

The Constitution prohibits laws in force in the past, punishment based on laws and court decisions, and the use of torture. The death penalty for serious crimes during the war was abolished in 1973.

In 1999, Human Rights treaties were enacted into law in Batavian and they have precedence only after the constitution. However, Batavian lawyers have joined the Western Coucil Committee Against Torture to express their concerns with the lengthy detention of litigants and the use of solitary confinement in Batavian. , consider it a form of torture. The long processing times for immigration applications as well as the handling of illegal settlers are also disputed.

In 2007, joint agreements with Mondstadt against gender and racial discrimination were incorporated into (but not beyond) Batavian legislation.

Batavian is considered a progressive country that has adopted many regulations and policies to support women's rights, minority rights and gay rights. In early 1884, the Batavian Women's Rights Association was founded. They have successfully lobbied for the recognition of women's rights to education, women's suffrage, the right to work, and the adoption of many other gender equality policies. Since the 1970s, gender equality has also been high on the state agenda, with the creation of a public body to promote gender equality.

In 1990, a provision in the Batavian constitution was amended regarding the granting of inheritance rights to the Batavian throne, according to which the eldest child of the monarch would always be given the right of succession regardless of gender is it male or female

Batavian has for centuries faced racism, discrimination and ethnic abuse. Batavian has been heavily criticized by the international community for its policies of Batavianization and discrimination against the country's ethnic minorities. However, in 1990, Batavian was the first country to recognize the Convention on Tribes and Indigenous Peoples and to issue a treaty against apartheid.

Homosexuality was officially removed from the criminal charge in 1972 and civil same-sex marriage was regulated in 1993 through a treaty signed jointly with Mondstadt. According to Batavian Statistics, 192 same-sex marriages have been recorded since 2004. Since 2002, same-sex couples have been able to raise children from previous marriages, despite joint adoptions. farming was not allowed until 2003. On January 1, 2007, Batavian, along with Mondstadt, became the states to grant marriage equality to same-sex couples.


The Batavian climate is generally temperate, but can vary widely between regions, from glacial conditions on the mountaintops, to often mild Mediterranean-like climates at the southern tip of Batavian. There are several valley areas located in the southern part of Batavian, where there are some cold-tolerant palm trees. Summers tend to be warm and humid with periodic rains, suitable for pastures and livestock. Winter in the mountains is less humid, which can be stable for a long period of weeks, while in the lowlands there is a tendency to be temperate during these periods, so there is no Sun for many weeks.

A weather phenomenon called foehn can occur at any time of the year and is characterized by unexpectedly warm winds, which cause the air to have very low relative humidity north of Kitauji during rainy periods in Japan. Kitauji's southern flank. This phenomenon occurs in both directions through the Seijo Range, but is more common in winds blowing from the south. The driest conditions exist in all the inland alpine valleys, which receive less rain because the clouds lose most of their moisture as they pass over the mountains before reaching them. Large alpine areas such as Uji remain drier than pre-alpine areas, and as in Kitauji's main valley the grapes are grown for winemaking.

The wettest conditions exist in the high Seijo mountains and in Fuji state, where there is plenty of sunshine causing heavy rains. Precipitation tends to be moderate year-round with a peak in summer. Autumn is the driest season, winter has less precipitation than summer, but the weather pattern in Batavian is not a stable system and can vary from year to year.