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| 'Kalkedonia Kingdom EN|
Kalkedonya Krallığı TR
|- Emperor||Lukas Can Kılınç 2016-unclear|
|- Prime minister||Faruk Aydın 2016-unclear|
|- Number of seats||- 25|
|- Last election||- 2016|
|Established||19 July 2016|
|Area claimed||Dark: Claimed Area / Light: Area Where Many Citizens|
|Population||70 (Online Based Population Count)|
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The Kalkedonia Kingdom was a micronation and based in Üsküdar, Turkey. It was founded in June 2016 by Lukas Can Kılınç. It was last recognized as active in July 2016, and has registered no activity on their Facebook group as of 2018. During its short period of activity, it was not recognized by any outside government.
The name of Kalkedonia was chosen because it was the name of the Üsküdar district under the Byzantine Empire period.
The country was a parliamentary monarchy system. The King and the Prime Minister assumed the title of the country's leadership. The Prime Minister presided over the Council and Parliament. The King evaluated the decisions of these authorities. National Assembly consisted of 25 seats. There were two political parties, the Conservative Party; a right wing party in favor of laissez-faire economics, and the Democratic Party, a left wing party in favor of a government controlled economy. The first elections resulted in victory for the Conservative Party.
The state was organized through the state ministries. There were 5 ministries: Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Communications and the Ministry of Economy. All of these ministries reported to the Prime Minister.
Top row (left to right): Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Bottom row (left to right): Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Communications