Kingdom of Lisa
The Kingdom of Lisa is a fledgling, socially progressive nation, renowned for its compulsory military service. The hard-working, democratic population of 26 million Lisan enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.
The relatively small government juggles the competing demands of Welfare, Defense, and Education. The average income tax rate is 9.8%.
The strong Lisan economy, worth 260 billion Dinars a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Tourism industry, with major contributions from Mining of minerals, Seaport hotel and casino service complex and Beef-Based Agriculture. Average income is 52,113 Dinars, and evenly distributed, with the richest citizens earning only 4.9 times as much as the poorest.
Crime, especially youth-related, is well under control.
Historically, Lisa was part of the Roman Empire, then the Great Duchy of Castina, the Holy Roman Empire, and the Austro-Hungarian empire. When the Austro-Hungarian empire collapsed after World War I, the Lisa joined the Castina Empire to form an independent nation that was later renamed Kingdom of Lisa in 1929. After the War In the second world, Lisa is protected by Norway. In 1977, Norway gives independence to the Kingdom of Lisa, leading to Lisa's declaration of an independent state on May 15, 1977. Lisa's independence was officially recognized by the world in 1978.
Lisa's economy is growing strongly and sustainably, with a per capita income higher than that of any other among the neighboring kingdom in area. Lisa and Castina is becoming a model of a transformative economy worth emulating.
Since 1977, Lisa has been a Parliamentary constitutional monarchy with a bicameral system. The head of state is the Empress and has primarily advisory and ceremonial duties. Executive power belongs to the Government headed by the Chancellor. Legislative power rests with the National Assembly and a small part in the House of Lords. The judicial branch of Lisa is independent of the executive and legislative branches.
Judicial powers in Lisa are exercised by judges, who are elected by the National Assembly. Judicial power in Lisa is exercised by courts with general responsibilities and specialized courts dealing with issues related to specific jurisdictions. The state prosecutor is an independent state authority responsible for prosecutions against suspected criminals. The Constitutional Court, composed of 9 judges elected for 9 years, decides the conformity of laws with the Constitution, all laws and regulations must be in accordance with the general principles of international law and with approved international agreements.
Kingdom of Lisa is situated at the crossroads of central and southeast, touching the Castina and bordering the Lisa Sea. The border of Lisa kingdom including the Kingdom of Castina, the Kingdom of Lua and the Kingdom of Yit, as well as the northern Lisa along its long border to Kingdom of Castina. Lisa's Adriatic coastline stretches approximately 47 km (29 mi) from Lua to Lisa. Its part south of Castina sea belongs to Castina Bay.
On the Castina plain to the east and northeast, toward the Castina and Lua borders, the landscape is essentially flat. However, the majority of Lisan terrain is hilly or mountainous, with around 90% of the surface 200 meters or more above sea level.
Humid subtropical climate on the coast, oceanic climate in most of are located in the north of the kingdom of Lisa, continental climate with mild to hot summers and cold winters in the plateaus and mountains on the north, subpolar and tundra climate above the treeline on the highest mountain peaks. Precipitation is high away from the coast, with the spring being particularly prone to rainfall. Lisa's Highland have frequent snowfalls during the winter.
Kingdom of Lisa has a developed economy with the highest per capita income of any Neighboring Kingdom, at $50,269 in 2020. Lisa today is a developed country enjoying prosperity and stability, as well as a GDP per capita that is significantly higher than that of other transition economies in neighboring kingdoms. As of 2020, Lisa's GDP reached 56,199 USD, ranking 1st in the world and 3rd in Europe.
During the first decade of the twenty-first century, industries such as finance, banking, telecommunications, and others were privatized. In addition, restrictions on foreign investment are being lifted, and foreign direct investment is expected to increase. Kingdom of Lisa is currently the most developed economy among the Neighboring Kingdom in 2004.