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Motto: None
Anthem: Anthem of Połiak-Baránok
CapitalGyögiszertár (de facto)
None (de jure)
Official languagesSlovak
Secular state
GovernmentUnitary republic (de facto)
Federal semi-presidential republic (de jure)
• President
S.D. (last)
• Prime Minister
Imrich Kvajda (last)
LegislatureFederal Parliament
• Established
18 January 2020
• Dissolved
23 March 2020
• Census
Time zoneUTC+1
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Second Republic of Baránok
Republic of Połiak
Federal Republic of Baránok
Republic of Połiak
Today part of

Połiak-Baránok (simply known as P-B) was a short-lived nation that consisted of the Second Republic of Baránok and Połiak. It was established on 18 January 2020 and was dissolved on 23 March 2020. It is the direct predecessor of the Federal Republic of Baránok and the Republic of Połiak.


Połiak-Baránok was originally established on 18 January 2020 with S.D. as President and Imrich Kvajda as Prime Minister. From the beginning, many conflicts were held between Połiaks and Baranese citizens, because some Baranese hated Połiaks. The cause is unknown. Also, there were several coup d'état attempts to overthrow the Połiakese President S.D., but all of these failed. On 3 March 2020, founders of Baránok Kvajda and A.H. announced to the President S.D. that they declared independence of Baránok from Połiak-Baránok, but shortly after, they dissolved the new country, because Kvajda was appointed Prime Minister of Połiak-Baránok. That was also the cause of government crisis on 18 March 2020, because Minister of Defence S.S. refused to resign after his hate speech on Połiaks. After around six hours, he finally gave up and resigned. But the conflicts continued, and that was the cause of referendum about dissolution of Połiak-Baránok on 22 and 23 March 2020, which ended existence of this country and Federal Republic of Baránok was established.

Flag of Poland was also sometimes used as the flag of Połiak-Baránok as Połiak was originally named "Poland".