Republic of Baltia
Republic of Baltia
|Motto: "HONOR I OJCZYZNA"|
|Anthem: Baltish Patriotic Song|
|Official languages||Baltish, Polish|
|Recognised regional languages||Buddendorfian (Eastern mixed dialects)|
|German, Russian, English and Ukrainian|
|Fabian Nowak and Peter Rabbitson|
|Legislature||Conference of the Republic of Baltia|
|Rada of the Republic of Baltia|
|Duma of the Republic of Baltia|
|8th November 2019|
• the Rebirth of Baltia
|8th August 2020|
|33.57 km2 (12.96 sq mi)|
• 2023 census
|Currency||Baltish kross (BKR)|
|Time zone||UTC+1, UTC+2|
Baltia, officially the Republic of Baltia, a federal state in Central Europe. It consists of 9 federal states, with the capitals in Kreweno and Yerushalome covering an area of 33,57 km². Baltia has a population of over 3 thousand people. Helenów is the largest metropolis. Other major cities include Zarostowo, Kreweno and Mikorzyn
The event that was the first step on the road to the creation of the state of Baltia was the incorporation of the Baltic territories. This happened in unknown circumstances and time, but most likely in the second half of 2013. The main center of the Baltan state was Szczecin. The first historical ruler of Baltia was King Peter I, although later chronicles also mention the names of his ancestors.
Peter I took over the rule in the state of the Balts before 2014 and reigned until 2017 as the ruler of Langalia and the Reiona led together with Fabian I. At the beginning of the state of Balt, he concluded an alliance with Christian Poland. The most important effect of this alliance was the baptism of the Balt state by Peter I in 2016 and the imposition of the Christian religion on his state (called Langalia), which placed it in the circle of Central- Eastern civilization. The short- term consequences of Peter's decision were the arrival of the clergy to the Duchy of Szczecin, along with which a new concept of princely (later royal) power, administrative experience and the written word spread. Peter I, as the ruler of Petria, received the royal title in 2018. From the end of 2018, the Kingdom of Fabapetia was created when the tradition of having two rulers on the throne was initiated.
In 2019, after the expiration of Republic of Goleniów, which lasted until the beginning of this year, a monarchical state called Baltia was founded. The new state was called the Tsardom of Baltia.
In 2020, on July 11, Baltia was reborn when a khachkar - a flower cross - was adopted as its emblem. At the same time, the lands of Baltia were transferred to the Balkans and the name of the lands on Balania was changed. On August 8, 2020, Baltia was revived again. At that time, the former currency - rei, was changed to kross, and the lands were additionally enlarged by the so- called BaltiaCity (today Yerushalome) and from that day the official name was the Kingdom of Baltia and Balkan. In autumn 2020, Baltia changed its name to the Grand Duchy of Baltia.
At the end of 2020, Baltia changed its political system to state communism and changed its name to the Baltish People's Republic. One day later, the system was changed again to a republic, and from that day the name of Baltia was the Republic of Baltia. When such a great change was introduced, old traditions and also two presidents were preserved in Baltia.
Several times the baltia has divided and united.
On May 2, 2022, Baltia signed a neutrality pact.
Pursuant to the Constitution of the Republic of Baltia of 2022, Baltia is a republic based on a triple division of powers.
The Constitution of Baltia is the most important legal act in Baltia, established on January 1, 2022 by the State Council and approved in the national referendum on August 8, 2022. It was announced and entered into force on January 1. The constitution consists of 50 articles. The constitution defines the nature of the state system. It shows the way the main organs of the state are organized and operated. It defines the legal status of citizens and the way they influence the state policy.
The legislative power is a bicameral parliament (Duma and Rada), elected by direct universal and secret parliamentary elections for a term of 2 years from the date of the first session. Its main task is to legislate by passing constitutional and ordinary laws, including budgetary laws, and ratifying international agreements. Its extension is possible only during a state of emergency or up to 3 months after the end of the term of office.
The organization of the Duma, the order of work and the method of appointment and operation of their bodies are determined by the regulations adopted by each chamber.
The representatives of the Duma of the Republic of Baltia are the Council of State.
The deputies may form parliamentary clubs consisting of at least 3 members of parliament and, moreover, groups of deputies, for which also 3 deputies are needed.
The chairmen of parliamentary clubs together with their members form the Parliamentary Council, a body ensuring the cooperation of parliamentary clubs in matters related to the activities and course of work of the chamber in parliament. Deputies are entitled to immunity during their term of office.
The executive power
The body of executive power in Baltia is the State Council of Baltia. The president is elected by universal presidential election for a term of 8 years (the candidate who obtains an absolute majority of votes wins). According to the Constitution, Presidents are the highest representatives of the state in internal and international relations, guard the inviolability and integrity of the country's territory, and ensure the observance of the Constitution. Their powers include, inter alia, signing laws adopted by the government, ratifying international agreements, appointing judges, granting citizenship or applying the law of grace. The advisory body to the Council of State in matters of state security is the Council of Ministers. In matters of particular importance to the interests of the state, the president may convene the Duma - a joint meeting of the head of state with the Council of Ministers and Council of Administration. The Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Baltia assists the president in the performance of his duties and in the performance of his duties.
The Council of Ministers, or the government, is a collective body of executive power. It is composed of the president of the Council of Ministers (prime minister), deputy prime minister and ministers.
The procedure for creating the government is defined in the Constitution, according to which the president appoints the Council of Ministers together with the Prime Minister. Within 7 days, the prime minister presents the government's action program with a motion for a vote of confidence (support). The referendum passes a vote of confidence by an absolute majority of votes in the presence of at least half of the statutory number of deputies. In the event that the government is not granted a vote of confidence, the people elect the prime minister and the members of the Council of Ministers proposed by him within the next 14 days according to the same voting rules. The presidents form the government so elected and take an oath from its members. In case the government is not established in such a procedure. If a vote of confidence is not granted to the government in this manner, the President shortens the term of the Duma and calls new elections.
The judicial authorities in Baltia are: the Supreme Court, common courts (district, district and appellate courts) and special courts (military and administrative courts - district administrative courts and the Supreme Administrative Court). Together with the Royal Court, they form an independent judiciary. The judiciary is based solely on the law, independent of other state organs. Courts and tribunals pass judgments on behalf of the President of the Republic of Baltia, all judges and members of the tribunals are subject only to the Constitution and statutes (and in the case of the Royal Court, only to the Constitution). Judges cannot belong to any political party or trade unions (being apolitical). They are also prohibited from carrying out public activities that are contrary to the principles of the independence of the judiciary and the independence of judges.
The competences of the judiciary include adjudicating in cases in the field of criminal law, civil law and administrative law.
Article 5 of the Constitution of the Republic of Baltia prohibits the existence of parties referring in their programs to the totalitarian methods and practices of Nazism, fascism and communism, as well as those whose program or activity presupposes or allows national hatred, the use of violence to gain power, or provides for the secrecy of structures and activities.
Parties in Duma
- Baltish Socialist Party
- The Left
- Front for Change - Baltia 2030
- People's Party
- Modern Party of Baltia
|Coalition||Party||Abbr.||Ideology||Classic Political Scene||Seats in Parliament||Logo|
12 / 20
|The United Left||Baltish Socialist Party||ZL||BPS||socialism||• Left||
3 / 20
|The United Right||Modern Party of Baltia||ZP||NPB||Centre-right,
conservatism, right-wing populism, solidarism, christian Democrats, regionalism, eurosceptism
• Right wing
2 / 20
|New Right||NP||national conservatism,
|The Third Way||Front for Change - Baltia 2030||TD||FZ - BLT 2030||Centrism,
christian Democrats, liberal.
2 / 20
centrist, centre-right, Christian Democratic.
The Armed Forces of the Republic of Baltia is a popular term for the Baltiac army, divided into: Baltish Army, Air Army of the Republic of Baltia, Navy of the Republic of Baltia and the Territorial Defense Forces of the Republic of Baltia. Their main task is to defend the borders of Baltia against external attacks and to cooperate with NATO and the IMSO. Baltish armed forces have over 500 soldiers in active service and over 2,000 civilians trained for combat.
The main task of the Air Force is to conduct operations aimed at gaining air superiority and supporting the troops of other Kinds of the Armed Forces. Their precursor was the Blue Army Air Force during World War I.
The Navy is responsible for the defense of the coast and territorial waters. In terms of organization, it is an operational union - a fleet. The beginning of the military-maritime presence of the Baltians with Poles in the Baltic Sea dates back to the 15th century, while the modern Baltish naval forces were established in 2017 in Fabapety, reformed in 2020 in Baltia.
As part of cooperation with NATO and the IMSO alliance, Baltish troops are also stationed in other countries.
An administrative division
Baltia is a federal state, and the system of local government is based on duality, because apart from government administration agencies, there is a local self-government appointed for public tasks not reserved to other authorities. Its basic unit is the county.
According to the pact on changing borders of June 24, 2023, the units of administrative division are:
1st degree units - 9 countries
2nd degree units - 23 oblasts
3rd degree units - 8 cities
From 2022 to 2023, there is a three-tier administrative division of the country on
1st degree units - 3 republics
2nd degree units - 9 oblasts
3rd degree units - 25 counties
In 2021 , there was an administrative division of the country on
1st degree units - 5 custodies
2nd degree units - 3 cities
3rd degree units - 2 gromadas
In 2020, there was an administrative division of the country on
1st degree units - 5 custodies
2nd degree units - 6 deaneries
3rd degree units - 50 parishes
Baltia is located in the Central European Time zone, it is the solar time of the 15 ° meridian running, among others, west of Jelenia Góra, Zielona Góra and Gorzów Wielkopolski, and east of Szczecin. In winter, Central European Time (UTC + 01: 00) applies, and in summer (from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October) - Central European Summer Time (UTC + 02: 00).
Rivers and lakes
The longest river flowing through Baltia is Krępinka (Yerushalome, Zarostowo), other rivers flowing through Baltia are Ina (Kreveno), Wiśniówka (Helenów), Ininka (Mikorzyn) and Krasnokępka in Krasnokępy
There are two lakes in Baltia, in Kreveno there is Lake Leśne, and in Helenów there is Lake Chechło.
Baltia is situated in a temperate climate, summer is warm and comfortable, sometimes hot and dry, winter is long and quite cold, sometimes windy and frosty. In Baltia the average daily temperature ranges from -3 °C to 23 °C throughout the year. In winter, the air temperature rarely drops below -11 °C, while in summer it rarely exceeds 31 °C. The coldest month in Baltia is January and the warmest is July. In January the average daily temperature is 1 °C and in July 18 °C. The tourist season runs from mid-June to early September, it is by far the best time to visit Baltia. The growing season lasts about 200–220 days. The brightest month is June (6.3 kWh) and the darkest is December (0.5 kWh).
Baltia is a very lowland country, the highest point is 34 m above sea level and is located in Buddendorf, and the lowest point in Baltia is -1 m above sea level and is located in Jeruszalom.
This is the so-called "Yerushalomian Depression" .
Other high points include:
- Góra Lotnika (30 meters above sea level)
- Dębia Góra (21 meters above sea level)
- Mount Moriah (13 meters above sea level)
Nationalities and ethnic groups
The Baltians speak the Baltish language which belongs to the family of Slavic languages. Baltish is official language, although the law guarantees national minorities the use of their own languages, especially in areas where they are concentrated. In 4 counties, German, English, Russian and Ukrainian are used as auxiliary official languages.
According to the Census of 2023, Baltia is inhabited by the most Poles, Ukrainians and Baltians, in addition, according to the AC, Baltia is inhabited by such nationalities as: Americans, Lemkos, Irish, Belarusians, Kazakhs, Germans, Gypsies, Russians and British. In Baltia, a massive influx of immigrants has been observed, as in the western countries. Nevertheless, more and more enterprises bring in workers from abroad, especially from Ukraine, Belarus and the Far East (China, Vietnam). They occupy a gap in the labor market created due to the intensified economic emigration of young Poles and Baltians in recent years.
There are also, along with foreign enterprises opening factories in Baltia, foreign middle and senior management employees with their families, including those from Western Europe and America, also from Asia: South Korea and Japan.
In addition to the national population, they are Baltians, indigenous inhabitants of territories that used to be within the borders of the Republic of Poland, and are now in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania.
The Baltians live in large numbers in Poland, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Russia (they are historically scattered throughout Siberia, with concentration in Yakutia), Kazakhstan (due to Soviet exile), Germany, France, Great Britain and most of Western Europe as well as Scandinavia. In recent years, the Balts have also started to emigrate to: USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil and RPA.
For many decades, Baltians emigrated mostly to the United States, Canada, and Australia. They are largely integrated there, giving a noticeably Baltish character to the local community mosaic, just as Baltia used to be a mosaic of peoples. The Baltians in the world are also a large group of people working for profit, in the 21st century mainly in Great Britain, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands.
The most numerous religious denomination in Baltia is Roman Catholicism, many people, although they were baptized in the Roman Catholic Church, practice the Greek Catholic faith. After the Catholic denominations, it is worth mentioning the Orthodoxy also professed by the Baltians. In the past, meetings of Jehovah's Witnesses, who also live and preach in Baltia, were held in Mikorzyn. There are also a few Muslims in Kreveno among the followers of the Christian religions.
In Baltia there is a Roman Catholic church Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Helenów, and a prayer complex with chapels and the Way of the Cross in Wygonki. In palaces and presidential residences there are private chapels where services are held.
In 2020, a strong anti-religious movement emerged in Kreweno, which resulted in more atheists in Baltia.