and largest city
|Ethnic groups (2019)||Czechs (60.00%)|
|0,001,542 km2 (595 sq mi)|
• Water (%)
• 2020 census
|Currency||Česká koruna (CZK)|
|Date format||dd. mm. yyyy|
|Drives on the||right|
|Internet TLD||.slr (reserved, not used)|
The Slavic Republic (Czech: Slovanská republika) is a small, self-declared country located in Central Europe. The Slavic Republic declared independence on 15 August 2019 from the Czech Republic. The Republic is a presidental dictatorship. The head of the country is the President of the Slavic Republic, the second highest position is the Adviser.
The Slavic Republic is an landlocked state. The Slavic Republic has an area of approximately 0,001,542 km². It borders the Czech Republic on the entire border.
Government and politics
The Slavic Republic is a presidental dictatorship, with the President and Adviser as heads of state.
In the Slavic Republic, only one party is legal, namely the "Slavic Party" from which the advisor comes. It is only from this party that the President's advisor is elected.
The Slavic Republic does not currently have an army.
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