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|— Department of Nazir —|
|Created||14 March 2015|
|- Beg||Krištof Fondrk|
|Population (15 August 2017)|
Slobodarčka is a department of Nazir in Nedlando-Khorasan, being located in Kúty. The state was formed by Krištof Fondrk with is inspired by the former Slobodarsko-Jablonječka Republic, South-West Kuty was proclaimed as capital however they control only a small area in the north west The republic claims to be the successor of the Slobodarsko-Jablonječka Republic
Despite the counrty is a totalitarian dictatorship. Slobodarčka holds elections and describes itself as a self-reliant nationalist state, but it is widely considered a dictatorship and has been described as totalitarian and National Socialist, with an elaborate cult of personality around the Leadership, the National Unity Party., holds power in the state and leads the Republic political officers are required to be a member.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Government
- 4 Military
- 5 Foreign relations
- 6 Geography
- 7 Culture & Demographics
- 8 Economy
The name comes from its presuseccor the Slobodarsko-Jablonječka Republic in Sloberdarcka the nation is known as Слободарчка with is translated at Slobodarchka
The city was first mentioned in 1113 as Preuigan. It was promoted to a royal free town in 1383. Since the 16th century, craftsmanship was developing in Prievidza. From the 16th to the first third of the 17th century, the Thurzo family controlled the town. Ottomans approached Prievidza from the south and burned it in 1599, along with other towns in the upper Nitra river valley. During the Kuruc uprising in 1673, Prievidza was burned down again, with fire burning a part of town's archives. In 1870, it had 2,719 inhabitants. Since the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, industry started to grow, as the railways to Prievidza were constructed. During World War II, the city was one of the centres of partisans. Since the end of the war, the population has grown enormously from 5,000 inhabitants to around 53,000 inhabitants, as industry grew. Prievidza became the home of many miners and workers that found employment in the coal mines, the power station and the chemical factory in the nearby town of Nováky.
The Slobodarsko-Jablonječka Republic
The Slobodarsko-Jablonječka Republic declared independence from Slevania on the 26th March 2012, and was fromed as a socialist nation. Its president Jan Hučar declared independence and wrote a letter to inform Zoran Tvrtković, the president of Slevania about it. He also declared war on Slevania however he was defeated on 8 June
The new Slobodarčkan state was formed by Vojislav Iirac with is inspired by the former Slobodarsko-Jablonječka Republic, South-West Kuty was proclaimed as capital however they control only a small area in the north west The republic claims to be the successor of the Slobodarsko-Jablonječka Republic
Slobodarčka functions as a highly centralized, single-party republic. According to its constitution, it is a self-described Nationalist state "guided in its activities by the idea of Slobodarčkan People" The National Unity Party is the sole polictical party leaded by the Polgovic
The unicameral Supreme Congress is the highest organ of state authority and holds the legislative power. Its 8 members are elected every five years by universal suffrage. Supreme Congress are convened by the SC Presidium, whose is the Prime Minister also represents the state in relations with foreign countries. Deputies formally elect the President, the vice-presidents and members of the SC Executive power is vested in the NUP, which is headed by Slavek Gorz
|Senate||House of Councillors|
|National Unity Party||NF||Peter Novak||Ultranationalist||blue|
Law and order
Law enforcement in Sloberdarcka is the responsibility of the Borsjev Jurisprudence operates on a civil law legal system, with crimes being tried by a Town Court, a High Court, or the Millitary Court, depending on the severity of the offence. There are no permanent courts due to the rarity of crimes, with instead a court of the necessary rank to be summoned upon a person being charged with a crime - none have been summoned under the current system. If a person is found guilty of a crime, then their punishment is decided by the lawyer of the court.
Slobodarčka is been divided in 6 districts and 1 federal city
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Recognised; no relations
Full diplomatic relations
Slobodarčka is located in west-central Slovakia, it has most control over the western exclave. It is the historical heartland of the country, and consists mostly of Slobodarčka The state is bound by the City of Bojnice to the west and Žijar mountains to the east. Slobodarčka lies in the north temperate zone and has a continental climate with four distinct seasons. It is characterized by a significant variation between hot summers and cold, snowy winters.
Culture & Demographics
Slobodarčkan culture is considered a branch of the Slavic cultures of Europe. The Slobodarčkan language is aconstructed language used for cultural and symbolic purposes in the state.the state is influenced from Southeast Europe, and Russia. Slobodarčkan Cusine refers to the food which is considered tradional in Slobodarčka or recipes which have been developed by Slobodarčkan citizens.
Slobodarčka is a secular state, but the state recognises the Slobodarčkan Orthodox Church as the main religion as officially mandated religions. This gives the state a hand in religious administration and appointment of clergy, in exchange for which the state pays certain running costs and wages. Currently, religions covered by such arrangements are Roman Catholicism, Judaism, Greek Orthodoxy, Anglicanism, Russian Orthodoxy, Lutheranism, Mennonitism and Islam. 60% of the Slobodarčkans are Slobodarčkan Othrodox, the remaining 40% being made up of Muslims, Protestants, Christians, Jews, and those of other or no religion.