Subejia City

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Subejia City
  Capital city and state  
Bandar Subejia

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Coat of arms
Motto: Majulah Bandar Kita
English: Advance Our City
Country Subejia
Established 13 March 2020
Independence as part of the Democratic Republic of Subejia 28 February 2021
Government
 - Governor Azwariq Qadri
Population
 - Total 5

Subejia City, officially Bandar Subejia, is the capital city and state of the Democratic Republic of Subejia. It is located in Northern Central Subejia, bordered by the states of Taman Subejia, Taqima, Bandar Diraja and Bandar Paklang.

Etymology

It was named after Subejia by Azwariq himself for capital city.

History

Historical affiliations

Before Subejia City was established, the capital city in the Federation of Subejo, Japanese occupation of Subejo and the Kingdom of Subejo was Bandar Diraja. Subejia City also was a part of Bandar Diraja.

During its establishment, Mohd Que Danie tried to conquer Subejia City but end with peace treaty.[a]

The Subejian Civil War also happened in Subejia City. The conflict was vague and after the conflict was ended, Democratic Republic of Subejia was liberated from its predecessor.

Azwariq Qadri proposed to liberated the Republic of Subejia and Subejia City was a part of it. The proposal was failed and thus, Democratic Republic of Subejia was formed.

Logo of the 2022 SEAM Games
Subejia City was selected as host city for the 2022 SEAM Games

Subejia City has been selected as host city for the 2022 SEAM Games. Subejia City was ready to prepared for its events.

A picture of Salinawati lifted things during floods on December 2021
All Subejian states, including Subejia City, was inundated on 18 December 2021

On 18 December 2021, all Subejian states, including Subejia City, has been inundated.[1] Thus, the president himself declared the New Economic Policy on 8 January 2022.[2]

Notes

  1. Noted that Mohd Que Danie was elected as Prime Minister of the Democratic Kingdom of Subejia.

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