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Socialist Republic of Kadistan
ޕޮޗިަލިސތ ވރެޕުބލިޗ ޮފ ޒަދިސތަނ (Kadistani)

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Freedom Inderpendence Unity
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Capital cityKadibad
Largest cityKadibad
Official language(s)Arabic, Maldivian, English ,Kadistani
Official religion(s)Selcuarism
Short nameKadistan
GovernmentSocialist Republic
- PresidentShady Morsi
- Vice President of the CouncillAbdul Faisal
- ChairmanGijs van Aard
LegislatureKadistani National Congress
Established13 June 2014
CurrencyKadistani Rupeah

Kadistan officaly known as The Socialist Republic of Kadistan (Kadistani:ޕޮޗިަލިސތ ވރެޕުބލިޗ ޮފ ޒަދިސތަނ) is an unrecognized state in The Maldives and commonly referred to as a micronation by external observers,. It shares a border with Maldives and the Indian Sea declared on 13 June 2014 by Shady Morsi and Timo Vink as a new country project

The self-proclaimed state's activities are headed by the Socialist Party,and the President ,The Republic of Kadistan has not been recognized by any foreign country.

Kadistan is the smallest Asian country in both population and land area. With an average ground level elevation of 1.0 metres above sea level, it is the planet's lowest country It is also the country with the lowest natural highest point in the world,


On 13 June, Shady Morsi said wants form a new country project as a second project after Derskov-Viadalvia On 13 June 2014, couple of days after Dhidhdhoo Island was discovered, Shady Morsi proclaimed the establishment of the Republic of Kadistan . Next day, the government wrote a letter to the Maldivian government about the micronation's claim of independency.After a short period of inactivty Shady re-formed Kadistan as a socialist state


Kadistan consists of Dhidhdhoo Island wich located in Lhaviyani Atoll, The island are composed of live coral reefs and sand bars, That rises abruptly from the depths of the Indian Ocean and runs north to south. Only near the southern end of this natural coral barricade do two open passages permit safe ship navigation from one side of the Indian Ocean to the other through the territorial waters of Kadistan For administrative purposes the Kadistani government organised federal districts into 5 administrative divisions. The largest city is The Kadistani Exclave of Arjum with located in The Netherlands ,It is the most populous city in Kadistan, and is home to the Government members


Kadistan has a tropical-monsoon climate, which is affected by the large landmass of South Asia to the north. The presence of this landmass causes differential heating of land and water. These factors set off a rush of moisture-rich air from the Indian Ocean over South Asia, resulting in the southwest monsoon. Two seasons dominate Maldives' weather: the dry season associated with the winter northeastern monsoon and the rainy season which brings strong winds and storms.


Kadistan is a socialist republic, with the President as head of state. The President heads the executive branch and appoints the cabinet which is approved by the National Soviet, Direct elections for the President take place every five years, with a limit of two terms in office for any individual. The current President is Shady Morsi

Citizens 14 years or older are eligible to vote. Beside general legislation, the Congress approves the budget and elects the President and the Vice President, the Congress also has the power to ratify treaties with other countries. The Congress is divided into five different Advising Commissions consisting of fifteen councillors who examine, propose, and discuss the implementation of new laws that are on their way to being presented on the floor of the Council.

Administrative divisions of Kadistan

Flag Coat of Arms Name Area
Area (est.)
60px Emblem of the Republic of Kadistan.png Kadibad KB
Flag of the western territory.png Emblem of the Republic of Kadistan.png Tsjhoo TH 242 m²
Kadistan flag.png Emblem of the Republic of Kadistan.png Dhidhdhoo DH 544 m²
Arjum.png Emblem of the Republic of Kadistan.png Arjum AJ 35,100 m²


Recognized States


The Kadistan National Defence Forces is the combined security organisation responsible for defending the security and sovereignty of Kadistan, having the primary task of being responsible for attending to all internal and external security needs of Kadistan, including the protection of the Kadistani Exclave of Arjum and the Mainland , The headquarters is located in Arjum


Kadistani culture is heavily influenced by geographical proximity to Maldives ,Sri Lanka and southern India.

Since the 12th century AD there were also influences from Arabia in the language and culture of the Maldives because of the conversion to Islam and its location as a crossroads in the central Indian Ocean. This was due to the long trading history between the far east and the middle east. Somali travellers discovered the island for gold in the 13th century, before the Portuguese. Their brief stay later ended in a bloody conflict known by the Somalis as "Dagaal Diig Badaaney" in 1424.However, unlike the Sinhalese of Sri Lanka and most of the Arabs, Africans and Europeans whose influence can be seen in borrow-words, material culture, and the diversity of Maldivian phenotype, Maldivians do not have the highly embedded patriarchal codes of honor, purity, corporate marriage, and sedentary private property that are typical of places where agriculture is the key form of subsistence and social relations have been built, historically, around tribute taking. Reflective of this is the fact that the Maldives has had the highest national divorce rate in the world for many decades. This, it is hypothesized, is due to a combination of liberal Islamic rules about divorce and the relatively loose marital bonds that have been identified as common in non and semi-sedentary peoples without a history of fully developed agrarian property and kinship relations.


The official and common language is Dhivehi, an Indo-European language having some similarities with Elu, the ancient Sinhalese language. The first known script used to write Dhivehi is Eveyla akuru script which is found in historical recording of kings (raadhavalhi). Later a script called Dhives akuru was used for a long period. The present-day script is called Thaana and is written from right to left. Thaana is said to have been introduced by the reign of Mohamed Thakurufaanu. English is used widely in commerce and increasingly in government schools.Kadistani is a conlang based on Dhivehi