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Democratic People's Republic of Bianjie
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Bianjie niyalma gurun

Flag Coat of Arms
Flag National emblem
Location of Bianjie
Location of Bianjie

Capital Gemun
Largest city Namu jai Šun
Language
  official
 
Bianjie
  others Kunikata, Luthorian, Indralan
Ethnic Group Bianjie
Demonym Bianjie
Government Unitary absolute monarchy
  Legislature People's Committee
Khan Fanggon Hala-i Banai
Area 390,757 km²
Population 20,786,854
(4743 estimate) 
Currency Tael
Internet TLD .bj

The Democratic People's Republic of Bianjie (Bianjie: PRBtext.png Bianjie niyalma gurun, Indralan: 便条人民共和国 Biàntiáo rénmín gònghéguó, Kunikata: ビアンジェ人民共和国 Bianje jinmin kyōwakoku) is a sovereign state located on the continent of Dovani, bordering Statrica to the north-west, Utembo to the south-west, Midway to the east, and the Carina Sea to the north.

Divisions[]

Bianjie is divided into 9 administrative regions, officially called regions.

The 9 regions of Bianjie:

  • HanciGuwaFlag.pngHanci Gūwa
  • WehealinGurunFlag.pngWehealin Gurun
  • MeiheNimang.pngMeihe Nimang
  • GumangFlag.pngGumang
  • BeiFlag.pngBěi


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History[]

A country with a long colonial history, Bianjie was initially colonized by Sekowo in the 25th century, being transformed into the Federal Commonwealth State of Teoitan. In 2874, Teoitan was sold to Luthori, remaining under Luthori rule until it was ceded to Indrala as a result of the Luthori-Indralan War. It remained an Indralan colony until its decolonisation on October 5, 3775

Government and politics[]

Main article: Government and politics of Bianjie

Bianjie is an absolute monarchy with all public authority vested in the Khan. The Khan presides over a People's Committee of Ministers which functions as the country's cabinet.

Ruling Dynasty[]

The ruling Clan is the Fanggon Clan, who was elected as the new monarch, replacing the Dorgon Clan due to their poor governance. Bianjie practices an agnatic form of royal succession where the Khan nominates an heir from the next generation (usually sons or nephews) who's revealed upon the Khan's demise.

Khans from the Fanggon Clan[]

Name Since To Political party
Fanggon Hala-i Nikan 4884 4944 People's Party of Bianjie
Fanggon Hala-i Banai 4944 present People's Party of Bianjie

Legislature[]

Bianjie has a small committee of 50 people from the People's Party of Bianjie, The Khan hold power over the People's committee and can overrule or approve their decisions to be the national law.

Judiciary[]

The country's judiciary is run by the Board of Punishments. The Board supervises all judicial officials and can make recommendations to the Khan on which rulings to uphold or strike down. It is composed of 15 members who are appointed by the Khan.

Military[]

The Six Banners used to be the national army of Bianjie. Nowadays they have been replaced with a more modern approach, the Bianjien Armed Forces.

Economy[]

The Bianjien economy is poorly developed and almost entirely dominated by mining, agriculture and raw resource production. The government is trying to boost the tourism industry and make the economy greater using that.

Religion[]

Major and Official Religions of Bianjie
Religion Status Membership (approx. in % of the population)
Church of Fanggon Officially recognized religion 25%
Jienism Officially recognized religion 9%
Kamism Officially recognized religion 10%
Hosianism Officially recognized religion 10%
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