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| Patirí |
|Government||Major Political Entity|
|Local Minister||Victor Rosales|
Patirí is one of the three major political entities of the federal state of Cizland and the largest one. Its capital is the city of Cutáipa the legislative capital of Cizland and one of the official three federal capitals. The Legislative Council of Patirí is located in the city of Cutáipa as well. Patirí occupies the territory that the former Republic of Chipitocoland did, before its annexation to Cizland according to the PACFET. Patirí is the most natural and biodiversificated region of Cizland, representing more than the 80% of the Cizlandic natural reserved territory.
The word Patirí is the union of two old Mucu words, Patí and Tirí. Patí means "place where two roads cross together", and Tirí means "snow". Mucu is a now extinct dialect of the Timote-Cuica ethnic groups that lived in the Andean region of Venezuela, mostly Mérida. Some names of places in Mérida and Trujillo are still named in Mucu, as Mucujún, Mocotíes and Mucutay.
Patirí is site of many geological environments, it counts with several volumes of land and it is a generally unstable point. Patirí is covered in a 97% with green areas and it has a biodiverse ambient filled with many exotic species of flora and fauna.
Patirí is divided in four districts and 52 sectors. Each of the four districts of Patirí are lead by the Legislative Council of Patirí as a provisional entity. The entity is lead by Victor Rosales as Local Minister and Enmanuel Gomez as Governor. The capital city of Patirí is the city of Cutáipa, which is the judicial capital of Cizland, since the Federal Supreme Court of Cizland (Corte Suprema Federal de Cizlanda) is located in the city. The Legislative Council of Patirí consists of 4 members of different parties representing the four districts of Patirí. Patirí has an advantage since it has four deputies for four districts, while other entities are forced to create coalitions of districts to be represented by one deputy, since the general rule of the four deputies does not fit well with the major number of districts.
The Legislative Council members are:
- Victor Rosales (as chair of the LC)
- Pedro MacGregor
- Lukas Lubo
- Endika Lopez
The four districts of Patirí are:
- Nuevo Sur del Lago
- El Puente
- Santos Mendoza