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Czea

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Democratic People's Republic of Czea
República Democrática Popular de Czea (es)


2012

Flag of Czea.pngNational Seal of Czea.png

Motto
¡En marcha!
(Spanish: "Onwards!")
Anthem
Oíd, hijos de la patria
(Spanish: "Listen up, sons of the fatherland")
Czean territorial claims.png
Western Venezuela
Capital city Bal
Official language(s) Spanish
Official religion(s) State atheism
Demonym Czean
Government Unitary semi-presidential socialist state
Legislature Supreme Council
Established March 16, 2012 (FPSC)
March 24, 2012 (DPRC)
Population 22
Currency Bolívar
Time zone VST (UTC-4:30)

Czea, officially the Democratic People's Republic of Czea (Spanish: República Democrática Popular de Czea), was a Venezuelan micronation of the Valtir Sector. Czea's territory covered around 160 square metres with a population of 11. The micronation declared independence from Venezuela in the 2012 Progressive Act (Acta Progresiva 2012), taking part of the territory of the Montrésque country of Brallisse, and making Montriac move its government to the city of Anebrán.

It was a semi-presidential and unitary socialist republic, consisting of five districts and a capital territory, Bal.

Etymology

Czea has its origins in March 2011, created as a conjunction between the words Cizlandia and Mérida. This origin was created by an anonymous Cizlandeese citizen, and was adopted by the Tsardom of Czea. To hide Czea's bonds with Cizland and its successor the Holy Dussesh Empire, it was said to be created by a Czean prince. Czea can be pronounced as Sheh-Ah or Cheh-Ah.

History

First flag of Czea

Czea was founded during the Koss-Montriac crisis, when the Archduchy of Montriac declared independence unilaterally from the Kossian Empire forming the "illegal" Republic of Montriac. The situation was roughly treated, and not many options were presented from any of the two fatuous sides. The Free People's State declared independence when, finally, the Montrésque president Isadora Annenak agreed the conditions stipulated by the Kossian Emperor Lucas Campos in the Montriac letter, creating another state in the sector and sealing the "crisis".

Government

The constitution described the Socialist Unity Party as the "leading force of society and of the state". The Leader of the Socialist Unity Party is supposedly, concurrently Supreme Commissar of the People's Power (President of Czea), but this was repeatedly ignored. The President of Czea, who is also elected by the Supreme Council, served for five years and there was no limit to the number of terms of office.

The Supreme Court of Czea served as the nation's highest judicial branch of government. It is also the court of last resort for all appeals against the decisions of provincial courts.

Political division

Czea was divided in five districts (distritos) and one special administrative region, the Capital Region (Región Capital), Bál. The districts are organized by number, in level of geographical position from south-left to north-right. Bál is not counted as a district and has no number. The districts of Czea are:

Divisions of Czea
  • I de San Marco
  • II de Altamar
  • III de Sur del Cielo
  • IV de Valterracota
  • V de Altamira

Main cities

  • Bál, the capital and the main operation center for many governmental institutions, as well the biggest city.
  • Reforma, the headquarters of the Czean People's Defense Groups are located in this city, in the II de Altamar.
  • Nicoya, the Supreme People's Court of Justice is settled in this city of the I de San Marco.
  • Beriningrad (Beriningrado in Spanish), located in the II de Altamar, the city is a historical place considered important for being the home of the former Berinese High Court.

Foreign affairs

Foreign affairs in Czea wre leaded by the Department of the People's Power of the Division (Departamento del Poder Popular para la División Exterior). Czea had diplomatic talks with several nations, but has no official treaty or written document regarding external relations, and it was very reserved regarding intermicronational membership. Czea has strong bonds with Tiana and its neighboring closest nation, Montriac. The Czean Plan Águila Reforma is a diplomatic mission to Montriac and a following plan that is supposed to end in August 2013.