Kastruneto

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Republic of Kastruneto

República de Castruneto
Flag of Kastruneto
Flag
Motto: "??"
"Nobody likes a tory"
Anthem: "Anthem"
"Anthem"
Location of Kastruneto in Adonia
Location of Kastruneto in Adonia
Capital
and largest city
Botão
Official languagesKastrunetian
Recognised regional languagesBreislandic
Fala
Galician
Demonym(s)Kastrunetian
GovernmentConstitutional parliamentary republic
• President
Matias César Silva
Érica Ofélia Pereira
LegislatureParliament
Senate
National Assembly
Constitutional history
• Kingdom of Kastruneto
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Area
• Total
424,706 km2 (163,980 sq mi)
• Water (%)
1.3
Population
• 2016 estimate
51,201,876
• 2016 census
51,201,876
• Density
120.56/km2 (312.2/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2016 estimate
• Total
₭1.852 trillion
• Per capita
₭36,172
Gini (2014)35.4
medium · ??th
HDI (2014).846
very high · ??th
CurrencyEscudo (E) (KES)
Time zoneUTC+0
Date formatdd.mm.yyyy CE
Driving sideright
Calling code+27
Internet TLD.lu

Kastruneto, officially the Republic of Kastruneto (Kastrunetian: República de Castruneto), is a sovereign state and a landlocked country of over 51 million people in Central Illypnia. It is bordered by Svaneti, Ashakarra, Pavia and Echia to the north, Tourkia to the east, Sarta and Nabia to the south, and Hersatia to the west. The territory of Kastruneto covers 387,893 square kilometers (149,766.325 sq mi). The majority of the population speak Kastrunetian, which is the country's official language. Other regional official languages are Breislandic, Galician, Hersatian and Ladin.

< Brief History Overview >

Today, Kastruneto is a parliamentary representative democracy. The capital and largest city, with a population exceeding 12.7 million, is Botão. Kastruneto is one of the richest countries in the world, with a nominal per capita GDP of ₭36,172. The country has developed a high standard of living and in 2014 was ranked ??th in the world for its Human Development Index. Kastruneto has been a member of the Adonian Community since 1949, joined the Whatever Organization in DATE, and is a founder of the ZIAF.

Etymology

The word Kastruneto derives from the Meso-Celtic place name Castrum Neto. Neto was the name of a Celtic deity and also the name of an early settlement located in present-day Botão. Around 200 BC, the Mesogean League colonized the inland of what is today Kastruneto. During the Dark Ages, the region around Castrum Neto became known by the Breislandic tribes as Kastruneto.

History

Prehistory

Antiquity

The Central Illypnian land that is now Kastruneto was settled in pre-Mesogean times by various Celtic tribes. The Celtic kingdom of NAME was later claimed by the Mesogean League and made into a province. U/C

After the fall of the Mesogean League, the area was invaded by NAME. U/C

Middle Ages

17th and 18th centuries

19th century

20th century

Great Adonian War

Kastruneto was nominally allied with Sarta and Volisania as a Coastal Power, but in 1937 joined the Allied Powers. The country gave a fundamental contribution to the victory against Sarta as one of the "Big Four" top Allied powers in Illypnia. The remainder of the war was initially inconclusive, as the Kastrunetian army got stuck in a long attrition war in the Dalian Mountains against Varkana, making little progress and suffering very heavy losses. With Sarta completely defeated in 1940, Breisland continued advancing northward and providing troops to the Kastrunetian efforts against the invading Varkans in the Battle of Kastruneto. The Allied began the Varkan Campaign in 1942, making rapid gains and defeating Varkana in 1943. The Kastrunetian victory marked the end of the war on the Kastrunetian Front and was chiefly instrumental in ending communist presence in Illypnia in 1944. Kastruneto and Breisland occupied Varkana and established the International Military Tribunal for Varkana in July 1944. The tribunal was modeled after the Cazlona trials held in Sarta between 1941 and 1943.

During the Great Adonian War, Kastrunetian war crimes included extrajudicial killings and ethnic cleansing by deportation of about 20,000 people, mainly Communists, Pagans and Magdalenans, to the Kastrunetian concentration camps, such as NAME, NAME, NAME and elsewhere. In Kastruneto, unlike in Sarta and Varkana, few war crimes were prosecuted.

Post-war difficulties and Civil War

In 1981, following increasing sectarian tensions, a full-scale civil war broke out in Kastruneto. The Kastrunetian Civil War pitted the central government against the joint forces of left-wing Magdalenan and Petran militias. In July 1981 Kastrunetian President DUDE asked ZIAF to intervene and help restore peace.

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In November 1987, peace negotiations failed as a result of differences between the Zamarran, Petrans, and Magdalenans. The Illypnian Assembly of April 1988 led to the formation of an Aetolian–Breislandic–Volisanian committee to solve the crisis. On 23 November 1988 the committee issued a peace plan which was accepted by all. A ceasefire was established, the ports and airports were re-opened and refugees began to return. In the same month, the Parliament agreed to the Theodosia Agreement, which included an outline timetable for ZIAF withdrawal from Kastruneto and a formula for the de-confessionalisation of the Kastrunetian political system. The war ended at the end of 1989 after eight years; it had caused massive loss of human life and property, and devastated the country's economy. It is estimated that TBD people were killed and another TBD wounded during the conflict. Nearly a million civilians were displaced by the war, and some never returned.

Recent history

After the Civil War, the subsequent disintegration of Kastruneto's sectarian political parties led to the establishment of new ones, most notably the Democratic Party and the National Party of Reconciliation (PNR). The PNR was elected in 1989 after general elections were held monitored by the Adonian Community. The PNR governed Kastruneto from 1989 until 1997 through several coalitions and governments with Diogo Esteves as prime minister and independent Vasco Muñoz as president. Since then, there have been several other democratic changes of government: in 1997 Democratic José Carvalho was elected prime minister, in 2001 Esteves returned to power. A major corruption scandal involving Esteves and the PNR's establishment led to Esteves's resignation in 2003 and the election of the Socialist Fernando Batarda in the same year. Batarda was reelected in 2007 and again in 2011, but became increasingly unpopular due to his foreign policy, particularly his attempts at a rapprochement with Varkana. Democratic Érica Pereira was elected prime minister in 2014, becoming the first female head of government in Kastrunetian history. She was reelected in 2018 for a second term.

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Urban agglomeration Area
(km²)
Population
2016 census
Botão TBD 12,728,195
Oleiros TBD 3,394,513
Vimioso TBD 2,579,756
Tabuaço TBD 2,062,784
Velas TBD 1,472,906

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