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The Second Republic of Orma

Flag of Orma
Motto: "??"
"Nobody likes a tory"
Anthem: "Anthem"
Location of Orma in Adonia
Location of Orma in Adonia
and largest city
Official languagesOrman
Recognised regional languages"Lugbara"
GovernmentConstitutional parliamentary republic
• President
Miquel Jarso
Lencho Huumee
Constitutional history
• Republic of Orma
• Total
417,957 km2 (161,374 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• 2016 estimate
• 2016 census
• Density
146.6/km2 (379.7/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2016 estimate
• Total
₭2.051 trillion
• Per capita
Gini (2016)37.2
medium · ??th
HDI (2016).811
very high · ??th
CurrencyHanti (ORH)
Time zoneUTC+0 (OST)
Date formatdd.mm.yyyy CE
Driving sideright
Calling code+46
Internet TLD.or

Orma, officially the The Second Republic Republic of Orma (Orman: Rippabliikii Ormaa) is a sovereign stated in South Kaftia, bordered by the Mesogean Sea to the south, Itagar to the east, Kushish to the west, Ayorin to the northwest, Enfolo to the northeast, and Maianka to the southwest. With an area of almost 417,957 square kilometers, Orma is the ?th largest country in Kaftia, and is the ?th largest country in the world. Orma has the 10th-largest proven oil reserves of any country in the world. The largest city and capital, Dirranmoticha, is located on the Mesogean coast and is one of the largest cities in the Mesogean basin.

>> Antiquity to Renaissance History <<

Orma was semi-independent until it was invaded by the Breislandic forces of Engelbert von Schlieffen during the Breislandic Revolutionary Wars. The invasion of Orma started the War of the Second Coalition, pitting a coalition of Orma, Burawa, and Volisania among others. Engelbert was eventually defeated in the Battle of the Strait of Cilicia in 1798 by the Volisan Navy, forcing Breislandic troops to withdraw from South Kaftia. After the Breislandic were expelled, power was seized in 1801 by Daraaran Gaduulaa, an Orman military commander who crowned himself Emperor of Orma, taking the name of Ibsaa. He massacred the Diigaluu dynasty and established a dynasty that was to rule Orma until the revolution of 1886 which established the shortly lived First Republic of Orma.

The First Republic of Orma was a shortly lived democracy that had been toppled by a coalition of royalists and Breislandic forces that had later set up Grand Orma. Grand Orma was a weak constitutional monarchy which subsequently became a Breislandic Protectorate. During the Great Adonian War, Orma was invaded by the Echian Empire and occupied briefly until the fall of Echia. A new revolution broke out after the war in 1951, establishing the Republic of Orma. The new government expelled Breislandic soldiers and bureaucrats and ended Breislandic presence, nationalized the railways, exiled King Hawwii and his family, and declared itself a republic.

Orma is a prominent regional power in the Mesogean Sea and South Kaftia, and retains its historic status as a middle power in international affairs. Orma has the second largest economy in South Kaftia, the fifth-largest in the MOZ. Orma is a founding member of the Adonian Community and the Kaftian Association – which merged with the Kaftian Union in 1995 – and is an associate member of the Mesogean Cooperation Organization.



Orma is bound to the south by the Mesogean Sea, the west by Kushish, the southwest by Maianka, the northwest by Ayorin, the northeast by Enfolo, and the east by Itagar.


The climate is primarily a humid subtropical climate. However, the southern coastal regions enjoy a milder Mesogean climate at places. Hot and humid summers are typical, except at the highest elevations. The entire country, including the northern mountains, receives moderate to heavy precipitation, which varies from 1,000 mm in central Orma to approximately 1,900 mm around the northeast part of the country. The degree to which the weather of a certain region of Orma is subtropical depends on the latitude, its proximity to the Mesogean Sea, and the elevation.

Government and politics

Orma is a unitary parliamentary republic with its constitution based on the Breislandic constitution. The nominal head of state is the President of the Republic, who is elected by the Parliament for a five-year term. According to the Constitution, executive power is exercised by the President and the Government. However, the Constitutional amendment of 1966 curtailed the President's duties and powers to a significant extent, rendering the position largely ceremonial; most political power is thus vested in the Prime Minister, Orma's head of government. The position is filled by the current leader of the political party that can obtain a vote of confidence by the Parliament. The President of the Republic formally appoints the Prime Minister and, on his recommendation, appoints and dismisses the other members of the Cabinet.

Legislative powers are exercised by a 537–member elective unicameral Parliament. Statutes passed by the Parliament are promulgated by the President of the Republic. Parliamentary elections are held every four years, but the President of the Republic is obliged to dissolve the Parliament earlier on the proposal of the Cabinet, in view of dealing with a national issue of exceptional importance. The President is also obliged to dissolve the Parliament earlier, if the opposition manages to pass a motion of no confidence. The voting age is 19.

Since the Great Adonian War, Orman politics have been dominated by the liberal-conservative National Party and the social-democratic Movement for Orma. Other parties represented in the Parliament of Orma include the right-wing populist New Orman Party, the Communist Party, Green Party and the Aristocratic Communalist Party.



Foreign policy

Law enforcement and crime

Administrative divisions


Orma has the ?th largest economy in Kaftia measured by gross domestic product at nominal rate and the ?th largest economy in the continent measured by purchasing power parity.

Orma's fiscal situation is stable. The government has continued to follow a conservative fiscal policy by controlling budget spending and accumulating oil revenue savings through the national oil company, Petrorma.



Tourism in Orma is a growing sector and key to the economy of several regions of the country. The country had TBD million visitors in 2018, ranking in terms of the international tourist arrivals as the second destination in Kaftia after Burawa. Natural areas are its most popular tourism product, a combination of ecotourism with leisure and recreation, mainly sun and beach, and adventure travel, as well as cultural tourism. Among the most popular destinations are the NAME Mountains, beaches along the Mesogean Sea coast, and business trips to Dirranmoticha.


Science and technology




Media and communication


Urban agglomerations

Urban agglomeration Area
2016 census
Dirranmoticha TBD 12,280,702

Race and ethnicity


Kaftian Catholicism is the main faith in Orma by number of adherents. According to the 2016 Official Census, 72.61% of the population followed Protestantism; 6.39% Petran Catholicism; 1.33% Armazism; 1.22% other Christian denominations; 0.42% Judaism; 0.05% Buddhism; 0.03% Islam; 0.59% other religions, undeclared or undetermined; while 17.35% have no religion.


Orman is the official language of the country, which almost all of the population speaks and is virtually the only language used in newspapers, radio, television, and for business and administrative purposes. Minority languages are spoken throughout the nation. U/C