Sarta

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Republic of Sarta

República de Zarta
Flag of Sarta
Flag
Motto: "??"
"Nobody likes a tory"
Anthem: "Anthem"
"Anthem"
Location of Sarta in Adonia
Location of Sarta in Adonia
Capital
and largest city
Dertosa
Official languagesSartan
Demonym(s)Sartan
GovernmentConstitutional parliamentary republic
• President
Que
Que
LegislatureParliament
Senate
House of Representatives
Constitutional history
• Kingdom of Sarta
978
• Confederation of Sarta
1542
• Unification of Sarta
1874
• Republic of Sarta
1878
Area
• Total
827,220 km2 (319,390 sq mi)
• Water (%)
1.4
Population
• 2016 estimate
92,757,672
• 2016 census
92,757,672
• Density
112.132/km2 (290.4/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2016 estimate
• Total
₭3.575 trillion
• Per capita
₭38,544
Gini (2014)34.1
medium · ??th
HDI (2014).879
very high · ??th
CurrencyPeso (P) (SAP)
Time zoneUTC+1
Date formatdd.mm.yyyy CE
Driving sideright
Calling code+28
Internet TLD.sa

Sarta, officially the Republic of Sarta (Sartan: República de Zarta; Breislandic: Särt), is a sovereign state in Central Illypnia. It is bordered by Moranitra, Tourkia and Kastruneto to the north, Lusatia to the east, Nabia and Drittelland to the west, and Breisland to the south. With over 92 million inhabitants, Sarta is the most populous landlocked country in Adonia, as well as the fourth-most populous nation in Illypnia. It occupies a total area of 827,220 square kilometers (319,391.43 sq mi), and its capital and largest city is Dertosa. Sarta is a founding member of the Adonian Community, ZIAF, and the Whatever Organization. The official language is Sartan.

History

Antiquity

Mesogean League

Riphean invasions

Muslim era and Reconquista

Sartan Confederation

Engelbertian Sarta

Fascist Sarta

The socialist agitations that emerged throughout Adonia, inspired by the Darasian and Vasari revolutions, led to counter-revolution and repression throughout Central Illypnia, especially in Sarta. The liberal establishment, fearing a Daras-style revolution, started to endorse the small Fascist Party, led by Jaime Checa. In April 1928, the Blackshirts of the Fascist Party used coercive tactics to intimidate voters into voting fascist in the general election. Checa was elected President with widespread irregularities in the voting count and democratic process. Over the next few years, Checa banned all political parties and curtailed personal liberties, thus forming a dictatorship. These actions attracted international attention and eventually inspired similar dictatorships such as NAME Moranitra and NAME Volisania.

The Fascist regime created a corporatist economic system in 1929 with creation of the NAME Pact, in which the Sartan employers' association NAME and Fascist trade unions agreed to recognize each other as the sole representatives of Sarta's employers and employees, excluding non-Fascist trade unions. The Fascist regime first created a Ministry of Corporations that organized the Sartan economy into 22 sectoral corporations, banned workers' strikes and lock-outs and in 1931 created the Charter of Labor, which established workers' rights and duties and created labor tribunals to arbitrate employer-employee disputes. In practice, the sectoral corporations exercised little independence and were largely controlled by the regime and employee organizations were rarely led by employees themselves, but instead by appointed Fascist party members.

Racism, especially fueled by linguicism and religion, was a central ideological feature of the regime. The Sartan people were considered by the Sartan Fascists to be the master race, the purest branch of the Mesogean race. Discrimination and persecution against Pagans, Jews, Romani and Muslim people began in earnest after the seizure of power. The first concentration camps were established in September 1930. Muslims, Jews, Pagans and others deemed undesirable were imprisoned, and liberals, socialists, and communists were killed, imprisoned, or exiled. Christian churches and citizens that opposed Checa's rule were oppressed, and many leaders imprisoned. Education focused on racial biology, population policy, and fitness for military service. Early tension with neighboring Breisland led to Fascist propaganda to label Riphean peoples as barbarians and subhumans alongside Pagans, Jews and Muslims.

In 1931, Sarta invaded and occupied Nabia and following international condemnation of this occupation, it quit the "League of Nations" in 1932. In 1933, Sarta signed the Anti-Liberal Pact with Volisania and the 1934 NAME Pact made it one of the Coastal Powers. Sarta pushed westward towards the coast, invading Bayara, Sula, Lutland, Goyona and Bizkarra. TBD took control of conquered areas and started to "Mesogeanize" the conquered peoples. Sarta exploited the raw materials and labor of both its occupied territories and its allies. NAME paramilitary death squads inside the occupied territories conducted mass killings of millions of Muslims, Pagans and other peoples deemed undesirable by the state. Many others were imprisoned, worked to death, or murdered in Fascist concentration camps and extermination camps.

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Contemporary history

After the Great Adonian War, a new constitution was drafted and entered into force on DATE. This was also the first time that Sartan women were entitled to vote. Fears of a possible Communist takeover (especially in Breisland) proved crucial for the first universal suffrage electoral outcome on 18 May 1948, when the POLITICAL PARTY, under the leadership of DUDE, obtained a landslide victory. Consequently, in 1949 Sarta became a member of ZIAF.

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Geography

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Politics

Government

Foreign relations

Military

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Economy

Energy

Transport

Demographics

Largest cities

Urban agglomerations

Urban agglomeration Area
(km²)
Population
2016 census
Dertosa TBD 14,185,936
Cazlona TBD 4,394,513
Onoba–Grajera TBD 2,941,988
Encinas TBD 2,816,506
Sigeres TBD 2,140,710

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