Vasaras

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Vasaras
واساراس
Flag of Vasaras Coat of arms of Vasaras
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: "??"
"Nobody likes a tory"
Anthem: "Anthem"
"Anthem"
Location of Vasaras in Adonia
CapitalEsfandan
Largest city Siavoshan
Official languages Vasari
Recognised regional languages Matinian
Kurdish
Turkomen
Demonym Vasari
Government Constitutional presidential federal republic
 -  President Nader Zirakzadeh
 -  Vice President Leila Azarakhshi
Legislature Parliament
 -  Upper house Senate
 -  Lower house National Assembly
Constitutional history
 -  Vasaras Empire 550 BC 
 -  Parani Empire 1162 
 -  Kandari Empire 1342 
 -  Kingdom of Vasaras 1548 
 -  First Republic 1864 
 -  People's Republic 1923 
 -  Third Republic 1945 
 -  Fourth Republic 1957 
 -  Current Constitution 1984 
Area
 -  Total 1,435,768 km2TEMP STAT
892,144.87 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 2.3
Population
 -  2016 estimate 74,659,936
 -  2016 census 74,659,936
 -  Density 52/km2
83.69/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2016 estimate
 -  Total ₭1.305 trillion
 -  Per capita ₭17,477
Gini (2014)30.2
medium · ??th
HDI (2014).684
medium · ??th
QLI (2014)5.842 low
IEF (2014)62.4 Moderately Free
Currency Qiran (Q) (QIR)
Time zone (TUC+1)
Date format dd.mm.yyyy CE
Drives on the right
Calling code +35
Internet TLD .vs

Vasaras (Vasari: واساراس) is a sovereign state in Eastern Illypnia.

History

Prehistory

Classical antiquity

Medieval period

Modern period

Communist Vasaras

In 1919, Communist leader Javad Mousavi proclaimed the Socialist Republic of Vasaras with its capital in ???. After their settlement in Kurdish/Matinian area, Mousavi had broken with the traditional Jinaism and Kalandism principles, based on urban-based working-class revolutions. In the territories he occupied, he carried out an agrarian reform, leading a peasant guerrilla movement and rallying the rural masses, a big part of which were ethnic minorities. In April 1923, his movement had rallied the majority of the country and Esfandan was taken without fight by the Vasari People's Army; it again became the capital of Vasaras. Between April and November, most of the other towns fell without much resistance at the hands of the Communists.

In 1923, the Communists finished taking control of the country, ending a long period of civil war against the former government and different political fragmentation. On October 1, Javad Mousavi proclaimed the founding of the Socialist Republic of Vasaras, which succeeded the First Republic of Vasaras, in Esfandan. The new country founded the Communist Alliance along Varkana and Daras, in the same year. The new government wanted to set up a new economic and social order, inspired by the Varkan and Darasian examples and adapted to Vasari realities with a federal system. Seeking first to rebuild a ravaged country, Mousavi was content with relatively moderate reforms, inspired by those already established in his former bastions during the Civil War. The pace of reforms accelerated after 1924 with the breakout of the Great Adonian War in Fosia, however, and many people suspected of not cooperating with the regime were executed. Varkana provided assistance and military equipment to modernize the Vasari military. Mousavi's regime consolidated its popularity among the peasants through the land reform with approximately 30,000 landlords expropriated and those who didn't comply were executed.

The Vasari state seized the Breislandic and Aetolian controlled oil fields in the east, prompting the 1923 Gulf Crisis. Mousavi survived several assassination attempts during the crisis, with the help of Varkana's SSD intelligence network. In November 1923, Mousavi's government made a commercial deal with both nations to solve the crisis, as war almost broke out.

From 1924 to 1934, Vasaras developed an independent industrial system and steadily expanded its military capabilities. Mousavi orders in 1925 the prohibition of the wearing of the veil for women and the obligation to wear a "Western"-style clothing for men. A rail link between Vasaras and Varkana is established through Sakalia in 1927. The Communist Alliance entered the Great Adonian War in 1934 when Echia invaded Varkana. The Communist Alliance declared war on the Allied Pact after Daras invaded Limonia in 1938, prompting Paran to invade Vasaras. Samarstan joined the war alongside Paran against Vasaras, with logistic and technological support from Sarta and Breisland in exchange for oil, while Vasaras received logistic and technological support from Varkana in exchange for oil.

U/C

After Varkana signed an armistice with Breisland on 29 September 1943, the Allied Pact gained momentum against Vasaras, prompting the country to sign armistice on 6 March 1944. Mousavi signed the Treaty of Siavoshan in 1945, which concluded hostilities with the Allied Pact and the Coastal Powers. As a result of the treaty, however, Vasaras lost a third of its territory, specifically its oil-rich Parani-speaking eastern territories, which became Hejaz.

After the Great Adonian War

General Heydar Ghassemi launched a coup in 1957, which removed Reza Bakhtiar from politics. The weak and unstable Third Republic gave way to the Fourth Republic. Ghassemi's rule was autocratic but his government improved the country's infrastructure and education. The period brought about increasing modernization and secularization. However, Ghassemi was a staunch Vasari nationalist and promoted a single language, culture and identity for the whole country based on Vasari. The Ghassemi administration was widely accused of corruption and suppression of political opposition.

In the early 1980s, the country was on the brink of civil war, but things calmed down when the central government drafted a new constitution in 1984, establishing a federal republic. Powers were granted to ethnic minorities in the new system, allowing them to develop their cultures and languages. Since the liberalization of the Vasari economy in the 1980s, the country has enjoyed stronger economic growth and greater political stability. Vasaras applied for full membership of the MOZ in 1993, joined the ESO on 22 February 2011 and formally joined the MOZ on 1 January 2018.

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Foreign relations

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Energy

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Demographics

Languages

The majority of the population speak Vasari, which is also the official language of the country. Others include speakers of a number of other Vasari languages within the greater Indo-European family, and languages belonging to other ethnolinguistic communities living in Vasaras. In northern Vasaras, Matinian, which is by far the most spoken language in the country after Vasari, is widely spoken and uses the Aetolian alphabet. Salic languages are spoken mainly in the west of the country, including Meshketian, Turkomen and Turkmen. Khorasani is also spoken in the east of the country, in the province of NAME. Gorani and Kurdish are spoken in the ??? Province, while Ossetian is spoken in ??. Hejazi Arabic is spoken by the Hejazi minority throughout the country and near the Hejaz border, and also as a second or third language.

Percentages of spoken language continue to be a point of debate, as many opt that they are politically motivated; most notably regarding the minority ethnicities in Vasaras, Matinian and "Kurdish". Percentages given by the Adonian Community include 58% Vasari, 14% Matinian, 10% "Kurdish", 8% Meshketian, 4% Turkomen, 3% Khorasani, 1% Parani, and 3% the remainder Ossetian, Gorani, Turkmen and other languages.

Ethnic groups

Religion

Vasaras is a secular state with no official state religion; the 1984 Constitution provides for freedom of religion and conscience. Nevertheless, Vasaras is a predominantly Sunni Muslim country. According to the 2016 census, 64.9% of Vasari identify as Muslim, 14.6% as Armazist, 13.4% as unaffiliated, 2.3% as Christian, 1.7% as Jewish, and 3.1% as other religions. Non-denominational Muslims form roughly 8% of the population. Since the 1960s, the wearing of the hijab is banned in schools and government buildings because it is viewed as a symbol of political Islam.

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