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From the 80s onward policy in Balanta had continuously flipped between favoring socialist and capitalist ideals depending on the party in power. The shifting economic policy had lead to many re-nationalizations and re-privatizations of businesses in the country for many years. Balanta in the 2000s had adopted a mixed-economic system strategy, attempting to capitalize on it's lower-middle income earning population. They had started to open much of its area for investment from all foreign interests, promoting cheap manufacturing potential and closer connection to Illypnia and the Mesogean than Eastern Fosia.
 
From the 80s onward policy in Balanta had continuously flipped between favoring socialist and capitalist ideals depending on the party in power. The shifting economic policy had lead to many re-nationalizations and re-privatizations of businesses in the country for many years. Balanta in the 2000s had adopted a mixed-economic system strategy, attempting to capitalize on it's lower-middle income earning population. They had started to open much of its area for investment from all foreign interests, promoting cheap manufacturing potential and closer connection to Illypnia and the Mesogean than Eastern Fosia.
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== Demographics ==
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{{Largest cities of Balanta}}

Latest revision as of 22:11, 6 November 2019

Federal Republic of Balanta
Balanta
Flag of Balanta Seal of Balanta
Flag Seal
Motto: "??"
"Nobody likes a tory"
Anthem: "Anthem"
"Anthem"
Location of Balanta in Adonia
Capital
and largest city
Mari
Official languages Breislandic
Burawi
Demonym Balantean
Government Constitutional parliamentary republic
 -  President Dude
 -  Prime Minister Dude
Legislature Parliament
 -  Upper house Senate
 -  Lower house House of Representatives
Constitutional history
 -  Unification 05-18-1951 
Area
 -  Total 595,485.15 km2
229,918.1 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 1.1
Population
 -  2016 estimate 84,916,182
 -  2016 census 84,916,182
 -  Density 142.6/km2
369.33/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2016 estimate
 -  Total ₭607.830 billion
 -  Per capita ₭7,158
Gini (2016)36.3
medium · ??th
HDI (2016).774
high · ??th
QLI (2016)6.12 medium
IEF (2016)63.5 Moderately Free
Currency Krone (K) (BAK)
Time zone BST (TUC-1)
Date format dd.mm.yyyy CE
Drives on the right
Calling code +47
Internet TLD .ba

Balanta, officially the Federal Republic of Balanta is a country in South Kaftia, bordering Dakare and Kushish to the south, Sundi to the north. It is located east of Enfolo west of the Kaftian Sea. Balanta comprises of 18 states and one capital territory, where the capital Mari is located.

The modern Balanta state formed from the unification of the colonial Brieslandic Balanta and the Balanta Free State, a former province of the Buurawat Empire in 1951. The country faced a major civil war after independence in the early 1950s inspired by the civil war in the neighboring Central Kaftian Republic.

Balanta is the 3rd most populous country and has the 8th largest economy in Kaftia. It is the fastest growing economy in Kaftia and is considered one of the great emerging powers in the region. Balanta was one of the founders of the Kaftian Union and is part of most major international organizations.

History

Colonial Era

Burawi Balanta (1587 - 1832)

Breislandic Balanta (1790 - 1954)

Balanta Free State (1832 - 1954)

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After the end of the Great Adonian War, the XY memorandum had given the region of Breislandic Balanta full autonomy in its powers (1951). The ruling Freedom and Unity Party (FUP), which was still backed by Breisland had decided to work with its southern neighbor, the Balanta Free State on unifying the two nations. The ruling Kadarist Central Party (KCP) of Balanta had initially accepted, beginning negotiations in 1952 on a merger of the two states. The nations had decided on creating a unified government in Mari, a village located on the border of the the two countries. The first two years of rule were to go as a unified coalition of the leading parties, and an election afterwards.

Balantean Civil War (1954 - 1960)

By the time of the 1954 Balantean elections, the relationship between the ruling coalition of the KCP and FUP had fallen apart. Most of the progress made by the party leaders, Yoruba Sane of the KCP and Markos Egbert from FUP, had stalled as the sudden death of Markos Egbert to tuberculosis left the FUP with no leader. A month before elections were to begin in October, Yohan Kalluumaysato, the leader of the central army of the Balanta Free State had staged a coup against the central government. The coup prompted an international response from both the Kaftian Defense Pact and ZIAF, launching a unified effort to return the region to stability. In 1955 a Balantean, capitalist-favoring separatist movement known as Freier Staat had launched it's own campaign for power, further fueling the conflict. In 2005, it was revealed that both Freier Staat and Yohan Kalluumaysato's army had been supported secretly by ZAIF and Burawa respectively.

In March 18, 1960, the unified forces under the Adonian Community had restored power to the original ruling coalition, though power had been shifted heavily to the Freedom and Unity Party as heads of the KCP were implicated in working with Kalluumaysato in his coup government.

Modern Balanta (1960-)

After the civil war, Balanta had set forth a policy of neutrality in most global affairs, during the Kaftian Split, Balanta had decided to remain neutral in supporting either Ormese or Burawi interests. Balanta had continued to stay in the Kaftian Union, possibly due to close relations with Burawa. Balanta had also joined the Kaftian Association in 1965 as an observing member. Within the country, power remained balanced between the KCP and FUP, with the KCP holding a stronger grip in the south and FUP in the north. Balanta had provided logistical and medical support to the Adonian Peacekeeping Forces support during the Occupation of Kushish and the Kastrunetian Civil War.

From the 80s onward policy in Balanta had continuously flipped between favoring socialist and capitalist ideals depending on the party in power. The shifting economic policy had lead to many re-nationalizations and re-privatizations of businesses in the country for many years. Balanta in the 2000s had adopted a mixed-economic system strategy, attempting to capitalize on it's lower-middle income earning population. They had started to open much of its area for investment from all foreign interests, promoting cheap manufacturing potential and closer connection to Illypnia and the Mesogean than Eastern Fosia.

Demographics

Urbanization