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People's Republic of Bonande

República Popular de Bonande
Flag of Bonande
Coat of arms of Bonande
Motto: "??"
"Nobody likes a tory"
Anthem: "Anthem"
Location of Bonande in Adonia
Location of Bonande in Adonia
and largest city
Official languagesVolisanian
Ethnic groups
39.3% MAIN
24.7% 2nd
13.6% Igmo
12.2% 4th
8.2% Other Kaftians
1.3% Mulat
0.5% South Kaftian
0.2% White Illypnian
GovernmentUnitary Marxism–Jinaist one-party socialist presidential republic
• President
Ernest Kambala
Vicenç Shivambu
LegislaturePeople's Congress
Chamber of Deputies
Constitutional history
• Independence from Volisania
18 April 1952
• Total
717,913.97 km2 (277,188.13 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• 2020 estimate
• 2016 census
• Density
41.3/km2 (107.0/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2016 estimate
• Total
₭39.642 billion
• Per capita
Gini (2016)44.8
medium · ??th
HDI (2016).422
low · ??th
CurrencyWtvr (W) (BON)
Time zoneUTC-1 (BST)
Date CE
Driving sideright
Calling code+47

Bonande, officially the People's Republic of Bonande (Volisanian: República Popular de Bonande) is a country in Northern Kaftia. It shares land borders with Wolffrea to the northwest, NAME and Borenia to the north, and Luongo to the south and east. Bonande gained independence from Volisania on 18 April 1952, following the Bonandian War of Independence. The capital and largest city of Bonande is Muhala. The sovereign state is a member of the Adonian Community and Kaftian Union.

Several hundred ethnic groups make up the country's population; Volisanian is the official language and four /Bantu/ languages (NAME, NAME, NAME, and NAME) have the status of national language. The economy is mainly based on the primary sector (agriculture and mining).

Northern Bonande has been the scene of an ongoing military conflict with the Igmo people from 1960 to 1992, with the resumption of hostilities in 2006.


Volisan colonial era


Democratic era (1952–1959)

Bonandian Civil War (1959–1964)

Military junta (1964–1972)

Second Bonandian Civil War (1972–1977)

Communist era (1977–present)

Muhate administration

Josep Muhate was declared President of Bonande on DATE by the Central Committee of the Bonandian People's Party (PPB). The Central Committee adopted the constitution of the People's Republic of Bonande on DATE, which established that power belongs to the workers and peasants "united and led by the PPB and by the organs of people's power." He announced massive reform plan which included a public works project, land reform granting nearly ###,### families farmland and also nationalization plans of various industries. Muhate quickly purged political opponents from the administration. Loyalty to Muhate and the revolution became the primary criterion for all appointments. The communist state forged new alliances with fellow socialist countries, which it considered its "natural allies." These included other Kaftian states such as Burawa, Maianka and West Orma, as well as Daras, Mengmia, ?? and Svaneti.


Kambala administration

On DATE, Muhate was hospitalized for DISEASE. Following months of speculation, Muhate announced a National Conference of the Bonandian People's Party to elect a new Secretary-General. The National Conference occurred in October 2015, where Ernest Kambala became the new Secretary-General. Muhate announced he would resign the presidency on 31 December 2015 and Kambala would become the new President of Bonande. On 1 January 2016, Kambala was inaugurated as the new president. Muhate was hospitalized a few weeks later and remained at the NAME Hospital in Muhala until his death on 18 June 2016. State funerals were held in Muhate's honor.

The state funerals were interrupted by anti-government protests. Thousand of protesters were arrested, while hundreds were killed by government forces. The Red Guard, an elite unit that reports directly to the President, massacred thousands of civilians accused of supporting "dissidents" in the subsequent weeks. According to AETOLIAN DUDE, presently Chairman of the Mesogean Refugee Council, the situation in Bonande became much worse in 2016 and 2017 and is a major moral and humanitarian challenge comparable to the wars in COUNTRY and COUNTRY, which receive much more attention. Women and children are abused sexually and "abused in all possible manners".

Human Rights Watch said in 2017 that "Kambala's Red Guard patrolled the streets of Bonande's main cities, firing on or arresting protesters or anyone else deemed to be a threat to the president," they said.



Administrative divisions

Government and politics

Ernest Kambala.jpg Vicenç Shivambu.jpg
Ernest Kambala
Vicenç Shivambu
Vice President

Foreign relations


Igmo conflict

Human rights

Crime and law enforcement





Largest cities

Ethnic groups