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|| The Commoner's Republic of Ruthumbria [OVERVIEW]

COMMONER'S REPUBLIC OF RUTHUMBRIA
Poblachd Cumanta Ruthumbe

Flag

Coat of Arms

Motto:

"Sėth tro strė"
"Peace through Struggle"


Anthem:

"Marseillaise an neach-obrach"
("Worker's Marseillaise")


fhwjergerggg uhgh utfgj urt hrgu



Capital City
and most populous

Ashpool

Official language

Ruth Cranylic

National languages
·

English, French, Italian, various others

Ethnic Groups:
·
·
·

· White (70%)
· Black, Asian & Mixed (12%)
· Other (18%)

Demonym(s)

Ruthumbrian

Religion

. Christianity (71.09%)
. Islam (11.07%)
. No Religion (5.60%)
. Others (12.24%)

Government

· Premier
· President

Federal Semi-Presidential Republic
Maximilian Johnson
Antre Ford

Legislature

. House of Commoners (Lower House)
. House of Republics (Upper House)

Population
· 2020 estimate

· Density

.
25,251,000

TBD/km2

GDP (nominal)
· Total
· Per capita

2020 estimate
TBD
TBD

HDI
·

0.824
very high

Currency

Trickle (Tr)

Area

TBDkm2

Time zone
· Summer (DST)

TBD

Date format

DD-MM-YYYY

Driving side

left

Internet TLD

.rth

Ruthumbria


Ruthumbria, officially the Commoner's Republic of Ruthumbria is sovereign nation in the Western Isles. The Republic is made up of four Commonwicks, with the capital city, Ashpool, making up a separate capital district.

The area now called Ruthumbria was first inhabited by modern humans in the Upper Paleothic period, and the name of the country was derived from the [nation] word for the geographical area, 'Ruthanne'. Ruthumbria began to consolidate into one single Kingdom in the 8th Century, as the core territories of Dernia and Sythclare entered a dynastic union. The influence of the Kingdom of Ruthumbria reached its height in mid-fifteenth Century, which the Kingdom being the main fundraiser for the Crusades of the Isles (1103-1287) and with many smaller territories paying homage to the King of the Ruthe. However, by the early 1600s, frequent losses in conflicts against neighbours, as well as the instability after the Succession Crisis of 1586, the Kingdom of Ruthumbria - at this point under the House of Lewis - began to lose its influence. Political unrest and the monarch's falling popularity lead to the Ruthumbrian Civil War (1632-1639), which in turn saw the execution of Edwin I and the parliament of Ruthumbria take control of the new Commonwealth of Ruthumbria. After several political crises, the modern Ruthumbria came into existence after the Acts of Common Men in 1701.

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Ruthumbria

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