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The Federal Republic of Jiāyuán (家园)
« on: February 13, 2021, 02:23:31 AM »


Motto:- Peace,Justice,Solidarity
National Anthem:- Pending

BACKGROUND

Dating back to the start of the 15th century a set of twins were born in Lijiang, one twin went on to rule Lijiang’s Majestic Empire as Dragon Emperor, the other twin was sent to rule a set of provinces up north overlooking the coastline of the Krimeon Sea. That twin’s name was Hwa Jieng Yaloung who went on to expand his new nation of the Dragon Kingdom of Jiāyuán to be a great power in its own right ruling as Jiāyuán’s first ‘Celestial Emperor’.  Hwa Jien Yaloung would be the first, but not last Celestial Emperor of Jiāyuán, but he did start off the first Dynasty simply known as the Hwa Dynasty from 1500-1692 when his great, great grandson Hwa Yin Dou died without legitimate heir to the Celestial Throne.

After Hwa Yin Dou’s death, his top General Wu Yon Tzei took the reins first as a regent, but with the kingdom on the brink of civil war over the matters of succession and the growing unrest in the western Baruun Tal province where their citizens were mostly Mongolian wanted to break away and form their own nation, General Wu Yon Tzei took command and pacified the Mongolian uprising in the west and proclaimed himself Celestial Emperor in Tausong Imperial Palace in 1697 with the backing of the military. His rulership was more martial in nature as his control over the state was more militaristic and expanded the army by reforming their training young people from the moment they can walk to their late teens in drills and combat.

This came to a head at the Battle of the Xiling, when Emperor Wu Yon Tzei led the troops himself against the Mongol hordes of Barunn Tai, he would die in close quarter combat to Yulakht Khan’s (Aka Yilou Dien) blade in 1713, after which Yulakht Khan would occupy Xiling for 10 years after which he sent his army back to his nation’s capital of Inghaan Bataar, however not before cementing his legacy. Yulakht Khan held onto Xiling and trated the city like a fortress and a bridgehead for an invasion, the invasion that wouldn’t never happen and a counter attack that would never happen.

Emperor Wu Yon Tzei was dead unlike their previous Emperor before him however he had an heir but he only had 2 daughters. Their older daughter Wu Mai Yen who was 10 years old and the younger one Wu Chei Fang who was 7 years old, and due to their primogeniture monarchial laws only a son of the previous Emperor can be the next ruling monarch. The nobles didn’t want a succession war and be exposed to a Mongol invasion from Xiling thus the law of male only rulers was repealed. Wu Mi Yen would be the first Celestial Empress of Jiāyuán in Tausong Imperial Palace in 1718 after she came of age at 18 years old.

She began measures to ease the tension between Jiāyuán and the Mongolian Hords of Barrun Tai. After Xiling was capture and occupied by Yulakht Khan’s forces, they began to learn from the Jiāyuán’s ways to govern and rule and by 1729 Baruun Tai was brought back into the Jiāyuánese fold as they abandoned their tents and got off their horses and began building houses and sustainable infrastructure and made their own calligraphy script system that copied many principles and sentence structure from the Jiāyuánese.

Yulakht Khan was given the right to rule over Baruun Tai but his son later to be known and Nhufan Khan (aka Yilou Fu) was to become The Empress’s husband, further cementing their kingdoms together. The Empress’ sister Wu Chei Fang would marry Yilou Min Nhufan Khan’s brother.

The Wu Dynasty would continue to rule until 1864 after the end of the Yellow Rebellion, which was a revolt led by serfs, and peasants of the Buddhist majority when the royal family was mostly Confucian/Taoist. The rebellion was due to the Wu Dynastic family taxing Buddhist land and temples at a higher rate as well as excluding Buddhist from civil service and education and thus most her mostly relegated to a life of poverty.

Led under a Buddhist monk Chen Tsengdai he led the rebellion to a successful overthrow of the Wu dynasty forcing them in exile and establish the Vedic Domain of Jiāyuán making the feudalistic system worse as the clerical regime was ran by a council of clerical monks until 1960 after the wake of the one Jiāyuán movement in Zhēnzhū leading to the formation of the formation of the Federal Republic of Jiāyuán with the capital moved to Zhēnzhū the following year.


Government Type:- Officially a Federal Parliamentary Republic (One Party State)
Population:-:- 275,152,412
Capital City:- Zhēnzhū (珍珠)
Demonym:- Jiāyuánese


ECONOMY

Currency:- Yuan (¥)
GDP per Capita:- $30,410.33
Total GDP:-$8,367,475,649,215.96
Unemployment Rate:- 3.7%
Main Industries:-
Primary: Copper Ore, Iron Ore, Natural Gas
Secondary: Consumer Electronics, Pharmaceuticals, Transportation Equipment, Automobiles, Industrial Chemicals, Food Processing.
Tertiary: Financial Services, Education, Building/Construction, Public Health, Telecommunications Services, Retail, Logistics/Transport,Hospitality, Gambling


PEOPLE

Ethnicity:- Han Chinese 89%, Mongol 4%, South Asian 4%, Other 3%
Languages:- Madarin Chinese, Cantonese, Mongolian, Hindi, Latin, English
Religions:- Buddhist, Taoist/Confucian, Hindu
Average Life Expectancy:- Male 85yrs, Female 88yrs


GOVERNMENT

Head of State:- Secretary General
Head of Government: - Same as above
Name of Legislative Body:- Federal Diet
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Re: The Federal Republic of Jiāyuán (家园)
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2021, 01:04:41 AM »
Politics and Government



The Jiāyuán Civic Union

Founding:14/10/1954
Political Position:Centre-Centre Right
Ideology:Civic Nationalism, Communitarianism, One Nation Conservatism, Third Way Economics
Synopsis: The Jiāyuán Civic Union is the only governing party in Jiāyuán. Initially the party started out as a revolutionary republican movement dedicated to the overthrow of theocratic rule in Jiāyuán. The ruling party since 1960, it was founded in 1952 as a nationalist political movement, it has gone on to dominate the political system of the nation.The party’s main purpose was the removal of the clerical regime of the Council of Sages and modernise the state. The Party has been credited with consistent and stable economic growth and the secularisation of the state and doing away with a feudalistic economic system as they saw it as a way of perpetuating poverty.

Positioned on the centre-right of conventional politics and is usually considered ideologically conservative, the party has adopted policies a kin to economic liberalism-favouring free market policies, however also putting up strong competition and consumer protection laws to root out dubious trade practices as well as financial services oversight to cushion the effects of market shortfall, as well as establishing various welfare programs such as unemployment payments in the form of training and workfare to ensure a skilled workforce and employability in order to cushion the effects of market failure.

To that end however the party has been seen to evolve to a more economically third way minded and centrist with their Keynesian policies. Socially due to Jiāyuán's ethnic homogeneity the JCU is usually seen as socially conservative and favours traditional social institutions over social pluralism, however that is changing over time. Foreign policy wise they prefer neutrality over interfering with other nations affairs, the rational behind this is that they like to adhere to norms of nations not interfering with each others politics, while at the same time insuring a strong military to protect from outside threats, this doctrine as it is known to many international circles is the policy of "Armed Neutrality".

Government Administration

Executive:The head of the executive branch is known as the Secretary General who acts as both head of state and head of government and is also the head of the Jiāyuán Civic Union. The Secretary General is the supreme commander of the Jiāyuánese military. The Secretary General appoints the members of the Federal Secretariat which acts as his his/her cabinet. The Secretary General is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the country. The Secretary General is voted in by the legislature and serves 1 term of 10 years and has the right to make a propose laws within the Federal Diet.

Legislative:The Legislature is simply known as the Federal Diet and operates on the principles of the Westminster system. The Federal Diet is a unicameral body and makes legislation. The members of the diet are simply known as Diet Members or DM’s and are elected via popular vote in their provinces for 3 terms of which are 5 years at a time (15 years max). The Federal Diet has the power to declare war and peace, review international treaties, and has the power of the purse. 

Judicial:The Judicial system is based on the inquisitorial system based on the German Civil Code. The final authority and highest court in the country is the High Court of Jiāyuán. The court is made up of 7 justices who are all elected by the Federal Bat Association and the legal benches of every province to ensure judicial independence from both other branches of government. The judges serve terms of 20 years on a rotating roster. The High Court has the power of judicial review in the case of clashing legislation or constitutional grounds, the final court of appeal and can make laws on the basis of judicial precedent. 

Composition of the Federal Secretariat

Secretary General-Guamin Cheng
Secretary of State-Wen Yi-Mai
Secretary of Defence & State Security-Daixi Li 
Secretary of Finance-Deng Xi-Lao
Governor of the Reserve Bank- Fu Meishin (Independent)
Secretary of Commerce & industry-Wuhua Chau
Secretary of the Press-Seiji Mai
Secretary of Justice-Tai Chaifang
Secretary of Immigration & Citizenship-Lei Fang
Secretary of Health & Social Services-Wong Midou
Secretary of Education & Labour-Wai Su Shin
Secretary of Transportation-Tai Wat Tze
Secretary of Energy-Wang Jiming
Secretary of Agriculture-Jai An-Jeong
Secretary of Environmental Protection & Conservation-Wong Jai Wei


PoliciesStance
Drugs Law Heroin, LSD, Ecstasy, Meth, Cocaine are all illegal and the penalty will be enforced by the Federal Bureau of Firearms & Narcotics. Everything else is either prescription only or over the counter
Same Sex Marriage   Legal under the Equal Marriage Act of 2011
Education Compulsory K-12 system. University entry is dependant on the students grades in their finishing senior years of their high school. Technical colleges are open to anyone and can be used as a nexus for those wishing to apply to university courses.
Property Ownership   Right to private property is legal
VotingFederal Government is elected via parliament, local votes for members of the Federal Diet as well as provincial and municipal government offices are all elected via popular vote from the age of 18.
ProstitutionLegal but different provinces have different rules and procedures in terms of administering the laws regarding it
Freedom of the PressLegal under the Freedom of Information Act of 1987
Freedom of MovementLegal, however immigration does have visa requirements with 4 major visa categories, Work Visa, Study/Student Visa, Tourist/Holiday Visa, Humanitarian/Refugee Visa, all with differing requirements, dual citizenship is allowed but the person applying will need to have stayed in the country for at least 5 years, be able to financially support themselves married to a Jiayuanese citizen (Optional), and have sufficient command of Mandarin Chinese (Language classes are subsidised by the government in approved colleges) 
AbortionLaws and procedures vary each province
Health Care Universal access, however different insurance providers all have different policies when it comes to elective medical procedures and alternative cover
The PFS (Pharmaseutical Funding Subsidy) introduced in 1973 under the Shangzin Provision to cover a percentage of the cost of selling on counter and off counter drugs to east the cost of medications which is averaged out and capped to the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Currently the subsidised price rate of counter and off counter medications is 67% and is reviewed every 3 years. The Public Health and Safety Act of 1970 lays out the groundwork for creating the agencies of the FCPA (Federal Commission of Pharmaceutical Administration) which grants regulatory power over the price of medications in compliance with the PFS and have safety standards for medications. Also created the FOPHR (Federal Office of Public Health Research) which is charged with funding and conducting research and development of projects in the areas of epidemiology, immunology and virology and disease prevention. 
Gun Laws The ownership and use of firearms is regulated by the Firearms Ownership Act of 2001. A license is always needed for possession of a firearm and all firearms as well as the suppliers of firearms are all registered. Firearms may only be carried while they are being used for a specific purpose (e.g. hunting, shooting at ranges). Differing laws regarding the usage of firearms as a means of self defence vary each province
Internet NeutralityEnforced by the Net Neutrality Amendment in 2003 under the original Freedom of Information Act of 1987
Business OwnershipRegistration to operate a business is legal to anyone over the age of 18 under the Trade Practises Act of 1963.  Various amendments were added over the years this includes the following:
The Income Tax Assessment Act (ITAA) of 1963 laid the foundation of the current tax code
The Jinyai Amendment of 1967 which grants consumer protections from predatory practises on behalf of the consumer.
The Un-Wai Amendment of 1970 which introduced strong competition laws that prohibited price fixing, and put in place strong anti-monopoly laws.
The Chang & Wen-Li Act of 2010 which separated the banking and financial sector operations from retail banking deposits of regular peoples savings accounts from high finance investment accounts after the aftermath of  the Jiayuanese recession which spanned from 2009 to 2011
MarriageLegal for 2 consenting adults at the age of 18 and over

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Re: The Federal Republic of Jiāyuán (家园)
« Reply #3 on: March 03, 2021, 06:25:00 AM »
Geography


Provinces

1.Liaosheng
2.Xingqan
3.Wuudong
4.Sejuan
5.Hannfuku
6.Shoushin
7.Sejiong
8.Taijeeling
9.North Midou
10.South Midou
11.Fuchihan
12.Leichen
13.North Barunn Tai
14.South Barunn Tai
15.Tongqi
16.Daolong
17.Beiyufan
18.Paiming
19.Hyakugen
20.Maoshun
21.Changlan
22.Wubei
23.Wongdi

Major Cities


Name:Zhēnzhū (Capital)
Population:10,478,624
Description: Zhēnzhū is Jiāyuán's capital. It holds the seat of government and the central branches of all government offices and agencies are centred in this city as well as holding the official residence of the Secretary General. The city is located on the north coast of Liaosheeng province, and acts as it's own administrative zone. Many industries that reside in Zhēnzhū are mostly government consulting, professional administrative services (i.e Legal Services, Political Consulting, accounting firms, and civilian contractors) dominate Zhēnzhū's economy.


Name: Daoxinghai
Population: 8,433,256
Description: Daoxinghai is a major coastal transport hub on the northern coast of Xingquan province. The city is a major services hub for the IT Sector, many companies that manufactor consumer electronics and IT equipment and is the a major transport hub for imports and exports for goods coming and going overseas.


Name: Xingdau
Population: 2,784,365
Description: Xingdau is said to be a centre of vice and is often known as the "Vice City" or "Sin City" due to the city being the hub for legalised gambling. Its the largest city in Taijeeling Province and resides on the Pearl reiver which starts in the North of the Taijeeling coast. However this town is also known to be a resort town featuring luxury hotels and has various vacation homes of the nations rich and famous, for that reason this city has the highest property prices in the country.


Name: Jiangmai
Population: 8,671,137
Description: Jiangmai lies on the coast of Taijeeling province and is considered one of wealthiest cities in the nation. Their economy is mostly revolving around high finance and professional service firms and many high-profile business professionals consider this city home and many young people move to Jiangmai to either work or study if they want a career in business and finance and is also a regional melting pot for commerce and industry.
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« Reply #4 on: March 27, 2021, 10:18:55 PM »
Jiāyuánese Economy

Population: 275,152,412
GDP Per Capita (PPP): $29,193.91
GDP per Capital (Nominal): $30,410.33
GDP (PPP): $8,032,776,623,247.32
GDP (Nominal): $8,367,475,649,215.96
Currency: (¥) Yuan
Exchange Rate: $1.00=¥0.96
HDI: 0.927 (High)
Gini Coefficient: 26.1 (Low)
Unemployment Rate: 3.7%
Labour Force by occupation: 6% Agriculture, 44% Manufacturing, 50% Services
Income Tax Rate: 15%-38% (Progressive Tax Structure)
Corporate Tax Rate: 25%
VAT/GST (Sales Tax): 10%

Main Industries

Primary Industry: Copper Ore, Iron Ore, Natural Gas

Secondary Industry: Consumer Electronics, Pharmaceuticals, Transportation Equipment, Automobiles, Industrial Chemicals, Food Processing

Tertiary Industry: Financial Services, Education, Building/Construction, Public Health, Telecommunications Services, Retail, Logistics/Transport, Hospitality, Gambling