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The Kingdom of Niš
« on: December 05, 2021, 09:46:46 PM »
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The Kingdom of Niš


Currency: Dinar (=100 paras)
Ethnicity: Nišavan (87%) Slavic (9%) Basnion (3%) Other (1%)
State Religion: Nišavan Orthodox Church
Capital: Niš
Pop.: 39.95 million

Head of State: King Basil IV
Head of Government: King Basil IV
Government Type: Blessed Monarchy
Legislative Body: House of Commons
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Political System of the Kingdom of Niš
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2021, 10:39:00 PM »
Blessed Monarchism

The Nišavan Orthodox Church has a panel of 5 of the top bishops in the nation of Niš. At any time they feel that the King has trespassed into the authority of the church, or exercised power in ways unjust and against God, from which the King's power is granted, they may call a vote of no-confidence. If all 5 bishops unanimously vote against the King, he is expected to abdicate immediately to next in line to the throne. This keeps the King loyal to the order of God.

House of Commons and the Barons

The Kingdom is divided into 35 counties, each locally administrated. They are lead by barons who are appointed by the king. Depsite the usual nature of the title of baron being hereditary, baron titles are re-appointed by the king upon the death of their previous owner and can be revoked by the king at any time.

Laws are made and presented to the king by the House, in which the king will then rubber-stamp them. He can withhold the stamp from any law he so desires. If a baron feels that a new law will unfairly tread upon his county's rights or goes against the county's economic interests, they can appeal the law in house of Commons to the rest of the barons. The House will then vote for or against the law and if it passes, the baron who presented the suggested law and the baron who opposed it will then present their argument directly to the King, who will then decide whether or not to rubber-stamp the law. The King himself cannot make laws.

If the King wishes to revoke an existing law, the House will vote on whether he may or may not.

Democracy in the nation

Almost non-existent

The Justice System

The Justice System follows a trial by jury system. The jury (in which members of the public are required to serve on the bench of for a certain period) determines whether the defendant is guilty and the judge (trained members of the law, whose selection is determined by the House of Justice, a branch of the government in which the barons or king is unable to meddle) determines the punishment within the confines of the law. A ruling may be overturned at any time when new evidence comes to light. The king may also grant pardons to those sentenced to death (capital punishment is carried out through hanging, with the sentenced being dropped from a height with the rope snapping their neck once it goes taught, instantly killing them), sparing them the hangman and reducing their sentence down to a life imprisonment.
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Royal Family
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2021, 11:45:02 PM »

The White Palace, Niš

The King


Basil Nemanjić IV

Born on the 15th July 2004, Basil was crowned King after the death of his father, Vladimir III in 2016. His mother ruled in his stead as Queen-Mother-Regent until 2020, when he took de facto control of the nation. So far he has only dabbled lightly in domestic politics, and has appointed his brother as a baron.

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History
« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2021, 09:20:39 PM »
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1.Kingdom of Nišava-Basnio (1918-1945)
2.Socialist Federal Republic of Nišava-Basnio (1945-1980)
3.Nišavan-Basnion wars (1980-2005)
4.Kingdom of Niš (2005-modern day)

1. The kingdoms of Nišava and Basnio, long time rivals, are united by the surprise inheritance of the Basnion throne by the king of Nišava. The Basnion lords rebelled in the War of Basnion Succession, but were defeated. The nation suffered from ethnic tensions and nearly broke up several times, but managed to maintain its territory and independence.
2. A socialist revolution rose up in S-B, establishing the SFRNB. A charismatic dictator, Josef Tito, seized power and ruled the nation with an iron fist. His charismatic nature forged a Nišavan-Basnion supernational identity, which kept ethnic tensions down throughout his rule. Despite being a socialist republic, Tito successfully kept Nišava-Basnio out of the soviet sphere of influence.
3. Upon Tito’s death, the supernational Nišavan-Basnion identity fell apart, and the nation split apart into Nišava and Basnio. After a border dispute, the two nations went to war, with Nišava quickly overcoming Basnio and annexing the nation. Serbia pursued a policy of removal for Basnions, forcing them out of their homes and replacing them with Nišavans, as well as several instances of mass shootings of Basnion civilians.
4. The nation of Nišava is briefly put into a civil war, with the republican government being captured, forced to surrender and then executed a week into the conflict, putting the Nemanjić family into power, the capital being moved to their home of Nis, and the nation being renamed following the issue of the nation longer holding just Nišava, but Basnio as well.
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Re: The Kingdom of Niš
« Reply #4 on: December 26, 2021, 06:39:15 PM »
Miscellaneous policies

•Abortion: Illegal, save for cases of rape. Having or providing an abortion illegally can result in a fine (best case) or a life sentence (worse case)
•Adultery: No legal stance. Court approved grounds for divorce
•Affirmative action: Not practiced
•Age of consent: 16
•Age of majority: 21
•Assisted suicide: Illegal. Having or providing can result in a three month prison sentence (best case) or a life sentence (worse case)
•Bestiality: Illegal. Assisting someone in committing or committing yourself can result in a fine (best case) or a six month prison sentence (worse case)
•Birth control: Available to be provided privately.
•Childcare: Provided for approved cases.
•Concealed carry: Illegal.
•Divorce: An approved ground for divorce must be provided.
•Double jeopardy: Not permitted
•Drinking age: Can be bought from stores at 16, can be purchases alongside a meal at 12, parents can give their children liquor in private above age 11.
•Driving age: 16
•Eminent domain: Legal for certain cases.
•Flag desecration: Can result in a fine (best case) or a three month prison sentence (worse case)
•Gambling age: 21
•Homosexuality in the military: No legal stance.
•Human cloning: Illegal.
•Marriageable age: 21
•Military conscription: No.
•Minimum wage: 175 Dinars per hour
•Pornography: Illegal if it features homosexuality, beastality or incest
•Prostitution: Illegal
•Same-sex marriage: Illegal
•Sex reassignment surgery: Not Permitted
•Sex toys: Legal for private use
•Smoking age: 21
•Torture: Official not used
•Universal healthcare: Provided for approved cases
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