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Latest revision as of 07:48, 20 March 2020

Confederation of Lower Boroso
Flag
CapitalÄzäbrëzväřg
Official languages CLB UB
Yaharan
CLB Kavs language
Recognised regional languages Hantruzan
Heoroman
Ethnic groups CLB UB peoples
Hantruzans
Yaharans
CLB Kavs
Heoromans
Demonym Lower Borosan
Borosanus Inferior
Дольноборосанинъ
Government Confederal semi-constitutional republic
Legislature Treaty Convention of the Confederation
Time zone (SCT+3)
 -  Summer (DST) not observed (SCT)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy
Drives on the right

The Confederation of Lower Boroso (IPA: /kənfɛdɚˈɹeɪ̯ʃən əv ˈləwɚ bəˈɹəʊ̯səʊ̯/; Confœderatio Borosonis Inferioris, Съвѧзъ Дольнеѥ Бороса; UB: Placeholder, Yaharan: Hwätyungnnäcun ös Doyähärä IPA: /ˈʍɑtʲuŋgn̩nɑs͢ʃun os ˈdojɑɦɑɹɑ/, Hantruzan: God knows.) is a confederation of nominally independent countries in Lower Boroso, which can be broken into three main political sections: Upper Borosan, Yaharan, and Kavrinh. The Upper Borosan and Kavrinh sections are further broken down into various minor political entities, though in recent years the Upper Borosan entities have become increasingly centralised.

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