|People's Republic of Jilu Lyladna
Nulstu Ankä ya Jilu Lyladna
|Recognised regional languages||Osveraali, Katella, and Amakane|
|-||President||Mīna Vikamengawiġäe Line|
|-||Lower house||County House|
|-||Jilia founded||c. 500|
|-||Kingdom of Jilu and Lyladna formed||1840|
|-||Republic of Jilu Lyladna formed||1930|
|-||People's Republic of Jilu Lyladna formed||1968|
|Currency||Jilian-Lyladnese Yed (JLY)|
|-||Summer (DST)||(SCT-11 and -10)|
|Drives on the||right|
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
"Jilu Lyladna" comes from the name of the two names of the area used in the past. Jilia was used around 500 when the country was first established and is the traditional name for the area. Lyladna was used for the area when it was a part of the Osveraali Empire even though Jilia was still used natively. When the Kingdom of Jilia and Lyladna was established, the western part was called Jilia and the eastern part was called Lyladna. When it became a republic, the Jilians took over the country and it became known as Jilu Lyladna, with Jilu being their word for "Jilian" and Lyladna referring to the whole island.
In 500, the Jilu people founded a country called Jilia after themselves. It lasted until the late 1500s when they became part of the Osveraali Empire. They never liked being part of an empire they didn't control, so the Lyladnese Revolution (named after the island Lyladna) started in 1780 and failed. Later on in 1840, the island gained independence and became the Kingdom of Jilia and Lyladna. In 1930, the country became a republic run by the Jilians from the west and changed its name to the Republic of Jilu Lyladna, but it was still technically ran by the same royal family as the Kingdom of Jilia and Lyladna. In 1968, it became a full republic and called the People's Republic of Jilu Lyladna. In 2010, the republic started falling apart under president Balūnukema Hakk, and she was assassinated during a coup d'état leading to the current president, Vikamengawiġäe Line.
Jilu Lyladna has 10 types of administrative divisions.
Special Autonomous Area is the largest, only including Sujeia located in the east. It is ran like an independent country but also highly influenced by the national government.
Regular states contains 8 states. They are able to make their own laws but have to follow national laws too.
Divided states contain 4 states in the east, and are ran exactly like regular states, except parts of the states are found in Sujeia.
Sujei states contain the same 4 states as divided states. They are ran by the Sujei Special Autonomous Region and are able to run themselves with little intervention.
Island states contain 2 states found in the south. They are culturally and linguistically distinct from the rest of the country and have lots of power to themselves.
Ize only contains one state, also called Ize. It is identical to island states except it is much larger and in the northwest part of the country.
Religious states contain 2 states which were established for religious minorities in the north. Ngōy was established for Traditionalists who are old-fashioned and extremely rarely leave their towns, so each town runs itself. Gujavōk was established for Iyankists, who believe there's a good universe and an evil universe, but the state is ran like regular states.
Metropolitan only contains Öxeșlezü, the largest city in the country, along with its suburbs. Like some other kinds of states, it is only the name that's different, and it isn't run differently from other states.
Federal states are the newest, and it only contains Vikamengawiġäe, the newest state. It was established so the new capital, Ngaaf Uso, was its own state. The state also contains a port near Ngaaf Uso separated from the rest of the state.
Each state except Ngōy are further divided into counties, which are used for the lower legislative house. Ngōy is divided into towns along with unorganized areas outside of any town.