|Anthem: From my Friends|
|-||A President||Randa Teveká|
|-||B President||Vovúg Renemibem|
|-||Independence declared from Rovenia||October 1, 2017|
|Drives on the||left|
Madinia (IPA: /mædɪniə/, Native language: Mádimei, IPA: /ɱæ̃d̪ĩɱẽj/), officially the Madinian Republic, is a country located on the Püzimmese peninsula with Rovenia to the west and Mlaken to the northwest. It has declared independence from Rovenia on October 1, 2017 following the 2017 election.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
"Mádimei" comes from "Mádimré", the name of the region Rovenia and Madinia are located in, and the Evanese word "Mei", meaning "friend".
16 Mirozda, 11 Evanja, 1 neutral
Like Rovenia, Madinia has 4 branches of government. The executive branch is run by the two presidents, Randa Teveká and Vovúg Rénemibem, who serve 6-year terms and alternating elections are held every 3 years. Each president. The legislative government has the National Court, run by one person from either Mirozda or Osumak and one person from either Evanja or Osumak. The legislative branch contains two representatives from each county, totaling 56 people, and run by two people elected by the representatives, with one from either Mirozda or Osumak and Evanja or Osumak. The judicial branch is run by 9 judges, who are all elected no matter what region they're from.
Madinia is divided into 3 regions. Mirozda is in the west and is the biggest by area. It is divided into 12 counties, 2 independent cities, and 2 territories, which all act the same and the only differences are their names. Evanja is in the east and the biggest by population. It is divided into 10 counties and 1 independent city. Each county, territory, and city are also divided into municipalities.
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Madinia has been a popular tourist spot for about a century when it was part of Rovenia. Because of civil unrest, tourism has dropped but still exists.
Dezaking is the official language of Madinia. Minor languages include East and West Miroz (spoken in Mirozda), Evanese (spoken in Evanja), Cobenan (spoken in far western Mirozda near the border with Rovenia), and Yekean (spoken on Yeké Island). All except Yekean are part of the Madim language family and are closely related. Yekean is a Saru-Asuran language with some Madim influence.
The most popular religion is Enshism. It is a polytheistic religion that doesn't have a big influence on daily life. Worship isn't required and it teaches to be nice and accepting towards everyone.
Most people in Madinia are decended from the rest of Baredina and Asuranesia.
Madinian cuisine contains a lot of fish and coconuts.