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|The People's Republic of Xhodiar
Ne 'inangi Nekei 'inangi Qho'iilr
|Motto: "Beyond Eternity"|
|Official languages||Xhodiar, Qajani|
|Recognised regional languages||Baetsit|
|-||1917||The Holy Union|
620,138.368 sq mi
|Time zone||SXT (SCT+2)|
|-||Summer (DST)||not observed (SCT)|
|Drives on the||right|
Xhodiar (IPA: /ˈkəʊ.diɑ:/, Xhorial: Qho'iilr, IPA: /q͡χʰo.ʔɨɾɑ/, Qajani: C̉qôhila, IPA: /k͡xʷo.ʔɨ.lɐ/), officially the People's Republic of Xhodiar, is a country located in southern Baredina. Xhodiar is known for its military strength and its poor international relations. Many languages are spoken in Xhodiar, the most widespread being Qajani.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
The Xhovian military, 'aqrxii, is organised into four subdivisions; Dhxrng (Army/Military Police and Special Forces), Pwouy (Navy/Coast Guard), Nah (Air Force), Zry (Monitoring Division). In 2015, military spending was estimated at 47% of the country’s GDP, which is the higher than any other country on Sahar. The ‘aqrxii is normally commanded by the Uryqyiithii unless they have appointed a Chief of the Defence Section. The Uryqyiithii is currently the head of the military.
As of mid-2015, an estimated 1.9 million people were employed full-time by the ‘arqrxii. All adult citizens have had military training, so if necessary, the entire adult population could be conscripted. The current conscription model requires for citizens to begin military training with 15 and continue serving between 2 and 10 years depending on their class.
Xhodiar’s road network is amongst the sparsest in Baredina. As most citizens are prohibited from owning their own motorised vehicles, many areas do not have roads suitable for cars or motorbikes. Areas which do have roads usually don’t have speed limits or don’t enforce them. Settlements usually have an individual network of trams and are connected to the national, polycentric network of high-speed trains.
Xhodiar has a number of airports, most of which only accept cargo flights. The airport in the capital city of Kweqi is able to accept both cargo and passengers, but tourism is a very small industry in Xhodiar.