Czisilia

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Pashaist Republic of Czisilia
xočažaǧí ipǧó čisiló (Czisilian)
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Motto: "The glory of our Fathers"
Czisilia
Location of Czisilia on Sahar
Capital
and
Eresa
Official languages Czisilian
Recognised national languages Terminian
Lhidian
Ethnic groups 87% Czisilian
13% other(See demographics for a more detailed breakdown)
Religion Pashaism
Demonym Czisilian, Czisil
Government Unitary Pashaist theocratic dictatorship
 -  President Sedhan Vulugh
 -  Prime Minister Karów Juwliđ
Legislature Hosha's Will
Independence from the Helsonian Union
 -  Hosha's Insurrection 8th March 1940 
 -  Independence declared 5th November 1942 
 -  Recognised 4th September 1971 
Area
 -  270,977 km2
104,625 sq mi
Population
 -  2011 estimate 13,267,044
 -  2017 census 13,268,000
 -  Density 48.96/km2
126.8/sq mi
GDP (nominal) 2015 estimate
 -  Total $46.30 billion
 -  Per capita $3,490
HDI (2016)0.639
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Currency Czisilian Zhar (zh) (CZG)
Time zone Western Milevic Time (SCT+7)
Date format mm,dd,yyyy
Drives on the left
Internet TLD .cz

Czisilia (/t͡ʃɪˈsɪlɪjə/; Czisilian: čisil, tr. Čisil [ˈt͡ʃɪ.sɪl]), officially the Pashaist Republic of Czisilia (Czisilian: xočažaǧí ipǧó čisiló, tr. Xočažaǧí Ipǧó Čisiló [ˈχo.t͡ʃɐ.ʒɐˌʀi: ˈɪpˌʀo: ˈt͡ʃɪ.sɪˌlo:]), is a sovereign state constituting the entirety of the Czisil Peninsula. Located in Milevia, a subregion of Parshita in eastern Miraria, its only land border is with Kaisen to the north, but it also shares maritime borders with Azey to the west and Farmosh to the east.

Etymology

The name Czisilia comes from the Proto-South Milevic name *t͡ɬis-ahhil, meaning "land of travelers". This name was originally used to refer to the general Southern Milevic area, with the Old High Czisilian name Čisṯhiḷ being popularised as the name for the clans of the Czisilian peninsula during the era of the Milevic Empire.

History

Pre-Terminian Era (1300s-1600s)

Map of the distribution of South Milevic clans across the Czisil peninsula and modern-day Farmosh.

As were the other states of the Milevic Empire, Czisilia was made up of loosely connected clans spread across the southern Czisil peninsula and modern day Farmosh. The largest and most powerful of these clans were located in Eresa and Aśkal.

Terminian colonialism (1600s-1925)

The arrival of the Terminians caused an important diaspora which put the Czisilians and Farmoshis in their respective modern places. Terminia completely abolished the clan system in favour of its own Western-style administration. The Terminian conquest also brought a whole new architectural style to the region, very distinct from traditional Milevic architecture.

Helsonian Era (1925-1961)

After the foundation of the Helsonian Union, Kúúlism was put into place as the state ideology and Czisilia was assimilated into the satellite state of Kaisen-Czisilia in 1937, until the fabled "Hosha's Insurrection" in 1940. These revolts split the country for 11 years up until the armistice signed in 1952. This marked Czisilia's secession from the Terminians (the second state to do so, after Farmosh in 1876), which would only be officially recognised by Helsonia in 1971.

Post-Helsonian Era (1940-Present)

After seceding from Helsonia, Czisilia went on to become a pashaist theocracy, first ruled by Aoler Ipzí, but the most marking ruler was Dómej Vazídh who ruled the country for a record 57 years. He brought many reforms to the country, including an effort to open the country to the world in recent years. However, he tragically died in 2018 in the collapse of a juvid's minaret. Vazídh's death left the people of Czisilia confused and heartbroken, as propaganda had painted him as a father figure for the country throughout his rule.

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