Dohria

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Democratic Kingdom of Dohria
Flag of Dohria
Flag Emblem
Capital
and
Sodi
Official languages Dohron, Deinau, Tnaaq
Demonym Dohron, more formally Dohroda
Government Liberal democratic constitutional monarchy
 -  Prime Minister
 -  Monarch Nau Ta-Abo
Legislature Parliament
 -  Upper house Assembly
 -  Lower house House of Representatives
 -  Water (%) 0
Population
 -  2014 census 2.6M
Time zone (SCT-5)
 -  Summer (DST) not observed (SCT)
Date format ddd-yyyy
Drives on the right
Calling code +17
Internet TLD .ya

Dohria (IPA: /dɒʰɾiə/, Native language: Dohro, IPA: /ɖɒʰʈ̆ɒ/), officially the Democratic Kingdom of Dohria, is a country located in northwest Nagu. A significant feature of Dohria is its thriving coconut industry, an integral part of the culture since tribal times. The local people are very resourceful and make use of most of the county's would-be waste.

Etymology

History

Geography

Geology

Climate

The climate is warm and, in most areas, damp. In real world terms, somewhere between Spain and Indonesia.

Biodiversity

Politics

Government

The system contains a monarch and Prime Minister. Every 4 years, a Prime Minister is elected through a general election in which all citizens over 15 can vote. The leader of the elected party becomes the Prime Minister. He/She then assembles a cabinet, either on his/her own or through another election. Then, the current monarch, Prime Minister and cabinet (collectively known as the Assembly) meet to discuss the constitution for the next 4 years as a limit to what laws can be passed. The House of Representatives is chosen by giving parties seats proportional to how many votes they received in the general election (100 seats are available). Parties submit ideas for laws. If a law gets over 65% approval by the House of Representatives, it is passed to the Assembly who usually accept it.

Administrative divisions

Foreign relations

Military

Effectively non-existent

Economy

The 2 main industries are coconut products, the two most popular of which are oil and milk, and technology.

Transport

Energy

Science and technology

Tourism

Demographics

Ethnic groups

Dohria contains mostly humans with small communities of Kavrinhs, especially in the east of the country. The main human ethnic groups are Vajusan and Tnaaqian with minorities of Hanian (especially in Ido island), Aysari and Dulic.

Urbanisation

Language

see Dohron

Education

Education in Dohria is mandatory between the ages of 5-18. Preschool goes from age 3 to 5, Primary from 5-10, Secondary A from 10-12, Secondary B from 12-18 and Tertiary until you finish your courses. After Primary school and Secondary A (basic learning in all subjects), students pick their subjects for their ibotupinu (singular: ibotupi) exams at 18. Tertiary courses are called ibotuibinu u (singular: ibotuibi u). All subjects will be up soon.

Healthcare

Religion

There is no official state religion. The most popular religious ideology would be Atheist, closely followed by Batokan (an indigenous religion, slowly dwindling), then Agnostic.

Culture

Heritage

Architecture

Literature

Art

Music

Theatre

Film

Cuisine

Sport

Symbols

See also