|Republic of Haboya
Rúdasa na Habóya
|Government||Unitary Constitutional Crowned Republic|
|-||'ayía (President)||Tomá Osembí|
|-||Nánasi (Prime Minister)||Kokoyí Ováka|
|-||Haboya Province Established||109 BCE|
|-||Collapse of the First Cananganamese Empire||November 28, 1262|
|-||Founding of the Haboya Republic||September 3, 1759|
|-||Modern Constitution Ratified||July 8, 1902|
180,484 sq mi
|-||Total||$724.487 Billion USD|
Haboya (Hasibi Language: Habóya [ʔaˈboja]), officially the Republic of Haboya, is a country located upon the west coast of Nagu. Haboya is bordered by Cananganam and Mujansa to the South, TBD to the East, and Sarsa to the North. The country is noted for its vast number of languages, clothing and agricultural industries involving products such as chocolate, banana, cocaine, sugar, and taro.
The name of Haboya descends from Classical Cananganamese Sabúñā, which is derived from çaᵐbɨ ɲaxa, meaning "it is stopped (here)". This is referring to the Salagwea river which composes the largest source of fresh water for the nation, flooding into the sea.
Much of Haboya's economy is dedicated agricultural production. The production of cacao and banana are important goods which the nation is reliant on. In all, it's heavily dependent on Cananganam and Mujansa for industrial imports as its industrial base is lacking in comparison to the two respective nations. In addition to agriculture, Haboya is reliant on foreign tourism. Tours along the Salagwea river are frequent, with some 200,000 tourists visiting yearly for various activities including swimming, fishing, and sight-seeing.
Haboya is a republic based on stratified socio-economic castes. Astalvi in Haboya are considered 2/5 the vote of a Human. Dominated by a president, a congress assists in passing legislation. The judicial system is an entirely separate branch designed on similar lines to the fatebinder system in Cananganam.