Haiseary

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Grand Duchy of Haiseary
"haiđkjérrelineanjulemihkeáma"
Anthem: ""Prinnearka?""
Royal anthem""Toachímiei""
Capital
and Metropolitan conglomeration
Iſtinkír
Official languages Haisearelic
Recognised regional languages Taisearelian
Demonym Haisearelian
Government Constitutional unitary diarchy
 -  Co-Grand Duchess Meukjær II
 -  Co-Grand Duchess Etinkír XVIII
 -  Tetraministress Caieariel Zepprſizínn
 -  Tetraministress Filúmil Nenta Jr.
 -  Tetraministress Lohteár Veitfrér
 -  Tetraministress Hameágja Killáhta
Legislature Ikténiéa
 -  Upper house Eimna
 -  Lower house Áhknei
Independent
Area
 -  1,081,134 km2
417,428 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 5,48%
Population
 -  2017 estimate 12161290
 -  2016 census 12162757
 -  Density 11.25/km2
29.1/sq mi
GDP (nominal) 2017 estimate
 -  Total 381935520
 -  Per capita 31402
Gini0.438
low
HDI (2016)0.843
very high
Currency Haisearelian Meicai (HMM)
Time zone (SCT+8, +9)
 -  Summer (DST) Not observed (SCT)
Date format yyyy-ddd
Drives on the right
Calling code 42
Internet TLD na

Haiseary (Haisearelic: neanhaiđkjérreli [nɛnˈhɑí.çea.r̥el.i], Taisearelian: Tázérel nen [ta:ˈze:.rel nen]), officially the Grand Duchy of Haiseary, is a country located in the Mirarian Far East, bordering Achiyitqana to the north and Yrakksi to the west. It measures 1081134 square kilometres, and has primarily a subarctic climate. Its current political system, a constitutional diarchy arose in 1896, and is considered one of the countries with the worst gender discrimination in the world, and the only county to have a female-only legislature. It has in the 20th and 21st centuries been represented in the world stage by the female line of the Ehtinkírimié dynasty. The sole official language is Haisearelic, spoken by 86% of the population. Taisearelian, the second-largest language in Haiseary, spoken by 10%, is considered a non-intelligible dialect of Haisearelic in Haiseary. The Haisearelian fish products are often considered one of the best in Eastern Miraria.

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Haiseary's districts, colour-coded according to region. Taiseary in pink is not a region, instead a group of autonomous districts.

Haiseary is divided into 3 regions, 22 districts, 6 autonomous districts and 5 ducal administration zones. Each region is named after their relative position in Old Thargian, sulx, xịḍ and gèrsäń for east, centre and west, respectively. Taiseary is not part of any region, and instead a group of six autonomous districts sharing greater freedoms, like having their own flag and common legislature. Haiseary's districts are named after their region's initial, and a number in ascending order from east to west. Newer districts, split from other districts (or annexed, in the case of G8) are numbered chronologically, and do not follow the east-to-west naming order. The regions are by definition not administrative divisions, mere geographical groupings of the districts which do not have a regional government nor any authority. Haiseary's districts provide law enforcement, infrastructure and but otherwise do not have notable autonomy. Five areas, namely the capital Iſtinkír, the island of Míhna, the border to Achiyitqana, an unnamed area in district S7 and the city of mohtitlié are directly administered by the diarchy, but are not marked as such on Haisearelian maps, instead appearing as its own district in the case of Iſtinkír, split between the bordering districts in the case of the Achiyitqan border, or wholly part of districts X1, X4 and S7 in the case of the others.

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