|People's Democratic Republic of Mablag
Prriik Thueng na Hneu Thlaut Khriep Hmaephla Aik
(tr.) "Phii pri hmai aw hmai!"
"May the sun never set!"
(tr.) "E pwii tluu hmaing prriim"
"Song of the Glorious Homeland"
and largest city
|Recognised regional languages||Deyab,
∟ 49.2% Central Mablic
∟ 20.4% Northeast Mablic (Deyab)
∟ 13.5% Southwest Mablic
∟ 7.3% Island Mablic (Aysaung)
|Government||Unitary one-party parliamentary constitutional republic under a military junta|
|-||Prime Minister||Chhukyiuw Prruuphreiphhmeinh|
|-||Lower house||House of Representatives|
|GDP (nominal)||2018 estimate|
|Drives on the||right|
Mablag (Mablic: 9hplafg [m̥āpʰláːk]), sometimes spelled Mablág and officially the People's Democratic Republic of Mablag, is a country located in Northwest Nagu, composed of XX provinces. At XXX km2 (XXX sq mi) and over 43 million people, Mablag is Sahar's XX(X)th largest country by total area and the XX(X)th most populous country. The capital and largest city is Twap Laen (Dwab-Lān). Mablag is bordered to the north and west by the Jaxukuk Sea, to the east by Angnyax, and to the south by Cananganam. Although nominally a parliamentary democracy, the 2003 coup established a military dictatorship.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
Mablag (/ˈmɑblæg/; Mablic: 9hplafg, DLR: Hmaephla Aik, pronounced [m̥āpʰláːk]), officially the People's Democratic Republic of Mablag (Mablic: b)6gtqna(2tl1dkr7b9hplafg, DLR: Prriik Thueng na Hneu Thlaut Khriep Hmaephla Aik [prík tʰūŋ nàn̥ê tʰlât kʰrīp m̥āpʰláːk]), sometimes spelled Mablág, is a country in Northwest Nagu.
The Mablic word 9hpla Hmaephla is hypothesized to come from two different Proto-Prra-Blen words: *xmāy, meaning "far", and *bluls, meaning "prosperous". These combine to mean a "prosperous, far-away land". Its equivalents are: Deyab mhybrul Maeypruc and Aysaung may)uw Mayvluw.