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Republic of the Manean People
Kise Mąni / Kisako Ngoyasą
Official languages Manean
Recognised national languages Manean Kwang, Vayama
Demonym Manean
Government One-party, Parliamentary Republic
 -  President/Prime Minister Deądą Ři Vaxkoxo Nala
 -  estimate 25,005,100
Drives on the driving banned

Manea (Manean: Kise Mąni /kise mɑni/, officially the Republic of the Manean People, is a country located on the archipelago in the north of Akulanen.










5040 members of parliament from the 1680 communities of Manean. Each community sends one representative from each of the three moieties – bat, tapir, and foreigner. The process of representative selection depends from community to community as the Manean Constitution has left this detail to their discretion. In urban communities, this often takes the form of a vote, whereas in more rural areas, the representative simply just be the head of a powerful family or a trusted elder. It is required, however, that each representative is an active member of the Contemporary Conception Party of Manea, which is evaluated every five years on a rolling cycle. As a result, the party has become increasingly broad in the beliefs of its members who have split into “sub-parties,” each with different priorities.

Contemporary Conception Party

Manea First Sub-Party

The largest of the sub-parties, the Manea First Sub-Party is a conservative, nationalist branch of the CCPM. Consisting of primarily ethnic Maneans from rural and powerful backgrounds, the Manea Firsts seek greater preservation of what they consider Manean tradition and oppose foreign influence on Manea as well as foreign relations. A minority wish to remove the constitutional recognition of the foreigner moiety, but these are kept in check by those most loyal to the original party platform.

Environment First Sub-Party

As the second largest of the sub-parties, the Environment First sub-party is dedicated to the CCPM’s focus on environmental protection and effective land use. Their members are diverse in their backgrounds and are frequent allies to both the Manea First and the Equality First sub-parties. It is because of their pressure that the Manean car ban remains firmly rooted.

Equality First Sub-Party

The Equality First Sub-Party consists of younger and urban citizens as well as party intellectuals who are strong supporters of the CCPM’s commitment to equality and social justice. They are strong advocates of social economic policy and are committed to ethno-racial equality as well equality for women, zam, and LGBTQ+ people. They often view the Manea Firsts as xenophobic view a more international Manea as the way to the future, even if some culture is lost in its establishment.

Freedom First Sub-Party

Partly due to its members, partly due to its interests, the Freedom First sub-party remains a small minority in parliament. Consisting primarily of foreigners who descend from Maneans former colonizers, this sub-party is a right-wing group that opposes the one-party system of Manean government. As a result, members are frequently removed from the CCPM and thus from parliament eligibility.

Administrative divisions

Foreign relations




Cars are banned in Manea due to the Contemporary Conception Party which governs the nation. Contemporary Conception values both the most efficient and effective land use and environmental protection, and since they believe that roadways are a waste of space and that motor vehicles are bad the environment, the result is the aforementioned ban. This works well for Manea because of its geography which allows for extensive use of boats as transportation. Public railways also exist for Maneans to cross islands in a shorter time span.


Because of Contemporary Conceptionist policies, clean, sustainable methods of energy production, like wind, solar, and hydroelectric, are favored. Also favored, but not as much, is nuclear energy. Some use of fossil fuels does occur, primarily in private (rural) homes and for many boats.

Science and technology



Ethnic groups

Three primary ethnic groups are found in Manea: the ethnic Maneans, the Manean Kwang, and the the Vayama.



The main language of government and lingua franca of Manea is Manean. Regionally, the Manean Kwang language is spoken by the minority ethnic group of the same name. Also, listed as a local dialect, is Vayama, a distinct, endangered language only slightly related to Manean.




Manea recognizes no official religion, but many practice traditional beliefs.










Traditional Manean cuisine uses lots if seafood. Other meats (such as chicken) are eaten but are less common. Lentils and nuts are also a common source of protein. Cereals such as rice, millet, and wheat are staples and are often a large part of any meal. Cassava/manioc is also common. Fresh fruits and vegetables, such as mangoes, plantains, and yams, also make up a large percentage of Manean diets. Most dairy is either from cows, goats, or plant based. Coconut is also very prominent in Manean diets.



See also

Manean language