"From The Waves We Rose"
From The Waves We Rose
|Official languages||Modern Standard Mwamban|
|Recognised regional languages||Other Mwamban
|Government||Unitary Constitutional Monarchy
|-||Emperor||Rowṡäk Olboros IV|
|-||Supreme Justice||Qurudín Żeṡikêêg|
|Independence upon the collapse of the Bakvir Empire in 1676|
|-||Mwamba Clan taken by Olboros Dinasty||1753|
|-||Clans united under the Mwamban Olboros||1793|
|-||United the Bavkir clans in present-day Tuanmali||1828|
|-||Invasion of Sangmia||1847|
|-||Conquest of the Letzian colonies to the South||1849|
|-||Defeat to Shohuan and loss of the coast - official dissolution of the Mwamban Empire||1868|
|-||Äräläżüp II deposed, Constitutional Reform.||1954|
|-||Pacific reannexation of Sangmia.||1963|
|-||Rowṡäk IV rises to the throne.||1998|
222,767 sq mi
|-||2016 estimate||94 145 144|
|GDP (nominal)||2016 estimate|
|-||Per capita||$10 373,00|
|Drives on the||right|
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Mwamba (Modern Standard Mwamban: Mwämbao, IPA: /mwɛm.ba.o/), officially known as the Mwamban Empire, is a sovereign country located eastern Upper Boroso. Geographically, Mwamba is characterized by a rugged mountainous interior, and a lengthy area of tropical, mostly flat, savannah closer to the coast. Mwamba is bordered to the northeast by Tuanmali and the Taanttu Sea to the east in the XXX Bay.
Mwamba has a population of over 94.1 million and an area of 576,964 km2 (222 767 sqmi) consisting of 27 provinces and 12 cantons, organized in three administrative regions. Rowṡäk Olboros IV has been Emperor since 1998. Its capital and most populous city is Ṡivowotü, located in the country's east. Other major cities include Pyivüüh, Tunnau and WIP++. Being a regional power, Mwamba has a history of independence not shared by its neighbours. Since the foundation of the first Mwamban state by Kheṡilisïg Żisâṡâwüd I in 789, the country has been ruled by a series of dinasties and clans, reaching its zenith under the Olboros dynasty. Though it was often fragmented, as was usual in Bavkir politics.
Mwamba is a constitutional monarchy with an elected congress and an elected Supreme Court. The Emperor of Mwamba holds vast executive and some legislative power, especially over the military, foreign policy and religious affairs. Executive power is exercised by the government, while legislative power is vested in both the government and the Congress, judicial power is exercised by the Supreme Court. The king can issue decrees which have the force of law. He can also dissolve the congress after consulting with the Supreme Justice.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
Mwamba is named after one of the Bavkir clans of the region, etymologically from Proto-Bavkir *mwëmbä'o which is reconstructed to mean 'orchid'
After the Collapse of the Second Bavkir Empire, in 1739, Mwamba emerged again as an independent state. Being the most peripheral