Siyezan

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Kingdom of Siyezan
Seyínta Síyezan
Seyínta Síyezan
Flag
Motto: Ovinu, ca burévlag, jalormasám!
Our flag, once raised, shall never go down!
Anthem: Dambas Hentúnas Gónak
March of the Golden Guard
CapitalÇinevin
Largest Çinabyen
Ethnic groups 95% Siyezi
5% Other
Demonym Siyezi
Government Unitary parliamentary monarchy
 -  Monarch Oṙu Bṙaslin
 -  Prime Minister Anoşu Zildamáni
Legislature Parliament
Establishment
 -  Inyaman's unification of the Ojasar 147 
 -  Urijoceis dynasty 592 
 -  Independence from Vosan  
Area
 -  558,814 km2
215,759 sq mi
Population
 -  estimate 27.000.000
 -  census 27.029.833
 -  Density 48,73/km2
125,28/sq mi
HDI 0.857
very high
Currency Jelam
Time zone SCT (SCT+2)
Drives on the right
Internet TLD .si

Siyezan (Damserz: Seyínta Síyezan [se.ˈjiːn.tɐ siː.je.ˈzɐn]), officially the Siyezi kingdom, is a country located in Vaniua, bordered by Vosan in the north and Zinsha-Vogia in the east

Etymology

The name Síyezan comes from Damserz Síye "people" plus -zan, borrowed from Koman, meaning "land of"

History

Pre-Vaniuans

Cirnic people migrated into Siyezan from 100 BCE onwards, becoming dominant around 200 CE, with every pre-Vaniuan group being wiped out, all which survives from them being substrate words, as well as some folk stories and some scattered inscriptions using a derivative of the Ohanian script.


Unification of the Ojasar

The west bank of the Ojasar river was a rich area for agriculture, with many sedentary settlements forming in the area. These were often desunited and in conflict with eachother before king Inyaman I unified them all mainly by military force on 147.


Inyaman's Dynasty

Inyaman's successors would go on to capture even more territories, expanding west into the desert, east into nowadays Zinsha-Vogia and north against the Bodnian states. This kingdom would reach its peak in 553, after the failure of Qasam's campaign at the battle of Biyonson. In 559, Qasam would launch his second campaign, this time succeding and taking the entire area of Siyezan by 565, converting the population to Zarasaism.


Urijoceis Dynasty

After Qasam's death in 592, Siyezan was handed out to his grandson Urijoceis, whose descendants would rule it until the late 1300s.


Terminian invasion

In 1397, the Terminian empire invaded Urijoceis Siyezan. As they struggled to mantain control, they called their Zarasaist allies, the Avicisids up north, to help them in this holy war against the Pashaist infielfs, and this war became known in Siyezan as the Dastaryeşúbo "the Blessed Expulsion". However, this backfired, after in X, an Avicisid army accidentally engaged and destroyed the main Urijoceis army, killing the king and ending the dynasty there. Eventually, the Terminians were defeated with help from the Great Horse and Siyezan was partitioned between them and the Avicisids, who would then take control of all of the country during the collapse of the Great Horde.


First war of independence

After many failed isolated uprisings, all of the Siyezi independence movements joined together to launch an uprising during the 1790s. It was way more successful than any of the previous ones, and despite not being able to hold main cities for long, extended guerilla warfare eventually had a huge toll on the Vos economy, and after a republican uprising, the war was ended and Siyezan became an independent monarchy in 1801.


Second War of Independence

In 1824, the Vos monarchy was restored, and one of their first moves was to vassalise Siyezan, who had no choice other than to accept as they did not have the power to stand up to Vosan, although resistance movements rose up against this, although it was futile.

In 1919, after securing Balak support, Siyezan declared independence again, starting the Second War of Independence which would last 6 years and would end in a Siyezi victory.

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Government

Siyezan is a unitary, parliamentary monarchy with a unicameral system.

Administrative divisions

Political map of Siyezan, showing the country divided into its taryus.

Siyezan is currently divided into 12 provinces (taryus).

The government is highly centralised on the capital, meaning the taryus hold no power on their own, but are simply used for administrative purposes. Their borders can be changed at any time.

Foreign relations

Siyezan has maintained close ties with Vosan, being part of the Tameyvah Treaty and the Sharkunen Treaty during the Cold War.

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