Syoranka

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People's Republic of Syoranka
To Halāmit v Ūmro wo Syoranka
Flag Emblem
Capital
and
Priqaya
Official languages Syorankan
Recognised regional languages Fringian, Piringish, Piringian Creole
Minoritya Berkene, Danshali, Qonklese, Zveahe, Methinakhi, Syorankan Sign Language
Demonym Syorankan
Government
 -  President Niqa Kapenahi
 -  Prime Minister Yaqísa Sá Sínike
Establishment
 -  Protests in Priqaya and major cities to demand democracy March 2014 
 -  Overthrow of the Crown and declaration of the People's Republic of Syoranka November 10, 2014 
 -  Finalisation and promulgation of the Constitution, creation of the presidential office November 15, 2014 
Area
 -  110,572 km2
42,692 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 0
HDI 0.775
high
Currency Draconic Lotús (DRL)
Drives on the left
Calling code +291
Internet TLD .sy
a. Only includes recognised minority languages.

Syoranka (IPA: /sjə.'ɹæŋ.kə/, Syorankan: Syoranka, IPA: /sjo̞'raŋka/), officially the People's Republic of Syoranka, is a country located in the Draconic Islands. It is located between Danshapu and Pulehono. Its borders are the same as the former Insular Kingdom of Piringia. The country was formed in November 2014 following a Kúúlist revolution.

Etymology

The name Syoranka comes from Literary Pringish syoarangka, word meaning lotus (from Proto-Pringian scjârjanxkkhan, via Classical Piringish scjâranxkah). The lotus is in Varkanic culture a traditional symbol of peace and prosperity, and the country was thus named after the hopes of its people to build a brighter future.

History

The earliest settlements found date from Prehistoric times. The arrival of Varkanic peoples to Syoranka is dated between 13000 and 14000 BCE. They were divided into three major tribes: Fringian, Pringic and Henic. By 2400 BCE, these tribes had permanently settled in different parts of Syoranka and were then at war. In 1780 BCE, Heniya was annexed by the Fringian Empire. The Fringian Empire lasted until 910 BCE at the Battle of Tirahawa, when the Piringic tribes triumphed over Fringia. This marked the downfall of the Fringian Empire, and the beginning of the unified Classical Piringian monarchy, and self-proclamed Piringian Empire. From there on, Piringia remained very much isolated, taking part only in local conflicts such as their invasion of the Dragon Sea Islands, until then an independant Kingdom. As Antiquity drew to its end, in 658 BCE they entered into contact with Dhwer, whence followed the introduction of commercial slavery. In the early 15th century, the Terminian Empire came into contact with the Piringian Empire, which was subsequently renamed the Kingdom of Piringia, creating trading posts along and converting the vast majority of the Piringian population to Pashaism. The country remains generally stable during the following centuries until the early 21st century, which is met with growing dissent towards the absolute monarchy, culminating on November 10, 2014 with the March on Priqaya, which led to the overthrow and public execution of the King Haqak Tiyam and the proclamation of the People's Republic of Syoranka by the Syorankan Kuulist Popular Party, date which is now celebrated as the National Day of Syoranka.

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The largest ethnic group in Syoranka are the Piringians. However, there are still large populations of Berkenes, Fringians and Draconic Islanders, who have mixed partially with an also substantial population of Terminian descent. The main foreign groups in Syoranka are from neighbouring nations of Uzil and Danshapu.

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The official language of the Republic is constitutionally defined as Syorankan. It was constructed following movements from the parliament to define a single, national language, as previously all regional languages had coöfficial status: Berkene, Fringian, Modern Piringish, and Piringian Creole - these four languages now have official status in their respective regions.

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