|Democratic Republic of Eiria|
"Terna Eiria Libret"
Motto: "Une Nation Sans Liberté N'est Qu'un Terrain"
A Nation without Freedom is Just land
Anthem: "Rise For The Republic"
|Official languages||English, Traditional Eirian|
|Recognised national languages||English, Eirian, French, Latvian, Eirian Sign Language|
|Recognised regional languages||Sereņitiēt, Tervál|
|Government||Federal Semi-Presidential Republic|
• Vice Chancellor
• Chief Justice
• First Eirian kingdoms are established
• First Eirian Republic is Formed
• End of Eirian Civil war and establishment of Second Eirian Republic
|543,633 km2 (209,898 sq mi)|
• 2018 estimate
• 2015 census
|166/km2 (429.9/sq mi)|
|Currency||The Eirian Lunen (LUN)|
|Date format||mm/dd/yyyy AD or CE|
|Drives on the||right|
Eiria, Formally The Democratic Republic of Eiria, is a democratic island nation located off of Eastern Caxcana. Its neighbors include Huenya, Manauia, andXiomera to the north and Auria to the west. Eiria is also a founding member of the Union of Caxcanan States (Informally the "Caxcanan Union"). The Eirian Republic is consisted of nine Provinces, which contain a combined population of over ninety million people, making it the most populous member of the UCS. Geminus is the nation's capital and largest city, with New Riga, Atlantis, and Merēta as smaller substantial metropolitan areas.
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Eiria is a unicameral presidential republic. The 450 seat Senate (Senat dei Eiria) holds full legislative power. Members are elected via party-list proportional representation (with lists determined via panachage voting and seats allocated via the D'Hondt method), and elections are held every two years. While Senators may have additional privileges and power compared to the average Eirian citizen, they do not carry any legal immunities, and are restricted from holding certain positions and assets while in office, in order to prevent conflicts of interest and insider trading.
Executive power is held by the Chancellor of Eiria, who shares this power with the Cabinet of Ministers, who's members are nominated by the Chancellor and confirmed by the Senate. Like Senators, the Chancellor holds power in two-year terms, and is elected via instant runoff voting. The Chancellor is also legally the head of the armed forces, although there are limitations to this power, and this power is commonly left to the Heads of each armed forces branch.
The Eirian Judicial Branch consists of District/Provincial Courts, Appeal Courts, and other specialty courts. The final recourse for appeal rests with the National High Court, the most powerful court in Eiria. The National High Court also holds the power to decide if law or decisions made by the Senate or Chancellor are unconstitutional. The nine Justices are nominated by the Chancellor and appointed by the Senate, and the Chief Justice position is given to the longest-serving Justice on the court.