North Corummese Republic
|North Corummese Republic|
|Official languages||Corummese, Arabic|
• 2030 estimate
|Currency||Corummese Lira (ç)|
Offcially known as the Northern Corummese Republic of Chüzbriti, or North Corummese Republic is a partially recognised state that comprises the northwestern portion of Reçêpistan. Recognised only by Corumm, NCR is considered by the international community to be part of the Social Republic of Reçêpistan.
Following the Quds War, Corummese occupation forces forcibly evicted large segments of the local populations and creating from the partitioned lands a new fledgling state leading to a unilateral declaration of independence in 1988. Due to its lack of recognition, NCR is heavily dependent on Corummese economic, political and military aid.
Attempts to reach a solution to the dispute have been unsuccessful as Corummese ground forces maintains a large force, its presence is supported and approved by the NCR government, Reçêpistan and the international community regard it as an occupation force, and its presence has been denounced by the League of Nations since 1985 by-large.
NCR is a semi-presidential, democratic republic with a cultural heritage incorporating various influences and an economy that is dominated by the heavy industry sector. The economy has seen growth through the 2000s, with the GNP per capita more than tripling in the 2000s, but is held back by an international embargo due to the official closure of its ports. The official language is [REDACTED], with a distinct local dialect being spoken. The vast majority of the population consists of Sunni Muslims, while religious attitudes are mostly moderate and secular in recent years but stain of religious extremism remains to this day.
Economics[edit | edit source]
NCR is the most industrialized economy in the world, following the occupation of northern Recepistan by Corummese army units. Effectively taking the nation's traditional economic and industry capital province, more than 70% of the industries located there thus creating a formidable industrialized economy.
Sanctions[edit | edit source]
NCR is accessible to international communications, postal services and transport only through Corumm. For the first time, in 2009 a non-stop, chartered flight between Aetheryion and NCR, the first one ever from a country other than Corumm, was hailed as a landmark and Aetheryion started accepting the local-issued passports - which are declared as invalid universally throughout the world.
NCR has been under severe embargoes since its unilateral declaration of independence in 1987, and the embargoes are actively promoted by Recepi governmental campaigns as a result most international institutes and most businesses refrain from any activity with NCR. For example, food certificates issued by NCR are deemed unacceptable for consumption from universally from both HLE and continental Ixnay primarily. Exports and flights from NCR take place through Corumm, with direct flights being banned internationally. NCR face embargoes in the areas of sports and culture as well, national teams cannot play international matches, athletes may not compete internationally unless they represent another country and some concerts by international musicians or bands in NCR have been blocked as well.
Politics[edit | edit source]
The NCR political scene is dominated along national and sectarian lines, most of the parties are known maintaining their own personal paramilitary militias and incidents are not an uncommon sight. The largest party of the country and nationally Corummese: the Democratic Liberal Party made from mainly liberal political exiles. The Voice for Development Movement(Lez:Gelişim Hareketi için Ses) is the largest Recepi national party espousing a national conservative ideology as in recent years the party's secular principals have strained espousing an increasing islamist agenda in an attempt to attract former Amal members to its roster.
Recep the communist party of NCR could be other only party after an islamist one that accepts both Recepis and Corummese Corumm also rising islamic conversion of Corummese exiles can be a nice touch we also have the traitors in Quds War can also be there to call a place home and other social/political rejects hmm, maybe "Recepi loyalists" would be evicted by your occupation authorites as planned but after my civil war many sunnis especially and communists relocate there instead of "aggressive colonization" we can replace it political exile dumpster corummese muslims and communists sent over there, and others who oppose the ruling party in Corumm; explaining why there is virtually no opposition
Party of the Revolutionary Path- The Left as it is commonly known by the public is defined as the only party opposing the sectarian and ethnic system of the country since it's independence, has been facing a crisis of presence and influence in the local political map. The absence of the left can largely be attributed to the country’s political system, which is governed by sectarian/racial quotas from the overthrowing of Saddam Fujimori and until present day. This system, completely shapes all aspects of the country's politics. This system has given Corummese a numerical majority to ethnic Recepis in all state functions but on the religious field; Muslims dominate the scene from both ethnic groups. This power structure was a leading contributor to the unrest which engulfed the country since 2004. Since Saddam Fujimori's tenure started under the slogan of abolishing the despised sectarian system by creating a large umbrella party; attempting to recruit conservative republicans, traditionalist muslims and communists carving the way to dominate the national political scene in this strange ideological mixture, in fact only during his tenure showed a real chance of normallncy both political but also on societal level but was opposed by the Corummese government and especially the army. The short war to overthrow him further exasperated ethnic/sectarian divides in the country and created much more animosity between the various groups. In addition, it has further enhanced the numerical parity between Corummese and Recepis which has given predominance to national and Corummese loyalist political parties but suffering large scale fragmentation nevertheless and many new radical orientated parties created tied with infamous regimes and even terror groups.
The PRP up to the present day, is still struggling to change and topple the divisional political system of the country. Unfortunately, for a plethora of reasons has started to confuse the specificity of NCR, in terms of its sectarian composition, and the party’s regional and international alliances. Remaining restricted by the idea of dependency on socialist countries in some sort of blind approval and their course of action, which was often been incompatible with internal national interests. This policy has made the party, as an opposition force protesting the divisional political system throughout its long years, torn between various burdens, the most important one being a geographic one. Geographically stuck in a turmoil fueled region which has seen many dozens of coups and military dictatorships since the Great War. Relations between neighboring countries remain tense, hostile, and temporal due to changes in internal alliances. Moreover, it has made the sectarian and ethnic groups that make up the fabric of society live in a state of permanent anxiety and fear. The second most important burden is the sectarian nature governing system with sects sharing power based on constitutional and electoral customary practice. This has made it very difficult for left-wing, non-sectarian, and secular parties to work in all NCR controlled areas.