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Trade Island of Salarive
|Constituent Country equivalent||Burgoignesc Overseas Territory Assembly|
|Geographic Designation||Audonio-Alshari Burgundie|
|Colonized by Burgundie||1615|
Salarive is a Burgoignesc province in confluence of the Sea of Kandahar and the Puhktun Sea, in Audonia. It is considered part of La Garrote. Historically, Salarive was a part of the state that ruled coastal Bulkh. It was conquered by the Oduniyyad Caliphate in the 7th century AD. It remained under Oduniyyad control until the fall of that empire in 1514 when it was left to its own devices until it was colonized by Bourgondii Royal Trading Company in 1615. It was administered as part of the colony of Bulkawa from 1577-1834 when the Malikites conquered the last fortified position and the remaining Bergendii were evacuated.
Salarive's prevailing winds are the warm and moist trade winds blowing westerly from the Puhktun Sea and southwest of Alshar. The province is humid subtropical along its eastern and northern coast and semiarid in the southwestern quadrant. There is a small tropical wet/dry climate zone on the central northern coast.
Main article: Oduniyyad Caliphate
Salarive is part of the Burgoignesc Overseas Territory Assembly's Audonio-Alshari Burgundie geographic designation. Burgoignesc Overseas Territory Assembly is a constituent country equivalent of Burgundie with its own assembly, prime minister, budget, and laws. Burgundie's national governmental influence is limited to subsidies, education, and security, however, its financial and cultural institutes cast a long shadow across Salarive.
Salariviens are Burgoigniacs/Burgoignix with complete civil and economic rights, and citizenship (political rights) under the same federal service criteria as all residents of Burgundie. Burgoignesc is the official language but Arabic and Burgoignesc are both in use. However, there was a time during the 1960s and 1970s when children were forbidden to speak Arabic in schools. Arabic is now taught in schools; it is sometimes even a requirement for employment.
The provincial executive is the Governor-Epistates. Three candidates are elected by a single transferable vote election held every 5 years, the three candidates are presented to the Court of St. Alphador and the next Governor-Epistates is chosen from these candidates. If the citizenry rejects the selection, a run-off election is held with the remaining two candidates.
Like the Citizens Court of the National Assembly (Burg. La Assemblee de Ciutadans de l'Assemblee Nacional, ACAN), The Salarivien Citizen's Court of the Provincial Assembly is a unicameral legislator. It makes provincial law, has the power of the provincial purse, and has the power of impeachment, by which it can remove sitting members of the provincial government. The Assembly has three seats for each province, one for the Burgoignesc Overseas Territory Assembly's Salarive liaison, 3 for the clergy, 3 seats reserved for municipal leaders, and 3 for a rota of private business leaders. On 6 occasions throughout the year 3 more seats are opened to the public to debate topics that are not on the annual legislative agenda.
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|Owner||Burgoignesc Security Forces|
|Operator||Navy of Burgundie|