Kavalerilant

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Principality of Kavalerilant
Prinzessreikh Kavalerilant
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Motto: Feir Söl yt Möt yt Kontri!
For Sun and Moon and country!
Anthem: Reikhleit
Song of the Realm
CapitalKanteon
Official languages Kavalerish, Royal Kavalerish
Ethnic groups Arkanners (45.6%), Folsen (43.2%), Växte (4.2%), Kolenista (2%), other (5%)
Demonym Kavalerish, Kavaler
Government Diarchic Absolute Monarchy
 -  Solar Princess Roza Söl
 -  Lunar Princess Evalen Möt
Independent
Population
 -  2015 census 15,231,532
HDI Increase 0.942
very high
Currency Reikh-Bist (RB)
Time zone Kanteon Time (UTC- +2 1/2)
Date format yyyy/mm/dd
Drives on the left
Calling code +42

Kavalerilant, officially the Principality of Kavalerilant (Kavalerish: Prinzessreikh Kavalerilant), is a Alemannic country in North Eastern Asura. It borders Tudonia to the north-west, Chokashia to the south-west, Mascylla to the north, and Vynozhia to the east. Kavalerilant holds population of 15.21 million people and retains a temperate, continental across most of the country. The largest city and capital is Kanteon, other notable cities include Erston and Haus. Half of all Kavalerilant's urban population live in one of these three cities. The rest of Kavalerilant's population live in rural communities and far smaller towns.

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Kavalerilant is a Diarchic Absolute Monarchy. The absolute authority of the two Princesses (Roza Söl and Evelan Möt since 2008) has been affirmed many times throughout Kavaler history, most recently in a royal decree in 2009. No institution is over the Princesses, the Princesses are also legally immune. No form of political party or democratic election have ever been allowed in Kavalerilant. Critics regard this as a totalitarian dictatorship, however the Aeian Freedom Index gave Kavalerilant a freedom rating of moderately free (9) in 2004, which has stayed stagnate since then.

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