The Communion of Pan-Slavic Nations
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|Communion of Pan-Slavic Nations
Spoločenstvo z Panslavistické Národov
|Motto: "Bránït a Unite"
"To Unite and Defend"
|Anthem: Panslavistické Vpred!
Labeled city map of the CPSN
|Capital||Minsk (changes after election)|
|Official languages||Common Sclavonic|
|Recognised regional languages||Czechiroslovanian, Slovniakunian, Curonazatia, Hunskarian, Latkujvian, Lithiazenian, Serjebizan, Rossakayan, Ordiarn, Beslaerosian, Ohenian, Sarusian, Cresian, Sagalan, Ngaçek, Stëlangjë|
|Rohstian, Midrasian, Newreyan, Aquidish, Mayawian|
|Ethnic groups (2016)||82% Sclavonic, 18% other races|
|-||President||Statocny Lev (2016-present-2020)|
|-||Heads of State||Plynishka Reyjak, Tarukij Mjemontstok, Klavodnistok Djled, Arkuny Grajs, Polsani Kvas, Ivanovicj Clasvek, Coshnity Verjishimov, Rinsk Molyutva, Charin Kosojik, Yved Nishak, Splyiotstikov Niemjt, Oloka Bljat, Sporenski Madoshenov, Zliot Fljodnika, Kjarik Nikonsev.|
|-||Governors of State|
|-||Became a Recognised Nation||2016|
|-||897,583 km2 km2
346,558.73 sq mi
|-||May 2016 estimate||98,000,000|
|-||September 2016 census||98,045,477|
|GDP (PPP)||2016 estimate|
|GDP (nominal)||2016 estimate|
|Gini (2016)|| 27
|HDI (2016)|| 0.892
|Currency||Trotsky (TTY [TTY$1 = $0.57])|
|Time zone||West Sclavonic Time (WST) (UTC+3)|
|Antipodes||Port Habel (Yvilonia)|
|Drives on the||left|
The Communion of Pan-Slavic Nations or CPSN (Czechiroslovanian Spoločenstvo z Panslavistické Národov pronounced: /ˈspolot͡ʃenstvo ˈspanslaviscit͡skeː ˈnaːrodof/) is a relatively new country, but it has roots dating back to the original Slavic colonies that owned the land for centuries. The CPSN is politically weak with little influence but has a strong and capable military with a booming economy to back it up. Religiously neutral and with deep ties in socialist ideology, the CPSN is home to almost 98 million Slavs, with more returning to their home country after its bloody civil war from 1979-1982. The CPSN is famous for its diverse alcohol production, energy-based-technology research and steel export.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 2.1 Component States' History
- 2.2 Timeline
- 2.3 Famous People
- 3 Geography and Climate
- 4 Internal Affairs
- 4.1 Economy
- 4.1.1 GDP% Breakdown 2015
- 4.1.2 Taxation
- 4.1.3 Revenue Collections (%GDP) 2015
- 4.1.4 Percentage Expenditure per Sector (%GDP) 2015
- 4.1.5 Trade Resources
- 4.1.6 Major CPSN Companies
- 4.1.7 Mining
- 4.1.8 Production & Manufacturing
- 4.2 Technology
- 4.3 CPSN's Military
- 4.4 Political Structure
- 4.5 Citizenship
- 4.6 Education
- 4.7 Transportation
- 4.1 Economy
- 5 More About The CPSN
- 6 Foreign Relations (Travel/Tourism/JMEs)
- 7 See Also:
- 8 References
It is said that "Slav" comes from an old Chernovurosiyan word meaning "many peoples". The name of the famous mountain range the "Katatrinas", comes from the Sclavonic "Tatrou" (land) and "Kátinā" (high,majestic). "Daluskagava", the name of the famous western river, comes from "Dallūs" (life) and "Skägavā" (water). The "Dnepris", another well-known river, has its roots in Ukarainite "Adané" (faithfully) and "Epüris" (pure). "Vilatéva" means "lifeblood". "Elinëbe" means "everlasting". "Mosertava" comes from "Moser" (proud) and "Zastavme" (victory). "Krajinovoska" is derived from "Kraj" (powerful), "Inovós" (guardian [of]) and "Skägavā" (water). "Lithiazenia", from "Lithus" (boat,ship) and "Zenit" (people [Lithiazenian]). "Ereknestokia" shares a similar language and comes from "Erekne" (fishing) and "Stokit" (people [Ereknestokian]).
The Communion of Pan-Slavic Nations was formed after the reunification of the Socialist Slavic states and the subsequent, silent annexation of the central Democratic Slovakian Republic into the new CPSN. Though its government is cautious with politics and matters pertaining to national pride, the Slavs there are extremely conservative and socialist, retaining the diverse climate and culture of the Pan-Slavic region. Many Slavs migrated overseas to flee the Great War of The Slavic States that lasted from 1986-1988. After the war, the once mighty Slavic region fell into a huge depression, wherein many people left the region in search of better lives, or stayed and starved through those painful years. It was only in 2002 that the region's economy experienced an incline in business and prosperity, which allowed borders to open and trade to resume. As a result, many Slavs that had fled the region before returned with their families and resettled in their homeland. In 2004, within the midst of a mass Slavic homecoming, the interior borders of what is now the CPSN were determined "erased" by their governments, and the greater CPSN was formed. The CPSN-Helderian Accords were also signed during this time, which helped the new nation recover its economy. After waiting for 12 years, in 2016, The CPSN was officially recognised as an autonomous country. About a fifth of the Slavic population remains abroad, with more Slavs returning home every day.
Component States' History
Ukarainin was founded in around 900 AD by Ordiarns trying to escape from the brewing conflict and strife between the Kingdom of Chernovurosiya and the Kingdom of Vyrgorod. They migrated towards the warmer south and settled from Lithiazenia all the way to Latkujvia, uniting the native Sclavonic peoples under one flag. Ukarainin was recognised as an independent country when it formally united under Tsar Dietrich in the early 11th century. By the 13th century, Ukarainin had established a wealthy economy and later allied with neighbouring Czechiroslovania in around 1264, trading essential resources such as steel and gold. While Czechiroslovania sat next to the beautiful Katatrina Mountains, the strong Dnepris River, where gold was found in 1214, flowed straight through the heart of Ukarainin. Ukarainin successfully captured one of the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire's main lands, Latkujvia, along with its ports and sea access. To this end, Ukarainin saw trade with Sagalash across the sea. Most commonly seen on the cargo barges were the spices and silk from Sagalash and the Ukarainin gold. This ended in 1372 when the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire invaded Ukarainin-occupied Latkujvia, seizing the shoreline and regaining control of the Dnepris' mouth. Ukarainin was still able to find large quantities of gold in the Dnepris, until 1912 when it was confirmed that the river had been drained of most of its gold. The Lithiazenia area became independent from the declining Navorgskan Kingdom of Vyrgorod in the early 1400s to escape Temiran raids and later joined communist Ukarainin in the 1900s, which became part of the Aeian Socialist Union, or ASU. After it was independent once again, immediately tensions rose between Ukarainin and the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Territories (now no longer an empire), who was strongly anti-communist at the time. These two nations went to war again in 1979, as the Beslaeros-Latkujvians attacked while Ukarainin and Czechiroslovania were busy fighting in the ongoing ASU Civil War. The rest of the neighbouring countries joined in as the area was split into two blocs fighting for control over the Dnepris and the Katatrina mountain range. The bloody war lasted just under 3 years, from 1979 to 1982. Ukarainin ceased to be a major power in the region after 1984 as a major drought saw most of the Dnepris dry up, and the economy went into a spiral of depression. Ukarainin was split into two countries in 2001, with Socialist Ukarainin to the west and Nationalist Ukarainin to the east. The division has remained and can be seen in today's map of the CPSN.
The first Sclavonic tribes settled in the Czechiroslovania region in the 10th century. The uniting of these tribes under the banner of Ziederovich I saw the rise of the Chezderino Empire. The Empire gathered support from the native peoples of the Terncan region with its expansion westward in the late 12th century. The Empire rose quickly in wealth due to its successful mining in the Katatrina Mountains and its wooded terrain with fertile farmland given life by the small Vilateva, Elinebe and Mosertava rivers. Although the former were much smaller than Ukarainin's Dnepris River, they allowed for the growing of crops and providence of water to sustain the population. Iron was first mined in the Katatrina Mountains around 1430. Trade with Ukarainin flourished during the 15th century and Ukarainin gold was common in Chezderino jewellery. Czechiroslovania was formed when Ternca gained its independence in (TBW) and drove the Empire back to its western core. As a result, the Chezderino Empire collapsed in 1640. The resulting power vacuum was exploited by the peasants, who led revolts against the upper class and royals. This saw the creation of one of the first “democratic” systems in Aeia, with a proper Constitution to protect the peasants and formed the basis for later socialist ideas. Later, around 1782, steel production gained popularity and was the Czechiroslovanian industries' main export. By the 1800s, Czechiroslovanian steel was made into weapons and supplied to Ukarainin, however, this was not enough to stop the invading Beslaeros-Latkujvian army; Ukarainin's southernmost territories were successfully taken by the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire in 1832. Czechiroslovania supported Ukarainin in the Great West-Slavic War from 1979 to 1982, whereafter it ceased to be a major power of the region as it split into five nations: East and West Czechirosvakia, Slovniakunia, Slovanekunia, and Curonazatia. During the major drought in 1984, as the small rivers dried up completely, and without a good agricultural industry due to its reliance on steel export, many died due to famine. Following this, there were multiple riots and protests against the respective governments, causing an economic collapse in the five nations. The division lines separating the five countries that used to belong to Czechiroslovania can be seen in today's map of the CPSN.
The Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire had its roots in the deserts of Arabekh. Nomadic tribes seeking shelter from the harsh, arid landscape of the desert, crossed the sea and journeyed north, finding the fertile land in the south of what was Majulah in origin to be a great place to settle. The Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire, an absolute monarchy, began around 880. Trade was minor and the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire was mostly self-reliant. The vast farmlands were supplied by the rich soil of the plains in the south of what later became Hunskary. Many travellers from the north also journeyed southward, settling in the north of the Empire. Water used for farming and irrigation came from the multitude of rivers, the most famous being the Daluskagava in the south. Being a mixed people, with Sclavonics, Slavurosiyans and Arabekhis, the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire developed its own language, a mix of the two predominant languages of the region at the time. Latkujvian, Hunskarian, and other languages that can be seen in the Empire's old lands today stem from the Beslaeros-Latkujvian language. Ukarainin was determined to seize Beslaeros-Latkujvia's ports in Latkujvia, successfully invading the area in 1835. By the 1800s, the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire underwent huge modernisation efforts, to compete with new technology coming in from the north and south. It was with this technology that the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire successfully liberated Latkujvia from neighbouring Ukarainin's grasp in 1872, giving it access to the ports there once again. The Industrial Revolution changed the country's economy and infrastructure, opening it up to outside politics and allowing free trade throughout the neighbouring territories and beyond. However, the Beslaeros-Latkujvian royalty saw communism as a threat to their power, influencing their people to turn against them. When Emperor Hanknun III died without a suitable heir in 1922, chaos ensued throughout the Empire. The military took advantage of this, swiftly taking over and subjugating the populace. Thus, the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Territories was formed with an anti-communist constitutional military junta and a figurehead emperor. Under this new rule, it once again invaded Ukarainin while the latter was busy fighting in the ongoing ASU Civil War. This time, the invasion force nearly got to the Ukarainin capital but was ultimately repelled after a year of bloody trench warfare. However, the Beslaeros-Latkujvian dictator would not give up, setting his sights on the Czechiroslovanian Katatrina Mountains instead. Its ally, Ereknestokia, gave it access through to Czechiroslovania, but with dwindling strength and signs of an oncoming drought, the invasion was called off after another year of fighting on both fronts. This war came to be known as the Great West-Slavic War and lasted from 1979 to 1982. The drought predicted by the Beslaeros-Latkujvians did come two years later, in 1984. Although forewarned of the drought, due to rising political tensions and civil unrest, few of the anti-famine proposals were actually carried out. The Beslaeros-Latkujvian Territories broke up in the midst of the drought and famine and with Hunskary and other major states declaring independence, the union of the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Territories fell. Although the current area which was occupied by the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire are now comprised of mostly Slavs, leading to racial tension between the two, the states that belonged to the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire still exist under the CPSN.
Other Minor Nations
Ereknestokia remained independent nationally and culturally throughout its history, until the formation of the CPSN. Ereknestokia was partial to neighbouring Beslaeros-Latlujvia and engaged in open trade with it. Ereknestokia, like Latkujvia, had a port city which was used to trade with Sagalash across the sea. Such were the ties with Latkujvia, that both Latkujvia and Ereknestokia shared similar languages and culture. Ereknestokia helped the Beslaeros-Latkujvian Empire retake Latkujvia and later fought alongside its long-term ally in the Great West Slavic War, allowing Beslaeros-Latkujvian soldiers to pass through its territory to attack Czechiroslovania. The state of Ereknestokia is still proud of its unique, preserved culture today. Ereknestokia as been trying to mend relations with the Czechiroan states as of late, and both sides have thankfully put the past behind them.
The principalities that would later form Lithiazenia were originally part of the Kingdom of Vyrgorod, but during the early 1400s retracted itself from the declining Kingdom, who was under attack from the Temirans. Lithiazenia remained relatively isolationist from the 15th to 18th centuries, opening to modernisation in the 19th century. In the 1900s, it proceeded to join the ASU, but suffering economically due to lack of infrastructure, it was decided that Lithiazenia would become part of Ukarainin. A referendum was held and the decision passed. Lithiazenia officially became part of Ukarainin in 1951. Ties with Ukarainin started to become strained during the ASU Civil War and the Great West Slavic War. Lithiazenia decided to return to independence after the political breakup of Ukarainin, where it realised the costs of remaining would be tremendous and taxing on its own economy. A meeting of Lithiazenia and Ukarainin officials was held at the old Lithiazenian capital city of Slavlinski, where an agreement was reached: Lithiazenia would return to independence.
Polyushinska originally owned the northern regions of Ukarainin, and is where the first formal monarchy and unified settlements in Aeia were found, according to evidence dating back to 440 BCE. The Polyushinskan Kingdom lived untouched by foreign influence for hundreds of years, relying on agriculture and animal rearing. However, in 1792, Ukarainin was founded nearby by Ordiarns seeking to escape the conflict in southern Navorgska. Due to the resulting influx of foreigners, much of their land was lost to the settling Ukarainites. Polyushinska was officially declared part of Ukarainin in 1802. Polyushinskans accepted this peacefully, as the Ukarainites were generally friendly and brought gifts, chiefly in the form of technological advancement. New weapons like cannons and useful technology such as better irrigation methods for farming "proved" to the Polyushinskans that the Ukarainites were superior to them. There was no resistance, and the king of the Polyushinskans abdicated in honour of Ukarainin's democratic rule. However, trouble arose after the breakup of Ukarainin in the midst of political turmoil and economical strife. The new generation of Polyushinskans saw Ukarainin as a burden to their "own" economy, and a formal agreement was made by the leaders of the countries in 1998, wherein Polyushinska was to regain independence. No referendum was held, so it is unsure whether the Polyushinskan peoples, who mostly still greatly respected Ukarainin for moulding its infrastructure for the better in almost every way, would have agreed to this split. At any rate, the split was peaceful and both Polyunshinskans and Ukarainites are very friendly to this day.
See CPSN Timeline
Pri Vode (1872-1943)
Pri Vode pioneered a large variety of safety equipment and mining tools. Being the daughter of a miner, she realised how rough and dangerous the working conditions could be at times. Her father saved up enough money for her to go to university, where she studied physics and engineering. She invented the gas replacement equipment still used in mines today in 1901. Her system sucked in any gases or vapour in the mine via multiple large air filters and replaced it with clean air pumped through a second tube. This removed most potentially dangerous or poisonous gases/vapour in the mine, saving hundreds of lives. Her invention won the Slovnakunian Science Award in 1905.
Stříbrný Lev (1946 – 2007)
Stříbrný Lev was a Ukarainin nuclear physicist and engineer. Raised in a wealthy family, he was able to go to a good university, where he got his degree in nuclear physics and engineering, and later, his nuclear physics PhD. While nuclear physics at the time was a questionable subject, Stříbrný Lev was determined to put nuclear energy to good use. In 1978, he realised that beta radiation could be turned into electricity. With this knowledge, he made the Radioisotope Betavoltaic Generator or RBG. Although his invention did not gather widespread support until the early 2000s, Stříbrný Lev's RBG was small enough to allow pacemakers to function easily and is a technology we still use today.
Visoka Sunce (1982 – present)
Visoka Sunce is at the forefront of the CPSN's development of floating photovoltaic panels. She has been recognised for her talent and enthusiasm, and her design has already made it through the first two stages of testing. Visoka Sunce's floating solar panels are due for the final round of testing. Previously known for her award-winning work on more efficient solar panels, Visoka Sunce is a promising figure in today's CPSN.
Large Historical Museums
Ukarainin War Museum, Minsk, Ukarainin.
Latkujvia-Ereknestokia Naval Museum, Krajvoskagrad, Latkujvia.
Czechiroan Socialist Museum, Sozkalblinski, North Czechirosvakia.
CPSN History Museum, Minsk, Ukarainin.
Agricultural Museum, Budaplyatnivest, Hunskary.
Geography and Climate
The CPSN is comprised of many regions, each with their own speciality. Far to the west are vineyards and wine presses. Closer to the centre lies vast acres of fertile farmland, while the central region is split by the Katatrina Mountains which contain iron, coal and copper, surrounded by sparse forests. Towards the south, rivers such as the Dnepris, Daluskagava, Vilateva, Elinebe and Mosertava flowing north inland from the sea. To the west is more farmland, but most of it has given way to the expanding metalworks and factories. The terrain is generally hilly, with the south experiencing more humid, cooler air blowing in from the sea, whereas the north has a more arid landscape and usually experiences heavy snowfall during winter. The Katatrina Mounatins have snow allyear round, being covered in a heavy blanket during winter that is perfect for winter sports games. The central region experiences lesser snowfall, while the south sees little to no snowfall, but still have rather chilly weather. Popular seafood such as Chernovurosiyan Stirreon, Asuran Arkorvy and Cresian Delmon can be found in the Cresian Sea to the south of the country.
Native Flora and Fauna
Seen mostly in the north are the pine and cedar forests, which are home to species such as the Asuran grey/winter fox. Although predominantly made up of the Lithiazenian Great Pine and the Southern Chernovurosiyan Cedar, other species of trees such as the West Asuran Silver Fir and the Eastern Red Spruce can be found in the forests of Lithiazenia, northern Polyushinska, and Slovnakunia. Commonly seen are rabbits and squirrels, which can be found in and around the forests all year round.
Slightly further south, the Slovane Burning Oak can be found in large clusters of over 60 trees. The Slovane Burning Oak, so called for its bright red flowers, are popular with tourists, especially during summer and autumn. Squirrels can also be found in these parts, but are harder to spot due to their higher reclusiveness. Bushes and shrubbery are much more common, with species such as the Polyushinkan Lepki, or Sticky Bush, aptly named due to its sticky fruit.
In the lowlands of Hunskary, native grapes and other vines have flourished. The Hunskarian Red Grapes are notable for their small exterior but sweet and juicy taste. Wild berry bushes are commonly found and although it is highly unrecommended to eat the wild berries, popular ones, such as Harpberries and Jayberries are edible and are grown in farms locally.
To the west of fertile Hunskary lies Polyushinska, in wich resides the beautiful Katatrina mountains. The large lake beneath these mountains provides the right environment for much more diverse wildlife. Wild pigs and deer are easily sighted in the woody heartlands of the area. Within the lake dwell freshwater fish such as trout and catfish. The woods mostly contain the Eastern Red Spruce, but some clumps of Slovane Burning Oak can be found within. Squirrels are plentiful, but so are the Asuran grey/winter foxes. The cool mountain air and freshwater lake allow them to feel at home in this area further south from their usual habitats.
In southern Slovnakunia and central Czechirosvak, as well as northern Slovanekunia, the terrain is generally hilly and open, with few clusters of oak and spruce dotted around. The rolling plains are home to more rabbits, with a few wild berry bushes here and there. Many small flowers carpet the fields, with wild grain crops scattered around. Smaller brushes and trees can be found, an example would be the Kyselý Hruška, or "Sour Pear" plant, which has inedible sour fruits that somewhat resemble wrinkled pears.
Ukarainin's Likarin mountain range is home to the majestic Cresian Roawk. Halberd trees reside in the south of Ukarainin, alongside various species of bush, such as Dakurin's Bush and Kushch Nenavysti, or "Bush of Hate", so called for it's thorns and poisonous fruits. West of south Ukarainin lies the hilly lands of Beslaeros. Little else besides common grass can be found here, but the silt carried over from the Cresian Sea-based Daluskagava River passing through the lands to the south facilitated the growth of riverside plants like Ryven Reed, named for its leaves' resemblance to the wings of the Ryven bird also common in the region. In Ereknestokia to the east, however, very little grows as the land us not fertile enough to support anything more than basic shrubbery. The Chernovurosiyan Hope Bush and other small shrubs can be found dotting the landscape, but without rivers to support more diverse wildlife, there is not much more to be seen there. What Erekbestokia lacks in land-based biodiversity, it more than makes up for it with the vast species found near and around its shores. Mudhoppers, Jayfishers and Cresian Gray crabs are a common sight along the mud flats, while in the shallows lie the Cresian Minor Ray, the Driselmouthed Sucker Fish and many other species. The rocky cliffs overhanging the sea along the seaside city of Linokizin is home to Svadin Rock Swillons, which have grey-feathered bodies and bright blue plumage.
The CPSN is a culturally diverse region, with roots dating back centuries. Common Sclavonic, the national language, is a derived language, formed from a combination all the dialects in the country. Thus, it has some words similar to common words in Arabekh, although very few. From the strong beer of the Czechirosvak region to the traditional vodka of the twin Slovkunian states, not to mention the deep red wines of the Hunskarian vineyards, alcoholism and production of alcohol in the CPSN is strong, with more than 2,300,000,000 litres of alcohol produced per year. About a third of this popular product is used in making the CPSN's famous alcoholic cheese, the favourite food of many around the world. The traditional genre of music in the region is mostly folk songs, but Slavics returning from abroad have brought with them the diverse music and culture seen in various other nations. The CPSN is tolerant towards any peaceful religion; all religions that abide by our laws are welcome here. We take pride in our diverse dialects and state politics, while many of our people have traveled to set up wealthy businesses abroad. Every winter in and around the Katatrina Mountains of Ukarainin and the northern states, skiing, snowboarding, hockey and other winter games are popular sports.
Customs and Traditions
States of the CPSN
The CPSN has 15 states, where their respective smaller nations used to be historically: (for State Flags, see here)
|Yunishinka (formerly Socialist Republic) (YSR/SRY)||7,734,146||Belarodnokingrade||Border State||Steel mills, equipment production|
|Hunskary (formerly Nationalist) (HNS/NSH)||7,652,891||Budaplyatnivest||Border State||Staple crops, grape growing, wine production|
|Curonazatia (formerly Socialist Republic) (CSR/SRC)||5,432,812||Zalyushinaskygreb||Border State||Ironworks|
|Slovniakunia (formerly Socialist Republic) (SSR/SRS)||8,457,201||Lajublistojana||Border State||Ore proccessing|
|Polyushinska (formerly Socialist) (PNS/NSP)||8,612,839||Warstonejsaw||State||Industrial equipment production|
|North Czechirosvakia (formerly Socialist Democracy) (CSD/SDC)||8,431,023||Praskensigue||Border State||Beer production, mining|
|South Czechirosvakia (formerly Nationalist) (CNS/NSC)||5,970,563||Srivenjhenko||State||Mining|
|West Ukarainin (formerly Socialist) (USS/SSU)||10,632,391||Minsk (Current Capital City)||Capital State||Goods manufacturing, some crop farming|
|East Ukarainin (formerly Nationalist) (NSU/UCN)||5,372,185||Novgrodska||State||Trade hub, some crop farming|
|Lithiazenia (formerly People's Republic) (LPR/PRL)||7,028,616||Slavlinski||State||Vodka production|
|Beslaeros (formerly Independent Republic) (BIR/IRB)||6,234,623||Kladinskagrad||Border State||Crop farming, cattle ranching, cheese production|
|Slovanekunia (formerly Socialist Republic) (SSS)||8,242,339||Spleska Nejtininko||Border State||Steel mills, metal proccessing|
|Ereknestokia (formerly Communist) (CSE/ECS)||6,243,848||Sarakenijnitiko||State||Fishing, sea port|
|Serjebiza (formerly National-Socialist) (NSS)||1,000,000||Skijnvoskagrad||Military Training Grounds||undisclosed|
|Latkujvia (formerly Socialist Republic) (LSS/SLS)||1,000,000||Krajvoskagrad||Military Training Grounds||undisclosed|
States (as labeled in the map to the right):
1: Hunskary (HNS/NSH)
2: Beslaeros (BIR/IRB)
3: Yunishinka (YSR/SRY)
4: West Ukarainin (USS/SSU)
5: Latkujvia (LSS/SLS)
6: Lithiazenia (LPR/PRL)
7: Polyushinska (PNS/NSP)
8: East Ukarainin (NSU/UCN)
9: Slovniakunia (SSR/SRS)
10: Slovanekunia (SSS)
11: Ereknestokia (CSE/ECS)
12: Serjebiza (NSS)
13: South Czechirosvakia (CNS/NSC)
14: North Czechirosvakia (CSD/SDC)
15: Curonazatia (CSR/SRC)
The CPSN's economy is centred around its steel, iron, coal and tin exports, as well as minor salt and copper exports. Various other metals have been found in the large Katatrina mountain range, while most salt is extracted from the sea to the south. The CPSN imports most of its weapons. The CPSN is at the forefront of nuclear technology, with a lot of research into various radioisotope generators. The CPSN's agriculture is diverse, thanks to its fertile farmland to the west and temperate climate. Corn, rice and potatoes make up most of its staple, while chicken and goose are popular meats. Cows are mainly raised for milk and cheese production and are rarely killed for their meat. For alcohol, the CPSN produces mostly wine, beer and vodka. The CPSN is famous for its alcohol-infused cheese. The CPSN strongly believes in maintaining good ties with surrounding entities, be it on a state, business, or international level. Having been a part of many wars throughout its component states' history, the CPSN has a history of civil strife and disorder, which its people are cautious to not return to. However, a strong industry led by advancements in power technology ensures that most citizens, from the poorest to the richest, enjoy a comfortable and full life. The CPSN strives "To Defend and Unite", like its national motto, the various large states that make up the country. The CPSN's government may be soft politically, but it also believes that a large military is still necessary to ward off any enemies that try to take advantage of its gentler stand on politics. In the CPSN, there are more private businesses than government businesses. This means that there are fewer jobs which are separate legal entities with the power to contract in their own names and that can sue and be sued. Most of the private businesses are still sponsored by the government and have been delegated operational authority by the government to carry on a business. Through this method, the CPSN encourages more foreign industries to set up private businesses within it, boosting its economy and foreign relations. The CPSN's government invests in renewable energy research, allowing for many such startups to gain support.
GDP% Breakdown 2015
Mining and Quarrying: 21.1%
Wholesale and Retail Trade: 7.6%
Business and Services: 7.2%
Finance and Insurance: 11.6%
Operating Revenue: 17.0%
Transportation and Storage: 3.2%
Information and Communications: 3.9%
Other Services Industries: 8.9%
GDP Growth in 2015: 0.7%
Corporate Tax: 12% (10% for companies on their second year)
Inheritance Tax (GST): None
Revenue Collections (%GDP) 2015
Operating Revenue 17.0%
Corporate Income Tax 2.3%
Personal Income Tax 4.1%
Withholding Tax 0.3%
Statutory Boards’ Contributions 0.5%
Assets Taxes 1.8%
Customs and Excise Taxes 0.7%
Goods and Services Tax 2.6%
Motor Vehicle Taxes 0.3%
Vehicle Quota Premiums 0.9%
Betting Taxes 0.5%
Stamp Duty 0.6%
Other Taxes 1.7%
Other Fees and Charges 0.9%
Percentage Expenditure per Sector (%GDP) 2015
Social Development: 7.6%
National Development: 0.5%
Environment and Water Resources: 0.4%
Culture, Community and Youth: 0.6%
Social and Family Development: 0.4%
Communications and Information: 0.2%
Manpower (Financial Security): 0.3%
Security and External Relations: 5.4%
Home Affairs: 1.3%
Foreign Affairs: 1.0%
Economic Development: 4.4%
Trade and Industry: 1.3%
Manpower (excluding Financial Security): 0.4%
Info-Communications and Media Development: 0.2%
Government Administration: 0.6%
Organs of State: 0.3%
Major CPSN Companies
The CPSN is dependent on its 22 mines, sacttered across the Likarin, Katatrina and Solsplyet mountain ranges. AKR is CPSN's main mining company, owning 18 mines. The Likarin mountain range has mostly iron and coal, the Katatrina mountain range has mostly iron and uranium-238.
Production & Manufacturing
The CPSN is one of the world's leading nuclear energy experts, with a long history regarding nuclear research during the communist era and beyond.
Other Green Energy
The CPSN pioneered betavoltaic technology and has been at the forefront of photovoltaic technology, currently focusing on its transparent floating photovoltaic panel research.
Having relied on iron and steel mining for centuries, the CPSN has had the opportunity to develop many tools to aid in mining.
The Pan-Slavic Combined Armed Forces (PSCAF) is the national military service of the Community of Pan-Slavic Nations (CPSN). The PSCAF was formed on the 26th of January, 2012, and comprises of an airforce and land army. The PSCAF seeks to provide Pan-Slavics with peace and defend the country from external threats. The PSCAF is open to joint military exercises. All male adults in the nation have to serve three years in military service by law, but it doesn't mean the nation's national service skimps off on their training. All of the CPSN's units are highly trained in communication, weapons handling, vehicle servicing, hostage rescue, bomb defusal, crime prevention, field cooking, room cleaning, and other useful skills. Military vehicles have been licensed for production in CPSN factories scattered around the country, their exact manufacturing and holding/storage location is top secret.
See CPSN ORBAT
The CPSN has 5 Army Groups:
- Gruppa Armiy Lyczekinadan (Army Group Leviathan) –Serjebiza
- Gruppa Armiy Hydaronisceveya (Army Group Hydra) –Serjebiza
- Gruppa Armiy Zekpakyl (Army Group Scorpion) –Latkujvia
- Gruppa Armiy Zhebrevny (Army Group Dragon) –Latkujvia
- Gruppa Armiy Zhebrevny (Army Group Dragon) –Latkujvia
The CPSN has 7 Air Wings
- Aviatsionnaya Gruppa Burya (Aviation Group Storm)
- Aviatsionnaya Gruppa Tayfun (Aviation Group Typhoon)
- Aviatsionnaya Gruppa Uragan (Aviation Group Hurricane)
- Aviatsionnaya Gruppa Vikhr (Aviation Group Whirlwind)
- Aviatsionnaya Gruppa Tornado (Aviation Group Tornado)
- Aviatsionnaya Gruppa Metel' (Aviation Group Blizzard)
- Aviatsionnaya Gruppa Tsiklon (Aviation Group Cyclone)
The CPSN does not require a proper navy force due to it's landlocked state. However, the neighbouring sea is still a path of attack, so a small navy will suffice.
- Military Vessels
- 2 Orca-Class Destroyers (since 2012)
- 10 Hammerhead-Class Frigates (since 2015)
- 18 Torpedus-Class Torpedo Boats (since 2012)
- 1 Kraken-Class Nuclear Submarine (since 1991)
- Patrol Vessels
- 1 Requiem-Class Frigate (retired military vessel)
- 20 Bramble-Class Patrol Boat (since 2012)
Current In-service Firearms
Current Armoured Fighting Vehicles (AFVs)
The CPSN is led by a solitary figurehead, the President, which has the right to veto any major decisions, except those regarding national politics, where he only gets 5 votes instead of the 2 that each HoS has.
Next in the power structure is the group of 15 Heads-of-State - which vote on which is the prominent issue/topic of discussion among all the prominent state-level issues/topics of discussion, after which they will discuss on the final decision to go through with on the prevailing issue/topic of discussion.
The state-level issues/topics of discussion themselves are condensed and introduced to their respective HoS by the Governors-of-State, these are the heads of the major departments in every state. The final issue/topic of discussion is determined via their voting.
The GoS are voted in by the people of the state, with each GoS having a definite term of under 30 years unless determined otherwise by a certain unusual circumstance, or if they quit. The current GoS may not be revoted into the same position consecutively.
The HoS is voted in by the people of the state, but must be approved by the GoS as well. Each HoS term lasts for 10 years, to limit corruption and promote diversity. However, unlike the GoS, the current HoS may be voted in again to serve another term.
The Presidential candidacy is narrowed down on a state-by-state basis voting system, with each state fielding 5 starting candidates every election. Once each state narrows down their 5 candidates to just 1, the main campaign begins. Following this, the final top 5 candidates are voted by the HoS . From these 5, the new President will be elected by the entire country's people's vote. Each Presidential term lasts for 4 years, whereafter the President may appeal for a longer term. The HoS will decide if this appeal passes, and if it does, the final decision on whether the term is lengthened will be put up to a plebiscite by the people. A President may only lengthen a term once per valid election. A Presidential term may not be lengthened by more than 2 years.
Citizens of the CPSN have special rights within the country, such as education subsidies and grants, subsidised housing, certain discounts and cheaper transportation. A full list of CPSN citizen rights can be found here.
The CPSN promotes a proper education, subsidising education at middle grade and high school levels, encouraging students to attend extra enrichment courses on subjects such as financial literacy and awareness of current affairs.
The CPSN currently has:
- Over 80 Preschools
- Over 80 Kindergartens
- Over 20 Government (subsidised) Kindergartens
- Over 50 Middle-Grade Schools
- Over 35 High Schools
- Over 20 Junior Colleges
- Over 20 Polytechnics
- 12 Universities
In addition, the CPSN provides subsidies for all citizens, such as
- Free middle-grade education
- A subsidy of TTY$300 for high school
- Government grants not exceeding TTY$1,000 for junior college and polytechnic fees
- Government grants not exceeding TTY$2,800 for university fees
- Available bursaries for eligible students from middle grade to university students, ranging from TTY$200 – TTY$2,000
- Government grants not exceeding $4,000 for eligible students seeking higher education overseas (student must return every 4 years)
With these methods, the CPSN aims to encourage proper education and awareness for the younger generation to provide a better educated and more capable local work force. Other methods such as free education for illiterate citizens over the age of 40 aim to help less-educated people get a foothold in proper blue-collar jobs.
The CPSN, having no oceanic access, relies mostly on air travel, while the country itself is linked prominently by road and train.
Slavic International Airways
Major Public Transport Companies
Buses and Trains
Lidová Cenově Ride
Система Мас-Транспорт (Systema Mas-Transport)
Lako Grad Veznik
маса хуткая транспарціроўка (Masa Chutkaja Transparciroŭka)
Юниходитьскан Сетевое подключение (Yunishinskan Setevoye Podklyucheniye)
More About The CPSN
The CPSN's flag is made up of 3 components:
1: The Colours
The Blue represents the CPSN's democratic government
The White represents the CPSN's pure and uncorrupt ideals
The Red represents the shared blood and will of the people
2: The Symbols
The Hammer represents the steel and iron industry to the east, the Sickle represents the agricultural sector to the west.
The four stars represent the four major component nations that formed the CPSN.
3: The Motto
The Motto, "To Defend and Unite", reminds citizens that the defence of the nation and each other us everyone's responsibility and that through a stronger unity, the country will prosper.
Old Maps of the CPSN Lands
Deep Red: Ternca
Light Blue: Ukarainin
Yellow/Gold: Beslaeros-Latkujvian Territories
Green: Ereknestokia (minor nation)
Deep Red: Beslaeros-Latkujvian Territories
Light Blue: Ukarainin
Green: Other minor nations
Foreign Relations (Travel/Tourism/JMEs)
For list of trade resources, see CPSN Trade Resources
|Country||Status||Current state of relations||Trade Export||Trade Import||Mutual Embassies||CPSN Ambassador||Country's Ambassador||Valid Passport Approval required.|
|Aquidneck||Neutral||Nothing interesting here||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Salyutishna Poyes||TBW||Yes|
|Castrix||Neutral||Nothing interesting here||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Sergio Hapishinka||TBW||Yes|
|Cheonsam||Neutral||Nothing interesting here||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Coslak Velinkin||TBW||Yes|
|Midrasia||Neutral||Nothing interesting here||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Garvani Kjetlukjios||TBW||Yes|
|Ohen||Warm Relations||With Ohen on the southern border, the CPSN has remained friendly with this country.||Open trade||Open trade||Yes||Ilyunshinka Hejkis||TBW||Yes|
|Rohst||Neutral||Nothing interesting here||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Yuri Splenatskev||TBW||Yes|
|Ternca||Allies||The CPSN is maintaining close ties with Ternca, not just because of its Slavic origins, but also due to the proximity and scale of the country.||Solar panels, other photovoltaic technology||Beef||Yes||Dmitri Recenko||TBW||Yes|
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|Neutral||Nothing interesting here||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Sergio Adkinshyka||TBW||Yes|
|Vrnallia||Neutral||Nothing interesting here||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Ursha Plinitskav||TBW||Yes|
|Template:Country data Chernovurosiya||Allies||Similarly to Ternca and other countries of Slavic origin, the CPSN is trying to maintain a close friendship with Chernovurosiya||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Buskanijev Vlyatikov||TBW||Yes|
|Oserland||Neutral||Nothing interesting here||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Depliskev Vormachov||TBW||Yes|
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|Neutral||First CPSN embassy set up in Iscandria.||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Gorkishni Korskin||TBW||Yes|
|Navorgska||Allies||Allied with Navorgska||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Dinishu Pretskylav||TBW||Yes|
|tir Lhaeraidd||Neutral||See CPSN-Lhaeraidh Treaty||Steel, Iron||Pharmaceuticals||Yes||Aurora Grachevsky||Bedivere Doran||Yes|
|Newrey||Neutral||Nothing interesting here so far.||Nothing major||Nothing major||Yes||Simanyskov Pazhenka||TBW||Yes|
|Crylante||Somewhat Friendly||Nothing interesting here so far.||Solar panels, red wine, beer||Luxury goods (chocolate, jewellery,etc.)||Yes||Neluyanashev Zorikov||Alana Martinsdottir||Yes|
|Frestovenia||Neutral||Nothing interesting here so far.||Fish||Iron, Steel||Yes||Klezonowscki Tyvado||Steven Pederson||Yes|
Notes on Current Affairs
Due to the newly elected President coming from Ukarainin (Ukarainin as a country was founded by Ordiarns, and the current Ukarainins are still from Ordiarn descent), the CPSN's relations with Ordiar have dramatically improved.
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