Government and Administration
The Administrative model of Hyogen runs under the federalist model of states being granted some level of autonomy in terms of taxes of infrastructure, municipal taxes, provision of some level of social services and funding for local government funded programs and states institutions, the federal government in Shuto in that respect acts as the funding overseer and final tier funder of such services if needed.
However there are 2 constutient nations which have speial level of autonomy. THes nations are known as Autonomous Administrative Regions (AAR’s). The Constituent nations are The Kingdom of Ainua and the Republic of Lorea in 1912 and 1965 respectively. These regions have their own governments and effectively run themselves in many ways excluding the military, diplomatic and affairs of state and fiscally to some extent.
These constituent nations are linguistically and culturally different in many ways with their own sense of national identity, but are still recognised officially as pert of the grater whole which is the United Republic of Hyogen and are thus granted full citizenship like any other citizen.
Republic of Korea (AAR): (Pending)
Kingdom of Ainua (AAR): (Pending)
Federal Government (Pending)
2. Political Geography
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The Alpine Confederation is split into five different administrative regions which are further split into 46 different cantons.
Politics of the First EmpireThe First Empire, as an absolute monarchy, is ruled by the full authority of the Empress. She is recognized as a direct decedent of the goddess Amaterasu and, as such, is recognized as divine herself. She appoints an Imperial Council to conduct state affairs. Imperial Councilors, as the liaisons and conduits of the Empress's power, enjoy a great amount of control over the ministries and administrations falling under their sphere of responsibility and are recognized as holding true authority over the Imperial Government, with the Ministers elected by the people simply conducting the day-to-day affairs as determined by the policies of the Councilors. It is widely understood that authority within Furukawa lays in the hands of the Empress, her Vicegerent, and her Council, though their decisions are influenced by the strong, democratic choir of her subjects.The Imperial GovernmentMichiko, Empress of FurukawaJunichirō Koizumi, Lord High Steward of FurukawaThe Rt Hon. Shinzo Abe, Premier of FurukawaThe Imperial CouncilThe Imperial Council is composed of ten Councilors, each of which hold substantial control and influence over the ministries their area of responsibility covers. As they are the liaison, or conduit, of Imperial power over the broader government individual ministers will not be listed. While the Prime Minister is granted the power to appoint the Ministers it is understood that the ultimate authority lies with the Empress and her Council.Imperial Councilor for Domestic Affairs: Imperial Councilor for Foreign Affairs: Imperial Councilor for Defence: Imperial Councilor for Intelligence: Imperial Councilor for Treasury and Finance: Imperial Councilor for the Admiralty: Imperial Councilor for Justice: Imperial Councilor for Environmental Affairs: Imperial Councilor for Industry: Imperial Councilor for Information: Virginia SeleveyImperial DietSpeaker of the Councillors: Speaker of the Commons: House of Commons / House of CouncillorsGovernmentNational Democratic Alliance (NDA); 234 seats in the Commons; 52 Councillors; Centre-right to Right-wing- Left: Liberal Party of Furukawa; 95 seats in the Commons; 22 Councillors; Conservative liberalism, Agrarianism, Pro-Europeanism- Furukawan People's Party; 71 seats in the Commons; 18 Councillors; Furukawan nationalism, National conservatism, Social conservatism, Right-wing populism, Euroscepticism- Liberal Alliance; 43 seats in the Commons; 8 Councillors; Liberalism, Libertarianism, Classical liberalism, Euroscepticism- Conservative People's Party; 25 seats in the Commons; 4 Councillors; Conservatism, Liberal conservatism, Pro-EuropeanismOppositionUnited Progressive Alliance (UPA): 226 seats in the Commons; 48 Councillors; Centre-left to Left-wing- Social Democrats; 123 seats in the Commons; 26 Councillors; Social democracy, Pro-Europeanism- Red-Green alliance; 38 seats in the Commons; 8 Councillors; Democratic socialism, Eco-socialism, Anti-capitalism, Euroscepticism- The Alternative; 25 seats in the Commons; 6 Councillors; Green politics, Pro-Europeanism- Social Liberal Party of Furukawa; 20 seats in the Commons; 4 Councillors; Social liberalism, Centrism, Pro-Europeanism, - Socialist People's Party; 20 seats in the Commons; 4 Councillors; Eco-socialism, EuroscepticismCourt Structure of Furukawa
5) MAJOR CITIES OF SITANOVAThe cities are ordered from largest to smallest in population numbersCity of Adele10.990.823Saint Peter and Saint Paul City8.000.567City of Augusta5.000.892Saint Therese City3.654.029Port Spain City2.850.018City of Alexandria2.704.990City of Livingston1.990.654Port Innsbrok1.567.256City of New Poland319.185City of Königsstadt319.129CITY NAMEPOPULATION