La Frontera Militarizada de Texacano
Conventional Long Form: The Militarized Border of Texacano
Conventional Short Form: Texacano
Local Long Form: La Frontera Militarizada de Texaca?o
Local Short Form: Texaca?o
Population: Est. 100 mil
Official languages: English, Spanish
Capital: Ciudad Juarez (Executive), Austin (Judicial), Houston (Legislative)
Location: Europe, south of the Mediterranean Sea, east of Kyrilanga, north of Spain and northwest of Prussia.
Area: approx. 100,000 square miles (approx. 260,000 square km)
Relative Area: About the size of Arizona
Land Boundaries: approx 1,000 miles
Coastline: 0 miles
Terrain: Hilly; fertile plains in north
Government type: Republic
National Holiday: Independence Day, 16 March
Administrative Divisions: Five provinces; Tejas (Texas), Chihuahua, Nuevo Le?n, Coahuila and Tamaulipas.
Legal System: Based on American common law.
Suffrage: Upon completion of military service; universal.
Chief of State: Felipe Calentura
Head of Government: Portavoz de la Camara Derrick McShane
Elections: Held every two years. Two-term limit for all positions.
Unicameral Camara de Representates. Fifty seats, elections every two years.
One Suprema Corta de Justicia with appelate jurisdiction. Five provincial appelate courts, then one original court in every county or parish.
Two equal horizontal bands of white (top) and red (bottom) and a vertical green band on the hoist side, with the eagle and serpent in the middle.