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The Federation of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Proclamation of Punta Santiago

Monarchy of Nouvelle Alexandrie

H.M. King Sinchi Roca I

H.M. Queen Abigail

House of Inti-Carrillo

Nobility of Nouvelle Alexandrie

His Majesty's Government

President of the Government of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Vice-President of the Government of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Council of State of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Executive Departments of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Executive Government Agencies of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Cortes Federales of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Chamber of Peers of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Federal Assembly of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Political Parties:

High Court of Justice of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Laws of Nouvelle Alexandrie

Regions of Nouvelle Alexandrie

The administrative divisions of Nouvelle Alexandrie are the institutional and territorial organizational units of the territory that forms the Federation of Nouvelle Alexandrie, formerly known as Alduria-Wechua. The territory of the Federation is located on two continents: Eura and Keltia.

There are several administrative divisions, which may have political (local government), electoral (districts), or administrative (decentralized services of the state) objectives. All the inhabited territories are represented in the Federal Constituent Assembly.


The Federation of Nouvelle Alexandrie is subdivided territorially as follows:

  1. Regions - top-level territorial subdivision, holds governmental jurisdiction over a separate and defined geographic territory. Shares its sovereignty with the federal government;
  2. States - second-level territorial subdivision, regions are subdivided into states. Consists of a geographic region with specific boundaries and usually some level of governmental authority. Specific governmental powers of states vary widely between the Regions;
  3. Special Cities - third-level territorial subdivision, granted to sizeable conurbations and important manufacturing centers. Specific governmental powers of the Special Cities vary widely between the Regions. A Special City obtains direct federal subsidies for the development of a healthy and sustainable economy and for New Prosperity Plan infrastructure projects;
  4. Outremer - a category for unincorporated territories under the control of Nouvelle Alexandrie for any special commercial or military purposes; they usually do not have sizeable or significant civilian populations.

Federalism in Nouvelle Alexandrie is the constitutional division of power between the federal government and local governments (regions, states, and special cities). The federal government, the regions, the states, the special cities, and municipalities have different tasks and partially competing regions of responsibilities ruled by a complex system of checks and balances.

The Proclamation of Punta Santiago serves as the founding document of the Federation and as its Constitution. It is in this document that a relationship of parity between the two levels of government, the federal and the local, is established.

As time has passed, the Federal Constituent Assembly, the Cortes Federales and the early governments of the Federation have taken a philosophy of devolution or the transfer of certain powers from the federal government to the Regions, typically involving the federal government providing block grants to the regions or the states directly to achieve a goal or an established program or commitment. The federal government then monitors outcomes but provides broad discretion to the regions and states for how the programs are implemented.

In the model of shared sovereignty, New Alexandrians are citizens both of the Federation and of the Region in which they reside. Regional citizenship and residency are flexible and no government approval is required to move between regions or states. Known exceptions to this are mainly for those persons restricted by certain types of court orders (such as paroled convicts and children of divorced spouses who are sharing custody). Regional governments are allocated power by the people (of each respective Region) through their individual constitutions or constituent charters. All are grounded in basic democratic principles, and each provides for a government, consisting of three branches, each with separate and independent powers: executive, legislative, and judicial. Regions are divided into states, which may be assigned some local governmental authority but are not sovereign. The structure of a state varies widely by Region and Regions also can create other local governments or special districts.

Regions (12)

Region Map Flag Coat or Seal Capital Population Joined Regional Governor Regional Legislature Postal Abbreviation Notes
Alduria flag.png
COA Alduria.png Punta Santiago 69,338,077 (1723 AN) 1685 AN Governor Parliament of Alduria ALD
Wechua Nation
Wechua flag.png
The Wechua Nation Coat of Arms.svg
Parap 64,630,902 (1723 AN) 1685 AN Governor Council of the Realm WEC
Santander Santander1726AN.png SantanderFlag.png Santander.png Potosí 42,294,998 (1723 AN) 1686 AN Governor Cortes Regionales de Santander SAN
Federal Capital District
Cárdenas 990,849 (1723 AN) 1686 AN Governor Federal Capital District Council FCD
Valencia Valencia1726AN.png ValenciaFlag.png ValenciaCOA.png Chambéry 13,586,463 (1723 AN) 1686 AN Governor Cortes Regionales de Valencia VAL
Isles of Caputia
Gotfriedplatz 27,519,927 (1723 AN) 1687 AN Governor Congress of the Isles ICA
New Luthoria NewLuthoria1726AN.png NewLuthoriaFlag.png NewLuthoriaCOA.png New Luthoria 5,821,143 (1723 AN) 1687 AN Governor Regional Assembly of Luthoria NLA
North Lyrica
Beaufort 29,197,013 (1723 AN) 1687 AN Governor Council of Beaufort NLY
South Lyrica
Lausanne 34,558,412 (1723 AN) 1687 AN Governor Senate of South Lyrica SLY
Islas de la Libertad IslasDeLaLibertad1726AN.png LibertadFlag.png LibertadCOA.png Nuevo Corcovado 6,405,856 (1723 AN) 1691 AN Governor Islas de la Libertad Assembly IDL
Boriquén Boriquen1726AN.png BoriquenFlag.png BoriquenCOA.png Hato Rey 16,276,263 (1723 AN) 1719 AN Governor Areyto Legislativo de Boriquén BOR
New Caputia NewCaputiaMap1726AN.png New-Caputia-Flag.png NewCaputiaCOA1721.png Ravaillac 12,498,199 (1723 AN) 1722 AN Governor Parliament of New Caputia NCA

States (51)

  • Alduria:
    1. Alcalá
    2. Aldurian Capital District
    3. Altus
    4. Asuara
    5. Biscarrosse
    6. Carrillo
    7. Compostela
    8. Mondego
    9. Murcia
    10. Napoléon
    11. Nouradin
    12. Saint Ignace
    13. Rothborne
    14. Valoria
    15. Valenciana
    16. Valladares
    17. Villalba
    18. Baatharzi Autonomous State
    19. Ladino Autonomous State
  • Wechua Nation:
    1. Antisuyu
    2. Chinchasuyu
    3. Kuntisuyu
    4. Qullasuyu
    5. Wechua Capital District
    6. Special State of Roanne
  • Santander
    1. País Real
    2. Zanhuesa
    3. Costa Plata
    4. Esparraguera
    5. Cherusken
  • Valencia
    1. Chambery
    2. Mayenne
    3. Lesve
    4. New Franciscania
    5. Cardozo & Malonton
  • Isles of Caputia
    1. Gotfriedland
    2. Salzstein
    3. Ulrichtstadt
    4. Tablot
  • New Luthoria
    1. Pharos
    2. New Luthorian Skerry
    3. Chiron & Ciricia
  • North Lyrica
    1. Vinveil
    2. Clergues
    3. Belgeux
    4. Fauqier
    5. Santa Juana
    6. Gennesart
    7. Bougny
    8. Isla de Stormark
  • South Lyrica
    1. Mailly
    2. Vitroluire
    3. Perpimans
    4. Toucourt
    5. Píaz Rosa
    6. Islas de Lyrica
  • Islas de la Libertad
    1. Nuevo Corcovado
    2. San Lorenzo
    3. Píaz de Howard
    4. Dorado
    5. Estefanía
    6. Rincón

Special Cities (36)


The Outremer territories are areas controlled by the government of Alduria-Wechua that are not considered "incorporated" for the purposes of federal law. Under the Proclamation of Punta Santiago, the King may issue Letters of Official Settlement to establish new Alduro-Wechua territory. This territory is established as "unincorporated territory" under the direct rule of the King or to another legally incorporated body "on behalf of the King". In the absence of an organic law (a lawful regional, state, or local constitution or charter) approved by the federal legislature, a territory is classified as unorganized. Selected constitutional provisions apply, depending on legislative acts and judicial rulings according to Alduro-Wechua constitutional practice, local tradition, and law.

There is currently 1 unincorporated territory, Ijubicastagrad Harbor.

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