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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
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The names of the Federation reflects the union of two sovereign states, [[Alduria]] and the [[Wechua Nation]].
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The name [[Alduria]] originates from the rise of the [[Altus|Altusian Republic]], a stratocracy formed by the [[Armée Altusienne Unie]] centered around a group of former [[Alexandria|Alexandrian]] city-states in the [[Euran continent]]. One of the constituent city-states that formed [[Altus]] was called Alduria. The name came from the family of an old Alexandrian merchant turned noble called Aldur Gerzog. The Gerzog family went on to found several lucrative regional businesses that attracted capital and talent to the small settlement and invested heavily in its development. The venture ended when it was seized by the [[Armée Altusienne Unie]] in {{AN|1656}}. But as fast as Altus rose, it was torn apart just as quickly, leading to the flight of Alduria's delegation to the Altusian Senate to the city of Punta Santiago. The group of Senators went on to occupy key positions of power and leadership in the region. During the debate over what to name the new nation in the Constituent Assembly that was designing the new nation, the delegates settled on the name of [[Alduria]] by a landslide, proposed by one of those escaping Senators (and later future 1st President of Alduria and of the Federation) [[Alejandro Santos]].
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The name of the [[Wechua]] comes from the Wechu language, referring to "the temperate valleys" of the "People of the Llamas". In ancient times, the term was commonly used to refer to those who were considered as the elite of the "People of the Llamas" that resided around [[Mount Lacara]] and its surrounding valleys in the continent of [[Keltia]]. This elite often included the clergy of the [[Faith of Inti]], political leaders, academia, and other community leaders. As time passed, the term came to refer to the people of the Four Wechua Regions (Tawantinsuyu) as a whole.
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==History==
 
==History==
 
===Alduro-Wechua integration===
 
===Alduro-Wechua integration===

Revision as of 02:10, 1 July 2020

Alduro-Wechua Federation
Flag of Alduria-Wechua
Flag
Coat of Arms of Alduria-Wechua
Coat of Arms
Motto: Noqan hamuni kausanayquichispaq (Wechua)

Ego veni ut vitam habeant et abundantius habeant (Audente)
I have come that you may have life and have it abundantly

Anthem:
[[|250px|Location of Alduria-Wechua|frameless]]
Map versions
Capital Temporary capitals:
Largest city Rimarima, Piriya, Behaurnais
Official language(s) Official:
  • Alexandrian
  • Wechua
  • Martino

Regional:
  • Babkhi
  • Ladino
  • Constancian
  • Santanderian
Official religion(s)
Demonym Alduro-Wechua
 - Adjective Alduro-Wechua
Government
 - King Manco Capac
 - President of the Government Alejandro Campos
 - Legislature Plurinational Congress of the Federation
Establishment 1685 AN (June 29, 2020)
Area
Population 71,940,371 (1685 AN)
Currency Alduro-Wechua écu (€)
Abbreviation AWF
Driving side
Time zone(s)
National website
National forum
National animal
National food
National drink
National tree

The Federation of Alduria and the Wechua Nation, also known as Alduria-Wechua or the Alduro-Wechua Federation, is a confederation of two formerly sovereign nations, Alduria and the Wechua Nation. Its territory covers land and islands in northwestern Eura and near central Keltia. The status of capital of the Federation is shared between its two most important cities: Parap as its executive and administrative center, and Punta Santiago as its legislative and judicial center. Other major urban areas include Rimarima, Piriya, Behaurnais, Fort Laons, and San Luis. The federation has a population of 71,940,371 inhabitants as of 1685 AN.

Alduria-Wechua is a federal and secular parliamentary monarchy with a semi-direct representative democracy, with King Manco Capac as head of state and President of the Government Alejandro Campos as its head of government. The country is a member of the Micras Treaty Organization (MTO) and the Raspur Pact (RP).

Etymology

The names of the Federation reflects the union of two sovereign states, Alduria and the Wechua Nation.

The name Alduria originates from the rise of the Altusian Republic, a stratocracy formed by the Armée Altusienne Unie centered around a group of former Alexandrian city-states in the Euran continent. One of the constituent city-states that formed Altus was called Alduria. The name came from the family of an old Alexandrian merchant turned noble called Aldur Gerzog. The Gerzog family went on to found several lucrative regional businesses that attracted capital and talent to the small settlement and invested heavily in its development. The venture ended when it was seized by the Armée Altusienne Unie in 1656 AN. But as fast as Altus rose, it was torn apart just as quickly, leading to the flight of Alduria's delegation to the Altusian Senate to the city of Punta Santiago. The group of Senators went on to occupy key positions of power and leadership in the region. During the debate over what to name the new nation in the Constituent Assembly that was designing the new nation, the delegates settled on the name of Alduria by a landslide, proposed by one of those escaping Senators (and later future 1st President of Alduria and of the Federation) Alejandro Santos.

The name of the Wechua comes from the Wechu language, referring to "the temperate valleys" of the "People of the Llamas". In ancient times, the term was commonly used to refer to those who were considered as the elite of the "People of the Llamas" that resided around Mount Lacara and its surrounding valleys in the continent of Keltia. This elite often included the clergy of the Faith of Inti, political leaders, academia, and other community leaders. As time passed, the term came to refer to the people of the Four Wechua Regions (Tawantinsuyu) as a whole.

History

Alduro-Wechua integration

1685 Aldurian coup d'etat

Campos-Alvarez Summit

Proclamation of Punta Santiago

Geography

Islands

Mountains and rivers

Climate

Fauna and flora

Politics

Government

Executive

Legislative

Judicial

Values of the Federation

Human rights

Administrative divisions

Regions

Autonomous regions

Autonomous communities

Federal Capital District

Municipalities

Foreign relations

Military

Ecology

Economy

National Bank of the Federation

Automotive industry

Defense industry

Shipbuilding

Agriculture

Mining

Tourism

Energy

Hydrocarbon industry

Transport

Science and technology

Demographics

Urbanization

Peoples

Minority groups

Immigration

Languages

Religion

Education

Primary education

Secondary education

Higher education

Health

MediCare

Carrillo National Health System

See also: Carrillo National Health System.

Culture

Literature

Cinema

Music and dance

Fashion

Cuisine

Sport

Public holidays and festivals

See also