A Democracia Da HUElavia
La Democracia De HUElavia
Motto:Por Deus, Pela Glória, Pela Liberdade, Pelo Povo
(English: For God, For Glory, For Liberty, For The People)
(Spanish: Por Dios, Para La Gloria, Para La Libertad, Para La Gente)
Population:474,234,875 (2060 Census)
Largest City: Curumba
Official Language: Portuguese, Spanish, and English
National Language: Portuguese, Spanish, English, Galician
- President: Ruben Fernandez-Casillas
- Vice President: Angelica Bautista-Saito
- Speaker of the House: Olivia Lavogez
- Chief Justice: Mark Gurley III
-Upper House: House of the HUElavian Congress
-Lower House: House of the HUElavian Senate
Establishment: from Portuzia and Aestellia
Independence: October 7th, 1897 (From Portuzia and Aestellia)
Land Area: 3,181,000 mile²
Water Area: km²
Highest Point: Mt. Reus (7,358 ft)
Lowest Point: Lago Minera (-230 ft)
GDP (nominal):2,491 Trillion Hueks (As of February 2060)
GDP (nominal) per capita: 275,193 Hueks (As of February 2060)
Human Development Index (NS Version): 89.5
Drives on the:Right
The Democracy Of HUElavia, commonly called HUElavia, is a Democracy in The South Pacific. HUElavia covers LAND AREA square kilometers and has has an estimated population of 325,839,234. HUElavia comprises of 12 States and 3 Territories.
HUElavia is a peacemaker in The South Pacific, mainly known for giving support to third-world countries and offering advice to new, developing nations.
HUElavia derives from the meme of Brazilian Laughter, formally known as HUEHUEHUE, and from a mix of Hispanic and Slavic names of Countries such as Argentina, Colombia, Slovenia, and Latvia.
The standard way to refer a citizen of HUElavia is as a "HUElavian."
The first known inhabitants of HUElavia was the native Hueti, a group of tribal people who hunted food in the nearby jungles. HUElavia was discovered by Fernando Silva Leite Roys in 1689 after searching for new lands for Partagol. 30 years later, in 1719, Sapinish conquerors came to the south of HUElavia looking for riches and also colonized the land. For 150 years, there was a separation of the two halves of HUElavia, with the Portuguese-speaking region known as West HUElavia, and the Spanish-speaking region known as East HUElavia. Jointly on October 7th, 1897, both jointly declared independence from Partagol and Sapin respectively. The two nations would be separate nations until June 5th, 1900, where both nations merged to become the nation HUElavia is today
The newly formed nation has a weak economy in the first 3 months, but rose a little after it began trading its native crops, such as Plantain, Banana, Yuca, and Potatoes. By 1930, the economy fell through a small depression, but when President Roberto Suarez Vargas declared to protect the environment and encourage all visitors to visit the nation's rain forest, the economy had a very large rise and rose even more when President Manuel Leite Reyes declared an investment in Science, Technology, Healthcare, and Education in order to improve the country in 1955.
By 1960, the economy rose up to a very high value but the market drop of February 1962, formally known as The Economic Slap (Portuguese: O Bofetada Económica, Spanish: La bofetada económica), caused a depression in the people, but history was made 6 months after the crash as newly elected President Maria Santos Leite, the first female president of the country, declared an expansion of the working force, protection of the environment and an increase of tourism. Thus, the Golden Age of the HUElavian economy was born and she lasted 3 terms (which forced the regulation of allowing presidents to serve 2 terms) until she decided to quit in 1974. She was credited for starting the HUElavian Space Program, NHSA (National HUElavian Space Agency), which thrust HUElavia into its 'Platinum Age' in Science and Technology.
After Leite's term, a new president was elected, Omar Lima de Reus, who became known for his progressive education and healthcare reforms, giving the nation a new name around the world. He was credited for bringing in immigrants from all over, which the majority was Asian and Slavic, into the nation. He also helped fund the start of research for clean vehicles in the country.
HUElavia was stable until a man named Marco Santana tried to become independent from HUElavia in his small land in 2006. The president of the time was Thomas Chyrinski, a first generation Ruslavian-HUElavian, and his reaction caused a controversy in the world by cutting down all supplies and utilities to the Santana's house, which caused a political turmoil within the government on the decision. He resigned 6 months later, and a new election was held where Gisele Hernandez Garcia became the second female president. She led the nation with decent decisions and helped raise the economy to a frighting point that people questioned when the economy would stop growing.
In 2027, a terrorist attack was done in the capital city of Curumba, where a separatist group known as FH (Free HUElavia) bombed a local courthouse, which killed 60 people. President Michel dos Santos responded terribly to the attack, stating he did not want to do anything to counter the attack, which resulted in an outrage in the country and his resignation and exile. A new election was held in 2028, and Rafael Lima Reus became president, where he earned the people's and government's trust through progressive reforms in education and welfare, going to people and addressing their issues and proposing solutions that progressed the country as a whole.
After President Lima's two terms ended, Filipe Suarez Sanchez, a centrist, surprisingly won the election by a small margin over the Democratic nominee Isabella Ramirez Nakayama and had a very short-lived presidency after making decisions that infringed on the rights of civilians. He left office in 2040 after his four years was up, and Isabella Ramirez Nakayama ran for the presidency again and became the youngest President of HUElavia at the age of 38, and the first HUElavia of Asian Ancestry to be elected. She had made immigration reforms by allowing ex-patriots and refugees earn citizenship easily, as well as making Education the main priority of HUElavia, as well as making social reforms towards poverty and medical accessibility. A notable point in President Ramirez Nakayama's presidency was that she signed into law and an amendment for the sale of guns for the civilian population. This was signed into law with the only exception that people purchasing guns had to pass a written exam, as well as a performance exam, along with a mental health and criminal record check in order to purchase a gun. She also ended up abolishing the very little of the feudalism that was left in the country, stating that in a time of futuristic advances in HUElavia, HUElavia had to remove anything outdated in the country. The ended up finishing her term as the 2nd Most Popular President in the History of HUElavia
With the end of President Ramirez Nakayama's term, Vice-President Samuel Villa Santos ran as the Democratic Nominee, winning the presidency in a massive landslide over Conservative Nominee Elise Le Pon. He was inaugurated on January 19th, 2049, looking to continue the legacy done by Isabella Ramirez Nakayama.
After 8 years in the presidency, 2056 HUElavian president race was decided by a very slim margin of less than 0.01% (2,500 votes) where the Conservative candidate Ana Sousa Perez won the presidency, marking the first time the Conservative party won the Presidency. In a landmark first decision, President Sousa Perez made the economy into a Capitalist economy, separating from the Socialist economy that was in place for well over 150 years. There have been mixed reactions towards this change, with the rich praising the rise in their incomes, while the poor have been disgruntled from the fall of their yearly income.
Despite the economy going well, the drop in Civil Rights and Political Freedoms under the Sousa Perez administration caused her to lose the 2060 Presidential Election to Liberal Nominee named Ruben Fernandez-Casillas, with President Fernandez-Casillas winning 62% of the Vote. In a massive change to the country, President Fernandez-Casillas ended up abolishing the Royal Family, although granting them special protection from the public, which also guarenteed their descendants to be under special protection as well as they became regular citizens. He also enacted the HUEcare Act, giving Universal Healthcare to the entire populace, which was a first in the history of HUElavia. He also enacted some lowering of taxes, in an effort to continue growing the HUElavian Economy and giving incentives for Businesses to invest in the country.
The Geography of HUElavia is mainly filled with Rain Forests along the southern coast, with mountains and plains in the Northwest. In the Northwest, the largest mountain is located, Mt. Reus, which has an elevation of over 7,000 feet. The lowest point is a lake in the Juju Mountain, which is Lago Minera, which is -230 feet below sea level. The largest plain is the Jaguar Plains, which is 2,670 Km in diameter.
The climate is mainly hot year-round, with humidity and high temperature occurring in the southern parts of HUElavia due to the rain forests that are located in the region. Temperatures in the spring and summer range from 84-100 degrees Fahrenheit, while in the fall to winter, temperatures range from 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit.
HUElavia has the largest Biodiversity in the region, having over 20,000 plant species, 3,250 bird species, 720 mammal species, 540 reptilian species, and 348 amphibian species.
There is about 325,839,234 HUElavians living in HUElavia. A census is taken every ten years, which started in 1900. The birthrate is 150 per 1000, plus an immigration of 350 per 1000, making the growth rate of HUElavia at about 3.5% a year.
Due to the history of being split between Partaguese and Sapinish rule, Portuguese and Spanish are jointly the two original official languages of HUElavia. English became the third official language in 1964 when President Maria Santos Leite declared English an official language in order to expand business and international relations with other Nations. All of the population is able to speak fluently with two of the official languages, with the West speaking Portuguese-English, the East speaking Spanish-English. The middle of HUElavia is the only known region to be multilingual with all three languages. Galician is another major language mainly spoken in the middle of HUElavia due to the mix of Portuguese and Spanish words among the speakers in the area, which accounts for 30% of the population and serve as the lingua franca of the country. Russian, French and Vietnamese are common on the southeast coasts of HUElavia, while Italian is common on the Northwest region of HUElavia. Japanese and Chinese are almost exclusively found on the western parts of HUElavia.
Christianity is the official religion of HUElavia, having over 75% of the population (68% are Roman Catholics, 15% are Protestant, 10% are Orthodox, and 7% are other minor Christian sects) following the faith. 10% are Jewish, 5% are Muslim, 3% are Buddhist, 3% are Hindu, 1% is Other and 3% is Agnostic or Atheist.
In a ethnicity research done by the HUElavian Government in 2060, HUElavians are mainly 50% Mixed, 25% White, 15% Asian, 5% Native HUElavian (Hueti), 3% African, and 2% Other.
Metro area population
Costa da Mar
Rio de HUEska
Ar da Paz
The Government of HUElavia is a Social Democracy, where all Government Officials of all levels are voted in. HUElavians are encouraged to vote for Government Officials in Three levels: Local, State, National. There is an election every year for each position, where HUElavians vote on every first Monday in October.
Local Government: Decides the Fire and Police Department as well as Public Works for a town, protects Private property.
State Government: Decides the education, infrastructure, and taxation for the State
National Government: Decides Military Spending, Foreign Relations and Law passing in order to improve Social and Political freedoms.
The National Government is split into three branches: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial.
Executive: It is basically the President, has the power to call congress and the judicial court together, can sign or veto laws.
Legislative: Mainly is Congress, has the power to propose and make laws, declare war, and decide federal spending
Judicial: Falls under the Judicial Court, decides if laws made by Legislative branch and decisions made by the Executive Branch are constitutional, can challenge any unfair or unjust decisions made by the Executive or Legislative Branch.
HUElavia is mainly a neutral nation who has good Foreign Relations with most of the nations within the region and in the world. HUElavia is a World Assembly member, actively voting for progressive laws to be made. Its most notable relations with other nations has been with The Reverends where there is a similarity between the culture and rights between HUElavia and the two nations.
HUElavia is one of the most Pacifist nations in the World, meaning the Military is very, very small. Mainly comprised of 10,000 soldiers, HUElavia is mainly strong in the Air Force, with the HUElavian Air Force piloting Sukhoi-37s or F-22 Raptors. There is 3 Air Bases, 5 Army Bases, 2 Navy Bases, and 2 Marine Bases. Military Spending is usually at 0.05% annually.
Fiscal Year: January 1st - December 31st
GDP (nominal):2,491 Trillion Hueks
GDP (nominal) per capita: 275,193 Hueks
Labor Force: 268 Million
The HUElavian Economy is Capitalist Based with Socialist rules. The Economy is mainly compromised by the Tourism Industry, with a few contributions by the Information Sector, Book Publishing Industry, and Furniture Restoration Industry. The Government makes 42.3% of the Economy, and State Industries make up 57.7%.
Tourism is found in every city, where nature tours or walks are done daily towards many of HUElavia's natural locations in the Rain Forests, Mountains, and Coasts. Information Industry is mainly made up of the creation of Video Games, Self-Driving Vehicles, Computers and Technological Innovations. Book Publishing is high among the Capital City of Curumba and coastal cities, especially in the South of HUElavia. Furniture Restoration also make a considerable contribution since the country discourages taking down trees to make furniture.
The Culture of HUElavia is a very mixed one due to the history of being shared by two nations and a liberal immigration policy. The main Culture is shown by Partaguese and Sapinish styles found almost anywhere in the nation, but there is a considerable influence of Argentine, Cuban, and Galician culture. Asian and Slavic cultures are found in the west of HUElavia, while French, Italian, and German are found in the east of HUElavia. The people of HUElavia are very goal and family oriented, inclusive, educated, intelligent, individualistic, and hardworking. All HUElavians are encouraged from a young age to study and to ask questions about and explore the world as they please.
The food is very tropical, consisting of Rice, Beans, Banana, Plantains, Mangoes, Ham, Chicken and Beef. Drinks are also popular, where Tropical Shakes and Milkshakes are popular, along with Malt, Fruit Punch, and Non-alcoholic Coladas following along. There is a few variants in food and drinks based on region and the culture found there. In places where cultures mix, there is always a restaurant that serves mixes of foods.
Football and Futsal are the most popular sports in HUElavia, where every large city has a major Football and Futsal team. The Men's National Team got third place in a friendly cup called the Unity Cup when they hosted, and are becoming a growing force in World Cup qualifiers, despite not qualifying before. HUElavia has won two NS Futsal World Cup titles, and are the current reigning champions and have hosted a Futsal World Cup before. Basketball, Handball, and American Football are also popular in the nation. Volleyball is popular mainly in the South, while the North plays field hockey. HUElavia spends about 40 Billion Hueks a year to renovate and build sporting stadiums.
HUElavia's infrastructure is very advanced in regards to the year, having Self-Driving Vehicles. People either use Self-Driving Vehicles or Trains to get to their desired destination, which results in a cleaner environment due to environmental regulations placed on Vehicles. Airplanes are also popular in the nation, having two major airlines: HUElavian Airlines and HUElavian Jaguar.
Energy is mainly eco-friendly, receiving power from Wind in the North and Solar in the South. Hydro-Electric is also popular among bodies of water throughout HUElavia. HUElavia only uses less than 10% of their Oil and Gasoline in order to power some old vehicles. HUElavia has reserves of Uranium and Plutonium, but passed a law in 2015 that banned the mining of any Nuclear or Ground Energy Sources in order to prevent any deforestation or pollution of the Nation's Natural Areas.