Os Estados Unidos da HUElávia
Los Estados Unidos de HUElavia
Motto: For God, For Glory, For Liberty, For The People
(Portuguese: Por Deus, Pela Glória, Pela Liberdade, Pelo Povo)
(Spanish: Por Dios, Para La Gloria, Para La Libertad, Para La Gente)
Population:573,896,907 (2080 Census)
Largest City: Curumba
Official Language: Portuguese, Spanish, and English
National Language: Portuguese, Spanish, English, Galician
- President: Adriano Coimbra
- Vice President: Antonio Jesus Sevilla
- Speaker of the House: Cirino Di Fonzo
- Chief Justice: Junpei Watanabe
-Upper House: House of the HUElavian Congress
-Lower House: House of the HUElavian Senate
Establishment: October 7th, 1897
Independence: June 4th, 1897 (From Portuzia and Astellia)
Land Area: 3,181,000 mile²
Water Area: km²
Highest Point: Mt. Reus (8,741 ft)
Lowest Point: Jaguar Bay (-3,117 ft)
GDP (nominal):2,923 Trillion Hueks (As of February 2070)
GDP (nominal) per capita: 295,176 Hueks (As of February 2070)
Human Development Index (NS Version): 98.45
Time Zone: UTC -4 to -7
Drives on the:Right
The United States Of HUElavia, commonly called HUElavia, is a country in The South Pacific. HUElavia covers 3.2 Million square kilometers and has has an estimated population of 538 Million. HUElavia comprises of 40 States.
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 that arrived to the HUElavian continent around 890 BCE by boats, where they hunted food in the nearby jungles. The Hueti mainly moved across the country through small boats, and then picking them up to move around the continent. Due to the constant moving around rivers, most communities were set up around bodies of water. HUElavia was discovered by the Old World by Fernando Silva Leite Roys in 1689 after searching for new lands for Portuzia, setting up a trading port in modern day Sao Salvador. 30 years later, in 1719, Astellian conquerors came to the southeast of HUElavia looking for riches and also colonized the land. In 1750, Portuzian and Astellian explorers wanted to gain territory for themselves and caused a series of battles known as The Continental War, which was particularly violent and bloody with thousands dying, especially of the Hueti people that were enlisted to fight by both sides, lasting for well over 15 years of taking lands back and fourth until a ceasefire and treaty was made and the cultural borders were set in 1765. From this, 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. Both of these colonies had Dukes ruling their areas, with Duke Joao Rodrigues-Rocha leading West HUElavia and Duke Manuel Gomez Lopez leading East HUElavia as the first Dukes. Dukes led these regions until May 1st, 1892, where people from both regions revolted against the Dukes, and setting off The HUElavian Independence War, lasting over 5 years. Jointly on June 4th, 1897, both regions jointly declared independence from Portuzia and Astellia respectively, where they merged a few months later on October 7th, 1897 to become The Democracy of HUElavia.
The newly formed nation had it's first election in 1900, where the Liberal candidate Jose Rodriguez-Leite was elected the first president of HUElavia over Conservative candidate Manuel Gomes-Isecson. In the first few months HUElavia had a weak economy, but rose a little after it began trading its native crops, such as Plantain, Banana, Yuca, and Potatoes. The local governments encouraged immigrants to arrive to the country, where then immigrants from around the world from all continents, all came during the first few years looking for work and a new place to live. 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, which made the economy have a very large rise. The early 1950s saw some civil rights issues occur thanks to the policies done by Conservative President Rodrigo Esposito Rocha, who wanted to continue some feudalism in the country as reminiscent of the colonial days but was ousted in the 1956 election with the election win of Liberal President Manuel Leite Reyes, who helped the country. He declared investment in Science, Technology, Healthcare, and Education in order to improve the country in 1955, which led to a strong rise in the economy. Eventually, President Leite Reyes narrowly lost the 1960 election to Conservative leader Antonio Murillo-Sanchez, who continued to improve the economy but added socially conservative laws into HUElavian society, which did cause some segregation in more conservative and rural areas of the country.
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 in 1964 as newly elected President Maria Santos Leite from the Liberal Party, 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 1976. 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. President Santos Leite also signed civil rights acts to improve the social status of minorities in HUElavia, which was viewed as great for the country.
After Leite's term, a new president was elected in 1976, Liberal Candidate 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 many immigrants from all over, into the nation. He also helped fund the start of research for clean vehicles in the country. Not to mention, President Lima de Reus also brought forward some higher tax rates in order to fund more programs in the country.
The 1980s saw President Lima de Reus win reelection by a 2 to 1 margin vote, and he did continue to fund the growth of technology and computers in the country. Although, in 1984, Conservative Mateo Fernandez-Herrera won the election over Liberal Candidate Ignacio Abreu-Neves by a small margin, and put forward more socially conservative laws, including a landmark decision that banned divorce in the country, which was a shock to the international community. To add on, religion was given a more central role in the country, where laws were passed in different states that were heavily influenced by religious scripture.
While President Fernandez-Herrera did narrowly win reelection in 1988 and continue to pass conservative laws and improve the economy with the rise of tourism, 1992 saw HUElavians tired of the countless laws that would push their personal rights, and Liberal Candidate Antonio Gomez-Reyes win the election by a margin of 4 to 1 over Conservative Candidate Francisco Zubizarreta. His election marked massive growth in the economy once again, with increases in tourism, technology, educational materials, and books, as well as revamping the infrastructure and public transportation in the country. Although this came at the expense of rising taxes in order to fund the projects. Most notably, the government did a landmark decision where abortion was legalized in 1994, along with funding for proper sex education in youth and proliferation of contraceptives. This decision was massively supported in the cities while the rural areas did not approve, but it was there to stay. Not to mention, there was now more imports from different countries while HUElavia exported crops and technologies in the country, especially with the start of the internet age. President Gomez-Reyes won reelection in 1996 with ease and continued to make more socially liberal laws while continuing growth in the economy.
The 2000 Election saw Conservative Thomas Chyrinski, a first generation Rus-HUElavian, win the election over Liberal Omar Cochet with 60% of the Popular Vote. Presidnt Chyrinski mainly built up the military and gave more religious freedom preference to Christians, while at the expense of other faiths. Despite all this, HUElavia was stable until a group of Hueti in Northern HUElavia wanted to form their own nation, to which President Chyrinski would send the military and police to the north in what would be a series of violent and brutal crackdowns on this movement, gaining the name "The Difficulties". This crackdown caused a political turmoil within the government on his decision, where millions of HUElavians staged rallies and protests in disapproval of the violence committed by the government. Nevertheless, he stayed in office but lost the 2008 election massively, where Liberal Gisele Hernandez Garcia became the second female president in a 85% to 15% of the vote. She helped enact acts to rebuild the northern native communities and giving reparations to those affected by the crackdown, as well as improvements on the healthcare system to help those affected. She also ended up reducing the budget of both the military and law enforcement due to their involvement in the tragedy.
In 2027, a terrorist attack was done in the capital city of Curumba, where a radical group known as NHF (National HUElavian Front) bombed a local courthouse, which killed 60 people. President Michel dos Santos, part of the Centrist Party, responded terribly to the attack, doing very little to catch the perpetrators and bring them to justice, which resulted in outrage in the country and his resignation and exile. A new election was held in 2028, and Liberal candidate 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 Conservative, surprisingly won the election by a small margin of over 100,000 votes over the Liberal nominee Isabella Ramirez Nakayama in 2036. President Suarez-Sanchez had a very short-lived presidency after making decisions that infringed on the rights of civilians, as well as had caused some rises in corruption in the country. He was known to put more funding into the police force, as well as try to add more surveillance towards the civilians. He attempted to win his renomination in the Primaries but lost to candidate Mateo Rocha in 2040.
Isabella Ramirez Nakayama ran for the presidency again in 2040 and won the election by a margin of 75% of the vote over Mateo Rocha in the general election. President Ramirez Nakayama 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 to 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 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 Liberal 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. President Villa Santos mainly did improvements to the education system, as well as increase funding towards the Computer and Technology Industries. He is also credited to have moved the IT industry to Sega in the west of HUElavia.
After 8 years in the presidency, the 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 20 years. 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. Although, this change caused a massive drop in employment, with employment levels going down from 95% employment to 35% in a matter of days.
Despite the economy going well, the drop in Civil Rights and Political Freedoms, as well as the lack of jobs for the unemployed 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 guaranteed 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. Not to mention, he was also credited towards giving robots with sentient A.I. citizenship and rights to vote, which was a landmark law that was viewed widely positive. The most notable act done by President Fernandez-Casillas was enacting the A.I. economy to run again, which caused the Employment to jump up to 96%, a record high. While this may have changed the economy to "Socialist" from Capitalist, it was met with positive reactions from the general public, as many once again were able to get jobs.
After the 2068 election, there was a massive surprise with the election as The Conservatives making a surprise gain in votes and the election was tightly contested between Liberal Candidate Angelica Bautista-Saito and Marisol Torres-Mendoza, both of Pinay origin. The election was decided by 500 votes going towards Torres-Mendoza, who won all the Protestant areas, as well as some eastern cities, as well as a surprisingly big amount of the Catholic vote, while Bautista-Saito won mainly the west. Thus, this is the tightest finish in an election in HUElavian history. President Torres Mendoza as President mainly passed socially conservative laws, especially with laws causing drops in civil rights, and causing a rise in authoritarianism and social conservatism, such as putting restrictions as to where nudity was allowed, making sex education optional instead of mandatory, and making laws be passed based on how it corresponds to religious doctrine. From the change of sex education being optional, there was a massive rise in teenage pregnancies, with 20% of adolescent females being pregnant, which caused the policy to be viewed negatively. President Torres-Mendoza also became unpopular out of giving heavy restrictions towards the voting rights of A.I. Humans.
In the 2072 election, President Torres Mendoza faced off against Liberal Candidate Rodrigo Freitas-Matos from Sao Salvador, and the votes finished very close, with Freitas-Matos winning the election with 51% of the vote to Torres Mendoza's 49%. President Freitas-Matos began his efforts towards improving the image of the country, once again restoring total voting rights to A.I. citizens, as well as making sex education mandatory and with scientific facts instead of optional and filled with opinions. This change did cause a massive drop in teenage pregnancy, dropping from 20% to 4% in a matter of months. Adding on, unemployment rates went down to 2.77%, a historical low, and there was growth in cities across the country with new jobs being done for technology and the environment. There was also more mutual support from other countries due to good relations with the International Community, which served as a positive look to HUElavia. The 2076 election arrived and President Rodrigo Freitas-Matos won reelection with over 70% of the vote over Conservative Candidate Raul Ocampo. He began making efforts to bring more economic freedom within the AI System through cutting taxes and allowing people to keep some of their earned money to themselves, instead of fully taxing them. He also made efforts to fund commercialized spaceships for people to freely use by the people, giving less way for cars to be used in the nation. Adding on, the wars in East and West Jeong, along with civil unrest in Breitzen, gave way for quite a few refugees to immigrate to southern HUElavia, and allowed them to have a city and region to themselves. Although, a landmark decision that occurred was in January 2079, where President Freitas-Matos allowed the use of swear words to be freely used in dictionaries, which expanded the civil rights and lowered social conservatism so large enough, that the nation became legally known as an Anarchy, a first in HUElavian history. As a result, this caused a split of power between conservative and liberal states, deciding whether to clamp down on civil rights or let people live freely as they choose.
The 2080 election ended up being a tight one, as 571 votes allowed Liberal candidate Adriano Coimbra Raul Rabellini-Ruiz to win the Presidential election over Conservative Candidate Raul Rabellini-Ruiz in what was considered a near massive upset in reaction to what was seen as a reaction to the anarchy that spawned in the country. This was the 2nd closest margin of victory by a Presidential candidate, as President Coimbra began to get approval from the other chambers to start easing the chaos of the country in order to maintain order. A major law passed was to change the languages a bit to make it easier for foreigners to learn, which was viewed widely negative by linguists and the general populace, where they wanted to keep their own kind of HUElavian dialect of English, Portuguese and Spanish.
The Geography of HUElavia is mainly filled with Tropical Seasonal Forests and Tropical Rain Forests around the country, with mountains in the east, central and west of the country. In the southeast, the largest mountain is located, Mt. Reus, which has an elevation of 8,741 feet. The lowest point is Jaguar Bay, which is -3,117 feet below sea level.
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 573,896,907 HUElavians living in HUElavia. A census is taken every ten years, which started in 1900. The birthrate is 150 per 1000, plus immigration of 445 per 1000, making the growth rate of HUElavia at about 4.5% a year.
Due to the history of being split between Portuzian and Aestilian 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 the 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 serves as the lingua franca of the country. Russian and French are common on the southeast coasts of HUElavia, while Italian is common in the Northwest region of HUElavia. Japanese and Chinese are almost exclusively found in the western parts of HUElavia, while Tagalog and Vietnamese are in the Northeast of HUElavia. Basque is entirely localized to the far East of the country.
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 ethnicity research done by the HUElavian Government in 2075, HUElavians are mainly 50% Mixed, 36% White, 5% Asian , 5% Native HUElavian (Hueti), 4% African, and 1% Other.
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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: Known as the President, has the power to call congress and the judicial court together, can sign or veto laws.
Legislative: Known as 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.
Rank: 341st (out of 261,153), 7th (out of 16,423)
Fiscal Year: January 1st - December 31st
GDP (nominal):3,342 Trillion Hueks
GDP (nominal) per capita: 314,273 Hueks
Labor Force: 485 Million
The HUElavian Economy is a Mixed Economy that is considered "Socialist" due to the A.I. Planning system in place, but it still gathers revenue from Capitalist practices that is subsidized by the government. The Economy is mainly compromised by the Tourism Industry, with notable contributions by the Information Sector, Book Publishing Industry, and Retail Industry. The Government makes 32.1% of the Economy, and State Industries make up 67.1%.
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. Retail is very popular all around the country, and with large shopping malls found in every major city in each state.
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 mainly Portuguese and Spanish, with its influences found almost anywhere in the nation, but there is a considerable influence of from other areas of the world. Franc and Rus are found in the Southeast, Eskadi in the Far East, and Tallian in the Northwest. Among Asiatic cultures, Yamoto is found in the Northwest, Guang Tzu in the Southwest, Pinoy in the Northeast and Cog in the North. African culture is also found, with Ibo in the Northwest, and Tanden in the Northeast of the country. The native culture of HUElavia is found mainly in the north with some specks of it in the south. 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.
HUElavian cuisine has several varieties and influences due to the mixing of the different cultures that have immigrated throughout the country's history. For the most part, HUElavian dishes tend to have a lot of rice, beans, meats or fish, vegetables and fruits as part of the meal. Widespread throughout the country from the Portuzian and Astellian roots, some of the most popular dishes in the country includes the following: Carne de porco à alentejana (Pork with Clams), Arroz Isleño (Rice with eggs and a fried plantain), Empanadas (can be with meats or sweets), Sopa de Pollo (Chicken Soup with Vegetables and a lime), Gazpacho, Caldo Gallego, and Dobradinha (cow's flat white stomach lining with spices and sauce), and Cozido (a popular stew). Steaks are very popular, especially in the more inland states of the country. Pasta is also very popular around HUElavia, especially in the Northwest where those of Talian origin live at. Yamoto, Guang Tzu, Cog, and Pinoy dishes are also spread out and popular in the country, as well as Arabic and African food being popular in the north.
The Literature of HUElavia is massively important, considering that Book Publishing is one of the major industries of the country. Literature has mainly been influenced by Portuzian and Astellian writers, writing about the people of the country, natives and immigrants alike, the environment, and major historical events. Modern-day literature tends to focus still on daily life, but also on the wonders of the world, and of Space.
Music in HUElavia is mainly a mix of Portuzian and Astellian music, with a heavy emphasis on the use of guitars. Although, there is some Asiatic influence, thanks to the millions of Asiatic immigrants to the country. There is also some Slavic, French, and Italian influences on music in the country. HUElavian Rock, Pop, Electronica, and Jazz are the main genres of music, but there are regional influences on the music played throughout the country.
HUElavian Cinema is one of the things HUElavia has pride in, thanks to the beautiful settings the movies take place in, and the high amount of quality and detail that goes into the films. The most popular genres of film include Comedy, Action, Science Fiction, Animation, Romance, Horror and History. Films tend to get dubbed in different languages, in order to cater to the different ethnic groups in HUElavia, as well as foreign films being popular in the country. Film Festivals tend to be held in several cities, with the main Festivals being at Curumba, Sao Salvador, San Rafael, Lourdes, Takoroyama, and Canternico.
HUElavian Television is another piece of entertainment that is highly loved and supported by HUElavians. Due to the beautiful environment and the diversity of HUElavians, many shows get filmed in HUElavia. Among HUElavians, Comedy, Science Fiction, Action and Animated shows are the most popular genres of TV. Many TV Shows get at least 25% of households with TVs watching each episode. HUETV is the main cable provider of the country.
In Sports, Football and Futsal are the most popular sports in HUElavia, where many cities have a major Football and Futsal team. The National Football 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, having made a Group Stage appearance in World Cup 84, and finishing as Runner-Up twice in the Independent Associations Championship. HUElavia has won two NS Futsal World Cup titles, and have hosted a Futsal World Cup before. Ice Hockey is a growing sport of interest in arenas around the country, as well as Field Hockey has grown among more affluent areas. American Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, and Lacrosse also have small but sizable followings among HUElavians. HUElavia spends about 40 Billion Hueks a year to renovate and build sporting venues.
HUElavia's infrastructure is highly advanced thanks to the constant investment by the government to increase in scientific research and technology advancements. Research is commonly done in laboratories or public universities, with funding coming from various government agencies. HUElavia also has a Space Agency, known as the HUElavia Space Agency, which dedicates to space travel and learning about Space.
Transport in HUElavia is mainly done by trains, vehicles, ships, and airplanes. Public transportation is one of the best in the multiverse (Top 2%), with many HUElavians taking public transportation daily, mainly being monorails or buses, to the locations they need to go. Roads and railways have been constructed since the early 1900s, and every few years, all roads tend to be renovated. Due to a lack of an automobile industry, most vehicles owned by people tend to be foreign. Airplanes are popular in the country, and there is over 1,500 airports around the country for flights, with each city having at least one airport.
HUElavian Healthcare is regarded as one of the best healthcare systems in the multiverse, being among the Top 1% of nations. Originally, the healthcare was Private for several decades, but still offered very high quality treatment for patients. HUElavia did not have Universal Healthcare until 2061, when the HUEcare Act was approved and signed into law, giving healthcare to HUElavians and visitors. Due to the scientific and technological advances of the country, the treatment options are state-of-the-art and improving constantly. 12% of the national budget goes into Healthcare. Curumba, Sega, and Puerto Santiago are major centers of Healthcare in the country. There are 2.7 Hospitals and 3.8 doctors per 1,000 people in HUElavia.
HUElavian Education is one of the best in the multiverse, being in the Top 1%. Education takes the most out of the national budget with 21.2%, with Public Education being over 80% of schools in the country. K-12 Education is mandatory, and 90% of High School graduates attend University. From this, over 99.5% of HUElavians are literate. The norm in Universities is for students to get at least a Major AND a Minor in their education. There are Private Universities that exist as well, but this tends to have students from very wealthy families that enroll in these institutions. The best Univerisites of HUElavia are the following: Curumba International University, Sega University, University of HUEsilia, University of San Rafael, University of Sao Salvador, University of Lourdes, and Bello Mar University. The most popular majors in the country are the following: Computer Science, Medicine, Psychology, Biology, Marine Biology, Engineering, Business, International Relations, Law, and Sports Management.
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. This has been expanded to different minerals found over the years in attempts to make HUElavia a fully green nation.
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