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Note: There are nine territorial entities which, while included in the Wagain Empire, are not formally recognized in EOA regional canon. As such, they may appear as Wagain on this map but be subject to different ownership on regional maps. Excepting intra-regional affairs, these territories should be regarded as full IC components of Wagondia. They are French Polynesia, The Federated States of Micronesia, New Caledonia, The Marshall Islands, The Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, the Argentine portion of Tierra del Fuego, Turks & Caicos, and the US Virgin Islands.

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The Empire of Wagondia is a federal constitutional monarchy consisting of 37 provinces, 12 territories, and a federal district encompassing the capital, Santa Catalina. Thirty of the provinces, as well as the federal district, are located in Latin America (though not all of them speak a romance, or 'latin' language), which is commonly considered to be the Wagain heartland. Outlying territory can be broadly organized into Wagain Africa, centered on Angola, and Wagain Asia, centered on the Philippines. Further lands of Wagondia are scattered throughout the Pacific Ocean, as well as the Indian subcontinent. The combined population of all provinces, districts, and territories in Wagondia is around 805,000,000.

Federalism is one of the core constitutional principles of Wagondia. While some policy areas, such as foreign affairs and defense, are the exclusive responsibility of the central government, other topics like education and transport fall under shared jurisdiction. The provinces retain residual authority in all areas not constitutionally delegated to the central government. Accordingly, every province has its own subordinate constitution and government, consisting of an executive, legislative, and judicial branch. All provinces are represented in the Wagain Parliament, a bicameral legislature consisting of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies. Each province is mandated at least three senators, while representatives are distributed among the provinces according to their population in the most recent decennial census.

No.

Name

Post Code

Capital

Largest City

Population

Governor

Chief Language(s)

1

Angola

ANG

Luanda

Luanda

33,358,275

Emerson Yekenha (AAC)

Portuguese, Umbundu

2

Argentina

ARG

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

45,388,697

Isabella Gibran (PWT)

Spanish

3

Bahamas

BAH

Nassau

Nassau

394,992

Pelham Anderson (PB)

English

4

Barbados

BRB

Bridgetown

Bridgetown

287,537

Cornell McGinlay (AAC)

English

5

Belize

BLZ

Belmopan

Belize City

401,030

Woodrow West (PB)

English

6

Bolivia

BOL

La Paz

Santa Cruz

11,747,593

Inti Pachakuti (LPH)

Spanish, Quechua, Aymara

7

Brazil

BRA

Brasília

São Paulo

213,260,100

Anita Rogenmoser (PWT)

Portuguese

8

Cayenne

CAY

Cayenne

Cayenne

302,377

Roosevelt Lindor (PB)

French

9

Chile

CHI

Santiago

Santiago

19,192,464

Victoria Hellwig (PB)

Spanish

10

Colombia

COL

Bogotá

Bogotá

51,135,704

Ticiano Bordaberry (PB)

Spanish

11

Costa Rica

CRI

San José

San José

5,115,747

Carolina Guasch (PWT)

Spanish

12

Cuba

CUB

Havana

Havana

11,323,448

Kenia Arozarena (PWT)

Spanish

13

Dominican Hispaniola

DOM

Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo

10,898,551

Cuco Méndez (LPH)

Spanish

14

Ecuador

ECU

Quito

Guayaquil

17,768,811

Benito Ascázubi (PWT)

Spanish

15

El Salvador

SLV

San Salvador

San Salvador

6,501,328

Alwar Santana (PB)

Spanish

16

Equatorial Guinea

EQG

Oyala

Bata

1,425,228

Arquimedes Nchama (PWT)

Spanish, Fang

17

Goa

GOA

Pangim

Vasco da Gama

1,586,250

Pavani Pinto (PB)

Portuguese, Konkani

18

Guadeloupe

GLP

Basse-Terre

Les Abymes

400,155

Antoinette Wahl (PWT)

French

19

Guatemala

GTM

Guatemala City

Guatemala City

18,071,872

Maynard Portillo (PB)

Spanish

20

Guyana

GUY

Georgetown

Georgetown

788,306

Omala Wadhwani (PWT)

English

21

Haiti

HAI

Port-au-Prince

Port-au-Prince

11,467,464

Hamza Coutant (AAC)

French

22

Honduras

HON

Tegucigalpa

Tegucigalpa

9,978,611

Jaden Parra (PB)

Spanish

23

Jamaica

JAM

Kingston

Kingston

2,967,134

Sarah Hopegood (PB)

English

24

Martinique

MTQ

Fort-de-France

Fort-de-France

375,132

Peterson Jeudy (Apr)

French

25

Mexico

MEX

Mexico City

Mexico City

129,563,905

Juan Garzoria (PWT)

Spanish

26

New Caledonia

NCL

Nouméa

Nouméa

286,775

Pierre-Chanel Tuyet (Apr)

French

27

Nicaragua

NIC

Managua

Managua

6,661,355

Claudio Zuno (LPH)

Spanish

28

Panama

PAN

Panama City

Panama City

4,346,668

Hilda Somarriba (PB)

Spanish

29

Paraguay

PAR

Asunción

Asunción

7,173,486

Ruslán Winter (PB)

Spanish, Guaraní

30

Peru

PER

Lima

Lima

33,187,044

Mackenna Moreno (PB)

Spanish, Quechua

31

Philippines

PHI

Manila

Manila

110,263,469

Wildemar Crisostomo (PWT)

Spanish, Tagalog

32

São Tomé & Príncipe

STP

São Tomé

São Tomé

221,080

Isménia Robin (PWT)

Portuguese

33

Suriname

SUR

Paramaribo

Paramaribo

589,076

Demy Spierenburg (Apr)

Dutch

34

Trinidad & Tobago

TRI

Port of Spain

San Fernando

1,401,577

Azelice Brattle (AAC)

English

35

Uruguay

URU

Montevideo

Montevideo

3,479,282

Annunziata Spata (LPH)

Spanish

36

Venezuela

VEN

Caracas

Caracas

32,219,521

Asier Monagas (PB)

Spanish

37

Wagain Polynesia

WPO

Papeete

Faa'a

281,659

Avery Pennequin (PB)

French, Tahitian

Territories are sub-national administrative divisions overseen by the Wagain government. All of the twelve permanently inhabited territories are internally self-governing, with the central government retaining responsibility for defense and foreign relations. They all recognize the Wagain monarch as head of state.

According to the Wagain Constitution, Parliament exercises additional jurisdiction over a federal district, which, though surrounded by Brazil, is not part of any province. The district's economic, cultural, and political life is centered on the city of Santa Catalina, though it also incorporates a number of suburban communities. While Parliament retains the right to review and overturn laws created within the district, a significant degree of autonomy is afforded to local municipal authorities. The district is entitled to voting representation in both chambers of Parliament, making it the only non-province to elect Senators.

No.

Name

Post Code

Capital

Largest City

Population

Governor

Chief Language(s)

A

Aruba

ARU

Oranjestad

Oranjestad

106,978

Tracey Hasselbaink (PWT)

Dutch, Papiamento

B

Bonaire

BON

Kralendijk

Kralendijk

20,915

Mariet Ebersole (PB)

Dutch, Papiamento

C

Curaçao

CUR

Willemstad

Willemstad

164,406

Humphrey Turck (PB)

Dutch, Papiamento

D

Distrito Federal

DFL

Santa Catalina

Santa Catalina

9,637,994

N/A

Portuguese

E

Falkland Islands

FLK

Stanley

Stanley

3,529

John Honeyford (PB)

English, Spanish

F

Guam

GUM

Hagåtña

Dededo

169,471

Teresita Calvo (PWT)

English, Chamorro

G

Macau

MAC

Macau

Macau

653,525

Hu Danya (PB)

Portuguese, Chinese, Cantonese

H

Northern Mariana Islands

NMI

Saipan

Saipan

57,720

Roman Perdido (PB)

English, Chamorro

I

Palau

PAL

Ngerulmud

Koror

18,134

Takeo Canseco (PB)

English, Palauan

J

Rapa Nui

RNU

Hanga Roa

Hanga Roa

7,750

Martín Tagawa (Apr)

Spanish, Rapa Nui

K

Turks & Caicos Islands

TCA

Cockburn Town

Providenciales

38,965

Hezekiah Cole (AAC)

English, Spanish

L

Wagain Micronesia

WMI

Palikir

Majuro

174,968

David Gilmoon (CVA)

English, Chuukese, Marshallese

M

Wagain Virgin Islands

WVI

Charlotte Amalie

Charlotte Amalie

104,354

Frazer Rampling (PWT)

English, Spanish

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