Motto: Three is greater than one
Population: 182 million
- Density: 292.91 per km²/758.62 per mile²
Largest City: London
Official Language: English
National Language: English, Czech, Filipino
Demonym: Czechlipino (noun)/Czechippine (adjective)
- President: A.G
- Vice Presidents: A.H, D.A
- Upper House: House of Lords
- Lower House: House of Commons
Establishment: from United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Philippines
Independence: 24th January 2017
Land Area: 621,361 km²/239,908.8 mile²
Water %: 3.95
Highest Point: Mount Apo: 2954 m/9,692 ft
Lowest Point: The Fens: −4 m/−13 ft
GDP (nominal): £165 trillion
GDP (nominal) per capita: £140,934
Human Development Index (NS Version): 90.53
Time Zone: UTC to +8UTC
Drives on the: left
The Federation of The United Czechippines
The Federation of The United Czechippines, commonly called The United Czechippines, is a federation in West and Central Europe and Southeast Asia. The United Czechippines covers 621,361 square kilometers and has has an estimated population of 650 million. The United Czechippines comprises of 3 constituent countries, split into 55, 14 and 18 subdivisions respectively. The Federation of The United Czechippines was formed on the 24th of January, 2017, after a pact was formed between the leaders of its constituent countries, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic and the Philippines.
The Federation of The United Czechippines' name is formed from different parts for the countries that were combined to form it, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic and the Philippines. The standard way to refer to a citizen of The United Czechippines is as a "Czechlipino" or a "Czechippine".
The ground work for the formation of The Federation of The United Czechippines was laid in late January 2017 when the leader of the United Kingdom, A.G, reached out to the leaders of the Czech Republic and the Philippines, A.H and D.A respectively, and proposed the creation of a new nations comprised of their countries in an attempt to mutually benefit their citizens.
Altogether, the lands the make up The United Czechippines have an area of 621,361 km² or 239,908.8 mile². Due to The United Czechippines' unique nature of being made up of 3 totally different countries, its geography varies a fair amount between them.
The United Kingdom is the most westerly, and occupies the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern one-sixth of the island of Ireland and some smaller surrounding islands. The south east is mostly lowlands, the wast is more hilly, and the centre and northern parts are mostly mountainous.
Ben Nevis, in Scotland, is the highest point in the British Isles
The Czech Republic is the central part of The United Czechippines, and, though landlocked, has a varied landscape with hills in the east and rolling plains and low mountains in the west, and also contains several river basins and national parks.
The Philippines, although it is the farthest away part of the United Czechippines, shares the nation's mountainous aspect, but is unique in that its thousands of islands are covered in tropical rainforest and volcanic in origin, as it is situated on the western fringes of the Pacific Ring of Fire.
The climate of The United Czechippines is much more drastically different between its constituent countries.
The United Kingdom has a temperate climate, with plentiful rainfall all year round. Although it is located very northerly in the world, the temperature seldom drops below −11 °C (12 °F) due to warming by the Gulf Stream.
The Czech Republic also has a temperate climate, but its difference in temperatures between summer and winter is much higher due to it being landlocked, and additionally the distribution of its mountains increases the variation.
The Philippines has a tropical climate due to its proximity to the equator, and temperatures at sea level tend to be in the same range in the whole country. Additionally, most of its islands experience annual torrential rains, thunderstorms and typhoons from July to October.
The United Kingdom has a few issues with its environment, one of the main ones being that England is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, and this coupled with a climate change is likely to put extreme pressure on the United Kingdom's water resources.
The Czech Republic, on the other hand, is a very environmentally conscious country, and contains four National Parks and 25 Protected Landscape Areas despite its small size.
An European eagle-owl (Bubo bubo), a protected predator.
The Philippines' is somewhere in-between, as while it is one of the ten most biologically megadiverse countries due to its rainforests and extensive coastlines which it home to a diverse range of birds, plants, animals, and sea creatures, deforestation is a severe problem there, and it faces a catastrophic extinction rate of 20% by the end of the century.
A Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta), one of the smallest primates.
The United Czechippines has the 8th largest population in the world at 182 million. Like with geography, the ethnicities of The United Czechippines' people varies between the constituent countries.
Historically, indigenous British people were thought to be descended from the various ethnic groups that settled there before the 11th century, while more recently there has been substantial diversification of the immigrant population. In 2011, 87.2% of the UK population identified themselves as white, meaning 12.8% of the UK population identify themselves as of one of a number of ethnic minority groups.
According to preliminary results of the 2011 census, the majority of the inhabitants of the Czech Republic are Czechs (63.7%), followed by Moravians (4.9%), Slovaks (1.4%), Poles (0.4%), Germans (0.2%) and Silesians (0.1%), however as 'nationality' was an optional item, a substantial number of people left this field blank (26.0%). Additionally according to the Czech Statistical Office there were 437,581 foreigners residing in the country in September 2013, with some of the largest groups being Ukrainian (106,714), Slovak (89,273), Vietnamese (61,102), Russian (32,828), Polish (19,378) and German (18,099).
According to the 2000 census, 28.1% of Filipinos are Tagalog, 13.1% Cebuano, 9% Ilocano, 7.6% Visayans/Bisaya (excluding Cebuano, Hiligaynon and Waray), 7.5% Hiligaynon, 6% Bikol, 3.4% Waray, and 25.3% as "others", which can be broken down further to yield more distinct non-tribal groups and indigenous peoples.
English is the official language of The United Czechippines, but Czech and Filipino are also recognised as national languages. Approximately 32% of the population speaks English as a first language, with another 30% speaking Filipino and 6% Cezch.
The United Czechippines has no official religion, but in general Christianity is dominant in the east and west, with the main denominations being Roman Catholic and Anglicanism respectively, while the centre is mostly undeclared or irreligious.
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Prague, the Capital City
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