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General Information of The Constitutional Sultanate of Yuwa

The Constitutional Sultanate of Yuwa

Coat of Arms

Unity in Solidarity

National Information


30th July 1477



Land Area:

1,365,783 kmē

Capital City:

Krawa City




Ram (Rm)

Government Information

Government Type:

Constitutional Sultanate

Head of State:

Sultan Yuwa Zara

Head of Government:

Sultan Yuwa Zara


The Parliament

Heir Apparent

Fathusa Mahas

Crown Prince

Ahmati Badri
Toradiya Zara

Other Information


23.4 Trillion Rm

GDP per capita:

96,491 Rm

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The Constitutional Sultanate of Yuwa

The Constitutional Sultanate of Yuwa, which commonly referred as Yura (by the common people) or Yuwa, is a Constitutional Sultanate located in the vicinity of the 10000 Islands region. The two different ways of referring this nation are used interchangeably in many aspects and situations. Sometimes, to avoid confusion, the term "the Sultanate" is often used. It has a population of 242 million Yurans, with a total GDP of 23.4 trillion Rams, which means that GDP per capita of every Yuran almost reaches 100,000 Rams. The Sultanate of Yuwa consists of 20 provinces, 196 cities, and 214 regencies in total. The Sultanate has one special administrative city and one special province, which is respectively Krawa City and Greater Krawa Province. Krawa City serves as the capital city of the Sultanate, which holds The Sultan's Palace, Headquarter of The Parliament, Court of The Council of Judges, every national Headquarter of the Sultanate's ministries, and foreign nation's embassy in the Sultanate.

The Sultanate is ruled by the House of Yuwa, which is headed by the current Sultan, Sultan Yuwa Zara. He also serves as the Head of State as well as Head of Government of the Sultanate. He holds the highest position in the entire government structure of the Sultanate. He works with the ministries and coordinating ministries to formulate and implement national policies, which previously received the agreement from the Parliament. The Sultan, coordinating ministries, ministries, and special staff of the Sultan are the part of the Executive branch of the national government. The Parliament and The Council of Judges serve as the Legislative and Judiciary branch of the national government.

The people of the Sultanate (refers to as Yuran) has a distinct characteristic that emerges due to intermarriage and assimilation between different ethnicities that last for centuries. These ethnicities arrived more than a millenium ago to the Sultanate's territory, mainly to avoid persecution and/or disaster from their original land. Almost all ethnicities have been merged into a single national culture, which had developed for hundred of years of assimilation. Only a small minority still holds their own culture and values. As of today, there are 68 confirmed ethnicities that had settled in the Sultanate's territory prior to the establishment of the Sultanate.

The history of the Yuran and the Sultanate spans up to a millenium ago, when the first people settled the territory that today is a part of the Sultanate. The date of the establishment of the Sultanate is 30th July 1477, where the first oath of allegiance is given to the first Sultan. A series of disasters, man-made and natural, effectively restart the Sultanate several times. Each "restart" gave birth to one era of Sultans. A recent economic crisis that destroy the Sultanate's economy forces this nation to start all over again. The current Sultanate is the 5th era, that was born in 25th April 2020.

The Sultanate adopts several political and leadership teachings from the Qur'an, the holy book of Islam. Despite that, the entire teachings of Islam is not officially incorporated in the Sultanate. Instead, the Sultanate has its own constitution that balances the teachings of Islam and the national culture. This constitution can only be amended by the Sultan, with the agreement of the Parliament.


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