日山州国 (Hiyamashū Koku)
Sōsankaku 双三角 (Flag)
– 日山州国 Hiyamashū Koku (Formal)
Regional Formation Day
1st Jan 2019
Kakucosugamism (de facto)
Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
– Upper House: First Council
The Empire of Hiyamashū
The Empire of Hiyamashū (Japanese: 日山州国; Hiyamashū-koku), commonly known as Hiyamashū (Japanese: 日山州; Hiyamashū) or Shūkoku (Japanese: 衆国; Shūkoku) is an island region with a Constitutional monarchy.
The region emerged from the remains of The Great Archipelago (Japanese: 大漢島海; Dai-kantō-umi), which collapsed due to the negligence of the elected government and its inefficient methods of governance.
Hiyamashū is a neutral region with the main goal of encouraging and spreading world peace throughout the world.
The kanji that the region's name is composed of means "sun mountain province" and is very commonly called as "The People' Country" due to its shortened name, Shūkoku, meaning "populace country".
Hiyamashū is a constitutional monarchy with an Emperor as head-of-state and a First Minister as the head-of-government.
The main legislative body of Hiyamashū is the Central Government Council (Japanese: 中政府議会; Chū-seifu gikai) or usually shortened as the Central Council, which is seated in Ichichujo (Japanese: 壱中場; Ichi-chūjō) which is in international territory. The Central Council is a bicameral system consisting of the upper house, First Council, and the lower house, People's Council.
First Council members are unelected and are chosen by the First Minister, usually consisting of Ministers of State. People's Council is elected via a popular vote held every 2 months. The most popular candidate would become the First Minister.
The Emperor serves as a figurehead to the region and approves all bills before it becomes law. The Emperor may also veto bills.