Motto: In ancestral footsteps we tread.
Location: In North of Osea
Population: 2.266 billion
Largest City: House City
Official Language: Eraverian English
National Language: Same (Eraverian English)
- President: Nolan Stacy
- Vice President: Paul Morales
- Speaker of the House: Jake Williams
- Chief Justice: Emma Morales
Legislature: Southresident Assembly
- Upper House: The Red Congress
-Lower House: The Blue Congress
Establishment: from Grinidita
Land Area: 17,34561,000 mile²
Water Area: 3.234,000 km²
Water %: 50%
Highest Point: 10,000
Lowest Point: 5,000
GDP (nominal): 1,98%
GDP (nominal) per capita: 1,95%
Human Development Index (NS Version): 84.43
Currency: Eraverian Supercoins
Time Zone: UTC +6 to +1
Drives on the: right
Calling code: +594
Internet TLD: .er
Eraver comes from the people and the head of State, a wise Vesprician general, created the first language called Vesprician, and that shows Ersaber meaning People's Nation, so, Eraver means People Land but this makes sense.
In 435, Eravicus founded the nation called Vespricia, what is now Eraver, in 459, A monarch was installed, Eraver was a monarchy without the constitution, back then,
Eraver got army spending until 532, when something worst happens, Eraver was a confederation, the citizens were angry about the confederation becoming weaker than before, Eraverian confederation operates until 543, A federation established, A constitution was written, In 675, Eraver was a constitutional monarchy, meaning a monarch without the power, fast forward to 1885, when Eraverian republic was established, then in 1896, A monarchy restored, and then again, in 1907, Eraverian republic restores, this time with empowerment, in 1914, Eraver remains neutral until the enemies plan to invade Eraver, and the Eraverian army crushed the germans out of Eraver, in 1918, WW1, Eraver remains rich until 1930s, when something sad happened, Eraver is poor, the people were unemployed, until 1938, when the President enacts Employment to save our jobs, in 1942, The Japanese plans to attack again with very anime-y army, and Eraverian army crushed the Japanese out of Eraver, in 1953, Eraver remains neutral during Cold War, until 1991, Eraver remains a nation on NS.
Eraver had a majority of 90% Eraverians, while others are minority, so When Eraverians first arrived there, The European merchants ships goods to Eraver and that were trade started.
The Size of Eraver is worth about 1,000 kg compared to Russia, and other countries, Eraver's climate is the Subtropics, and Eraver has 4 seasons, In spring, Eraver will be tropicals, In summer, Eraver will be a subtropics, In fall, Eraver will be Tropics, and In winter, Eraver will be a tundra.
Eraver had lot of cities, (e.g. Fordmort, Lostiansa), the cities usually had a mayors and each mayor enacts laws that affect someone.
Eraverian economy was led by private sector with medium to low government sector and rampant Black market or Informal sector.
Eraver sells foreign goods (e.g. tea, milk, rice, apple, beer and more) to the stalls when black market vendors is on the rise on Eraverian ghettos, but Eraverian population drinks iced tea, the symbol of Eraverian race, and Eraverian bazaars is on the rise, (e.g. sparse or crowded) in suburban or urban areas.
Eraverian economy is worth about more than 100 Eraverian dollars, and some Eraverian street markets is on the rise, because of the free trade, Eraverian black markets can sometimes sells Chess and other games to play the game, well, you know, the non-video games, unlike Ballistikov, Eraver has legalized Tea, Before Eraver trades, Eraver once has Autarky, that means independent from trade, but the economy is decreasing, Eraver enacts Free Trade to ship goods to Eraver and uses soda, apple, tea and more.
The government is a republic with 7 regional delegates and the assembly, The government pass laws, affecting the opposition and the criminals to be put in jail for 4 years,
The Eraverian government can always make a announcement and more activities, as well as The president.
The language is Eraverian version of English, with Snickers and kicks as Street boots, and expect for some words that I already mentioned, (e.g. inside, outside, play), Eraverian English slang depends in these words such as wide-growth, street-themed, European-looked and un-hungry.
Eraverians makes up small amount of population, some people can be elderly and need care before starting death, Some people can be the children and going play when they're little, others are teenagers, making the voice deeper and the size growing, Before the people can be cared by the savers, Some people can be born, Some people following the trace of death, and the long trace of death starts as the children and end up being older and the elderly until he or she dies, the phase of the population is Human Development Index, with 84.43% of the developed humans, and the rate of undeveloped humans is 19.43%
Eraverian censorship comes from the German censorship, All fascist symbols are banned due to offense, and the Gore in the cartoons was officially banned and replaced it with invisible blood, anyways, So, I was saying, How Eraver got the censorship, you may ask?, well, In the Eraverian censorship law number #34, the 4th article said That will be no gore because of violence with guns, the cartoons who has blood on it will be no more due to violent and bad stuff (e.g cussing, sex, gore, and guns), and the government checks the cartoons who don't had blood and has to be approved by the Eraverian government, the state will officially check the cartoons who has blood and need to edit because of gore and violent, and also, I'm not talking the gunshot warning, I'm talking about photographic censorship, The Eraverian government had lot of strict photographic laws, The photo need to edit because of the flaws, Eraverian government website www.eraveronline.er, where the information, trade, economics, history and more will be link in description bio, anyways, back to the censorship, Eraverian government had to edit the photo, so you don't make a photo of the strangers, Governments and private organizations may engage in censorship. Other groups or institutions may propose and petition for censorship. When an individual such as an author or other creator engages in censorship of their own works or speech, it is referred to as self-censorship. It occurs in a variety of different media, including speech, books, music, films, and other arts, the press, radio, television, and the Internet for a variety of claimed reasons including national security, to control obscenity, child pornography, and hate speech, to protect children or other vulnerable groups, to promote or restrict political or religious views, and to prevent slander and libel.
Direct censorship may or may not be legal, depending on the type, location, and content. Many countries provide strong protections against censorship by law, but none of these protections are absolute and frequently a claim of necessity to balance conflicting rights is made, in order to determine what could and could not be censored. There are no laws against self-censorship.
Eraver still had a unknown Crime rate, maybe, because of the government is becoming more authoritarian and less anarchic, The police is well-equipped, it can arrest some criminals who are not following the law and brings drugs, (such as LSD, Weed and more), fondness of making crimes thus the police will attack every protestors, Justifying the State's use of force to coerce compliance with its laws has proven a consistent theoretical problem. One of the earliest justifications involved the theory of natural law. This posits that the nature of the world or of human beings underlies the standards of morality or constructs them. Thomas Aquinas wrote in the 13th century: "the rule and measure of human acts is the reason, which is the first principle of human acts" (Aquinas, ST I-II, Q.90, A.I). He regarded people as by nature rational beings, concluding that it becomes morally appropriate that they should behave in a way that conforms to their rational nature. Thus, to be valid, any law must conform to natural law and coercing people to conform to that law is morally acceptable. In the 1760s William Blackstone (1979: 41) described the thesis:
"This law of nature, being co-eval with mankind and dictated by God himself, is of course superior in obligation to any other. It is binding over all the globe, in all countries, and at all times: no human laws are of any validity, if contrary to this; and such of them as are valid derive all their force, and all their authority, mediately or immediately, from this original."
But John Austin (1790–1859), an early positivist, applied utilitarianism in accepting the calculating nature of human beings and the existence of an objective morality. He denied that the legal validity of a norm depends on whether its content conforms to morality. Thus in Austinian terms, a moral code can objectively determine what people ought to do, the law can embody whatever norms the legislature decrees to achieve social utility, but every individual remains free to choose what to do. Similarly, Hart (1961) saw the law as an aspect of sovereignty, with lawmakers able to adopt any law as a means to a moral end.
Thus the necessary and sufficient conditions for the truth of a proposition of law simply involved internal logic and consistency, and that the state's agents used state power with responsibility. Ronald Dworkin (2005) rejects Hart's theory and proposes that all individuals should expect the equal respect and concern of those who govern them as a fundamental political right. He offers a theory of compliance overlaid by a theory of deference (the citizen's duty to obey the law) and a theory of enforcement, which identifies the legitimate goals of enforcement and punishment. Legislation must conform to a theory of legitimacy, which describes the circumstances under which a particular person or group is entitled to make law, and a theory of legislative justice, which describes the law they are entitled or obliged to make.
Indeed, despite everything, the majority of natural-law theorists have accepted the idea of enforcing the prevailing morality as a primary function of the law. This view entails the problem that it makes any moral criticism of the law impossible: if conformity with natural law forms a necessary condition for legal validity, all valid law must, by definition, count as morally just. Thus, on this line of reasoning, the legal validity of a norm necessarily entails its moral justice.