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Republics of the Andean Federation



Republics of the Peru-Bolivian Federation

North-Peru South-Peru Bolivia Santa Cruz


Sovereign Republic of North-Peru
República Soberana de Nor-Perú

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Government

Class: Federated State
President: José Quispe (since 2015)
Capital: Lima

Statistics (2017)

Area: TBA
Population: TBA
Density: TBA

Languages

Official: Spanish
Additional: Quechua, Mochica,
Quingnam, Taushiro, Muniche,
Sechura, Tikuna

Religion

Religion: Roman Catholicsim (75.4%),
Protestantism (14.4%), Others (1%)

Sovereign Republic of North-Peru


The Sovereign Republic of North-Peru (Spanish: República Soberana de Nor-Perú) is the northernmost state of the federation, bordering the South-Peru and Bolivia to the south, Brazil to the east, Ecuador and Colombia to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Holding most of the population and having its capital in the city of Lima, also the largest city in the union. North-Peru holds privileges as a centre for international commerce thanks to its geographical position and diverse geography. Historically, the state was the centre for Peruvian economy and trade, functioning as a gate between the isolated regions of the Andes and the overseas. North-Peru was a constituent territory of the former Republic of Peru.

As all constituent states of the union, North-Peru is classified as a federated state, meaning that all laws legislated by the government should apply, with the federated state paying taxes and receiving a portion from the government, besides its core role in the union, North-Peru is free to act as a sovereign entity within the federation, with the capacity of enacting its own laws under economic and local interests. Its capital Lima functions as the legislative capital of the union and the headquarters of the Supreme Power.

Naturally, the state of North-Peru is multicultural, with mestizos comprising 72% of the population. The state has a variety of languages spoken, most of them being Spanish, Quechua and Mochica. With Spanish having official status. North-Peru's culture is prominently "northern", sharing similarities with south Peruvian and Bolivian culture, all tied by indigenous identity. Compared to its neighbours, North-Peruvian culture has strong traces of European traditions, emphasising the large migrant population that the country has had throughout history, with a large portion conforming the Peruvian elite.

Naturally, the state of North-Peru is multicultural, with mestizos comprising 72% of the population. The state has a variety of languages spoken, most of them being Spanish, Quechua and Mochica. With Spanish having official status. North-Peru's culture is prominently "northern", sharing similarities with south Peruvian and Bolivian culture, all tied by indigenous identity. Compared to its neighbours, North-Peruvian culture has strong traces of European traditions, emphasising the large migrant population that the country has had throughout history, with a large portion conforming the Peruvian elite.

Sovereign Republic of South-Peru
República Soberana de Sud-Perú

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Government

Class: Federated State
Head: Gabriel Aguirre (since 2014)
Capital: Arequipa

Statistics (2017)

Area: TBA
Population: TBA
Density: TBA

Languages

Official: Spanish
Additional: Aymara, Asháninca,
Huachipaeri, Quechua

Religion

Religion: Roman Catholicism (76.6%),
Native (20,3%), Other (3,1%)

Sovereign Republic of South-Peru


The Sovereign Republic of South-Peru (Spanish: República Soberana de Sud-Perú) is located in the mid-region of the Andes, bordering North-Peru in the north, Bolivia to the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It is the smallest republic in terms of km2 and a midpoint between Peru-Bolivian territories. South-Peru's current capital is the city of Arequipa. Historically, South-Peru has been considered an intermediary between the highly cosmopolitan North-Peru and the largely indigenous Bolivia, serving as a crossover for Andean cultures. The republic has been a setting for many revolutions and uprisings, having overall a largely liberal mindset, it was nicknamed El León del Sur "The Lion of the South". South-Peru was historically part of the Republic of Peru, comprising both north- and South-Peru.

South-Peru was declared together with Bolivia and North-Peru as core territories to the federation, with Santa Cruz being subject of the Republic of Bolivia. Shortly after the civil war of 1921, South-Peru was disputed by the many civil factions, it became headquarters for the Federalists, who used Arequipa as their temporal administrative centre. The republic was thus often subjected to unionist policies which led to their consolidation as the heart of the federalist cause. In the battle of La Paz, many integrants of the federalist Batallion were South-Peruvian. The reorganisation of territories led to the loss of 2/3 of the Cusco region, being instead assigned to North-Peru and Bolivia. The effort of reorganisation was led by Supreme Protector Alcantara, who in an attempt to stomp successionist uprisings decided to distribute territories according to the will of their inhabitants. This led to better control and administrative control and helped to improve the flow of commerce in isolated regions.

In 1921, shortly after the Civil War, the act of Regeneration (Spanish: Acta de Regeneración) pushed for the federalisation of provinces and territories, this gave autonomy to states within the republics, forcing the union to practice a decentralised system, while allowing the participation of local authorities. This gave the states of Arequipa, Cusco, Ayacucho, Puno, Arica and Tacna all autonomy within South-Peru. The capital was moved from Tacna to Arequipa for administrative purposes.

Sovereign Republic of Bolivia
República Soberana de Bolivia

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Government

Class: Federated State
Head: Fernando Chihuán (since 2014)
Capital: La Paz

Statistics (2017)

Area: TBA
Population: TBA
Density: TBA

Languages

Official: Spanish
Additional: Aymara, Quechua, Uru

Religion

Religion: Roman Catholicism (81.47%),
Native (12,22%), Protestantism (4%), Other (2,31%)

Sovereign Republic of Bolivia


Sovereign Republic of Santa Cruz
República Soberana de Santa Cruz

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Government

Class: Federated State
President: Alejandro Moreno (since 2016)
Capital: Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Statistics (2017)

Area: TBA
Population: TBA
Density: TBA

Languages

Official: Spanish
Additional: Aymara, Quechua,
Guarani, Guarayo, Chiquitano

Religion

Religion: Roman Catholicism (69,8%),
Protestantism (12,2%), Other (18%)

Sovereign Republic of Santa Cruz

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