Motto: "Εν τούτω νίκα"
("In this sign you will conquer")
Anthem: "η Προσευχη"
- Romaia (green)
– in Estaria (grey)
and the largest city
Largest Cities:Constantinoupoli, Nikaia,
(byzantine lexics, greek alphabet)
- Emperor: Ioannis IV
- Prime-minister: Leon Sakkellarios
- Speaker of the Senate:
(People's freedom party)
- Chief Justice:
- Romaian Empire: 14 may 1461
- Unification: 1 october 1868
- Constitutional Monarchy: 13 may 1883
Water Area: km²
GDP (nominal):$1 374 billions
GDP (nominal) per capita:$44,116.10
Human Development Index (NS Version):
90.9 (dec. 2019)
Currency: Lira (RLI) £
Time Zone: UTC -3 (ART)
Date format: dd/mm/yyyy
Drives on the:right
Internet TLD:.rn, .re, .ou
Romaia (Greek: Ρωμανια), officially the Romaian Empire (Greek: Ρωμαϊκή Αυτοκρατορία), is an Estarian country consisting of a plato delimited by mountaneous catenaries. Romaia is located in Southern Estaria. The country covers a total are of [TBD] and shares land borders with Euganeia and Raditia. With around 60 million inhabitants, Romaia is the [TBD]-most populous state of Estaria.
Due to its central geographical location in Southern Estaria, Romaia has historically been home to myriad peoples and cultures. [In addition to the various ancient peoples dispersed throughout modern Romaia, the most predominant being the Indo-European Greek peoples, beginning from the Bronze Age, Greeks (Mycenaeans) established settlements in the Eastern Romaia, while Celts inhabited western and northern Romaia respectively. A Greek tribe known as the Dorians formed the Aistarian Union in the [century BC]. The Aistarian Union initially conquered and assimilated its neighbours on the Eastern and Northeastern Estaria, eventually expanding and conquering western and northern parts of Estaria. Romaia remained the homeland of the Greeks and the metropole of the empire, whose legacy can also be observed in the global distribution of culture, governments, and the Greek script.
Nowadays Romaia is a unitary constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of governance in Estaria. Romaia covers an of a largely temperate seasonal climate and the Mediterranean climate.
Romaia has a very high level of human development and has one the highest life expectancy in Estaria. Romaia plays an important role in regional economic, military, cultural and diplomatic affairs, and the country is a regional power and high power. Romaia is a member of many international organizations, including the UN and more. As a reflection of its extensive cultural wealth, Romaia is one of the most visited countries in Estaria.
After Constantinople conquest in 1453, thousands of byzantine refugees managed to escape to early discovered island in Indian ocean, genovan, venetian, furlan merchants, greek people of Attica, Thracia, Macedonia and other
people of former Byzantine empire.
Romaian land was a byzantine colony in Indian ocean before fall of Constantinople.
Modern romaians have greek, genovan and venetian ancestry.
Romaia is a predominantly flat country.
Landscape of Thrakia region
In the north - the Macedonian-Paphlagonian plain, to the south - the Central Romaian plain.
In the west - the Strymonian plain and the Strymonian mountains with the highest point - Mount Mavros.
In the east - the Cappadocian plain.
In the south - Samos Mountains with the highest point of Romaia - stratovolcano Chios.
The longest river in Romaia is the Terma.
The largest lake of Romaia - Thospitis.
Romaia is located in the subtropical climate zone.
Romaian Empire has been a unitary parliamentary monarchy since 1 octobre 1868 and a parliamentary democracy since 13 may 1883 when the emperor established the Senate as supreme legislative body. The romaian emperor is Romaia's head of state. Constitutionally, the position is equipped with limited powers. By law, the emperor (the title queen has no constitutional significance) has the right to be periodically briefed and consulted on government affairs. Depending on the personalities and relationships of the emperor and the ministers, the emperor might have influence beyond the power granted by the constitution.
Romaian prime-minister, the head of government - Leon Sakkellarios.
The executive power is formed by the council of Ministers, the deliberative council of the Romaian cabinet. The cabinet usually consists of 10 to 15 ministers and a varying number of secretaries. The head of government is the Prime Minister of the Romaian Empire. The Prime Minister is a primus inter pares, with no explicit powers beyond those of the other ministers.
The Executive and the Government are headed by the Chairman of the Council of Ministers. The government structure in December 2018 included the following ministries:
Ministry of the Interior
Ministry of Economic Development
Ministry of Labour and Social Policy
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of National Defence
Ministry of Justice
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure
Ministry of Agriculture and Ecology
Ministry of Science
Ministry of Education
Ministry of Culture
Ministry of Health care
Ministry of Industry
General Secretariat for Relations with the Senate
General Secretariat for Regional Policy
General Secretariat for Family Affairs
General Secretariat for External Integration and Standardization.
Legislative power - Unicameral parliament, elected for 4 years.
The Senate of Romaia - 450 members.
Leading political parties - United Left Movement, Green Movement, Labour Party, Liberal Party, People’s Freedom Party,
National Union, Libertarian Party, Block Res Publica.
Law and criminal justice
The Romaian judicial system is based on Roman and Byzantine law modified by the Napoleonic code and later statutes.
Law system is based on Roman and Byzantine law and modernised by Napoleon codes later.
The Supreme Court of Cassation is the highest court in Romaia for both criminal and civil appeal cases. The Constitutional Court of Romaia (Το Συνταγματικό Δικαστήριο της Ρωμαϊκής Αυτοκρατορίας) rules on the conformity of laws with the constitution.
Law enforcement in Romaia is provided by multiple police forces, four of which are national agencies. The Astynomia (Police) is the civil national police of Romaia. Along with patrolling, investigative and law enforcement duties, it oversees the security of transportations. The Chorofylaki, a Gendarmerie that also serves as the military police for the Romaian armed forces.
Romaian Land Code
Romaian Civil Code
Romaian Criminal Code
Romaian Administrative Code
Romaian Labour Code
Romaian Social Code
Romaian Family Code
In addition to the constitutional bodies of parliament, the government, the judicial system and the Constitutional Court, the Constitution also provides for a system of bodies of constitutional significance.
State Council of the Romaian Empire
Supreme Judicial Council
Security and National Defence Council
Flag of the Romaian Empire
The state symbols of Romaia are regulated by the constitution and current legislation.
The flag of Romania is a rectangular panel of red color, in four quadrants with golden letters "B".
Coat of Arms.
The red shield depicts a golden double-headed eagle with a sword on the left and a power on the right. On top of the heads are imperial crowns, topped with azure ribbons.
The national anthem of Romaia - "God save the Emperor" has been the official anthem of the Romaian Empire since 1887.
1 January - New Year's Day
6 January - Epiphany
17 May - Reunion's day
Easter + 1 day - Easter Monday
15 August - Assumption or Dormition of the Holy Virgin
25 December - Christmas
26 December - Glorifying Mother of God
Foreign policy and international relations fall under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which is subdivided into Secretariats, which are subdivided into Directories.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs is appointed by the Prime Minister, the head of government.
Main article: Romaian Armed Forces
The Armed Forces of the Romaian Empire - are the military service of Romaian, established since empire was founded in 1461.
Armed forces under the Ministry of Defence are divided into:
the four branches of forces : the Ground Forces, Imperial Navy, the Air Forces and Gendarmery.
the separate branches: Marine Corps, Airborne corps, Border Defence corps, Special Operations.
The number of personnel is specified by emperor's decree, on july 2008 number was set to 671.297 units.
Administrative division Name Capital Population Constantinoupoli Constantinoupoli Population Optimatoi Nikomidia Population Makedonia Adrianoupoli Population Dyrrachion Dyrrachion Population Opsikion Nikaia Population Anatolikon Amorion Population Samos Smyrna Population Thrakesion Chonai Population Kybbirchaiotai Attaleia Population Paphlagonia Synopi Population Kappadokia Kesareia Population Kilikia Anazorvos Population Targonia Ettaia Population Diokleia Sarros Population Strymon Serrai Population Maurorosia Neapoli Population
Romaia is a decentralized unitary state. The capital of the state is Constantinoupoli. The country is divided into 16 regions (Themes) - Constantinoupoli, Optimatoi, Makedonia, Dyrrachion, Opsikion, Anatolikon, Samos, Thrakesion, Kybbirchaiotai, Paphlagonia, Kappadokia, Kilikia, Targonia, Diokleia, Strymon, Maurorosia (2 of them - Targonia and Maurorosia - have got a special status), including 87 peripheries as an administrative-territorial unit.
Regions of Romaia
Romaian has a capitalist market economy, ranking as one of the biggest in Oceania.
The Romaians speak the Greek language, which forms its own unique branch within the Indo-European family of languages, the Hellenic. They are part of a group of pre-modern ethnicities, described by Anthony D. Smith as an "archetypal diaspora people".
There are currently three main schools of thought on medieval eastern Roman identity. First, the preponderant view considers "Romanity" the mode of self-identification of the subjects of a multi-ethnic empire, in which the elite did not self-identify as Greek and the average subject considered him/herself as Roman.
The defining traits of being considered one of the Rhomaioi are being an Orthodox Christian and more importantly speaking Greek, characteristics which had to be acquired by birth if one was not to be considered an allogenes or even a barbarian. The term mostly used to describe someone who was a foreigner to both the Romaians and their state was ethnikós (Greek: ἐθνικός), a term which originally described non-Jews or non-Christians, but had lost its religious meaning. In a classicizing vein usually applied to other peoples, Byzantine authors regularly referred to their own people as "Ausones", an ancient name for the inhabitants of Italy.The defining features of Romaian civilization are: 1) Greek language, culture, literature, and science, 2) Roman law and tradition, 3) Christian faith. Romaians perceived themselves as, heirs to the culture of ancient Greece, the political heirs of imperial Rome, and followers of the Apostles.Thus, the sense of "Romanity" was different from that of their contemporaries in the West.
Romaian mostly recognised by anthropologists as atlanto-meditarranean, dinaric mediterranean and mediterranean racial type