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Kurandian Federation (Staynish)
Kurandian Liitto (Tsukiel)
Taru'a Kurandis (Vaaran)
Motto: Peace, prosperity and friendship with all nations
Anthem: "March of the Fatherland"
Kurandia in western Borea
and largest city
|Official languages||Staynish, Tsukiel|
|Recognised national languages||Staynish, Tsukiel, Vaaran|
|Demonym(s)||Kuran, Kurandi, Kurandian|
• Head of State
• Governor General
• Executive Minister
|Hanuketa Aruletsz (SHARP)|
|Legislature||Chamber of Delegates|
• First settlements
• Colonisation by MBE
• The Reform
|46,729 km2 (18,042 sq mi)|
• 2021 estimate
|92.4/km2 (239.3/sq mi)|
|GDP (PPP)||2021 estimate|
|U!277 billion (SH$120 billion)|
• Per capita
|Time zone||UTC-1 (Kuran Noon)|
|ISO 3166 code||KRN, KR|
Kurandia, officially the Kurandian Federation (Tsukiel: Kurandian Liito; Vaaran: Taru'a Kurandis) is a human and elven country off the western coast of Borea. Its territory comprises of the Kuran mainland, Archive Island, Kroakusz Island, Kestrel Island, and the East and West Laurus Islands. Kurandia has a population of 4.3 million, and its capital and largest city is Corren Tree (Kórintri), where a quarter of its citizens live.
Kurandia is a former Morstaybishlian colony; following the locally unpopular Auroran Imperial War, the Constitutionalist Faction won the 1976 and 1981 elections, and successfully petitioned for independence. Kurandia still maintains close ties with Morstaybishlia, but they are rarely formal.
The Chamber of Delegates operates on a semi-democratic basis: just over a third of seats are elected by the people in Geographical Constituencies; the rest are Functional Constituencies, where either people employed in certain fields or companies in those fields registered as legal persons vote for a delegate. For example, Untán Ildas, leader of the Roundtable Forum, was elected by the boards of directors of Kurandia's investment firms.