Mizore

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Republic of Mizore

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Flag
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Government Seal
Motto: Strength, prosperity, perseverance
Anthem: "Rise Mizore"
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Mizore (green) located in southwestern Gondwana
Capital
and largest city
New Castella
Official languages
Ethnic groups
Nationality (2020)
Demonym(s)Mizorian
GovernmentUnitary authoritarian Absolute oligarchy
• Oligarchs
William Cunningham
Felix Maithwate
Emily Harris
Daphnie Collins
Edward Petersen
LegislatureMizorian Grand Council
Independence 
from Tretrid
• Declaration
15 April 1920
17 February 1921
• Constitution
18 February 1936
21 June 1950
Area
• Total
82,137.56 km2 (31,713.49 sq mi)
• Water (%)
4.9
Population
• 2020 census
5,750,852
• Density
70.01/km2 (181.3/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2020 estimate
• Total
$170,150,000,000
• Per capita
$29,586.92
GDP (nominal)2020 estimate
• Total
$170,000,000,000
• Per capita
$29,560.84
Gini (2020)45.3
medium
SDI (2020)0.675
medium
CurrencyUnovian naria (₦) (UNI)
Time zoneMizorian Standard Time -
(UTC-8)
Date format
  • dd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+54
Internet TLD.miz
Preceded by
Nagatoian Mizore

Mizore, officially the Republic of Mizore, is a sovereign country located in southwestern Gondwana bordered by Dræset on Urth. With an area of 82,137.56 square kilometres (31,713.49 sq mi), Mizore is the 37th largest country on Gondwana and the 121st largest country on Urth. As of 2020, Mizore has a population of 15,750,852, an estimated increase of 0.7% from 2010. Codexian is the majority spoken language of Mizore. The population is mainly Mizorian, followed by Nagatoian, Piorunprerian, Llygadian, Dræsetian, and Landzbergian. The capital and largest city is New Castella.

After the decolonization of Tretrid in 1920, Mizore declared independence and cut all ties with Tretrid. By doing this, Mizore’s economy fell, and the population revolted in protest of the provisional government. In 1921, a letter was sent by the interim government to the Kingdom of Nagato asking for assistance in rebuilding Mizore. Nagato agreed; however, it would occupy the nation until Mizore could support itself. In the events following, Mizore was renamed to Nagatoian Mizore, all citizens were made into Nagatoian Nationals, and the Nagatoian perry backed the economy.

In 1936, under pressure from the global community, the Kingdom of Nagato disbanded its occupation after 15 years and established an oligarchy in its place. This form of government allowed Nagato to keep an eye on Mizore and was beneficial in the future. In 1941, the Kingdom of Nagato fell, and the Imperial State of Nagato was established in its place. Because of this, the Nagatoian perry became devalued, and Mizore fell into a depression for the next four years. The Duchy of Nagato was later established in 1941 to combat the Imperial State of Nagato in the Nagatoian Civil War while sending aid to Mizore to combat the depression; this was later named the Mizore Relief.

In 1945, the Nagatoian Civil War ended with the Treaty of Castelia and the 1945 Annexation Act, the Grand Duchy of Nagato, as it was now called, started to increase its support for Mizore and engaged in talks to incorporate Mizore with Nagato and Augustia. This led to the Commonwealth of Unovian Nations creation in 1950.

Beginning in the 1970s, the Governments of Nagato and Augustia, together with the Mizorian government, launched a series of economic projects to develop Mizore into an industrial high-income economy. Mizore is now classified as an emerging developed country with an advanced economy backed by the Unovian naira. The major sectors of Mizore's economy are manufacturing (primarily pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, and electronics), followed by services (tourism and hospitality).