The Republic of Novegrad
Novegrad is a multinational representative democratic republic located in northeast Europe, along the Baltic Sea and Arctic Ocean. While its history spans over a thousand years, the current government was formed in 1925 after the dual monarchy uniting Novegrad and Russia was dissolved. The current constitution dates to 1991, with the collapse of the Soviet bloc. The successes Novegrad has achieved are largely the result of gradual opening occuring through the latter half of the 20th Century.
The executive branch is headed by President Mihajíle Boğeslávice Pétrou. The Cabinet of Ministers is headed by Prime Minister Aleksándre Andréiovice Rúsou, and reports to the president.
The Novegradian parliament is known as the State Assembly, and is divided into two houses. The Veche, the lower house, consists of 450 members elected on the basis of proportional representation. The Council of Nations, the upper house, consists of 90 councilors, where each province sends two councilors.
Novegrad is subdivided into 27 oblosts and five autonomous republics. These oblosts all have equal status under the Novegradian constitution. The autonomous republics, which represent ethnic groups within the republic, have an added degree of autonomy, including the right to use their own language alongside Novegradian in all matters. The republics are further divided into autonomous oblosts for purposes of administration and to balance their representation in the State Assembly, bringing the total number of oblosts to 45.
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