Horvatia

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Kingdom of Horvatia
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: '''Our Beautiful Homeland
(English)
Status Constituent realm of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire
Capital
and largest city
Agram
Official languages Portuguese
Ethnic groups (2017) TBD
Demonym Horvatian
Government Constitutional monarchy;
Personal union through
dual monarchy;
Corporative federalism
 •  King Oscar I
Legislature Imperial Diet
Independence from the Federative Republic of Brazil
 •  Declared 10 March 2016 
 •  Karno-Ruthenian Compromise 10 March 2016 
 •  Karno-Ruthenian Empire 1 August 2016 
Area
 •  Total TBD km2
TBD sq mi
Population
 •  2016 census TBD
 •  Density TBD/km2
TBD/sq mi
HDI (2018)Steady 0.805
very high · 15th
Currency Ruthenian Mark (RMK)
Date format dd/mm/yyyy
a. Official website
b. Dual Monarchy union after the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016 signing.

Horvatia, officially the Kingdom of Horvatia, is a constitutional monarchy located in South America, headquartered in São Bernardo do Campo, São Paulo, Brazil. Founded by Weslley Nascimento on 10 March 2016 through the Annex I of the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016, its capital is Agram and the kingdom is ruled in personal union with the Kingdom of Ruthenia. The Kingdom of Horvatia is nominally an autonomous kingdom within the Karno-Ruthenian Empire, created in 2016 following the Horvatian–Ruthenian Settlement. It was associated with the Ruthenian Kingdom within the dual Karno-Ruthenian state, being a Crown Land of Ruthenia and the kingdom is ruled by the Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia under his title as "King of Horvatia". The King's appointed steward was the Ban of Horvatia until 2017.

Etimology[edit | edit source]

In Hungarian, Horvatia is referred to the word Croatia, in order to emphasize the familiarity of the micronation with the Hungarian culture practiced in the Kingdom of Ruthenia without loose its inspiration in Croatian history.

History[edit | edit source]

The Kingdom of Horvatia was created in 2016, when the former independent project of Horvatia and its responsible decided to join Ruthenia to establish a union of micronations with same objectives. The Founder of Horvatia, Governor and Vice-King Weslley of Agram contacted King Oscar of Ruthenia in order to unify the projects; he confirmed the subordination of Horvatia to Ruthenia in 2016 with signing of Horvatian-Ruthenian union, an annex of the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016.

With this compromise, Horvatia became part of the Kingdom of Ruthenia in personal union and the Ruthenian Government controlled the military, the financial system, legislation and administration, customs and Foreign Affairs, acclaiming Oscar of Ruthenia as King of Horvatia. Weslley of Agram was appointed as Ban of Horvatia in the following day.

From August 2017, the House of Agram instilled nationalist sentiments in the local population to force its own rise to power. Through long negotiation and good relations between the Imperial Crown the then Ban, the Agrams would ascend to the Throne of Horvatia. In the early morning of 03 September, Oscar I abdicated the throne in favor of Prince Joseph Cicero of Agram, father of Ban of Horvatia and head of the ducal house. Horvatia continued a country within the Empire, but the post of Ban of Horvatia was declared descontinued.

With strong popular pressure to verify the progress promised through the change in the reigning house of Horvatia, King Joseph Cicero abdicated in favor of his son, Duke Weslley of Agram, 25 days after taking the throne. Unable to verify any measure that could sustain his reign, King Weslley abdicated on 03 October, having reigned for only 05 days. He resigned by returning the throne to the Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia. After the event, the ducal family, and especially the Duke of Agram, abstained from participating in national politics, being exonerated from their posts and leaving for exile.

On 13 March 2018, to promote the development of the region, Oscar I appointed a foreign as Ban of Horvatia. The first foreign Ban was Carlo, Prince of Lamburg.

National colors and symbols[edit | edit source]

Government and politics[edit | edit source]

The Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016 created the Dual Monarchy. Under the Compromise, Karnia and Ruthenia each had separate parliaments that passed and maintained separate laws. Each region had its own government, headed by its own prime minister. The "common monarchy" consisted of the emperor-king and the common ministers of foreign affairs, defense and finance in Persenburg.

The Compromise confirmed Horvatia's union with Ruthenia and the Horvatian-Ruthenian compromise in 2016 give to the Horvatians a special status in Ruthenia. The agreement granted the Horvatians autonomy over their internal affairs. The Horvatian Ban would now be nominated by the Ruthenian prime minister and appointed by the king.

Although the compromise provided a measure of political autonomy to Horvatia, the micronation are subordinated politically and economically to Ruthenia.

Holidays and Culture[edit | edit source]

Carpatho-Horvatian Language[edit | edit source]

In January of 2018, the Carpatho-Horvatian language was presented to the Emperor-King Oscar of Karnia-Ruthenia, by King Christian I. Carpatho-Horvatian is a Slavic-based language, including various elements from Serbo-Croatian and Russian.

The name Carpatho-Horvatian comes from names of Horvatia, and Carpathia, another crown territory of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire. Carpatho-Horvatian was created to be used in both Carpathia, and Horvatia, as the two Kingdoms are heavily Slavic-based in both culture, and territorial claims.

Carpatho-Horvatian can be written using both the Latin alphabet, and a modified form of the Cyrillic script.

National holidays[edit | edit source]

Name Date Notes
New Year's Day 1 January The first day of the Gregorian year.
International Women's Day 8 March Celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women.
Easter Day Between 22 March and 25 April Celebrates the resurrection of Jesus.
International Workers' Day 1 May Honors the the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the country.
King's Day 14 August Anniversary of His Royal Majesty, the King.
Armistice Day 11 November Commemoration of the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany and also in commemoration of both living and dead soldiers who served in any conflict.
Christmas Day 25 December Traditional commemoration of the birth of Jesus.
New Year's Eve 31 December The final day of the Gregorian year; Saint Sylvester's Day.

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