Map: (Its located just next to Packilvania on the east side!)

Nation Name (long): Jiduan

Nation Name (short): Jiduan

National Animal: Shepherd Lion (this is a fictional animal, it’s just like a regular lion but smaller!)

National Flower: Orchid

Capitol: Garangol

Largest City: Garangol

Demonym: Jiduan

Official Language(s): Jidduanese

National Language(s): Jidduanese, Packilvanian, Staynish

Species: Feline (60%), Humans (40%)

Population: 227,268,133 people

Population Density: 2459 people per sqkm

Government type: Constitutional Monarchy

Head of State: Mogul Ashaika

Head of Government: Prime Minister Sulemala Golna

Legislature: The Parliament of Jiduan

Important Historical Dates: Formation (2nd century CE), Under Packilvanian Governance (1275-1917), Independence (1918)

Total GDP: 602,231,000,000

GDP per capita: 2,653

Total Land Area: 92,423 sqkm, 14,575 pixels

Currency: Jiduan Dinar (Ɉ)

Calling Code: +123

ISO 3166 code: JD, JDN

Internet TLD: .jd

Brief Historical Summary:
The nation of Jiduan was initially formed in the second century CE by Mogul Ganari I as a collection of city-states that were under his rule. The area quickly became a hotbed for agriculture due to its fertile soil, but the nation was often pushed around by much bigger states around it. Jiduan became a tributary state of the United Kingdom of Bakil in the 9th century CE following political pressure from the Kingdom. During the second unification of Packilvania under the Zubraynite Dynasty in 1275, Jiduan supported Prince Ishak of Tashkar and aided in his usurpation of the Kingdom of Bingol, officially becoming a part of Packilvania in the process. After the fall of the Zubraynite Dynasty and the installation of the Sultanate of Packilvania, Jiduan remained as a part of Packilvania.

In 1918, during the First Packilvanian Civil War, Jiduan declared independence from Packilvania amidst the conflict. By the end of the civil war, Jiduan had officially left on relatively peaceful terms and was recognized by Communist Packilvania. After its independence, the country implemented a constitution of its own which set up a Parliament as its legislature, a Prime Minister as its head of government, and the Shah as its head of state. Throughout much of the 20th century, Jiduan had been economically left behind due to its heavy dependence on agriculture, causing a debilitating lack of diversity in its economy and insufficient incentives to expand outside of agriculture. During the early 2000s, Jiduan enacted several economic reforms to try and stimulate growth and diversification.


Ooo! I forgot to add the capital on the map!
Here’s where I want the capital to be:

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Here’s the updated Jiduan Map with a population density of 968.15! The capital is still in the same place as the previous map!

Following a vote on 18th August 2023, this claim has been accepted by 6-0-0.

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