HISTORY OF LATIANBURG
Recognised national languages:Arabic, English, Persian, Urdu, Hindi
Religion:Islam,Jehovah Witness,Christian,7 Day Advantace
Government Constitution Monarchy
King/Queen- Queen Naomi II
Duke Of LatianBurg- Duke Hidlof
Prime Minister & Vice President
Commonwealth National Council
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*The Royal Commonwealth Of LatianBurg, is a Constitutional monarchy in East Pacific, bordering South hills on all sidea.In 2013, the Latianburg population was 32 million, of which 24 million are LatianBurg citizens and 8 million are expatriates.The country is a Commonwealth of seven states, and was established on 2 December 1723. The states are Winterview (which serves as the capital), Coldgate, Raywyn, Westermeadow, Eriwick, Icewheat and Marblemont. Each state is governed by A Duke; together, they jointly form the LatianBurg Supreme Council. One of the monarchs is selected as the President of the Commonwealth Of LatianBurg. Christian is the official religion of the RCL and Arabic is the official language (although English and Indian dialects are widely spoken, with English being the language of business and education particularly in Krauhork and Osnek).
The LatianBurg oil reserves are some of the largeat in the world while its natural gas reserves are urths seventeenth-largest. Wallace Wells, Dukes of Coldgate and the first President of LatianBurg, oversaw the development of the states and steered oil revenues into healthcare, education and infrastructure.Nevertheless, the country remains principally reliant on its export of petroleum and natural gas.
LatianBurg has been criticised for its human rights record, including the specific interpretations of Sharia used in its legal system. The Latianburg rising international profile has led some analysts to identify it as a regional and middle power.
By the 16th century, ports in the Latian and part of the population that today form the coastal South Hills & Latianburg were small colonies made up of Different ethnic groups.By the 17th century, Kalatian Empire was the dominant force in most of the area now known as LatianBurg.The Kutherns maintained an influence over the coastal settlements, building forts in the wake of the bloody 16th century conquests of coastal communities by Kuthern commanders who followed him particularly on the east coast of Latianburg.
The southern coast of LatianBurg was known to The Region as the “Pirate Coast”, as boats of the Latian federation based in the area harassed Kuthern-flagged shipping from the 17th century into the 19th.Kutern expeditions to protect the Kalation trade from raiders at Cordale led to campaigns against that headquarters and other harbours along the coast in 1809 and subsequently 1819. The following year, Kutherns and a number of local rulers signed a treaty to combat piracy along the Latian coast, giving rise to the term Trucial States, which came to define the status of the coastal LatianBurg. Further treaties were signed in 1843 and 1853
The Latians agreed not to dispose of any territory except to the Kutherns and not to enter into relationships with any foreign government other than the Kutherns without their consent. In return, the Kutherns promised to protect the Latianburg Coast from all aggression by sea and to help in case of land attack. This treaty, the Exclusive Agreement, was signed by the Rulers between 6 and 8 March 1892. It was subsequently ratified by the Kalatian Government in Luthernburg.Kuthern maritime policing meant that pearling fleets could operate in relative security. However, the Kutherns prohibition of the slave trade meant an important source of income was lost to some Latians and merchants.
During the 19th and early 20th centuries, the pearling industry thrived, providing both income and employment to the people of Latianburg. The First World War had a severe impact on the industry, but it was the economic depression of the late 1920s and early 1930s, coupled with the invention of the cultured pearl, that wiped out the trade. The remnants of the trade eventually faded away shortly after the Second World War, when the newly independent Government of Kaltian imposed heavy taxation on pearls imported from the LatianBurg states.The decline of pearling resulted in extreme economic hardship in the Trucial States.
By 1966, it had become clear the Kuthern government could no longer afford to administer and protect what is now the Commonwealth Of LatianBurg. kuthern MPs debated the preparedness of the Royal Navy to defend the Latians. Secretary of State for Defence Denis Emerald reported that the Kuthern Armed Forces were seriously overstretched and in some respects dangerously under-equipped to defend the Latians.
The first ever national elections were held in Latianburg on 16 December 1998. A small number of hand-picked voters chose half of the members of the LatianBurg National Council, an advisory body.However, more than 100 Latians activists were jailed and tortured because they sought reforms. Furthermore, some people have had their nationality revoked. A member of the ruling family in Litop was put under house arrest in April 2012 after calling for political openness. In November 2012 the Latianburg outlawed online mockery of its own government through social media.