Saegya

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Saegyan Socialist Republic
새기야 사회주의 공화국
Saegiya sahoejuui gonghwagug
Flag of Saegya
Flag
Coat of Arms
Motto: 따라서 배너가 진행될 수 있습니다
"Ttalaseo baeneoga jinhaengdoel su issseubnida"
"So the banner may advance"
Anthem: "위기의 용기로 혁명의 리더십을 지키겠습니다"
"Wigiui yong-gilo hyeogmyeong-ui lideosib-eul jikigessseubnida"
"We Will Safeguard the Leadership of the Revolution with Desperate Courage"
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Location of Saegya (Green)
in Atlas (Dark Grey)
Capital
and largest city
Pyongje
Official languagesSaegyan
Recognised
Minority languages
Koryan
Ethnic groups (2017)
DemonymSaegyan
GovernmentUnitary one-party Kraussist-Moskvinist socialist republic
Seo Youngsoo
Ryeo Iseul
LegislatureSaegyan Popular Congress
Formation
1097
1622
• Independence from the Acronia
1825
• Summer Revolution and establishment of Federation of Acerria
1855
• Water (%)
8%
Population
• 2019 estimate
44,624,000
• 2018 census
74,867,000
GDP (PPP)2017 estimate
• Total
$1.83 trillion
• Per capita
$24,729
GDP (nominal)2017 estimate
• Total
$1.83 trillion
• Per capita
$24,729
Gini (2017)negative increase 20.2
low
HDI (2017)Increase 0.661
medium
CurrencySaegyan Damto (Dt) (VIM)
Time zoneST (FVT)
Date formatdd.mm.yyyy
Drives on theright
Calling code+09
ISO 3166 codeAC
Internet TLD.ac

Saegya, officially the Saegyan Socialist Republic (Saegyan: 새기야 사회주의 공화국, Saegya sahoejuui gonghwagug) is a sovereign state in Southern Auchoi, bordered by Huda and Yetpa to the south and the Zheng Mou sea to the north. Its capital and most populous city is Pyongje. Saegya is a unitary, one-party socialist state that is ruled by the Saegyan Revolutionary Worker's Party.

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Up to 1900 roughly:

Saegya's early history consists of feuding clans that are occasionally united by a strong leader for a very short time, usually only as long as he or his son lived. Saegya was divided into the Six Kingdoms, which consolidated around ~400 BCE, and existed until ~550 CE. The Six Kingdoms devolved into the Warring Kingdoms state around 1130 CE, which consolidated into the two kingdoms of Saegya and Baekhu around 1513. Saegya united into the Kingdom of Saegya, which was established in 1642 and lasted until 1910 and the establishment of the Saegyan State in the wake of the Ryugeok War (1911-1913) and the following First Saegyan Civil War (1914). The Ryugeok war, while a military success and resulting in the gain of the significant Ryugeok Islands, was severely mishandled and resulted in gross casualties that heavily disturbed the Saegyan public. Discontent over high taxes and food prices to pay off debts triggered the civil war. The First Saegyan Civil War was a very short conflict, pitting the Royalist forces under Sok Chunho against the Republican forces under Pom Kwang-Seon. Kwang-seon delivered a surprising, rapid series of crushing blows against the initially numerically and technologically superior Royalists, rallying the nation rapidly to his cause and winning the war within six months. He however died a month after the war's conclusion from a suddenly onset flu, leaving the near universally-accepted leader of the nation dead with no heirs.

The Saegyan State was established as an interim state by the republican National Council, mostly headed by moderate landowners and sympathetic nobles in order to replace the monarchy. Within the first two years of the Saegyan state, infighting between the two leading political parties, the Saegyan National Party and the Saegyan Popular Front, lead to open conflict again in the Saegyan Revolution (1916-1922). The Saegyan Revolution began in the city of Nonchaek with the

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Saegya is a unitary, one-party Kraussist-Moskvinist socialist republic. Since the establishment of the Socialist Republic by Kei Sukin, Saegya has been ruled by the Saegyan Revolutionary Worker's Party since the end of the Second Saegyan Civil War. The republic has been lead by the principles Sukinist thought that were brought about in the wake of the revolution, and formally published at the conclusion of the second Civil War.

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