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The Kingdom of
Flag of Bhkistan
National motto: "8 is our Lucky Number"
National anthem: Bhkistan, We Are Proud
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Region The North Pacific
Capital Chris City
Largest City Bhk
Population 2.75 billion
Suffrage Universal
Official Language(s) English, Spanish, Bhkistani

Head of State
Prime Minister
Deputy Prime Minister
Constitutional Monarchy

King Christopher I
Prince Kyler
Princess Saffi

1st-9th January
1st July
8th November
25th December
26th December

New Year Celebrations
Bhkistan Day
National Holiday
Christmas Day
Boxing Day
ISO Nation Code BHKS
Currency Bhkistan Pound (BKP)
Time Zone -3 GMT
• Summer (DST) No longer Used
Internet TLD .bhk
Calling Code +2811
National Symbols
 • Sport
 • Animal
 • Fruit
 • Flower

Red Lily
UN Status UN MEMBER - Active
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Bhkistan is a large, beautiful and a peaceful country situated in The North Pacific.

It has a shocking history but with history in the past, Bhkistan is rapidly moving on to becoming a wonderful place to live and visit.

Bhkistan consists of mainland Bhkistan and three islands, Austranova, Plorbia and Ozru.

Bhkistan is a constitutional monarchy. The current monarch is King Christopher I and the heir to the throne is Prince Kyler.

Bhkistan was thrown into poverty in the early 14th century, then a economic crash and a civil war also in the 14th century, it has now had time to catch up with the rest of the world.

It is a member of the UN and only has an embassy exchange with eight other countries.

BREAKING NEWS The 27th September marks the new start for Bhkistan. A new government has been installed including the King's son, Kyler as Prime Minister and the King's daughter Saffi, as Deputy Prime Minister.

Government and Politics

The Kingdom of Bhkistan is a constitutional monarchy. The current monarch is King Christopher I who came into power in 1991.

The heir to the throne is Prince Kyler, the King's son.

The current Prime Minister is Prince Kyler who came into power in 2007 after the Labour Party failed to deliver in their years in power (2006-2007). The Labour party were thrown out of power by the King who could'nt watch his country fall anymore. Prince Kyler temporarily became Prime Minister and then was voted in on the 27th September full time with a 72% majority over the conservative party. With a successful campaign, Prince Kyler took office. Prince Kyler was born in Bhk on the 10th February 1981. He also becomes the youngest Prime Minister ever. The Deputy Prime Minister is now Princess Saffi. She is the King's daughter and is also the youngest deputy the country has ever seen. Princess Saffi was born in 1983, also in Bhk.

The next General Elections have been planned for 2010. By then, Prime Minister Prince Kyler wants to lower unemployment, poverty, pollution, higher consumer confidence, GDP, and build a government that the people of Bhkistan can trust and rely on.

The Liberal's are currently in much debt and are considering closing down the party. This means there will only be 2 main parties, with many other small registered political partys. King Christopher I considered in 2003 to take over as Prime Minister, and in 2004, considered giving Prince Kyler the title. Now Prince Kyler is in charge, he will work closely with his father to create a economic power Bhkistan.

The law of Bhkistan follows closely to the English Law.

Foreign Relations of Bhkistan are good, with only a few countries in contact. Bhkistan has no bad relations and the leaders of Bhkistan want to keep it that way. It's main allies are The Republic of Stuart collyer and The Democratic Republic of Nathan Willcock.


The Kingdom of Bhkistan is situated in The North Pacific. The total area of Bhkistan is 3,235,642km squared.

The majority of the terrain is flat, but in central Bhkistan is the mountain range called the Corasas Alps.

Its climate is good, with the average summer temperature of 34c and the average winter temperature of 14c.

Bhkistan is split is half by a river which runs right through the middle of the country and round the Corasas Alps. The river is called Aquani.

Its largest City is Bhk, the old capital, followed by Afjy, the sporting capital.

In 2007, the Bhkistan Royal Navy discovered to more islands south of Bhkistan. Bhkistan have claimed these two considerably large islands and have begun building small towns, villages and farms. Temporary runways and ports have been made to transport people and goods.

Capital Move 10th September 2007

On the 1st May 2007, the head of state inquired about a possible capital expansion. However, on the west of the river Aquani, there is no more room for the capital Bhk to expand. So on the 1st July, the head of state then issued all goverment buildings will be moving to a recently built town dedicated to the current King. However, the government had many intense meetings with the head of state and they decided to move capital altogether. Opening on the 10th September, the capital and also city will now be called Chris City. Bhk is still the largest city in the country, and Chris City will be right next door to Bhk, just lying east and across the river Aquani.


The population of Bhkistan in September 2007 was 2,750,000,000.

The literacy rate of Bhkistan is 100%. A lot of money is spent on education. Approximately 23% of the government budget.

Migration has always been low in Bhkistan with not many people moving in or out of Bhkistan. New immigration laws will keep migration into the country as low as possible to help control the population boom in Bhkistan.


Bhkistan White 93% Mixed 3% Black 2% Other 2%

Chris City (Capital) White 95% Mixed 2% Other 3%


After the economy collapsed in the 14th century, Bhkistan took hundreds of years to catch up.

The industrial revolution helped in the 19th century.

Bhkistans economy nowadays is thriving.

The agriculture sector accounts for 1.5% of Bhkistan's GDP.

The creatives industry accounts for 8% of the GDP.

Bhkistan's manufacturing sector accounts for 22% of the GDP.

Interest and inflation rates are at a controlled rate.

The official GDP is $45,000,000,000,000 in September 2007.

  • £22.5 trillion - GBP
  • £28.8 trillion - BKP

The official GDP Per Capita is $16,672 in August 2007.

  • £8,336 - GBP
  • £10,670 - BKP

The government wants to increase attention on the current GDP and GDP per capita in the upcoming years. It wants to double the figures in 20 years.


used in: Bhkistan
introduced: 1st January 1950
Exchange Rate: BKP£1 = $1.64

The Bhkistan Pound is a powerful currency used in only Bhkistan. The King has banned other nations from using it because it is now part of out national identity which the King is currently making all Bhkistani's aware of and that they should be proud of their nation.


English is the official language. Spanish is spoken in Austranova. Bhkistani is now spoken on Plorbia and is increasing in Bhkistan's houses. Now 6% of Bhkistanis speak Bhkistani.


Christianity is the main religion in Bhkistan. The government is spending less in the religion sector because now 60% of the population aren't religious. In 1996, 45% were non-religious, so this is rising.

  • 36% are Christians,
  • 1% are Hindus,
  • 1% are Sikhs,
  • 1% are Muslims,
  • 1% are from other religions.
  • 60% have no religion / do not follow any religion

Only 1% of the population go to their place of worship at least once a week.

However £1 billion is to be spent cleaning up and revamping the places of worship in the next year.


Their is a lot of money spent on public transport. The bus, train, tube and taxi services in Bhkistan are of the highest standard. This is to reduce pollution that cars make.

The motorways of Bhkistan are now open. This is due to the recontruction of all major and minor motorways. In the early 90's, plans for major motorways to increase from 3 lanes to 6 lanes, and minor motorways to increase from 2 lanes to 3 lanes. This was completed in June 2007, and officially opened on the 20th July 2007. This is to reduce congestion by 45%.

Now the motorways have been upgraded, the speed limit on motorways is now 80mph/129kph. Not on motorways - In towns the speed limit is 60mph/96kph, and in villages it is 30mph/48kph. Around school areas there are many speed bumps, and the speed limit is now 15mph/24kph. However on the motorway in south-eastern Bhkistan the speed limit is 100mph/161kph.

All drivers and passengers of cars must wear seat belts. Anyone under 12 must not sit in the front passenger seat. The driving age is 18, which means you have two years to train with a qualified driving instructor and can then take a driving test at the age of 20.

The National Rail Service of Bhkistan is due to start work on a reconstruction on all railways and stations in 2008. This will make trains run faster and more effectively, stations cleaner, tubes faster and will also reduce congestion. Bhkistan has also recently purchased 50 high speed trains which can go up to 130mph/210kph.

Bhkistan has 900 airports, but 50 will be closing down by 2012. 50 airports will be made bigger to cope with the loss of 50 small airports.

Car Registration Plates were changed in 2003.

  • Bhk - BHK yyllll

It begins with the area the car was made. The yy stand for the last two numbers of the year it was made in. The two l's are the last two letters on a code which is printedunderneath the car.


English, Mathematics and Science are core subjects. Also taught in primary and secondary schools are Art, Geography, History, ICT, PE, RE, Music, Cooking, 2 languages out of Dutch, Spanish, Bhkistani and French. Building, communication, drama, photography and many other subjects can be chosen when the pupil reaches year 10 (Ages 14-15).

Primary Schools start at 8.30am and finish at 3.30pm

Secondary Schools start at 8.00am and finish at 3.45pm

Primary schools maximum class size is 22, and secondary schools is 18.

College and University costs have been reduced in recent years and more people are now carrying on instead of leaving school at 16 to go and work.

However, the compulsory age is increasing from 16 to 18 in 2008.


Bhkistan has an army, navy, air force and home front. The commander in cheif is the current monarch, King Christopher I. The government have no rights in ordering the troops into a war.

Bhkistan's military expenditure for 2007 was $6.6 trillion, £3.25 trillion or BKP£3.04 trillion which is 19% of the government budget.

King Christopher I recently announced the introduction of military service for all men and women. Men have to complete 6 months between the age of 21-25. They can enter the army, navy or air force. Women have to complete 4 months between the age of 21-25. They can enter the army, navy or home front in which they learn how to prepare for a war, making weapons etc.

Bhkistan hasn't got any nuclear weapons. A quote from King Christopher I on 8th November 2006, "We are a peaceful country looking for friends, not enemies. We will never threaten a country and we will never look for a war. We will always attempt to use a diplomatic way to solve any issues or problems."

Bhkistan's forces are not deployed anywhere at this current time. However their are bases on the 3 islands of Bhkistan.

Bhkistan currently has 10 million active service personnel and a reserve force of 1 million, which totals 11 million. Bhkistan has no paramilitary.

90% of Bhkistan's houses now come with shelters. Also, air raid shelters are being installed in houses and they are connected to a highly guarded button which is pushed when foreign planes fly into Bhkistan's airspace etc.

Bhkistan Airways

Bhkistan Airways is the largest airline of Bhkistan. Its main hubs are Bhk National Airport and King Christopher Airport also situated in Bhk, with its secondary hub, Afjy Airport situated in Afjy. The Bhkistan Airways planes are sometimes referred to the most colourful fleet in the world with the flag spread right across the plane. Bhkistan Airways fleet is retiring in December 2007, with all new aircraft beginning on the 1st January 2008. It has ordered 15 x Airbus A380 and 15 x Boeing 747 which is costing the state-run airline company $9,000,000,000 = £4,500,000,000 = BK£4,787,234,000


Bhkistan has a reliable telephone service.

Telephone codes:

Then a 5 digit number follows. These 5 digits are random and belong to the household.

Postal Codes:

n = number

l = letter

Bhkistan National Mail is still a popular way of sending mail. Other mail companies in Bhkistan are not reliable, therefore Bhkistan National Mail is chosen by 98% of all customers. Bhkistan National Mail) also has it's own email service which was created in 2002. Stamps - Are now circle in shape, and are the size of the tip of an average index finger. There is only one stamp, which is called 1st Class. The price of a 1st class stamp is 5pence each.

National Symbols

The national sport is Football (Soccer). See below.

The national animal is the cat. It took over from the elephant in the year 2000.

The national flower is a Red Lily. Red is taken from the flag of Bhkistan.

The national anthem: Bhkistan, We Are Proud

Bhkistan, we are proud

Bhkistan, we are loud

Bhkistan, we are tall

Bhkistan, will never fall

Bhkistan, nosotros estamos

Bhkistan orgullosos, nosotros somos

Bhkistan fuertes, nosotros somos

Bhkistan alto, nunca caeremos

Bhkistan, aw aru driop

Bhkistan, aw aru diol

Bhkistan, aw aru lult

Bhkistan, lalw ravan lulf


People in Bhkistan are massive fans of sports.

Football (soccer) is the national sport and the most popular. Bhkistan has 100 professional teams, 200 amateur teams and about 500 sunday league teams. Bhkistan's top league is called the Premier. The leagues then go to League 2, 3 and 4. Bhkistan's national stadium is called The Bhkistan National which is situated in Bhk. It has a capacity of 110,000 all seater.

Bhkistanis also like tennis, badminton, netball and it's most recent upcoming sport, baseball.

The baseball league was recently created and the eastern city of Eilanla closes down on Thursdays at 3pm, to get ready to host games at their brand new stadium.

Cricket, Rugby and Basketball are to be introduced in secondary school when the 2008-2009 academic year begins. This is to attempt to increase the popularity in these sports, which may lead to creating national teams and regional teams later on.


Bhkistan love its music. It has its own top 40 chart show, and 25 music channels on its BHKTV which also has about 1000 other channels.

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Bhkistan produced many composers.

Since then, the music has transformed to R'n'b, hip-hop and pop and Bhkistan has now been bringing in music from other countries since 1970's.

Every year, a national concert is held in Austranova. With it's tropical weather, sandy beaches and modern towns, it never fails. Over 500,000 people attend with an estimated 1 billion watching the show on TV.

Also every year, the country holds a song contest called the Bhkivision. Each region, (total of 30) holds their own semi-final. Then the winners of every region compete in a grand final. The public then vote for the song they want to win (apart from themselves) and the winner is announced at the end. Also, the winner will bring the contest to their region for the following year.

Embassy Exchanges

In the capital, Chris City, there is the embassy square, where nations have been granted a floor in one of the many glorious buildings that surround the gardens and stone roads and pavings. There are 8 buildings containing 8 floors each. They are all named after the 8 big cities in Bhkistan. Only 1 building is occupied by other nations so far. The 8 buildings are called:

  • Bhk

Floor 1: Reception 2: The Republic of Stuart collyer 3: The Democratic Republic of Nathan Willcock 4: The United States of Calizorinstan 5: The Free Empire of Vontanas 6: The United States of Philimbesi 7: The Republic of Mathism 8: Roof - Helicopter Pad

  • Afjy

Floor 1: Reception 2: The People's Republic of Alfegos 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: Roof - Helicopter Pad

  • Canterbury
  • Austranova
  • Ozru
  • Newcastle
  • Plorbia
  • Bergonson