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The Nod Parliametari Repubik ef Uiri
uiri.jpg National Flag coatofarms.jpg Coat of Arms

Political/Topographical Map

Motto Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow?
Anthem Tribute to Uiri
Capital and largest city Gogari
  - Official
  - Unofficial

Uir Language,
English French
Demonym Uir
Suffurage Universal for citizens over eighteen years of age
  - Prime Minister
  - President
Parliamentary Republic
Edward Forgul
Edward Forgul
  - tribes
  - French Colony
  - Republic
  - English Colony
  - Republic
CE 200
CE 1604
July 8 1804
CE 1824
CE 1902
 - Total
  - Island
  - Ocean
  - Coastline

384,400 km²
282,600 km²
101,800 km²
1,884 km²
 - approx.

GDP (FY2006/07) -approx. $25.5 trillion
Currency 1 Uir Arjet (UIAR) = 1000 mila / 0.80 USD
Time Zone Pacific Islands Standard Time +12
UN Status Un_delegate.gif
Internet TLD .uir
Calling code +622
Country Code UIR
Sports Code UIR
Carplate Code UI
National Symbols
National animal - Elephant Tuna (Thunnus loxodont)
National flower - Mount Cuk Lily (Rununcus lyalli)
National tree - Cabbage Tree (Cordeline australis)
Patron Saint - Saint Denis

English: The North Parliamentary Republic of Uiri, Uir: Le Nod Parliametari Repubik ef Uiri, Français: Le Nord Republique Parliamentaire de Uiri is an economically powerful nation reknowned for its complete absence of social welfare and inhospitable barren landscape. Elections are held every five years on the 1st of March or the 1st of April( whichever doesn't have easter in them).

Information given to the government of Kitsuneville

1 - What is the legal drinking age? 18

2 - Driving age? n/a, you must be 1.6 m (5'4") tall to drive.

3 - Age of sexual consent? 15

4 - Voting age? 18

5 - At what age would someone become an adult (free from parental control)? 18

6 - What types of recreational drugs (if any) are be legal? Tobacco Alcohol Caffeine

7 - Can people have guns? (if so - who and what kind?) Yes, anyone over the age of 18 may own a handgun and have it on their person.

8 - What is the name of your country? The North Parliamentary Republic of Uiri (in english)

9 - Do you have the death penalty? Yes. For murder. Same style as they murdered. e.g. if you shot someone you would be shot in the same place(s)

10 - What what is the speed limit? Most regular streets: 80 km/h Highway: 140 km/h Open: 110km/h

11 - What types of religions are permitted or restricted? More/less everyone is Roman Catholic.

Which of the following are be legal:

12 - Porn? Yes, over 18

13 - Prostitution? Yes, over 18

14 - Polygamy? No

15 - Homosexuality? Yes

16 - Stem cell research? Yes

17 - Human Cloning? Yes

18 - Cock Fighting? Yes

19 - Slavery? No

20 - Hunting? Yes (Desert/Mountain areas only)

21 - Fishing? Yes

22 - Eating meat? Yes

23 - Littering? No

24 - Unisex bathrooms? No

25 - Suicide? No, although the government has no authority over it

26 - Gay marriage? Yes, only it i called Civil Union, not marriage

27 - Abortion? Yes

28 - What types of sexual activity (if any) are illegal? any if one of the partners is either a) doesn't ive consent, or b) is under sexual consentment age, otherwise, all are legal.

29 - Is your countries clothing optional or mandatory? You must be clothed in public places

30 - Would you have obscenity laws? If so - how would you define "obscene". No

31 - What system do you have for taxes? - Income tax? (how much?) Flat Rate approx. 17-18% - Sales tax? (how much?) n/a - Import/Export tax? (how much?) n/a

32 - What is the criteria for someone to pass to become a citizen? Must be born on Uir soil, must have anscestors born on Uir soil

33 - What types of people do you allow (or not allow) into your country? Anyone as long as they do not have a criminal record anywhere

34 - What type of government are you? Parliamentary Republic

35 - To what degree is your government allowed to censor or restrict the media? none

36 - Aside from laws - what sort of unofficial (and unenforced) cultural rules and traditions do you have? Taking off shoes inside a residential building, asking pardon when releasing burping and/or farting.


Ui was the Chief God of the ancient Uir tribe -ri meant place of in the language of the ancient Uir tribe. -r meant people of in the languag of the ancient Uir tribe. Uiri therefore means Place of Ui, or Place of the Chief God. Uir means people of Ui or People of the Chief God.

History as given to Zhonghua Renguo History Society

Since circa 250 AD there has been a native tribe on the island which is now known as Uiri. They developed a system of trade and established a base unit from which the value of everything was calculated. It was called an Ret. It was a unit of measurement and not like coins or paper money we use today. They developed a tribal system and the value of everything the tribe had was calculated once per solar year. There was no private property only tribe owned property. At first there were many tribes on the land of what is now Uiri. Eventually, through marriage they emerged around five tribes and they defined there own territory and because of the size of the tribe breeded only with in themselves.

Then at around 1500-1600 a French boat trying to find the spanish south america sailed right aournd south america thinking it was the northen continent. This ship eventually spotted The Pacific Islands and landed on the coast of the Uir tribe. The Uir tribe had by then, established dominance over the other tribes. They called the foreigners Fran because there first statement was "Je parle Francais". They believed Francais to mean Fran to mean Foreign and -cais to mean royalty. They thought the foreigner said, "I am foreign royalty". When the foreigners asked what they place was called, the natives were just deciphering the first statement and said "Frani"; and so the territory became the French Colony of Frani. (It's my second country to show what it was like during French rule, with some exadgeration.)

So, the land of the tribe became a colony for around a century or two. That is when the peasants in main land france rebelled and the government of the colony was in distress. What would become of their king? The natives, sensing this, rebelled and drove away the french. The french language and customs became integrated into their society and so they developed the Arjet from the french word for money and silver, Argent.

The tribe struggled to find a system of government where they would choose how they were run. In the Republique de Uiri each citizen would vote from one of three options on what to do on any issue brought up by anyone. They couldn't force everyone to vote but jus as they were trying to solve this problem the English invaded.

The English were soon overthrown and the Uir (by now extended to mean all the natives) enforced a law to make everyone vote. This is how the country has been since around 1830. There haven't been any civil wars and the country has stayed within the Pacific Islands mostly, until the formation of the UN which they joined.


Uiri politics is all about getting an established fanbase in some of the areas. Perhaps catering to the desert and mountain regions in order to gain their votes and in the process have senators from your party represent them. Once a majority is achieved, you appeal to the whole nation without loosing your fanbase.

Electoral process

In Uiri because of a large lack of literacy the ballots have boxes with the colour of the corresponding party instead of names.

On the first of April or March, which ever one easter doesn't fall in, every five years there is one big voting across the country. Everyone who is 19 years of age may vote. The votes are tallied up according to which colour( the party which uses it as its colour) gets the most votes. They are also tallied as to which party got the majority at each group of two voting centers. These are then applied to elect people to the Representative Assembly and the Senate.

In Uiri there is a law in the constitution stating that there must be at least three political parties and that one party must use blue, one party must use green and one party must use orange. Each of these three parties have become known as the [insert their respective colour] party.

For the Representative Assembly the total number of votes are divided by 100. The number of hundredths of votes + 1 = the number of seats that party gets in the Representative Assembly. This gives between 100 and 100+total number of parties possible seats. Usually there are 103.

For the senate the voting centers are grouped into 50 groups of two. The majority party of each group gets one seat in the senate giving fifty senators.

The leader of the majority party in the Representative Assembly becomes the Prime Minister who deals with the internal affairs of the country. The leader of the majority party of the senate becomes President who attends diplomatic functions and manges the military.

If a party shares a majority in both Houses then they may take on the functions of Presient and Prime Minister, taking on the title Minister-President or they may hire a close assistant to take one of these functions who may be replaced at anytime.


Rank Name Party Terms Start of tenure End of tenure
1st Heni Huso Blue 4 1804 1824
2nd Viky Mason Blue 3 1902 1917
3rd Mikel Caji Green 3 1917 1932
4th Kido Garok Orange 5 1932 1957
5th Felik Solan Green 1 1957 1960
6th Tomas Piko Orange 1 1960 1962
7th Col Vig Blue 5 1962 1987
8th Bob Ruhol Green 3 1987 2002
9th Edward Forgul Blue 2 2002 2007
10th David Aposon Blue 1+ 2007 present

Prime Ministers

Rank Name Party Terms Start of tenure End of tenure
1st Ivan Nefu Green 2 1804 1814
2nd Heni Huso Blue 2 1814 1824
3rd Viky Mason Blue 3 1902 1917
4th Mikel Caji Green 3 1917 1932
5th Kido Garok Orange 3 1932 1947
6th Felik Solan Green 3 1947 1957
7th Tomas Piko Orange 1 1957 1962
8th Aron Soth Blue 3 1962 1977
9th Jon Pamil Orange 5 1977 1992
10th Bob Ruhol Green 3 1992 1997
11th Edward Forgul Blue 2 1997 2007
12th Luk Monikison Blue 1+ 2007 present


Rank Name Party Terms Start of tenure End of tenure
1st Heni Huso Blue 2 1814 1824
2nd Viky Mason Blue 3 1902 1917
3rd Mikel Caji Green 3 1917 1932
4th Kido Garok Orange 3 1932 1947
5th Tomas Piko Orange 1 1960 1962
6th Bob Ruhol Green 1 1992 1997
7th Edward Forgul Blue 2+ 2002 2007

Foreign Relations

Uiri's Foreign policy has quite usually been summed up in...don't become a colony. They have always tried to avoid conflict wherever possible even when dealing with a nation with only a quarter of their population. You never know who or what their allies may be. In general Uiri has been quite diplomatic and avoided all wars. Of course, with Mr. Forgul's new immigration policy, who knows where they will end up.

Uiri Armed Forces

The armed forces in Uiri is a good bunch. There's a pride in working in the military which has lead to little shortages of military personnel. Approximately 0.8% of Uiri's population is either an active or reserve troop. 0.3% is in the reserves and the remianing 0.5% are active troops. These numbers may seem small but it gives and approximate of 7.5 million soldiers Active and Reserve.

Land Forces

Troops are organized by every eight thousand. 22 percent - 1760 - are in th land army for every 1 million inhabitants. Only Half of these are actual fighters, the rest are logisitcs personnel. That leaves 880. A quarter of these run tanks. That's 220. With four men per tank, per every million inhabitants there are 660 soldiers and 55 tanks ready to defend them. The army is divided into squads of four. There are 165 squads. Then the squads are grouped into patrols, each containing three squads. There are 55 patrols. Patrols are grouped into platoons, five patrols to a platoon. All the platoons are grouped into a company. Five companies form a Battalion, 4 Battalions to a Regiment, 5 Regiments to a Brigade, 2 brigades to a division, five divisions to the army. 1 Division makes up the reserves.

1st Divison

- 11th and 12th Brigades

- 111th, 112th, 113th, 114th and 115th Regiments

- 1111th, 1112th, 1113th and 1114th Battalions

- 11111th, 11112th, 11113th, 11114th and 11115th Companies

- 1st Platoon of the 11111th Company, 2nd Platoon ", 3rd Platoon ", 4th Platoon ", 5th Platoon ", 6th platoon ", 7th Platoon ", 8th Platoon ", 9th Platoon ", 10th Platoon " and 11th Platoon "

- 11th partol of the 11111th Company, 12th Patrol ", 13th Patrol ", 14th Patrol " and 15th Patrol

- 111th Squad of the 11111th Company, 112th Squad " and 113th Squad "

- 1st Soldier of the 111th Squad of the 11111th Company, 2nd Soldier ", 3rd Soldier " and 4th Soldier "

Air Forces

Just like the Land Forces have troops by every eight thousand, the Air Forces do too. 44.5 percent - 3,560 - are in the Air Army for every million inhabitants. Only one quarter of these are actual pilots. The rest are logistics and engineer personnel. This leaves 890 trrops. They are either assigned to a Eurcopter Tiger or MiG-27. They are divided among 225 'Copters and 440 MiG-27's. The MiG-27's are put into sections of five aircraft each. Making 88 MiG sections. They are then put into Flights of two sections each or Five Tigers. 45 Tiger Flights and 44 -27 flights. Then they are put into Squadrons. A squadron comprises 5 Tiger Flights or 4 MiG Flights. This means nine Eurocopter squadrons and 11 MiG Squadrons. 3 squadrons or 2 squadrons of MiG's for every fourth MiG wing, comprise a wing. 3 Eurocopter wings and 4 MiG wings ( only 1 of them only having two squadrons) make up a Group. 10 Groups make a Command and 10 commands make up the air force. 2 Commands makes up the reserves.

1st Command

- 10th Group, 11th Group, 12th Group, 13th Group, 14th Group, 15th Group, 16th Group, 17th Group, 18th Group and 19th Group

- 101st Wing (Copters), 102nd Wing (Copters), 103rd Wing (Copters), 104th Wing (Jets), 105th Wing (Jets), 106th Wing (Jets), 107th Wing (Jets, short a squadron)

-1011th Squadron, 1012th Squadron and 1013th Squadron (Non-existant in any Wing ending with a 7)

-10111th Flight, 10112th Flight, 10113th Flight, 10114th Flight and 10115th Flight (Non-existant in Wings ending with 4,5,6 or 7)

-104111th Section and 104112th Section (Only in Wings ending in 4,5,6 or 7)

-1st through 5th Helicopter of the 10111th Flight, 1st through fifth Jet of the 104111th Section

Naval forces

Although Land Forces and Air Forces are organized by every eight thousand, the Navy is organized by every eighty thousand. The troops remaining (33.5% or 2,680 per eight thousand) are in the Navy. That's 26,800 per eighty thousand. 2/3 of these are logistics personnel on land. That leaves 8,930. 3,000 are divided among 4 Jeanne d'Arc (R 97)s. 1,400 are divided among 10 Francis Garnier (L9031)s. 1,000 are divided among 10 Dupuy d'Lome (A759)s. 3,000 are divided among 10 Duguay-Trouin (D 611)s. The remaining troops are put into the Special Submarine Squads (SSS).


A map of uiri

The Green in the north of the map represents the tropical rainforest in the north of Uiri. The little black dots are towns with populations from 1 million to 50 million. There are many of these, especially along the coastline. The grey triangles (and quadrilaterals because they are represented behind the forefront mountains) are mountains. There are many many villages with populations of 1 million or less. The orange is the desert which is created by the rain shadow effect. The blue is surface water. the blue lines are the Kalir River and the river which joins it from a westerly mountain is the Halor River. At the end is a salt water basin. The water which flos down is freshwater but when it reaches the basin it becomes salty because of the minerals in the shores. Along the rivers are more towns and even a couple of villages. Along the coast all around the island are towns. A lot of their economy is based on the privatised beaches.

Gogari, the capital and largest city is in a valley; protected from attack. Pilots flying planes in and out of Uiri International Airport must be trained at the Uir School of Air and Flight. All the government buildings are here and so are the headquarters of many corporations giving services to the citizens of Uiri. The city is also home to UofU or university of Uiri where all the politicians, lawyers, doctors and IT are trained. Of the 450 million inhabitants, 75% earn a yearly income of more than 75,000 USD.

Not far from the Valley of Goga,the valley is also named for the "God" which the capital is named, there is a Tidal energy plant, producing 50% of the electricity in Gogari and 40% of the elctricity of the Rainforest communities. the two or three power plants alone account for 20% of all the electricity of Uiri.

Fokiri, the other big city of the country is situated 10 km north of the Uranium Mines and Nuclear Power Plant Group. All situated in a nice little area.The Nuclear Power Plants produce electricity for all of the desert and some mountain communities. The only place it doesn't provide electricity to is the various communities in the rain forest. It produces the other 50% of the electricity in Gogari and 70% of the countries total electricity. Fokiri has a population of 250 million.

The rainforest communities often consist of factories situated together and the people who work in them - and their families. In between these communities are various farms which are doing the best they can on the rainforest soil, mostly growing exoctic trees including the national one and brewing the national alcoholic drink.


Uiri's economy is very good as evidenced by it's high GDP and GDP per capita although there are three main industries which are the biggest, Uranium Mining, Information Technology and Automobile manufacturing. The Primary Sector is the biggest followed by the tertiary and then the secondary. This is one of the reason's for Uiri's low literacy rate. Of course, literacy rate is defined as 'being able to read and write a sentence in one's first language'. A lot of people can read but not write, except for their signature.

Uranium Mining

Uiri's biggest sector is Uranium mining because of the large open pit mine 10 km south of Fokiri. It employs 119 million people, most of them miners, constantly rotating shifts because of the radiation. The uranium is then transported to the nearby Power plant. The plant itself employs another 20.4 million and then another 30.6 million to put the Uranium back in another section of the mine. All in all, Uranium Mining and Nuclear Energy employs approximately quarter of the adult population. With the gold, silver and nickel mines it approximately employs 30% of all the adults in Uiri.

Information Technology

There are approximately 34 million IT staff in Goagri. In order to be an IT staff you have to meet 3 criteria but two of them are nescessary for the last.

a) you must be able to read and write b) you must be a graduate of UofU c) you must be registered with the Government.

The first two are more or less only found in Gogari because school is privatised and all of the wealthiest people in Uiri live in the capital or are managing a factory or on of the few mines or power plants in Uiri most of the reading and writing population is in Uiri. Not to mention the fact that University of Uiri is in Gogari.

Automobile Manuacturing

There are approximately seventy automobile factories in Uiri. These factories turn out 50 cars a day each. Thi is at a rate of 1 automobile in less than 10 minutes at wage of about $19 US an hour. Each factory needs about 300 workers. People in Uiri don't need anything but a high school diploma in order to work in any kind of factory. The major manufacturers in Uiri are:

Uir Mini Mobiles Uir Sports Mobiles Uir Expensive Motors Uir Family Mobiles Uir General Motors Uir Trucking Motors Uir Van Mobiles


Statistics Uiri's 2007 Census counted 975 876 230 people. About a 3% increase from the 2002 consensus most due to natural growth. Approximately 85% of everybody in Uiri lives less than 200 km away from a body of water. This, of course includes rivers, basns and the Pacific Ocean.

According to the 2007 census, 74% of everyone identified as French-Native. 15% identified as British Native. 6% idenitied as British-French-Native. 2.25% identified as wholly Native, 2.1% identified as wholly French and 0.3% identified as wholly British. 0.2% identified as British-French and 0.15% didn't identify as one of the above categories. This gives the percentages of:

Native (wholly and mixed): 97.25%

French (wholly and mixed): 82.3%

British (wholly and mixed): 21.5%

Uiri doesn't have a significant number of immigrants due to a policy of not accepting people with criminal records nor refugees on the principal that they will probably take the jobs of citizens. The reason it has immigrants at all is due to the policy of 'anyone born on Uir soil is an Uir citizen and all their anscestors shall be aswell' although there is no naturalization process if your child is a citizen it is possible to get a visa which more or less gives all the rights of a citizen without voting rights.

According to the Census, 98% of citizens practise Roman Catholicism, 1% identified as being protestant, 0.5% practices another christian religion, 0.25% practises Judaism, 0.2% practises Islam, 0.02% practices Buddhism, 0.02% practices Hinduism and 0.01% practices another religion.

The census was provided using a majority of ways, including television broadcasts, radio broadcasts, internet surveys with a telephone number and more. This is mainly because only about one-fifth of the population can read and write.


The culture of Uiri has been heavily influenced by English and French culture and the culture of its indigenous people.


There are three sports which are popular in Uiri, Formula One, Baseball and Football (Soccer). There are national Baseball and Football Leagues and there is an Uir Formula One team run by United Uir Racing Mobile Manufacturers.

Uir National Football Organization

The Uir National Football Organization (UNFO) has 58 clubs divided into 4 Leagues, 8 at the 1st level, 10 at the second level, 15 at the third level and 25 at the fourth. Clubs recieve three points for a win and one for a draw with none for a loss. When clubs are ranked this is the first factor used. Then is goal differential next is head-to-head results, which should break the tie unless he home and away matches were draws, if so or if the teams didn't play each other then they play each other on a neutral venue, if its a draw at the end of play they play a sudden death (next goal wins) period of 30 minutes. This has proven to resolve any tie.

At the top we have the Upper Professional League (UPL) with eight clubs. The clubs are ranked based on the previous year's performance and every club plays each other club twice, once home and once away over 4 weeks. They are then ranked. The top two go on to the Regional League, the bottom two trade with the top two of the Lower Professional League (LPL), 1st in the LPL assuming 7th and 2nd in the LPL assuming 8th for the next years' season.

The LPL has clubs in two conferences of five clubs each. The teams which placed in an odd spot (1,3,5,7 or 9) are in the A conference and the other clubs are in the B conference. Each club plays every other club in their conference twice, home and away over a period of four weeks. They are then ranked. The top two go up to the UPL, the 7th from the UPL assuming rank of first and the 8th from the UPL assuming rank of 2nd for next year. The bottom three go down to the Upper Ametuer League (UAL), the best three from the ametuer league playing a series of home and away games to determine 8th, 9th and 10th for next season.

The UAL has three conferences of five clubs each. There is the Blue Conference, the Green Conference and the Orange Conference. Teams stay with the conference they're put in randomly until they move up or down. Each team plays every other team in their conference twice, home and away over 4 weeks. They are then ranked. Bottom three clubs from the LPL are randomly placed in one conference. The top three teams from the Lower Ametuer League (LAL) are randomly put in conferences as they switch with the 5th placing clubs.

The LAL has five conferences of five teams each. The three worst teams from the UAL switch with the three best teams in the LAL. The conferences are 1,2,3,4 and 5. Each club in the conference plays every other club in the conference home and away over 4 weeks. The best team from each conference plays each other twice, home and away over two weeks. The best three teams in this 'conference' advance to the UAL, and switch with the last place teams in the UAL conferences.