| Motto: Feja e Shqiptarit është Shqiptaria (National)|
(The faith of Albanians is Albanism)
Ku mbaron shkretëtirë (Traditional)
(Where the desert ends)
| Capital |
| Torva |
|Official language(s)||Albanian, Dhes, Malen (modern)|
| Government |
| Parliamentary Democracy|
February 21, 1996
• 2008 est.
• 2009 census
26,019,877 (- in union)
| GDP |
• Per capita
| 2000 estimate|
$197 billion (- in union)
$9,865 (- in union)
|HDI||0.803 – high|
|Currency|| Malen Lek (|
|Torva and Zera Lavàn are composed of former Qiregatya.|
Malenia, officially the Democratic Republic of Malenia (Albanian: Republika Demokratike e Malenës, Arabic: أقمألهن مي Jumhurriyet As-Malen, Malen: Medinat' Mizreć-Turgima) is a large nation in East Africa . It is Africa's fourth-richest country by per capita income.
Modern humans were estimated to arrive in Malenia around 43,000 years ago from what is now Kenya and Saudi Arabia. By 5000 B.C., early Malenians developed a natural culture of hunting by using the branches of fallen trees as spears. This was later improved by the discovery of the creation of bronze by fusing copper and tin, which was discovered near 3500 B.C.
The Malen Iron Age came around 135 B.C., centered in modern-day Beched, when copper miners successfully managed to smelt an Iron ore. Society was highly tribal, with at least 24 major tribes present in what is now the national border. Coptic was the spoken language among most of these tribes.
The first documented Israeli migration began in 247. Judaism was preached to the locals and adopted by many, as well as the teachings of the Hebrew language. However, Judaism was challenged by the rise of Islam by 700, causing a series of tribal wars. Most notably, the war between the Rautran and Keft Eylemoh tribes and the war between the Luatha and Zamud tribes; both which led to the establishment of the Rautran Kingdom in 784. While Judaism remained the main religion of what is now Malenia, the Rautran Kingdom was dominantly Muslim.
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Malenia has one of the strongest economies in Africa. Over 35,000 people enter the middle class every year. The country's economy is mostly agriculture. However, a recent "microchip boom" in Torva has brought many prominent computer manufacturers to the country.A shift in the economy is currently taking place. The Albanians who once held the prominent positions in government and business are being equaled by their African and Sudanese counterparts. A cycle of low property prices resulting in business increase is recurring within the country, allowing rapid economical growth. The average per capita income is estimated to grow $761 every year. The economy per capita is estimated to be equal to the current American economy by 2026.Nonetheless, poverty is still an issue in Malenia. Impoverished families often live off of scrap metal, or have the ability to grow only enough crops to be sufficient to feed themselves. Often times, impoverished families live in similar areas, such as the city of Solah, where conditions are comparable to those of the South African apartheid
The upper class of Malenia is often centered around communities as well. The homes of the elites, glass condominiums in Torva and Betneset a Tel mansions, for example, are often centered around communities of extreme affluence. Many of these homes are owned by the descendents of wealthy colonists.
The service industry has become increasingly popular in densely populated cities. Roadside cafes, diners, and bakeries are becoming more common in cities such as Zera Lavan, Torva, and Misha. Convenience stores have also began to grow as a concept in Malenia.
See Also: Political Divisions of Malenia
Once every week, the parliament meets in Torva to discuss recent issues. The parliament is legally to be composed with Four Dhes or Malen seats, three Albanian seats and one Sudanese seat and the President and Prime Minister.
The Parliament Meeting is held in the nation's capital, which is also the home of the Supreme Court. The capital also houses the National Office of Law, where the nation's critical documentation is written, held, and revised by parliament order.
Malenia's government is built on the principals that every legal, law abiding citizen has the right to free speech, the right to defend himself by bearing arms, the right to land, the right to fair labor, and the right to represent themselves to the government. These statements were justified in the 1997 Epilogue Constitution of Malenia.
Many forms of local government can be found in the country. City and Township governments are the most common. There are also County and Regional governments, which represent a larger area. Towns and villages do not have the right to government, but they have the right to elect their affiliations.
Voting is a right reserved for legal citizens ages 18 and older for Malen, Dhes, and Albanian citizens; and 21 for Sudanese and other citizens. National voting is open to anyone with a legal Malenian ID, but in some local governments, voting is only reserved within it's legal limits to land owners.
Malenia is served by the Malenian Army.
The first government army in Malenia, the Colonial Militia was formed in 1634 under the command of the Albania Trade Company. This military consisted of 387 soldiers chosen through military draft. One out of every five males ages 16 to 24 was drafted for five years.
Rising tension between colonists and natives caused a war between the Colonial Militia and Dhes forces in 1651. Dhes forces, under their proclaimed Rautran Kingdom, launched an attack on Qiregatya on March 3, 1651. Colonial forces responded by burning a temple and homes in the Rautran capital. In 1652, Rautran militants raided the Colonial Militia's main barrack, stealing over modern-day $15,000 in firearms. Despite their loss of equipment, colonial forces triumphed, capturing Rautran King Ayune Faradhe in 1656, putting an end to the war. In return for their victory, the colonists demanded and were granted 30,000 square miles of land.The Colonial Military was disbanded in 1915, when Albania gained it's independence. It was then replaced by the Army of Albanian East Africa, abbreviated USLA (Ushtria së Shqiptar Lindj Afrikë) in Albanian. The army wasn't active in wartime until World War II, where it's forces in cooperation with the British Army battled for seventeen months to liberate the colony from the German Empire. In 1974, an uprising occurred between Jewish Malen groups and the Communist Albanian government imposing Islam. The uprising focused around the Malen suburb of Solah. Many riots occured, some where citizens were armed with no more than branches and baseball bats, and some where citizens were fully armed. The uprising ended in 1977 when Albania withdrew their religious dominance act in Albanian East Africa. In 1997, a year after Malenia's independence, the Army of Albanian East Africa became the National Malenian Army. Today, it stands as the highest policing force in Malenia, ranging from Auxiliary and Riot Policing to Missile Command. Many field soldiers are equipped with modern weaponary, commonly the H&K G36 Assault Rifle, a Makarov PM pistol, and a set of RGD-5 grenades. Often times, National street police, a seperate force from local departments, are armed with a TT-33 pistol.
The present-day military consists of over 1,000,000 men and women. The army consists not only of militant work, but civil and humane duty as well. Some jobs include driving in a food convoy, driving food, clothing and clean water to places with a shortage. Other jobs include cleaning grafitti and vandalism and assisting the needy in repairing their homes.
The militant portion of the National Malenian Army branches out into many divisions. The Naval division controls the aerial and marine brigades. In the past, Naval Pilots have been used to bomb Nazi encampments. Today, Naval Pilots can often be seen commandeering a police helicopter in Malenia's major cities. The National Army also has a division similar to the American SWAT, the Njarda e Armëve speciale dhe taktikat (NeAST). The NeAST is a policing division involved when possible violent arrest methods are required. Malenia also has a semi-closed border policy. The Departamenti i Emigracionit (Department of Immigration) is in control of patrolling the borders and making sure all tourists and immigrants are in the country legally. The Department of Immigration is also in charge of tourism and passport control.
The National Malenian Army is lead by Isvrim Esther, the General of the Military. Slomo Yitkish, Prime Minister of Malenia, stands as the military's Head of Diplomacy.
The population was 73.8% Dhes or Malen, 12.4% Albanian, 9.2% Sudanese, and 4.6% of other ethnicities. 48.2% of the country was Jewish, 29.4% of the country was Muslim, 17.3% of the country was Atheist, 2.8% of the country was Roman Catholic and 2.3% were from another religion.
The median household income in the country was $21,407 (L 1,993,848) and $26,340 (L 2,453,308) for families. The per capita income for the country was $9,865 (L 918,826). 17.6% of the population was below the national poverty line.
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