|Republic of Cyprus
Δημοκρατία της Κύπρος
|— State of the Danubian Federation —|
|Motto: Ζωή, Ελευθερία και Δικαιοσύνη (Life, Freedom, and Justice)|
|- Type||Unicameral Republic|
|- Prime Minister||Alp Mustafa|
|Population (1883 Census)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|- Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
Cyprus is a tiny island nation off the coast of Turkey and Syria. It is home to a Greek and Turkish Population. After the First Levant-Balkan War, Cyprus was given to the Federation along with Albania. The island is one of the quietest states in the Federation, for no major events have come out of it yet.
- The Prime Minister is elected by Popular Vote and serves for a term of 4 years with unlimited terms if continually re-elected.
- Can approve and veto bills passed by the Cypriot Assembly. Vetoes can be overridden by a 2/3 vote.
- Prime Minister may propose bills to be voted on in the Cypriot Assembly, but may not vote on any bills
- Organizes and manages the state militia, infrastructure, and any other economic factors.
- May be voted out of office if all 20 members of the assembly vote so.
- If the Prime Minister dies, resigns, or is incapacitated, the Assembly Leader will become Prime Minister for the rest of the term.
- Cyprus's Unicameral State Congress made up of 20 elected representatives.
- Five representatives are chosen from each of the four major counties of Cyprus.
- Each representative serves a term of 4 years, with a max of two terms.
- Votes on bills proposed in the Assembly, and if passed by a majority, are passed to the Prime Minister for approval.
- Vetoes from the Prime Minister may be overridden by a 2/3 vote.
- The Assembly may vote the Prime Minister out of Office, but all 20 representatives must vote for this.
- The Assembly is led by the Assembly Leader, who is from the Assembly, and is chosen by the Assembly.
The Island of Cyprus has 4 major counties: