Free African Union in comparison to the rest of the world.
Motto "Liberty and Independence." (Swahili)
"Anthem of Africa"
Capital and largest city
Latin, English, Ghanese, Egyptian
Maasai, Zulu, Zande, Bakongo, Ambundu
The Free African Union, or the FAU for short, is a state located in Southwestern Africa. It was formed out of a coalition of smaller African states, banding together in response to Egyptian and Ghanese imperial expansion. It is the only full democracy in the African continent.
The Free African Union was formally in the year 1871, initially as an alliance between a series of small African kingdoms. With the Egyptians to the East, and the Ghanese to the North, the kingdoms banded together in a military alliance, though it later evolved into an economic alliance. Eventually, under the leadership of Kwame Amare, the kingdoms were united into a single nation, deemed the Free African Union. Amare was later elected first President of the Union.
The FAU is a federal republic, headed by the President. The President is the commander in chief of the military, and issues certain foreign affairs.