The Capital of Alexandrogrod was changed back to Kiev the day upon Krajinia's declaring of independence.
After 5 years of actively fighting for recognition of its independence, Krajinia over the next 20-odd years would struggle with its totalitarian heritage to form a republican based system (a form most preferred even though they were not entirely in love with Rome or the Concilium Mundi). 500 years of Czarist history made it difficult for the country as a whole to mentally shake off despotic trends. When civilian government was attained, it was an authoritarian single party but the will and patriotism of the people allowed it to still run smoothly enough; although both the CM and some citizens worried over the problems of corruption and lack of experienced political guidance.
In both the war and well into the civilian government years, the great rebel leaders of Krajinia (for example Shchyanaz Sharidoon, Shahnam Veriyr, and Baaorz Albadur) managed to work together in unifying their movements and co-operating with the populace. Many of the 'generals' were also advocates of bringing in Roman aides in building the new government.
Regarding religion, Krajinia is notable for being the only eastern Slavic nation to still have more native pagans than Islannists.