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|Roman Popular Republic|
|392 - 1046|
|Capital||Cartago (January - June 392), Alexandria (from June 392)|
|Official language||Latin, African dialects, Arabic dialects, Orient dialects|
|Government||Republic with direct-democracy elements|
|Formation||January - February 392, republican insurgency|
December 1046 - Transasian Coalition Treaty
|Nations||Romans, Arabs, Africans, Gaulics, Jews|
Senate (elected), Council of Elders (consultative, non-elected), Council of ministers (formed by parties)
Consul Tiberius Cornelius Aveciana, popular (first)
Ibrahim Bakkani, popular (last)
Populares (left-wing) - 79% last election (1040)
Optimates (right-wing) - 20% last election (1040)
Centrists (center) - 1% last election (1040)
|Area||6,749,255 km² (1046)|
|Population||2.1 millions (392) 179 millions (1046)|
|GDP||266 millions $ (392), 899 billions $ (1046)|
Roman Popular Republic was established in city Carthago, at february 392, after victorious republican and pagan uprising in Carthago, Tripolis, Tanger and Benghazi. For first 10 years, general Aveciana was declared as absolute dictator with support of senate.
Roman Popular Republic had very strong oil-based economy. Because of great successes in industrial research by Alexandrian and Carthagian scientists and advisor, republic very soon started with building oil-wells and oil rafineries.
Roman Popular Republic, in their early period, was combination of dictatorship and democracy. There was dictator with absolute influence over army and foreign policy, but there was also strong influence of senate and Council of Elders over economy and society.
During most of existence republic, there were only three parties - left wing Populares, right wing Optimates and center Centrists. Most of election was won by Populares because their reforms, liberal pragmatism and because leader of republican revolution in 392, general Aveciana, was enthusiastic supporter of Populares.
In early period, senate had 300 places where 200 were vote by population and 100 were chosen for representatives of barbarian minorities, merchants and craftmen's guilds and other social groups. From this 100 representatives were later created Council of Elders and senate was reduced to 200 senators.
Roman Popular Republic ceased existence by Transasian Coalition Treaty in 1046 when Roman Popular Republic, Indian Federation, Sassanide Republic and Chinese Republic united to Eurasian Federation, which dominated humanity for next few thousand years.
Social oriented with strong regulations, but supporting small enterprises, merchants and small manufacturers.
State created many structures and industrial facilities - refineries, research centers, armament industry, etc.
Economy is also export-oriented on oil selling to India, Sassanide Empire (later Sassanide Republic) and China. Expect oil, government exporting potatoes, bicycles, older firearms and some technologies.
Economy is successful because of very strong orientation to technological research and progress.
Another aspect of success was sea exploration and discovery of Pompeirica. Large continents in Western hemisphere, named after their discoverer, Sextus Pompeius. First colony in Pompeirica was established in summer-autumn 392 and in 395, there were higly developed city Tiberiada with near 30 thousands citizens. It took another 75 years until first of other civilizations and states started colonization of Pompeirica which led to brutal blood war with Indian expansionists. However, war was victorious for Republic.
|First national state budget (392 - 393)|
|Budget:||300 millions denares|
|Social security, education and health care:||17% (51 millions)|
|Army:||15% (45 millions)|
|Infrastructure:||14% (42 millions)|
|Investition:||12% (36 millions)|
|Science and research:||11% (33 millions)|
|Culture and religion:||8% (24 millions)|
|Infrastructure modernization:||6% (18 millions)|
|Agriculture:||5% (15 millions)|
|Trade:||5% (15 millions)|
|State security:||5% (15 millions)|
|Other:||2% (6 millions)|