|The Unified Republic of the Free People of Ireland
The Unified Republic of Ireland
|Motto: People United|
|Anthem: Ireland's Call
|-||General Secretary||Gregorin Branovich|
|-||Chairperson of the House||Fergail O'Donnall|
|-||Upper house||House of Senators|
|Patron saints||St. Patrick|
The state is a successor of the Old Republic of Ireland which only consisted of five-sixths of Ireland because the North Eastern part of the country was under the control of the British. The Old Republic was formed through the Anglo Irish Treaty of 1919 but hardline republicans did not accept its signing and rebelled in the North. The War of the Isles broke out between the The Irish Freedom Society and the British Army and Ulster Red Hand Regiment. The Old Republic survived up until the Statute of Establishment was passed by the British Government that handed over the North Eastern part of the country to the Republic in 1931 12 years after the war began.
After the success of gaining total independence the Government abolished the Old Constitution and began drafting a new one. It was renamed the Unified Republic of Ireland (which is likely to be changed in the Irelands Name Referendum) and was consisted of 32 counties for the first time in 700 years. It then set out to improve international relations appointing new ambassadors and set up its Foreign Executive. It has since became greatly independent from Britain and many of the Northern Terrorist Groups have agreed to ceasefires and there has been peace at last in the country.
It ranks as one of the wealthiest countries in the world. After it joined the Confederation of Nations for Peace its army was strengthened and its relations with other nations has rapidly improved. It joined the International Trade Union and its economy grew exponentially beyond any economists prediction. This "boom" continued from them joining the ITU in 1956-1988 the economy slowed down with the Downfall of the Great Socialist Union which caused great economic depression. It then grew exponentially again from 1992-2010. It was then slowed down again from the Worldwide Banking Crisis.
After the the 32 county republic had been united a new name was needed. To distinct its self from the Imperial Republic of Ireland the country changed its name to the Unified Republic of Ireland. Normally by many people it is referred to as simply Ireland.
The Control over Ireland by the English
Ireland had been ruled by many Gaelic Lords for thousands of years and many Anglo Norman Lords and the English only controlled a area around Dublin and Belfast. With the plantations the english soon largely took over the island and by 1652 the entire island of Ireland was under the control of the English.