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|Motto: "Fi Quleu, Rur Suxeu"
"From the worst, make the best."
|Anthem: "Sha Tsar Suqota Rei"|
Kyrloth in The East Pacific
|Region||The East Pacific|
and largest city
|Recognised national languages||Vaaran, Codexian, Felaener|
|Sinter Tass (SG)|
|Keren Atsra (SG)|
|Legislature||House of Debate|
|-||Unification (as Zreiru'a)||1652|
337,260 sq mi
|GDP (PPP)||2019 estimate|
|-||Total||1.72 trillion Ↄ! (SH$408 billion)|
|-||Per capita||154,000 Ↄ! (SH$37,045)|
|Time zone||Kyrlot Time (UTC+0)|
|Drives on the||left|
|ISO 3166 code||KYR|
Kyrloth, officially the Republic of Kyrloth (Vaaran: Reirenua is'Kirlos /ɹeɪ.ɾe.nu.a is.kir.lɒs/) is a elven country in western Borea whose territory comprises of the Kyrlot peninsula, Tscharun, Sarun and Karun islands and the Far Kotari island chain. Kyrloth has a population of 11,143,000 (estimate based on the 2018 Kyrlot census and the 2015 Kireitan census). The country shares a land border with Izria.
Sinter Tass of the Soldiers' Guild is the current Kirrhion (prime minister) of Kyrloth, following the controversial 2019 election. Although it is a unitary sovereign state, Kyrloth devolves power on local issues to the Local House, comprising of 2592 elected representatives, each of whom act as the representative of a commune: a small area each comprising roughly four thousand citizens. However, any and all wide-reaching decisions are made by the House of Debate, made from 216 members of parliament, or MPs, designated to political parties by electoral performance and distributed amongst its members according to the party list.
Kyrloth recently annexed the People's Republic of Kireitarenu'a during the Kyrlot-Kireitan War of May 2019. Due to the 72 new seats this added to the House of Debate in the subsequent provisional election, and Sinter Tass's de facto control over all of them, given that the Kirrhion must approve all provisional MPs before they can take their seats, Tass now controls just over two thirds of the House: a supermajority sufficient for anything, up to and including changing the Constitution.