Name (Official): Federal Republic of Deuterra
Name (Short): Deuterra
Union Membership: Europe Union, United Nations, NATO, OECD, etc.
Capital: San Ángel Díez
Political Divisions: 8 States 1 federal comunity:
Ríoz – La Salle
Galezza – Salvaterra
Benidès – Mediterrá
Forta Lleó – Malagón
Anderra – Monte Real
Valladrid- B. Miladoiro
*San Angel Díez Distrito Capital – S.A.D.D.F.*
Government: Parliamentary republic
President, Vice-President, Presidential Terms: 4 years, Vice-Presidential Terms: 4 years.
Parliamentary Terms: 5 Years
People and Culture
Population: 9,825,200 (Census 2010)
Official Languages: Spanish. Catalan, Italian.
Major Languages (Percent Spoken): Spanish (93%), Italian (24%), Catalan (42%) and Other (5%)
State Religion: None
Major Religions: Christianity (82%), Islam (3%), Judaism (<1%), and Other (<1%)
Major Ethnicities: Celtiberians (44%), Etruscans, Visigoths (39%), Moroccan (7%), and Other (inmigration) (10%)
State Holidays: August 20, national independence days
Others: October 15, January 18, February 2.
Geography, Climate and weather.
Deuterra's climate is Mediterranean, extreme weather, the island has little rainfall in summer and with temperatures around 36-37 ° C in the island and coastal areas around 32-33 º Celsius, in winter rainfall is more frequent, and in upland areas recorded the snow level around 200 meters above sea level with an average minimum cold temperatures to -8 ° C. and 10 max, and in the coast around 19ºC
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Currency: Euro €
Producto interior bruto (GDP) € 214.127 millones (2010)
PIB per cápita € 32.095 (2009)
Crecimiento real PIB (Real GDP growth )1,4% (2T 2010)1
Inflación (Inflation) 3,2% (feb 2011)
Tasa de paro (unemployment) 18,06 ↑ (2º trim 2011)2
Importaciones € 3.885,9 (2010)
Exportaciones € .155,7 millones (2010)
For the development of its economy, is considered in general terms as the seventh economy in Europe. The industrial assets are diverse types of products manufactured are main means of transport, electrical and electronic equipment, machinery, chemicals, plastics and processed foods. However, in early 2008 after the global crisis in the U.S.A., and the current crisis in Europe, industry and the commercial area have fallen, in Deuterra there is a phenomenon called "low comercial demand" that gives rise to unemployment in Deuterra, however, it retains a high public transport infrastructure, military, health, education and an excellent standard of living.
Deuterra have a low problems about deficit, or debt, although with de european crisis is likely a slowdown in the economy of Deuterra.
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The history of this island in general terms, we can mention that it became a colony, The fight was by the total control of the island, with the italian and spanish power, since the two nations was settled by the Romans and some celtiberians but was long ago, the island began to be populated by Spaniards in the east and south, the Italians north of the island.
When the Spanish empire began to fall, the deuterrians felt a sense of nation, they did not feel Italian or Spaniards, they felt the desire to be a nation, and as Latin American countries began their fight for independence, deterrians wasted no time and the struggle for independence was on August 20, 1820, when Spain granted the charter of independence, Italy did not recognize, then Italy claimed the island as his, but made 200 Deuterrian territorial agreements, leaving the own power of the island by the official name of Deuterra, in August 20, 1853.
Other historical data:
fall of the Deuterrian monarchy in 1892
Deuberian Revolution: January 18, 1929
-Participation to the 2nd World War in support of the Italian axis.
Deuberia Annex to the European Union in 1992
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