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|Eastern European Federation|
Europejska Federacja Wschodniej
Motto: Wolność, równość i demokracja dla wszystkich
Anthem: Mazurek Dąbrowskiego
Location of the East European Federation
and largest city
|Official languages||Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Ukrainan, Belarusian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian|
|Recognised regional languages||Russian, Romanian, German, Serbian|
|Membership||European Union, United Nations, NATO|
• Prime Minister
|House of Commons|
• Establishment of the Commonwealth of Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine and Bohemia
• Federation reforms
For more information see History of Poland.
The Commonwealth of Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine and Bohemia was established in 1770 after hostilities with Prussia, Russian Empire and Austrian Empire and also because of the collapse of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; it was made to make Eastern Europe a single state, in 1772 Prussia, Russia, and Austria agreed to partition the Commonwealth, although they were unsuccessful because of the size of the nation.
more to come
Countries and administrative divisions
|Republic of Poland||38,483,957||Warsaw|
|Republic of Belarus||9,468,154||>Minsk|
|Republic of Lithuania||2,944,459||Vilnius|
|Republic of Latvia||1,994,300||Riga|
|Republic of Estonia||1,315,819||Tallinn|
the federation has only five administrative divisions
- City of Warsaw
- City of Prague
- Free City of Gdańsk
- City of Kalingrad
- City of Tallinn
The Eastern European Federation is an federation, and holds elections every 5 years, with the Constitution being the most important law in the federation. The head of state is the President, while the head of government is the Prime Minister.
Major political parties
- Conservative Party - the Conservative Party currently has a coalition with the Liberal Democrats and the Party of Freedom, their leader Bronisław Komorowski is also the President of the Eastern European Federation, the Conservative Party advocates for Conservatism.
- Party of Freedom - the Party of Freedom currently has a coalition with the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats, the Party of Freedom advocates for Liberalism and Freedom of Speech.
- Liberal Democrats - the Liberal Democrats currently has a coalition with the Conservative Party and Party of Freedom, their leader Taavi Rõivas is the Prime Minister of the Eastern European Federation, the Liberal Democrats advocates for Liberalism.
- Democratic Bloc - the Democratic Bloc advocates for Democracy.
Minor political parties
- Socialist Party - the Socialist Party advocates for Socialism, although they have little support.
- Separatist Party - the Separatist Party is classified by the Eastern European Federation and UN as a terrorist group, it advocates for the breakup of the Eastern European Federation.
- Rightist Party - the Rightist Party advocate for Conservatism.