Republic of Yatland
Anthem: Co Cis (Our Hymn)
Location of Yatland (Lavender)
Ethnic groups Vilkyat (71,17%), Juyat (23,1%), Yatyat (5,73%)
Government Unitary Parliamentary constitutional republic
Gwyngad Gren' Zinc
Erwyn Bron' Mica
Siawn Iroh' Cakj
Treven Qua' Rrate
• Formed
19 June 2312
• Total
103,001 km2 (39,769 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• 2316 estimate
GDP (PPP) 2314 estimate
• Total
$12,831 billion
• Per capita
HDI (2313) .906
very high
Currency Yatlandic Kab (K+) (YTK)
not observed
Calling code +453
Internet TLD .yt

Yatland, sometimes reffered to in full as the Republic of Yatland, is an island country marking the juncture between the Slaf Strait and the Swtric Sea. The country has a population of 371,625 and a total area of 103,001 sq km (39,770 sq mi). The capital and largest city is Urnycia, with the surrounding areas in the southwestern region of the country being home to two-thirds of the country's population. Yatland is volcanically and geologically active. The interior consists mainly of plateau characterised by sand and lava fields, mountains and glaciers, while many glacial rivers flow to the sea through the lowlands. Yatland is the only country that totally populated by Yats.

Yatland relied largely on fishing and agriculture. Industrialisation of the fisheries brought prosperity and Urnycia became one of the wealthiest and most developed nations in the world.

Yatlandic culture is founded upon the nation's Yat heritage. All Yatlanders are descendants of Vilkyat and Juyat settlers.


Israel operates under a parliamentary system as a democratic republic with universal suffrage. A member of parliament supported by a parliamentary majority becomes the prime minister—usually this is the chair of the largest party. The prime minister is the head of government and head of the cabinet. Israel is governed by a 120-member parliament, known as the Knesset. Membership of the Knesset is based on proportional representation of political parties, with a 3.25% electoral threshold, which in practice has resulted in coalition governments.

Parliamentary elections are scheduled every four years, but unstable coalitions or a no-confidence vote by the Knesset can dissolve a government earlier. The Basic Laws of Yatland function as an uncodified constitution. The president of Yatland is head of state, with limited and largely ceremonial duties.