|Republic of Wadiya|
|Recognised regional languages||English|
|Ethnic groups (2014)||Qalatani 70% Mixed 20% Bantu 6% Jew 2% rest 2%|
|Government||Single-party hereditary dictatorship|
|-||Supreme Leader||Haffaz Aladeen|
|-||Founded||3698 B.C. (5636 B.A.)|
|-||Italian Occupation||1882 (100 B.A.)|
|-||German Occupation||1962 (20 B.A.)|
|-||Independance Declared||1962 (20 B.A.)|
|-||Dictatorship established||1963 (19 B.A.)|
400,000 sq mi
|-||estimate||100,000 to 400,000 (1982 and 2014)|
|Currency||Dollar ($) (
|Time zone||East African Time (UTC+3)|
|Date formats||B.A. (Before Aladeen)|
Wadiya was founded by Abrahamadeen in 3696 B.C (or 5636 B.A.) and has since been subject to violent fighting, up until 19 B.A., after which the modern day single-party lead government was established under the rule of president-for-life Omar Aladeen. Since then, the country has been under strict rule of the Aladeen regime.
As a result, the Western states became increasingly critical of the supreme leader, His Excellency Haffaz Aladeen, who succeeded his father after legislative elections voted him as president with 99.999% of the vote. Due to his dangerous alliegance with nations such as North Korea, international relations and foreign investment in Wadiya has plummeted.
Despite allegations of multiple international crimes and the deteriorating human rights record, the Wadiyan government claims that the people of the republic are completely satisfied with their Supreme Leader, and Aladeen himself claims that he believes in democratic elections and equal rights to women are complete bullaladeen. Wadiya continues to denounce any Western media critical of Aladeen's regime as "corrupt Zionist media".
Under the Aladeen regime, the country has become a minor tourist attraction, with several landmarks such as the Great Tribal Pyramid and the 3,000 year old statue of the Golden Fertility Go it has been recast as a statue of Haffaz Aladeen due to public outcry. Due to the lack of foreign investment, Aladeen has attempted to offer 400,000 square miles of desert land to countries wishing to test missiles or to dump chemical waste. In October 2016 the Supreme Leader announced that he had invented what he calls 'the Aladeen Compass.' This device consists of a rock tied to a length of string. The rock infallibly indicates 'down'. For 'up' see other end.
Since the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, Wadiya has distanced itself even more from western civilization, and President Prime Minister Admiral General Aladeen has said that Donald Trump was "given AIDS by Daniel Radcliffe", therefore he should not intervene in Wadiyan affairs.
Wadiya is the richest country in the world, and ventures into deep space resulted in large quantities of precious minerals being discovered. Wadiya is the only country in the world that has the capability to travel faster than light, shake gold from anything thanks to this giant gold rush the wadiyan people are known to be the richest in the world. Thanks to Wadiya, United Kinngdom got gold for their new crown jewels after a very tragic incident when the crowned jewels got destroyed. It can easily beat Hogwarts anyday. It has all the power in the world and any other empire that tried to fight widya was blown up. BTW aladin can kick dumbledores ass
Wadiya is 400000 square aladeens. The desert is used as an international dump, for genocide victims, used nuclear fuel or chemical waste. The Wadiyan Forest is also surprisingly small, as it only contained one tree until 2012, to which the forest doubled in size to two trees after Aladeen planted an olive tree. Now there are more trees in Wadiya than before. In 2015 Aladeen has turned the forest into a national park called the Aladeen Golden National Park. Aladeen said in a speech, "I hope that future generations that will definitely be all boys all get to see the wonders of Wadiya as i see them today. Soon we are think of releasing two golden Wadiyan ants into the wild of the park." He is doing this also to boost the tourist coming into the country.
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