Muscovy

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Московская Республика (Москва)
Moskovskaya Respublika
Republic of Muscovy
Flag of Muscovy
Subdivision of: Russian Federation
Cities:  
 Capital: Moskva (8,400,000)
 Other: Nizhni-Novgorod (1,334,200), Samara (1,157,900), Tsaritsyn (1,011,400), Voronezh (848,700), Stavropol-na-Volgu (701,900), Yaroslavl' (635,600), Kornilov (635,600), Orenburg (549,400), Tula (543,000), Ryazan' (535,000), Lipovsk (506,100), Astrakhan (502,800)
Languages:  
 Official: Russian
 Others: -
President: Arkadi Abkin
Prime minister: Maksim A. Grekov
Area: 1,056,800 km²
Population: 49,340,000 inhabitants
Established: 1991, after the fall of the SNOR regime
Location of Muscovy in the Russian Federation
Location of Muscovy in the Russian Federation

The Republic of Muscovy is by far the largest member state, in terms of population, of the Russian Federation. It is the core of what was left of the Russian Empire after the fall of the SNOR regime. During the last decade of the 20th century, it competed with the Republic of Petrograd and Novgorod over the hegemony of the Federation, but since Denis Arapov was elected president of the latter, the RPN has changed its orientation to the west, in particular the Baltic League. Since that time, the Federation has been dominated by Muscovy.

Muscovy is a member of the Caspian Ecotopic Association

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Administration

Government

Muscovy is a presidential republic. The parliament, the Moskovskaya Duma or Mosduma, consists of 531 members. Although the republic has a multi-party system, power is mostly in the hands of non-aligned people with a snorist background.

The president is Arkadi Abkin, and in the opinion of many he is at least equally powerful as the president Arensky of the Russian Federation.

Chairman of the government (prime minister) is Maksim Grekov.

Administrative divisions

The Republic of Muscovy consists of 24 gubernii (provinces):

# Gubernia Area
(km²)
Population
(x 1000)
Capital
1 Astrakhan 44,100 1,005 Astrakhan (502,800)
2 Belgorod 27,100 1,512 Belgorod (450,000)
3 Vladimir 29,000 1,524 Vladimir (316,000)
4 Voronezh1 52,400 2,379 Voronezh1(848,700)
5 Vyatka2 77,800 1,159 Vyatka2 (465,000)
6 Denikingrad3 34,000 1,012 Denikingrad3 (311,000)
7 Ivanovo 21,400 1,148 Ivanovo (453,800)
8 Kaluga 54,900 1,442 Kaluga (335,100)
9 Kornilov4 37,300 1,383 Kornilov4 (635,600)
10 Kostroma 56,200 697 Kostroma (278,800)
11 Kursk 29,800 1,235 Kursk (412,400)
12 Lipovsk5 24,100 1,213 Lipovsk5 (506,100)
13 Moscow (gubernia) 47,000 6,619 Moscow
14 Moscow (city) 2,000 8,400 Moscow
15 Nizhni-Novgorod 76,900 3,524 Nizhni-Novgorod (1,334,200)
16 Oryol 24,700 860 Oryol (333,300)
17 Orenburg6 41,300 1,142 Orenburg6 (549,400)
18 Ryazan' 39,600 1,228 Ryazan' (535,000)
19 Samara 80,400 3,940 Samara (1,157,900)
20 Tambov 34,500 1,155 Tambov (291,800)
21 Tver' 84,100 1,582 Tver (452,300)
22 Tula 25,700 1,676 Tula (543,000)
23 Tsaritsyn7 76,100 2,137 Tsaritsyn7 (1,011,400)
24 Yaroslavl' 36,400 1,368 Yaroslavl' (635,600)
Total 1,056,800 49,340  

(1) Between 1937 and 1992: Veliki Kolchak
(2) *Here*: Kirov
(3) Part of *here*'s Rostov Oblast'
(4) Before 1924: Simbirsk. *here*: Ulyanovsk
(5) Before 1972: Lipetsk
(6) Between 1951 and 1992: Semenovo
(7) Between 1939 and 1962: Vissarionovgrad, between 1962 and 1992: Yudenich. *Here*: Volgograd

History

For Muscovy's ancient history, see Wikipedia:Muscovy.

Geography

Muscovy is surrounded by (clockwise): the Republic of Petrograd and Novgorod, the Vozgian Republic, the Komi Republic, the Perm Republic, Udmurtia, Mari-El, Chuvashia, Mordovia, Tatarstan, Qazaqstan, the Caspian Sea, Kalmykia, the Don Republic, Ukraine, and Belarus.

Entirely surrounded by Muscovy is the Republic of the Volga Germans.

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