|Subdivision of:||Russian Federation|
|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)|
|Prime minister:||Maksim A. Grekov|
|Established:||1991, after the fall of the SNOR regime|
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
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.
Chairman of the government (prime minister) is Maksim Grekov.
The Republic of Muscovy consists of 24 gubernii (provinces):
(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
For Muscovy's ancient history, see Wikipedia:Muscovy.
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.
Adygeya | Altai | Bashkortostan | Buryatia | Chuvashia | Don Republic | Kalmykia | Khakassia | Komi Republic | Mari-El | Mordovia | Muscovy | Nenetsia | North Caucasian Federation | Perm Republic | Primorye | Qazaqstan | Republic of Chelyabinsk | Republic of Petrograd and Novgorod | Republic of the Volga Germans | Tannu-Tuva | Tatarstan | Tocharstan | Udmurtia | Union of Mansiland and Khantiland | United States of Siberia | Ural Republic | Vozgian Republic | Yakutia