East Ying

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East Ying is a nation in Liberalia rich in history. The Yingonite people, and their nation, were first discovered in the time of the Derbahk expansion.


[edit] History of East Ying

East Ying has a long history, dating back to the early days of the world. Consisting of a few. 'eras', East Ying's history is an exciting one.

[edit] Early Ages 1000 BYY - 1 BYY

This time period is considered by some to be the birthplace of the Yingonite society. The land of Han has yet to be settled, and the native Yingonites, seasonal nomads, have not settled down yet. In the far north, outside of Han, farther north than what the Yingonite elders call 'the circle of the world', is the land of Derbaun. Derbaun, a rich colonizer, has been sailing ships southbound for hundreds of years, and are the rulers of many places. In a port of a country, they learned rumors of the Yingonite civilization. The Derbahks sailed southward until they reached the [1]Bay of pearls. The Derbahk claimed the land as their own, and began a settlement in the west of the bay. The settlement was named Kalo-Han[2]. Kalo-Han represented the unity of the two worlds, The Derbahk world, and the Yingonite world, although at this time, they were named Hanonites. Kalo, is the Derbahk word for earth, correctly translated, it would mean Wet Soil.

[edit] Anti-Nomadization
[edit] Conflict

The First recorded meeting between a Hanonite and a Derbahk was in 1002 BYY, during the expedition of Naka the III. In aincient scripts, it describes the Yingonites as: Cautious, defensive, uncivilized. Naka, showed the Hanonites the art of carpentry, and ferried a tribe to Kalo-Han to help civilize the Hanonites so that the two cultures could better mix. The Scribes then describe the people of Han as attacking the Villagers and destroying the city. Naka, showed that houses were okay. The scribes do not describe the events further except that it says that Naka assisted the Hanonites in building a small hut. Naka returned to Derbahk the next month.

[edit] First Settlements

The Hanonites created their first true settlement in the mountains of Hag-Ki, along the river of Hag-Ki. The settlement, assisted by Derbahk missionaries, settled down the tribe of Sut. In the south, the township of Hark was also being settled, whilst the tribe of Chan settled around the Bay of Pearls.

[edit] Early Governments

Now, later in the early stages, with a common language and writing being quickly developed, the people of Waka, a minor tribe suggested a small governing body, ruled by the king of Derbaun, but keeping the ability to make laws for the Hanonites and be the advisor to the king on his decisions on Han. The government, dubbed Four Corners Summit, by Linyo Shaan, was a organized gathering of all the major tribes in the center of Han, in the growing town of Chan City. The first meeting, held in 210 BYY, was attended by all major tribes, or Allianzs. The Allianzs at this time were (From Most powerful to least):

Gu Sut Hag-Ki Yiik Chan Ying Yang Kalkos.

The meeting decided that the country, still at this time called Han, should be named in honor of Naka III. The country was renamed Nakashagi.

[edit] The Yiik Wars

In 100 BYY, the tribe of Yiik invaded Hag-Ki, Sut, Chan, and Gu. Having risen to the top of the nation's power since the Four Corners meeting, the Yiik wanted to become the most powerful tribe, or province. They easily destroyed the other tribes, and re-named themselves the Province of Sukara. Looking to destroy Kalkos, they moved their armies westward, but they would have to move through the Yingonite territory. The Yingonites, commanded by Linyo Shaan IV retaliated and fought against the huge armies of Sukara. The Sukarians were brutally defeated by Linyo and his people. The Yingonites demanded that a Four Corners meeting be held. In the meeting, they lowered the number of Provinces, renaming them Grand Nakkas. The Grand Nakkas were:

Yiik Minor Yang Ying Chan Gu.

In the following years, Yiik Minor was given to the Chan, and Gu was given to the Chan. The Chan, seeming to powerful, were forced to give their power to the Yangonites and Yingonites.

[edit] Rebellion Stewing

With the death of Naka III, the Hanonites did not want to be part of the Derbahk anymore. It was a dangerous and growing rebellion...

[edit] Rebi's Rebellion (Full Article Yingonite Revolution)

The death of Naka III's news reached Nakashagi in 10 BYY. Ying and Buko, sworn allies, ran for the positions of Joint Presidents, and in doing so, declaring Nakashagi's independence. The joint presidents shared the view of independence, but each one had a different idea for achieving that dream. Rebi, a salt, wished to crush the Derbahk at home, whilst Linyo, a seeker of inner peace, sought to wait for them here, and destroy their ships on home turf. Both plans went into action, and Rebi's ships sailed northward towards Derbahk, whilst Linyo's ships stayed in the Bay of Pearls, and around the coastline. The Derbahk, defeating the initial attack fleet, continued south and also defeated Linyo's ships, only to be destroyed by cannon fire from the coastline. Rebi, enraged, blamed Linyo that his ships didn't pull through because Linyo's ships did nothing whilst his ships fought. Linyo agreed to pour his ships into Rebi's command. This time, Rebi's ships sailed all the way to Derbahk, and destroyed them, Rebi on board. Almost 80 % of the Derbahk population was destroyed. The rest were brought onto the ships of Rebi's fleets and tortured, before they were brought back to Nakkashagi to live out their lives in a cell. But Rebi wasn't finished. Rebi dictated that the Province/Grand Nakka of Sut was powerless as an Allianz, and in the Four Corners meeting had no impact. Linyo agreed, and devoted more land to the Western Suts. The Sut's Allianz now stretched from the western coast to the Great Gap in the Yingonite highlands. Rebi then demanded that ALL clans be evenly represented in a new Socialist government. This is where Linyo stopped. Linyo, along with many Four Corner members impeached Rebi, and exiled him from passing the great gap. Rebi declared that Ying meant Capitalist, and that everyone that sided with the Yingonites were capitalist scum. Henceforth, the name for the countries west of the highlands were called East Yingonites, and the Western portion were called the Jlikos, or Hanonite for "Kalkos", which in Yingonite slang, meant Horrible. Rebi marched millions of soldiers through the gap on a mad invasion of the Yingonites. Rebi was killed by an arrow to the head as soon as he stepped past the gap. Wars raged for several years, until Rebi's successor, Kialo, withdrew Sutese troops from the East. Speaking with Linyo Ying, the two came up with a Democratic Socialist Government, which consisted of:

The Intra-National Assembly, The InterProvincial Assembly, Parliament, Congress, The Senate, The Yingonite Jii (Meeting of All the assemblies/Senates).

Then, in Parliament, the Name Act came along, renaming many of the cities, waterways etc. even the nation.

Bay of Pearls = Pong Bay (Named after Senator Pong, later to become President)

Chan City = Ying City

Hag-Ki River = Nakashagi River

Nakashagi = East Ying

[edit] Bronze Pong Ages (1 BYY - 700 YY)

This age, was considered the rise to the Golden Age. Largely uninteresting, the president of this era was Goo-Hong "Golden-Bronze" Pong, and in the later years of the age, Nuko Shaan, ancestor of Linyo Shaan. This age continues to 100 YY, when electricity was discovered by the Yingonites.

[edit] Modern Day East Ying

Today, East Ying is a regional power, focusing on being a neutral nation in most things. Recently, President Hong Mei has been assassinated, and Kia Moto impeached in a time of Political unrest and the time of the IU's war.

[edit] Geography of East Ying

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[edit] Government Meetings

East Ying practices a Democratic Socialist government, consisting of the following meetings: The Intra-National Assembly, The Interprovincial Assembly, Parliament, Senate, and Congress. A special exception is the Jii, which includes delegates from all meetings to meet for 2 weeks in December of ever 2 years.

[edit] Intra-National Assembly

The Intra-National Assembly was conceived around 2 BBY. It meets every 5 months, and since its conception, it has been held in the precise center of the country, in Ying City. Until recently, the Assembly has been held in Koran Towers. Most recently, however, Koran Towers was bombed by the IU in an attempt to stop the growth of Communism in East Ying. Today, the meeting is held just outside of Ying City, in the Green Room, a room intended for the failed reincarnation of the Four Corners meeting.

[edit] Interprovincial Assembly

The IPA is a meeting of delegates from every town with over 200 people. The IPA is held in the Pong Bay Government Complexes.

[edit] Parliament

The Parliament has delegates from every region in this ratio: 1,000 POP = 2 Delegate. The Parliament is an extension of the Congress, technically speaking.

[edit] Senate

The Senate creates laws for the country, and also can override decisions of the IPA.

[edit] Congress

Congress elects the president based on popular vote, is in charge of managing Government-Owned corporations, and can also override the Parliament.

[edit] Relation of All Meetings

The Prime Minister is elected by the INA, with a 30% sway from Parliament, which consists also of a 10% sway from the Senate/Congress. The INA can override the IPA, the Parliament can override the INA, the Congress can override the Parliament, and the Senate can override the Parliament.

[edit] The Jii

The Jii can override all decisions, and has the most power.

[edit] Government of East Ying

[edit] Voting

Citizens older than 15 can vote for Senate, Congress, Parliament, the IPA and the INA, but citizens have to be older than 18 to vote for the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister. People with mental disorders and inability to think in a sound way, are banned from voting until their scenario changes.

[edit] Positions of Power

The Leader of the country is the Prime Minister, with the Deputy Prime Minister as the speaker of the Parliament. The President heads the IPA and the INA and can automatically enter his own bill into law, bypassing everything except the Council.

[edit] Council

The Council finalizes, or vetos bills, and is made up of 11 people.

Ministers are in charge of Ministries, and departments. Going Lower, Secretaries usually assist ministers or PMs/Ps/DPMs, and always are armed for protection.

[edit] Ministries

[edit] YIB

Yingonite Intel Bureau is in charge of utilizing all intellegence to stop crimes, arrest criminals, and protect the Prime Minister and other people in high places. Little is known about this Ministry.

[edit] NICOY

National Intellegence Collecting Offices of Ying. Nothing is known about this Ministry except that the Minister of NICOY has never been seen in public.

[edit] MoFA

The Ministry of Foreign affairs is in charge of setting up embassies, wars, diplomatic relations, creating treaties and alliances.

[edit] MoIA

The Ministry of Internal affairs deals with issues close to home, such as civil wars, public education, healthcare, public services, transportation and more.

[edit] MoT

Merely a companion to MoIA, Ministry of Transportation deals with transports anywhere from cars to submarines.

[edit] MoCT

The Ministry of Current Technologies is in charge of producing only the most cutting edge technology for East Ying. It is also known as the Ministy of Industry.

[edit] MoA

The Ministry of Agriculture is in charge of taxing Farmers, keeping track of imports and exports related to food, and inspecting food for diseases.

[edit] MoWD

The Ministry of War and Defense is considered a combination of two smaller departments, The Defense Ministry, and the Offense ministry. They are in charge of keeping Ying safe, and Wars abroad

[edit] MoB

Ministry of Borders controls borders, sea ports, airports, and other places where smuggling is possible.

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