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Ustrój:Republic
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Przywódcy:Présidente: Aurélie de Paladines
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The French Republic or France (French: République française or France) is a country whose metropolitan territory is located in western Europe, and which is further made up of a collection of overseas islands and territories. Metropolitan France extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the North Sea, and from the Rhine River to the Atlantic Ocean; it is bordered by the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Andorra, and Spain.

History Edytuj

Political History Edytuj

  • 841-1789 Kingdom of France.
  • 1789-1804 - First Republic.
  • 1804-1814 - First Empire.
  • 1814-1848 - Restoration of Monarchy.
  • 1848-1852 - Second Republic
  • 1852-1870 - Second Empire.
  • 1871-1940 - Third Republic.
  • 1940-1944 - French State under German occupation.
  • 1944-1947 - Provisory Government.
  • 1947-1959 - Fourth Republic.
  • 1959-2029 - Fifth Republic.
  • 2029-2036 - Defense Government.
  • 2037 - Beginning of the Sixth Republic.

Events of the XXIst Century Edytuj

  • 2008 - A meltdown at Cattenom nuclear power plant irradiates Lorraine, Sarre and Luxembourg, creating the SOX.
  • 2023 - The Mist appears in Brittany.
  • 2028 - Wallonia becomes a region of France.
  • 2029 - A military coup d'état ends the 5th Republic and establish the Defense Government.
  • 2031-2036 - Eurowars.
  • 2037 - Antoine d'Orléans is elected President and prepares the Constitution of the 6th Republic. Protesting against the reduction of police and military presence, several southern cities practically secede to establish their own security forces. The French Pays Basque joins with Euskal Herria.
  • 2043 - An earthquake strike southern France, prompting all devastated cities except Marseille, Nice and Monaco to put en and to their autonomist policy.
  • 2050 - Corsica is granted independence.
  • 2051 - Media uncovers the scandal of Marseille illegal experiments on humans.

Politics Edytuj

Institutions Edytuj

The Président de la République is elected directly for a 5-year term. He is the head of the executive branch. Aurélie de Paladines has been elected in 2057 and re-elected in 2063. The Assemblée Nationale is the main legislative body. The President picks up a Prime Minister, early always the leader of the majority party in the Assemblée who then submit his choose for ministries.

The presidency and most major ministries are refered to by the name of the building, street or place they're located in the media and political slang (just like you'd refer to the White House, the Pentagon or Downing Street as if they were persons).
The Elysée then stands for the presidency ; Matignon for the Prime Minister ; Bercy for the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry ; Place Beauvau for the Ministry of Interior ; Place Vendôme for the Ministry of Justice (outside of the political context, the Place Vendôme hosts the priciest jewellers in Paris) ; Denfert-Rochereau or St Vincent for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ; Rue de Grenelle for the Ministry of National Education ; Rue de Valois for the Ministry of Culture. The French Ministry of Defense is the only major ministry so rarely referred to that way. It's located on Rue Saint Dominique and not at all in La Défense, a corporate ditrict of Paris.

Political ForcesEdytuj

Foreign RelationsEdytuj

  • United Kingdom - Relations can be described as glacial since the end of Euro-Wars' conflict with Russia in 2033. This is generally attributed to the late involvement of the UK in the conflict who almost managed to cause a Russian nuclear strike the French has prevented so far. Each of the countries is generall distrustful of the other's foreign action in the world.
  • Germany - Military and scientific cooperation help maintain good relations, even if they were poisoned for years by the issue of SOX. Another item of disagreement have been the control Saeder-Krupp acquired over the European aerospace, oil and nuclear industries, in the past in the hands of French companies. Each considers the other as a much-needed and unavoidable partner. Germany views France as an economic deadweight, and France considers Germany to have a lack of central political might.
  • Quebec - Relations with Quebec has been a one-way street for most of the fifty last years. Quebec has been trying to entice French investors, but the French government is downplaying its economic and cultural relations with such a repressive country.

GeographyEdytuj

EconomyEdytuj

France is the second largest European economy behind Germany. Major sectors are auto manufacturing, aerospace, food, tourism, transport and services. France is the home of four extraterritorial megacorporations: Renault-Fiat, Esprit Industries, Aesa and ESUS. Other prominent French companies include Index-Axa and Peugeot-Citroen. Ares Macrotechnology, Aztechnology, Saeder-Krupp, Yamatetsu, Zeta-ImpChem have a significant presence in the country.

Źródła Edytuj

There has also the France Sourcebook, by publisher and license-holder Jeux Descartes, which has only been published in French. It is consider to be non-canonical. See France (Descartes).

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