Province of Connemara
Fáilte go gConamara
|Founded by||Thomas Jacobs|
|Representation and provincial classification|
• Senate constituency
• Province classification
|2,200 km2 (850 sq mi)|
• 2023 estimate
Connemara, officially the Province of Connemara, was a province of Roscamistan and is located in the west of the island of Ireland, primarily County Galway. Connemara was the largest province, stretching from Moycullen to Clifden. It bordered Irish Cape to the north, Galway city province to the south and Mervustan to the east. Connemara functioned under a devolved presidential system of government.
The economy was made up of agriculture and traditional craft, and recently more technological things. The biggest source of income was tourism, as the region is a part of the Gaeltachts, which are the last regions that still speak Irish day to day in the world.
Government and politics
The government of the province was comprised of the Governor of Connemara and his cabinet. The Legislative Assembly serveed as the provincial legislature, with the Superior Court as the judiciary.
The Governor served as the chief executive of the Government. He was elected every three months. After election he appointed the Lieutenant Governor and the Executive Council.
Connemara is considered a vibrant region, as such it was placed as the Roscamistan capital of Culture by Adam Flannery on 6 November 2021. The root of culture in Connemara is the Irish language, and ancient culture.
For the history of Connemara before the establishment of the Province go to Connemara