Draft:People's Republic of Yangjia

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People's Republic of Yangjia
杨家人民共和国 (Standard Chinese)
Flag of the People's Republic of Yangjia
Motto: "我们将生存!"
"We will survive!"
Anthem: "National March of the People's Republic of Yangjia"
LocationWithin the United Kingdom and People's Republic of China
Largest city       Capital
Official languagesEnglish, Standard Chinese
Ethnic groups
  • 100% Unaffiliated
GovernmentUnitary Dengist one-party socialist republic
Lang Zemin
Vacant (since 20 May 2023)
Vacant (since 20 May 2023)
Vacant (since 20 May 2023)
LegislaturePeople's Congress
Supreme Standing
Party Standing
• Independence declared
20 May 2023
• 2023 estimate
HDI 0.999
very high
CurrencyYangjian National Credit
Date formatmm/yyyy/dd
Driving sideleft
Calling code+44
Internet TLD.yj

The People's Republic of Yangjia, more commonly known as Yangjia, is a transcontinental micronation in both Europe and Asia.

Yangjia is founded upon a one-party socialist state, observing Deng Xiaoping Theory as its "Great National Ideology".

Yangjia is an isolationist state, but also heavily militarist.


Yangjia comes from a Chinese town name from antiquity of the same name (Yangjia).


Yangjia has no current history to report, having been established on 20 May 2023.

Politics and government

Yangjia observes a unitary one-party socialist republic.

President of Yangjia

The President is the figurehead and de jure head of state, while the real power lies in the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Yangjia, who is the de facto head of state and also the de jure head of the Communist Party of Yangjia. It is customary that one person will hold both titles, as well as the titles of Chairman of the Council of Commandery of the People's Armed Forces of Yangjia and Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of Yangjia.

Vice President

The Vice President acts as the de facto head of government, while officially there is no allotted role. It can "commandeer" sessions of the People's Congress if needed, for example if the Chairman of the People's Congress is unfit or unable to attend, and is surpassed in hierarchy only by the President.


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