Fraildenese Socialist State

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Fraildenese Socialist State
Fraild Socialistà Districtà
Flag of the Fraildenese Socialist State between 2020 and 2022
Flag used between 2020 and 2022
Emblem used between 2020 and 2022 of the Fraildenese Socialist State between 2020 and 2022
Emblem used between 2020 and 2022
Motto: Glorià Fraild Districtà!
Glory to the Fraildenese State! (EN)
Anthem: Semprerà Glorià!
Forever Glory! (EN)
  • 2020–2022:
    largest Areà
  • 2022–2023:
    largest commune
Z1 Areà 1 (Courtà)
Official languagesFraildenese, English, Latin, Italian
  • 2020–2022:
    One-party socialist state (de jure)
    Totalitarian dictatorship (de facto)
  • 2022–2023:
    Unitary socialist state under a semi-democratic dual power system
• National Leader
Fraildé Dliarfé
May 2017
May 2020
• Fraildenese State and new constitution
June 2023
• Total (April 2022)
0.206917 km2 (0.079891 sq mi)
• March 2022 census
CurrencyFraildenese Rublire (FR) (FDR)
Time zoneUTC+1 (Central European Time (CET))
• Summer (DST)
UTC+2 (Central European Summer Time (CEST))
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideright
Internet TLD.fd
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Fraildenese Liberal Democratic State
Fraildenese State

The Fraildenese Socialist State, officially Fraild Socialistà Districtà, was the name used for the Fraildenese State from 2020 to 2023. Originally established in May 2020, after the collapse of the previous liberal democratic government, it was a one-party socialist state and later reformed in the current government's semi-democratic dual power system in April 2022. During this time period, the Fraildenese State reached its peak population of 45.


Current flag of the Fraildenese State and of the Fraildenese Socialist State between 2022 and 2023.


Until 2022, the Fraildenese State was de jure a one-party socialist state, but de facto a totalitarian dictatorship, under the control of the now dissolved Communist Party. The National Leader was the head of state and government and the head of the armed forces and had both executive and legislative power, with Vice-National Leaders appointed by the National Leader with an indefinite term of office. Every month was also assembled the National Council (also know at the time as "The Council"), a meeting with the aim of communicating and discussing the situation of the country between National Leaders, councillors, and ministers.