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United Republic of Bregana
(Everish:"Justified to Be")
"Bregana n'est pas mort!"(Lakadamian)
(Everish:"Bregana is not dead!")
|File:Location Map Bregana.png|
and largest city
|Official languages||Everish • Lakadamian|
|Recognised national languages||Brittonic|
|Religion||72% No affiliation|
|Government||Unitary parliamentary republic|
• Prime Minister
|Currency||Breganese fantasie (ਊ) (BRF)|
Bregana is a unitary parliamentary republic. The current President in office is Walt Séjourd. The current head of government is TBA. The Breganese legislature is the Parliament.
Social Policies and Laws
- You become a legal adult at age 19.
- You can obtain a driver's license at age 19.
- The age of consent is 19.
- The legal age of marriage is 19.
- Capital punishment is used but effectively not carried out, with the last execution being over 10 years ago.
- Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide are both illegal.
- Pornography is legal with age restriction.
- Gambling is legal with age restriction.
- The legal voting age is 19.
- In Bregana, only members of the police force can obtain a weapons license.
- Alcohol (<15% by volume) is legal and restricted for those 19 years and older.
- Alcohol (>15% by volume) is legal and restricted for those 19 years and older.
- Nicotine and Tobacco products are legal for medicinal use only.
- Cannabis is legal for medicinal use only.
- In Bregana, abortion is legal and accepted, but there is some stigma towards women who choose to have it.
- Same sex activity is legal in Bregana. LGBT people are widely accepted, but may face some stigma.
- Changing one's gender is legal but only if a person goes through HRT (hormone replacement therapy) and sex reassignment surgery.
- Approximately 1-1.9% of Bregana's GDP is spent on the military annually.
- Women are permitted to serve in the armed forces.
- Conscription is not enforced.
Freedom of Speech
- Freedom of speech is granted to all citizens constitutionally.
- It is legal to criticize the government.
- Online speech falls under Freedom of Speech.
- Laws concerning hate speech do exist but are not well enforced.
- Laws concerning the incitement of violence do exist.
- The press is considered as almost completely free.
- There is minimal censorship online by the government.