Ka'a and Kehbe
Ka'a and Kehbé
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Ka'a and Kehbé is a sovereign state in central Latinica. It covers an area of 191,161 square kilometres and is inhabited by approximately 6,690,636 inhabitants. Its capital and largest city is Motomaji.
Ka'a and Kehbé is a unitary republic. The current President in office is Bihgtidds Magee. The current head of government is Chaka Litkhuki. The Ka'an Kehban legislature is the TBA.
Social Policies and Laws
- You become a legal adult at age 18.
- You can obtain a driver's license at age 16.
- The age of consent is 17.
- The legal age of marriage is 18.
- Capital punishment is not used.
- Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide are legal depending on the jurisdiction.
- Pornography is legal with age restriction.
- Gambling is legal with no restriction.
- The legal voting age is 18.
- In Ka'a and Kehbé, only members of the police force can obtain a weapons license and the age depends on the jurisdiction.
- Alcohol (<15% by volume) is legal and restricted for those 18 years and older.
- Alcohol (>15% by volume) is legal and restricted for those 18 years and older.
- Nicotine and Tobacco products are legal and restricted for those 18 years and older.
- Cannabis is legal but unregulated for those 18 years and older.
- In Ka'a and Kehbé, abortion is legal but there is mixed public opinion.
- Same sex activity is legal in Ka'a and Kehbé, and there is some social stigma towards the LGBT community.
- Changing one's gender is legal depending on the jurisdiction.
- Approximately 4%+ of Ka'a and Kehbé'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 but are not well enforced.
- The press is considered as almost completely free.
- There is minimal censorship online by the government.