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Republic of Tsikinía

Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira Tsíkínía (Eniyanrish)
Bulúlú Tsikinía (Kabeká)
República de Tsikinía (Latinican)
Malo o Tsikinia (Jiyian)
Flag of Tsikinía
"Mirando Hacia El Futuro Con La Frente En Alto"(Latinican)
"Wiwa Si Ojo Iwaju Pẹlu Awọn Ori Wa Ti O Ga"(Eniyanrish)
"Va'ai i le lumana'i ma o tatou ulu e fa'amaualuga"(Jiyian)
"Sawa Wö̀ Mĩ Jkö Wöga Jána"(Kabeká)
(Everish:"Looking To The Future With Our Heads Held High")
"Canto al grano "(Latinican)
"Pese i le Tulaga"(Jiyian)
"Kseklö Tskéna"(Kabeká)
"Orin si Ojuami"(Eniyanrish)
(Everish:"Singing to the Grain")
File:Location Map Tsikinia.png
and largest city
Official languagesLatinican • Kabeká • Jiyian • Eniyanrish
Recognised national languagesEverish • Oolof • Proto-Kallitian
Recognised regional languagesLakadamian • Reddish • Swahellese
34% Isese
31% Christianity
30% No affiliation
5% Others
GovernmentPresidential, Representative Democratic Republic
• President
Marie Domínguez
• Vicepresident
Walema Sato'a
LegislatureLegislative Assembly of Tsikinía
83,153 km2 (32,106 sq mi) (110)
• Estimate
3,492,440 (109)
• Density
42/km2 (108.8/sq mi) (110)
CurrencyTsikinían ró (Ĩ) (TRO)
Time zone+5
Date formatDD-MM-YYYY
Driving sideright
Calling code+8
Internet TLD.tk

Tsikinia (Eniyanrish: Tsíkínía) officially Republic of Tsikinía (Eniyanrish: Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira Tsíkínía, Kabeká: Bulúlú Tsikinía, Latinican: República de Tsikinía, Jiyian: Malo o Tsikinia) is a sovereign state in the south of Latinica. Its capital and largest city is Diká.



Tsikinía is a Unitary presidential republic. The current head of state, whose title is President of the Republic, is Marie Domínguez. The vicepresident is Walema Sato'a. The Tsikinían legislature is known as the Legislative Assembly of Tsikinía.

Social Policies and Laws[edit]


  • You become a legal adult at age 18.
  • You can obtain a driver's license at age 16.
  • The age of consent is 15.
  • The legal age of marriage is 18.
  • Capital punishment is legal only in cumulative cases of order 5 crimes (Murder, Manslaughter, Rape, Child abuse, Animal abuse)
  • Euthanasia is legal only in the autonomous territory of Jiyí, but you can be redirected from the mainland.
  • Pornography is legal for people older than 18 and it's considered a job.
  • Sex Workers are recognized as workers.
  • Gambling is legal only in private spaces and authorized locals.


  • Any person born in the Tsikinían territory or with one Tsikinían parent will be granted with Tsikinían citizenship.
  • Immigrants can ask for residency after 3 years of living in the country and citizenship after 6 years of being in the country.
  • You can also get Tsikinían citizenship if you marry a Tsikinían, although you need to give proof the relationship exists, as Marriages for Convenience is illegal and punished with 3 years in jail.


  • The legal voting age is 18.
  • The legal age to hold office is 18.
  • All genders and religious affiliations are allowed to vote.
  • Suffrage is legal, but only Tsikinían citizens are allowed to vote in the presidential elections, although residents can vote in provincial and cantonall elections.

Gun laws[edit]

  • Weapons are legal to all those who can obtain a licence.
  • The legal age to hold a licence is 21.
  • There is no armed law enforcement. Civilians wishing to arm themselves must undergo rigorous mental health evaluations and wait around 1 month, depending on weapon and evaluation results.

Drug laws[edit]

  • Alcohol (<15% by volume) is legal, regulated by the state, and restricted to two drinks for those 14 years and older. People aged 16 and older can consume unlimited amounts.
  • Alcohol (>15% by volume) is legal, regulated by the state, and restricted for those 18 years and older.
  • Nicotine and Tobacco products are legal, regulated by the state, and restricted for those 18 years and older.
  • Cannabis is legal for all uses, regulated by the state, and restricted to those 16 years and older.
  • The consumption of nicotine and hard drugs is legal, but the distribution of these drugs is illegal. This is done to help erase the stigma around seeking help for addiction.

Abortion laws[edit]

  • In Tsikinía, all abortions are legal and costs are covered by the state. There is stigma about abortions among older people and mostly in the West Ulikan region, but it has decreased throughout the time as the last census showed 86% of the Tsikinían citizens agree with abortion compared to the 64% of 20 years ago.
  • There are no time limits to when an abortion can be performed in the case of rape, fetal defects, or the health of the mother.
  • The time limit to abortions performed for personal reasons is 18 weeks.
  • Public hospitals are the only hospitals allowed to perform abortions, as proper counseling and therapy can be provided.
  • Both members of the couple can give up being parents, but they have to provide child support.
  • If it's the case the pregnant person can't perform an abortion or doesn't want to, they can give the child to an Authorized Adoption Centre in the first year of life, after that it's considered child abandonment and is sentenced to 5 years in jail.

LGBT rights[edit]

  • Same-sex activity is legal in Tsikinía. There is stigma amond older people, although Tsikinía is usually considered one of the safest nations for LGBT+ people in Latinica.
  • The age of consent for same-sex intercourse is the same as heterosexual intercourse.
  • The LGBT community has the freedom of expression.
  • The LGBT community is protected by law from discrimination.
  • Same-sex marriage is legal everywhere in the union. LGBT people can adopt children with the same rights as heterosexual couples.
  • Changing one's gender is legal. For minors, changing one's gender is legal upon the approval of a physician after the child turns 7 years old.
  • The sex reassignment process is legal and can be carried out in private and public clinics, although in public clinics all medication costs are covered, although any surgery has to be done by private means.
  • Three genders are recognized by the Tsikinían law. The standard Female (F) and Male (M), and also the Non-Binary gender (N) which includes other genres included in the spectrum.
  • Although three genres are recognized in the mainland Tsikinía, there's a fourth gender recognized in Jiyí called Fa'afafine (F), which is a cultural "third gender" between Jiyian people. Fa'afafine people can work normally in the mainland Tsikinía as it will be considered as part of the Non-Binary spectrum. If you want to change your gender to Fa'afafine, you'll need to proof you are of Jiyian descent, this can also be performed in mainland Tsikinía.


  • The nation has no armed forces, it was constitutionally banned in 1950, although the nation holds an intern Public Force.
  • The country holds an international treatment with the rest of Latinican nations that if Tsikinía's safety is in danger they will respond to defend the nation.
  • Conscription is not enforced or practiced.

Freedom of Speech[edit]

  • 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 are detailed and heavily enforced. Hate speech is not protected as part of free speech, such as discrimination based on sex, gender, sexual orientation, social status, disability (mental or physical), religion, ethnicity or race.
  • Incitement of violence is not protected as part of free speech.
  • Press freedom is granted.

Administrative divisions[edit]

The Republic of Tsikinía is divided into 22 entities, composed of 21 provinces and 1 autonomous territory:

Provinces: These are administrative divisions within a country, they can't make their own laws, they are divided into cantons and the cantons are divided into districts, each district has their own government called municipaliy.

Autonomous Territories: That's the case of Jiyí, they have a huge cultural and/or linguistical difference within the rest of the republic, that they are granted control over cultural, linguistics, politics, communications, social security, education, research and trade in their territory, Tsikinía only provides international defense and representation.

These administrative divisions are themselves divided into Provinces, which are also themselves divided into Cantons, composed from 3 to 12.


Flag & Name
Complete name (tk)
Administration Population Area Territorial Division Codes
Type Capital Language(s) Total % (of pop.) Density km2 % (of area) Cantons Districts MIC[1] ISO
Provincia de Arenal
Province Guaymí 04 TK-AR
Bek'ã Taíno
Provincia de Bek'ã Taíno
Province Kèbok 21 TK-BT
Provincia de Chorotega
Province Ríoalba 12 TK-CH
Provincia de Diquis
Province Órkasa 14 TK-DQ
Provincia de Doghon
Province Savannahala 13 TK-DG
Territorio Dependiente de Jiyí
Overseas Territory Moanalu 22 TK-JI
Provincia de Lobi
Province Kuvula 18 TK-LO
Provincia de Makonde
Province Mawaji 10 TK-MK
Provincia de Mbala
Province Katowkä 06 TK-MB
Provincia de Mbanza
Province Níwára 02 TK-MZ
Provincia de Monteverde
Province Tejar 09 TK-MV
Provincia de Ndongo
Province Bulú 07 TK-ND
Provincia de Osa'a
Province Fon 15 TK-OS
Provincia de Patagona
Province Vientopalma 16 TK-PA
Provincia de Quetzalco
Province Newelt 03 TK-QZ
Provincia de Shouna
Province Arboremakonde 05 TK-SH
Provincia de Talakimu
Province Pachá 17 TK-TA
Provincia de Talamánka
Province Diká 01 TK-TL
Provincia de Tammaríndo
Province Nikkoya 08 TK-TM
Provincia de Uakon
Province Be'jkönē 19 TK-UA
West Palesa
Provincia de Palesa Oriental
Province Mwambao 11 TK-WP
Provincia de Zapotec
Province Guadalupe 20 TK-ZA


Location and Borders[edit]
Location and Borders[edit]
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