Institute for Central Smalik Affairs • Rik Hə ti ƿɛPəə kə Em Hək Slt • Dillouh Sis-Smaliha Cowdee

The Lands of the Lady of Sarigis or Sarigis for short is a de facto independent landlocked nation in western central Smalik, bordering Kencari, Nucani, Vaara, Bėltse, Three Cities and the Cove, Both Watches, and The Lectern. The territory of Sarigis, is the personal property of the Gough family for the most part; the towns and their surroundings were not, but fell within the borders of Sarigis during the desintegration of the Lectern of United Kencari Peoples (LUKP) in 318. The status of Sarigis is therefore complicated: it considers itself an autonomous part of the LUKP (as per an agreement that was struck with the government of the LUKP), which however doesn't exist anymore, but although The Lectern is considered to be the legal successor of the LUKP, Sarigis authorties deny being part of The Lectern, and in return, no claims to the territory of Sarigis have been pronounced by The Lectern.

Official name: The Lands of the Lady of Sarigis
Demonym: Sarigisian
Area: t.b.a.
Regime: monarchy

Inhabitants: 2,613,422 (est. 1/1/322)
Population density: t.b.a.
Population growth: 0.60% (321)
Life expectancy: 70.3 (male), 75.2 (female)
Top 5 cities (+ inhabitants):
 ·  Sarigis (203,338)
 ·  Imo (66,108)
 ·  Bbiräc (63,510)
 ·  Sudäc (55,761)
 ·  Ävesti (54,118)
Ethnic groups: Ingallish, Kencari, Bėltse
Languages: Ingallish, Coastal Kencari, Bėltse, Lake Kencari
Literacy: 94%
Religions: Orthodox Church of Bowdani (96%), Thuwkism (3%), other (1%)
Universities: none

Independence: 16-20 November 318 (de facto; from the LUKP, but no formal independence declared)
Capital: Sarigis (de facto)
Administrative division: 17 sectors
Head of state and government: Emma Gough (de facto of the territory serving as a de facto nation, since 16-20 November 318; her claim to be the rightful Lady of Sarigis since the death of her father Andrew Gough, 5th Lord Sarigis, on 4 November 316, is disputed as some claim that the title can only be inherited by men. Without any male heirs however, there have been no other claimants to the title, so Emma Gough's claim runs unopposed.)
Legislative: none at the moment
Political parties: none at the moment
Minister of foreign affairs: Mr Stone (since somewhere in 319)
International organisations: United Nations of Vexillium
Judiciary: t.b.a.
GDP: 62.28 billion; 23,831 per capita (est. 321)
Currency: Siester of the Lectern (and others)
Inflation: t.b.a. (321)
Unemployment: 0.4% (est. 1/1/322)
Working population: agriculture 34.1%, industry 31.8%, services 34.1%
Export: t.b.a.
Import: t.b.a.
Main trade partners: STOIC, other Smalik nations
Main companies: t.b.a.

International phone number: t.b.a.
Main local numbers: t.b.a.
Internet code: .sg, .sgs
Main newspapers: t.b.a.
Time zone: CMT -3

Roads: t.b.a.
Railroads: t.b.a.
Airports: t.b.a.

Highest mountain: t.b.a.
Longest river: t.b.a.
Climate: temperate

Official holidays: t.b.a.
National anthem: t.b.a.
Flag: a plain rectangular magenta panel

Geography and climate
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List of Heads of State of Sarigis (nation)
  318 - 322   Emma Gough, styled Lady of Sarigis

List of Lords and Ladies of Sarigis (title)
  148 - 162   Alden Gough, 1st Lord Sarigis
  162 - 189   Merrill Gough, 2nd Lord Sarigis
  189 - 222   Edbert Gough, 3rd Lord Sarigis
  222 - 251   Albert Gough, 4th Lord Sarigis
  251 - 316   Andrew Gough, 5th Lord Sarigis
  316 - 324   Emma Gough, Lady Sarigis (disputed)

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Society, culture, and sports
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