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Kalșerian Republic

Kalșériton Repúblika (Kalhan)

Motto: Erile ríd foita (Old Kalhan)
Map of Kalșeri in the world
Map of Kalșeri in the world
and largest city
Official languages Kalhan, English
Recognised regional languages Spanish, French, German, Irish, Italian, Miꞌkmaq, Scottish Gaelic
Ethnic groups
83.4% White
6.6% Hispanic or Latino
5.4% Black
1.6% Native American
3% others
59.4% Christian
28.1% Unaffiliated
4.5% Muslim
2.3% Judaism
0.5% New Serigéa
7.4% Other
Demonym(s) Kalșerian
Government Federal parliamentary constitutional republic
• President
Richard Nakamura
Jim Babich (D)
• President of the Senate
Filippus Narasi (D)
Diego Y. Morelos (L)
Legislature Congress
House of Representatives
• Coronation of Ausvan I as King of Lág
300 BC
• Coronation of Rovuan VII as King of Greater Lág
836 AD
• Establishment of the British Province of Callen
September 3, 1783
• Adoption of the Charter
July 1, 1934
• Total
96,357 km2 (37,204 sq mi) (108th)
• 2018 estimate
40,389,950 (37th)
• Density
419.17/km2 (1,085.6/sq mi) (34th)
GDP (PPP) 2018 estimate
• Total
$1.409 trillion (26th)
• Per capita
34,893 (37th)
GDP (nominal) 2018 estimate
• Total
$1.329 trillion (17th)
• Per capita
32,912 (25th)
Gini (2013) 29.2
HDI 0.902
very high
Currency Kalșerian hem (ħ) (KAH)
Time zone UTC-3 (KST)
• Summer (DST)
UTC-3 (not observed)
Date format yyyy-mm-dd (ISO 8601, bureaucratic)
Driving side right
Calling code +311
ISO 3166 code KL
Internet TLD .kl

Kalșeri, (occasionally rendered as Kalseri or Kalsheri; /kəlˈʃɛərɪ, kæl-/, Kalhan: [kɐɫˈʃeɾɪ]), officially the Kalșerian Republic (Kalșériton Repúblika) is an island country in North America, lying on the North Atlantic Ocean. It consists of a major island and several smaller islands, some of which inhabited. With a population of 40,389,950, Kalșeri is the 37th most populated country, between Ukraine and Canada.

Kalșeri is a federal parliamentary republic that consists of fourteen cantons. The ceremonial President is elected directly by the people every seven years and appoints the Prime Minister, who serves as the the head of government, according to the composition of the Congress. The Congress, composed of the House of Representatives and the Senate, is the organ through which the people request laws to be promulgated or repealed, and meets in the capital city of Evalria.

Kalșeri is a member of several global organizations, such as the United Nations, the Commonwealth of Nations, NATO, OECD, WTO, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the OSCE and the OAS.

Pre-Columbian Kalșeri was inhabited by several ethnic groups, among which the Lág people, who would rule the island until the arrival of the British. Following a period of co-existence with the Spanish and the French, much of modern-day Kalșeri was made into a British province in 1669; British rule would last until 1783, when, following a war of independence, Kalșeri was established as a republic. Since then, Kalșeri has mostly enjoyed internal peace, except for the Royalist riots of 1891 and some ethnic clashes in the latter half of the twentieth century.


The name Kalșeri, colloquial form of Kalhanseri (literally meaning "House of the Kalhan", anglicized as Callanserry), was adopted on January 1, 1933 by President Ioen Rovuan, replacing Callanserry. The word Kalhanseri was first used by British-Kalșerian poet Tomas Ienuvion (born Thomas White) in his 1768 book Seriflalko ("About the Homeland"), where he pushed for the independence of Kalșeri from Great Britain. The book saw immediate success among Kalhan-speaking people, but was banned by the British authorities until 1783. The term Kalhan itself comes from the Kalhan Stone, a piece of one of the three Evalrian obelisks, built by Rovuan the Conqueror to commemorate his victory over the Așál, Kalúen and Takalim tribes in the 9th century CE, which contained the following text:


(modern Kalhan: Kalhanșe nurkien iehale iegiksa kimsi lemmio) which means "Kalhan shall be spoken everywhere by everyone until the end of time". The stone was discovered in 1574 by Spanish missionary Carlos Rodríguez Sobral, who brought it home and attempted to decipher it; the stone would travel the world and be studied for centuries, before being returned in 1953, at the behest of the Kalșerian government. Today the stone sits in the National Museum of History in Evalria.

Officially, the Government mandates that the name of the country be written with the Ș whenever possible. If, for technical reasons, the letter cannot be rendered properly, the writings Kalşeri, Kalseri, Kalsheri and Kalxeri are also accepted.



Excavations close to Mount Takal found tools and bones that date back to around 10,000 BC, showing that modern-day Kalșeri began to be populated around that date. The first stable settlement is dated at around 4500 BC, in modern-day Hartleyville, New Lothian, and by 1000 BC, several villages were built across Raflá, the main island, the most prominent of which is Lágrél, close to modern-day Evalria. The first stable village in San Rafael is believed to have been built in 850 BC, while Cartier Island was not shown to be inhabited during the period.

The settlers, organized into chiefdoms were relatively isolated from each other and would mostly get in contact when their claims overlapped each other, causing conflicts. The first chiefdoms started to appear around the 4th century BC, the oldest of which is often agreed upon to be Lág, as shown by several contemporary sources, such as the Chronicles of Lág, as well as more recent sources, such as the 17th-century History of Lág up to the Present Day. The other seven main chiefdoms were Șanvel, Așál, Iskio, Takalim, Janval, Șindal and Kalúen.

Middle Ages

Rovuan VII of Lág, popularly known as the Conqueror, contributed to the expansion of his chiefdom throughout the early 9th century AD, annexing the other chiefdoms in Raflá and the other main islands. After his death in 847, his son, Rovuan VIII, would establish the groundwork for what would become the Kalșerian nobility by awarding ceremonial titles to military commanders from rival tribes who were deemed to have fought valiantly.

After a two-year skirmish between Terduan of Lág and Serigéa priest Unvan Falseris, resolved with the Main Gate Treaty, the religious organization was stripped of all influence in matters not concerning the religion, and the line of succession to the throne was amended to bar children born out of wedlock from inheriting the throne. Following the treaty, the cultural landscape in Lág began to thrive as production of books and works of art rose in prominence.

Modern history

In 1534, before exploring the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Jacques Cartier spotted an island that he called Île Longue Inconnue ("unknown long island") and later landed there, claiming it in the name of King Francis I. Colonization of the island did not begin until 1605, when Gervaise de La Cornelle was invited by Henry IV to settle there and start a new community, encouraging civilian settling in the island.

Almost concurrently, the Spaniards began a series of Franciscan missions to Christianize the Kingdom of Lág, mostly in the island of Iskio. After initial misunderstanding, King Loșar II decided to let them stay in the island and to allow Catholicism to be freely followed in the Lág Kingdom. Joseph's son, Philip I, made Catholicism the official religion of the Kingdom, adopted the Gregorian calendar and brought the Latin alphabet to Kalhan, ditching the Old Kalhan alphabet for all official purposes. When the Franciscan missions came to an end, Iskio, now called San Rafael, was repurposed as a penal colony; prisoners would be sent there until the eighteenth century.

British colony

Map showing the British (until 1707 English) colonies in modern-day Kalșeri

In 1667, the English Province of Cape Sundervale, at the time occupied by the Șanvel tribe, was established, replacing the northern settlement of Șanvelrél. After initial resistance from King John II of Lág, the Kingdom of Lág was renamed Province of Callen and made a subject of the British Empire, imposing Anglicanism in the former Kingdom and Anglicizing all Kalhan place names. Another condition imposed by the war was that all Kalhan names of cities and villages were to be changed to English names, such as Evalria being renamed New Leeds.

British control began to wane in 1773 after the Tea Revolt, where an organization called Hișon Vionia ("Free Sons") fired a cannon against a ship carrying East Indian tea to Port Walpole, destroying her. Following the incident, the Province of Callen was deprived of its autonomy and passed a series of acts similar to the Intolerable ones in Boston. After a series of battles and the drafting of the Declaration of Independence, Kalșeri achieved independence in 1783, and General Archibald Hayworth of the newly-formed Kalșerian Armed Forces was made President.

Early Independence Period (1783–1932)

Throughout the eighteenth century, the political infrastructure of Kalșeri was built. During the Constituent Assembly, it was decided that the country was to be a federal republic, where the subdivisions, called cantons were to enjoy a certain degree of autonomy from the central government in Evalria, and the President was to enjoy much of the control of the executive branch of the government, with some limitations from the Supreme Court and the Congress, composed of the Senate and the House of Representatives; all of this would be reiterated in the Carnafarry Statute of 1784, which would act as the Constitution of Kalșeri.

While the first half of the 19th century was relatively uneventful, the second half was marked by two events: the first was the Long Depression, which went on from 1873 to 1879. President Enrik Gann enacted a series of protectionist laws to foster Kalșerian production. The second event was the 1891 Kalșeri riots, which started after the Supreme Court threw Grigor Lágan and the National Royalist Party's challenge of the result of the referendum; several protests were reported in Lennoxton and Carnafarry after the case was thrown out of court. In the meanwhile, Feldnehmer resigned and was succeeded by Ieremía Skanhal, whose handling of the riots was condemned across all parties for the use of violence against the revolting Royalists. Baldvin Úkegi and Terence Segner were appointed Presidents in an attempt to find stability across the political landscape, but it was Aleksis Harnel, a descendant of a pre-colonial noble family, who brought a peaceful end to the revolts.

The flag used by the Áretasagia

Throughout World War I, despite Kalșerian neutrality, some volunteers, who called themselves Áretasagia, left the country to fight in the Western Front against the Central Powers. President Emilius Ninkoșagi's refusal to award the Order of the Golden Sun to the volunteers was met with backlash, and he and his cabinet resigned. His successor, Mike Tearney, rewarded the volunteers as promised.

Later Independence Period (1932–present)

Flag of the Kalșerian Movement for Action, commonly known as the Silverjackets

After the Wall Street Crash of 1929, banks and companies in Kalșeri began to fail, unemployment rose and personal income, prices, profits and tax revenue plummeted. The crisis made citizens look for alternatives to the traditional parties, who came up with plans to combat the crisis that were deemed unsatisfactory; the most prominent of these alternative movements was the Movement for Action (Driréri), also called the Silverjackets due to the uniform the members wore, led by actor Ioen Klarenșus Șandler. When President Egbert Ralgi resigned, a presidential election was held on May 1, 1932, in which Șandler was elected President of Kalșeri.

Șandler's presidency was marked by the creation of the Kalșerian Air Force on January 1, 1933, and the planned invasion of Cape Sundervale, as part of his "One People, One Language, One Nation" doctrine. On June 7, despite opposition from generals, Ioen Rovuan declared war against the United Kingdom. The invasion plan was leaked by political opponent Lerfuan Halas, who contacted British authorities and alerted them of a possible invasion of Cape Sundervale. After the failure of the invasion, Șandler, now referring to himself as Ioen Rovuan, was hastily diagnosed with schizophrenia and incapacitated by the Congress, which then elected Lerfe, an independent, as President pro tempore. Ioen Rovuan was then escorted to Flarón, the smallest of the six inhabitable Esiskio Islands, where he would stay for about a month, before being brought back to mainland Kalșeri due to complications from pneumonia. On January 14, 1934, ten days after Ioen Rovuan's mysterious death, Lerfe, Halas and Governor General of Cape Sundervale Charlie Greene met in Lennoxton and discussed the terms for the peace treaty, which was signed three days later.

On July 1, 1934 the Charter of Kalșeri, written by members of all the major Kalșerian parties at the time, was unanimously passed by Congress; among the new rights, the Charter expanded the voting rights for anyone 20 or older, regardless of sex, religion, political affiliation or past convictions. Following the promulgation of the Charter, about five thousand women celebrated at King Ausvan Square in Evalria. The post of President was made ceremonial, and most of its executive powers were transferred to the newly-created post of Prime Minister

In the first general election since Ioen Rovuan's rise to power took place, Social Cooperation Party leader Ignașus Holbek won and was appointed as the first Prime Minister. He dealt with the ongoing Great Depression by creating the National Reconstruction Board, which aimed to rescue, restructure and finance banks and private companies that went bankrupt during the Great Depression, the National Works Board, to rapidly create manual-labor jobs for millions of unemployed workers, the National Farm Board, to combat poverty in rural areas of the country and to create jobs for unskilled young men, and the Ministry of Social Insurance, which handled the benefits of retired workers, disabled citizens and veterans; the creation of most of these entities was propelled by the success of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. Most of the national boards created by Holbek would be made redundant by 1939.

In 1935, prominent members of the Movement for Action were put on trial by a joint Kalșerian-British court. The Movement was put on a ten-year surveillance period, which lapsed in 1946.

Kalșerian neutrality in World War II allowed the country to focus on existing issues in the country; these issues ranged from the serious, such as a series of tax relief and financial restructuring laws passed from 1941 to 1946 to aid economically underdeveloped cantons, to the more trivial, such as a Kalhan language reform in 1941, which was followed by an amendment to the Education Act of 1873, which would expand the compulsory education age from the 5-to-12-years-old range to the 5-to-16-years-old range and restructure the Kalșerian public education system to fit the new range. Holbek's third term was marked by Kalșeri's accession to several world-wide organizations, such as the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund and NATO.

At the end of World War II, Kalșeri experienced a wave of immigration from the devastated European countries; this provoked a series of ethnic clashes between migrants and Kalșerian nationalists which would last until the early 1950s.

On September of 1961, Kalșeri, along with twenty other Western countries, founded the OECD, after the preceding organization, the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation (OEEC), was reformed to allow non-European countries to join.

In 1968, a series of protests took place throughout Kalșeri, mostly denouncing the discrimination, oftentimes based on language, towards Kalșerians who did not speak either Kalhan or English in schools, workplaces and other places where the use of Kalhan and/or English was officially mandated and backed up by punishments for not speaking either language. While Prime Minister Eduard Hals did act to allow the use of additional languages where requested, it would be his successor, Raimund Tógisi that would ban public schools from adopting punitive measures for Kalhan or English non-speakers. The protests also triggered a series of strikes throughout the country, demanding better working conditions and higher salaries. An additional measure adopted during the protests was the abolition of Religious Education (Séaiokare) as a mandatory subject in primary and secondary schools, introducing freedom of choice on the matter. As a result of the protests, Tógisi would successfully push for the lowering of the voting age for nationwide elections, from 20 to 18, and the minimum age to be elected to public nationwide offices, from 35 to 25.

Flag of the Kalhan Liberation Front

The 1970s were a turbulent period in Kalșerian politics, dominated by five events: the 1972 Kalșerian coup d'état attempt, orchestrated by Colonel Eutikianus Végisi and the far-right monarchist organization Lágan Reaction; the 1977 Lockheed scandal that hit the Social Cooperation Party and the Tógisi cabinet; the bombing campaign by the Anglophobic Kalhan nationalist paramilitary organization Kalhan Liberation Front (Kalhanhiregeri, KHG); the introduction of the Kalșerian Health Service, the first national national health care system; and the new Kalșerian Penal Code (Moreonia), from which capital punishment was removed. The Kalhanhiregeri and its connections to the Shoonagerry were still a prominent talking point into the 1980s.

On July 18, 1991, after a series of talks, the Cape Sundervale Agreement was signed by British Prime Minister John Major, Governor General of Cape Sundervale Garry Halford and Prime Minister Phil Garner; at midnight of September 20, 1991, Cape Sundervale was officially handed over to Kalșeri, ending 322 years of British control over the tiny territory. Phil Garner was also responsible for the privatization of many state companies, such as the Kalșerian Post Service, Kalșerian Telecom, KaGi and Kalșerian Airways, as well as Kalșeri's accession to the North American Free Trade Agreement on January 1, 1994.

On October 19, 1997, Rashid al-Mufti, a 53-year-old Algerian restaurant manager who had been living in Kalșeri for nine years, was fatally shot in Percy by Kalșerian policeman Trevor Fiddling. After the Percy Police Department central building was bombed by Hamza al-Mufti, the victim's brother, on October 27, Prime Minister Garner signed the Public Security Act, which, among the measures, ordered all "sensitive buildings", such as police department headquarters and ministries, to be guarded non-stop and more stringent security checks to be applied in airports.

On July 6, 2000, Prime Minister Alejandra Ríos Soriano approved plans to expand EVL to accommodate the increasing traffic, at the cost of a portion of a low-income neighborhood; this project was polarizing, as supporters of the expansion and dissenters clashed in Evalria and surrounding areas, creating a climate of unrest in the city. During the unrest, the 350-Eri ("350 Group", referencing the 350 people who lost their house in the airport expansion) murdered Minister of Transportation Stan Morgenbau and kidnapped other people connected to Ríos Soriano.

On November 30, 2018, Prime Minister Maksimilianus Ureska signed the a new agreement with the United States, Canada and Mexico. Once ratified, the USMCKA will replace the existing NAFTA.

The 2010s have been described as a decade of liberalization, as marijuana was legalized in Evalria, Tigupoke and Urgel, LGBT people have been allowed to serve in the Armed Forces since 2017, and all restrictions on non-heterosexual marriages were removed in 2019. In 2020, major restrictions in transit and activities were put into place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Maksimilianus Ureska was criticized for his initial amendment to the Church Tax Act in 2016, and later eased the requirements for tax exemptions for religious institutions. Ureska resigned from office following the Uslar Papers scandal.


Map showing the rivers in Kalșeri

The land area of Kalșeri is approximately 96,357 square kilometers (37,204 sq mi), with Raflá, the biggest island of the country, being almost 71,749 square kilometers (approximately 27.702 sq mi). New Lothian is the largest canton at 13,645.75 square kilometers (5,268.63 sq mi), while Chalmersville is the smallest canton, at just 57.98 square kilometers (22.39 sq mi). Kalșeri ranks 108th in the world, below South Korea and above Hungary.

Kalșeri is dominated by the Jemeri, a mountain range which spans through the northern half of the country east–west, with the 1295-meter (4249-foot) Mount Takal being the peak of the chain and the tallest mountain in Kalșeri. The southern half of the country and much of the coastal area are mostly level. The fertile Flanúr Flatland stretches almost concurrently with the Jemeri range; three of the rivers which flow through the plain, Falșak, Saiú, the longest river in the country at almost 399 kilometers (248 miles), and Lág, are among the most commercially important bodies of water in Kalșeri.

Being a relatively small group of islands surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the climate in Kalșeri tends to be similar throughout the country. The oceanic climate (Köppen classification Cfb) is prevalent. Summers tend to be mild, with temperatures rarely going beyond 25 °C (77 °F), whereas winters are cool.

Government and politics

Kalșeri is a representative democracy and a federation with a republican form of government. The head of state is the democratically-elected President, who appoints the Prime Minister, who operates as the head of government under the limits set by the Charter, the country's supreme document. The current President is Richard Nakamura, and the current Prime Minister is Liberal Democrat Jim Babich, appointed on October 9, 2021.

In the Kalșerian federalist system, citizens are subject to three levels of government: federal, cantonal and municipal. Provincial government, subject to cantons, is mostly relegated to local judicial functions, and sub-municipal divisions exist for statistic purposes and hold very little to no power.

The federal government is divided into three branches:

  • Legislative: The bicameral Congress (Kongressus), composed of the House of Representatives and the Senate, creates federal laws, declares war or compels the drafting of peace treaties and incapacitates members of the executive government, including the President. The House of Representatives is composed of 200 members, with each canton having a number of electoral districts proportional to the population on the year of election, whereas the Senate is composed of three Senators per canton. The High Summoner, (Ralton Nugi) and the President of the Senate oversee the daily procedures of their respective chamber and regulate debate.
  • Executive:
    • The President (Alseugi or Président), elected every seven years by the people, is the commander-in-chief of the Kalșerian Armed Forces, and serves as the ceremonial head of state. Their duties include signing bills proposed by Congress into law, granting pardons, appointing federal judges upon consent of the Congress, and the largely ceremonial task of representing Kalșeri abroad. In times of absence or inability, the Presidential tasks are fulfilled by the High Summoner.
    • The Prime Minister (Oilor Mínister) is the head of government, and yields a considerable amount of powers, nominating or dismissing Ministers and asking for their opinions and issuing declarations of war or peace treaties upon consent of the Congress. If, for any reason, the Prime Minister cannot fulfill their duties, their tasks are handled by the Deputy Prime Minister (Sim-Oilor-Mínister), a primus inter pares annually chosen among the members of the President's cabinet.
  • Judicial: The Supreme Court (Ralton Kort) and other federal courts, whose judges are appointed by the President upon consent of the Senate, interpret and develop laws, and overturn those deemed contrary to the Charter ("uncharterly").

Current cabinet

All office holders are members of the Liberal Democratic Party, unless otherwise stated.

Position Portrait Holder Appointment
Prime Minister Adam Schiff 115th official photo (cropped 2).jpg Jim Babich March 28, 2022
Deputy Prime Minister Maia Filisi October 18, 2021
Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fishing Niall Hancox October 18, 2021
Minister of Culture, Arts and Tourism Anthony Dale-Crockett (C) October 18, 2021
Minister of Defense Frankiska Narasi October 18, 2021
Professor General Chris Gershwin October 18, 2021
Minister of Energy and Sustainable Development Andrew Garmen, Esq. October 18, 2021
Minister of Environment and Parks Kirk Smith October 18, 2021
Treasurer General Frank Zanin (Ind.) October 18, 2021
Minister of Foreign Affairs Mark Reschner (Ind.) September 6, 2020
Minister of Gender Equality Élodie Fabron October 18, 2021
Minister of Health Bob McGuire (N) October 18, 2021
Minister of Infrastructure, Territorial Development and Transportation Nataniel Lóșarsi (N) October 18, 2021
Minister of Internal Affairs Rod Packard, Esq. October 18, 2021
Attorney General Mary Louise Williams October 18, 2021
Minister of Kalhan Affairs and Linguistic Minorities Maia Filisi October 18, 2021
Minister of Labor and Social Insurance Pierre-Philippe D'Aurigny (P) October 18, 2021
Public Advocate Ann Kimberly, Esq. October 18, 2021
Minister of Sports Buck O'Shea (Ind.) October 18, 2021
Minister of Telecommunications and Digital Proficiency Uiliam Sérisi (N) October 18, 2021
Minister of Youth Teri Hansen (Ind.) October 18, 2021


Like its neighboring countries, Kalșeri is a common law country; therefore, judges have the power to develop laws by interpreting them and applying precedents and other legal statutes, or common sense when the former two are unavailable, rather than just issuing verdicts as prescribed by a central source written by legislators. The Kalșerian penal code (Moreonia) is a collection of all the cases, federal, cantonal or local, that have set a precedent. Kalșerian law distinguishes between misdemeanor and felony, and murder is classified by degrees, much like in the United States.

There are seven sources of law in the country: the Charter, the Penal Code, cantonal and municipal laws, federal regulations, international treaties and agreements that have been ratified by the Congress, executive orders and intercantonal protocols. Of these seven, the Charter is the supreme document that overrides all other national laws.

Foreign relations


Law enforcement and crime

Legal status of capital punishment by canton.

Law enforcement is primarily carried out by the Kalșerian Police Force (Stirdoeri), through several local and federal branches that vary in scope. The Kalșerian Defense Agency (KDA) has specialized duties, such as protecting civil rights and national defense, as well as enforcing federal laws, sometimes backing up the Police. The Police Force responds to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, whereas the KDA is handled by the Ministry of Defense.

Kalșeri is a "may-issue" jurisdiction, which means that a potential buyer of a firearm must prove that there is a "good cause" for them to own the firearm; their mental health and capabilities, as well as their surroundings, are also taken into account before a permit is issued. An additional nationwide charge (the "gun tax"), whose value varies by canton, is also applied at the moment of the purchase. In Tigupoke, only farmers and law enforcement agents are generally allowed to own guns.

A 2018 report by the Kalșerian Ministry of Justice states that there were 512 cases of intentional homicide throughout the year; the intentional homicide rate is 1.77 for every 100,000 inhabitants, a similar rate to those of Kuwait and Canada.

A 2019 KalStat survey reports that about 85,000 people were incarcerated at the time of compiling; the incarceration rate for the year was 295 prisoners for every 100,000 inhabitants, putting Kalșeri at 36th place, on par with Namibia and Uruguay.

Since 1980, capital punishment is no longer carried out for federal crimes and in eleven of the fourteen cantons. It is still legal and regularly carried out in New Lothian and Janval, whereas the Quincollian cantonal constitution has yet to be ratified.


The Șunageri (Kalhan for "protection organization"), also rendered as Shoonagerry, is a group of transnational criminal organizations based in Kalșeri, most active in rural areas, suburbs and other zones with a low quality of life, often in lieu of law enforcement agencies. Its main purpose is to offer protection and loans to disadvantaged Kalșerians at a high price.

The modern Șunageri was established after the British gained control over the former Kingdom of Lág, with the aim of protecting native Kalhan speakers who were suddenly discriminated against. Initial acts included spreading Anglophobic material, kidnapping British officials and offering protection to former Lág subjects at an exorbitant fee. After Kalșeri achieved independence in 1783, the Șunageri stopped distributing Anglophobic literature and shifted to more conventional activities, such as drug trafficking, gambling in areas and contexts where it is illegal, arms trafficking, insurance fraud, creating and distributing fake identity documents and money and, more recently, security hacking, copyright infringement and crimes involving cryptocurrency. Funds obtained from these operations are regularly used for investments in legitimate businesses.

The organization, which enjoys connections with other criminal groups, chiefly the Yakuza, the Sicilian Mafia and Colombian drug cartels, has a federal structure, meaning that there is no one central organization or leader; however, it is not uncommon for branches to co-operate whenever necessary.

According to police descriptions, members of the Șunageri (Șunagia, "protectors") are most often white males who speak Kalhan fluently and wear business suits. All Șunagia are expected to obey the code of conduct (boskogea, "doctrine of dignity"), which puts restrictions on when and how to carry out murder and arson, and outright forbids "ungentlemanly" acts like abusing newcomers in any way, animal abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking; under the boskogea, members of the organization must appear kind and caring when approaching someone for the first time. Failure to obey the code of conduct may result in seizure of possessions, expulsion, being reported to the police, maiming or even death.

Administrative divisions

The fourteen cantons of Kalșeri

Kalșeri is a federation of fourteen cantons cantons (falalia, singular falál), which have a large amount of leeway in local matters. Cantons are divided into 36 judicial provinces (provinsia), in turn divided into 592 municipalities (șámenia), which hold a certain degree of power over local matters, and a Special Territory (Speșalton Flal) surrounding Mount Takal. Municipalities are subdivided into smaller statistical divisions, whose name changes among the cantons.

Flag Canton Abbr. Capital city Languages Est. Area Inhabitants Demonym
Flag of Cape Sundervale.svg Cape Sundervale
(Kalhan: Șanvel)
CS English (preferred language)
1991 211.45 km2 (81.64 sq mi) 222,747 Sundervellian
Flag of Cartier Island.svg Cartier Island
(French: Île-de-Cartier)
IC (French)
Henriville French (preferred language)
1783 7,773.06 km2 (3,001.18 sq mi) 746,726 Cartierois(e) (French)
Flag of Chalmersville.svg Chalmersville CH Kalhan
1954 163.47 km2 (63.12 sq mi) 953,186 Chalmersvillian
Chalmie (colloquial)
Yarkie (colloquial)
Flag of Evalria.svg Evalria EV Kalhan
1783 329.05 km2 (127.05 sq mi) 2,114,960 Evalrian
Flag of Janval.svg

Artsagia flag.svg
Janval JV Hutchinson Kalhan
1783 10,282.80 km2 (3,970.19 sq mi) 3,500,248 Janvalian
Flag of Kaluen.svg Kalúen KL Percy Kalhan
1783 13,177.51 km2 (5,087.84 sq mi) 6,456,398 Kaluonic
Flag of Lag.svg Lág LG Branbury Kalhan
1783 7,642.04 km2 (2,950.61 sq mi) 5,598,044 Lágan
Flag of New Kerry.svg New Kerry
(Irish: Ciarraí Nua)
NK Carnafarry
(Irish: Cathair na Farraige)
1783 9,036.17 km2 (3,488.88 sq mi) 4,499,905 New Kerrian
Flag of New Lothian.svg New Lothian
(Scottish Gaelic: Lodainn Nuadh)
LN Hartleyville
(Scottish Gaelic: Baile Hartley)
Scottish Gaelic
1783 8,011.34 km2 (3,093.18 sq mi) 3,010,496 New Lothianer
Loshaner (colloquial)
Flag of Quincollia.svg Quincollia QN Vemín Kalhan
2020 5,634.41 km2 (2,175.5 sq mi) 614,489 Quincollian
Flag of San Rafael.svg San Rafael
(Spanish: San Rafael
Miꞌkmaq: Amitgit)
SR Las Encinas Kalhan
1783 11,168.66 km2 (4,312.22 sq mi) 2,639,430 Rafaelite
Rafaelita (Spanish)
Flag of Takalim.svg Takalim TK Lennoxton Kalhan
1783 12,321.80 km2 (4,757.45 sq mi) 5,514,632 Takalese
Flag of Tigupoke.svg Tigupoke
(Miꞌkmaq: Tgupoq)
TG Cowhill Kalhan
1891 4,420.64 km2 (1,706.81 sq mi) 1,175,906 Tigupokian
Flag of Urgel.svg Urgel UR St. Adrian Kalhan
6,195.09 km2 (2,391.93 sq mi) 3,342,783 Urgelian


The House of Representatives constituencies for 2017

In Kalșeri, the President is elected on September 20 every seven years, whereas the House of Representatives is elected on the third Sunday of March of a year ending with 7 or 2. Elected Senators are chosen with a two-year buffer from each other. All national elections employ contingent vote, a variant of instant-runoff voting where voters are asked to choose their "first preference" and a "backup preference", usually a major party. While successful candidates are usually connected to a party, candidates are not required to be members of any party to run for any elected office. Some parties, such as the ones in Congress, may choose to run on a national level or locally.

The President is elected directly by the people and serves for a single, non-renewable seven-year term. To run for President, the candidate must meet the following requirements:

  • be born in Kalșeri or elsewhere to Kalșerian parents;
  • be 25 or older at the time of the election;
  • not have been accused of any felony for the last 15 years;
  • enjoy good physical and mental health. This requirement was added in 1934, as to avoid another case of a psychotic president, as Ioen Rovuan was. In 1987, the Supreme Court case Hendriksen v. Kalșeri ruled that individuals with mental conditions that do not intrinsically hinder one's awareness of their own actions cannot be barred from running for President.

Each canton has its own number of Representatives depending on the population reported in the last Census, divided by 210,000, whereas the number of Senators is four per canton. Following the 2021 Kalșerian term limits referendum, Members of Congress are limited to two terms.


According to a 2018 estimate by the International Monetary Fund, the Kalșerian GDP is about $1 trillion, giving the country a $34,893 GDP per capita. Kalșeri's main trading partners are the United States, Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom, China and Germany. The national inflation rate is attested at 2.2% in 2019.

A 2013 estimate reported that the public sector constituted 16.8% of the Kalșerian workforce. A report by the Ministry of Labor stated that unemployment in the country is attested at 5.3% of the workforce.

Kalșeri guarantees its workers 25 days of paid vacation, as well as paid parental leave.

The currency of Kalșeri is the hem (symbol: ħ, ISO 4217: KAH).


Map of the national highway system

The Kalșerian Highway Network is the national network of freeways. Though decreasing in recent years, Kalșerian vehicle ownership per capita has been historically high, with 484 vehicles per 1,000 people in 2017.

Public transport in the nation has been dominated by trains; KalRail, which was state-owned until 1997, handles the majority of the railway network, although other companies exist, especially on a local level. Big cities such as Evalria and Lennoxton have their own rapid transit and/or light rail systems, and also run a system of bike freeways called Bikarnia. Most settlements in the country are also served by several intercity bus common carriers, the most prominent of which is Goldenhawk Bus.

Ignașus Holbek Evalria International Airport (EVL) is the busiest airport in the country, and serves as the hub for Kalșerian Airways, the national flag carrier. Other important airports include Lennoxton International, Percy–Andy Garnier, Hartleyville–Ben Webber and Chalmersville–Hank Colavino.

The ports of Piombino, Lág and Goldshore, Kalúen are the two main ports in Kalșeri, and serve as gateways into the country for tourists and immigrants arriving by ship.



Kalșeri has a population of 40,389,950, with 18.9% of people living in the ten most populated cities. Since the arrival of the British in 1669, Kalșeri has shifted from a largely rural population to an urban one.

Evalria, the capital city of Kalșeri, is the most populated city in the country, with one and a half million residents; it forms the Lev Corridor, home to about 3.5 million people, with nearby Lennoxton, the second-most populated city in the nation, as well as the suburbs of both cities.

Other relevant cities include Percy, the City-Canton of Chalmersville and Hartleyville.

According to the December 2020 report by the World Health Organization for 2019, Kalșeri has an average life expectancy of 81.5, the 24th highest in the world, between Austria and Belgium.

Ten biggest cities in Kalșeri by population (within municipal borders)
Rank Image City Inhabitants (2019 est.)
1 Calgary panorama-2.jpg Flag of Evalria.svg Evalria 2,114,960
2 E-Town (27060806558).jpg Lennoxton, TK 1,333,072
3 Victoria, British Columbia Skyline at Twilight.jpg Percy, KL 1,007,275
4 Aarhus Ø (skyline) 02.jpg Flag of Chalmersville.svg Chalmersville 953,186
5 Downtown Yellowknife, NT, lit by late summer sunset.jpg Hartleyville, LN 586,997
6 Regina seen from wascana hill.jpg Branbury, LG 403,663
7 Roch qhill.JPG Hutchinson, JV 349,899
8 Windsor Ontario.jpg Las Encinas, SR 298,479
9 Niagara Falls Three Sisters Islands.jpg Henriville, CI 281,950
10 Downtown Oshawa.JPG St. Adrian, UR 273,188

Ethnic composition

Ethnic groups in Kalșeri
(2018 estimate)
Ethnic group Percent of population Members
White Kalșerians 82.4% 33,192,995
Hispanic/Latino Kalșerians 6.6% 2,658,662
Black Kalșerians 5.4% 2,175,270
Native Americans 1.6% 644,524
Miꞌkmaq 1.49% 600,214
Others 0.11% 44,310
Asian Kalșerians 1.2% 483,393 (TOT: 39154844)
Others 1.31% 1,235,106
Total 100% 40,389,950

Kalșeri has been a mostly white country throughout its history, with Kalșerians of Lág descent and those of British descent being the most common among the white ethnic groups. African Kalșerians and Native Americans, mostly Miꞌkmaq, have been the traditional minorities throughout the country's colonial and post-colonial history; their relations with White Kalșerians, while mostly peaceful, have been marked by moments of conflict, such as the protests in the 1960s.

The majority of the White Kalșerian supergroup is of mixed European ancestry, and mostly consists of Irish Kalșerians, German Kalșerians and Italian Kalșerians. Ancestral Kalșerians, i.e. those whose ancestors had settled in pre-colonial Lág, constitute the fourth-largest group of White Kalșerians; they do not include descendants of the Șingia, which are European Kalșerians who Kalhanhized their names throughout the 1800s.

Starting from the mid-1970s, several other ethnic groups, such as Latin Americans, Southeast Asians and Arabs, would become more represented in Kalșeri, partly due to a simplified immigration process. During and after the collapse of the Soviet Union people from the former Soviet republics began settling in Kalșeri.


Languages spoken in Kalșeri at home
(2018 estimate)
Language Percent of population Number of speakers
English 68.3% 19,074,456
Kalhan 26.4% 7,372,849
Spanish 2.2% 614,404
French 1.3% 363,057
Others 1.8% 502,694

Kalșeri has two official languages, Kalhan and English, and recognizes all regional languages. Kalhan uses the Latin alphabet with the additional character (ș) and is one of the five official languages of the OAS. Recent legislation has allowed the teaching of the Old Kalhan alphabet.

As per Article 3 of the Charter, official affairs within Kalșeri are conducted in Kalhan and English. However, the article also states that public services may be offered in the native language of a citizen, if said citizen does not know either language. It is estimated that about 9,350,000 people speak Kalhan as their native language, and that about 12.5 million people speak Kalhan as their second language.

Kalhan and English are the sole official languages in five of the fourteen cantons. Cantons have the right to set additional official languages, and some of them have done so:

English overtook Kalhan as the most spoken language in the cities during the British rule; however, Kalhan was still the predominant language in the countryside, and efforts to mandate communication in English everywhere in the Province of Callen were met with resistance. In 1821, the Institute of the Kalhan Laguage was established by former President Robert Silorsi, Karl Rovuansi and Governor Lotarius Gann, all three native Kalhan speakers, with the intent of "restoring Kalhan to its pre-colonial glory"; among the Raladure's achievements was making the usage of their language widespread in the administration and the integration of the language within all aspects of public life.


Religious affiliation in Kalșeri (2018 estimate)
Affiliation % of population
Christian cross.svg Christian 59.4 59.4
USVA headstone emb-46.svg Catholic 20.8 20.8
USVA headstone emb-09.svg Methodist 16.1 16.1
USVA headstone emb-07.svg Anglican 11.7 11.7
USVALutherRose.svg Lutheran 8.0 8
USVA headstone emb-01.svg Other Christian 2.8 2.8
USVA headstone emb-17.svg Muslim 4.5 4.5
USVA headstone emb-03.svg Jewish 2.3 2.3
Sin Gea symbol.svg New Serigéa 0.5 0.5
Five-pointed star.svg Other 7.4 7.4
USVA headstone emb-16.svg Unaffiliated/Not specified 28.1 28.1
Total 100 100

Kalșeri has been a traditionally Christian country, starting with the Spanish missions in San Rafael in the 1500s, and has since largely displaced Serigéa, the Kalșerian traditional religion. Catholicism was the only Christian denomination of the country until the arrival of the British in the 1600s, who brought with them several denominations, such as Anglicanism and Methodism. Lutheranism and Judaism became prominent following the immigration from Central Europe during the two World Wars. The Church of Kalșeri has established itself as the second-largest Christian denomination in the country, after Catholicism.

While Christianity still plays a relevant role in rural communities, its influence in urban life has waned throughout the decades, starting in the 1960s, by way of questioning clerical authority and choosing not to baptize children.

In 1995, Father Lerfuan founded the New Serigéa, which promotes the revival of Serigéa, the pre-colonial Kalhan religion. In the 1990s and 2000s, with a wave of migrants from North Africa and the Middle East, Islam has become a significant minority religion in the country.


Public education is provided by the state and its subdivisions and is regulated by the Ministry of Education. Education in Kalșeri is compulsory between the ages of 5 and 16 and is funded by the state. The modern formal learning system, introduced in 1942, is divided into four educational stages, with a total of 16 grades (iarnia, lit. "years"), of which 12 are compulsory:

  • Grades V1 and V2 are preschool levels (vegiohal, ages 3 to 5, optional);
  • Grades 1 through 6 form primary education (oilor iokare, ages 5 to 10, compulsory);
  • Grades 7 and 8 are assigned to intermediate education (kihaton iokare, ages 11 to 12, compulsory);
  • Grades 9 through 14 form secondary education (simlor iokare, ages 13 to 18, grades 9 through 12 are compulsory).

Primary and intermediate schools share the same subjects and topics for every student in every school, while secondary and post-secondary schools are divided into several branches, such as the scientific, classical, engineering and artistic institutions. Post-secondary education is divided into several branches, such as universities and professional formation schools (dririohalia).

Several private institutions exist, and alternative education methods, such as homeschooling, e-schooling and unschooling, have been on the rise since the 1990s, thanks to vague wording in Article XXXI of the Charter, which states that education is compulsory, while not declaring how or where education should take place. Another alternative method, popular in Evalria and Lág, is the so-called Grai school, invented by former Education Minister Darius Grai, where students are grouped based on ability, rather than age.



The sun with eight rays has appeared numerous times throughout Kalșerian history. While its origins are unknown, it first appeared in gravestones from 150 BC. It is most commonly described as a symbol of the eight pre-colonial chiefdoms (Lág, Șanvel, Așál, Janval, Iskio, Takalim, Urgel, and Șindal), and the biblical connotations of resurrection and new beginnings of the number 8 have also been attributed to the sun. Due to this, the number 8 is considered lucky in Kalșerian culture.

Although more recent than the sun with eight rays, the colors blue and gold are just as important. Its precise meanings are subject to different interpretations, but the most common explanation is that blue represents calmness, dependability and gratitude towards the Atlantic Ocean for "giving birth" to Kalșeri, and gold represents happiness and hope for a bright future. Usage of blue and gold became more prominent after the adoption of the current Kalșerian flag. The combination has also been linked to the mythology of the Serigéa: Aresi, god of Earth, was born from the union between Henka, god of the Sun, and Ronjon, goddess of the sea.

The number 254 has been associated with bad luck in Kalșerian culture. The traditional explanation is that Rovuan VII of Lág lost exactly 254 of his soldiers in the ill-fated Battle of Hammond of 813 AD against the Janval chiefdom, and ordered all memories of the battle to be struck down; a more probable theory is that the number used to be represented as R-Ļ-Ç in Kalhan numerals, and the word raļaçi (raiáș(i) in modern orthography) means "suffering; to suffer".


The birth of Kalșerian literature is conventionally set in the late 11th century, which is when the literary current of Incognitism (Kalhan: Fokașienséa) began to emerge. The main theme of Incognitist texts was the exploration of the unknown lands that may surround home and the thrill related to it; an important example of this literary school of thought was Lavus Kérahan, who is said to have written the Cycles of Halmer (Halmer'si Kimia) around 1092.

Literary production was stunted by the British authorities, who imposed strict limits on the usage of Kalhan. A major writer in the late Colonial and early Independence period was future President Tomas Ienuvion, who wrote several poems about the need for Kalșerian independence, predominantly in Kalhan.

Starting from the late 19th century and throughout the first half of the 20th century, the Kalșerian literary scene was roughly divided into two schools: the New Poietic School, which sought to redefine the canons of literature, founded by Róderik Éfongi, Richard Sauchin and Frankiskus Vongi, and the Neloists, led by Joe Ehrlich, whose mission was to find an answer to the question "what is life?" (Ne loa? in Kalhan, hence the name of the current). Writers of foreign origin, such as Sergei Saviolkin and Tom Jannucci, have also contributed to the national literature.

Visual arts


Kalșerian folk music typically consists of fast tunes and usually features wind instruments as the lead; folk music used to be universal in the country until the 17th century, and has seen a resurgence in the 1970s thanks to performers such as Loalerfa and the Knights of the Green Fields.

Hard rock and heavy metal have been continuously growing since the 1980s in Kalșeri. Bands such as Stryknyna, Kauna!, ȘHR and ȘinSin have enjoyed popularity since their establishment in the Kalșerian music scene, and some of them have also achieved worldwide fame.

Starting frorm the early 1990s, the Evalria-Lennoxton corridor has been host to a thriving hip hop and rap scene, spearheaded by performers like Ramy X and DJ Copernikus.


Due to Kalșeri being a country of islands, the national cuisine is based on seafood, usually cod, haddock, herring and shrimps, soups, cereal and, especially in winter, stews. Beef and pork are also common in Kalșerian cuisine. Herbs and spices are not generally used in traditional recipes. Cheese is most often produced in hilly areas, chiefly in Janval and Quincollia.

Traditional desserts are simple, and often feature strawberries, blueberries, raspberries or other berries. Starting from the 1900s, zabaione has become a staple among lower-income families and Italian Kalșerian communities.

Porridge and toast are commonly eaten for breakfast, accompanied by coffee. Lunch, typically consumed between 11:30 and 13:00, usually consists of a small and quick meal, such as a sandwich. Fish and chips is a popular dish for dinner, which is the main meal of the day and usually takes place between 18:30 and 20:00, although some Kalșerians choose to forgo lunch and have dinner at around 17:00. Afternoon snacks are common.

Beer is the alcoholic beverage of choice, especially pale lagers and stouts. The most popular local beer brand is Tașa Vonhal, a German-style Pilsner; many local brands and microbreweries also exist. Kalșeri has among the highest per-capita beer consumption rates in the world.

Crayfish Crib is the country's oldest and most profitable fast food restaurant chain in the country. Other chains include Ricky's Ribs, PizzaHal and Fillard Donuts.


The output by the Kalșerian cinema industry was exiguous until the late 1940s, when Percinite Rían Dalgi started directing and producing movies, mostly through the Dalgi Cinema Corporation, giving rise to what would be defined "Kalsploitation".

Mass media


Well-known newspapers in Kalșeri include the Times of Kalșeri (TK), the Kalșerian Telegraph (Telly), the Golden Sun, The Kalșerian Independent (Indy), Rialonia (Reel), The Blackmon Street Times and the free Daily Tittle. With several local exceptions, most Kalșerian newspapers are privately-owned, and most of the owners are established media companies such as McMartin Corporation, IndyPress, the Yarmolenko Group and Echo Publishing, which is owned by Movement for Action Secretary Matthew Chandler. To cater to Kalhan-speakers, almost all newspapers either publish a section or an entire newspaper in Kalhan.

Most cities also have local newspapers, such as the Evalria Inquirer, the Lennoxton Gazette, The Percy Reporter, the Chalmersville Post and the Hartleyville Reporter.

As the cost of publishing has increased over the years, most newspapers have launched online subscription services, and some of them have either ceased physical publication or are planning to do so.

Radio and television

KalCom is the national public broadcaster of Kalșeri, as it is partially owned by the State. KalCom was founded in 1926 as the National Radio Authority (Rialton Arkanuregeri, RANG) and was reorganized into the National Communications Corporation (Rialnursakoní, RNK); the company adopted the current name in 2006. Until 1992, funding for the national network was provided through the "Rennick tax"; this was changed to government funding with additional investments through advertising under Phil Garner's presidency. KalCom has six general-interest channels, three for the radio (KalRadio 1, KalRadio 2 and KalRadio 3) and television (KalCom 1, KalCom 2, KalCom 3). Most of the content in channels 1 and 2 of each is in English, whereas channel 3 is almost exclusively in Kalhan. The network also has several channels dedicated to a certain type of content or a specific area.

Major private broadcasters include the Kalșerian Broadcasting Company (KBC), JC Eldridge (consisting of JCTN and Eldridge Broadcasting), be5 and linqtv. Major regional television channels are affiliated to the Union of Regional Broadcasters (URB-FANG).

Local broadcasting stations are identified by a four-letter call sign, whose structure is ZnXYY (Zn, with n ranging from 4 to 7, is the ITU prefix for Kalșerian broadcasting stations, X is a letter representing a canton and YY is a random two-letter combination) and usually has a suffix denoting the type of broadcast; for instance, Channel 10, the flagship broadcaster of Evalria's Sayoo and Ganmel Broadcasting Network, has the call sign Z4EVL-TV.



Organized sports in Kalșeri originated in the early 1800s. Kalșeri's official national sport is sailing; several other sports are enjoyed by the Kalșerian youth, too, including ice hockey, by far the most popular sport in the country, association football, baseball, basketball, tennis, volleyball, rugby and swimming; skiing and snowboarding are also popular in more mountainous areas. Kalșerian sports institutions adhere to the custom of segregating male and female players, and female-oriented competitions are largely seen as only amateur; however, this custom has been questioned in recent years, and efforts were made to bring women's competitions to the same professional level as men's, with the Tukuregeri eliminating any organizational differences between men's competitions and women's competitions in 2017.

Kalșeri has participated in almost every edition of the modern Olympic Games since 1900; in the competition, the country has dominated water-based categories, such as sailing, canoeing, swimming and water polo. Sportsmanship and teamwork are seen as two key values of Kalșerian culture.

Ice hockey is the most viewed sports in Kalșeri. The sport is regulated by the KIHF, established in 1901, and the Ice Hockey Championship regularly attracts upwards of 15,000 fans. The Reeve Cup Final Series has been the most watched sports event for many years since its inception.

Association football has been the most popular sport in Cape Sundervale since the 1880s and would later catch on in Kalșeri, with several clubs and leagues being established throughout the country during the first half of the 20th century. In 1956, the Premier League was established as the national professional division, followed by the Challenge League, the National League One and the National League Two, while existing local championships were reclassified as amateur.

Other popular sports include baseball, imported from the neighboring United States, whose national league has enjoyed popularity throughout the twentieth century, and basketball, which saw a surge in popularity in the 1990s, with the KBF being formed in 1996.

Another sport popular in rural Kalșeri is lawn mower racing, imported from the United Kingdom in the 1970s. The most followed races are officially sanctioned by the Kalșerian Lawn Mower Racing Association (KALMORA). The competition has been traditionally regarded as an amateur sport, although official endorsements from manufacturers have become common. KALMORA states that all of its competitions are open for both sexes and for residents in Kalșeri, regardless of actual nationality. Lawn mower racing events most often take place in the cantons of New Lothian, Janval and Tigupoke.


Several holidays are observed in Kalșeri, some of which are declared national holidays, where state buildings are closed and public employees are granted paid time off.

Holiday Date Information Bank holiday?
New Year's Day January 1 The first day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. Yes
Epiphany January 6 Holiday marked by two events: Adoration of the Magi and Baptism of the Lord. Celebrated by Catholics. Only in San Rafael, New Kerry and Cartier Island
Life Day February 9 Marks the anniversary of the abolishment of capital punishment in Kalșeri in 1978. No
Saint Patrick's Day March 17 Celebration of Irish-Kalșerian heritage and culture. Only in New Kerry
Earth Day April 22 Celebrates the environment and nature. Access to national parks is free on this day. No
Labor Day May 1 Celebration of all the contributions and labor of all Kalșerians. Yes
Mother's Day Second Sunday of May Day for honoring the mother, motherhood and maternal bonds. No
Father's Day Third Sunday of June Day for honoring the father, fatherhood and the influence of fathers in society. No
World Day June 26 Marks the entrance of Kalșeri in the United Nations. No
Charter Day July 1 Celebration of the promulgation of the Charter in 1934. Yes
Hayworth Day July 12 Celebrates the birthday of Archibald Hayworth, first President of Kalșeri. Yes
French Heritage Day July 14 Celebration of French-Kalșerian heritage and culture. Marks the anniversary of the Storming of the Bastille. Mostly celebrated in Cartier Island. No
Flag Day August 1 Celebrates the adoption of the national flag in 1894. Yes
Grandparents Day Second Sunday of September Celebration held to honor grandparents and their deeds. No, but grandparents may be offered a congratulatory package from the municipality and discounts
Presidential Election Day September 20 Celebrated every seven; on this day, citizens vote for the President. Yes
Teacher's Day October 5 Celebration held to appreciate teachers and their contributions to society. No, but teachers may be offered a congratulatory package from the municipality and discounts
Children's Day November 20 Celebrated to promote mutual exchange and understanding among children. On this day, children often receive small gifts and do special activities in school. No
Thanksgiving Fourth Thursday in November On this day, people give thanks and blessings to their families and close friends. Yes (except in Cartier Island)
Christmas December 25 Traditional day chosen for the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. Gifts are frequently exchanged and masses are usually held in Catholic communities. Yes

See also