Quruli, officially known as the Republic of the Quruli States of Ostyrgystan (Quruli: Ostirystani Qurwli Davlatorer Repwbliqasyra), or simply Qurulistan, is a country in Central Asia.

Trivia Edit

As of 2020, according to NationStates, the population of Qurulistan is about 1 billion.

Someone from Quruli is simply referred to as a Quruli, or, occasionally, a Qurulian.

There are three states in Quruli, and one region. The three states are Uzbekqier, Kento, and Syrdarya, the region is Ostyrgystan.

The official languages of Qurulistan are English and Quruli, and children are taught in both languages across the country from the age of 7. 91% of the population speak English and Quruli fluently.

The capital of Quruli is Aqburqan, formerly known as 'Aebeshajzhet' and 'Aebelon'.

The national animal of Quruli is the saiga.

Their currency is the tenge. One US dollar equals approximately 3.7 Quruli tenge.

Their national motto is 'Coalesce and conquer.'

The national anthem of Qurulistan is 'Qurulistan you very nice place'.

Compared to other countries, especially in Central Asia, Quruli excels in Automobile Manufacturing, and Agriculture, the latter, largely due to the country's flat terrain.

Politics Edit


The seats of the 3rd, and, current, Boshliq, upper house parliament, formulated in August 2020. Led by President Garri Bolatev.


The seats of the 3rd, and, current, Zavakilar, lower house parliament, formulated in August 2020. Led by Qörahbar Charlotta Labonte.


The seats of the 1st, and, current, Syrdari parliament, formulated in August 2020. Led by Syrvahmis Nina Friy.


A Quruli member of parliament is called an Uid Asozer (pronounced oo-id azoh-zah). Next to parliamentarians' names, UA is often written, to symbolise their membership.

Quruli has two official leaders, however, the Qörahbar (roughly translated as leader, in Quruli) is considered to be the primary figurehead of the country. Generally, the President is considered to be the head of the Boshliq, a branch of government, and the Qörahbar takes on the roles of both head of state, and head of Zavakilar, another branch of government. The Qöhsozer (roughly honourable member, in Quruli), is the leader of the second most powerful party in the Zavakilar. The Vice President essentially takes on the role of opposition leader in the Boshliq, but in a less official sense, as the President and Vice President work together, more so than their Zavakilar counterparts.

The current Qörahbar of Qurulistan is Charlotta Labonte, a Social Democrat, who has served since 6th September 2020.

The current Qöhsozer of Qurulistan is Susanna Vilova, a Quruli Unionist, who has served since 6th September 2020.

The current President of Qurulistan is Garri Bolatev, a Social Democrat, who has served since 6th August 2020.

The current Vice President of Qurulistan is Piotr Ayanov, a Right Union member, who has served since 6th August 2020.

The current Speakers of the Quruli parliament are Pavlova Chigiji, Mahmad Lokh, Bri Burkan and Pria Kazakova.

The current Syrvahmis (roughly state leader, in Quruli) (Head of the Syrdari Government) is Nina Friy, a Social Democrat member, who has served since 6th September 2020.

The country generally has four parties that take part in elections, they include the SCD (Social Coalescent Democrats, a center-left party), the RUP (Right Union Party, a center-right party), the QUP (Quruli Unionist Party, a left-wing party), and finally, the IPP (Islamic Progressive Party, a center to center-right party).

Unionism, and the belief that the country shouldn't dissolve, known as 'Coalescentarianism' in Quruli politics, are colossal talking points in the country. Generally, unionists seek to secede majority non-Quruli ethnic land to Uzbekistan, and, to a far lesser extent, Kazakhstan, as many unionists tend to be ethnically Uzbek, to some extent. Some unionists want Qurulistan to completely dissolve, however, many other unionists consider this a rare, extremist, and dangerous view. The Quruli Unionist Party is generally seen as the most radical unionist party in the country, the Alternative Party, their counterpart, is seen as more of a moderate unionist party. Moderate, or, 'soft', unionism, is known as neo-unionism.

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