A Short History of the Young Nation Edit

The United Kingdom of Iraq, Syria, and Kurdistan was formed after the devastating nuclear attacks by the Brotherhood of Nod on the Syrian people in late 2019, with the use of tactical nuclear weapons on the cities of Damascus, the capital of the once was 3rd Federal Republic of Syria, and Al-Raqqa, a major city within the Federal Republic.

The Government, Nation, and Government Structure Edit

The United Kingdom of Iraq, Syria and Kurdistan (UKISK) is a Parliamentary Limited Monarchy, mainly known as a Limited Monarchy or a Parliamentary Monarchy, with the entire representative body being the البرلمان الوحدوي الوطني, the National Unitary Parliament, with the extended title being the البرلمان الوحدوي الوطني من العراق وسوريا وكردستان, with the true name being the National Unitary Parliament of Iraq, Syria, and Kurdistan. The Lower House, the بيت التشريعية, the main body, the House of Legislature, and the مجلس الاعيان, the House of Senate. The Lower House has a maximum seating chart of 200 seats, well the Upper House right now has 80 seats.

The Military Edit

Though the Nation is still young, the militaries combined from the Kurdish People and their local militias and military groups, the Iraqi Military and the Syrian military, combine the nation into a still threatening factor to any would-be attackers on the nation. With most of the T-14s, the Pride of the Syrian Armored Corp still remaining, the military, the United Royal Military has an armored division, infantry division, a small navy, and a very small air force.

The Power of the Shah, Muhammed Al-Jazar Edit

The Shah has limited power in the government, but handles almost all foreign State Visits, and acts as a temporary Ambassador to a nation if Ambassadors are already on a mission to another country. The Shah has the right to pass what is named the القوانين الشرعية للشعب, the Rightful Laws of the People, which are laws that are beneficial to the people and the nation in whole. He can pass them without Parliament having a say in it, but if the Law is put to use and investigated and any violations are found, the Parliament can hold a referendum to get rid of the bill if it is viewed as unconstitutional.