The Kingdom of
Amargo is a country in Southeast Asia, situated
between China and Taiwain. It was founded by a
group of Portuguese dissidents because of
dissatisfaction with Portuguese colonial policy.
The small kingdom was founded on a group of
islands off the coast of China. With a land area
of only 1,447 square kilometers, it is a
mini-state in Asia. It is only slightly larger
than Hong Kong. Although there is a parliament
and elections take place every five years,
Amargo is a de facto dictatorship, ruled by king
Edward, a descendant of the first king and
founder of Amargo, Luís Mendez de Pinto. Amargo
has a mixed population of combined Asian,
European and African descendants. Amargo
maintains close ties with the People's Republic
of China, but has its own independent course.
The kingdom is technologically advanced and has
a well-developed economy and a strong army.
Area: 1,447 km2
Inhabitants: 3,500,200 (1-1-2016)
Density: 2,419 inh./km2
City top five (with inhabitants):
Language: English (official), Standard
Chinese, Portuguese, Hokkien dialect
Official name: Kingdom of Amargo
Form of government: monarchy with
Capital: Porto Amargo
Head of state: king Edward Mendez de
Main political parties:
Head of government: ms. Isabel Jameson
Minister of foreign affairs:
Member of FICT: since 7 May 2016
Member of other organisations:
Ambassador to FICT: prof. Alexio Mateus,
since 13 May 2016
Diplomatic relations with FICT member states:
Île de Romanhe:
Republic of MAS:
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