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Fuei (/fuʋej/) (Fueian: Føtzka) (also known as the Republic of Fuei) (Fueian: Republikid Føtzka) is a country in Europe, bordered east to Iceland. Its calling code is +422.
Danish Colonization (1781-1901)
In 1781, Denmark colonized the country. The country was known as Nord Danmark, meaning North Denmark.
Kingdom of Fuei (1901-1945, 1988-2000)
On July 2, 1901, the first king of Fuei, Julian Fuei, established the Free Fueian Kingdom. The country gained independence from Denmark on December 20, 1901 and the country was named after Julian's surname, Fuei.
Fueian People's State (1945-1988)
After World War II, the Soviets and the Fueian Communists overthrew the monarch and established a People's State, People's State, not People's Republic. The first president was George Rakouzga. He made his own communist ideology called, Rakouzgism.
Monarchy Restoration (1988-2000)
In May 1988, after Scott Monrokionroe, from the Monarch Party of Fuei, was elected the president, he restored the monarchy and he became the king, also he renamed the country's name to Second Kingdom of Fuei.
His sister, Mina Monrokionroe, was the prime minister.
Republic of Fuei (2000-present)
In December 1999, nationalists protested against Monrokionroe for his autocratic rule and corruption. He was ousted and Mihai Emkionceadu took control of the country. He established a republic on January 2000.
The five main terrestrial TV channels are FTR 1, FTR 2, FTR+, Føtzka 4, Fuei 5, and Kanaliseras Tio. The state-owned radio and television network is called Føtzka Telesynvarp oc Radien, lit. Fuei Television and Radio. There are other TV networks like Fuei Broadcasting Networks, Liköfn Network, etc.
Fuei is officially a secular state, however, 80% of the population consider themselves Catholic. Judaism is the second largest religion, comprising 15% of the total population, and other religions such as Hinduism, Islam, Viknakaism, etc, represent in small significant numbers.
During the communist era, Atheism was state-sponsored. Despite this, most people were still religious. Nowadays, Atheism represents 0.5% of the population.