Mahri (Japanese: マーリ Māri) (pronounced /mahˈɹi/ mah-ree) officially the Republic of Mahri, is a country and sovereign state in the United El Kadsreian Nations. Mahri is located in North America, in the El Kadsreian Islands, located on the left side of the North American continent. El Kadsre, Sentan, Hawaii, Mexico, Vicnora and North El Kadsre are Mahri's neighboring countries.
Prehistory: 36th century BC-1829
People reached this island in the 36th Century BC, before the colonization of Mahri by Japan the island was populated by native El Kadserian people
Japanese colonization: 1829-1922
Japanese colonization came to Mahri in 1829.
Independence from Sentan: 1922-1969
On October 16, 1922 during the first wave of the Sentanese Islands decolonization, Mahri declared independence from the Sentanese Empire. Mahri quickly became the world's most developed country in the world and its economy managed to survive the Great Depression.
Vlokozu Union: 1969-1989
Main article: Vlokozu Union
On November 11, 1969, Michael Vlokozu takes the control of Mahri. Mahri is the second-richest state in the union. The whaling business boomed in the country and people who were working in the whaling buisness earned the most money than the other jobs in the state. There was also an architectural boom that also earned a lot of money for Mahri's people.
Modern Mahri: 1989-present
The Vlokozu Union was dissolved on March 29, 1989, and was split into five countries (El Kadsre, Mahri, Sentan, North El Kadsre, Vicnora) to form the United El Kadsreian Nations after Michael Vlokozu died because of trauma and assassination four days earlier in Japan. Mahri became a modernized country.
Mahri has a GDP of RM$3.2 trillion (US$3.6 trillion)
The population of Mahri is about 27.93 million. (2019 estimate)
- Mahri's cars drive on the right, similar to Sentan, Vicnora, North El Kadsre, United States, Canada, and others.
- Type A and Type B are Mahri's standard plug sockets, making Mahri the only country in the United El Kadsreian Nations to use it, similar to the United States, Cuba, Philippines, Canada, Japan, and others.