|Confederation of Caribbean Republics
Caribbean Confederation (English)
Confederación del Caribe (Spanish)
Confédération des Caraïbes (French)
|Anthem: "Anthem of the Caribbean"
|Recognised regional languages||Jamaican patois
|Government||Representative constitutional federal republic under a unitary elective diarchy|
|•||President||Enrique Peña Nieto|
|•||Prime Minister||Fredis Refunjol|
The Caribbean Confederation is a sovereign nation located in the Caribbean Sea, east of North America. The country spans over 2,754,000 km2 and 700 islands. It is a representative constitutional federal republic under a unitary elective diarchy. It was created in 1899, originally a union between the Mexican Caribbean Territories and Dutch West Indies. Following the World Wars and de-colonization, it eventually acquired the British and French Caribbean and gained sovereignity from the Mexican Empire in 1954.
Although technically a separate nation from Mexico, the Caribbean Confederation's President represents the interests of the Mexican Emperor while the Prime Minister represents the interests King of Britain. A third position, the Chancellor, represents the interests of the Caribbean confederations.