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Kingdom of Sami
Sami
AnthemSámi soga lávlla
CapitalGuovdageaidnu
Official languages Sami
Recognised regional languages Germanic/Norse, Mongolian
Ethnic groups  Sami,
White Sami
Mongolian
Eurosyrian
Several more ethnic groups
Demonym Sami
Religion Sami Religion,
Independent Catholicism (1715-), Mongolian/Vajrayana Buddhism (1882-)
Government Constitutional Monarchy (Since 1912)
 -  Monarch Beaivvet Ilbmar (2002-2014)
Legislature Sami Circle
EstablishmentNovember 5, 1502
 -  Formation  
 -  Reformed government July 15, 1863 
 -  Sami Constitution April 24, 1912 
 -  Republic Referendum of 2014 May 2, 2014 
 -  Dissolvation July 4, 2014 
Population
 -   estimate 52,151,753 (2016) 
GDP (nominal) 2013 estimate
 -  Total 726 million 
 -  Per capita 41,515+ 
Currency Samiite (1602-)
The Kingdom of Sami was located in Scandian region and It remained to existed until 2014 with Last King Beaivvet Illbmar decide to dissolved Monarchy into the Representative Confederal Republic that tribes will remain together and as well to foreigners for rights. They are formed out of tribes united under Kingdom in 1502,

History

United and formation of Kingdom of Sami (1499-1502)

Colonisation (1502-1897)

Mongol-Sami War (1897-1904)

Revolutionary Era (1904-1912)

Peaceful Era (1912-2014)

Dissolvation (2014)

Economy

Politics

Demographic

Religion

Over 47 million citizens are believers to Sami traditional faith with small numbers of Independent Catholic and Mongolian Buddhist are rest of population as of 2013.

Religious Population

Sami: 47,201,967 (85.8%)

  • Traditional Sami faith 44,719,152 (82.2%)
  • Reform Sami faith 2,005,162 (3.8%)

Christianity 170,553 (10.1%)

  • Independent Catholicism 464,038 (9.26%)
  • Byzantine/Roman Orthodoxy 5,612 (0.2%)
  • Mongolian Orthodoxy 311 (0.01%)
  • Neo-Catholicism [circa] 100 (0.001%)
  • Classical Orthodoxy/Church of West - Sami branch 53 (0.0001%)

Buddhism 62,699 (0.4%)

  • Vajrayana Buddhism 62,699

Irreligious (4%)

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