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Republic of Scotland
2015 – 2040
"'In My Defens God Me Defend'"
"Flùr na h-Alba"
|Official Languages||English and Scottish Gaelic|
|State Ideology||Democracy and Scottish Nationalism|
|Government||Unitary parlimentary republic|
|Head of State
2035 - 2040
|Head of Government
2035 - 2040
Scotland, officially Republic of Scotland, was a sovereign state between 2015 and 2040.
It was memeber of the UN, OECD and WTO. During World War III, Scotland wasn't directly involved but a supporter state of the Western Coalition1. Scotland co-founded the OAN in 2036 and joined the EU and then the Eurozone in 2037 and 2038 respectively.
Pre-World War III
World War III
Post-World War III - Pre-The Flood Wars
The Flood Wars
Formation of the United Federation of Europe
7,950,000 (2015), 10,753,800 (2019), 12,600,000 (2023 census), 14,970,000 (2028 census), 18.000,000 (2033 census), 22,860,000 (2038 census), estimated by 2040: 24,000,000.
In the 2038 census, these were the ethnic groups of people living in Scotland:
- Scottish 69.3 %
- Irish 9 %
- Other British 9.6 %
- Dutch 4.5 %
- Nordic 4 %
- Breton 2.2 %
- Others 1.4 %
Under the Constitution of the Republic of Scotland, the official languages were English, Scotish Gaelic and Scots, which had to be understood by all the population. As French, German and Spanish were thaught in schools, they were widely spoken.
During WWIII and the Flood Wars, the waves of immigrants brought other languages to the country. According to 2038 census, Irish, the ancestor of Scottish Gaelic, had over 2 million speakers, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish had over 1 milion speakers each and Breton and Welsh had over 500,000 speakers each.
In the 2038 census, these were the religions to which Scots were affiliated:
- Presbyterianism 52 %
- Roman Catholic 8 %
- Other Christian 4.5 %
- Buddhism 1.6 %
- Judaism 1.4 %
- Reformed Islam 1.2 %
- Neopaganism 13 %
- Other religions 4.3 %
- Agnostic 9 %
- Atheist 5 %