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The Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay is a federal and republic comprised of twenty provinces, nine municipalities, and two autonomous cultural zones. It is one of the most free and prosperous nations in Eras, with its government rooted in the political truth-tellings of the late Grand Marshall of the Republic, Biǎo Bēi. Located in Auroria, it is bordered by the infamously brutal regime known as the Dì Lóng Guó (occupied Lóngyù) to its West. In comparision to the FDRN, Lóngyù is criticized for its extremely poor human rights record. Originally known as the Mòběi and Mònán regions while under feudal-imperialist occupation, Nagumay liberated itself during the 1910 Revolution for Liberty, Freedom, and the Death of Tyranny, with formal independence declared via the 1911 Ningkwang Decree by statesman Yún Han-sen.

The capital of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay is the internationally renowned City of Nangan, and the largest city is Niangkwang, one of Eras's premier hubs for global commerce and trade.
The respected Comrade Angzu Mamet is the sixth and current General General Commissioner of Government for the Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay, dutifully serving his great nation in this position since 2006.

He graduated from Hsianglang People's University and previously served as the Commissioner of Public Health and the Commissioner of Financial Administration under Presidents Tung Hanchieh and Hung Chaoren. He also served as the Municipal Manager of the City of Yírénshuǐ in Southern Liling. A strong and pragmatic leader, Comrade Angzu has achieved much during his tenure as General Commissioner of Government, successfully advancing many national goals. During the most recent leadership review, Comrade Angzu was unanimously maintained as General Commissioner by the National People's Council, on account of strong service.

For his contributions to the Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay, Comrade Angzu was inducted into the Nagumay People's Hall of Honor in 2015.
Comrade Angzu was also inducted into the Liling People's Hall of Honor in 2013 for his many beneficial contributions to the Province of Liling.
The honorable Comrade Han Bianxi is the current President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay, dutifully serving his great nation in this position since 2021.

He graduated from the Yún Han-sen People's University of Health and Science with distinction and served in the People's Liberation Army Medical Corps, earning the Biǎo Bēi Medal for Distinguished Service and the People's Liberation Army Gold Award for Extraordinary Service. After retiring from the People's Liberation Army Medical Corps, he worked as a dentist in Yuheng, where he served as President of the Yuheng Board of Dental Examiners, Vice-Chair of the Nagumay Public Health Council, and President of the Nagumay Board of Dental Examiners. Prior to his election as President in 2021, he served as Chairman of the Yuheng Fùhuó Party.

For his contributions to the field of dentistry, Comrade Angzu was named 'Dentist of the Year' by the Yuheng Board of Dental Examiners in 2009 and 'Dentist of the Year' by the Nagumay Board of Dental Examiners in 2013.
As well, he was named one of ten finalists in the annual Nagumay Healthcare Providers of the Year Award in 2015.
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Turtle Worship, Explained
by Lily Zhang, Nagumay Uncensored


President Xīdá Nào

Guībài (Nagumese: 龟拜, literally "turtle praise" or "turtle worship") is a memetic internet subculture centered around Xīdá Nào, who served as President of Nagumay from 2003 to 2007. Allegedly bearing physical similarities to a turtle, Xīdá is a curious figure within Nagumese political history, rising to prominence during the Revolution of 1995 as an ally of Péng Jīnyǒng. A suprisingly charismatic speaker for an accountant, he staunchly opposed the 'measured slowing' of the Cáiwùchóngzǔ (economic liberalization) conducted during the Presidency of Tung Hanchieh and unsuccessfully ran for a seat in the National People's Council in 1995 despite a modest electoral sweep for Péngists nationwide.

What propelled Xīdá to national notoriety, however, was his appointment as Chief Minister of Nangan, the Nagumese capital city, by President Hung Chaoren in 1999. Prior to his appointment, the Nanganese government had been engulfed in a massive corruption scandal following revelations of pay-to-play schemes for appointments, construction contracts, and licensing. Additionally, many party officials had been found to have used their positions to secure new cars and sexual favors from local brothels, causing even greater public uproar. Per government estimates, roughly 4 million IBU worth of illegal bribes and gifts found their way into the coffers of Nangan party leaders since the onset of the Kaifangxing. At the same time this was occurring, the Naganese government was project to run a budgetary shortfall of roughly 400 million IBU due to fiscal mismanagement. Hung Chaoren needed to bring in a new face, someone with a scandal-free reputation, and someone who could clean up the pervasive miasma of corruption and mismanagement within the province. Thus, enter Xīdá Nào.

As the newly-appointed Chief Minister of Nangan, Xīdá positioned himself as the 'savior of Nangan' and as the public face of anti-corruption in Nagumay, constantly appearing on the public radio and television channels. Critics, however, argued that Xīdá intentionally exaggerated the prevalence of corruption and fiscal mismanagement within Nangan to expand his power and build a national profile. By 2003, he was one of the most well-known and popular politicians within Nagumay, with many viewing him the favorite to succeed Hung Chaoren as President of Nagumay.

When those alive during his Presidency are asked to recount their memories of him, they will most likely tell you that Xīdá was definitely an expressive speaker who donned a brash, off-the-cuff and sometimes contemptuous speaking style. While it served him well as the Chief Minister of Nangan, where his brash style meshed well with the persona he cultivated -- an 'outsider' seeking to sweep away the festering mass of corruption -- some viewed his mannerisms and behavior as unbecoming of the second most powerful man in Nagumay; he was a stark contrast to the public image of a dry, formal statesman cultivated by prior Presidents.

However, what likely drives netizens to admire this man, whether ironically or sincerely, is likely driven by a sense of either nostalgia or anemoia, which is nostalgia for a time or a place one has never known. When Xīdá took office as President, he presided over the continuation of economic liberalization and modernization policies, making Nagumay more open to global commerce and businesses. While the merits of his policies are debated to this day, it is undeniable that, at least during his tenure, there existed a genuine sense of optimism about the future among the populace as a result of modernization and increasing standards of living. Additionally, internet access, albiet strictly-regulated internet access started to become widely available for the Nagumese middle class, ushering in the beginning of a new era in Nagumay. With economic and political instability rocking Auroria coupled with a growing sense of nihilism amongst Nagumese youth in the face of decreasing civil liberties and a potential 'backslide' into authoritarianism, the early 2000s of Xīdá Nào seem to be a halcyon era of stability compared to today.

For all his eccentricities and charm, we must remember that Xīdá Nào, like many Nagumese Fùhuó Officials, is not an unblemished paragon of virtue. Much of the public perception of the man has been filtered through a rose-tinted lens that accentuates his successes whilst simultaneously obfuscating his countless shortcomings. While he did oversee a period of economic growth and modernization, many of these gains were made at the expense of worker's rights, worker's safety standards, and environmental standards. Additionally, his track record with regards to the human and civil rights of national minorities has been controversial, even among some professed Guībài devotees. His road to power was paved by the purging of Nanganese party officials -- many of whom having no affiliation to the Nanganese corruption scandal -- in the name of 'cleaning out the house' and by the unprecedented expansion of Ministerial powers to levels unseen in any other province in the name of fixing a crisis that may not have been as dire as he may have portrayed it to be. While to many, he is the man who paved the road for modern Nagumay to truly emerge, to others, he is Yaoguai, the famous turtle from the eponymous ancient proverb. Yaoguai, driven by ambition, commanded the turtles under his yoke to stack themselves beneath him, allowing him to expand his field of vision and increase the scope of his empire. As the stack reached up into the heavens, he became more arrogant, demanding more to stack beneath him. However, the weight and pressure soon became too much, causing the stack to collapse and dooming Yaoguai to fall to his death. With the future looking increasingly bleak for those at the bottom of the economic turtle stack, one may ask: When will it collapse?

Map and Flag of the XACZ

The Xifzi Autonomous Cultural Zone (XACZ) is a semi-autonomous region within the Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay. Formally established in 1964 by Grand Marshall Biǎo Bēi under the auspices of the Wénhuàshìyìng (Acculturation Program) and Chànhuǐfēnjū (Confessional Separation Program), the XACZ is one of few specially-deliniated 'Cultural Zones' that are granted a certain modicum of autonomy with regards to language and cultural policies. The Xifzi, or Çiftsi, in their native tongue, are an ethnic group descended from Aydinis who settled in Nagumay in the 18th and 19th centuries. Many of these Aydinis settled in the modern-day provinces of Katam, Kobokan, and Xialoguo, where many became farmers, ranchers, and miners. Per the most recent National Community Census of the People, 2 million Nagumese citizens identify as having Xifzi ancestry; roughly 900,000 of them reside within the borders of the XACZ.

The Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay has contributed heavily to the economic development and well-being of the Xifzi people through various programs. The FDRN has taken great care to develop the region's highways, railways, and infrastructure; access to electricity, clean water, education, and healthcare are all possible thanks to the charitable deeds of the Fùhuó Party. Important institutions within the XAFC include the Kalesofya Museum of the Revolution and the People's Cultural Policy Institute on Xifzi Advancement.

Marshall Biǎo Bēi personally spearheaded the start of the economic development of the Xifzi people v̷̭͚̠̥̣̭͐̈́i̶̛̟̯̓̆̂̚à̷͇̠͖̼̣̜̩̿̀̉͂̇̊̽͜͝͠ ̴̧̢̡̢̧̮̳̘̗͕͊́̑͂̒t̴͔̪̜̪̄̎̀̇͆̐͂͊̍h̴͇͖̍͗̉ͅe̴̻̯͙͔̗̝̪̳͗̾͗̐͆͗̈́̑̚͜ ̸̢̬̳̤̪̮̖̻̩̩̓̊͌̉̓͑́̅n̶̢̫̝̩̯̼̱̜͈͋́̈́̾̓a̵̡͚̟̙̠͗͆̾̈́͐̕͠t̸͓̙̲̑̎́̽́͌͜͠į̵̩̘͕̯̗̤̣͓̽̄ö̴͚̰́͋́̾̅́n̵͔̜͉̳̻̼̖͓͊̓̇͗͋̆̆͘ȧ̷̢̮̩̤̞͖̲͑͊͛͘͜ļ̸̧͖̘̯͚͈̹̰̻̎̊̔̒͘̕ ̴̛̜̝̹̗͐̈́͋̄̍̐̒̅͝c̸̞̳͍͉͐̿́́̃̉͝ͅů̷͙̓̌̽̾̂̈́̈́͊l̵̦̙̙̥̤̯̮̞̇̍̌̓͑̒̑͛̄̄͜ͅt̸͕͍̜͍̃̾u̴̮̜̗̫̳͎̳͎̾̈́͜͠r̷̠̦̩̳̟̅̋̀̀̑̾ȃ̴͚̠͈̳̙̪̤ľ̷̡̬̱͇̋̀̂̐̃͒͘͝͝ ̷͎̼̯̞́̒̿̽̈́͝͝ḯ̵̧̮͓͓͆̽̑̿́͗͆̅̚ͅm̸̻͈̺͋̆͝p̷̧̛̣͇̖̜̫̮̓̄͆̋̓̕r̸̢͔̤̳̈́̌̇͒ͅǫ̸̬͈̑̀̕͠v̴̗̱̗̬͈̋ę̴̡͙̮̮̫̠̘̇̈͆̓m̵̻̻̟̫̼͛̈́̿̋̒̈́͗̕ͅȩ̷̻̲͓̙̳̭̦̼̏̈́̐̂̌̈́̽̚͝ņ̸͍̰̞̳̳̝̟̝̾t̴̡̺̜́̈́̇͗̂͑̑̏̎ ...I̷̻̹̞̗̐̔͐́͑̈́n̶͕̣̲̻̩͎̣̬̦͗̈̈t̸̯̖͇͈̙͆̅̿͗̀̿̽̇̚è̷̫̄̈́̏̀l̸̢̯͙̿̇͋̆̋̂̚͝͝ĺ̷̯̰̕í̴̛̹̥͓̣͚͉̀̏̀̀ͅg̵̛̼̲̦̹̖̱e̶̠͑̅͂͋͘ņ̵̼̗̥͙̟̞̏͜ͅt̶̺̗̟̤͑̇̑̂̕͝ͅl̵̰͈͍̫̱͍͘̚y̵͚̫̩͐͗̆̓̈́͛̕,̴̨̣͕͇̤͕̼̺̑ ̵̧̤̹͈̳͕̦͕͇̈́͐̓̒̈̋̓̓̚B̴̝̯̟̰̮̭̤͚̊̆̃̾͋̚͘͝i̶̧͍̭̣̱̣̻͑́͌̒̂̿̇̃͛̉a̵̯̹̞̮͇͖͍̭͉͂͂̀͌̇̑̾ọ̷̅̇̉̋̽̋̉͑̚ ̷̢̡̩̟̪͚͓̦̠̹͗́̑̆͒͋̈̅͠͠r̶̺̱͚͈̖͉̺̓̃͊͑̓̚͜ê̶̛̯̂͊̂̃̍͑͘c̷̛̦͕̓̂͋o̴͙͂̋̈́̅̇g̸̦͓͉̦̭̳̩̪̳̪̍͑͛̒̈́͘͠ṋ̴͎̋̓̾͛͛̀͋͝í̶̳̣̗z̸̯̲̼̊̕ê̸̛̩̮̍̓̓̄͘d̷̨̗̦̲͈̓̇͌̿̓͝͝ ̴̱̒̈́͐͛̊̑t̶͈͚͕̒̒̍̎̐̿̕̕h̴̛̿̈́̅̿̾̄͒̕͜ě̷̦̞̬̟͕̹̯͍̀̈͛͋̎͑ ̷̛̥̮̍̇͛͛̔̀͘t̴̩͎̠̣̙͙͗̈͛̃̓̉̎̊̕͠e̵̛̞̩̝̲̻̋̆̒͗̋̒̚n̶̡̙̗̲̯̤͕̞̘̐́̂͊̈́̚͝s̵̡͔̬̱͔̠̳͉͖̿ͅi̵͕̝̣͗̈o̷̡̜͇̻̞̦̰͉̜̜͑̽̓̊͂̎̎̈́̅̕ṇ̷͎̇̂̽̇̈́̔̊̚͝ ̶̧̗͔͚̦̻̖̰͍͖͂̓͆̍͑̓͘̚b̴̧̛͎̻̘̙͉͔̽̏̾̓͆͒̊̚͘e̷̦̹̍̿̐͠ṯ̸̓̾̀͒͒͌͝ẁ̸̧̙͖̲͎̫̹̺̜̖̆͌̽̿͒ė̴̡͖̣͓́̿̿̑̃e̴͕̣̠̳̹͎͛̀̂͑̾͑n̷̰̲̟̫̦̲͍̉̔̀͐͘͝͝ ̴̧̦̼̣̣͖͔̏͋͋̈́͌̊͌g̶̢̐̈́̈̾̋̕ŗ̵̣̀̓̓̓̽͝a̶̧̯̣͕̘̫̜̼̫̒̈́̏̇̈̓͗̇̍͝n̶͕͉̟̽̉̋̎̀͘t̸̨̧̛̜̬̼͍̫͕̰́̐̈̋̏̔̑͝͝į̶͙̙̪̠̫̞̻͓̯̑̆̎̆̃̿̔̄͘n̷̗͍̥̩̲͓̈́̓̂̾͒̒͒̅͆͂g̶̱͑̒ ̴̛̭̙̭̟̺̟̎̆͂̊̎a̵̧̨̛̫̗̙̗̥̟̱͆̈͑́͊̚̚͜͝u̵͍̥̇̂̚t̶̥̣̾̈́͘ǫ̵̜̙̲̙̞̭̙̫̒́̋̒̓͋́͝͝n̶̢͚͔̺̍̑̈́̐̄̚͝ͅô̶̧̧̞̰̦̞̓͂̐̌̅̓̽̀̏ͅm̷̤̬̹̹̗̮͍̙͚̆̑͗͜y̷̲̼̻̘͇̘͎̫̫̤͊͐̓̀͒ ̶̲͉͖̲̻̘̚͜á̷̢̨̟̩̲̤͓̤̯́́͘ǹ̸̡̛̖̜͉̜́̓d̸͍͖̦̭̤̱̞̭̦͍̃́͂̅̍́́̊́͠ ̶̻͍͖̰̜̮͚͍̫́̔̽̏̈̈̽̃̊ȩ̵̞̼̥̙̀̀͛̆̃ǹ̵̢̖̮̜͕̰͚͔̆̏̋̌s̶͉͕̹̩͍̎͂͆̊̀ṳ̷̘̻͗r̸̡̖̪̬͉̲̮̀͂̅ĩ̵̳͍̗̥̣̳̖̮̳n̴̨̖͉̦̥̞̪̉͗̋̊̋̂̈͘͜͠g̶͍̘͕̗̗͕̦̈̕͜ ̶̛͇͓͍̓́̋̓͌̕ć̸̘̹̼̟͉̻̏̎͐͑͝ę̵̞̹͎̌̔̆̈́͋̉̎n̵̡̟̘̳̝̰̹̣̂̓̓t̴̯̳͙̀͐̽͛̾̌̂̉r̵̹͚͈̭̖̞̯͍͂͛̂͊͗̋͛̌̀̅ͅͅa̶̛͚̰̹l̵̰͓̹̒̅̓͠ĭ̵̢͎͍̻̜̱̣̺̼z̴̢͓̪̭͇͓͕̽͊͒̐̾̌e̴̢͖̹̟̭̮̭̻̼̔̚̚ḓ̴͈̼̈ ̸̟͙̤͑̽c̶̛̭̤̙̻͆́̎ơ̷̤̲̫̺̭̤̘̽̑͛̂͘͜n̴̯̟͓͛̈́̎̆͝t̴̺̩̺̞̃̽̓͗̎̀̋͋r̵̨̨̖͚̝̫͂̈́̅̓̉o̵̩̫̻͂̄͋̊̀̈́̀͝l̶͚̠̞͓͇̣̑̃̉̆̕̚̚͜͠ ̷̲̫̦̰̝͎̾͆̃̊̇́̅͠͠ͅǫ̵̛̩͈̳̰͉̣̩̠̲̅̈́͆f̶̬̖̦͈͐͒͊͋̏̈̓̉̊̉ ̴̢͈̼̣͗͑̄̾̅̓͂̔͝t̸͙̗́̆͊̋͆͜ĥ̸̢̩̻̟̲͕͠e̷̛̹͇̦̱͙͆̒͌̒͒̀ ̴̡̲͓̅̆̇͗Ṇ̴̡͔̟͖̞̞͚̱̇̀͋̒̈̋̃ͅa̸̻͖̮̙̺̅̓̂̾͜g̸͍̞̫͕̣̯̺͂̔̌͐̾͠ͅu̷̜̙̩̭̘̠͋̔́͝m̶̨͖̬̝͓̱̬̜̂͘͜e̷̡̧̫̻̬̅̋s̸̨̯̈́̿͑̓ę̷͚̖̤͎̙̠͓̠̮́̆̾̋̎̚ ̴̰͕͇̼̺͈̔͛̽̍̋͒̔͝F̸̧̦̞̽̀͐̕D̴̡̰̬̫͓̬̉͆̓̇̓̈͝͝ͅR̸̨̭̥̆́̏̓͆̀̽̚͝ͅ.̶̞͓͓̲̳͎͎͑͑͛̈̈́̊́̋̋͘ ̸̡̩͓̲̰̻̝̣̜̯̈̽̑Ḫ̴̤̳̌̽̂̍̐̒̈́͜ë̴̺̤̲̘̖̞̳̱́͆ ̴̧̡͖͖͎̤͇͓̹̈́͑͒̉́̎̂͘͘å̴̛͍̱͔̞̭͕̰̺͉̪̐͛̐̌́͂͘r̷̛̖̳̗̹̲̼͚̰̈́͐̂̎͛̉g̴̢̹̮̼͓̦̦̈́͌̐́͒͌͘͝͠u̵̟͚̣͓̱̪̲̙̬͐̓ę̸̬̯̞͕͙̂͌̅͊̅̈́̚͠d̸̢̮̺̻̯̟̜͕̽̄͌̄̆͋̈́͠ ̴̩͆f̷̣̟̱̣̖͉̝̣́͝͠ó̸̫̪͓̺̹̲̩̭̌̍r̷̗̝͙̖̫̐̊̄̏̈́̇̾͠ ̸͇̀̔̇̃̓͌͐͝a̵̘̣̼̒̀̇̉̃͝ ̴̱̘̭̖̫̯̓̽́́́͆̍͘b̵͇̺̼̮̔̏͑́̅̃̓a̶̧͚̻͎͌̚͝l̵̳̮͚̬̤͕͖̇̇̚͜a̴̘͙̳͕̦̠͎͗̀͗̎̀̈́̓͝n̷̹̘̘̣̓́̀̋͘c̶̨̞̘̻͇̾̈́̈͜͝e̸̹͍͎̦̔͒̅̀͌̿͘ ̸̛̜̯̖̝̖̥̤̗͔̔̇̐ţ̶̧̩͓͙̫̍́͘h̷̯̞̝̗̰̝̱̲̀ä̶̼̞̿̐͌̐͜ṭ̶̡̒̐̈́̊̋͋͛͑ ̷̗̯̪̦̜̖̮͉̈́̑̈̄̃̆w̶̤̱̗̏̄ȍ̴͔̜̬͚͉̹̿̿̂̓̏̆͛̃u̴̡̼̖̰̗͓̻̾̌̉̇͗̇l̴̢͎͓͚̪͖͖͛̓͗̇̾̂̑̀̓̿d̶̥̝̘̺͈̬̦̤͆̀̊̀̄͑̅͒̅͝ͅ ̶̛͎̔̎̉̌̈͂̃̈́̚ḁ̷̌̀l̷̪̭̃̎͐͂ĺ̸̰̆̍́͝ơ̸̧̮̲̬̯̣̄̀͐̂̿̚w̵̗̯̠̬̻͍̫͚̆̿̀̆̄̐̊͐̕ ̴̧͍̠̟̯͕̌͐͑̂̽͘͜͜͠ȩ̵̠̤͔̩̠̣̘̏̅͜͝ͅt̵̗͈̙̹͔̿̏́́̃͒̕͝h̴͍͚̘̻͈͖̖̳͇́̇̓̿̿ṅ̸̝̤̬̞̗͚̣̇̓́̈́ͅȋ̴̢͉̦̥̜̾̀́͜c̸͉̳̱̞̝̪̀̀̽̄̿͠ ̵̨̢̲͇͎͎̖͉͊̈̅͛͊̊̏̚͝m̵̳͈͈̙̗̠̱͕̏̄̊̌̎͐̚ḭ̷̙̰̩̐͒̆͠͝ͅn̴̡͎̱̗͎̗̝̟̻̲̑̈͋͗̇͋͘o̴̢̖̤͖̯̯̰̔͋̕ŗ̵͇͍̜͖̗̠̯̑̒̐̾͂̚͜i̸̢̮̜̝̦͍͔͎͉̍͛̀̎̑͌͝t̴̨̨̺͓̩͂̍͋͑̃̀͗͜i̶̪̙̤̳͍͇͖̝̫̲̅́e̴̮͈̖̳̭͈̖̍͋̄̿̚͝s̸͙̎ ̵̢̢̭̜̘̳̘̺͍̓͑̓̎̕͝͠c̶̪̪̺̹̈́́͆̂͋̋̕ú̵̞̭͎͔́́͂͌̚l̴͇̹̬̬͆̏̓̈͌̑͒͑̃͝ẗ̷̡̢̲̩̙̠̬̖̞́͒̉̈́̈́ͅų̶̲̘̱͈̹͘͘ŗ̵̰͕͊̾̚ͅå̷͍̼͚͈͍͕̮̱̻͆̂͑́̚͝ļ̷̼̝̭̲̙̄̕ ̸̨̭̱͇̭̱̠̗̐̎́͛̀̃̅̌̏͠á̷̉̆͊͑̎̉͜n̴̢̡͚̘̝̦̳̺̗͆̀̏̉̍̈́̉ḑ̸̦͔̟̙̬̤͇̹͉͆͂̆̎̃͐̉̍̄͠ ̴̢̛̜̙͍͇̗͙̯̥͐̍̆̽̕á̸̯͗̆̾̅̾͠d̵̗̥̩̞̥̪͈̹̦͈̉̏̅̇͌̒̈́̾͘m̷͎̣͍̼̃̏͐̓̊̕͜ȋ̶͓̥̈́̍̉́͜n̴̳͖̳̩̫̱̉͋̈́̇i̴͓̞̹͖͓̺͉̅͒̈̈́̈́̾̀͠͠ş̵̖̥͙̓͋̄̉̋t̵̹̠͓̻̰̀͆͊̾r̸̢̨̦̺̜̼̖͉̝̯̐̓̈͛͋ḁ̴͉̪͙̗̗̮͋͊̉̿͐̽͆̕t̷̥̺̫̔̆̿͊͆̃ḯ̴̢͎̟̲̳̖̻͙̿̓͒̒̀̕v̸̥̌̐̑̋̍e̴͖͖̩̼̫̿̆̈̂̔̀ ̵̢̳̤̱̣̣̳͗̅͛͝ͅa̵͔͖̖̽̂̿̋̓̐̅̊͆ư̵̞̯̻̺̯͔̫̫͎̠̄͋̓͗̓̈́̅̕͠ẗ̵̠́̋͌͝o̴̠̭̟͆̇̋̿͊͜͝n̶̡̛̮͉͓̯͗̾͛̊̚̚ö̶̩̰̦́ͅm̷̙̝̰͇̘̐̽̽͌́̑̈́̚y̷͓̼̱̣̹͠ ̴̘̉͐̀̍̿̒̀̔͝w̸̯͖̠̯͚̟̠͖͑̄̐͑̊̇ḧ̸̡̟̯́̃́i̷̦̼̟̠͌͋̿̑̃̑͑͐̾́l̸͙͇͈̮̍e̶̡̤̝̗͓͆͗̔̈́͗͗͊̈͠ ̴̫̌̅p̸͓̞̙̬̦̳̠̼̈̎͘r̸̟̦͖͝ė̵̮͖̟̤͂̏̓̃͝s̴̪̫̯͉͗̄̽̈́̾͆̓̇͠e̵̛͎̰̝̲̍̂̅̿͗͜ͅr̵̻͙̜̺͇͑v̵̨̢͔̱̘͕̠̜̀͑̆͂̌i̵̤͎͙̱̐n̸͇̺̫̠͋͌̀͐̓̒̔͜͝͠g̶̨̛͙̮̲̤̲̟̞̍̍̀̑̏̕ ̸͓̹̪̭̱̳̞̘̈́́͂ţ̵̬̬͔͎̯̥̌͊̾̏͘͝h̶̻̟̱͂e̸͚̬̖̞̫͎͙̙̯̩͂͛̔̚ ̸̫͔͆̉u̵̧͓̫̔̐ń̸̮̥͆̈́͛͗͗̓̋̿̒ỉ̴̞̜̒̀̚t̴͈͆̈́̑͗͋͐͊̿͘ỷ̷̢͖̠̋͛ ̵̢̲̎͘o̴̡̘̱͍̺͇̣̮͑f̸̢͎̲̼͇̱̟͎̣̾̔̈́ ̴̘̲͉̰̥͖̫̼̹̮̃̓̈́ţ̵̨̦͚͚̼̬͗́̾̄̈̕h̷̖̞̃̅͑ȩ̴͙̗̖̲̜̓̆̐̂̎͝͝ ̸̖͙̤͍̰͖̳͎̈́̋̃̂̓̄N̵̡̹̲̫̭̯̮͉̘̔͐͊̀̈́̕͝ẫ̷̛̖̥̝̠̃̑̽́̈̓̒g̶̢͙̐͠ṷ̵̧͙͙̯̔̈́̓̑̇̋͘m̶̤̠̼̃͌̃͑̓̏̈́̈͐̕͜ȩ̵͕̠̥̳̦͇͔̘͙̉͐͋̕ŝ̸̨͍͙̪͈͚̤̋ͅe̵̗͚̩̱͓̖̮͒͐̀ͅ ̵̧̛̩̠̩͖̜̫̖̣̰͆́͛̊s̸̮̊t̸̨̯̟͊̏̿̒̐̔̔̈͜͝ȁ̶̡̭̣̬̼͈̀̑̒͊̿͝ț̴̯͚̮̮͍̩̋̎͛̈̽̈́͝ĕ̸͈̖̿.̴̨̡̢͚̊̔̽̓̉͐̋̚ͅ





The President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay is the head of state of Nagumay, indirectly elected by the people and party of Nagumay. The ceremonial first President of Nagumay is statesman Yún Han-sen, while Marshall Biǎo Bēi has been designated Eternal President by the Fùhuó Party since 1972. The current President of Nagumay is the honorable Comrade Han Bianxi, having been elected on November 15, 2021 by the will of the people and party of Nagumay.

Below is a list of all post-Kaifangxing Presidents of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nagumay.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE: Ex-Presidents Fèng Jiangmi and Fèng Bei are officially DENOUNCED and EXPELLED by the Fùhuó Party per Executive Directive due to participation in schismatic, anti-revolutionary behavior. They are merely listed for historical purposes. Glory to the Revolution! May Marshall Biǎo Bēi Reign Eternal!