The West Russian Republic is a democratic state in western Russia, with a strong libertarian view. The symbol of a raised fist has become an increasingly common symbol for the republic, as it reminds the nation of its past and the power that the nation once had. Currently, the nation has a population of 68 million souls and its economic policies are strongly Laissez-faire. Long live the free market!
The democratic executive leader of the nation is called the Tsar instead of the commonly used president or prime minister titles.