Confederation of the Nunavummiuts
ᓄᓇᕗᑦ (Inuktitut)
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Flag of Nunavut
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Nunavut Romanum


11,426,930 km2

Foreign relations

Tense Relations with the Roman Empire,
Allied with the New Greek Empire





Confederal republic


Nunavut Legislative Assembly

Founding document

Treaty of Iqaluit


Confederal Constitution of the Inuit People


Maria Agaqqluk

Nunavut, known officially as the Confederation of the Nunavummiuts, is a confederal republic that encompasses the northern half of North America in the Romanum universes. It was founded in 1641 after the Inuit Revolt of 1641, in which Inuit tribes united to drive Roman colonists who had founded the Terrae Canadiensis colonies away from Inuit land, with the help of the New Greek Empire. As a result of this assistance, Nunavut maintains a good relationship with Greece to this day, and is part of the Greco-Indian-Inuit Alliance.

Nunavut is a confederation, split up into many provinces occupied by different self-governing tribes that are all represented in the Nunavut Legislative Assembly in Iqaluit. While the Inuit people remain tribal to modern times, they have adopted many modern technologies, such as aircraft and motor vehicles, as well as internet and mobile phones.

The Confederal Government claims sovereignty to the whole of North America. It has once proclaimed the illegitimacy of "Roman tyranny in the South", and that of "Scandinavian destruction of the motherland of [Nunavut's] Kalaallit brothers," referring to Roman rule over the southern half of the continent and Scandinavian jurisdiction over the majority of Greenland, although neither claim is true, as the two countries accused are democracies with equal rights for all citizens and efforts to protect native ecosystems. Because of this, no other countries besides Greece recognise this claim.

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