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State of Grand Besaid
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Provincial Flag State Flag
Libertas Vero
(Freedom in Truth)
Capital Atria
Official language
Regional languages
English, Latin,
Spanish, Chinese, Japanese
Demonym Tesuman
Government Type
- Governor
- Lieutenant Governor
- Speaker of the House
federal constitutional republic
Kelsey Masun
Mark Bamol
Jessica Darok
Provincial Religion Christianity (Official)
Provincial Animal Panda
- Founding of Grand Besaid

June 1, 2009
Total Area 463,229 mi2
Total Population
- Main Ethnicity
Caucasian, Chinese, Japanese, Mestizo
Time Zone UTC +8

Tesuma is a state located in eastern Grand Besaid and consists of vast webs of islands stretching all around the eastern and central bays of Grand Besaid. Tesuma also consists of a large coastal area in the eastern portions of Grand Besaid.

This region is famous for its tropical climate and wealth. As such, it is a major tourist destination and a great place for enjoying tropical wilderness. Tesuma is divided into reserves and settlements by strict perseveration laws, which prove to be very effective at regulating traffic and growth, and maintaining the great condition of the environment. In the nothern regions of the costal areas of Tesuma, great bamboo forests exist, and are inhabited with pandas, the state animal.

Tesuma is bordered by the South China Sea and Oyen to its south, by the South China Sea to its east, by the Southern China Confederacy to its west, and by the People's Republic of China to its north.

Tesuma has an approximate land area of 132,352 mi2, and a population of 320,778,254 as recorded by the last national census. The capital of Tesuma is Atria.




Coast LandsEdit

Bamboo ForestsEdit


A Panda in the Bamboo Forests of Tesuma




The executive branch of Tesuma is lead by a Governor and a Lieutenant Governor. The Executive Branch also consists of state departments and ministries who handle the day-to-day operations of Tesuma. The Governor and Lieutenant Governor are elected at the same time every three years. The ministers and department heads of the state departments are also elected to three-year terms, while various officials appoint lower officials, some even needing legislative approval.


The legislative branch of Tesuma is responsible for creating the state's laws and policies. The Tesuman Legislature consists of a House of Delegates and a House of Senators. The two houses of the legislature are collectively called the Tesuman Legislature.

The House of Delegates is the lower house of the legislature and is composed of six-hundred thirty-five members who are elected by the people of Tesuma every three years. Each delegate represents a district of near-equal population, and each district currently contains roughly 505,000 people. The House of Delegates elects its own speaker and all of its other officials and officers.

The House of Senators is the upper house of the legislature and is composed of two-hundred fourty-eight members, half of which are elected by electoral districts of near equal population. A quarter of the members of the House of Senators are elected through closed list proportional representation; one eighth of the members of the House of Senators are elected by the entire state from a list of candidates chosen through the allotment of the willing electors of the state using a single transferable vote; the last one eighth of the members are appointed by the governor. Senators serve terms of six years, and all two-hundred fourty-eight senators are chosen at the same time. The Lieutenant Governor is the presiding officer of the House of Senators, possessing a vote only in the instances of ties.


The judicial branch of Tesuma is responsible for the interpretation and review of laws passed by the Tesuman Legislature. The judicial branch of Tesuma consists of four main types of courts- the Supreme Court, regional courts, circuit courts and local courts. However, other, more specialized, types of courts exist within the state’s judicial structure such as small claims court and traffic court.


The Electorate of Tesuma consists of all citizens of Tesuma who are at least eighteen years old. The electorate has the power of initiative, referendum, and recall. The electorate also holds the powers to amend the state constitution.

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