|Full name||Balulu Kyngdyum|
|Official language(s)||English, Phaluhm (Latin & Abyar) , Malay|
|Prime Minister||Massal Mackadonia|
|Motto|| There is no god but God; Muhammad is the messenger of God.
Nyehn Allah byet Allah; Muhammad sa messygenar sa Allah.
نيِهن َللَه بيِت َللَه؛ مُهَممَد سَ مِسسيگِنَر سَ َللَه.
|National anthem||Balulu's unite|
|Currency||Maddasal (MAL) Ш|
|Time zone||UTC +8\ DST +9|
|Telephone code||+694 64|
Balulu is a city state. It is recognised as a single entity as Greater Phaluhm Phoueck by many other organisations. During the 1900s, the region was recognised as the richest region in Phaluhm Phoueck, but are resistant for independence as it will sour relations with the US.
In 1960, Balulu was independent, which sparked outrage by Phaluhm Phoueck. From May 1960 to June 1961, the Balulu - Phaluhm war sparked. The US and the Soviet Union stayed out of this war because Phaluhm Phoueck is a US ally and Balulu are neutral during the Cold War. In November 1961, No Man Land was added due to the tension, but the tension was eased off due to the overthrow.
After this, they ditched the unstable Bhalhm and used the Maddasal as their currency. They also changed their driving side to the left. These were called the Balulu Intergration.
Balulu today is a small but prommising nation, dispite its size. It is a member of the UN,ASEAN, ACD, APEC and WTO.
Sultan Tuan Dohak Thyenruhm (1890-1966) was one of the richest people in the country, known as a collector of art and motorcars.
Balulu has the smallest democracy in the world with 10 MP's. It has the same system as Phaluhm Phoueck. 5 MP's go to the Senate and 5 MP's go to the House of Repersentatives.
It meets at the Government Box, which all the government and its departments takes place.
Balulu has no official standing army since 1983. It relies on Phaluhm Phoueck Armed Forces for protection.
Balulu has virtualy no economy as it is relied on Phaluhm Phoueck, but it is mostly in the fishery and plantation buisness. It is also a member of ASEAN and APEC.
Balulu has one road that links to Phaluhm Phoueck, the A5, which goes from Junction 1 near Gina Bassu to Kristtan Kallhal. It also has ferry ports to Klas Bay, Tansato or Dassaryum. It also has an airport called Kristtan Airport.
Border passing Edit
Balulu has no border checks or passports since 1983. Most citizens carry a Phaluhm passport instead.