August, 2021 - The future of FICT is uncertain. Vaccination against Covid-19 is ongoing. Read more.
May, 2021 - Kaupelan celebrates 50 years of UIEMB. Read more.
April, 2021 - Covid vaccination at slow pace and a
timid recovery of economy. Read more.
November, 2020 - Amid
Covid-19 outbreak, the population approval to current government
decreases due to poor performance in the economy. Read more.
April, 2020 - Due
to Covid-19 outbreak, the government banned all foreign travellers with
limited exceptions, closed schools and limited the commerce and
services in the country. Read more.
November, 2019 - Kaupelan
won FICT Games 2019. Read more.
August, 2019 - The government
approves e-Visa for foreign tourists. See more details.
May, 2019 - Pawi railway
station inaugurated. FICT General Assembly and FICT Games. Read more.
April, 2018 - The national
football team won the King's Cup, during the celebration of King's Day.
October, 2017 - Parliamentary
elections confirm the majority of Party of Progress of PM Sindi
Wisnumatan. Read more.
June, 2017 - The FICT
Games 2017 was played in Kaupelan in the first two weeks of June.
Athletes of 13 FICT countries played 22 sport modalities. Voskia won the Games with 3 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze
medals. Kaupelan ranked sixth with 2 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze.
Official name: Liraidahen Kaupelan (Kingdom of
Southeast Asia, Banda Sea, between Indonesia and Australia
Population: 4,055,000 inhabitants (2015)
Population Density: 455 inhabit./km˛
Capital: Purikali (1,319,000)
Kaupelanese and English (both
official); Wisanyo, Haimarata, Palayanga and Terong (Kaupelanese
dialects); Taumelan, Waimahui, Forti (Portuguese dialect); Kelo and
Paro (Suduk dialects); Moinate, Hakerehe and Atawodo.
Religion: Christianity (majority); Islam
Currency: Kaupelanese Huwa
tropical; average temperature: 26ēC (Jan., 27ēC, Jul., 24ēC); Rain: 1
time: GMT +9h
Political status: Constitutional Monarchy
Head of State:
HML Kira II
Kamak Purajaya (since 2009)
Head of Government: Prime Minister Sindi Wisnumatan (since 2013)