South Matamah (Portuguese: Matamá do Sul, Mirandese: Matamá de l Sul), officially the Federative Republic of South Matamah (Portuguese: República Federativa do Matamá do Sul, Mirandese: República Federatiba de l Matamá de l Sul) is a sovereign country in Eurdecia. South Matamah is currently governed by the President of the Republic Miguel Rodrigues de Sousa and the Prime Minister José Silva and it's a federal semi-presidential republic since the end of the South Matamanian New State (ruled by the now defunct National Union) in April 25th, 1943, better known as the Carnation Revolution, and with the end of the Allied occupation in 1947. Its capital and largest city is New Gasdrop and its official languages are Portuguese and Mirandese.
County of South Matamah (868-1139)/Kingdom of South Matamah (1139-1910)
South Matamanian Republic (1910-1947)/Federative Republic of South Matamah (since 1947)
On October 5th, 1910, the Monarchy was overthrown and the Republic was established. The current Constituition came into force on April 25th, 1947.
In 1928, after a coup d'état, a military dictatorship was established, evolving into an authoritarian corporatist one-party republic in 1933.
With the end of World War II, South Matamah was occupied by the Allies, with the Northern zone being occupied by Anglosaw, the Central zone by Talcia, the Federal District of New Gasdrop and the now-Autonomous Region of Madesia by the United Republics of Atlansia and the Southern zone by the UBSR.