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Most Devout: 129thLargest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 136thLargest Manufacturing Sector: 172nd
The Sultanate of
Iron Fist Consumerists Imperialist Pig Dog Oppressors
Qwerty
Sultan Abdul Fatih
Influence
Minnow
Civil Rights
Rare
Economy
Frightening
Political Freedom
Unheard Of

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Al-Dijaj

Population4.862 billion

CapitalNusantara
LeaderSultan Abdul Fatih

CurrencySarsur
AnimalFlying Camel

The Sultanate of Al-Dijaj is a massive, efficient nation, ruled by Sultan Abdul Fatih with an iron fist, and notable for its flagrant waste-dumping, frequent executions, and enslaved workforce. The hard-nosed, hard-working, cynical, humorless, devout population of 4.862 billion Al-Dijajis are kept under strict control by the oppressive government, which measures its success by the nation's GDP and refers to individual citizens as "human resources."

The medium-sized, corrupt, moralistic, well-organized government prioritizes Defense, with Law & Order, Industry, and Spirituality also on the agenda, while Social Policy and Environment receive no funds. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Nusantara. The average income tax rate is 95.5%.

The frighteningly efficient Al-Dijajian economy, worth a remarkable 2,201 trillion Sarsurs a year, is broadly diversified and mostly comprised of black market activity, especially in Arms Manufacturing, Retail, Uranium Mining, and Woodchip Exports. Average income is an amazing 452,761 Sarsurs, but there is an enormous disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 2,553,943 per year while the poor average 39,494, a ratio of 64.7 to 1.

Corporate executives continue to enjoy generous tax benefits while the public is taxed to the hilt, the government's suicide hotline now redirects callers to local tax lawyers, it is often said that only Sultan Abdul Fatih could bring down Dàguó, and the government is known to care more about its buildings than its people. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to a well-funded police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Al-Dijaj's national animal is the Flying Camel, which is also the nation's favorite main course.

Al-Dijaj is ranked 217,654th in the world and 7,364th in The East Pacific for Most Politically Free, scoring 12.43 on the Diebold Election Inking Scale.

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Most Devout: 129thLargest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 136thLargest Manufacturing Sector: 172ndMost Ignorant Citizens: 242ndLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 252ndMost Corrupt Governments: 281stMost Advanced Law Enforcement: 284thHighest Wealthy Incomes: 301stMost Advanced Defense Forces: 309thLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 348thLargest Mining Sector: 358thLargest Retail Industry: 450thHighest Average Incomes: 492ndMost Avoided: 499thMost Subsidized Industry: 675thLargest Insurance Industry: 684thLargest Black Market: 834thMost Politically Apathetic Citizens: 1,087thMost Efficient Economies: 1,145thFattest Citizens: 1,855thLargest Governments: 1,886thLowest Crime Rates: 2,143rdTop
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Largest Pizza Delivery Sector: 2,694thRudest Citizens: 2,890thLargest Agricultural Sector: 3,318thHighest Average Tax Rates: 4,508thHighest Unexpected Death Rate: 4,638thLargest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 5,386thMost Primitive: 5,650thHighest Economic Output: 7,258thLargest Basket Weaving Sector: 8,950thTop
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Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 19,122ndMost Stationary: 22,480thMost Influential: 22,505thMost Conservative: 22,649th
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Largest Manufacturing Sector: 5th in the regionHighest Wealthy Incomes: 5th in the regionLargest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 5th in the regionLargest Mining Sector: 7th in the regionMost Devout: 8th in the regionMost Advanced Law Enforcement: 8th in the regionLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 8th in the regionMost Corrupt Governments: 9th in the regionMost Advanced Defense Forces: 10th in the regionMost Ignorant Citizens: 10th in the regionHighest Average Incomes: 11th in the regionLargest Insurance Industry: 11th in the regionLargest Retail Industry: 11th in the regionLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 12th in the regionMost Avoided: 14th in the regionLargest Black Market: 17th in the regionMost Subsidized Industry: 18th in the regionMost Efficient Economies: 22nd in the regionMost Politically Apathetic Citizens: 27th in the regionFattest Citizens: 34th in the regionLargest Governments: 46th in the regionLowest Crime Rates: 59th in the regionLargest Pizza Delivery Sector: 67th in the regionRudest Citizens: 79th in the regionLargest Agricultural Sector: 83rd in the regionTop
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Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 93rd in the regionHighest Economic Output: 116th in the regionHighest Average Tax Rates: 125th in the regionHighest Unexpected Death Rate: 142nd in the regionMost Primitive: 219th in the regionGreatest Rich-Poor Divides: 277th in the regionLargest Basket Weaving Sector: 376th in the regionMost Stationary: 380th in the regionTop
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Largest Populations: 682nd in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, the government is known to care more about its buildings than its people.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, it is often said that only Sultan Abdul Fatih could bring down Dàguó.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, the government's suicide hotline now redirects callers to local tax lawyers.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, corporate executives continue to enjoy generous tax benefits while the public is taxed to the hilt.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, trust-fund babies line up for places in community college.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, selling your granddad's clothes requires an incredible amount of paperwork.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, the government strictly regulates whale harvest quotas.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, farmers are complaining that the buzzing and the sparks from the nearby MagRail are blighting their crops.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, chalkboards are replaced with billboards in the classroom.
  • : Following new legislation in Al-Dijaj, Al-Dijajis caught jaywalking often have their houses seized by the police.

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