by Max Barry

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 2,139thMost Influential: 2,881stNudest: 4,315th
The Federal Republic of
Father Knows Best State Suspiciously Conservative Democracy
In resolves..
Hizea Zo
Civil Rights
Below Average
Political Freedom

Overview Policies People Government Economy Rank Trend Cards


Population1.673 billion

LeaderHizea Zo
FaithThe Cult of Rakdos


The Federal Republic of Omalayia is a massive, environmentally stunning nation, ruled by Hizea Zo with an iron fist, and renowned for its anti-smoking policies, parental licensing program, and digital currency. The hard-nosed, hard-working, cynical, humorless population of 1.673 billion Omalayians are ruled by a mostly-benevolent dictator, who grants the populace the freedom to live their own lives but watches carefully for anyone to slip up.

The medium-sized, corrupt government juggles the competing demands of Administration, Education, and Defense. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Elsyp. The average income tax rate is 85.4%, and even higher for the wealthy.

The frighteningly efficient Omalayian economy, worth 287 trillion Kores a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Information Technology industry, with significant contributions from Arms Manufacturing, Tourism, and Book Publishing. Average income is an impressive 171,549 Kores, and evenly distributed, with the richest citizens earning only 2.4 times as much as the poorest.

Children need to wear helmets and safety harnesses before mounting a carousel horse, Honeysheep are considered a delicacy, the 'maybe not shock and awe' foreign policy initiative is showing promise, and the Twelve Steps To Logging Off is the most popular mobile download. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to a capable police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Omalayia's national animal is the Honeysheep, which is also the nation's favorite main course, and its national religion is The Cult of Rakdos.

Omalayia is ranked 80,335th in the world and 1,277th in the South Pacific for Most Stationary, with 290.74701531068 days.

Most World Assembly Endorsements: 2,139thTop
Most Influential: 2,881stNudest: 4,315thMost Scientifically Advanced: 4,400thMost Armed: 4,468thLargest Information Technology Sector: 5,786thMost Developed: 7,102ndSmartest Citizens: 8,817thLowest Crime Rates: 8,876thLargest Governments: 9,085thLargest Welfare Programs: 9,279thMost Efficient Economies: 9,389thMost Secular: 10,080thMost Inclusive: 10,160thLongest Average Lifespans: 10,304thHighest Poor Incomes: 10,764thHealthiest Citizens: 10,775thLargest Manufacturing Sector: 10,852ndHighest Average Incomes: 11,017thMost Popular Tourist Destinations: 11,202ndHighest Average Tax Rates: 11,960thLargest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 12,349thHighest Food Quality: 12,990thTop
Most Advanced Defense Forces: 14,344thMost Advanced Public Education: 14,903rdMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 15,780thMost Subsidized Industry: 16,271stLargest Publishing Industry: 17,410thHighest Foreign Aid Spending: 19,706thMost Beautiful Environments: 20,255thMost Extensive Public Healthcare: 21,547thMost Patriotic: 21,600thMost Advanced Public Transport: 25,956th
Most Armed: 95th in the regionTop
Nudest: 112th in the regionMost Scientifically Advanced: 136th in the regionLargest Information Technology Sector: 174th in the regionLargest Manufacturing Sector: 211th in the regionMost Developed: 217th in the regionLargest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 239th in the regionLowest Crime Rates: 251st in the regionLargest Governments: 255th in the regionSmartest Citizens: 260th in the regionMost Efficient Economies: 264th in the regionLargest Welfare Programs: 273rd in the regionMost Advanced Defense Forces: 277th in the regionHighest Average Incomes: 294th in the regionHighest Poor Incomes: 303rd in the regionMost Influential: 306th in the regionMost Secular: 318th in the regionHighest Average Tax Rates: 330th in the regionHealthiest Citizens: 335th in the regionLongest Average Lifespans: 338th in the regionMost World Assembly Endorsements: 348th in the regionMost Popular Tourist Destinations: 361st in the regionMost Inclusive: 362nd in the regionMost Subsidized Industry: 371st in the regionHighest Drug Use: 400th in the regionMost Advanced Public Education: 422nd in the regionHighest Food Quality: 426th in the regionMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 469th in the regionMost Patriotic: 478th in the regionLargest Publishing Industry: 509th in the regionTop
Most Corrupt Governments: 561st in the regionMost Advanced Law Enforcement: 607th in the regionHighest Foreign Aid Spending: 616th in the regionMost Beautiful Environments: 636th in the regionMost Extensive Public Healthcare: 686th in the regionMost Advanced Public Transport: 724th in the regionMost Cultured: 829th in the regionHighest Wealthy Incomes: 891st in the regionHighest Economic Output: 925th in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, the Twelve Steps To Logging Off is the most popular mobile download.
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, the 'maybe not shock and awe' foreign policy initiative is showing promise.
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, Honeysheep are considered a delicacy.
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, children need to wear helmets and safety harnesses before mounting a carousel horse.
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, surrealist houses shaped like mushrooms and volcanoes dominate the wealthiest neighborhoods.
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, advertisements read like science journal articles complete with extensive references.
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, the government has officially clarified that "wee on your hands to save time" does not count as proper hygiene.
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, government statisticians explain census inaccuracies by declaring that "Sith happens".
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, selfie stick use is a required Scout badge.
  • : Following new legislation in Omalayia, restaurateurs put a lot of effort into persuading customers to accept wafer-thin mints.