Ah, "Vive ut Vivas". Here in Thaecia, that is the mentality we should all have. "Live so that you may live". By electing Wagadoa into the HoC, I will do all I can within my power to make sure Thaecia lives up to my motto.
So, sit down, be attentive and take in my campaign. Good Day.
Now, one may wonder what is meant by being formal 'depends on the situation'. Let us relish in the fact that Thaecia supports free speech. However, some topics that might come up, may divide people. We must converse in a way that clearly shows our opinions and does not confuse. Some topics, as we know, are very delicate, but it's always good to have a debate and share our thoughts on a matter. I strongly frown upon anyone who is rather informal when touching on such a topic, as it may show disrespect or dismissal of another's opinion. As for when it should be correct to speak in an informal way, here are some examples:
Discussion about Regional happenings
Questions & Answers regarding the Region
Finally, I must stress that people who do not use correct punctuation (unless you are not a Native English Speaker, in which case, I understand), please use correct punctuation and spelling, as it does make the RMB look more professional and makes a good impression on new members.