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rp

today, the president of Vilaopi said "what's really wrong with pineapple on pizza?" As a result, the initial riots outside vilaopi pizzaland, the leading store in the pizza market, have turned into civil war! The first shots were fired in Vilaopi City.

Oruzia wrote:Role Play

A Message to all the leaders in the world
As you may know a week ago our dear Queen who was a war hero in the fight against the Oruzian Communist Dictatorship has been assassinated. Our secret services are still investigating the possible suspects.
We invite you all to attend the funeral of our Queen Athena Vid and the Coronation of Prince Maximilian Vid as the King of Oruzia. We would appreciate if you where to send your diplomats, ambassadors or even come yourself to witness a historical moment in our nations history.
All Hail Oruzia

King Josev-Aszrymop III Von Podsburg-Chemaev Vid will athend, cause they are far cousins. (They share the same great-grandfather.. (The former king of Oruzia) , Josev-Aszrymop III will bring his family with him. Except crown prince Olav, cause he is doing his military years. But Josev-Aszrymop's wife and two dauhters will attend.

State of chile

RP

Chilean Presidents

by State of chile

Year of Rule

President Name

Political Party

Approval Rating

1810-1830

Juan Manuel Rasgado

None

No Data

1830-1835

Miguel Rodríguez

None

No Data

1835-1843

Orlando Agramonte

Liberal Party

No Data

1843-1851

Ignacio Covarrubias

Liberal Party

No Data

1851-1859

Alexis Zorita

Federal Party

No Data

1859-1867

Julián Manzanares

None

No Data

1867-1877

César Espinar

National Party

59%

1877-1881

Juan Pablo Romero

Military Party

3.2%

NO PRESIDENTS BETWEEN 1881-1893 BECAUSE OF CIVIL WAR

Year of Rule

President Name

Political Party

Approval Rating

1893-1898

Iker Montenegro

Federal Party

71.2%

1898-1908

Joaquin Manzanedo

Liberal Federalist Party

91.9%

1908-1913

President Name

Liberal Federalist Party

61%

1913-1923

Diego Alejandro Cicerón

Republican Party

69.7%

1923-1928

Felix Fonseca

Catholic Democrat Party

41%

COUP D'ETAT IN 1928 PLACES MILITARY IN CONTROL

Year of Rule

President Name

Political Party

Approval Rating

1928-1960

General Guillermo Santangél

Military

Illegal to Disclose

NO PRESIDENTS DUE TO CIVIL WAR

Year of Rule

President Name

Political Party

Approval Rating

1967-1974

Francisco Mancebo

IDU

79%

1974-1988

Gabriel Carita

Liberal Federalist Party

72%

1988-2002

Naomí Leguizamo

Christian Democratic Party

51%

2002-2010

Ezequiel Covarrubias

Liberal Federalist Party

55%

2010-2018

Luis Pliego

Party for Democracy

69%

2018-Incumbent

Ana Sofia de la Cavallería

Liberal Federalist Party

Unknown

Average Approval of Each Party since Records began:

National Party: 59%
Military Party: 3.2%
Federal Party: 71.2%
Liberal Federalist Party: 70%
Republican: 69.7%
Catholic Democrat Party: 41%
IDU: 79%
Christian Democratic Party: 51%
Party for Democracy: 59%

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The History of Presidents in my Nation

Andrew Isley, President of Erimea:
Oruzia and Erimea were the first to establish relationships in the region.
Oruzia was our first ally and for Oruzia we were also his first allies.

A few weeks ago we learned of the death of the country's queen.
As president of Erimea I will personally travel to the funeral of the queen and the coronation of the new ruler.

Erimea wrote:Andrew Isley, President of Erimea:
Oruzia and Erimea were the first to establish relationships in the region.
Oruzia was our first ally and for Oruzia we were also his first allies.

A few weeks ago we learned of the death of the country's queen.
As president of Erimea I will personally travel to the funeral of the queen and the coronation of the new ruler.

The king of Sjevre is looking forward to get known to the new president of Erimea, cause they haven't met each other.

Roleplay

Did you knew that Sjevre once ruled over the whole northern part of the Big Left Island?
In that time we where like the mongolians... with horse archers and stuff...
Under Dzaap (=Emperor) Olav II from Sulvan....

Hello

Yubia

Roleplay
The YNT
The national defense department has ordered 100 fighters Salaz S12 to modernize the Yubian Air Force, also 150 Fighters Quenador 25 to substitute the old models. For now is all, from the YNT bye !

Artifacts including diamonds, rubies and sapphires, said to be of immeasurable historical value, were taken from a display room in the Royal Palace of León.

Thieves broke into the palace early Friday and made off with three collections of jewelry from the royal house of Benedict, made of gold and precious stones, that authorities said were of immeasurable historical and cultural value.

The break-in took place in the Jewel Room, one of 10 rooms in the Royal Palace. The rooms hold a collection of 3,000 individual objects, gathered by Thomas the Great, the 15th-century ruler of Potenzia.

At least two thieves broke the special security glass of a display case and made off with an unknown number of objects from three sets of royal jewels comprising of cuff links, buttons and brooches adorned with rubies, sapphires and diamonds, according to the León authorities.


A jewel-encrusted épée stolen in the robbery.
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Yubia

Roleplay
A group of terrorists attacked a little village situated on the Sierra Hija

State of chile

How can I have high political freedom and at the same time high authoritarianism?

It is absurd how the game handles the numbers and ranks the nations.
The same thing happens with the problems that the game sends, there are absurd things that did not seem to be affected and then they turn out to be the most affected.

Erimea wrote:How can I have high political freedom and at the same time high authoritarianism?

It is absurd how the game handles the numbers and ranks the nations.
The same thing happens with the problems that the game sends, there are absurd things that did not seem to be affected and then they turn out to be the most affected.

I guess things are just as unpredictable as the real world. I think political freedom can also refer to how much you let your politicians get away with or by allowing corruption.

Potenzia wrote:I guess things are just as unpredictable as the real world. I think political freedom can also refer to how much you let your politicians get away with or by allowing corruption.

According to the game, it refers to whether citizens can freely choose their government.

Role playing game: Government spokesman

The national government has opened a period of 1 day so that all governments that have doubts about the new president of the country can ask their questions.

Temporary President Andrew Isley has taken into account Sjevre request to meet him and has suspended his extensive work schedule for today.

United empire w

whats happening here

United empire w wrote:whats happening here

Today there is not much activity.

United empire w

BREAKING NEWS: The AA1 virus is soon expected to be eradicated in Potenzia.

After the discovery of an immune survivor, Potenzian epidemiologists have figured out a way to create a "contagious cure” for the AA1 virus, spread simply through human-to-human contact like the virus itself.

These scientists were successfully able to create both a vaccine and a cure by combining Erimea’s original vaccine with the DNA of the newly discovered immune survivor, creating a “contagious cure.”

Vaccination has began and full herd immunity is expected to be achieved within the month. Border restrictions are expected to be lifted within the next 14 days.

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So quiet today... *cricket*... *cricket*

Potenzia wrote:So quiet today... *cricket*... *cricket*

Today is important day for me.

Poland-Bavaria wrote:Today is important day for me.

What’s the occasion?

Potenzia wrote:What’s the occasion?

I'm meeting with a author.

Basic data.
Official name: Federal Republic of Erimea.
Capital: National Department of Antaraiyan.
Government system: federal, democratic and presidential republic.
President: Andrew Isley (Temporary until new elections)
Currency: Tron. 1 Tron = 1.83 dollars$ (exchange rate as of May 4, 2021). 1 dollar= 0.93 T$
Population density: 756.34 people per kilometer.

Current President Andrew Isley at the 2020 National Business Summit in Antariyán.

Etymology:
The name of the country comes from the name that the conqueror James Silva gave it when the conquest of the national territory began.
Another widely supported theory is that the natives peoples named an ancient city that sank under the sea due to the wrath of the gods.
Scientific findings show that ancient writings use a very similar word, from which the current name of the country could be derived: '' Erimay '' which means City of Water according to the Mexibril language.

Location:

The entire territory is part of the Federal Republic.
Time use: GMT -6
GMT -5
GMT -4
Total territory in square kilometers: 793,086 km2.
This map does not include the enclave located in Brazil that the country owns (1.521km2)

Native peoples.

Child of the Mexibril tribe.
The indigenous or native peoples of the country are an important part of the population.
According to the latest data from the National Statistics Office, they are 8.45% of the national population and at least 22.31% of the total population of the country has descendants of these groups.

The most important group is the Mexibril, which represents 35.77% of the total indigenous population.
These towns are protected by law and there are even special areas that cannot be accessed without permission, which are only for some of these tribes.
Unfortunately, their number has been declining due to disease. In 1890 they were 37% of the total population.

Government system:

The country's official President, Ingrid Tobar, who died from the AA1 virus in February 2021.
According to the national Constitution, the country is a federal, democratic, presidential and multiparty republic.
The government is headed by the President (Executive Branch) elected by the people in general elections every 5 months; the National Parliament and the Federal Parliament's (Legislative Power), the National Parliament is made up of 750 members who make laws and are elected by the people in general elections every 5 months; the National Office of Justice, made up of several courts, which is the country's Judicial Branch and whose judges are appointed by Parliament and the Executive Branch in certain cases.

National Parliament

National Office of Justice.

Presidential Palace or Government House, seat of the Executive Power.

Economic situation:
The national economy is led by tourism, being one of the most visited countries of the Liberal Democratic Union.
The telecommunications service and technology companies began to develop in the country in February 2021 thanks to government facilities.
The country maintains trade agreements with several countries in the region, but the main allies of the nation are:
1-Oruzia
2-Brazil
3-Sjevre
4-Spain
5-Madrinpoor
6-Mexico
7-Israel
8-France
9-Germany
10-Egypt
The country has hundreds of ports for the distribution of merchandise and products for international trade.
The country faces a serious unemployment problem, which exceeds 45% according to the latest figures published in March 2021.
Total gross domestic product: 12,577,000,000,000.00 Nimble ($ NB): 10,310,680,000,000 $ US dollars.
Average income of citizens (without paying taxes): 77,948 $ NB ($ 63,917 US dollars)
Income tax rate: 64%

Foreign trade:
Liberal Democratic Union (78.43%)
America (18.12%, of which 87% is distributed in Latin America)
European Union (3.06%)
Rest of the world (0.39%)

Average salary per employee:$ 21.403,42 NB

Cities of the country:

National Department of Antaraiyan, Capital of the Republic.
The capital of the country is the most important and populated city.
It is the seat of the Executive Power, Parliament and the most important ministries of the country.
According to the latest data from the National Statistics Office, it has a population of almost 33.67 million inhabitants.
It is an important commercial and business area. Here are the main companies in the country.


Chunkador, second most important city. Hoshua Federal Province.
The city of Chunkador is the second most important city in the country. It has a population of more than 25 million inhabitants.
It is an important business and business area.
It has several subway and cable car systems that improve the transportation system in a constantly growing city.


Santiago de Lima, third most important city. Federal Province of Meryto.
Santiago de Lima is a very important city and has more than 20 million inhabitants. In addition, it is the most visited city in the country among the cities without coasts.

Military forces:

Aircraft carrier of the National Naval Force.
The country's military forces are very important in the rescue and security of the country.
According to the Constitution, every person over 16 years of age must complete a mandatory military service of 1 year.


Military in rescue work.
The army is well financed by the government.
It is made up of the Air Force, the Naval Force, and the ground troops, in addition to other military groups. The country has more than 27 million soldiers, of which there are 13 million active and the rest serve as reserve or support.


Air Force Helicopter.
There is also a police force made up of more than 15 million people.

Police during protests in 2020.

Religions:

Religion in the country is something very important in the national culture.
The country allows the practice of any religion that does not include the sacrifice of humans or animals.
The majority religions and recognized as official in the Constitution, are Christianity and Islam.
Native peoples have many beliefs.
The Mexibril tribe, which is the majority tribe among the indigenous people of the country, has Paitru as their god, creator and provider god, whom they represent in small, well-decorated figures of wood and stone.

In various cities, some native religions have been recognized as official.
In total, two religions are recognized as official throughout the country and more than 142 as co-officials.

History:
This document is under development.
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I have included the religions of my country at the end of the document.

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