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The Holy Republic of Gebidia

“Cum Gaudia Infinita”

Category: New York Times Democracy
Civil Rights:
Excellent
Economy:
Frightening
Political Freedoms:
Superb

Regional Influence: Powerbroker

Location: Coalition of Catholic States

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The Holy Republic of Gebidia is a colossal, genial nation, ruled by President Marcus Oritas with a fair hand, and notable for its punitive income tax rates. The compassionate, intelligent population of 7.425 billion Gebidians enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.

It is difficult to tell where the omnipresent government stops and the rest of society begins, but it is mainly concerned with Education, although Social Welfare and Religion & Spirituality are on the agenda. It meets every day to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Arvoria. The average income tax rate is 74%. A powerhouse of a private sector is dominated by the Book Publishing industry.

Radio shows frequently feature people denouncing religion, a well-funded social safety net protects the unfortunate, recruitment posters proclaim the army to be both fabulous and fashionable, and anti-government web sites are springing up. Crime is totally unknown. Gebidia's national animal is the Turtle, which frolics freely in the nation's sparkling oceans, its national religion is Roman Catholicism, and its currency is the Denalm.

Gebidia is ranked 1st in Coalition of Catholic States and 374th in the world for Least Corrupt Governments, scoring 140 on the Inverse Mugabe Relativity Rating.

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity: 4 days ago

  • 15 hours ago: Gebidia was endorsed by The Queendom of Elanore.
  • 1 day 2 hours ago: Gebidia was reclassified from "Civil Rights Lovefest" to "New York Times Democracy".
  • 3 days 1 hour ago: Gebidia fell out of the regional Top 10% for Most Rebellious Youth.
  • 5 days ago: Gebidia was reclassified from "New York Times Democracy" to "Civil Rights Lovefest".
  • 5 days ago: Following new legislation in Gebidia, anti-government web sites are springing up.
  • 5 days ago: Following new legislation in Gebidia, recruitment posters proclaim the army to be both fabulous and fashionable.
  • 6 days ago: Following new legislation in Gebidia, a well-funded social safety net protects the unfortunate.
  • 6 days ago: Following new legislation in Gebidia, radio shows frequently feature people denouncing religion.
  • 6 days ago: Following new legislation in Gebidia, hospitals are amongst the best-funded in the region.
  • 6 days ago: Following new legislation in Gebidia, third party candidates are now gaining some representation in Parliament.

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