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The Republic of Lesbia

“Vivat Libertatem”

Category: Left-Leaning College State
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Regional Influence: Powerbroker

Location: Federation of Free States


The Republic of Lesbia is a colossal, environmentally stunning nation, ruled by President O'Brian with an even hand, and renowned for its keen interest in outer space. The compassionate, hard-working, intelligent population of 5.311 billion Lesbians enjoy extensive civil freedoms, particularly in social issues, while business tends to be more regulated.

It is difficult to tell where the omnipresent government stops and the rest of society begins, but it juggles the competing demands of Defence, Education, and Law & Order. It meets every day to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Lesbia City. The average income tax rate is 29%. The private sector is almost wholly made up of enterprising ten-year-olds selling lemonade on the sidewalk, although the government is looking at stamping this out.

Traffic jams are a common sight due to construction work from a massive overhaul of the nation's freeways, oil executives can be seen reluctantly cleaning oil-soaked birds, an increasing percentage of the population's youth have homosexual parents, and marketing departments of corporate giants compete to sponsor little league teams. Crime is well under control, thanks to the all-pervasive police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Lesbia's national animal is the Les, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, its national religion is unofficially Christianity, and its currency is the Lesbian dollar.

Lesbia is ranked 3rd in Federation of Free States and 6,680th in the world for Most Cultured, scoring 45 on the Snufflebottom-Wiggendum Pentatonic Scale.

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Most Recent Government Activity: 17 hours ago


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by Max Barry

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