The Autocracy of
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy
Tropical Paradise
Regional Influence
Civil Rights
Below Average
Political Freedom

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The Autocracy of Saliba is a gargantuan, cultured nation, notable for its museums and concert halls, public floggings, and devotion to social welfare. The hard-nosed population of 24.265 billion Salibans have some civil rights, but not too many, enjoy the freedom to spend their money however they like, to a point, and take part in free and open elections, although not too often.

The government — a sprawling, bureaucracy-choked morass — prioritizes Law & Order, with Environment, Education, and Welfare also on the agenda, while Spirituality receives no funds. The average income tax rate is 95.1%.

The large but sluggish Saliban economy, worth 987 trillion gold nuggets a year, is driven entirely by a combination of government and state-owned industry, with private enterprise illegal. The industrial sector, which is highly specialized, is led by the Book Publishing industry, with major contributions from Trout Farming and Gambling. Average income is 40,704 gold nuggets, and evenly distributed, with the richest citizens earning only 3.3 times as much as the poorest.

Birth rates have hit an all-time low, CEOs can't hear the term 'Fire Sale' without bursting into tears, Saliba City spends billions upgrading public transport, and motorists must pay to enter inner-cities during peak hours. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to the all-pervasive police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Saliba's national animal is the toucan, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests.

Saliba is ranked 46th in Antarctica and 105,396th in the world for Most Primitive, scoring -129 on the Scary Big Number Scale.

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by Max Barry

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