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The Dreamers of Zonzibar

“Ambassador from Nudist Dreamland”

Category: Liberal Democratic Socialists
Civil Rights:
Good
Economy:
Developing
Political Freedoms:
Superb

Regional Influence: Eminence Grise

Location: The Nudist Dreamland

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The Dreamers of Zonzibar is a colossal, environmentally stunning nation, notable for its strong anti-business policies. The compassionate, intelligent population of 8.19 billion Zonzibarians love a good election, and the government gives them plenty of them. Universities tend to be full of students debating the merits of various civil and political rights, while businesses are tightly regulated and the wealthy viewed with suspicion.

It is difficult to tell where the omnipresent government stops and the rest of society begins, but it juggles the competing demands of Education, Social Welfare, and Healthcare. It meets every day to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Zonzibar City. The average income tax rate is 68%, and even higher for the wealthy. Private enterprise is illegal, but for those in the know there is a slick and highly efficient black market in Trout Farming.

Innocent defendants often plea guilty for fear of receiving a much harsher sentence before jury, only a minority of the population can actually vote at elections, anti-government political posters adorn every building like wallpaper, and children are regularly married to each other to secure business deals between families. Crime -- especially youth-related -- is a serious problem, probably because of the country's utter lack of prisons. Zonzibar's national animal is the great zane, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its currency is the bar.

Zonzibar is ranked 2nd in The Nudist Dreamland and 86,560th in the world for Lowest Overall Tax Burden, scoring -9 on the Hayek Index.

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