Europe RMB

WA Delegate: The Democratic Republic of Jenesia (elected 21 days ago)

Founder: The Unquestionable Wisdom of EuroFounder

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Welcome to Europe

One of the most influential NationStates regions, Europe is known for being the biggest and best roleplaying region with over 10 years of history and 1000+ RP posts a month. We invite you to join one of the largest player-created regions today and visit the LinkForum to join in RP TODAY!

Nations of Europe are encouraged to join the WA and endorse the WA delegate to bolster our influence in the Assembly! Every endorsement the delegate has is an extra vote for Europe in the WA!

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Embassies: the Pacific, The East Pacific, and USSR.

Tags: Independent, Enormous, Featured, Offsite Forums, Role Player, Social, and Neutral.

Regional Power: Extremely High

Europe contains 375 nations, the 22nd most in the world.


Today's World Census Report

The Largest Manufacturing Sector in Europe

As a region, Europe is ranked 26th in the world for Largest Manufacturing Sector.

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bugger off

ma jedi govna

Hmm...apply evenly to infected area ...

Caps lock just makes you look like a fool.

And your words makes you rude and disrespect person

The Federation of Semolia wrote:PEOPLE APPLICATE PLEASE !!!

Why? Was this your proposal which failed in the world assembly?

Yes, but it's failed because something else not the Organization

Google Translate sure is terrible, isn't it?

The Federation of Semolia wrote:Yes, but it's failed because something else not the Organization

It failed because the Organisation is illegal in the eyes of the World Assembly. The post-mortem conducted by myself with the honourable college of ambassadors, concluded that your bill 'does nothing that doesn't involve the committee' and 'section #4 looks suspiciously like "optionality"'.

Furthermore, the college concluded that:

'Effectively, it calls for international oversight over national banking systems, which is a terrible idea (a real world example, Greece, Italy, Spain and their struggles with the European Central Bank). Furthermore, the formulae which this citizen professor created are basically GDP per capita and productivity measurements... renamed. The majority of the bill is effectively just a copy-paste & reword of an economics textbook's section on monetary policy'

(note that in this, I am using the word 'college' to mean 'group of participating members/ambassadors')

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