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and Community For State Security Members Farengeto, Kringalia and Sandaoguo.


Embassies: The North Pacific, Europeia, Spiritus, Balder, the Rejected Realms, Lazarus, The East Pacific, the West Pacific, South Pacific Regional Games, Lone Wolves United, Kennan, Albion, NationStates, South Pacific Ejection Contest, The World After the End, Osiris, and 3 others.Equilism, An Escape, and the Pacific.

Tags: Democratic, Offsite Forums, Casual, Feeder, Featured, Founderless, Gargantuan, and Regional Government.

Regional Power: Extremely High

The South Pacific contains 5,960 nations, the 3rd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector in the South Pacific

As a region, the South Pacific is ranked 7th in the world for Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The Federation of ERRIBURGCapitalist Paradise“Long live the president”
12.The Kingdom of West PonenteLeft-Leaning College State“A toutes les gloires du Ponente de l'ouest”
13.The Kingdom of DarkmenCorporate Police State“gold or lead”
14.The 27 of ---------------------------Iron Fist Consumerists“The South Pacific”
15.The Vampire Syndicate of Black IvarsFather Knows Best State“Sex & Violence”
16.The Military Empire of Space WaveWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“ being quiet is the best form of peace”
17.The Efficient Corporation of KaratengisaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“In oil we trust $”
18.The Emirate of YolandistanCapitalist Paradise“Not Our Problem”
19.The Glorious People's Empire of Azuremyst GladesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Der Riese”
20.The Free Republic of Motorcycle Empty HeadsCapitalist Paradise“Two wheels is all you need”
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Good morning TSP :D

Tsunamy

Thanks Curly your the best :)

Curlyhoward

The Miserable Land of Aramanchovia wrote:I must have missed those proposals (which I understand are only preliminary). I am planning on trying to get something acceptable up, but I know it won't be unanimous support for anything which gives voting rights here - just the way it is.
As long as the voting is open to non-citizens (which would probably be unusual), I will be happy to vote for a decent proposal, but I am not planning to apply for citizenship under the current system, as I disagree with it. If that means I get no say, so be it.


Apologies, I misread your initial post -- I thought you were talking about the proposals not personalities. We'll still need to figure out voting and all that jazz.

But, even without voting, the more comments/input/etc. we can have would be helpful. The argument against is always that the RMB doesn't care -- I'd love to prove that wrong.

Drugged Monkeys and Belschaft

And now my fellow South Pacific summertime fans, as the week winds down and I take my leave to indulge my intellectual pursuits, just remember this...........

Don't forget to washa where the Sun don't shiiiiiiine!!!!!!!!!!

Feirmont

Where do babies come from

The Queendom of Imperium Facultas wrote:Where do babies come from


Storks

The Queendom of Imperium Facultas wrote:Where do babies come from

Gooseberry bushes?

The Miserable Land of Aramanchovia wrote:I must have missed those proposals (which I understand are only preliminary). I am planning on trying to get something acceptable up, but I know it won't be unanimous support for anything which gives voting rights here - just the way it is.
As long as the voting is open to non-citizens (which would probably be unusual), I will be happy to vote for a decent proposal, but I am not planning to apply for citizenship under the current system, as I disagree with it. If that means I get no say, so be it.

My proposal, which Tsu refereed to, is to split Delegate elections into two rounds; a primary round held on the forums which will select the two leading candidates, and a second round held via in game poll of WA Nations to select between these candidates. That way citizens get to vet the candidates in detail, looking at issues of security, manifesto ideas, etc, and then WA Nations get the final choice. I think it's the most practical proposal, and the one that has the best chance of satisfying the desires of both sides.

What to say, what to say...

Woah. I didn't use nationstates for nearly a month and I managed to miss interesting politics. A shame.

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