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Featured Region: 12 May 2013

LinkThe Cabinet:
Ratateague President & WA Delegate
South Jarvis Secretary General
Communicar Min. of Foreign Affairs
Kiptoke-Ruselia Min. of Immigration and Regional Promotion
Guertonia Min. of Domestic Affairs
Borq Min. of Justice
Pending Min. of Role Play

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Regional Power: Extremely High

Democratic Socialist Assembly contains 191 nations, the 51st most in the world.

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The Lowest Overall Tax Burden in Democratic Socialist Assembly

World Census financial experts assessed nations across a range of direct and indirect measures in order to determine which placed the lowest tax burden on their citizens.

As a region, Democratic Socialist Assembly is ranked 16,503rd in the world for Lowest Overall Tax Burden.

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1.The Republic of OpalalandNew York Times Democracy“Vive la République!”
2.The Democratic Isolationists of AlstoneeLiberal Democratic Socialists“Tendimus Ad Astra”
3.The Federation of United GojoseonWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“May the sun always shine upon the Dangun.”
4.The Grand Experimental Khanate of XBengalxCorporate Police State“For the Grand Khan!”
5.The Republic of ZeleonayarusWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“The people come first.”
6.The Batch of CheeseworldWA MemberAnarchy“Be Cheesey”
7.The DSA-Based Superhero of Teriyaki Barbecue Chicken ManAnarchy“For the Protection of the DSA”
8.The Paradise of ProaestokiaCivil Rights Lovefest“The greatest place in the universe.”
9.The Ministry of South Jarvis Foreign AffairsCapitalist Paradise“Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Jarvis”
10.The Federal Republic of KinesinWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori...”
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The Grand Experimental Khanate of XBengalx wrote:pihj0dewy8KOP'ZA

Be honest -- are you a robot?

This audio version of "The Call of Cthulhu" by H.P. Lovecraft is really good!

The Commonwealth of Gervase wrote:Be honest -- are you a robot?

He joined DSA from a region called "Spam"...

The Socialist People's Republic of Herrebrugh wrote:*Barry, you heathen!

*prepares for holy war*

The Free Land of Freelibreland wrote:He joined DSA from a region called "Spam"...

I think we should report him

The Federation of Switzerland and South Central Europe wrote:I think we should report him

There are worse things, but you're free to do so yourself.

Okay, which of these flags do you like the best?
My current one

Thanks for any input!

I'll create an explanation for whatever flag I end up using.

They're all a bit... Abstract. Which can be great, but it's not really something one looks for in a flag.

I'm not sure if you all got this, but in case you didn't, here's something you might be interested in:

Hi guys!
Don't worry, this telegram has nothing to do with you changing regions - it's marked as recruitment, but it's merely an invitation for your nation to enter an open sports competition if you're interested (it requires no time commitment from you). I'll do my best to be brief!
In a few weeks, my region (the International Northwestern Union) will be hosting its first annual Fall Fair, which will be an occasion featuring lots of fun events ("booths") run by nations from both the INWU and other regions. The idea of the Fall Fair - aside from having a great time - is to use an entertaining gathering to foster new friendships and connections between many nations and regions.
As an event for the Fall Fair, I'm going to be running an association football (soccer) cup, open to any nation who wants to compete. It will be really exciting - featuring reports, predictions, game summaries, names, even prizes for the top four finishers - and to make the Interregional Cup even better, I'm working hard to spread the word about the competition and get as many nations to sign up as possible! It only takes a few minutes and a little creativity to sign up, and once you do, you don't have to devote any time to it - just watch to see how your national team performs (we'll make sure everyone knows how to keep track, don't worry)!
If you want to sign up or learn more, I've written a dispatch to cover the basics of the Interregional Cup, including how to sign up: page=dispatch/id=493647
If you check out the dispatch, please don't forget to up-vote it! Up-voting the dispatch will help keep it at the top of the dispatch list, so that more nations will hear about the Interregional Cup and join the competition. And, of course, be sure to sign up!!! It will be a challenge to put together a large pool of teams, so if you like what you see, please feel free to have your friends take a look - everyone is invited!
Thank you very much for your time - I hope the Interregional Cup is a big part of the Fall Fair's success and proves to be an excellent way to nurture good sportsmanship between many nations and regions! Happy Fall! :)
Best regards,
The Neo-Socialist Districts of GROSS Independency

The People's Democracy of Uupha wrote:Okay, which of these flags do you like the best?
My current one
Thanks for any input!
I'll create an explanation for whatever flag I end up using.

This one:

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