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Hi, I had to close this region temporarily due to extremely poor mental health, following a tag-raiding incident on 24 November 2015.

My current state of health means that it is not possible to maintain two open regions at once, but at the same time, loneliness keeps me glued to the website.

No one has been banned from the region, although the region was emptied in fury over the raid: I apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Everyone is free to move in when I fully recover (if I ever will, due to the welfare cuts in the UK and doubts over whether I am willing to stay in the UK after July 2016). If I move to a new country the region will be updated to reflect my new home country.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Authoritarian in Hinduism

World Census staff loitered innocuously in various public areas and recorded the length of time that passed before they were approached by dark-suited officials.

As a region, Hinduism is ranked 18,064th in the world for Most Authoritarian.

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Darn, my finger slipped on the embassy response buttons (probably because I am nearing a deep sleep for the night). No, honestly, we can't accept embassy requests from clearly Islamophobic regions.

NEXT DIWALI (3rd Day) - 23 October

Dear me, Drropy's Hinduism rep lapsed.

Austerity cyprus

And I did too, but I am back in this region.

Hinduism is still active: I am also manager of my namesake region.

We would like to offer your region an opportunity. We are creating an Interregional Council in The Mystical Council. Your region has the option of electing or appointing a representative to serve on a Council Seat representing your region. The representative is not obligated to relocate and your region is free to opt in or opt out of participation at any time. The Interregional Council will serve as a the third branch of government in The Mystical Council. It's an ambitious idea. We are not sure where it will lead. Let us know if you're interested. You can post on our RMB or telegram me directly.

Relevant Selections from the Constitution

"Restrictions of the Interregional Council:
1. The Interregional Council may not use its power to encroach upon the autonomy of the region or its resident nations and citizens.

Powers of the Interregional Council:
1. There shall be an Interregional Council such that every region with an embassy building with The Mystical Council will hold at least one seat. These representatives shall be elected or appointed from within their respective regions. Nations representing their region on the Interregional Council will not be required to relocate. Nations serving on the Interregional Council will be sent a telegram in the event of a vote on legislation. Regions with embassy buildings also have the option of opting out of participation at any time.
2. The Interregional Council may summon itself to pass legislation of an interregional or international nature. To become law, the legislation must also be passed by either the Regional Council or the Executive."

"Reports indicate that several neighbouring nations are engaged in major weapons programs in contravention of international law and treaty, focusing public discourse on New Dwarka's foreign policy—specifically, its position on preemptive strikes.

2.) Diplomatic bureaucrat Aaron Chen remarks calmly, "There's no need to go off half-cocked. It would be much better if we used an appropriate international body—the World Assembly, say, or a Hinduism tribunal—to investigate these rumours objectively for us. That way we have the international community on our side, and no one can accuse us of playing judge and jury. It will be well worth the extra diplomatic costs and bureaucratic red tape." (This is the position your government is preparing to adopt.)"

Sometimes the region-name field provides some interesting results. Although, I'd be rather interested in the idea of a Hinduism tribunal.

Or even better, a pan-regional tribunal to save costs (at least in roleplay).

The State of Minoa wrote:Or even better, a pan-regional tribunal to save costs (at least in roleplay).

Sorry for jumping in, but to clarify, I mean a multi-region tribunal so as to increase efficiency if this was roleplayed. The result would be operational costs being distributed between the regions, resulting in low costs per region.

I quit this region forever.

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