India RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Democratic Republic of INDIA WAALE (elected )

Founder: The Community of Nirupama

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 158th Most Nations: 250th
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A Warm Welcome to INDIA!

Welcome to India, a region dedicated to a nation that boasts 6000 years of history.

Embassy Policy: For us to approve your region's embassy request, your region must have at least 7-8 nations.

Endorsement policy: All incoming and current WA nations will receive a minimum of 1 endorsement as a thank you for their entrance here.

General Elections April 2016
Results Day: May 9, 2016
Candidates:
The Rajput Rajya of Kumbhalgarh
The Brotherhood of Kolkatta
The Constitutional Anarchy of Chalakudy
The Pacifist Sultanate of AL-Hind Indus

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India contains 59 nations, the 250th most in the world.

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The Most Primitive in India

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed to the unknowable will of animal-based spirit gods.

As a region, India is ranked 16,348th in the world for Most Primitive.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Titular Mewari Dynasty of Rajput RanaFather Knows Best State“Bol Bajrang Bali Ki Jai”
2.The Titular Scindia Dynasty of Maratha PeshwaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The heart of incredible India”
3.The United Tribes of SonnveldInoffensive Centrist Democracy“OM Bharata Vrika”
4.The Pacifist Sultanate of AL-Hind IndusDemocratic Socialists“The War and Peace lie in the hands of man.”
5.The Republic of San DominicaDemocratic Socialists“Satyamev Jayate”
6.The United States of AmereicaCorporate Bordello“In God we trust”
7.The Joint Stock Company of East India Company FactoryCorporate Police State“By right of the King and the Senate of England”
8.The Titular Nizami Dynasty of Great MughalFather Knows Best State“Duty, Honour, Compassion”
9.The Idiosyncratic Ideology of Aam IndiaLiberal Democratic Socialists“BJP and Congress Mukt Bharat”
10.The Federation of VrishnisMoralistic Democracy“Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya Namaha”
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I am very upset with the way elections are proceeding. It looks like as if we have NDA and UPA fighting.

I am very upset with the way elections are proceeding. It looks like as if we have NDA and UPA fighting.

The Progressive Alliance of Indian Joint States wrote:Seriously india waale , that's how low you're prepared to stoop?
First things first, let's talk on facts. The maximum number of nations you so advertise is way larger than what we had back when we had other delegates. I don't know if you understand basic calculus but your numbers are not even close to a local maxima that I or Chalakudy have had ( confirm if you wish to using Wayback machine!). In short 75 isn't the greatest by a long shot so stop calling that an achievement.
Second, your drafts and laws are pure horse crap to be precise. You write six lines and call that a law. This is how your law sounds.
Rape is now a crime, anyone raped can now go to police stations without any fear. Rapists shall be hanged.
And to sum it up, you sign it off with an executive order. My dear friend, please look up the legal purview of executive orders and please be informed that they are signed on matters in your jurisdiction . Any law unless passed by a vote by the Great Region of India cannot by passed by your executive orders.
He did not win because he went through an accident. He could not campaign for the same reason and if you really would care to look up the RMB, he made no posts during that time. Please be considerate to someone who's been unable to do something because of reasons beyond your control.
And finally, it's YOU sir. You first say you won't contest, then you agree to stay. All that you really wanted was to maintain the status quo that would've automatically made you WAD again. If you have the courage for a real floor test, step down from the WA. lets the endorsements be reset and we'll see. Your indecisiveness has plunged India from 75 to 61.


Let's not fight. There is precisely no reason to attack each other.

I have no problem with the election first of all, but the bitter rhetoric created from it is a problem.

Let's not undermine the progress we made. We got 75 nations, when we were down around 30. A lot of the nations that left either were puppets or ceased to exist due to inactivity. So I am not too unhappy about the leaving. Yes, we could have done more, but to say our progress is menial is an insult to the work we have put in. As Vice-Delegate, I put together a recruitment task force, which failed. I've stayed up late in the night telegramming nations, and stopped doing so after I realized that it was illegal to some extent. Recruitment, if anything, is much harder today than it was before. So the fact that we increased our regional strength by around 20-30 is impressive.

Also, let's try and critique the laws made rather than simply insult them. As Vice-Delegate, I have made numerous strides to try to get the citizens involved. If you had a problem with the semantics of the laws, you or anyone else who was experienced could have helped us. It is illogical to criticize them now when YOU could have helped as they were being passed.

Compared to your administration, I agree, this administration looks ineffective. But making such a comparison is illogical. Compared to the presidencies of Franklin Roosevelt or Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama's presidency looks ineffective. Does that mean he accomplished nothing? No. Does that make him a bad president? No. Could he have done more? Yes, but the situation today is dramatically different before. To hold tge WA Delegate to this standard and to insult him instead of critiqueing his policies is quite frankly disrespectful, and wr are a region of respect not bitter rhetoric.

Chalakudy

The Democratic Republic of The Socialist Union of India wrote:Let's not fight. There is precisely no reason to attack each other.
I have no problem with the election first of all, but the bitter rhetoric created from it is a problem.
Let's not undermine the progress we made. We got 75 nations, when we were down around 30. A lot of the nations that left either were puppets or ceased to exist due to inactivity. So I am not too unhappy about the leaving. Yes, we could have done more, but to say our progress is menial is an insult to the work we have put in. As Vice-Delegate, I put together a recruitment task force, which failed. I've stayed up late in the night telegramming nations, and stopped doing so after I realized that it was illegal to some extent. Recruitment, if anything, is much harder today than it was before. So the fact that we increased our regional strength by around 20-30 is impressive.
Also, let's try and critique the laws made rather than simply insult them. As Vice-Delegate, I have made numerous strides to try to get the citizens involved. If you had a problem with the semantics of the laws, you or anyone else who was experienced could have helped us. It is illogical to criticize them now when YOU could have helped as they were being passed.
Compared to your administration, I agree, this administration looks ineffective. But making such a comparison is illogical. Compared to the presidencies of Franklin Roosevelt or Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama's presidency looks ineffective. Does that mean he accomplished nothing? No. Does that make him a bad president? No. Could he have done more? Yes, but the situation today is dramatically different before. To hold tge WA Delegate to this standard and to insult him instead of critiqueing his policies is quite frankly disrespectful, and wr are a region of respect not bitter rhetoric.


I completely stand by what The Democratic Republic of The Socialist Union of India said. And not trying to fight, chalakudy was always talking about the past.That during his previous reign he overcame many difficulties and stuff but he never talked on how will he take the region forward and what was his vision.I respect and appreciate his work during his previous reign.If the election would have resulted in an outcome then I did not have any problem but it felt like no one was interested in voting for the candidates.

2Adityanagari

The Democratic Republic of The Socialist Union of India wrote:Let's not fight. There is precisely no reason to attack each other.
I have no problem with the election first of all, but the bitter rhetoric created from it is a problem.
Let's not undermine the progress we made. We got 75 nations, when we were down around 30. A lot of the nations that left either were puppets or ceased to exist due to inactivity. So I am not too unhappy about the leaving. Yes, we could have done more, but to say our progress is menial is an insult to the work we have put in. As Vice-Delegate, I put together a recruitment task force, which failed. I've stayed up late in the night telegramming nations, and stopped doing so after I realized that it was illegal to some extent. Recruitment, if anything, is much harder today than it was before. So the fact that we increased our regional strength by around 20-30 is impressive.
Also, let's try and critique the laws made rather than simply insult them. As Vice-Delegate, I have made numerous strides to try to get the citizens involved. If you had a problem with the semantics of the laws, you or anyone else who was experienced could have helped us. It is illogical to criticize them now when YOU could have helped as they were being passed.
Compared to your administration, I agree, this administration looks ineffective. But making such a comparison is illogical. Compared to the presidencies of Franklin Roosevelt or Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama's presidency looks ineffective. Does that mean he accomplished nothing? No. Does that make him a bad president? No. Could he have done more? Yes, but the situation today is dramatically different before. To hold tge WA Delegate to this standard and to insult him instead of critiqueing his policies is quite frankly disrespectful, and wr are a region of respect not bitter rhetoric.


I do respect your enthusiasm and effort you put into running this region. Democracy has the power to bring order out of chaos. Heated debates are parts and parcel of a free and fair elections.

The Democratic Republic of INDIA WAALE wrote:This Elections have been self destructive for the region.The region was just beginning to progress with 75 nations. this has not only stopped the working of the government but also a step back for the region.The region now consists of only 61 nations from the 75 we had.I would request you to set up a probe commission on how and what were the reasons the region has become inactive .I had only been in charge for 157 days and the founder chose to test my popularity.The founder should have known that since the region is progressing and the world is noticing, it should have been enough for letting me and my government work.
Now this has become very confusing.No one knows their roles any more. I had a small team working efficiently . My Vice-Delegate,The Defense minister and me.Also we have started fighting against each other.Very negative.This has been a very costly and misjudged error.I did not say this before because I wanted everyone to experience that there was a mistake and everyone had to realize it.


As The WA Delegate of India, the esteemed delegate should have been cautious. You simply let us realize your intentions and if you wanted to continue you have every right to contest the elections.

At first I thought That chalakudy is very experienced.So I felt let them give a chance as he has way more experience than me but as the elections progressed I realized that this was a wrong move.People were fighting and it was breaking the region also I noticed that you were talking about the past only

The Democratic Republic of INDIA WAALE wrote:I completely stand by what The Democratic Republic of The Socialist Union of India said. And not trying to fight, chalakudy was always talking about the past.That during his previous reign he overcame many difficulties and stuff but he never talked on how will he take the region forward and what was his vision.I respect and appreciate his work during his previous reign.If the election would have resulted in an outcome then I did not have any problem but it felt like no one was interested in voting for the candidates.

With the mess that elections have turned out to be and with all the contentions and arguments that have come up, I find myself in a quandary.

India Waale, however it started this elections is now an ugly mess for us to deal with and the only way to deal with is to win the election.

Chalakudy, considering your accident I am extending the period of election by a further week, the election will continue until 9th of May, 2016.
There would be no WA ejections, as candidates it is your responsibility that you win the endorsements needed to be the WA Delegate by 9th of May, 2016. You have to win endorsements and where necessary ensure your opponent loses endorsements.

Yes, situation is ugly but it has to be dealt with either ways. Candidates, I implore you to stop the mud slinging. Singing paeans to glorious pasts, or number wonders or anything can be used, but stop personal attacks immediately. I had hitherto refrained myself from moderating the discussions I am afraid that time has come now.

2Adityanagari

ON that note, I believe I had been accused of libel, of which I am still in denial. However you have attacked who I am as a person, thus I had taken my presence away because I didn't want to keep this ugly stuff going on. Anyways, I am still running for WAD. I would love to lead this region, however, INDIA WAALE, I would be willing to endorse you seeing as you have been doing a fine job.

Why is my name not there in Candidate List?

Nirupama

The Pacifist Sultanate of AL-Hind Indus wrote:Why is my name not there in Candidate List?


Sorry my friend, I may have forgot to update the list. You are on now.

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