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1.The Most Serene Zionist State of Palm Rio RivieraLeft-Leaning College State“Jewish and Coastal City Paradise ”
2.The Federal Reich of ScheinfeldWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“An Imperial Republic above all”
3.The Colony of Villa VenetiaFree-Market Paradise“Deus spes nostra”
4.The Le sÚnateur franšais of Humpheria in the IRUCorporate Bordello“Perge ad libertatem”
5.The Shallowellic Subdistrict of Akali FlatsAnarchy“We sure do like the cake”
6.The Free Land of AlpinwoodAnarchy“Deus spes nostra”
7.The Legislative Archives of International Republican UnionCapitalist Paradise“The legislative archives of the IRU.”
8.The Republic of AuzkreaCapitalist Paradise“500 miles from Europe”
9.The SÚnateur of The Seafield Islands IRU SenatorCapitalist Paradise“Deus spes nostra”
10.The Republic of The Two CincysDemocratic Socialists“Pie Jesu Domine, dona nobis pacem.”
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The Republic of Oltrandy wrote:I'll work on it. I'll have it done by Teusday, at most.

Will be looking forward to that then.

On another note, I feel unsatisfied with Libertatem's desire to crush socialism entirely.

They don't seem to understand that you cannot crush a idea that is widespread and/or well-known... Even if you stamped out everyone who practices that particular belief, it will simply live on.

As a moderate, I think that the best way to beat the communists is to show them that we are better by them by engaging in more diplomatic ties with other republican regions. Then, when we have got numbers, we can wipe out oppressive, totalitarian regions as quick as we can.

This why many regions refuse to join REATO. They have told me over and over again: "We do not support military actions nor do we have the numbers for it."

So my fellow Republicans, ask yourselves this:

Can we have peaceful relations with Libertatem but abstain from unneeded military action?

"Yes we can."

Can we work with the socialists and the defenders to wipe out far more oppressive regions?

"Yes we can."

Can communists and socialists be our allies in our greatest time of need?

"Yes we can."

As much I disagree with Libertatem's McCarthy-style policies, I wish to maintain our relationship as allies and as friend. We are all brothers of one big cause. But we all have different views on what that cause is.

Hereby, I suggest that we do not take part in Libertatem's military activities anymore unless there is a good cause. This recommendation is in effect after Libertatem is finished with their raids.

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I'm so happy! I helped bring down UCR! Woooo!

I am usually in favor of a non-interventionist foreign policy; that is, only go to war for defense.

I think improving our home, and showing them through example that we as capitalist and republican economies and states are better than them, is much more effective than going to war. I mean, can you really wipe out an idea? If we raid them, destroy a communist region, they'll just create a new one.

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Anyway, this'll probably be my last post till Sunday. See you all later.

The Republic of Oltrandy wrote:I am usually in favor of a non-interventionist foreign policy; that is, only go to war for defense.

I think improving our home, and showing them through example that we as capitalist and republican economies and states are better than them, is much more effective than going to war. I mean, can you really wipe out an idea? If we raid them, destroy a communist region, they'll just create a new one.

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Anyway, this'll probably be my last post till Sunday. See you all later.

See ya. :)

The Republic of Oltrandy wrote:Wouldn't this be part of the Executive Branch, except for their power to serve as a court?

They're technically both a court and a cabinet - like a Judicial Branch, however, their powers grant them the ability to interpret the law, whereas I am merely an enforcer.

The Republic of Oltrandy wrote:Also, where do I find information on appointment and election dates? Are the Senate positions popularly elected every so many days? Are the Minister positions appointed every so many days?

Sorry, I can't find the information.

Also, are there political parties?

Senate elections will begin in a couple of days. Any Citizen who wants to run should announce their candidacy now.

Also, there are currently no political parties. (Unless you count Republicans.)

The Presidential State of Bushterria wrote:Guys, gather your WA statuses and go to Coalition of Independent Nations as soon as you see this post. Endorse a Libertatem Senitel or some one of the like. I'll keep you posted who it is.

Plus, it's an emergency from REATO.

Glad you guys could defend that region, but this is simply ridiculous. Libertatem can't go gallivanting around attempting to tag raid regions; not only does that serve no military purpose, but it also just pisses them off and results in the necessity to defend a civilian target. Why couldn't they have let the leaders of other REATO regions in on their plan?

The Republic of Oltrandy wrote:Guys, I want to help this region. I really do. We all are liberty-lovers, I do know that. And, although, I haven't met all of you, really only two of you, and am getting to know the rest, I know I will like this community. And I think the current way the Constitution is, it places to much power in, frankly, bureaucrats; the Minister are not elected, and they make the majority of the decisions in this region.

Their representation may be indirect, but they're not bureaucrats. In practice, the Ministers have made very few decisions; our Presidents and I have a knack for choosing more cautious nations that carefully consider courses of action before acting.

The Republic of Oltrandy wrote:So, what do you guys think of me proposing a Constiution? Will you at least think about it? I think you'll like it. It will make a more republican form of government, giving the people a lot more power.

Why not just make amendments to our existing Constitution?

The Presidential State of Bushterria wrote:On another note, I feel unsatisfied with Libertatem's desire to crush socialism entirely.

-snip-

Hereby, I suggest that we do not take part in Libertatem's military activities anymore unless there is a good cause. This recommendation is in effect after Libertatem is finished with their raids.

Agreed. Additionally, if Libertatem asks REATO for their support, a vote on the operation must be held by representatives as the REAGAN Treaty mandates.

The Celestial Democracy of Ronacria wrote:I'm so happy! I helped bring down UCR! Woooo!

Wipe that grin off your face. Tsar handled and timed that terribly. Now the Libertatem raid attempt is associated with fascism, the UCR's original residents can relocate to somewhere more secure, and the left is even more paranoid than usual. In the long run, this will make the most authoritarian state socialists more difficult to defeat. What do we have to show for it? A Nazi-themed region. Greeeat.

The Republic of Oltrandy wrote:I am usually in favor of a non-interventionist foreign policy; that is, only go to war for defense.

Incidentally, we've only once declared an official state of war for purposes of our own defense, but we do engage in military operations for the defense of others from time to time.

I do agree with you CI. The liberation of one of our REATO allies is justified. But, this recent raid isn't. I just realized what Libertatem's deep seated interests are and why that might be.

I'm planning on creating an amendment to prevent Libertatem from making REATO look bad. If they don't like it, too bad. They messed up, now it's REATO's problem. REATO needs to fix this to let more regions join in.

The Presidential State of Bushterria wrote:I do agree with you CI. The liberation of one of our REATO allies is justified. But, this recent raid isn't. I just realized what Libertatem's deep seated interests are and why that might be.

I'm planning on creating an amendment to prevent Libertatem from making REATO look bad. If they don't like it, too bad. They messed up, now it's REATO's problem. REATO needs to fix this to let more regions join in.

I can't believe I trusted them to play it smart. Do what you must.

I will make the proposal..Remember, it's just a proposal. I think you'll like it. It's actually quite similar to this one except more power is vested from the Ministers to the legislative and judicial branch. I figured it'd be a little too messy on the original constitution to have these many amendments, and it'd just be easier to "recreate" it.

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