WA Delegate: The Republic of Ariusgrad (elected 139 days ago)
Embassies: Tibet, China, Singapore, The ProcrastiNations, Valhalla, India, Poland, Antifa, Coalition of Catholic States, Asia, United Alliance Of Nations, Scandinavia, Futaba Aoi, Africa, Gay, Central Pacific Empire, and 21 others.South Pacific, Argentina, Atrigeas, Republic of Azerbaijan, The Greek Empire, Hong Kong, Japan, Black Mesa Islands, United Alliances, Inner Mongolia, United Empire of Islam, Central Eastern Europe, League of Christian Nations, The Darwin Allied Republics, The Cooperative Union, Asiana, The United Nations of Here, Commonwealth of Liberty, The Republic of India, Paraguay, and United Federation of Nations.
Regional Power: Moderate
Today's World Census Report
The Longest Average Lifespans in Philippines
Nations ranked highly have lower rates of preventable death, with their citizens enjoying longer average lifespans.
As a region, Philippines is ranked 2,480th in the world for Longest Average Lifespans.
|1.||The Republic of Wendel||New York Times Democracy||“Faith. Hope. Love.”|
|2.||The Unified Realms of Aseiwyth||Corporate Bordello||“Deus, Patriae, Monarchia”|
|3.||The Republic of Ariusgrad||Father Knows Best State||“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord”|
|4.||The Soviet Socialist Republic of Filippinskiye||Left-wing Utopia||“Workers of the world, unite!”|
|5.||The Republic of Maharlika Islands||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Excel and Excellence in Everything ”|
|6.||The Banal at Armadong Soberanya of Vatican XIII||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“I Tego Arcana Dei”|
|7.||The Republic of the Philippines of Asigna||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Dugo at pawis”|
|8.||The Premier Paragon of Ponan||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Not by Force but by Will”|
|9.||The First Republic of Las Islas Filifinas||Democratic Socialists||“the empire on which the sun never sets”|
|10.||The Republic of Guiuan||Democratic Socialists||“After all, this IS Guiuan.”|
- 12 hours ago: Embassy cancelled between Kingdom Of Bahrain and Philippines.
- 13 hours ago: The Federal Republic of New Kaleido arrived from Wintreath.
- 14 hours ago: The Kingdom of Kleshva arrived from Lazarus.
- 1 day 10 hours ago: The Brave New Empire of Letonija of the region Central Eastern Europe cancelled the closure of its embassy in Philippines.
- 1 day 11 hours ago: The Nomadic Peoples of Sogutopia of the region Central Eastern Europe ordered the closure of its embassy in Philippines.
- 2 days 10 hours ago: The Colony of Picosopolis arrived from The East Pacific.
- 3 days 12 hours ago: The Empire of Central Pacific Empire Ambassador 14 arrived from Osiris.
- 3 days 13 hours ago: The Republic of Ariusgrad updated the World Factbook entry.
- 4 days ago: The Empire of Louis-Napoleon departed this region for Nugut.
- 6 days ago: Embassy established between United Federation of Nations and Philippines.
Philippines Regional Message Board
He's too soft on the corrupt. He's not so innovative when it comes to economic situations, he sucks up a lot to foreign companies and to other nations rather than look for the improvement of domestic money makers in our economy.
Plus, what's with him being defensive about DAP?
He's good, but he's not even half as good as the leader we really need for the bayan. Impeaching him would be a mistake, who knows how low we can reach under Binay.
He's got good ideas but we need more aggressive push. I commend his government's contributions to help the economy, but in my opinion we need accomplishments we can actually see, like more schools, more infrastructure projects like flood control, improving our train system and transportation system as a whole. In short, I think we need more radical ideas.
Well maybe its a discretionary spending that he used and he might get in trouble for it?
Aquino is okay, performance near to satisfactory (on my standards). But when it comes to aggressive mass reforms, he hasn't initiated it. The ideology of Pinoys hasn't much changed under him.
Roxas and Binay, they're no good if they plan to run for President. They can't complement PNOY's economic reforms, what do they know anyways?
Seconded. While the determination and efforts of the Aquino Administration, especially with regard to corruption, are noteworthy and laudable to an extent, much needed reforms promised by the government still remain to be seen. Infrastructure spending is still dismal, with only a handful of the PPPs being rolled out. We faced an impending energy crisis, and the country seems somewhat crippled to address it. Not to mention the creation of jobs is not actually translated to actual employment. So on the one hand, you have a promising economy, but on the other, you have a danger of that success being derailed, and, you have a large number of Filipinos who still fail to capitalize or enjoy at the very least, the effects of the said economical development.
And of course, political side, you have cases being filed, yes, but it would appear the drive against corruption is only selective. When it comes to people who are close with the government, or allies of the government, you have a reluctance to commit to investigation, or even bother to give a reasonable and acceptable explanation from this government. Plus, the increasingly belligerent attitude of the president with regard to respect for the rule of law and our institutions.
Hello :) The Colony of Picosopolis
Kala ko ala nka online d2 hahaha pwede bang mgtagalog?? O mas prefer nyo English?? englsh statements nyo e
Weather, weather lang? :P
My fellow Filipino men (or women kapag may mga girls rito), do not expect too much of our leaders.
The President is not a god. P-NOY is not a god. Seriously, kelan pa ba tayo nagkaroon ng revolutionary leader? Yung tipong tulad ng Meiji Emperor ng Japan, noong siya namuno, within few decades, from Stone Age poor nation to world superpower (alam ko, exaggerated).
Not anyone can do everything, after all P-NOY is just 1 man. Other to-be Presidents like Binay, Binay in particular would be worth half a man.
3 words, Lee Kwan Yew.