South America RMB

WA Delegate: The Federal Democratic Republic of Amwestheim (elected )

Founder: The Region of South-America

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Most Nations: 335th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,242nd Largest Black Market: 1,638th
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Welcome to South America!

Tags: Medium, Offsite Forums, and Featured.

Regional Power: Moderate

South America contains 41 nations, the 335th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Compassionate Citizens in South America

Exhaustive World Census tests involving kittens revealed the following nations to be the most compassionate.

As a region, South America is ranked 8,495th in the world for Most Compassionate Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Entheogen Brew of AyahuascaNew York Times Democracy“The Devine Vine”
2.The Confederation of LuchyenInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Patria est communis omnium parens”
3.The People's Republic of Free SurinamDemocratic Socialists“Die Partei hat immer recht!”
4.The Federal Democratic Republic of AmwestheimNew York Times Democracy“Amer de Loesse, Amer de Vu, op Amer de Valor”
5.The Republic of Republic of La BocaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Justice, Piety, Loyalty”
6.The People's Republic of CasaboIron Fist Consumerists“La Patria o la Tumba”
7.The Blessed Empire of ParanaviLeft-wing Utopia“For Life, for Love, and for the Blessed Land!”
8.The Free Land of The Liberated CoastScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Freedom for all”
9.The Realm of BarreraMoralistic Democracy“God, Country, Freedom”
10.The Dictatorship of Republic of AyacuchoCorrupt Dictatorship“Seamos libres, lo demás no importa”

Last poll: “SA seems to prefer a presidential system. Should it be strong or weak?”

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I prefer a strong presidency and a judiciary but I feel a legislature would be ineffective until we get more active players.

The Realm of Barrera wrote:Glad to hear it, Ner!

I agree and this to me seems like it is the right direction for South America. I don't see the point in a weak president with lots of elected offices. It might create confusion. I like a strong congress with a weak president but until that is practical I will say a strong president.

Can we hear more about the constitution plans Neragua for judiciary, legislature, ect?

The Region of South-America wrote:I'm working on a Constitution heavily modelled on the 2011 Constitution (although it needs serious updating given how much the game mechanics and regional demographics have changed).


ˇNo hay sustitución por la primera constitución!

Tecan and Zuid-Amerika

I think we are not active enough for many elected officers. I guess if these positions change functions it may require constitutional amendments without end. So I will vote for a strong president, but like Aurea, I want a weak president with a strong Congress. Again, however, we are not sufficiently active.

I prefer a strong dictator, myself perhaps? I don't see anyone opposed...

It's settled then. Long live SI!

For my first act, I want Rio Cana chained up so that he can be my full-time bard. Someone get to it. :)

If a benevolent strong leader is asked for then it should be me. Now time to serve SI. with his own methods. He shalled be chained up, chained up and made to slop our hogs. He should be honored, its a great honor to slop our royal hogs. :lol:

Speaking of strong dictators...

Fidel Castro dead at 90

The Federation of Neragua wrote:Speaking of strong dictators...
Fidel Castro dead at 90

Castro will definitely leave a mixed legacy. Cubans may have free healthcare but they don't have free press or freedom to choose their own leaders. I wonder what will happen when Raul goes. Will the U.S. go for Bay of Pigs 2?

The Realm of Barrera wrote:Castro will definitely leave a mixed legacy. Cubans may have free healthcare but they don't have free press or freedom to choose their own leaders. I wonder what will happen when Raul goes. Will the U.S. go for Bay of Pigs 2?

I smell a movie. BAY OF PIGS 2: Return of the Pigs *Inception bwaz noise*

No more Bay of anything necessary. You do know that with rising sea levels that Cuba, which has many flat regions, will look like the Bahamas. The higher elevations will be the only bits sticking out of the ocean. The largest dry region will be the mountainous Eastern part of Cuba. The US mainland will also be farther since most of Florida will become part of the Atlantic ocean.

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