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WA Delegate: The Republic of Guinea-Conakry (elected )

Founder: The Republic of Zambezia

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Welcome to the first largest African region, United Africa! Our region expresses democracy and universal suffrage. We welcome all culture, customs, religions, race, sex, governments, and moral code. We hope you make your stay in this region a great one!

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The UA Commons (Provisional)
Prime Consul: Guinea-Conakry
Consuls:
(1) Porangia
(2) Senegambia
(3) Burkina-Faso
Regional Adviser: Zambezia


Currency: Afric
Featured Region: 9/18/2013, 12/25/2014

Embassies: Eastern Africa, South Pacific, United Europe, Greater European Federation, The Alps, Afrika, Mediterranean, The Illuminati, The British Commonwealth, The Caribbean Community, Peoples Federation of Qandaristan, Brightport, The Truly Holy Roman Union, Smiley Faces, Anoir, The Bungle Brigade, and 9 others.Southern Rhodesia, South Asia, The Communist Legion, Mediterranean Union, Iura Pecunia et libertas, Free State of Wisconsin, United Regions, The Constitutional Union, and Greater Azharistan.

Construction of embassies with Moscow Kremlin has commenced. Completion expected .

Tags: Small, Democratic, Offsite Forums, Free Trade, Eco-friendly, Featured, Password, and Regional Government.

United Africa contains 10 nations, the 1,127th most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Extreme in United Africa

The World Census developed the following ranking based on a rather vague survey of nations to uncover 'odd or fundamentalist social, economic, or political systems'.

As a region, United Africa is ranked 12,046th in the world for Most Extreme.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Northern Protectorate of PorangiaWA MemberCapitalist Paradise“To our homeland”
2.The Republic of Burkina-FasoNew York Times Democracy“Unité - Progrès - Justice”
3.The Republic of Guinea-ConakryWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“Travail, Justice, Solidarité”
4.The Union of Southwestern AfricaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Unity, Liberty, Justice”
5.The Republic of CamerounCapitalist Paradise“Paix - Travail - Patrie”
6.The United Democratic Republic of CongosLeft-Leaning College State“Justice – Paix – Travail”
7.The Democratic States of The East African FederationNew York Times Democracy“One People One Destiny”
8.The Republic of ZambeziaLeft-Leaning College State“Perseverantia et Fide”
9.The Confederation of SenegambiaNew York Times Democracy“One people, one goal, one faith”
10.The United Republic of Tanganyika and ZanzibarNew York Times Democracy“Freedom and Unity”

Regional Happenings

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United Africa Regional Message Board

Well, I'm going to return to the Bungle Brigade again.
I might be back, I might not. Who knows.
Keep safe you lot.

Greetings, my African brothers and sisters.

I hope this message finds you all in good health.
I just wish to say hello and open my country's arms to you all as family.
May your coffers be full and your food be plentiful.

Guinea-Conakry

Welcome to our region, East African Federation, and may your nation prosper!

The East African Federation

Our friends at South Pacific were raided and occupied by the Black Hawks as well as other invaders. We have witness our allies' raids before. However, unlike our other allies, South Pacific doesn't have a founder. Without a founder to ward off the invaders, it looks like they are there to stay for a while. Hopefully the folks there could find a way to recover from this.

African unity and Guinea-Conakry

How is everyone doing today?

The Republic of Guinea-Conakry wrote:How is everyone doing today?

I'm fine. It's a little quiet here, but tranquility is nice.

Greetings from the Mediterranean.

The Eternal Republic of Nova-Roma wrote:Greetings from the Mediterranean.

Hello there brother. It's nice to see you here.

Sorry mates! It seems I've forgot to log in. No worries.

Guinea-Conakry

God bless africa

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