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Most Devout: 4,152nd Most Influential: 6,427th Largest Insurance Industry: 12,497th
The Republic of
Moralistic Democracy
En unión y libertad
Influence
Minnow
Civil Rights
Unheard Of
Economy
Powerhouse
Political Freedom
Good

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CypriotRepublic

Population5.402 billion

CapitalRosario
LeaderLoukas Ionias
FaithOrthodoxy

CurrencyCypriot Pound
AnimalCypriot Mouflon

The Republic of CypriotRepublic is a colossal, safe nation, ruled by Loukas Ionias with an even hand, and renowned for its compulsory military service, triple-decker prams, and restrictive gun laws. The hard-working, devout population of 5.402 billion CypriotRepublicians are highly moralistic and fiercely conservative, in the sense that they tend to believe most things should be outlawed. People who have good jobs and work quietly at them are lauded; others are viewed with suspicion.

The medium-sized, moralistic government juggles the competing demands of Defense, Spirituality, and Law & Order. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Rosario. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 40.5%.

The powerhouse CypriotRepublician economy, worth 465 trillion Cypriot Pounds a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Tourism industry, with significant contributions from Arms Manufacturing, Uranium Mining, and Door-to-door Insurance Sales. Average income is 86,119 Cypriot Pounds, with the richest citizens earning 8.6 times as much as the poorest.

Pet owners must make a payment if their charges leave a deposit, referenda can be called for any law at the request of at least one third of the voting population, plain-clothes police officers follow Dàguó tourists everywhere they go, and cane fights are a common sight in nursing homes. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to a capable police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. CypriotRepublic's national animal is the Cypriot Mouflon, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its national religion is Orthodoxy.

CypriotRepublic is ranked 41,130th in the world and 2,103rd in The North Pacific for Largest Manufacturing Sector, scoring 11,646.37 on the Gooback-Jerbs Productivity Index.

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Most Devout: 4,152ndMost Influential: 6,427thTop
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Largest Insurance Industry: 12,497thMost Conservative: 13,554thLargest Mining Sector: 14,575th
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Most Devout: 168th in the regionTop
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Largest Mining Sector: 571st in the regionLargest Insurance Industry: 652nd in the regionLargest Populations: 770th in the regionMost Corrupt Governments: 784th in the regionMost Conservative: 810th in the regionMost Advanced Defense Forces: 853rd in the regionHighest Economic Output: 908th in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, cane fights are a common sight in nursing homes.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, plain-clothes police officers follow Dàguó tourists everywhere they go.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, referenda can be called for any law at the request of at least one third of the voting population.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, pet owners must make a payment if their charges leave a deposit.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, the banshee wail foretells skies of death.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, elections are won by the candidate who makes the best 'yo mama' jokes.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, news headlines usually include p-values.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, foreign leaders who don't applaud Loukas Ionias's speeches are regarded as enemies of CypriotRepublic.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, excessive wheelchair ramps on government buildings have been compared to theme park attractions.
  • : Following new legislation in CypriotRepublic, the institution of marriage is held sacred and strictly enforced.

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