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Most Primitive: 1,195thLargest Soda Pop Sector: 1,812thMost Devout: 3,077th
The Commonwealth of
New York Times Democracy
Nemo me impune lacessit
Influence
Powerbroker
Governor
Civil Rights
Very Good
Economy
Frightening
Political Freedom
Superb

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Hintuwan

Population5.665 billion

CapitalHaijing
LeaderPresident Bulalacao
FaithRoman Catholicism

Currencypiloncito
Animalcarabao

The Commonwealth of Hintuwan is a colossal, socially progressive nation, ruled by President Bulalacao with a fair hand, and renowned for its museums and concert halls, enslaved workforce, and devotion to social welfare. The hard-nosed, hard-working, democratic, devout population of 5.665 billion Hintuwanis enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.

The medium-sized, corrupt, outspoken government juggles the competing demands of Spirituality, Industry, and Administration. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Haijing. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 46.4%.

The frighteningly efficient Hintuwani economy, worth 589 trillion piloncitoes a year, is led by the Retail industry, with major contributions from Soda Sales, Tourism, and Arms Manufacturing. Black market activity is rampant. State-owned companies are reasonably common. Average income is an impressive 104,116 piloncitoes, but there is a significant disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 312,348 per year while the poor average 27,108, a ratio of 11.5 to 1.

The only soporific permitted during sermons is the preacher's voice, nudity is frowned upon, school children across the country are staging hunger strikes to protest government-mandated salads, and organ donation rates have hit a new low. Crime, especially youth-related, is a problem, with the police force struggling against a lack of funding and a high mortality rate. Hintuwan's national animal is the carabao, which can occasionally be seen sifting through garbage in the nation's cities, and its national religion is Roman Catholicism.

Hintuwan is ranked 210,810th in the world and 4th in Southern Sea Region for Nudest, with 90.25 cheeks per square mile.

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Most Primitive: 1,195thLargest Soda Pop Sector: 1,812thTop
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Most Devout: 3,077thFattest Citizens: 6,615thMost Rebellious Youth: 7,473rdLargest Retail Industry: 8,619thRudest Citizens: 9,302ndLargest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 9,438thMost Valuable International Artwork: 10,952ndLargest Welfare Programs: 13,498thTop
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Most Ignorant Citizens: 17,579thMost Armed: 18,173rdLargest Black Market: 19,830thMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 21,094thLargest Basket Weaving Sector: 27,338thHighest Wealthy Incomes: 27,581stMost Extensive Public Healthcare: 27,637th

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Hintuwan, organ donation rates have hit a new low.
  • : Hintuwan's influence in Southern Sea Region fell from "Power" to "Powerbroker".
  • : Following new legislation in Hintuwan, school children across the country are staging hunger strikes to protest government-mandated salads.
  • : Following new legislation in Hintuwan, nudity is frowned upon.
  • : Following new legislation in Hintuwan, the only soporific permitted during sermons is the preacher's voice.
  • : Following new legislation in Hintuwan, new pilots are regularly reminded that they are more expendable than their planes.
  • : Hintuwan was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Most Extensive Public Healthcare.
  • : Following new legislation in Hintuwan, school cafeterias serve nothing but protein powder and vitamin supplements.
  • : Following new legislation in Hintuwan, little girls are in tears as President Bulalacao confiscates their pink princess ballgowns.
  • : Hintuwan's influence in Southern Sea Region fell from "Superpower" to "Power".

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