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Rudest Citizens: 5,286thMost Rebellious Youth: 9,556thMost Cheerful Citizens: 10,045th
The Sultanate of
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Pride in the name of Freedom
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Mosarat

Population4.349 billion

CapitalTasir
LeaderFarhan Hashem
FaithIslam-Majority

CurrencyMosaratian Pound
AnimalCamel

The Sultanate of Mosarat is a massive, efficient nation, ruled by Farhan Hashem with a fair hand, and renowned for its frequent executions, daily referendums, and devotion to social welfare. The compassionate, democratic, devout population of 4.349 billion Mosaratians hold their civil and political rights very dear, although the wealthy and those in business tend to be viewed with suspicion.

The large, outspoken government juggles the competing demands of Education, Administration, and Industry. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Tasir. The average income tax rate is 66.8%, and even higher for the wealthy.

The frighteningly efficient Mosaratian economy, worth 442 trillion Mosaratian Pounds a year, is fairly diversified and led by the Information Technology industry, with major contributions from Tourism, Arms Manufacturing, and Book Publishing. State-owned companies are reasonably common. Average income is an impressive 101,763 Mosaratian Pounds, and distributed extremely evenly, with little difference between the richest and poorest citizens.

Students abandon classrooms for online education, prisoners have been known to host cooking and home décor television shows, the countryside is shrouded by wind farms, and surrealist houses shaped like mushrooms and volcanoes dominate the wealthiest neighborhoods. Crime is totally unknown, thanks to a capable police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Mosarat's national animal is the Camel, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its national religion is Islam-Majority.

Mosarat is ranked 262,519th in the world and 21st in Jamesia for Most Patriotic, with 0.64 flags saluted per person per day.

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Rudest Citizens: 5,286thMost Rebellious Youth: 9,556thMost Cheerful Citizens: 10,045thNicest Citizens: 11,306thMost Compassionate Citizens: 11,909thHighest Food Quality: 13,635thTop
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Most Inclusive: 14,184thMost Cultured: 14,499thLargest Welfare Programs: 14,558thMost Developed: 16,189thBest Weather: 16,928thMost Advanced Public Transport: 17,940thMost Devout: 18,940thLongest Average Lifespans: 19,135thMost Beautiful Environments: 19,152ndHealthiest Citizens: 19,374thMost Popular Tourist Destinations: 20,406thHighest Poor Incomes: 21,355thLargest Information Technology Sector: 21,847thSmartest Citizens: 22,616thMost Extensive Public Healthcare: 23,038thMost Efficient Economies: 24,619thMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 25,408thMost Politically Free: 26,115thMost Advanced Public Education: 26,347thMost Subsidized Industry: 26,768th
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Rudest Citizens: 2nd in the regionMost Advanced Public Transport: 2nd in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Mosarat was ranked in the Top 5% of the world for Highest Food Quality.
  • : Following new legislation in Mosarat, surrealist houses shaped like mushrooms and volcanoes dominate the wealthiest neighborhoods.
  • : Following new legislation in Mosarat, the countryside is shrouded by wind farms.
  • : Following new legislation in Mosarat, prisoners have been known to host cooking and home décor television shows.
  • : Mosarat was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Most Subsidized Industry.
  • : Mosarat was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Most Subsidized Industry.
  • : Following new legislation in Mosarat, students abandon classrooms for online education.
  • : Following new legislation in Mosarat, any citizen who cries is immediately assigned a psychiatrist.
  • : Following new legislation in Mosarat, weekly religious services often resemble campaign rallies.
  • : Following new legislation in Mosarat, citizens are exhausted from weekly general elections.

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