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Africa RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Constitutional Monarchy of West Angola (elected )

Founder: The Theological Democracy of United Faiths

Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most Nations: 154th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 351st
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Welcome to AFRICA!

ANYONE LOOKING FOR A REGION THAT PROMOTES THE VALUES OF EQUALITY, LIBERTY AND THE OVERALL PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS, LOOK NO FURTHER!

WA Delegate: The Union of Chungilio
Founder pro tempore: East xibeiguo

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Sister Regions of Africa
North Africa
West Africa
Central Africa
East Africa
South Africa


Embassies: South Africa, North Africa, Zambia, South Sudan, India, New Europe, Middle East, The United States of Europe, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Israel, United States, Alabama, Arctic, Florida, New Warsaw Pact, Alaska, and 10 others.France, Atrigeas, Somalia, The Ascendancy, Alliance Of Armed Nations, UAA, The SOP, Demolibs, Southeast Asia, and Oceania.

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Regional Power: Moderate

Africa contains 87 nations, the 154th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Devout in Africa

World Census Inquisitors conducted rigorous one-on-one interviews probing the depth of citizens' beliefs in order to determine which nations were the most devout.

As a region, Africa is ranked 3,294th in the world for Most Devout.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The United Human Federation of NdakuNew York Times Democracy“Savoir d'où Vous Venez”
2.The Holy Leadership of Realm of AbbadonFather Knows Best State“Military and fish are the only way!”
3.The Democratic People's Republic of MombombuIron Fist Consumerists“Le Joyau du Désert”
4.The Solar Empire of Sar-AksumLiberal Democratic Socialists“Justice, Honor, Tolerance”
5.The Kingdom of HimyariteAuthoritarian Democracy“God, Country, Unity”
6.The African Nationalist Republic of NuwaubiaIron Fist Consumerists“Black Power”
7.The United Republic of ZimbeziaCivil Rights Lovefest“Uhuru na Umoja”
8.The Vordanian Colony of AramasiaCompulsory Consumerist State“Advance Aramasia!”
9.The Empire of TetutDemocratic Socialists“One Nation, Under The Gods.”
10.The Queendom of XDungeonxofxHellXInoffensive Centrist Democracy“YOLO”
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Africa Regional Message Board

Probably gonna leave this region. Nothing is happening and it just seems dead to me :(

The Rainbow Nation of Papparvania wrote:Probably gonna leave this region. Nothing is happening and it just seems dead to me :(


Don't leave!!!

The Rainbow Nation of Papparvania wrote:Probably gonna leave this region. Nothing is happening and it just seems dead to me :(

Maybe we need a more organized region with elections, etc. and a constitution.

The Constitutional Monarchy of Jenau wrote:The 25th May is Africa day. Does anyone have any ideas for how our region can celebrate this day?

We should celebrate with the above: having a working government in place and then invite regions we're allied with to attend an event or something.

Interracialia

There's no active government with active ministers or regional officers, that's why things aren't going anywhere here.

Independent Zimbabwe and New Africa

The United Human Federation of Ndaku wrote:There's no active government with active ministers or regional officers, that's why things aren't going anywhere here.


its time for change.

Ndaku, Interracialia, Chatia, and New Africa

Hey guys it's Ndaku, thought I could bring in an old puppet of mine

The Republic of Independent Zimbabwe wrote:its time for change.

I thought of prompting UF (Unified Faiths) so we could initiate an election so we could choose our regional officers democratically but little was done. I sort of gave up on the matter for a while since then, thus I resigned from the WA temporarily.

Personally I think the founder should be more of a 'regional protector' role who only acts to prevent/remove a threat to the security and independence on the region. Outside of those very limited reserve powers, all executive power should be exercised by the democratically elected delegate.

Interracialia

Anyone else bored on a lazy Friday evening?

I'm back bois!

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