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WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Democratic Republic of Liberal Pi

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Most Influential: 157th Highest Crime Rates: 206th Most Rebellious Youth: 226th+21
Most Armed: 342nd Largest Soda Pop Sector: 344th Most Politically Apathetic Citizens: 396th Highest Economic Output: 563rd Highest Wealthy Incomes: 583rd Fattest Citizens: 616th Most Beautiful Environments: 658th Largest Publishing Industry: 692nd Most Avoided: 773rd Rudest Citizens: 876th Smartest Citizens: 952nd Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 975th Largest Populations: 1,191st Largest Welfare Programs: 1,197th Largest Pizza Delivery Sector: 1,396th Largest Gambling Industry: 1,544th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,749th Most Secular: 1,918th Highest Average Incomes: 2,047th Most Advanced Public Education: 2,089th Most Scientifically Advanced: 2,199th
World Factbook Entry

Welcome to the Region of Democrats, a safe haven for left-leaning and centrist nations from around the world, founded in December 2005. As we approach our 10th anniversary, Democrats remains true to our roots... a refuge for those nations that seek it, a place of healing, and a fair and open community that encourages vigorous debate between players. Come and join us as we build! We are actively recruiting members to create the latest incarnation of Democrat's government.

Founder: Liberal Pi

Looking for something to do? Join our Linkforum, and get involved today!

Tags: Role Player, Small, Democratic, Pacifist, Liberal, Casual, Social, Offsite Forums, and Featured.

Regional Power: Moderate

Democrats contains 6 nations, the 2,690th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Gambling Industry in Democrats

The World Census tailed known underworld figures in order to determine which nations have the largest gambling industries.

As a region, Democrats is ranked 1,544th in the world for Largest Gambling Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Democratic Republic of Liberal PiCapitalist Paradise“We enjoy the view from the left, don't you?”
2.The Misunderstood Fortifications of Liberal RobeniaCapitalist Paradise“No Cocaine? No gain!”
3.The Theocracy of Keen OceansRight-wing Utopia“Strength Through Freedom”
4.The Colony of Socialist RobeniaDemocratic Socialists“Special Robenian District”
5.The Popeyes Chicken Army of ThePlucky MalnourishedAnarchy“Home of The Plucky and The Brave”
6.The Free Land of MalashaanCivil Rights Lovefest“Working with others is the best form of self help”

Regional Happenings

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Democrats Regional Message Board

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Novaina scotia

YES. Republicans for Hillary!

In lieu of an active region, citizens, working forum, elected government, and mostly in accordance with our constitution, I hereby submit a bill to be debated for at least 24 hours on this forum.

Name
The Name of the Bill Shall be Entitled "Repeal of the Constitutional Charter"

Section 1. Repeal

The Constitutional Charter of the Region of Democrats is hereby repealed.

Section 2. Direction of Government during Limited Activity

The WA delegate shall be freely elected. No elections shall be held; however, no government, including the current WA Delegate, may interfere with someone's right to vote.

Section 3. Powers

The Founder shall give all powers which can be delegated to the WA Delegate. However, the founder may use their discretion if they feel an attack on the region is imminent or ongoing.

Section 4. Simple Majority

To overturn this act, a simple majority is needed. However, any document overturning this document must also include a direction for government.

After debate, this bill will be called to vote. At least a 65% approval is needed.

Recognizing I'm a little late to the debate time.... I would propose a friendly amendment that the Founder retain power of border control only, but transfer the executive power, establishment of embassies, control of the World Factbook, communications, and establishment of regional polls to the WA Delegate. That leaves me with just the one arrow in the quiver to make sure nobody comes after us, and if I should go inactive that power is relinquished to the WA Delegate anyway... That would keep us safest from any potential invasion while maximizing the power of the people's representative.

Hey Pi, that's fine. I intend in keeping this up at least a week. I'm trying to be as by the book on the old constitution as possible, even though it would be impossible to do so.

I didn't like the name, anyway.

In lieu of an active region, citizens, working forum, elected government, and mostly in accordance with our constitution, I hereby submit a bill to be debated for at least 24 hours on this forum.

Name
The Name of the Bill Shall be Entitled "The Articles of Confederation"

Section 1. Repeal

The Constitutional Charter of the Region of Democrats is hereby repealed.

Section 2. Direction of Government during Limited Activity

The WA delegate shall be freely elected. No timed elections shall be held; however, no government, including the current WA Delegate, may interfere with someone's right to vote.

Section 3. Powers

A. The WA Delegate shall obtain the executive power, establishment of embassies, control of the World Factbook, communications, and establishment of regional polls of the Region of Democrats.

B. The Founder shall retain the power of border control.

Section 4. Simple Majority

To overturn this act, a simple majority is needed. However, any document overturning this document must also include a direction for government and delegated powers.

After debate, this bill will be called to vote. At least a 65% approval is needed.

Sounds good to me old friend. Would you like me to do a poll on this site, or will there be one posted in the forum?

Id rather not use the forum. Let's just do it here if that's cool.

If there is no objection, I motion to send this bill to a vote.

Bump

The poll bas been posted, and shall be up for a period of two weeks (or until such time as all members of the region have voted)

We should have a WA delegate!

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