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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of United States of Kuwait (elected )

Founder: The Community of Founder of the Liberty Alliance

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 32nd Most Nations: 594th Most Valuable International Artwork: 941st+11
Largest Retail Industry: 1,793rd Most Developed: 1,886th Most Devout: 1,923rd Most Cultured: 2,079th Healthiest Citizens: 2,157th Highest Food Quality: 2,181st Largest Information Technology Sector: 2,193rd Most Scientifically Advanced: 2,203rd Highest Poor Incomes: 2,235th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 2,276th Smartest Citizens: 2,286th
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Liberty Democratic Alliance contains 29 nations, the 594th most in the world.

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The Highest Unexpected Death Rate in Liberty Democratic Alliance

The World Census paid their respects at cemeteries in order to determine how likely citizens were to die each year from unnatural causes, such as crime, preventable illness, accident, and government encouragement.

As a region, Liberty Democratic Alliance is ranked 3,825th in the world for Highest Unexpected Death Rate.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Land of Nova TyrnaviaAnarchy“A free mind and a free market are corollaries.”
2.The Grassy Pasture of SheepianiaCorporate Police State“Aut Vincre Aut Mori”
3.The Dictatorship of Russia prussia rasputinIron Fist Consumerists“KILL EVERYONE”
4.The Protectorate of RCN Ambassador to LDACapitalist Paradise“Surge Ex Cindere”
5.The Queendom of GeritionInoffensive Centrist Democracy“There is no fate. Just what we make for ourselves.”
6.The Community of Founder of the Liberty AllianceInoffensive Centrist Democracy“--”
7.The Community of Holy Triune LuminescenceCivil Rights Lovefest“Father, Son, Holy Spirit; Mother, Daughter, Holy Soul”
8.The Free Land of XaalderiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The people are our strenght”
9.The Allied States of The federal EuropeCivil Rights Lovefest“United in diversity”
10.The Serene Republic of PundersenMoralistic Democracy“Bonus et Fidelis esse Manere”
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Regional Poll • Members of the LDA, What Hogwarts house do you think you'd be sorted in to?

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Recent polls: “Question of the Week: Members of the LDA, What is your opinion on the Death Penalty?”“Question of the Week: Members of the LDA and others, Whats your opinion of Social Media?”

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Just implemented proportional representation in my country. Removed the electoral college.

https://www.fatherly.com/health-science/republicans-have-more-children/

Chanced upon this article, while reading up for my module in US studies. Wonder whether this will impact future elections.

Rubescovia wrote:https://www.fatherly.com/health-science/republicans-have-more-children/

Chanced upon this article, while reading up for my module in US studies. Wonder whether this will impact future elections.

There's a similar statistic in relation to Protestant vs. Catholic population in Northern Ireland and such influence in a future vote on unification.

Republic of Mesque wrote:There's a similar statistic in relation to Protestant vs. Catholic population in Northern Ireland and such influence in a future vote on unification.

Which side is growing in Ireland?

Supierland wrote:I'm dismissing every issue where I need to take a side, and only answering those where the government furthers it's control over people's lives.

Top 1% for social conservatism, ideological radicalism and authoritarianism lol.

Excellent! (man, I'm on a roll for saying cursed things) As for Ekhosamber, I am trying very hard not to increase civil rights, but I am failing. I plan on improving authoritarianism and a few others. I have also "made" a new language for Ekhosamber called Common Ekhosamberite. I shall use your strategy with regards to making Ekhosamber a lucid-dream hellhole wonderland.

Supierland wrote:Which side is growing in Ireland?

The younger generation consists of a growing majority of Catholic.
But that is according to the last census, which frankly appears to be quite old. There’s probably more data incoming that could present an evolution of this trend.

just legalised ogling women. NICE lol

We were discussing the death penalty recently. Precisely, France is commemorating the 40th anniversary of the abolition of the death penalty in France, today. French people were guillotined until 1977. The official abolition took place in 1981.

"I have the honor, on behalf of the Government of the Republic, to ask the National Assembly to abolish the death penalty in France."
"Tomorrow, thanks to you, French justice will no longer be a justice that kills."

- Robert Badinter, Keeper of the Seals, at the National Assembly on September 17, 1981

I am personally strongly opposed to the death penalty. One does not fight barbarism by being even more barbaric. I understand people who say that certain crimes (terrorism for example) deserve the death penalty. But as Robert Badinter said recently on the occasion of this anniversary, it would only turn terrorists into martyrs.

France Europe wrote:We were discussing the death penalty recently. Precisely, France is commemorating the 40th anniversary of the abolition of the death penalty in France, today. French people were guillotined until 1977. The official abolition took place in 1981.

"I have the honor, on behalf of the Government of the Republic, to ask the National Assembly to abolish the death penalty in France."
"Tomorrow, thanks to you, French justice will no longer be a justice that kills."

- Robert Badinter, Keeper of the Seals, at the National Assembly on September 17, 1981

I am personally strongly opposed to the death penalty. One does not fight barbarism by being even more barbaric. I understand people who say that certain crimes (terrorism for example) deserve the death penalty. But as Robert Badinter said recently on the occasion of this anniversary, it would only turn terrorists into martyrs.

True death penalty isn't the answer. Sad to say my country still incarcerates people for homosexuality, I can't imagine if you were killed for being gay. As a Buddhist my country disappoints me

Rubescovia wrote:True death penalty isn't the answer. Sad to say my country still incarcerates people for homosexuality, I can't imagine if you were killed for being gay. As a Buddhist my country disappoints me

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