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Nesapo RMB

WA Delegate: The Democratic Union of Ochea (elected )

Founder: The People's Grand Republic of Bodobol

Last WA Update:

Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most World Assembly Endorsements: 610th Most Nations: 1,044th Most Secular: 1,079th+29
Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,173rd Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,347th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,367th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,377th Largest Black Market: 1,379th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,407th Most Inclusive: 1,451st Most Advanced Public Education: 1,465th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,537th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,589th Largest Governments: 1,693rd Smartest Citizens: 1,754th Most Influential: 1,760th Highest Economic Output: 1,762nd Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,801st Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,816th Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,877th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,962nd Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,967th Most Cultured: 2,005th Most Subsidized Industry: 2,030th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 2,110th Highest Average Incomes: 2,129th Healthiest Citizens: 2,172nd Highest Wealthy Incomes: 2,223rd Largest Publishing Industry: 2,347th Most Corrupt Governments: 2,393rd Nudest: 2,400th Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 2,424th
World Factbook Entry

Welcome to the Free Republic of Nesapo! Grab a drink and settle in!

Please endorse your World Assembly Delegate, Ochea.

The Nation of the Month will soon be determined! You can find out more about this nation soon!

覧|★|覧LinkRegional Map 覧|★|覧 Constitution of Nesapo 覧|★|覧Polls覧|★|覧

Regional News:

  • Z-Day8 has ended! Nesapo was overrun by the infected and fell to the zombie hordes.

  • Telegram all map claims to Ochea.

  • Nesapo Regional Anthem: LinkTo Thee, Nesapo!

Song Of The Day (January 10, 2020):

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  1. 1

    Z-Day VIII

    FactbookHistory by The Nesapoli Archive . 21 reads.

  2. 1,781

    NationStates Guide

    MetaReference by Amerion . 76,370 reads.

  3. 2

    Constitution for the Free Republic of Nesapo

    FactbookInternational by Bodobol . 133 reads.

  4. 3

    Nesapoli Recruitment Guide

    BulletinNews by Bodobol . 85 reads.

  5. 1

    Recruitment Telegram Template

    FactbookInternational by The Nesapoli Archive . 105 reads.

  6. 1

    Nation of the Month

    FactbookHistory by The Nesapoli Archive . 10 reads.

  7. 1

    Z-Day VII

    FactbookHistory by The Nesapoli Archive . 14 reads.

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Embassies: The Order of the Grey Wardens, Wintreath, Gatehouse by the P2TM, The Bar on the corner of every region, Korovia, The Embassy, Regionless, Grand Central, Bus Stop, Gypsy Lands, Hollow Point, Voltarium, and Codex Ylvus.

Tags: Casual, Democratic, Game Player, Independent, LGBT, Map, Medium, Modern Tech, Regional Government, Role Player, Social, and World Assembly.

Nesapo contains 14 nations, the 1,044th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Popular Tourist Destinations in Nesapo

World Census experts tracked millions of international tourists in order to determine the world's favourite nations to sight-see.

As a region, Nesapo is ranked 2,110th in the world for Most Popular Tourist Destinations.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Enlightened Absolutism of Gran MorediInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Equal opportunity, from morsel to mighty.”
2.The People's Grand Republic of BodobolCivil Rights Lovefest“Onwards, to new horizons.”
3.The Democratic Union of OcheaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Life, Liberty, Property, Representation, and Equality”
4.The Democratic Archipelago of TokauCivil Rights Lovefest“Know your place in life is where you want to be”
5.The Hasta la Vista of Eurovision Song ContestNew York Times Democracy“Release me. Don't talk. Go away.”
6.The Communist Democracy of CorumonLiberal Democratic Socialists“The common good is the upmost priority.”
7.The Goddess Violet's Theocracy of VioletismPsychotic Dictatorship“All praiſe be to e Great Goddeſs Violet!”
8.The Vacation Destination of KawawiiCivil Rights Lovefest“Blue skies and endless seas...”
9.The Technocracy of NoneInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The flaw of government is that it is run by humans.”
10.The TRVE KVLT of Impaled NazareneFather Knows Best State“Absence of War Does Not Mean Peace”

Regional Happenings


Nesapo Regional Message Board

How's everyone holding up with this coronavirus news?

I'm currently home on an Indefinitely Long Spring Break from my school, 1000 miles away, and we're moving all of our classes online (probably for the rest of the semester).

On the bright side, though, I'm visiting a friend later this month, because I found some plane tickets for $115 (!!!!!!)

Well if my district elects to cancel school for a few weeks (likely moving to online learning for that time) it would be inconvenient, but you wouldn't hear me complaining about not having to wake up at 6 AM each day. I take the ACT in school on the 24th so I'd like to get that over with as quickly as possible instead of postponing it. As for the virus, I'm just hoping that any of my elderly/more at-risk relatives are able to stay out of its way. I'm trying not to get too panicked or worried about it.

Bodobol wrote:How's everyone holding up with this coronavirus news?

I'm currently home on an Indefinitely Long Spring Break from my school, 1000 miles away, and we're moving all of our classes online (probably for the rest of the semester).

2 students in my uni have it 🤷🏻‍♂️
As for moving classes online, my professors decide to not even bother with zoom, just give us the lecture slides, and let us read it over ourselves and hasta la vista lmao

Oh, and Eurovision (aka the annual European song contest that I'm obsessed with) is canceled for the first time in 64 years I'm devastated

Oh, and supermarket trips are fun (luckily my family are naturally hoarders so we have enough toilet papers for months before the scare began)

It's only when buying perishables such as milk becomes a bit of a struggle.

I am currently procrastinating with my "optional" online learning. I'm guessing that school will be canceled after March 30, so I need to get used to the online learning technology. It's a little daunting knowing that this whole pandemic is seemingly just getting started.

Remember to vote Caelapes

Done and done.

Happy 7 years of Nesapo.

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