WA Delegate (non-executive): The Egalitarian Democracy of Karteria (elected )
Founder: The United Insular States of Achipel
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Construction of embassies with Refugia has commenced. Completion expected .
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Regional Power: Moderate
Today's World Census Report
The Most Rebellious Youth in New West Indies
World Census observers counted the number of times their car stereo was stolen from outside fast food stores to determine which nations have relatively high levels of youth-related crime.
As a region, New West Indies is ranked 18,518th in the world for Most Rebellious Youth.
|1.||The Constitutional Republic of Unia Saul||Anarchy||“Freedom for everyone whether they want it or not”|
|2.||The United Insular States of Achipel||New York Times Democracy||“Post Nubila Phoebus”|
|3.||The Corny Joke of Cornfield Mania||Father Knows Best State||“Life is a joke, why not laugh?”|
|4.||The Micro-Protectorate of Carolinian Outer Banks||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“We are the Islanders”|
|5.||The Most Serene Republic of Cymiopolis||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Libertatem Non Venale”|
|6.||The Queendom of Reat Cava||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“We Will Endure”|
|7.||The Colony of Mordusville||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Pursuit of happiness”|
|8.||The Egalitarian Democracy of Karteria||Left-wing Utopia||“Amor Vincit Omnia”|
|9.||The Allied States of New West Indies||Left-wing Utopia||“In Varietate Concordia”|
|10.||The Berlandies Empire of Selistai||Moralistic Democracy||“Go Big or Go Home”|
Regional Poll • New West Indies General Election: June 2019
Voting opened 2 days 23 hours ago and will close . Open to residents. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.
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- : The Most Serene Republic of Cymiopolis agreed to construct embassies with Refugia.
- : The Most Serene Republic of Sylh Alanor of the region Refugia proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Commonwealth of Carraig Ghlas arrived from The West Pacific.
- : The Kingdom of Syrilonia arrived from Janus.
- : Embassy cancelled between The Union of the Pruidian Peoples and New West Indies.
- : The People's Republic of Detroiteastan arrived from Sunalaya.
- : The United Insular States of Achipel updated the World Factbook entry.
- : The Federal Republic of United Terran Federal Republic arrived from The South Pacific.
- : The United Insular States of Achipel created a new regional poll: "New West Indies General Election: June 2019".
- : The Egalitarian Democracy of Karteria removed a dispatch.
New West Indies Regional Message Board
Sure, why not? Strict government regulations and other security on your products will be imposed to prevent them from falling in the wrong hands. Thank you!
(OOC: I'm sure food, beverages and electronics (computers, phones, etc.) will not pose some sort of weapon, though I wouldn't know if advertisements on Japanese prosperity wouldn't be restricted, will it?)
Well you said it yourself in the meeting between the President and your diplomat that Japan isn't a democracy, did you not? I wouldn't want to encourage my people to migrate to a nation where their voices wont be heard. I'm sure you understand.
Well, I guess that means you will be stripping off the brand names of every product as that may be used as advertising quality Japanese products and will be denying some rights to foreign corporations. Though I do understand this decision but we don't accept foreigners from nations that do not have an embassy, though we do accept refugees that seek asylum within Japan.
Alrighty then, guess I will withdraw Mitsubishi's presence in Deugaw
''I see this as a more modern and economically way of brainwashing.'' the President said putting the file on the table. His Secretary of Industry looked at him. ''Mr President, your Doctrine states that no nation, under any circumstances, will interfere in our domestic affairs, and any action like that will result in military response.'' he said sternly. The President stared at him sarcastically ''Hugh, if what your suggesting is that we respond to this wouldn't bade well for any of us. The Doctrine is a guideline, not a rule.'' The President closed the file and passed it back. ''They're obviously upset over the Chemical Weapon Act, which,'' the President pointed a finger at him, ''the general threatened me to sign at gunpoint. Until we can get a proper civil service or anti corruption committee to help us on this, I'm not exactly in charge here.'' the President tiredly and glumly expressed. The Secretary looked at him sadly. Looking at his watch, he glanced at the pitch night sky outside the planes window. He excused himself and nodded the President a goodnight. The President grabbed his papers off the table and walked towards the door. Opening the door into his bedroom, he saw his mattress beckon him towards itself. Not bothering to undress, he collapsed onto the bed and began to doze off.
The President woke up to sounds of shuffling outside his door. Groaning, he told the stranger off. ''Mr President, your 4 am briefing.'' the stranger replied. The President sighed and got up, opening the door. He was escorted to the conference room, where unshaven and tired looking advisers and military officials. Grabbing a cup of coffee, he sat down in his leather chair. ''Mr President, your Chemical Weapon Act is receiving a lot of backlash in the international stage. I have some protocols here to respond to this.'' a fresh faced adviser said, passing a file towards him. The President passed he file back. The room looked at him. The President opened his brief case and pulled out the Act. The original he managed to swipe from the Archives. The room gasped. ''And what do you plan on doing with that?'' a very stern faced general said from the end of the table. The President took a deep breath and crumpled the paper before throwing it into the trash. The people smiled. The general seethed in anger. The President looked at him and asked, ''Any objections?''. General Reynolds stood and stomped out of the room.