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South America RMB

WA Delegate: The Federal Democratic Republic of Amwestheim (elected )

Founder: The Region of South-America

Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most Nations: 318th Largest Black Market: 940th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,406th
World Factbook Entry

Welcome to South America!

Tags: Featured, Medium, and Offsite Forums.

Regional Power: Moderate

South America contains 45 nations, the 318th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Basket Weaving Sector in South America

World Census agents infiltrated a variety of out-of-the-way towns and festivals in order to determine which nations have the most developed Basket Weaving industries.

As a region, South America is ranked 7,307th in the world for Largest Basket Weaving Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Holy Empire of Oswen UchaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Formed from many, now as one”
2.The People's Republic of The San Arellano IslesCivil Rights Lovefest“Piedra sin agua no aguza en la fragua.”
3.The Community of CidreiraInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Non ducor, duco”
4.The Republic of NekoargentinaCivil Rights Lovefest“Ad astra per aspera”
5.The Union of NeraguaAnarchy“Liberty and Unity”
6.The Commonwealth of ArmsburgFather Knows Best State“Our glorious future...”
7.The Republic of AmarzoniaCorporate Police State“Preserve through strength ”
8.The Democratic Island Republic of Nuevo LucamaniaFather Knows Best State“El trabajo les hará libres”
9.The Free Land of Darkest PeruInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Please Look After These Bears”
10.The Protectorate of Woodstock 1001Inoffensive Centrist Democracy“I am da ebulist raider”
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South America Regional Message Board

The Stratocracy of Argentine Armed Forces wrote:Okay, that seems fair. So Valverde has ceased to exist. Can I claim his spot? Is there a procedure for this?
Sorry if I come up as a little annoying, but I can't engage in roleplay if my nation doesn't have a physical space.


All the role playing I do I do with my original now-someone-else's land. I mean, I only rp in the regional message board, but still.

Maybe it's time we look into who is on the regional map, their activity levels either on the RMB and/or the forum and decide who stays and goes from that.

Argentine Armed Forces

The Union of Neragua wrote:Tecan + Entre Rios* with improved access to markets but less economic and no customs integration

Tecán wants full membership of SCEZ.

Confidential message for SI. leadership only -

SI. we are ok with the SI. takeover of Tecan. After all, this SCEZ seems to be a secret alliance against the non-SCEZ nations of SA disguised has an economic pact. Remember that rail-line which connects Rio to SI. with your Tecan annexation it would be a sea to shining sea rail-line. We would be unstoppable both economically and militarily.
An added bonus of this Tecan annexation is that we will approve the marriage of Baroness Catalina of Sierra Rico to you. It would create a political unity between our two nations. At this point you must be very Happy!

Some intel on Tecan rail-lines which lead from the Pacific to parts of SI.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MDmBIkGq1A

End of Message

Nice flag, Neragua!

Neragua

The Republic of Tecan wrote:Tecán wants full membership of SCEZ.


What's the SCEZ?

The Republic of Calimera II wrote:Nice flag, Neragua!

Dankje.

The Republic of Tecan wrote:Tecán wants full membership of SCEZ.

I'm sure that can be arranged. Would really open up your mining sector to international investment. Prosperity awaits!

The Empire of Rio Cana wrote:SI. takeover of Tecan.

Yeah good luck with that. South America's most advanced military won't be too keen on a future partner being invaded.

The Stratocracy of Argentine Armed Forces wrote:What's the SCEZ?

Southern Cone Economic Zone. It's an informal name and is a successor to a closer economic agreement between Calimera and Neragua. SCEZ is basically the same treaty but for other nation in the more economically developed Southern Cone. I made a post about it further up the RMB.

Argentine Armed Forces

The Union of Neragua wrote:Southern Cone Economic Zone. It's an informal name and is a successor to a closer economic agreement between Calimera and Neragua. SCEZ is basically the same treaty but for other nation in the more economically developed Southern Cone. I made a post about it further up the RMB.


Interesting. What standards does a nation need in order to apply for the SCEZ?

The Stratocracy of Argentine Armed Forces wrote:Interesting. What standards does a nation need in order to apply for the SCEZ?

Generally economically developed and financially and politically stable would be the main requirements. I imagine there'd be a lot of detailed requirements like government budgets, deficits being no more than n% of GDP, etc.

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In other news:

On this day in 1946, John Peron becomes the first Hispanic Neraguan prime minister after leading the his Labour Party to a landslide. The NLP won 101 of 158 seats; at 64% of all seats in the House of Assembly, it was the largest proportion of seats ever won by a single party. Peron served as PM for 9 years and as Labour leader for a total of 19 years until his death in 1974 (during his second stint as PM).

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