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South America RMB

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

Founder: The Region of South-America

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Most Nations: 309th Largest Black Market: 1,101st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,374th
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Welcome to South America!

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Embassies: The Embassy.

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Regional Power: Moderate

South America contains 49 nations, the 309th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Scientifically Advanced in South America

World Census researchers quantified national scientific advancement by quizzing random citizens about quantum chromodynamics, space-time curvature and stem cell rejuvenation therapies. Responses based on Star Trek were discarded.

As a region, South America is ranked 8,707th in the world for Most Scientifically Advanced.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Stratocracy of Argentine Armed ForcesMoralistic Democracy“Exurge Domine Et Judica Causam Tuam”
2.The Entheogen Brew of AyahuascaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The Devine Vine”
3.The Republic of QueraliaCivil Rights Lovefest“Independence and prosperity”
4.The Republic of HargentinaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Come and work hard or don't come”
5.The Plurinational Republic of The Red RevolutionLeft-wing Utopia“Si el presente es de lucha, el futuro es nuestro”
6.The Federal Democratic Republic of AmwestheimNew York Times Democracy“Amer de Loesse, Amer de Vu, op Amer de Valor”
7.The Union of NeraguaAnarchy“Liberty and Unity”
8.The 'Republica' of SI IIDemocratic Socialists“Pan o palo”
9.The Grand Duchy of ArturaIron Fist Consumerists“Iustitia Et Libertas”
10.The Federation of BrasiwNew York Times Democracy“Pés no presente, mentes no futuro.”

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South America Regional Message Board

Hey Ner, just wondering; that unclaimed "empty quarter" in northern Chile that you, Sov, Arg, and Cal border--think I could relocate there?
With all the talk of map placement, I've started taking an interest in carving out a place on the map again. Tec's been gone for a couple months and I have a thing for the Atacama's alien landscape. Never cared for my old spot in Venezuela, to be honest, which inhibited my interest in regional roleplay and factbooking.

I don’t see why not. Tayrona has originally planned to move there if Tecan moved but decided to stay where Colombia is in the end.

Neragua wrote:Rio Cana is from Puerto Rico which, as many of you know (and as Rio himself has previously stated), is still having trouble connecting all its citizens back to the power grid. Previous to now, he had to resort to an emergency generator to access NS. Therefore, I think it’s likely he’ll eventually be back so his space isn’t up for grabs.

Also, the map rule was you were removed after an intermittent update to give each CTE’d player a chance to return. E.g. let’s say you CTE on 1st January and there was an update on 15th of each month, you’d be there for the 15th January update then removed if there was still no activity by the 15th February update. Like I say, that was the rule.

It was the rule and then we NPC'ed ER so players of substantial history and unfortunate circumstance should have a regional vote to decide the fate. The two options being NPC until revival, or removal from map

We cannot remove Rio from the map. He has a special place in the region and the affairs of it so I say he must be on the map like ER if he does not return. Maybe we can reduce his size if it becomes a problem later (after all ER is small) but I say he stays until he returns and if he does not return, he is made NPC.

I always see Rio Cana and Aurea as twins (Rio is the evil twin =P) but where one dies the other will also.

Amwestheim wrote:It was the rule and then we NPC'ed ER so players of substantial history and unfortunate circumstance should have a regional vote to decide the fate. The two options being NPC until revival, or removal from map

Rio has been as big a part of SA as ER was, so only right he should get the same treatment. If he's not here before the next map update, I'll put to a vote about what the region prefers.

Aurea wrote:Maybe we can reduce his size if it becomes a problem later

Worth keeping that idea in mind.

All that said, I do think Rio Cana will come back once things settle down in PR.

Tayronans are at the polls today to elect a new president and national congress.

The race is expected to be close between Luis Herrera Montéz of the right-wing, conservative National Front (FRN) and Miguel Serrano Núñez of the centrist, liberal New State (EN). It is considered the first realistic chance to unseat the FRN since it led the overthrow of the communist dictatorship in Tayrona in 1989.

Polls close at 18.00 local time (UTC-5).

News network Noticias24 is projecting victory for National Front candidate Luis Herrera Montéz. Although only 60% of votes are counted, the network is saying that the right-wing, conservative nominee is "gaining an insurmountable lead".

TVT and TVPA are both saying the election is too close to call at this time.

Update 1: Mayor of San Jorge, Lorenzo Padilla Chacón (FRN), said to be "in trouble" in mayoral election. FRN have held the office since 1990.

Update 2: With just over 75% of votes counted, TVPA is projecting Herrera to. The network is saying Herrera will take victory with 50% of the vote to Serrano’s 46%.

Update 3: Luis Herrera Montéz has won the 2018 presidential election. With 80% of ballots counted, Herrera’s lead is over Miguel Serrano Núñez is now insurmountable. Herrera’s victory isn’t perfect, however, as for the first time since the restoration of democracy in 1989, the right-wing, conservative National Front is set to lose its majorities in both chambers of the National Congress.

Prime Minister Charlotte Alban spoke by phone to President-elect Herrera earlier this afternoon. She congratulated him on his victory and added she looks forward to building on the close ties between the two nations.

Finer details of the call have not been released but Neraguan media suspects a NAFTA style deal would have been discussed, as both leaders have publicly stated their support for such.

President Eduard Samper i Milla has extended his best wishes to Luis Herrera Montez. The President of New Catalonia drew criticism when he appeared to make statements supportive of Herrera's rival. Samper steps down as president this year, having decided not to contest the April and May election.

"I extend my congratulations to the President-elect of Tayrona and add that we are looking forward to working with the incoming administration in developing the security and economy of our region."
- Chancellor Engel

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