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The Principality of Bogdan-Musat Moldavia

“Țară sfântă sub veghea lui Ștefan Vodă!”

Category: New York Times Democracy
Civil Rights:
Below Average
Economy:
Thriving
Political Freedoms:
Excellent

Regional Influence: Sprat

Location: the South Pacific

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Bogdan-Musat Moldavia

Population237 million

CurrencyMoldavian Leu
AnimalAurochs

The Principality of Bogdan-Musat Moldavia is a huge, safe nation, remarkable for its daily referendums, smutty television, and suspicion of poets. The compassionate, democratic population of 237 million Moldavians enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.

The relatively small government prioritizes Education, with Administration, Industry, and Welfare also on the agenda, while International Aid is ignored. The average income tax rate is 22.5%, but much higher for the wealthy.

The thriving Moldavian economy, worth 20.1 trillion Moldavian Leus a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Information Technology industry, with significant contributions from Cheese Exports, Book Publishing, and Beef-Based Agriculture. State-owned companies are reasonably common. Average income is 84,680 Moldavian Leus, and evenly distributed, with the richest citizens earning only 2.6 times as much as the poorest.

Children often explain to their parents that the Mega Ultimate Sword Fist was worth the thousand-Moldavian Leu charge on their phone bill, fine dining is just too fine for most of the populace, referenda can be called for any law at the request of at least one third of the voting population, and wealthy parents-to-be can select their perfect baby. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to a capable police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Bogdan-Musat Moldavia's national animal is the Aurochs, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests.

Bogdan-Musat Moldavia is ranked 68,918th in the world and 2,704th in the South Pacific for Lowest Overall Tax Burden, scoring 71.43 on the Hayek Index.

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Largest Cheese Export Sector: 1,738thMost World Assembly Endorsements: 3,605thTop
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Least Corrupt Governments: 11,348thMost Influential: 12,242ndLargest Insurance Industry: 12,780th
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Largest Cheese Export Sector: 46th in the regionTop
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Least Corrupt Governments: 452nd in the regionLargest Insurance Industry: 472nd in the regionHighest Disposable Incomes: 532nd in the regionLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 561st in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, wealthy parents-to-be can select their perfect baby.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, referenda can be called for any law at the request of at least one third of the voting population.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, fine dining is just too fine for most of the populace.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, children often explain to their parents that the Mega Ultimate Sword Fist was worth the thousand-Moldavian Leu charge on their phone bill.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, customer satisfaction with online delivery services is at an all time high.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, travellers are often forcibly evicted by torch-bearing mobs.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, the government has adopted a "Lightning Never Strikes Twice" approach to dealing with natural disasters.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, graffiti artists spend lengthy periods of time in jail.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, tax revenue is often intercepted by international accountants before ever seeing the national treasury.
  • : Following new legislation in Bogdan-Musat Moldavia, discarded pennies litter the streets.

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