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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Federal Republic of Tanzanique (elected )

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Greater Africa

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Africa contains 154 nations, the 137th most in the world.

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The Most Subsidized Industry in Africa

Nations ranked highly spend the most on developing and supporting industry, a practice known as 'corporate welfare.'

As a region, Africa is ranked 6,468th in the world for Most Subsidized Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Unrecognized State of BiafraMoralistic Democracy“Peace, Unity, Freedom”
2.The Empire of MakarofDemocratic Socialists“If you have ever seen magic, its in africa”
3.The Socialist Republic of ZambiqueLeft-wing Utopia“A Luta Continua! Unidos Venceremos!”
4.The Holy Leadership of Realm of AbbadonDemocratic Socialists“The Mist chooses us, it is not ours to command.”
5.The African Republic of MombombuIron Fist Consumerists“Joyau d'Afrique”
6.The Constitutional Monarchy of West AngolaLeft-wing Utopia“Strength through peace.”
7.The Democratic People's Republic of KwaunisashwiDemocratic Socialists“Socialism For One, Socialism For All”
8.The People's Republic of ZendoniaDemocratic Socialists“The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains”
9.The Solar Empire of Sar-AksumScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Justice, Honor, Tolerance, Equity”
10.The Republic of Independent ZimbabweLeft-Leaning College State“Unity, Work, Freedom”
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Africa Regional Message Board

BIIAFRA wrote:OK ! I'm tired of waiting for something interesting here.

I'm going to bed.

Oh we have different time zones

Title: Teach Your Farmers Well; You’ve Got A Friend In Bee; A Peeping Problem
Nation(s): United States of Mesothallania
Date: Saturday, August 13, 2022 (irl Gregorian Calendar)

The Issue:
After witnessing the horrors of both falling crop yields and furious farmers, the Secretary of Agriculture has proposed state-funded agricultural education.

The Debate:
Tom Vilsack, Secretary of Agriculture, asked for funding for some colleges to “show those city boys how to weed, water, and sow”; Hack Smithers, consultant, proposed getting a degree be mandatory to enter agriculture; Federico Bond, farmer, shoved off the notion of an educational requirement; Severus Han, socialist, campaigned for the nationalization of farms.

The Verdict:
The United States government has decided to not make education a requirement to enter the agricultural industry, but will still require farmworkers to be up-to-date with their paperwork and licenses. The government will also provide some funding to colleges primarily involved in promoting degrees related to the agricultural sector.

The Talking Point:
Bleach is the nation’s most common pesticide.

Trends Expected To Rise (in no particular order):
Economic Freedom, Economy, Charmlessness, Wealth Gaps, Crime, Employment, Economic Output, Average Income, Average Disposable Income, Obesity, Taxation, Human Development Index
Trends Expected To Fall (in no particular order):
Safety, Pacifism, Tourism, Government Size, Food Quality, Industry: Fishing, Income Equality, Weather, Ideological Radicality, Environmental Beauty, Authoritarianism, Intelligence, Scientific Advancement, Public Education

The Issue:
Honeybee populations have been decreasing at an alarming rate, according to a recent study published in Not That Popular Science magazine.

The Debate:
Daisy Scheer, environmental scientist, chanted to clamp down on industries that manufacture insecticides and enforce better environmental protection; Iroh Atwood, local beekeeper, campaigned establishing large-scale bee farms across Mesothallania, and raise more bees so their populations can grow; Miley Gillard, CEO of Bees and Genes, proposed using genetics to modify the bees so they can be made resistant to disease and live longer; “Doctor Bees”, local eccentric, wanted to just release all of the bees.

The Verdict:
The government will review industrial regulations of insecticides, propose legislation to conserve the environment, build bee farms where needed most, and invest in altering bees’ genes.

The Talking Point:
EpiPen sales have skyrocketed.

Trends Expected To Rise (in no particular order):
Sector: Agriculture, Eco-Friendliness, Business Subsidization, Economy, Industry: Fishing, Average Disposable Income, Average Income, Economic Output, Food Quality, Environmental Beauty, Weather, Human Development Index, Government Size, Tourism, Lifespan
Trends Expected To Fall (in no particular order):
Employment, Obesity, Death Rate, Taxation, Charmlessness

The Issue:
Several government aides were fired yesterday after the IT Department found pornography on their work computers. The former employees have fought back saying their privacy was violated and they should be restored to their positions.

The Debate:
Björk Thompson, recently fired, begged for his job back and asked for invasion of privacy to be outlawed; an unnamed IT technician said the aides signed away their rights when they are using employers’ computers; Gruffydd Cheswick, workplace coach, drew up plans to help make workplaces less stressing.

The Verdict:
An investigation has yielded that the government aids were in fact in breach of contract and rules of conduct that they signed, hence their firing.

The Talking Point:
Mesothallanians are regularly fired for looking at MyFace during their lunchbreaks.

Trends Expected To Rise (in no particular order):
Wealth Gaps, Economic Freedom, Food Quality, Average Disposable Income, Economy, Economic Output, Average Income, Industry: Fishing, Social Conservatism, Charmlessness, Human Development Index, Crime, Employment, Authoritarianism, Ideological Radicality, Pacifism, Lifespan
Trends Expected To Fall (in no particular order):
Death Rate, Tourism, Taxation, Intelligence, Civil Rights, Income Equality

I'm too nervous to rp aaaa

The Tripoli Marathon is coming soon!

Just dropping by to say hi, see you later

BIIAFRA wrote:Just dropping by to say hi, see you later

Ministry Of Foreign Affairs
Gavierland recognizes Biafra as a legitimate state and shall provide material support in the form of weapons , money and reconnaissance to liberate its lands and people

Gavierland wrote:Ministry Of Foreign Affairs
Gavierland recognizes Biafra as a legitimate state and shall provide material support in the form of weapons , money and reconnaissance to liberate its lands and people

The Liberation Army ofBiafra is eternally grateful for your support of our cause. All we want is to have our home.

BIIAFRA wrote:The Liberation Army ofBiafra is eternally grateful for your support of our cause. All we want is to have our home.

And the government of Gavierland and the People's Revolutionary Army shall stand by

Gavierland wrote:And the government of Gavierland and the People's Revolutionary Army shall stand by

We need to make sure that Nigerian land is not distributed to just one owner anyway, that would be a mistake

the liberation army of BIIAFRA, informs that it has received a communication from the authorities of africa in which we can hope that our beloved country will be declared .

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