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Embassies: Sunalaya, The Coalition of Democratic Nations, The Western Isles, The Confederacy of Free Nations, The Democratic Commonwealth, Capitalist Paradise, World Conference, The Bar on the corner of every region, The Commonwealth of Crowns, The League of Conservative Nations, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, United League of Nations, The Universal Order of Nations, Democritus, Lardyland, Greater Middle East, and 44 others.Historia Novorum, The Democratic Republic, Soviet Democracy, Zentari, Abydos, The Order of the Grey Wardens, New World Union, Lands End, The Free Nations Region, Machtpolitik, Universal Pact, Tarkin, Empire of Great Britain, New Coalition of Nations, International Northwestern Union, Israel, Official European Union, The Moderate Alliance, Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, The Monarchy alliance, Union of Allied States, Bharat, Hiyamashu, The United Meritocrats, Region Name, NAAR, The Free State Assembly, Philippines, Commonwealth of Mankind, Leolia, New Meritocrats, Nation of Earth, World Industrial Alliance, Land of Prosperity, Citillan alliance, Slavers Bay, United Christian Empires of the West, The Galactic Vanguard Empire, Krasnaya, The south India, RAMS, The Sunlands of America, DO WHATEVER THE HELL YOU WANT, and Sand Islands Financial Pact.

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Commonwealth of Liberty contains 284 nations, the 59th most in the world.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Armed Corporations of Aurora IslandsCapitalist Paradise“If you have money, nothing is impossible!”
2.The Empire of Romefeller foundation republicRight-wing Utopia“Order and control is freedom”
3.The United States of ParamounticaCivil Rights Lovefest“E Pluribus Unum”
4.The Sovereign State of MachundiaIron Fist Consumerists“All and Only for our people!”
5.The Anarcho-Communist Guy of HarafChetFather Knows Best State“The only thing you have to lose is your chains”
6.The Imperial Federal Territories of JaydorIron Fist Consumerists“Power Passion Order”
7.The La Plata of NevbrejnovitzFather Knows Best State“United through Freedom”
8.The Commonwealth of Anvil EnterprisesFree-Market Paradise“For the pursuit of profit.”
9.The Philippine Republic of Crazybloxian EmpireFather Knows Best State“Hail the Philippines & Nusantara, till the end of time.”
10.The Billionaire Paradise Empire of TerracommerciumFather Knows Best State“Screw you, I'm rich!”
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Agrariah wrote:VIZCARRA FRONT RUNNER IN ELECTIONS

Política | ANDINA - Agencia de Noticias del Agrariah

[Nada sin Libertad • June 2017]

    | ANDINA EN VIVO CON JOSE O’SHEA |

Jose O’Shea, a news commentator for ANDINA, one of Agrariah’s largest media outlets, sits calmly and clean- dressed, wearing a sharp red tie, black jacket, and white shirt. The camera aimed at him outlines the commentator from his torso up to his head. The screens viewed by the audience depict O’Shea in a split screen, with the ANDINA logo and informative text broadcasted below. Sharing the screen with O’Shea is Martín Vizcarra, an independent politician running for the office of El Presidente. Vizcarra is framed in a shot identical to that of O’Shea. He is dressed in a green tie with a shiny black coat and white shirt.

|Jose O’Shea:| ...and with numbers like that, that puts you ahead of Saúl Tasis by, well, at least 6 or 7 points. What do you have to say to that?

|Martín Vizcarra:| This news makes me very happy, Jose. Although, I can’t say I’m surprised. This country is tired of populism. This country is tired of being made promises by its government, and having that trust broken.

|Jose O’Shea:| Elections are two months away, and while I’m sure you’re happy with your standings in the polls, I’m sure you and your campaign will be working extra hard in the coming weeks. Tell me, how do you think those aligned with the right- or at least leans towards it- are likely to vote given the Kuczynski Scandals, and what are you doing to earn their support?

Vizcarra would let out a small chuckle and smirk before answering

|Martín Vizcarra:| Well Agrarians are upset Jose, and rightfully so. I think that those on the right should be the most upset. A politician that stood for their ideals and spoke on behalf of them, betrayed them and their country. The alt-right and populism are two ends of a double-edged sword, Jose. These political systems are built with this reactionary, victimizing mindset. My question is, why do Agrarians continue to support these movements, and support my opponent, after Kuczynski? Is it not the definition of insanity to keep repeating the same mistakes??

|O’Shea:| Fair points, Señor. Tell me, what are your plans for unifying the country, if elected?

|Vizcarra:| Well let’s start with the obvious, Jose. Our economy has been in decline since 2014. I believe that Agrariah is the greatest country on Earth. So to my fellow Agrarians who may identify farther to the right, I hear you. But we cannot expect to restore our economy and address our domestic issues by relying on nationalistic and isolationist policies. We need to rebuild the trust of our neighbors, and that of other nations across the globe. And that, Jose, starts locally. As your Presidente, we’re going to create jobs for struggling Agrarians. We’re going to do that by generating government sponsored work programs. We’ll expand our infrastructure by modernizing our roads and bridges. We’re going to invest in high speed rail technologies to ease the congestion on our roads. We’ll expand the networking capabilities of our internet and cellphones, and modernize our industries. We’re going to make our workplaces, the foods we eat, and the medicines we take safer. I’m going to work with our governors to address their local needs. We’re going to reform our healthcare system. We’re going to modernize our armed forces, beginning with our aerial and naval units, in order to better protect and defend Agrarian interests. But Jose, none of this will be possible without rekindling the relationships with our neighbors. It’s time that Peru left the depths of isolation and moved towards the light of globalism. And I intend to that by setting an example for others to follow.

|Jose O’Shea:| That’s a long list of promises, Señor. How can the Agrarian people trust you, given everything that the country has been through lately?

|Martín Vizcarra:| Jose that’s a valid point. It is my goal as Presidente to make myself and my administration as transparent as possible. I plan on doing this by modernizing our government websites, ushering in a new era of design and communication. My doorstep will be open to the media and their questions. I know that many Agrarians are hesitant to place trust in their leaders again, but this is the only way we can move forward as a nation.

A technician signals at Jose O’Shea, pointing at his watch.

|Jose O’Shea:| ...a-alright, thank you Señor. Unfortunately that’s all the questions we have time for this evening. Thank you for your time. And to our audience at home, be sure to tune in tomorrow for continued election coverage. You can find more content including news stories and polls online and on social media. Thank you and goodnight.

The screen fades to black for a second, and an advertisement for Pollo a la Brasa, a popular food chain in Peru, appears.

La Plata eager to rebuild relations with its former partner

Lionel Mandrake himself watches carefully the evolution of the Peruvian politics. With some worry about the terrorists and the risk of insurgency in Paraguay, Mandrake looks for a new stable and reliable partner to strenghten the South American unity and brotherhood.

Peru could be the new member to both the Defense Organisation of South America (DOSA) and the Latin and South American Economic Group (LSEG) and bring more legitimacy to the regional integration.

Only time will tell if Peru decides to vote for an open-minded Presidente, or an isolationist one, like the previous decades...

Agrariah wrote:VIZCARRA FRONT RUNNER IN ELECTIONS

Política | ANDINA - Agencia de Noticias del Agrariah

[Nada sin Libertad • June 2017]

    | ANDINA EN VIVO CON JOSE O’SHEA |

Jose O’Shea, a news commentator for ANDINA, one of Agrariah’s largest media outlets, sits calmly and clean- dressed, wearing a sharp red tie, black jacket, and white shirt. The camera aimed at him outlines the commentator from his torso up to his head. The screens viewed by the audience depict O’Shea in a split screen, with the ANDINA logo and informative text broadcasted below. Sharing the screen with O’Shea is Martín Vizcarra, an independent politician running for the office of El Presidente. Vizcarra is framed in a shot identical to that of O’Shea. He is dressed in a green tie with a shiny black coat and white shirt.

|Jose O’Shea:| ...and with numbers like that, that puts you ahead of Saúl Tasis by, well, at least 6 or 7 points. What do you have to say to that?

|Martín Vizcarra:| This news makes me very happy, Jose. Although, I can’t say I’m surprised. This country is tired of populism. This country is tired of being made promises by its government, and having that trust broken.

|Jose O’Shea:| Elections are two months away, and while I’m sure you’re happy with your standings in the polls, I’m sure you and your campaign will be working extra hard in the coming weeks. Tell me, how do you think those aligned with the right- or at least leans towards it- are likely to vote given the Kuczynski Scandals, and what are you doing to earn their support?

Vizcarra would let out a small chuckle and smirk before answering

|Martín Vizcarra:| Well Agrarians are upset Jose, and rightfully so. I think that those on the right should be the most upset. A politician that stood for their ideals and spoke on behalf of them, betrayed them and their country. The alt-right and populism are two ends of a double-edged sword, Jose. These political systems are built with this reactionary, victimizing mindset. My question is, why do Agrarians continue to support these movements, and support my opponent, after Kuczynski? Is it not the definition of insanity to keep repeating the same mistakes??

|O’Shea:| Fair points, Señor. Tell me, what are your plans for unifying the country, if elected?

|Vizcarra:| Well let’s start with the obvious, Jose. Our economy has been in decline since 2014. I believe that Agrariah is the greatest country on Earth. So to my fellow Agrarians who may identify farther to the right, I hear you. But we cannot expect to restore our economy and address our domestic issues by relying on nationalistic and isolationist policies. We need to rebuild the trust of our neighbors, and that of other nations across the globe. And that, Jose, starts locally. As your Presidente, we’re going to create jobs for struggling Agrarians. We’re going to do that by generating government sponsored work programs. We’ll expand our infrastructure by modernizing our roads and bridges. We’re going to invest in high speed rail technologies to ease the congestion on our roads. We’ll expand the networking capabilities of our internet and cellphones, and modernize our industries. We’re going to make our workplaces, the foods we eat, and the medicines we take safer. I’m going to work with our governors to address their local needs. We’re going to reform our healthcare system. We’re going to modernize our armed forces, beginning with our aerial and naval units, in order to better protect and defend Agrarian interests. But Jose, none of this will be possible without rekindling the relationships with our neighbors. It’s time that Peru left the depths of isolation and moved towards the light of globalism. And I intend to that by setting an example for others to follow.

|Jose O’Shea:| That’s a long list of promises, Señor. How can the Agrarian people trust you, given everything that the country has been through lately?

|Martín Vizcarra:| Jose that’s a valid point. It is my goal as Presidente to make myself and my administration as transparent as possible. I plan on doing this by modernizing our government websites, ushering in a new era of design and communication. My doorstep will be open to the media and their questions. I know that many Agrarians are hesitant to place trust in their leaders again, but this is the only way we can move forward as a nation.

A technician signals at Jose O’Shea, pointing at his watch.

|Jose O’Shea:| ...a-alright, thank you Señor. Unfortunately that’s all the questions we have time for this evening. Thank you for your time. And to our audience at home, be sure to tune in tomorrow for continued election coverage. You can find more content including news stories and polls online and on social media. Thank you and goodnight.

The screen fades to black for a second, and an advertisement for Pollo a la Brasa, a popular food chain in Peru, appears.

Bolsonaro watches the elections and wonders how the new administration will handle their eastern neighbour and wonders if he could get a partnership going with them. He also thinks, 'we need more nations here willing to stand up to the rest of the world and prosper under their own control.'

MECO MECO wrote:| Middle East Cooperation Organisation - 1st Annual Budget - Budget for 2018 - 2020 |

HOUSE OF EQUALITY

(1) The House of Equality presents you the first draft of the first annual budget of the Middle East Cooperation Organisation.

(2) Middle East Cooperation Organisation will improve economic betterment of member states, create employment opportunities and aid in funding companies and business creation.

(3) Middle East Cooperation Organisation will finance agricultural standardisation, upgrade of equipment and techniques, along with creating eco-friendly businesses and farms.

(4) Middle East Cooperation Organisation will modernise and finance health establishments, school establishments, police establishments.

(5) Target Budget was 30 Billion and the target has been reached.

    Regulation 001 Budgets --- 1st Annual Budget ---

    ----------------
    Contributions
    ----------------

    IRAN : 28 500 000 000 ( 92.7% )

    OMAN : 1 569 049 999 ( 5.1% )

    ALGERIA : 251 100 000 ( 0.8% )

    SUDAN : 234 000 000 ( 0.7% )

    SYRIA : 165 000 000 ( 0.5% )

    CYPRUS : 18 112 000 ( 00.5% )

    TOTAL : 30 737 261 999
    TARGET : 30 000 000 000

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    HOUSE OF EQUALITY PROPOSES

    COMMISSION OF DEVELOPMENT --> 16.2 Billion

    - Economic Betterment
    - Employment Growth/Creation
    - Unity Projects
    - Helping Start Up Business Projects
    - Funding Companies with MECO Interests
    - Invest in promising industries in MECO

    COMISSION OF LAND --> 5.4 Billion

    - Agricultural Standardisation
    - Agricultural Growth / Improvement
    - Creation of Eco-Friendly Farms
    - Environment in Middle East Research

    COMISSION OF PEOPLE AND LIFEHOOD --> 6.2 Billion

    - Improvement of Hospitals and Clinics
    - Research Fund for Cancer and Heart Diseases
    - Student Grants
    - Improvement of School Buildings
    - Improvement of Police Forces in MECO

    COMISSION OF GLOBAL MECO --> 2.450 Billion

    - Improvement of Military
    - Creation of a Military Fund

    COMISSION OF ADMINISTRATION --> 167.2 Million

    - Pensions and Wages for MECO Institutions Workers

    SURPLUS --> 320.0 Million

    - Emergency Funds

    DO YOU VOTE

    [ ] YES

    [ ] NO

    The Budget will pass if two thirds vote in favour

    Khalmaria Yes
    Nileia Yes
    Abdulrahman Oman
    Shidarezakura
    Moroavia
    Paseo Yes

Countries that haven't voted yet, please vote.

MECO MECO Have i been accepted in to MECO yet?

Connomia wrote:Somerania
Do you want Holmism to gain popularity in your country?

Just want it to be added on the ideology list of the yugoslav radical party

Juzur al-Qamar wrote:MECO MECO Have i been accepted in to MECO yet?

I believe so

MECO MECO wrote:I believe so

Ok

Juzur al-Qamar wrote:Ok

vote

Khalmaria wrote:vote

But the list of nations below the proposal doesn't have my country's name.

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