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Geopolity contains 48 nations, the 254th most in the world.

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The Most World Assembly Endorsements in Geopolity

World Census staff pored through World Assembly records to determine which nations were the most endorsed by others in their region.

As a region, Geopolity is ranked 73rd in the world for Most World Assembly Endorsements.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The United States of Imperial EagleInoffensive Centrist Democracy“For Union and Liberty”
2.The Imperial Federation of InfinyDemocratic Socialists“Istyna y Yustitiya”
3.The Hegemonic Directorate of Southwest ChinaLeft-wing Utopia“Perseverance”
4.The United Kingdom of Orange-BourgogneDemocratic Socialists“Lupus non timet canem latrantem”
5.The Empire of LabyrnnaLeft-wing Utopia“One Emperor, One Nation, One Labyrnna!”
6.The Military States of RussoslavaCivil Rights Lovefest“Peace, Unity and Stregth”
7.The Socialist Republic of FurstiaAuthoritarian Democracy“Unidad y Socialismo”
8.The Manchurian Empire of The Rexist RijkInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Pride comes first. Death comes last.”
9.The Eternal Empire of The Ottoman StateScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Devlet-i Ebed-müddet”
10.The Kingdom of The Levantine PeopleDemocratic Socialists“For God and Country”
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Western Afrika wrote:Defiance of a Demon

Soon after the first rounds had been fired by the men still loyal to the young King, a number of different voices across all radios were transmitting the same message.

"Fuego, Fuego", "Abran fuego", "Fuego a discreción".
(Fire, Fire), (Open fire), (Fire at will).

The enemy was surrounded, outnumbered, and found itself under overlapping fields of fire. But it was Ffumbe's choice to have his men die in that way. Some of his guards fell to the ground, struck by hails of 7.62mm bullets, while the Furstians had only to regret a few wounded men.

"Alto al fuego"
(Hold your fire)
An order finally echoed throughout the radios and immediately, all rifles and machine guns stopped shooting.

"Escuadrón 'Chikra'. Chikra-1, 2 y 3, fuego de ametralladora sobre el objetivo." soon ordered the colonel who was in charge of the operation.
('Chikra' squad. Chikra-1, 2 and 3, machine gun fire over the target.)

"Esquadrón 'Chikra', recibido. Chikra-1, 2 y 3, abriendo fuego contra el objectivo."
('Chikra' squad, copy that. Chikra-1, 2 and 3, firing at the target.)

3 Mi-24s fired their 12.7mm guns at the building. After 20 seconds, they stopped.

Those who hadn't fell yet were probably hiding wherever they could, in fear. Once again, a warning was launched through loudspeakers.

"To anyone that remains in the building, surrender immediately. This is your last chance."

Furstia wrote:Soon after the first rounds had been fired by the men still loyal to the young King, a number of different voices across all radios were transmitting the same message.

"Fuego, Fuego", "Abran fuego", "Fuego a discreción".
(Fire, Fire), (Open fire), (Fire at will).

The enemy was surrounded, outnumbered, and found itself under overlapping fields of fire. But it was Ffumbe's choice to have his men die in that way. Some of his guards fell to the ground, struck by hails of 7.62mm bullets, while the Furstians had only to regret a few wounded men.

"Alto al fuego"
(Hold your fire)
An order finally echoed throughout the radios and immediately, all rifles and machine guns stopped shooting.

"Escuadrón 'Chikra'. Chikra-1, 2 y 3, fuego de ametralladora sobre el objetivo." soon ordered the colonel who was in charge of the operation.
('Chikra' squad. Chikra-1, 2 and 3, machine gun fire over the target.)

"Esquadrón 'Chikra', recibido. Chikra-1, 2 y 3, abriendo fuego contra el objectivo."
('Chikra' squad, copy that. Chikra-1, 2 and 3, firing at the target.)

3 Mi-24s fired their 12.7mm guns at the building. After 20 seconds, they stopped.

Those who hadn't fell yet were probably hiding wherever they could, in fear. Once again, a warning was launched through loudspeakers.

"To anyone that remains in the building, surrender immediately. This is your last chance."

Young soldiers, some who chose to duck and hide and not to shoot looked at each other. They nodded, left their weapons, and walked out with their hands up.

"Estamos desarmados! No queremos hacer daño." called out Private First Class, Nubia Ojukwu. "We wish to be taken peacefully." she continued. All 11 soldiers left stood out front, each one with their hands up.

Western Afrika wrote:All 11 soldiers left stood out front, each one with their hands up.

A voice loudly said to the West African soldiers:

"Alto! Tírense al piso, al piso!"
(Stop! Get on the ground, on the ground!)

The soldiers complied, with their hands behind their heads. One Furstian soldier searched through their uniforms to find any identifications.

"Quién es la que habla castellano?"
(Who's the one that speaks spanish?) asked a sargeant.

"Yo lo hablo, señor" replied Nubia Ojukwu.
(I speak it, sir)

"Ffumbe Ngige todavía está vivo ahí adentro?" he inquired.
(Is Ffumbe Ngige still alive in there?)

Furstia wrote:A voice loudly said to the West African soldiers:

"Alto! Tírense al piso, al piso!"
(Stop! Get on the ground, on the ground!)

The soldiers complied, with their hands behind their heads. One Furstian soldier searched through their uniforms to find any identifications.

"Quién es la que habla castellano?"
(Who's the one that speaks spanish?) asked a sargeant.

"Yo lo hablo, señor" replied Nubia Ojukwu.
(I speak it, sir)

"Ffumbe Ngige todavía está vivo ahí adentro?" he inquired.
(Is Ffumbe Ngige still alive in there?)

Nubia hesitated for a second, then shook her head.

"Está en la sala principal al final del pasillo principal." she said.
(He's in the main room at the end of the main hallway.)

Western Afrika wrote:Nubia hesitated for a second, then shook her head.

"Está en la sala principal al final del pasillo principal." she said.
(He's in the main room at the end of the main hallway.)

"Hay más civiles ahí? El resto de la familia?" (Are there more civilians there? The rest of the family?") he continued to ask while the command heard the news of Ffumbe's apparent death.

Infiny wrote:Ever since Infiny's economic boost between the 1970s and early 2000s, migrants have considered Infiny an attractive place. Aside from the wealth and the proximity for many of the less fortunate in the world, Infiny has long embraced migrants, citing ideas that migration is not only a right but that it also contributes to the Infinian culture and economy. With a population density little over 72 people per square kilometer, populist cries that Infiny is getting full are barely legitimate. People in nations like Mozambique, Zambia, Malawi and the Congo head to Infiny to find a better life for themselves and their loved ones. Infiny's historical canon claims that it has conquered much of Africa, but in reality, much of Africa has conquered Infiny. Truly, borders and migration are a funny thing indeed.

Recent weeks have seen an increase in migration across the Ruvuma river, which marks most of the border between Tanzania and Mozambique. The cause of this increase is vague; no specific disasters in Mozambique have been reported, yet the numbers are being estimated to be around 11.000 migrants last month. The governors of Zapano and Jezior, the two states largely responsible for processing migration, have called for federal help in documenting these migrants and giving them proper assistance towards their life in the Imperial Federation. The Sobiraniya in Mogadishu now has to decide how to handle the refugees.

Mogadishu, Council of Representatives. July 2nd. 1.04 PM.

Speaker Karosas: ORDER! ORDER! THE CHAIR RECOGNIZES THE REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE IMPERIAL STATE OF MIZIMA, MS. NAKAYA AME.

Representative Ame, MZ (USP): Mr. Speaker. Representatives of the Infinian States. I find it utterly disturbing that the gentlemen from Jezior suggests temporarily halting entry for migrants to give the administration time to establish proper facilities. It is not the migrants' fault that the Imperial Federation is shockingly unprepared for their large numbers. The states of Jezior and Zapano are well aware of their geographic location and the socioeconomic environment interact. The Sobiraniya must take its responsibility and take the duty of integrating migrants into the Infinian system from the border states. It is obvious that the state governments of the aforementioned states have failed to adequately respond to, or prepare for, the current crisis.

Representative Samata, JZ (FR): I object, there is no need to delegate yet more powers to the Federal government and continue the ever-increasing federal stranglehold on its sovereign states. I agree, however, that the Federal government has failed to adequately delegate resources to our states, which in turn created the situation in which we are now. If Mogadishu takes its responsibility, they would allow the state governments of Jezior and Zapano direct control over managing the Mozambiqan migrants, without the meddling of the Federal Governments and states whose verdict, at this point, is trivial. We must smooth out this bureaucratic nightmare -

Representative Savitsky, GA (PNP): Smooth out this bureaucratic nightmare?! By compromising on our federal system? We are a-

Speaker Karosas: ORDER! The Chair recognizes the Representative from Jezior, Mr. Zyanon Samata.

Representative Samata, JZ (FR): I move that the Federal Government delegate the authority on proper care of Mozambiqan, Malawian, and Zambian migrants to the states tasked with that responsibility, being the states of Jezior and Zapano. This foremostly includes the right of the states to construct the necessary facilities, as well as oversee the proper care of the migrants inside of them, without jurisdiction being primarily in the hands of the national Sobiraniya or the Prime Minister's administration. Naturally, the quality of these facilities must adhere to the established standards and regulations.

Mogadishu, Council of Representatives, July 21st. 2.15 PM.

Speaker Karosas: Order! WE SHALL HAVE ORDER! This council shall now vote on the resolution proposed by Representative Samata of Jezior.

Representative Tarasava, JZ (USP): Mr. Speaker, I object to this vote. We cannot delegate such authority to the federal subjects of the Imperial Federation that the nation itself will eventually disintegrate. If we hold a vote on this matter, and god forbid, the vote will pass, we are paving the way for ever-increasingly ease in opportunity for treason against the Imperial Federation, simply because the central government will not have the power to keep its states in line! Since such an event would clearly directly derive from the legislation proposed by the gentlemen, I hold that we would directly violate the constitution.

Representative Kebire, HA (KI): We cannot hold a vote on a matter of which it is undecided whether or not it is constitutional. If we are to hold a vote on the matter at all, I propose this council first clarifies whether it is constitutional to delegate such authority to the federal states.

Speaker Karosas: I believe you are well aware, Mr. Kebire, that it would be thoroughly unconstitutional for this house to vote on the constitutionality of delegating authority. In our constitution we have a separation of powers, it would thus be for the courts to decide whether something is constitutional or not.

Representative Samata, JZ (FR): Mr. Speaker, again we come with the bureaucratic rambles. This nation needs action, my dear colleagues. If we were to send a vague case to the court, it could take too long for them to respond, and the response that we will receive will be one of no clarity at all, as the court can’t base itself on any concise case! We have a crisis on our hand, our southern border is overrun! The Federal government has simply proven itself incompetent in managing this crisis, leaving too many refugees stranded and without care. This is no resolution on whether you are in favor of or against migration. This is in itself a motion of humanity, as it wishes for decisive action to bring solutions to these people! It is inevitable that this case will reach the court, as this council seems to be divided between itself as to whether or not this resolution is legal. But, as it will certainly reach the Supreme Court, let us at least offer a concise case, so that we can work with a clear ruling.

Speaker Karosas: This house shall not vote on the constitutionality of the resolution, for that is for the Supreme Constitutional Court to decide. Shall the resolutions of this house be found violating the constitution, it is for the court to strike it down, or it could be met with an executive veto. We will now have a vote on the resolution proposed by Representative Samata of Jezior.

As the representatives vote, it becomes clear that it would become a tight vote. The resolution receives unanimous support from the representatives of the liberal Filash Rivoy, the conservative Madaxi, and the centrist Aliyasiya and the right-wing Maret Centrisixayu. The green Poko y Natura opposes the resolution fiercely, while the social-democratic Uniya ye Socialixa y Progressivixa and the pragmatist Cisarya Partiya are divided.

Speaker Karosas: With 290 yeas, 263 nays and 7 abstentions, this council passes the resolution put forward by representative Samata. Unless there are any objections, the motion carries, and a motion to reconsider is laid on the table. That is all.

Furstia wrote:"Hay más civiles ahí? El resto de la familia?" (Are there more civilians there? The rest of the family?") he continued to ask while the command heard the news of Ffumbe's apparent death.

"Los civiles fueron asesinados o enviados a campos de trabajo en los alrededores de Abidjan. La ex reina Nkruma está recostada en su habitación, en este momento. Está muy enferma. El resto de la familia, sin embargo, está dispersa por toda la ciudad." she answered.

(The civilians were either killed or sent to labor camps around Abidjan. The former Queen Nkruma is laying in her room, at the moment. She's very sick. The rest of the family, however, is scattered around the city.)

Western Afrika wrote:"Los civiles fueron asesinados o enviados a campos de trabajo en los alrededores de Abidjan. La ex reina Nkruma está recostada en su habitación, en este momento. Está muy enferma. El resto de la familia, sin embargo, está dispersa por toda la ciudad." she answered.

(The civilians were either killed or sent to labor camps around Abidjan. The former Queen Nkruma is laying in her room, at the moment. She's very sick. The rest of the family, however, is scattered around the city.)

After hearing the soldier and informing command, new orders were transmitted to the troops. The helicopter squadron would patrol the skies and the rest of the 10th Mount Brigade would go door to door, trying to find any vehicle convoys or groups of people that might seek to escape the city. MQ-1 UAVs would help in that task too. With that many eyes everywhere, any attempts would be thwarted.

Furstian commandos soon secured the building. Inside, Ffumbe Ngige's corpse lay on the floor, with a deep wound in the chest. Former Queen Nkurma was hiding in a sickly condition. Not only was she scared due to the situation she just had found herself in, attacked by Furstian troops. She also grieved losing another relative in such a tragic way.

After they found her, a soldier spoke to her in the Yoruba language.

"You are under the custody of the Furstian People's Army. West Africa is now a Republic. You will be taken to a safe place where you will receive proper care and medical attention."

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Government of the Socialist Republic of Furstia extends an offer to exchange diplomatic embassies to the Government of Eraus. Should you accept, we have designated Mr. Carlos Ritondo as our ambassador to your nation.

Signed,
Andrés Dorrego, Minister of Foreign Affairs

Establishment of the Democratic-Republic of West Africa

With the capture of Abidjan, the Loyalists surrendered. Aysi Amaechi was appointed as the first president of the DRWA. Under Amaechi, the Senate of West Africa and the House of Representatives of West Africa. Also under Amaechi, new divisions of West Africa have been made. The military was also capped at 600,000 active personnel.

Other things to come are the formalization of the West African Republican Armed Forces (WARAF), the creation of the Department of War, the Department of Commons, and other departments.

Any Loyalists that are still following under the old regime will be arrested and face the newly established Supreme Court of West Africa.

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