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Look at that tree contains 4 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Largest Mining Sector in Look at that tree
World Census experts measured the volume of stuff removed from the ground to determine which nations have the largest mining industries.
As a region, Look at that tree is ranked 11,724th in the world for Largest Mining Sector.
|1.||The Dominion of The Really Poor People||Psychotic Dictatorship||“Spare Change”|
|2.||The Holy Empire of Jadis Kwatin||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Patience is a conquering virtue.”|
|3.||The Split Coaxial Cable Hook-ups of Glowing Sapient Squirrels||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“Bird feeders have a discriminatory almost racist nature”|
|4.||The United Socialist States of Daxtastic49||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Friends are like horses. If you kill them they die.”|
- : The Republic of Sak475 departed this region for Angelene.
- : The Grand Duchy of Not Frenchy 16 departed this region for Devide by Zero.
- : The Commonwealth of This is Hawkward departed this region for Devide by Zero.
- : The Legendary Balls Dog Raider of Oaks 23 departed this region for Devide by Zero.
- : The Republic of Elongated Man departed this region for Devide by Zero.
- : The United Socialist States of Daxtastic49 arrived from Devide by Zero.
- : The Commonwealth of This is Hawkward arrived from Devide by Zero.
- : The Legendary Balls Dog Raider of Oaks 23 arrived from Devide by Zero.
- : The Grand Duchy of Not Frenchy 16 arrived from Devide by Zero.
- : Event horizon 75 ceased to exist.
Look at that tree Regional Message Board
Hello embassy! Nice to meet you all. Ooh! Look at that tree!
We have an ethical dilemma, and only three days to resolve it.
To prevent the murder of innocent citizens by a mob, you sentenced an innocent man to a very lengthy jail term. It turns out that this man needs a heart transplant. So does an elderly, though active, woman. There is one heart available for transplant. Who does it go to?
Hello there, I am happy to present you with this week's regional news from Change.
On Sunday 16th June, Change became the 'Featured Region of the Day', meaning that the population had exceed 20 by the end of the week! We've had many nations come and congratulate us, while other nations have decided to join us on a hopefully permanent basis! Inside a few hours, Change's population increased by 6 (around a 30% increase) and we hope that it can provide a platform for our hopes in the future. Anyway, we will bask in the glory of being featured for a long time!
Earlier in the week, the parliament region was formed by Change civil service and was immediately becoming the region for debates and votes. While we were waiting for the embassy to fall through though, the first Parliament bills were passed and debated on on the Change RMB, with the first act passed without any objection. We expect the next few debates to be in the parliament region which will then become the permanent place for them.
Inter-regional and local news
Last week we reported of improving relations between Change and Arasmer, but we may have jinxed those positive relations because a few days later, the Foreign Minister decided to abort embassy construction. Their founder decided to send a region-wide TG stating that Commander alpha was 'trying to tear this region apart'. We decided though to ask Commander alpha their thoughts and we published the interview earlier this week:
This week Change parliament approved the idea of the region joining the The NationStates Commonwealth, an organisation designed to bring nations and regions together. Parliament had expressed full support of the process, and Change has become ready to join. As of Sunday 16th June, Change was nearing completion of embassies to the region.
And finally, to end off, we look to what might happen soon. We put to the region the idea of sending our news to The Independent Newspaper which some nations supported. As well, the Minister for Culture, Media and Sport will put forward his plan for a regional Olympics! The region is also looking forward to a few more arrivals, following our recent featuring!
Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed it!