Could you all please state your country and its, err, politicol stance for, err, security reasons?
Texas_Democratic Country, highly Conservative,
Quoting Colonel A.C. Weagle
You see, A.C. Weagle and Tim Cliffe are partners in another group plus they created a new type of jet perpulsion. You can say they have a brotherly type relationship. -Tripp
Oh, OK. I see. Sorry for intruding, but i was just curious. Later, Mav Permalink
All to be told.
Opinion of communism: Excellent concept, but does not fit all countries. Communism eventually leads to democracy, and is the foundation of some of the most well-known superpowers. Permalink
Quoting Maverick Mitchell
Hey Tim Cliffe, Are You CAS or UEN? I thought you were a CAS member. I am curious about your search for an RA officer (Colonel A.C. Weagle)
I have no clue. Officially, I'm in nothing right now, but I think I'll just be on my own for now... I still really want to get my country on the border map, though. I was also even thinking about making a 'Third World Union' kind of group. Permalink
Current Government: Communist Monarchy
Your government sounds contradictory. In a monarchy, you have a hierarchy system, whereas in a communistic society, you have a dictatorship with a Cabinet. I think your country sounds more so a dictatorship. Permalink
Royal Nathanian Republic
The king is the final word, although he has a cabinet like the american presidency, so there is some democracy in it. the monarchy is for the king thing going on, and the dictator part is that the king is also the main general of the military. L8r, Mav Permalink
(Each of the states of the AIS [Belize, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvadore, and Honduras] are their own state with their own government. They each have their own governor, with 2-year terms, electable for up to 3 consecutive terms. They also each have their own legislature and judicary commitee, but not a senate. The AIS as a whole is represented by a President elected by the people, nominated by the governors. The president has a 6-year term, but is eligable only for a single term in his entire lifetime. The senate of the AIS is located in the Capital of the AIS, Managua, Nicaragua.)
Radical Liberal Permalink
PCU Governators are elected and in power until further notice. Meaning we don't know how long they'll be in power. Everything else can be voted on though, down to what lunch should be the official Tuesday lunch. It just needs to be proposed.
So really, it's an elected oligarchy who keep up the veil of democracy by letting everything beneath them be decided by votes. Unless it's serious matters. But hey, it works. The government gets things done quickly, all the while, the people have more power. Or do they?
None, we banned them. This is a no-party state. Permalink