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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 3,359thMost Influential: 3,827thLeast Corrupt Governments: 4,254th
The Republic of
Left-wing Utopia
Influence
Shoeshiner
Civil Rights
Excellent
Economy
Frightening
Political Freedom
Excellent

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Uroborosa

Population1.653 billion

CapitalUrabesh

CurrencyUroborosan piece
Animalwolf

The Republic of Uroborosa is a massive, socially progressive nation, renowned for its museums and concert halls, free-roaming dinosaurs, and keen interest in outer space. The compassionate, democratic, cheerful population of 1.653 billion Uroborosans are free to do what they want with their own bodies, and vote for whomever they like in elections; if they go into business, however, they are regulated to within an inch of their lives.

The large, socially-minded government juggles the competing demands of Administration, Education, and Healthcare. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Urabesh. The average income tax rate is 83.5%, and even higher for the wealthy.

The frighteningly efficient Uroborosan economy, worth 207 trillion Uroborosan pieces a year, is led by the Information Technology industry, with significant contributions from Tourism, Book Publishing, and Basket Weaving. State-owned companies are common. Average income is an impressive 125,410 Uroborosan pieces, and distributed extremely evenly, with practically no difference between the richest and poorest citizens.

Voting is compulsory, glittering new sports stadiums adorn every city and town, attendance of fathers at PTA meetings is at an all-time high, and on graduation day the hats thrown in the air fly high enough to stun passing pigeons. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to a capable police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Uroborosa's national animal is the wolf, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests.

Uroborosa is ranked 8,760th in the world and 286th in the South Pacific for Most Beautiful Environments, with 1,686 pounds of wildlife per square mile.

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 3,359thMost Influential: 3,827thLeast Corrupt Governments: 4,254thMost Cheerful Citizens: 4,499thNicest Citizens: 4,510thLargest Basket Weaving Sector: 4,596thMost Compassionate Citizens: 4,715thMost Inclusive: 7,390thBest Weather: 7,782ndLargest Welfare Programs: 8,213thHighest Food Quality: 8,285thHighest Foreign Aid Spending: 8,448thSafest: 8,755thMost Beautiful Environments: 8,760thMost Pacifist: 8,784thMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 9,052ndMost Popular Tourist Destinations: 9,464thHighest Poor Incomes: 9,540thMost Cultured: 9,803rdMost Valuable International Artwork: 10,178thLongest Average Lifespans: 10,990thHealthiest Citizens: 12,467thMost Extensive Public Healthcare: 12,471stLargest Information Technology Sector: 12,720thSmartest Citizens: 13,179thHighest Average Tax Rates: 13,198thTop
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Largest Publishing Industry: 13,698thLowest Crime Rates: 13,878thMost Scientifically Advanced: 15,313thLargest Governments: 15,476thMost Developed: 17,544thMost Advanced Public Education: 17,776thMost Income Equality: 18,232ndHighest Average Incomes: 23,619th
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Most Cheerful Citizens: 140th in the regionLeast Corrupt Governments: 148th in the regionNicest Citizens: 156th in the regionMost Compassionate Citizens: 158th in the regionHighest Foreign Aid Spending: 225th in the regionLargest Basket Weaving Sector: 233rd in the regionLargest Welfare Programs: 244th in the regionBest Weather: 253rd in the regionMost Inclusive: 258th in the regionHighest Food Quality: 264th in the regionMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 264th in the regionHighest Poor Incomes: 270th in the regionMost Cultured: 282nd in the regionMost Beautiful Environments: 286th in the regionMost Popular Tourist Destinations: 292nd in the regionSafest: 298th in the regionMost Valuable International Artwork: 325th in the regionMost Pacifist: 337th in the regionLongest Average Lifespans: 351st in the regionHighest Average Tax Rates: 368th in the regionLowest Crime Rates: 372nd in the regionLargest Information Technology Sector: 381st in the regionHealthiest Citizens: 382nd in the regionLargest Publishing Industry: 388th in the regionMost Extensive Public Healthcare: 394th in the regionSmartest Citizens: 403rd in the regionLargest Governments: 414th in the regionMost Influential: 454th in the regionMost Scientifically Advanced: 464th in the regionMost Advanced Public Education: 497th in the regionMost Developed: 526th in the regionMost World Assembly Endorsements: 535th in the regionHighest Average Incomes: 575th in the regionTop
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Most Efficient Economies: 798th in the regionMost Subsidized Industry: 800th in the regionMost Income Equality: 937th in the regionMost Advanced Defense Forces: 968th in the regionMost Advanced Law Enforcement: 1,010th in the regionHighest Economic Output: 1,091st in the regionNudest: 1,106th in the regionMost Stationary: 1,249th in the regionMost Advanced Public Transport: 1,265th in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, on graduation day the hats thrown in the air fly high enough to stun passing pigeons.
  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, attendance of fathers at PTA meetings is at an all-time high.
  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, glittering new sports stadiums adorn every city and town.
  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, voting is compulsory.
  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, libraries are now installed with jacuzzis and mini-bars.
  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, droves of former desperados are applying to join the border police.
  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, wealthy pranksters dump refuse on unsuspecting citizens from up high.
  • : Uroborosa was ranked in the Top 5% of the world for Highest Average Tax Rates and Largest Information Technology Sector.
  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, the government supplies ragtag bands of resistance fighters in exchange for vague promises of future payment.
  • : Following new legislation in Uroborosa, money that should have gone to charities is instead spent on monitoring them.

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