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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 3,698th Highest Disposable Incomes: 8,041st Least Corrupt Governments: 8,882nd
The Republic of
New York Times Democracy
Economic freedom is the true freedom
Influence
Sprat
Civil Rights
Very Good
Economy
Powerhouse
Political Freedom
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Deubonia

Population387 million

CapitalAlderrdeen

CurrencyDeubon Dollar
Animalpenguin

The Republic of Deubonia is a huge, environmentally stunning nation, renowned for its daily referendums, sprawling nuclear power plants, and irreverence towards religion. The hard-nosed, hard-working, democratic population of 387 million Deubonians enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.

The tiny government juggles the competing demands of Defense, Education, and Law & Order. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Alderrdeen. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 7.3%.

The powerhouse Deubonian economy, worth 38.4 trillion Deubon Dollars a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Tourism industry, with major contributions from Information Technology, Arms Manufacturing, and Book Publishing. Average income is 99,279 Deubon Dollars, with the richest citizens earning 6.3 times as much as the poorest.

People can't decide between preserving forests and buying print copies of 'Dogman Versus The Giggler', officials pull all-nighters to check immigrants for potential links to terrorists, more and more students are taking up a career in medicine, and public parks are littered with cigarette butts. Crime, especially youth-related, is almost non-existent. Deubonia's national animal is the penguin, which frolics freely in the nation's sparkling oceans.

Deubonia is ranked 113,850th in the world and 4,256th in The East Pacific for Most Cheerful Citizens, with 50 Percentage Of Water Glasses Perceived Half-Full.

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 3,698thHighest Disposable Incomes: 8,041stTop
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Least Corrupt Governments: 8,882ndMost Influential: 11,146thLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 13,021stRudest Citizens: 13,681stLowest Overall Tax Burden: 16,222nd
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Highest Disposable Incomes: 156th in the regionLeast Corrupt Governments: 275th in the regionRudest Citizens: 291st in the regionTop
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Largest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 372nd in the regionMost World Assembly Endorsements: 413th in the regionLargest Publishing Industry: 460th in the regionMost Armed: 500th in the regionLowest Overall Tax Burden: 569th in the regionMost Influential: 602nd in the regionMost Scientifically Advanced: 617th in the regionBest Weather: 619th in the regionLargest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 623rd in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, public parks are littered with cigarette butts.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, more and more students are taking up a career in medicine.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, officials pull all-nighters to check immigrants for potential links to terrorists.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, people can't decide between preserving forests and buying print copies of 'Dogman Versus The Giggler'.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, weird or unusual crimes merit cruel and unusual punishments.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, politicians that report exaggerated crowd sizes for their speeches are dismissed for being delusional.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, the government is continually probing the galaxy in search of alien life.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, any body part that can be cut off a person is no longer considered to be their property.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, gay couples have to travel to Brancaland to find a church that will actually let them wed.
  • : Following new legislation in Deubonia, smoking is banned in public areas.

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