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Highest Crime Rates: 786thMost Cheerful Citizens: 2,501stMost Rebellious Youth: 2,622nd
The Paradise of
Moralistic Democracy
Republika Slovenija
Influence
Sprat
Region
Civil Rights
Few
Economy
Powerhouse
Political Freedom
Very Good

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Republika Slovenija

Population20.059 billion

CapitalLjubljana
LeaderTriglav

CurrencyEuro
AnimalZlatorog

The Paradise of Republika Slovenija is a gargantuan, cultured nation, ruled by Triglav with an even hand, and renowned for its teetotalling pirates, frequent executions, and hatred of cheese. The compassionate, hard-working, cheerful population of 20.059 billion Republika Slovenijans are highly moralistic and fiercely conservative, in the sense that they tend to believe most things should be outlawed. People who have good jobs and work quietly at them are lauded; others are viewed with suspicion.

The relatively small government juggles the competing demands of Industry, Administration, and Welfare. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Ljubljana. The average income tax rate is 13.7%.

The powerhouse Republika Slovenijan economy, worth 696 trillion Euros a year, is extremely specialized and mostly made up of the Book Publishing industry, with significant contributions from Tourism. Black market activity is frequent. State-owned companies are common. Average income is 34,728 Euros, and evenly distributed, with the richest citizens earning only 3.8 times as much as the poorest.

Victims of crime are viewed as less trustworthy than politicians, the weather report is the prisoners' favourite programme, doctors spend more time writing sick notes than caring for the sick, and police escort anti-abortion activists to free speech cages if they try to express their views. Crime, especially youth-related, is all-pervasive, probably because of the absence of a police force. Republika Slovenija's national animal is the Zlatorog, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests.

Republika Slovenija is ranked 39,014th in the world and 76th in Texas for Most Developed, scoring 70.18 on the Human Development Index.

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Highest Crime Rates: 786thTop
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Most Cheerful Citizens: 2,501stMost Rebellious Youth: 2,622ndLargest Publishing Industry: 4,883rdNicest Citizens: 5,824thMost Compassionate Citizens: 7,306thMost Cultured: 7,413thLargest Populations: 7,617thLeast Corrupt Governments: 8,850thHealthiest Citizens: 10,280thMost Pacifist: 11,357thTop
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Largest Black Market: 12,162ndMost Armed: 13,376thBest Weather: 17,124thMost Beautiful Environments: 23,486th
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Highest Crime Rates: 5th in the regionMost Compassionate Citizens: 7th in the regionMost Rebellious Youth: 8th in the regionNicest Citizens: 8th in the regionTop
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Most Cheerful Citizens: 10th in the regionLeast Corrupt Governments: 11th in the regionHealthiest Citizens: 11th in the regionMost Pacifist: 11th in the regionLargest Publishing Industry: 16th in the regionMost Cultured: 17th in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Republika Slovenija was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Most Valuable International Artwork.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, police escort anti-abortion activists to free speech cages if they try to express their views.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, doctors spend more time writing sick notes than caring for the sick.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, the weather report is the prisoners' favourite programme.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, victims of crime are viewed as less trustworthy than politicians.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, the government frequently panders to parents with boutique tax credits.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, executions often take hours as amateurs attempt to find veins.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, lifeguards are more concerned with watching for sharks than struggling swimmers.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, 100-year-old politicians are now a thing of the past.
  • : Following new legislation in Republika Slovenija, homeowners on prime real estate have been seen dodging giant bulldozers with cartoon characters painted on them.

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