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posted 11 hours 8 minutes ago
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Also, who should win the Green Party leadership election? And on top of that, what are the leanings of each candidate? Like how moderate and radical are they?

posted 11 hours 45 minutes ago
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Yeah of course! Apologies, just saw this now.

posted 4 days ago
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I like it!

posted 5 days ago
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I think that would be an interesting detail to include and could cause some minor controversy, especially if it might lead to some hooliganism or even violence afterwards

posted 13 days ago
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I just wanted to say thanks for making the Levant War article, it is well written.

posted 14 days ago
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Hi, can you please edit the 2022 Costa Rican gubernatorial election article? Apologies to inform you very late because I'm busy with my personal errands. The two gubernatorial candidate who won the first round is Antonio Figueres of Liberal Progressive and Manuel Quesada of Nationalist. The third place is Nicolas Gonzales of Greens, fourth place is Federico Alfaro of Social Democrats, fifth place is Fabricio Cordero, and sixth place is Rosario Najera.

posted 20 days ago
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Thanks for informing me WM, and I am also personally on the camp that wants Manchuria to be preserved in the canon (albeit updating the history of course). Also, I completely understand what you're going through and encourage you to take whatever time you feel is needed before coming back

posted 24 days ago
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Hey WorldMaker! So in 1939, Floyd B. Olsen (with the endorsement of the dying King George III) is able to pass an amendment to the constitution that limits the powers of the monarchy, which acted as an de facto absolute monarchy up until that point. However, the monarchy is an essential symbol of resistance during Great War I, and would most likely have strong support among the people after the war. So do you think it would be possible for Olsen to pass such an amendment? Or do you think an amendment like that would have to come earlier or later?

posted 24 days ago
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The following PSAs reelected (or will reelect if it has not happened yet) the incumbent as governor:

  • Cancun
  • East Leewards
  • Merida
  • Santa Clara
  • West Leewards

The following PSAs will elect a governor from the same party as the incumbent:

  • Flagstaff
  • Pacifico Norte
  • Pacifico Sur
  • South Sonora
  • Tahoe

The following PSAs will elect Christian Democrats:

  • New Oneida
  • Sweetwater
posted 26 days ago
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Thanks for reminding me and apologies for the delayed response! I'll figure it out when I get the chance. Right now I'm running an election center as an elections officer until Tuesday so that's why my activity has gone down the past week lol

posted 32 days ago
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For future reference: SAFF isn't a soccer league, it's Sierra's soccer governing body. The league itself is called SOLOS (Soccer League of Sierra). The distinction between SAFF and SOLOS is the same as between the United States Soccer Federation and Major League Soccer.

posted 32 days ago
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Basketball, both forms of football, and baseball for professional sports. Volleyball, surfing, skateboarding, tennis, golfing, skiing, snowboarding, cycling, and swimming are other popular forms of sports. Hockey is not Sierra's strong suit

posted 33 days ago
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Yeah I'll most likely be making those soon.

posted 33 days ago
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It would despite its small size, similar to how Placentia and OTL San Marino have one still

posted 34 days ago
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Hey WorldMaker! Feel free to edit my Constituent Countries of Superior sandbox if you have any ideas. Also, great job on Royal Count!

posted 37 days ago
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Mainly on the Caucasus Front with the Ottoman Empire.

posted 40 days ago
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Yeah it would make sense that they would have their own formal logo to represent them like the IOC

posted 41 days ago
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Yeah. What I have in mind is that Superior adopts the Prussian Military doctrine after the Franco-Prussian War, which includes the adoption of their uniforms. Honestly, you can use German soldiers as Superian soldiers up until the 60s, when the whole modern soldier look began to take shape.

posted 41 days ago
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Yes of course! It will be just like Sierra in a sense, where the constituent nations are divided into states.

posted 41 days ago
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Hey WorldMaker! What are your thoughts on Superior becoming a devolved country like Sierra and OTL Britain? This would occur in 1976 (following a constitutional amendment) and Superior would be divided into three constituent nations as seen in this map: Proposed constituent country map of Superior.svg

posted 44 days ago
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No problem!

posted 44 days ago
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7 UC, 1 G, 4 NL, 2 FL, 1 CD, 23 LD, 5 R

posted 46 days ago
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I think that would make sense and I will make some flags when I have the chance for that

posted 48 days ago
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Indeed, it's Iban Garrastazu

posted 52 days ago
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