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Post by Thomas on 23rd June 2011, 18:03





Cielo Salvatore launches urban manoeuvres
Jennai turns red as helicopters and jets fly over economic heartland

The Cielo Salvatore began it's training season in earnest today, with a series of Urban Warfare Drills, which included a formation of 25 attack helicopters flying over central Jennai. The controversial drills, held between 12pm and 1pm today, have been planned and authorised by the Jennai Provincial Government, Ministry of Defence and Cattalian Aviation Authority. Today's local newspapers in the city ran with information about the drills, to prevent confusion and panic. However 176 phone calls were received by the police from concerned members of the public, unaware of the training. "The Urban Warfare and Civil Protection drills run by the Cielo Salvatore and Armato Salvatore today were part of the ongoing Summer Training Program. Both the CAA and regional Government were informed of the exercises prior to their commencement and agreed that the exercises were necessary to protect the security of our major cities." said Cielo Secretary, Lord Huttington-Brown.
The Cattalian Peace Association criticised today's training, calling it "deplorable" and "inconsiderate". Military analysts believe that the drills may become the "most controversial military action in decades". Further exercises by the Terra Salvatore and Marino Salvatore are expected this week.

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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by emgmod on 23rd June 2011, 19:46

Now Cattala is disturbing the peace along with aggressive actions. When will this stop?

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Post by Blakeway4 on 23rd June 2011, 20:51

LOL, prepare yourself for a comic about this Thomas Wink

The CFPP party of Syldavia condemns all the military training head in AIN countries. With our collaborators from Illu'a we are starting a campaign of sensitization for peace in Syldavia and Illu'a.

- Alexei Stolochnikov, CFPP head Syldavia
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Post by ForthWall on 23rd June 2011, 21:02

Cattala has been trying to feed logs into a fire, and must try to stop this unnecessary actions, if there is no war, or even looming war, why train, unless you want some war to start

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Post by Thomas on 24th June 2011, 16:28





Marino Salvatore begins missile exercises
Live fire used off the coast of Roumeli

The Marino Salvatore began it's summer training today, with a series of missile launches off the south east coast of Roumeli Province. NMS Magnus, the principle warship in the Roumeli-based fleet, was accompanied by NMS Imperator, the largest frigate in the navy and the command ship in the battle over West Jennai Port, four months ago. Smaller naval vessels also took part in the missile launches, the largest in over a decade. "The introduction of live fire and heavy artillery into the training sessions is an important milestone. It shows that the military is intensifying training and don't care for the international reaction." Harold Jones, a military expert and DT columnist, said today.

Meanwhile, the Coalition for the Proliferation of Peace has continued it's calls for the training to stop, and the governments of Syldavia, Hiigara and Shushtrepistaz are believed to have all criticised the ongoing exercises. However there has been no comment from either the Ministry of Defence or Lord Celestine into the opposition to the manoeuvres or about the military situation.

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Post by Thomas on 30th June 2011, 20:43



Dr Rohan Viscoti, leader of Il Popolo since 2001

Il Popolo launch election campaign
More state support for economy is vital, say the Socialists

Cattala's third-largest party, Il Popolo, today began it's election campaign, as it fights to keep control of the support it gathered after the diplomatic crisis with the Atlantic Federation earlier this year. It's aging leader, Dr Rohan Viscoti, who has led the party since it lost power in the 2001 election, is determined to retake power for his socialist party, which has only won two elections in it's 62-year history. The party has returned to its core message of nationalism and state ownership, and has especially targeted it's campaigning for this election at the influential rural electorate and at patriotic urban citizens.

Il Popolo's main pledges, as unveiled today, are to expand publically owned companies, take full control of part-nationalised businesses like Cattala Airways, and invest billions of Ainero into the education, healthcare, security and armed forces. The party supported the recent military training sessions, which are continuing next week, calling them "decent national protection", but called for more exercises year-round and the re-introduction of military national service.

The two other major political parties are expected to begin their campaigns shortly, although work is believed to have begun on the ruling Cattolica Conservatori's campaign at least one month ago.

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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Forsma on 30th June 2011, 21:35

how long is the campaign period of this election?
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Post by Thomas on 1st July 2011, 19:00

Election will be held in August, so it's until the day of the election.
There won't be news stories every day though. Cheeky/Razz

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Post by Forsma on 2nd July 2011, 18:56

wait isn't there would be silent days where the campaign activities should be end?
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Post by Thomas on 2nd July 2011, 19:06

What?
I mean that I won't be writing newspaper articles everyday about the election. The only day you aren't allowed to report on campaigning is on the day of the election.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 3rd July 2011, 05:00

He looks sick. :shock:
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Post by Spy9600 on 3rd July 2011, 05:02

Thats how all Socialist people look in Cattala, Julien Cheeky/Razz
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Thomas on 3rd July 2011, 15:33

Spy's right. Socialists are twisted, ugly...

Here he is on a better day.


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Post by emgmod on 3rd July 2011, 22:33

That looks like the bad guy in a movie. Cheeky/Razz

How does he get votes?
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Post by emperordaniel on 4th July 2011, 13:52

Maybe all the moviegoers vote for him? Cheeky/Razz

Excellent work Thomas Smile
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Post by Thomas on 4th July 2011, 19:01

Funny thing is, I've only ever seen him play bad guys - the actor, that is.

He says things that please farmers. They want nationalised industries - it means food prices are more stable. He also pleases the poor workers, by pledging to create good public sector jobs.

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Post by Thomas on 7th July 2011, 19:45



The first Democratic party poster

Democratic Party reveal green pledges
An environmental revolution, Greenwood promises

The nation's main opposition party, the Partito Democratico, today promised to redefine Cattala as a "green kingdom", whilst attacking the current Government's environmental record. Dominic Greenwood, the embattled Democratic leader, told his party that the Secolo administration has "obliterated" Cattala's chances of expanding the lucrative green energy sector overseas, and criticised the "one-sided" green business deals, such as the one in place with Shushtrepistaz, that is "only benefiting overseas companies and not our country or people".

Greenwood, who survived a leadership challenge last year, believes that the state-owned companies need to "face up" to their failings and "achieve much higher" than they currently do. He also said that his party would aim to bring forward high speed rail plans, which will anger rural voters, and also promised to begin commissioning an "Electric road" scheme on the M4, an idea that Lord Secolo abandoned earlier this year.

The Democratic Party is currently in third place in the polls, behind Il Popolo and the governing Cattolica Conservatori party.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 7th July 2011, 20:17

LOL, how interesting his name is greenwood... Cheeky/Razz
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Post by Thomas on 10th July 2011, 12:00

It is rather ironic, but his name was chosen months ago so there's no coincidence a all.

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Post by SmartbyLaw on 10th July 2011, 16:55

Greenwood... lol. thats funny. Love the newspaper update!
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Thomas on 11th July 2011, 20:20





This election will define our presence in the world
Relations with superpowers, trade and future security will all be decided at the ballot box next month

In less than four weeks time, 1.9 million Cattalians will go to the polls in our most important election in decades. What is decided in the ballot box in August could make our country into a regional and political powerhouse - or it could destroy the reconstruction of relations with the Atlantic Federation and lead to another war with the Hiigaran Confederacy. This is not an exaggeration. In recent weeks we have seen more and more military exercises - a sign of growing power, or a warning of the future?

The Government has made it clear that it doesn't want another war. The much-hyped visit to the Atlantic Federation by the royal family and a host of business and political leaders in the Autumn shows how pro-diplomacy this government is. But the strongest opposition party, Il Popolo, is pro-militarisation and has already pledged to increase the size of the Armato Salvatore by a shocking 15%. If this happens, you can be certain that within the next parliament, we will see a major conflict either on Cattalian soil or by Cattalian forces overseas. If you thought that the Jennai Port crisis was atrocious, then you haven't seen anything yet.

The election of Il Popolo into power, as many of the polls predict, will lead to a catastrophe. When we first heard of the Uroborian uprising, who was first to the ballot box demanding Cattalian action? Dr Rohan Viscoti. The neo-communist leader of "The People". Our Government was right in refusing to act, despite outsider fears that it would.
We cannot allow the pro-war, pro-death, pro-hawk Dr Viscoti to regain power for his party. Unless you want to see death return to West Jennai Port, that is.

Harold Jones

Harold Jones is a columnist in the Daily Telegraph. He served as a Military Correspondent for Rmi News for 17 years.

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Post by hiigarar on 11th July 2011, 20:44

Hiigaran Countries are worried about the elections and hope that the Cattalian Government will not be more radical then it was in the conflict betwen our nations.
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Post by ForthWall on 11th July 2011, 22:30

Technically Cattala is a regional powerhouse - due to it being the only one in that region Cheeky/Razz
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Post by Blakeway4 on 11th July 2011, 23:34

LOL Forth Cheeky/Razz GO SOCIALISM IN CATTALA! Laugh
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Re: The Daily Telegraph

Post by Thomas on 12th July 2011, 19:55

Actually Cattala is in the Mediterranean region - which includes Fairview and part of Hiigara. And also in terms of Europe. Wink

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Democrats = Environmentalism and mild socialism. More state ownership, but also more private investments. Demilitarisation.

Cattolica Conservatori = Continuing along the same path. Monarchism, diplomatic growth and some private growth into public sectors.

Il Popolo = More military drills, major military growth, massive public sector growth and subsidies. Extreme socialism.

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