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Post by Spy9600 on 12th November 2011, 19:15

Of the American countries (I didn't mean Western Hemisphere, I meant the Americas), the only other nation (other than the US, which doesnt care about having public stuff like that, but could if it wanted -but it kind of doesn't need to) that passed the 200 million people mark (actually, only 196.000.000 officially) (or at least 100 - 110 million people like Mexico) that has public free public services like that is Brazil (and they are not always wonderful because we not necessarily have a good system to take care of that) - That's what I meant with big - a lot of people to take care of or depending on the system. Canada has public health care, but it is not as challenging for you, because you are already extremely developed and you don't have as much people depending on the system as Latin American countries do...

Population wise you are the size of Argentina (40 Million) - which is doing pretty well ranked as 44th most developed with a HDI of 0.836 - Rated as Very High. If they only had a bigger economy they would turn "First World" from night to day...

Brazil with its 196 Million and an extremely inequal society is ranked on the 60's or 70's - as Medium-High - having the rich help the poor is beyond fair, its crucial and necessary, since it IS their fault.

The situation down there is a lot more complicated - Not having Public Health Care there would be disastrous - And even with the Public Health System we still have problems. Imagine without one...
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Post by Blakeway4 on 12th November 2011, 19:39

Oh! Ok, thank you for the clarification Smile
So Argentina is better than Brazil into welfare because of its lower population?
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Post by Spy9600 on 12th November 2011, 20:40

It is more of an equal country - they don`t have as many different ethinical disparities as we do. Argentina is mostly white, what made it easier, as well as for the southern regions of Brazil. The South of South America is actually a very very nice place to live - its far away from the Latin American standards - Seriously.

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Argentina


Brazil (South & Southeast)



Chile (the picture above is still Brazil)



Unfortunately, things get a lot worse the further north you go...on our case...
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Post by Thomas on 12th November 2011, 21:14

Since you have time to find all these images and facts, would you mind starting your role as AINSI Commissioner? Thanks. Wink

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Post by ForthWall on 12th November 2011, 21:26

Spy9600 wrote:It is more of an equal country - they don`t have as many different ethinical disparities as we do. Argentina is mostly white, what made it easier, as well as for the southern regions of Brazil. The South of South America is actually a very very nice place to live - its far away from the Latin American standards - Seriously.

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Argentina


Brazil (South & Southeast)



Chile (the picture above is still Brazil)



Unfortunately, things get a lot worse the further north you go...on our case...

Spy, you know not all of these countries is all well to do
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Post by Spy9600 on 12th November 2011, 23:18

I am South American? Im exposed to local media facts news every... day? I've been there? I know people from there and I speak Spanish (aswell as Brazilian Portuguese) to read their newspapers and internal public criticism? I've done research?

Forth?
I can show you slums if you want me to explain that too - I've been in dozens and I know people from there, besides living close to one...
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Post by ForthWall on 12th November 2011, 23:35

Spy9600 wrote:I am South American? Im exposed to local media facts news every... day? I've been there? I know people from there and I speak Spanish (aswell as Brazilian Portuguese) to read their newspapers and internal public criticism? I've done research?

Forth?
I can show you slums if you want me to explain that too - I've been in dozens and I know people from there, besides living close to one...

And when did I say you were not South American, I just said that, probably in less of a good term, that you should say all of the facts before saying its great
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Thousands of veterans from World War Two will be present in Celeste this morning

Cattala Remembers
Remembrance Sunday services held in churches, town squares and memorials across the kingdom

Queen Alexandra the Fifth will today lead remembrance tributes being held across Cattala today to honour the country's war dead. Politicians, military figures and other members of the royal family will accompany the Queen at The Cenotaph in Celeste. More than 10,000 ex-servicemen and women will march past the the monument, followed by civilians and war widows.

At 11 o'clock, a two-minutes silence will be held to commemorate the sacrifices made by Cattala's armed forces across the world, including in the liberation of the island from occupation in 1943 and on the Western Front in 1915-18 as part of the Italian contribution to the war.

It is 90 years to the day since the Royal Cattalian Legion instigated the first Remembrance Sunday in 1921. Across the country, memorials will be held at cenotaphs in all of the seven provinces, including at Jennai's Imperial Monument, where Princess Helena will lead the tributes for the first time.

Cattala's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom will accompany other Commonwealth representatives in Remembrance services in London. A special Remembrance Mass will be held by the Divina Anima della Chiesa to commemorate the sacrifices made by both ordinary people and the Church, which helped hundreds of Jews flee Cattala during the Italian occupation.

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Post by SmartbyLaw on 13th November 2011, 20:27

Its great to see Cattala honoring all of the fallen. Lorenta sends its condolences to all Cattala citizens who have been affected by the death of family members in a war.

Jacques Gardner | Ministry of Foreign Relations
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Post by Thomas on 14th November 2011, 19:15

Thanks Smart.

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Post by Thomas on 18th November 2011, 19:45




Agatha Vermini met with the Shushtrepistaz Conservatives this week

Shushtrepistaz Conservatives return home after high-profile tour of Cattala
Praise for the welcoming from both Government and public after lavish tour of the kingdom

The Conservative Party of Shushtrepistaz ended it's 15-day trip to Cattala yesterday, leaving on a wave of strong publicity both in Cattala and back in Shushtrepistaz. Despite a public backlash following the collapse of a crucial green energy deal between the two countries earlier this year, the arrival of Cattala-supportive Conservatives was highly publicised in both countries and ended months of hostility between the two nations. Senior government sources also said that the visit had eased relations and given the Secolo cabinet "relief and hope" for the future of relations, as the Conservative government in Cattala saw "key ideological and political like-mindedness" between the visitors and the centre-right coalition.

The trip buoyed public expectations for a rekindling of a once-strong relationship between the two former colonies. However future relations will be reliant on the Conservative Party taking power in Shushtrepistaz, which isn't a certainty yet. "It would be a great disappointment to the government if the Conservatives didn't win. It would be a lost opportunity and a lost friendship for Cattala." said one Government source.

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Post by ForthWall on 19th November 2011, 00:49

They look scared Cheeky/Razz


Nice Article Smile
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 19th November 2011, 01:23

They probably r
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Post by Thomas on 19th November 2011, 10:27

They saw someone from the Atlantic Commonwealth, that's why. Cheeky/Razz

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Post by SmartbyLaw on 19th November 2011, 16:33

Oh, makes sense Cheeky/Razz
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Post by Thomas on 10th December 2011, 16:58




Alessia Storna alongside her father, Lord Anton Storna, announcing her relationship with Prince Edward

Storna and Bonnecelli: Ancient houses united
Alessia Storna, heiress to the Seguno fortune, is unveiled as the Crown Prince's secret partner

After months of secrecy and hidden meetings, Crown Prince Edward and 18-year-old Alessia Storna have publicly announced their relationship. The couple, who are the first new royal duo in nearly twenty years, have had strict privacy since they began seeing each other in December of last year, with the press prevented from publicising their movements. Storna is the heir-apparent to the Seguno family fortune and is believed to have first met Edward four years ago at a royal function in Lessito, her home province. Rumours of the relationship have been widespread for many months, but official reports haven't been allowed due to the strict privacy laws regarding the royal family. The Storna family's press conference, held at the Seguno Manor House in Lessito, was not attended by the 17-year-old Crown Prince due to his busy calendar, which includes a tour of the UAE this weekend. Plans for the announcement have been on hold for several weeks due to the scheduling problems, and a decision was taken by the Royal Family to allow the Storna's to announce it without the Crown Prince present. Alessia attended the announcement alongside her father, Lord Anton Storna, and her mother, Lady Margaery Storna. A public unveiling of the new royal couple will occur this Christmas, in the annual Royal Portrait prior to the Queen's Speech.

Storna History

The Storna family descends from an ancient house from Lessito province that owns vast estate in the region, including some of its most famous wineries, vineyards and private art collections. The Seguno's were once united with the Celestine monarchy in the 13th century, but not by Alessia's direct ancestors.
"The Storna household has a huge wealth - having succeeded the Seguno family line through a daughter, the family is one of the last remaining strongholds of the ancient realms of Cattala," said royal history analyst Daniel Maglioso, "and this relationship, which seems to have been kept very strong and very quiet over the past year, could have massive implications for the monarchy and the wealth of the crown estate in the future. It appears to be a very carefully crafted relationship, and Ms Storna will be very prepared for the life of a royal's partner thanks to her lineage and status in society."

Alessia Storna herself is deputy financial director of her family's estate and co-ordinates a team of financial advisors to the Storna family and the Seguno Museum, one of the largest family museums in Cattala. Storna recently graduated from the Lessito School of Economics, which was founded by her family 180 years ago.

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Post by Thomas on 23rd December 2011, 20:57




Princess Gabriella, who is rumoured to have been requested to attend the Hiijaran court, at a public event this weekend.

Hiigaran Crown seeks meeting with Princess Gabriella, Rumours of marriage proposals
Cattala expected to decline request for a union of the Cattalian and Kushan houses

The court of Hiigara's King has requested a meeting with Princess Gabriella, Duchess of the Cape, in what is believed to be a plan to arrange a marital union with the Bonnecelli family. The Third Nogovicka Ball is also expected to be the setting of a meeting with leading diplomats from the Crowned Republic of Calaré, which is reportedly interested in a union with the wealthy and powerful Hiijaran monarchy. Cattala's crown, one of the wealthiest in Europe, would be a greater asset to the King of Hiigara and his wife, the Queen of Ascadylea and the couple are said to be "enthusiastic" about marrying a lesser royal to the former Princess Regent.

However the Bonnecelli's are less than amused about the invitation. "In Cattala, we do things our own way. No foreign royals have requested the marriage of a highborn Princess since the British era, when the Celestine's were hardly in a state to run their affairs in the correct manner." said one royal source. The Duchess of the Cape herself is said to be "less than enthused" about the idea of living in Hiigara. "We may be a traditional monarchy, but we don't do arranged marriages for diplomatic reasons any more." added our source.

Outside of the royal household, the government is also apprehensive at the prospect of a Cattalian-Hiijaran union. "The Hiigaran Confederacy is not a friend of the people of Cattala, regardless of our diplomatic links with them. Any marriage will be badly received by the public and could affect future diplomatic dealings with the confederacy." replied a government adviser when asked about the meeting.

Publicly, no statement has been made by either the Offices of the Monarchy or the Government.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 23rd December 2011, 22:00

Syldavians heard these rumors and screamed: Monarchy for tories! Socialism for progress!

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