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The Union of Neko Dictatorship of Loush Land

“Inside our tattered heart and wounded arm there's home!” Dear Comrade Rio Daszare

Category: Psychotic Dictatorship
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Regional Influence: Auxiliary

Location: The Everlasting Kawaii Empire



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Welcome to the Neko-Loushinist Dictatorship Union of Loush Land or Neko Union for short! Neko Union is a country that has been around since 2019 at NationStates time. Neko Union itself is a country that has a lot of history during its international career, including maintaining peace and strong cooperation between one country and another. Neko Union is a sovereign country with a mixed system that houses many tribes and races, because of the many differences in this country, but this country is trying hard to keep this country intact and thankfully, until now, this country is firmly standing, cementing differences to become its own source of power and philosophy.

Did you know that the name 'Loush Land' is taken from an old language word which when translated into English means 'Lush'? After 1960, the government then added 'Landia' or 'Land' in English.

Neko Union also has many semi-independent states, otherwise known as Enshuo. Different from the federal form, Neko Union adhered to a centralist union under a dictatorship and one-party multi-coalition system consisting of several semi-independent states and some direct central territories governed directly by a central state. This system is commonly known and widely used by neighboring countries. Enshuo, which is part of Neko Union, has an important role in propelling most of the military and food supplies.

An interesting fact about Neko Union is how this country has survived all the internal rebellions that have occurred for decades, but the interesting thing is that the revolutionary government or government formed after the coup always puts the Neko Union national security first as built by the ancestors of this country since 1716. This is much appreciated by many other countries, especially countries that often experience divisions and civil wars.