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The Federation of Separatist council

“Trade and prosperity”

Category: New York Times Democracy
Civil Rights:
Below Average
Economy:
Strong
Political Freedoms:
Superb

Location: Separatist Alliance

Regional Influence: Hegemony

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The Federation of Separatist council is a massive, safe nation, ruled by count dooku with a fair hand, and renowned for its compulsory military service and irreverence towards religion. The hard-working, democratic population of 2.825 billion Inhabitant of confederacies enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.

The tiny government juggles the competing demands of Defense, Law & Order, and Welfare. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of raxus secundus. The average income tax rate is 7.8%.

The strong Separatist economy, worth 166 trillion confederacy credits a year, is driven almost entirely by the private sector, which is broadly diversified and led by the Book Publishing industry, with major contributions from Information Technology, Trout Farming, and Automobile Manufacturing. Average income is 58,944 confederacy credits, with the richest citizens earning 5.4 times as much as the poorest.

Class action lawsuits have gone up in smoke thanks to government interference, kids are arrested at gunpoint for playing with toy rifles, Separatist council has designated raxus secundus as its capital city, and Count dooku has just been declared ruler of Separatist council in an international press conference. Crime, especially youth-related, is relatively low. Separatist council's national animal is the acklay.

Separatist council is ranked 123,575th in the world and 2nd in Separatist Alliance for Most Politically Apathetic Citizens, with 50 Whatever.

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Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 15,763rdLargest Insurance Industry: 19,200thLargest Trout Fishing Sector: 22,689th

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