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The Largest Governments in Commonwealth of Liberty

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As a region, Commonwealth of Liberty is ranked 3,416th in the world for Largest Governments.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Armed Corporations of Aurora IslandsCapitalist Paradise“If you have money, nothing is impossible!”
2.The Dictatorship of New USAsIron Fist Consumerists“One people, One nation, One leader”
3.The Federal Republic of Columbia UnitedLeft-wing Utopia“Liberty, Equality, Diversity, and Justice!”
4.The I hereby resign of MolboviaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Allāh, al-Waṭan, ath-Thawrah, al-Waḥdah”
5.The State of -Liberty CityCapitalist Paradise“E Pluribus Unum”
6.The United States of ParamounticaCivil Rights Lovefest“E Pluribus Unum”
7.The Transvaal Empire of The Confederate Prussian EmpireDemocratic Socialists“Für Südafrika, für den Kaiser”
8.The Republic of Xiatao of Southeastern XiataoLeft-Leaning College State“中華民國”
9.The Former UkrSSR City of Pripyat IndustriesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“For your freedom and ours!”
10.The Nomadic Confederation of NarulthitCivil Rights Lovefest“By the Wagon Wheel”
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The Kingdom of Czechoslovakia of Vornej

Lemlar wrote:don't welcome the problem child back in.

I wont cause anymore problems I swear

The Kingdom of Czechoslovakia of Vornej

Bulgarian Romanian Republic wrote:Don't really you just say that too me 😠

just ignore him man he just isnt mature enough to move on

The Suomen Tasavalta of Agrariah

Orange sus vote him out

The Empire of Mauzea

Agrariah wrote:Orange sus vote him out

No. I think it was green. He just sliced this dude in half. Saw the animation too!

The República do Brasil of Lemlar

Vornej wrote:just ignore him man he just isnt mature enough to move on

Talk about maturity when you have issues.

The Empire of Japan of Philanialle

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“...I love my country, I love my people, I hope I won't disappoint 
everyone who made it possible for me to be here
as the leader of this powerful nation...”
Shinjirō Koizumi, Japanese Prime Minister




𝟐𝟎𝟏𝟕 — 𝑪𝑼𝑹𝑹𝑬𝑵𝑻

Shinjirō Koizumi
小泉 進次郎

Naomi Sato

November 1st 2017 to Today

November 1st 2017 to Today

14 April 1981 (age 39)
Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan

18 Octorber 1990 (age 30)
Nagoya, Japan

Liberal Democratic Party

Liberal Democratic Party

Sayuri Kato

GEN. Yamamoto

November 1st 2017 to Today

May 28th 2020 to Today

1 December 1982 (age 38)
Tokyo, Japan

21 February 1954 (age 66)
Kyoto, Japan

Liberal Democratic Party


Toshimitsu Motegi
茂木 敏充

Tarō Asō

November 1st 2017 to Today

November 1st 2017 to Today

20 September 1940 (age 80)
Iizuka, Fukuoka, Japan

21 February 1954 (age 64)
Kyoto, Japan

Liberal Democratic Party

Liberal Democratic Party

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The First Koizumi Cabinet was formed in September 1st 2017 by Prime Minister Shinjiro Koizumi and is the incumbent goverment of Japan. The government is a coalition between the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito and controls both the upper and lower houses of the National Diet.







Lower House of National Diet



Tadamori Oshima (LDP)

Vice Speaker

Hirotaka Akamatsu (LDP)

Prime Minister

Shinjirō Koizumi (LDP)

Leader of the Opposition

Yukio Edano (CDP)






Majority (184)
LDP (154)
Komeito (030)

Opposition (108)
CDP / DPFP / SDP (076)
JCP (021)
Ishin (008)
Kibo (002)
NHK (001)

Independents (008)
Independents (008)

Length of term

Four years


Last election

October 22, 2017

Next election

October 22, 2021




Upper House of National Diet



Akiko Santō (LDP)

Vice President

Toshio Ogawa (LDP)






Government (184)
LDP (154)
Komeito (030)

Opposition (108)
CDP / SDP (063)
DPFP / Green Breeze (019)
JCP (017)
Ishin (006)
Reiwa (002)
NHK (001)

Independents (008)
Kibo (003)
Independents (005)

Length of term

Four years


Last election

October 22, 2017

Next election

October 22, 2021


From Colpedia, the free CoL encyclopedia

Diet, also called (1889–1947) Imperial Diet, Japanese Kokkai (“National Assembly”), or Teikoku Gikai (“Imperial Assembly”), the national legislature of Japan.


Under the Meiji Constitution of 1889, the Imperial Diet was established on the basis of two houses with coequal powers. The upper house, the House of Peers (Kizokuin), was almost wholly appointive. Initially, its membership was slightly less than 300, but it was subsequently increased to approximately 400. The peers were intended to represent the top rank and quality of the nation and to serve as a check upon the lower house. The pre-World War II House of Representatives (Shūgiin) was originally composed of 300 members, all elected, but gradually this number was increased to 466. Its powers were in many respects largely negative. Without Diet approval, no bill could become law. The government did have the right to issue imperial ordinances in case of an emergency, but if these were to remain in effect the Diet had to approve them at its next session. There was one significant limitation upon the traditional legislative control over the purse strings. If the Diet did not pass the budget in a manner acceptable to the government, the government had the right to apply the budget for the previous year. This provision was borrowed from Prussian practice. The Diet did not initiate important legislation; this was chiefly the function of the executive.

𝐂𝐮𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐂𝐨𝐦𝐩𝐨𝐬𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧

Under the Constitution of 1947 the Diet, renamed Kokkai, was drastically altered both in structure and in powers. There remained two houses, the House of Representatives (Shūgiin) and the House of Councillors (Sangiin). The latter takes the place of the old House of Peers and has a membership of 300 consisting of two categories: 148 councillors elected from the nation at large with the remaining 152 elected as prefectural representatives. Every voter may cast a ballot for one candidate in each category, giving him a total of two votes. The members of the House of Councillors serve for six years, with one-half of the members standing for election every three years. The House of Councillors cannot be dissolved in case of conflict between it and the executive branch. The balance of power, though, lies in the lower house, where general agreement with executive policy must prevail. In case of a deadlock between the two houses over the selection of a prime minister, the vote of the lower house takes precedence. The budget must be submitted first to the lower house; if the two houses cannot agree, the position of the lower house prevails after 30 days. This same provision applies to treaties. With other legislation, if the councillors reject a bill or refuse to act upon it within 60 days, the House of Representatives can make it law by repassing it by a two-thirds majority of the members present.

The House of Representatives has 300 members elected from 120 electoral districts. Each district has from three to five representatives, but the voter casts only one ballot, with the candidates receiving the highest number of votes being elected. Lower-house members are elected for a term of four years, but the house can be dissolved at any time by the government, in which case elections must be held within 40 days.

As in the past, the Japanese Diet rarely initiates important legislation; such laws ordinarily come to the Diet under cabinet sponsorship. However, an individual member’s bill can be introduced in the lower house if it has been signed by 20 or more members, and in the upper house with the signature of 10 or more members. Under Diet law, the committee system has been drastically altered to accord more with U.S. practice. Each house has slightly more than 20 standing committees dealing with such subjects as foreign affairs, finance, and education. Government legislation goes first to the appropriate committee, where it is examined and often vigorously debated. Membership on these committees is determined by the Diet in rough accordance with the party ratios in each house. A member normally retains his assignments as long as he sits in the Diet. Thus he develops some detailed knowledge and may provide a challenge to government policymakers of opposing parties or convictions.

Japanese politics in the second half of the 20th century has revolved around the Diet. That body is no longer on the periphery as it was under the Meiji Constitution. Moreover, with all adults over 21 eligible to vote, the Diet is more representative of the public will than it has been at any time in the past. Certain historic problems remain, however. Large-scale scandals are not lacking; the basic causes of corruption have not been eliminated. Even provided with constitutional support, the Diet has had some difficulty establishing itself as a respected body in the eyes of many of the Japanese people. Slowly, however, democratic procedures have acquired a tradition and an acceptance in Japan.

𝐏𝐨𝐥𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐜𝐚𝐥 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐢𝐞𝐬

Party (Acronym)

Party President

House of Councillors

House of Representatives

Political Position




Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)

Shinjiro Koizumi PM Reps.

154 envoys

154 envoys


Conservatism, Japanese nationalism, Right-wing populism
Japanese neoconservatism / Factions : Ultranationalism, Social conservatism, Liberalism


Constitutional Democratic Party (CDP)

Yukio Edano Reps.

076 envoys

063 envoys


Progressivism, Social liberalism, Constitutionalism


Democratic Party for the People (DPFP)

Yūichirō Tamaki Reps.

019 envoys

021 envoys

Centre to Centre-right

Conservatism, Liberalism, Popular sovereignty



Natsuo Yamaguchi Coun.

030 envoys

030 envoys


Conservatism, Cultural conservatism, Pacifism


Japanese Communist Party (JCP)

Kazuo Shii Reps.

017 envoys

021 envoys

Left-wing to far-left

Communism, Scientific socialism, Pacifism


Nippon Ishin no Kai

Ichirō Matsui
Mayor of Osaka

008 envoys

006 envoys

Centre-right to right-wing

Conservatism, Economic liberalism, Federalism (Dōshūsei)
Decentralization, Free education, Limited government
Right-wing populism


Social Democratic Party (SDP)

Mizuho Fukushima Coun.

002 envoys

002 envoys

Centre to Centre-right

Social democracy, Democratic socialism


Reiwa Shinsengumi

Tarō Yamamoto

002 envoys

000 envoys


Progressivism, Left-wing populism


The Party to Protect the People from NHK

Takashi Tachibana

001 envoys

001 envoys


Anti-NHK license policy, Populism


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The Republic of Kayermark


        THE EAGLE

        12th AUGUST 2020


      Dominik Tarczyński to become Prime Minister

    By Walery Pawlak

    | HEADQUARTERS OF PiS, Białystok - | Rumours have been manifesting within the last few weeks, concerning the possibility that Mateusz Morawiecki may step down - now from the Headquarters of PiS in Białystok, the country has official news, and with it, a new Prime Minister |

    Ever since the rumour mill took off in full swing, one thing had been almost certain - Mateusz Morawiecki would resign. Citing health reasons, Mr Morawiecki gave a tearful statement before a virtual gathering of top Prawo i Sprawiedliwość party officials, professing his gratitude for maintaining the support of the party for the past three years and then opened the floor to the party teller to confirm the results of the PiS leadership elections.

    Tearing open a manilla envelope, the teller leans forward a little towards the microphone, the lectern wrapped in the Polish flag. This moment is being streamed both online and on television - the teller begins to read the document contained in the envelope:

    | TELLER, PiS | - As Teller-General of Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, I do confirm that I have personally certified the following results, and that a new leader of Prawo i Sprawiedliwość has been faithfully elected as follows:

      2020 Prawo i Sprawiedliwość Leadership Election

      Electorate - 33,004

      Dominik Tarczyński - 24,335 (73.7%)
      Jaroslaw Piatek - 8,667 (26.3%)

      Rejected Ballots - 2 (NOT COUNTED IN OVERALL PERCENTAGE)

    Tarczyński, alongside Piatek and a skeleton TV crew were all present at the headquarters, and Tarczyński rose to the lectern to the somewhat muted applause of Mr Piatek, whom he had just destroyed.

    | DOMINIK TARCZYŃSKI, PRIME MINISTER OF POLAND | - My friends, my colleagues... today is a great day for this party. First of all, I thank you all for entrusting me as leader of PiS and in turn as Prime Minister of Poland. Today is the day this party presses forward - presses forward with the promises it made to the Polish people in mind. We promised to our voters the best possible Poland, the strongest Poland, the most successful Poland... We made these promises last year in the election in which the people bestowed upon us the power to shape this country for the better, once again. It may not have been by the margin we would have liked, but the fact of the matter remains: We have been trusted to bring great things to Poland. And we will absolutely do so.

    Mr Tarczyński is to speak before the Sejm tomorrow, which will be his first major act as Prime Minister. Tarczyński is understood to be unhappy with the current layout of the Polish Parliament, his predecessor, despite having retained PiS's majority in the Sejm (under the United Right), lost its majority in the Senate. Regardless, PiS will push on with its controversial policies which some have incorrectly assessed as being racist, xenophobic and homophobic - among others.

The Russian Empire of Alzarikstan

Tsar Vladimir Putin Implements Five-Year Economic Itinerary for Developmental Prosperity Initiative

On national television, Tsar Vladimir Putin signed into action a comprehensive economic plan for the Russian Empire for 2020-2025 to maintain economic growth and to bring development to "off the grid" regions of the vast Empire, including reconstruction of Syria. The Grand Parliament of Russia has been motioned to begin adopting a series of fiscal reforms aimed at improving the fiscal contract arrangements between different levels of governments. After fiscal reforms, it is projected and guaranteed by Russian economists that local and upper level governments will successfully share fiscal revenues according to a predetermined formula. Since the local governments will be allowed to keep a significant portion of the increased local revenues, they will face stronger incentives to increase local revenue. The Russian Parliament and the Imperial Council of the Imperium has stressed that fiscal decentralization need not result in faster growth unless it is the local governments that have the incentives to use increased finances productively. Since the beginning of the Tsardom, political conformity has given way to economic performance and other competence‐related indicators as the new criteria for a new foundation of promotion and performance. The promotion of specialized cadres’ will now be largely based on competition in several key economic indicators, including economic and fiscal revenue growth rates, and some central mandates, such as family planning. To further legitimize the policies and indications previously mentioned, these indicators have been ordered to be written into local leaders’ contracts. Because of these contracts, tremendous, yet productive and salubrious pressure is created for local government personnel to compete with each other through superior regional performance. Because now Russian capital is largely becoming mobile, these counties and states must now compete for capital in a pro‐business environment wherein investors are trying to maximize returns.

Strong incentives for local governments to achieve rapid economic growth is the image that the current Russian government is using to help explain why Russia has started to show strong signs of modernization and quick growth despite a lack of well-defined property rights protection in the current yet transforming legal system in addition to the ongoing pandemic. In fact, because of such, it is seen by the Tsar that competition serves as the disciplinary mechanism by which local governments provide de jure protection of investors’ property rights. To summarize the enhanced Russian economic initiative, the Russian Parliament has announced that it plans to use both fiscal incentives and personnel policies to ensure that local governments use their financial empowerment to increase economic growth. One of the major grand projects to be pursued is the Caucasus Freight Corridor and the Donbas Industrial Corridor.

The Caucasus Freight Corridor is designated as a broad gauge freight corridor under construction by the newly established Russia Railway Group, which is a state-owned sole proprietorship enterprise as well as a state-owned industrial enterprise that cooperates with the Ministry of Industry and Trade along with 20% ownership by the Imperial Family. The goal will be to connect Armenia and Georgia to the Donbas region via Crimea. This corridor will cover a distance of approximately 1400 km and would be electrified with double line operation. The Donbas Industrial Corridor (DIC) is a planned industrial development project in Novorossiya; however, the DIC will connect to a Belarusian Industrial Corridor, Caucasus Industrial Corridor, and the Central Asian Mining & Industrial Corridor. Vladimir Putin has intended for the DIC and planned BIC, CIC, and the ongoing CAMIC to be a high-tech industrial zone spread across Novorossiya, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Crimea, Russian Caucasus, and the Central Asian States, Delhi being a Union Territory while the Caucasus Freight Corridor and the Trans-Siberian Rail Network operating and serving as its backbone. The Industrial Corridors will include in total 45 new industrial regions, 10 smart cities, five new airports, eight power projects, three new mass rapid transit systems, and four logistical hubs.

The Grand Parliament of Russia has announced that a total of 30 special investment nodes are conceived to be created by the government, that would support manufacturing, however, any type of industry could be set up. The main role of these hubs is to facilitate businesses, set up their factories quickly without any hiccups in land acquisition and resources, and providing cheap, fast, and efficient transportation to ports and the rest of the nation. The government would play the role of the facilitator to encourage businesses to invest more by providing a "stable environment".

The Russian Empire of Alzarikstan

Connomia wrote:Sebastian Hallström:
"I fully understand that you don't want the Russian Embassy to get involved in foreign affairs. I will try my hardest to make sure that the embassy stays out of this. First, let me show you the evidence."

Sebastian scrounged in the car for a while before finding a briefcase. The briefcase holds a document and a tablet. He gave it to the FSB soldier who brought it to Tatarintsev.

The documents are official government papers from the Red-Greens which outline a plan to tamper with voting machines so they don't vote for the Sweden Democrats and the SEP while getting the Liberals and Moderates to join the Red-Greens. It also mentions to watch out for stuff sent from the address of the Embassy.

The tablet had pictures of the voting machines opened up be tampered with and a crate containing more that was labeled with the address of the embassy. It also had 3 videos of 3 members of the Riksdag that were questioned. They talked about their involvement and the details if their plan. They also talked about how they were told about the Russian Embassy.


Victor Ivanovitj Tatarintsev:

    "These could easily be forged and manipulated with digital media technology. Furthermore, this does not entail that any Russian operatives have communicated nor cooperated with this scandal...rather scheme to delegitimize the reputation of the Empire. Furthermore, this does not directly connect any questionable nor foul activities by the Russian Embassy or any of my staff here to indicate that Russia is seeking to undermine your political institutions. This is rather heresy to use my country as a scapegoat. This will not work nor are these documents credible."

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