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Commonwealth of Liberty contains 152 nations, the 139th most in the world.

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1.The Armed Corporations of Aurora IslandsCapitalist Paradise“If you have money, nothing is impossible!”
2.The United States of ParamounticaCivil Rights Lovefest“E Pluribus Unum”
3.The Holy Kingdom of Roman Tri-State RepublicCorporate Bordello“Sic Parivs Magna”
4.The Unidad del Cono Sur of NevbrejnovitzFather Knows Best State“United through Freedom”
5.The Empire of Weeaboo OtakuFather Knows Best State“We yearn for gender equality.”
6.The Conglomerate of American imperiumCapitalist Paradise“libertatem democratia et regulae juris”
7.The Colony of Cave ClanCivil Rights Lovefest“Dont step on snakes”
8.The Confederacy of New ArcatorAnarchy“Better Dead Than Red”
9.The Provisional Administration of GhedelandLeft-Leaning College State“Science, Culture, Paix”
10.The Free Land of AynRandsitanBenevolent Dictatorship“Death or liberty”
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The Republic of Mesuvia

Congo Federation Bomoko wrote:Abu Roma: Alright well, before we go further into the Uganda issue, I am a man of transparency and so I owe it to you to be honest. Saudi Arabia & Congo are actually very good allies, they are investing heavily in Congoís STEM projects, infrastructure & businesses. I would go as far as to argue that Egypt & Saudi Arabia becoming allies at some point is necessary for the stability of the Muslim world as we enter the New World Order of multipolarism. What do you think?

| President Sisi | "I truly have tried. But they demand nothing but subordination, not even a partnership, and on top of that, when we did negotiate and I refused to go back on my alliance with the Galla, they kept sanctions. Change must be made on their end for the good of the Muslim World. Believe me, I have tried."

The Allied States of Congo Federation Bomoko

Mesuvia wrote:| President Sisi | "I truly have tried. But they demand nothing but subordination, not even a partnership, and on top of that, when we did negotiate and I refused to go back on my alliance with the Galla, they kept sanctions. Change must be made on their end for the good of the Muslim World. Believe me, I have tried."

Abu Roma:

ďWell in that case, let us leave the matter of Egypt & Saudi. I have made my stance clear and you respect my friendship with the Arabians therefore I respect your rights to do what is within your interests. Nevertheless, on the Uganda issue we hope that Egypt will be neutral on what Congo decides to do about Sudanís presence in the country, yes?

The Republic of Mesuvia

Congo Federation Bomoko wrote:Abu Roma:

ďWell in that case, let us leave the matter of Egypt & Saudi. I have made my stance clear and you respect my friendship with the Arabians therefore I respect your rights to do what is within your interests. Nevertheless, on the Uganda issue we hope that Egypt will be neutral on what Congo decides to do about Sudanís presence in the country, yes?

| President Sisi | "Yes, of course. I have no leanings toward Galla or Sudan on this matter, and in my opinion both are in the wrong. But, I also have an interesting proposition for you if you would be willing."

The Allied States of Congo Federation Bomoko

Mesuvia wrote:| President Sisi | "Yes, of course. I have no leanings toward Galla or Sudan on this matter, and in my opinion both are in the wrong. But, I also have an interesting proposition for you if you would be willing."

Abu Roma:

ďIím all ears brother...Ē

The Republic of Mesuvia

Congo Federation Bomoko wrote:Abu Roma:

ďIím all ears brother...Ē

| President Sisi | "In order to avoid and resolve situations like the one we have in Uganda, I'm proposing that we restart the African Union again."

The Allied States of Congo Federation Bomoko

Mesuvia wrote:| President Sisi | "In order to avoid and resolve situations like the one we have in Uganda, I'm proposing that we restart the African Union again."

Abu Roma raised a brow and began stroking his chin as he peered at President Sisi through his spectacles. The Islamic Federation of Congo had once been a staunch supporter of increased continental cooperation under its nationalistic founding father Nkosi Ali who ruled from 1960 to 1985. However, after him the Congolese Congress lost interest in Africa as a continent and has ever since focused solely on Islamic cooperation. Furthermore, the period of isolationism in the 90s led a huge cultural shift in Congo whereby many Congolese developed a superiority complex over their less stable, non-Muslim neighbours. Abu Roma however was quite interested by this proposition nonetheless.

Abu Roma:

ďRestart the African Union... this would be very controversial indeed. However what would be itís main goal. Pan-Africanism is a dead ideology which the Congolese people would not get behind nor would the Congolese government appreciate. But if it were economic in nature perhaps African countries would be less inclined to go to war with one another... please do expand...

The Republic of Mesuvia

Congo Federation Bomoko wrote:Abu Roma raised a brow and began stroking his chin as he peered at President Sisi through his spectacles. The Islamic Federation of Congo had once been a staunch supporter of increased continental cooperation under its nationalistic founding father Nkosi Ali who ruled from 1960 to 1985. However, after him the Congolese Congress lost interest in Africa as a continent and has ever since focused solely on Islamic cooperation. Furthermore, the period of isolationism in the 90s led a huge cultural shift in Congo whereby many Congolese developed a superiority complex over their less stable, non-Muslim neighbours. Abu Roma however was quite interested by this proposition nonetheless.

Abu Roma:

ďRestart the African Union... this would be very controversial indeed. However what would be itís main goal. Pan-Africanism is a dead ideology which the Congolese people would not get behind nor would the Congolese government appreciate. But if it were economic in nature perhaps African countries would be less inclined to go to war with one another... please do expand...

| President Sisi | "Indeed Egypt is not very interested in Pan-Africanism either as you know. But I can see the African Union mostly remaining like a peacekeeping operation within Africa with recent conflicts like the Chadian Civil War, and now this Uganda thing. And it will be a nice boost to African economies as we can grow together and united in a bloc. There's also other things we can cooperate on like space, technology, farming... the list goes on. Point is that the African Union has many purposes other than Pan-Africanism, and will be a stabilizer instead of foreign powers intervening in our continent."

The Allied States of Congo Federation Bomoko

Mesuvia wrote:| President Sisi | "Indeed Egypt is not very interested in Pan-Africanism either as you know. But I can see the African Union mostly remaining like a peacekeeping operation within Africa with recent conflicts like the Chadian Civil War, and now this Uganda thing. And it will be a nice boost to African economies as we can grow together and united in a bloc. There's also other things we can cooperate on like space, technology, farming... the list goes on. Point is that the African Union has many purposes other than Pan-Africanism, and will be a stabilizer instead of foreign powers intervening in our continent."

Abu Roma:

ďThen let the name African Union die. It had a poor reputation for incompetence anyways. If we are to start an organisation promoting African cooperation we should rename it something new. How about the African Cooperation League (ACL)? I donít think itís a bad idea. In fact if we can work on projects together on things such as sustainable energy, technology, regional conflicts and trade then I believe African countries will be in a better position in the future. After all, the continent will witness a huge population boom in coming years and climate change will be a real issue too. Also, the world is advancing in AI & while Congo is working arduously to develop in that field on its own, it would be good to more continental cooperation in the sciences... Iíll tell you what, if Egypt can get Galla & Sudan behind it then we will support it and even attend a conference where we can discuss the Uganda issue and see if we can resolve it and cooperate further. But I wonít get my hopes up.

The Republic of Mesuvia

Congo Federation Bomoko wrote:Abu Roma:

ďThen let the name African Union die. It had a poor reputation for incompetence anyways. If we are to start an organisation promoting African cooperation we should rename it something new. How about the African Cooperation League (ACL)? I donít think itís a bad idea. In fact if we can work on projects together on things such as sustainable energy, technology, regional conflicts and trade then I believe African countries will be in a better position in the future. After all, the continent will witness a huge population boom in coming years and climate change will be a real issue too. Also, the world is advancing in AI & while Congo is working arduously to develop in that field on its own, it would be good to more continental cooperation in the sciences... Iíll tell you what, if Egypt can get Galla & Sudan behind it then we will support it and even attend a conference where we can discuss the Uganda issue and see if we can resolve it and cooperate further. But I wonít get my hopes up.

| President Sisi | "For sure for sure... I'll see what I can do. Egypt is making great strides in the tech sector as well, with multiple satellites in space already, and our modern city in Memphis, and we would glad to cooperate with Africa on this. I'm not sure how far I can get with convincing the Sudanese and Gallans to joining said league, but I'll try. Is there any proposals you may have before I go on?"

The Allied States of Congo Federation Bomoko

Mesuvia wrote:| President Sisi | "For sure for sure... I'll see what I can do. Egypt is making great strides in the tech sector as well, with multiple satellites in space already, and our modern city in Memphis, and we would glad to cooperate with Africa on this. I'm not sure how far I can get with convincing the Sudanese and Gallans to joining said league, but I'll try. Is there any proposals you may have before I go on?"

Abu Roma:

ďSince Covid-19 lockdowns we implemented between 2020-22, a large part of the Congolese retail and B2B sector shifted to online services. A digital revolution has been taking place in Congo for about a decade now with around 87% of the population having access to the internet. Us investing our great mineral wealth back into businesses, education and finance has meant that we have a population of 90+ million people with a young growing middle class, with growing demand for online services. But there isnít enough Congolese tech companies to fulfil the demand as of yet, so we would like to incentivise Egyptian entrepreneurs to set up tech startups here in Congo & would also like for Egyptian software engineers & AI developers to come to Congo and work on various projects. We would also like Congolese e-commerce platforms, which have grown tremendously to be able to operate in Egypt more freely. We could call this a Congo-Egypt Innovation Initiative. This would boost business cooperation & encourage entrepreneurialism in our two countries as we enter the digital age.

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