Region/100 Nations of Conquest

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100 Nations Of Conquest
Founder Ommastrephes
WA Delegate No Delegate
Members 22
 -  of which WA 0
Regional population
 -  2014 estimate 557 billion
GRP N/A
Regional HDI 0.510
low
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100 Nations of Conquest

100 Nations Of Conquest is a medium-sized region, with a thriving community of 22 nations.

The straight-backed, broad-smiling populace of 100 Nations Of Conquest eagerly dismissed concerns of oppression. Nations in the region are considered developing democracies, with some political freedoms afforded to denizens. The economy of the region is remarkably unremarkable, with members being neither powerhouses nor basket cases. The median tax rate of the region is 26%, but is frequently higher for the wealthy. The economies of nations in the region tend to be weighted more towards the private sector, with on average only 42% of the economy comprising the public sector. Commerce within the region is an irrelevant annoyance to governments.

In 100 Nations Of Conquest education, when conducted, is done with sticks and mud. Criminality is rife within the region, with law enforcement struggling to cope. Governments allocate a meagre 2%, on average, of their budgets to law and order. Nations within the region are forced to use soft fruit and harsh language in the field of battle, with no government funds being set aside for defense. Due to the lack of any Public transport, streets are packed with cars, bikes, and assorted noisy vehicles.

In 100 Nations Of Conquest, government departments are frequently completely unaware of one another, such is size of administration departments. Hospital patients are given credit checks upon passing through emergency rooms, as no government provision is made for healthcare in the region. Welfare in the region is minimal, with only a small amount of expenditure being devoted to spending on social security. Governments in the region are avowedly atheist - no public funds are allocated to spirituality.

In 100 Nations Of Conquest, Social inequality is total, with wealth being held by a tiny fraction of the region's populace. Natural environments are quite bad, although some measures have been undertaken to ensure that the environment is protected.