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Sierra Lyricalia
GA Secretariat
 
Posts: 3459
Founded: Nov 29, 2008
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Sierra Lyricalia » Sun Mar 03, 2019 8:08 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? Yes.

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes.

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes (no, they are not interfered with).

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Yes.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Define "excessive." By early 21st Century standards ("This here is why the USA is the greatest country ever..." and now let's recite the Pledge of Allegiance!), we are extremely free in this regard. But the educational system would be remiss if it did not address the flaws of capitalist "democracy."

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes.

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? HELL yes.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes.

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes.

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? What does "excessive" mean? Beyond a certain point, private ownership is indistinguishable from economic exploitation. We try to strike a balance, but err on the side of avoiding exploitation. See factbooks for details.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes.

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes!
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A m e n r i a
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Posts: 3250
Founded: Jun 08, 2017
Democratic Socialists

Postby A m e n r i a » Sun Mar 03, 2019 8:36 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? The Amenrian government is so fair we have no elections! :D

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Ditto

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Ditto

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? No to former, yes to latter.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? No, but they can always challenge the Heavenly Emperor to a fight and have the throne should they win.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Are feelings democratic?

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? No elections, remember?

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yup

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? So strong even lying would result in expulsion, if not execution.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Almost every info is public. Currency patterns are not for obvious reasons. Neither is a lot of info on Heavenly Emperor Cheonsa's life as a human, though that will be disclosed in due time to maintain interdimensional stability.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? They are now.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes unless (1) said branch of religion is heretic (like ISIS) or (2) the object of worship of said religion is a demon.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yup

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Everyone knows there's 24/7 surveillance, but that's alright because we'll use that info to help them (like giving Christian citizens whay they want for Christmas)

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Somewhat

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? As long as it's nothing evil, yea.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? They are.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yup

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Of course.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Totally.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Many regulations exist to prevent misdeed, but it's possible to buy property and run businesses.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? As long as said partner is sentient and of opposite gender and their religion allows it, yes.

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yea, long live the proletariat!

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Gandoor
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Posts: 9023
Founded: Sep 23, 2008
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Gandoor » Sun Mar 03, 2019 8:40 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Yes

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Yes

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Mostly, while the state does encourage economic growth via property and business ownership, we do have numerous regulations and restrictions aimed at preventing the existence of monopolies or other various forms of exploitation and manipulation of the economy.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes
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Japan and Pacific States
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Posts: 607
Founded: Apr 09, 2016
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Japan and Pacific States » Sun Mar 03, 2019 8:44 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? No

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? No

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? No

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? No

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? No

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? No

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? No

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Mostly

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? No

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? No

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? In public: Unless it's Shintoism, no. In private: Yes

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? No

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? No

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?No

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? No

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? No

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? No

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? To a degree.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Mostly. Naturally there is no freedom of movement in regards to military installations.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?They have a right to freely choose but not divorce

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes
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Ferlhizlishia
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Posts: 9
Founded: Feb 04, 2019
Scandinavian Liberal Paradise

Postby Ferlhizlishia » Sun Mar 03, 2019 9:27 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections?
no, we are Monarchy

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections?
no

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?
no, we don't have elections

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?
there is no election
B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally?
there is no election
B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces?
there is no election
B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections?
there is no election

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy?
The Queen determine the national policy

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?
We have very strong law in place to protect our people against corruption

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open?
yes

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?
Independent yes, but not private, they are public medias.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?
religion is outlawed. only atheism is allowed

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?
yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?
yes

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?
yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?
yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize?
yes

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?
yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process?
yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?
yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?
yes

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?
yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?
Private business is outlawed, this is a socialist nation

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?
yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation?
yes

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New Transeurasia
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1082
Founded: Dec 22, 2016
Left-Leaning College State

Postby New Transeurasia » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:32 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Yes

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? No. Protests may be dispersed by riot police if they get out of hand or annoy too many people or block streets.

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Only in public and government-owned corporations

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes
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Bengal and Assam
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Posts: 676
Founded: Jun 18, 2017
Democratic Socialists

Postby Bengal and Assam » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:56 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? No, he's chosen by the Mikado. But is nominated by the National Diet

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes, but formation of extremely left leaning parties are usually frowned upon

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Yes

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Mostly Yes

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? As long as its Sakura Shintoism,Yes. In private, other religions are allowed to be expressed

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? As long as they aren't too powerful

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? They are free to choose, but an investigation is done by a third party during divorces

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Somewhat
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Grand Unity of the Righteous Nation Cele
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 102
Founded: Sep 01, 2018
Ex-Nation

Postby Grand Unity of the Righteous Nation Cele » Sun Mar 03, 2019 11:36 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections?: Usually no. The position of Grand Monarch is hereditary, though in cases where no suitable heir is found, the new Grand Monarch is elected from the rulers of the four petty kindoms that make up our nation.

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections?: Mostly. Legislature is decided by a democratically elected Parliament and meritocratic Military Command.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?: Yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?: Yes.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally?: Yes.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces?: Every citizen is required to undergo a period of one year of military service reaching adulthood. This policy was set in place by our first and current Grand Monarch.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections?: Yes.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy?: Yes.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?: Yes. Most notable being the Treasury; a democratically elected non-legislative branch of the goverment that decides wages and budgets of the Parliament and the Military Command while being purposefully separated from both of them.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open?: Mostly. Military Command is opaque for the sake of national security.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?: Yes.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?: No. Religion has been outlawed.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?: Yes.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?: Yes.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?: Yes.

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?: Yes.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize?: Yes.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?: Yes.

F2: Do your people have the right to due process?: Yes.

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?: Yes.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?: Yes.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?: Yes.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?: Food production, excluding fishing, has been nationalised to prevent food prices from rising too high and for enviromental concerns.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?: Yes.

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation?: Yes.
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Dushan
Minister
 
Posts: 2292
Founded: Feb 17, 2016
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Dushan » Sun Mar 03, 2019 11:49 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? The Ruler is formally choosen, respectively elected by the Grand Council

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? The Grand Council is made up of representatives of the various estates and branches of the Dushani Empire who have imperative mandate. Their nomination and appointment is up to the estates in question, who may or may not use "free and fair" elections for the bodies that conduct the appointment of the representative in question. However the direct election of a representative is extremly uncommon and would be considered foolish, since representation is not a popularity contest.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? N/A

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? There are little formal restrictions on the establishment of own associations of political nature.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes; theres different factions among the political establishment and inside the Grand Council

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? No.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? N/A

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes, the civil government is headed by an Prime Minister whose's government is responsible for most of the day to day business.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Fairly, except in some matters of security of the realm and defence.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Most media is either public or in private hands. Aside from a few official outlets theres little to no government media around.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes in private. In public, restrictions might be in place.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? The dushani educative system is free from political indoctrination.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes. The security organs do not persecute individuals due their own individuals views.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Pretty much so to a degree.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Yes

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? The Dushan Armed Forces and the local terretorial defense are providing amble security against outer threats to the security and well being of the people living under dushani rule.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes; Howerver: The Principality of Dushan is a feudal state, whereas the different subgroups and estates have different rights and duties alike however.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes, some areas are off-limits however and sometimes people are exiled.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes, very much so

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes, mostly at least.
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Radiatia
Powerbroker
 
Posts: 7758
Founded: Oct 25, 2011
Capitalist Paradise

Postby Radiatia » Mon Mar 04, 2019 12:36 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Yes

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Mostly, yes. Certainly on a federal level - local politics is more of a minefield.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? No - while religion may be practised in private, it's frowned upon in public and more violent and barbaric religions are outright banned

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Mostly, yes

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Depends on what you mean by 'minorities'. As long as they are citizens of Radiatia then yes.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes

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Augustan America
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Posts: 93
Founded: Feb 24, 2019
Ex-Nation

Postby Augustan America » Mon Mar 04, 2019 2:44 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections?

The head of government, the Principate, is elected, but the Praesidis, the head of state, is not.

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections?

No, they are selected by the Principate (which is chosen through free and fair elections) and than vetted by the Praesidis/Emperor.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?

Generally yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?

Yes

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally?

Yes

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces?

No, the Senate and Praesidis must approve of whoever is elected as Principate.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections?

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy?

Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?

Historically yes, the government structure of the Imperium is designed so the different branches check each other. However, recently more and more power has been vested into the Praesidis at the expense of the legislative Senate, Principate and civilibus

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open?

No

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?

Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?

Libertarians, or the Cult of Columbia, is a heretical sect of Americanism that is outlawed in all parts of the country except for the Republic of Cascadia, a vassal state of the empire. Other than that, most religions are generally tolerated in the empire.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?

Not really. Students in public schools are taught from a young age about the divinity of the American pantheon (an assortment of classical Roman Gods as well as the Founding Fathers and important historical figures in American history). They are taught about the divine right of the Praesidis to rule empire.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?

Yes, unless they are espousing Libertarian beliefs.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?

Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?

Yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize?

Yes

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?

Technically the Civilbus exists as a separate branch, however the Praesidis can overturn any decisions producted by an American court.

F2: Do your people have the right to due process?

Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?

Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?

Yes

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?

Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?

Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?

Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation?

Yes
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Left-Leaning College State

Postby New Order Philippines » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:09 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Yes

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Some

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Yes

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Mostly.
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The Land of the Ephyral
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Moralistic Democracy

Postby The Land of the Ephyral » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:22 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? Yes. Every ten years, Ephyral elections (distinct from local and other forms of office-election) occur to vote into multiple offices eligible candidates of Ephyra. The head of state and government, the Archon, is the highest of these and is elected.

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? No. Whilst all members of the Senate were 'elected', in the sense that they are comprised of the men who were voted into aforementioned national offices, Senatorial seats are not up for election and are held for life by members enrolled into the Senate following completion of their term of office.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? No. In the national Ephyral elections, only full citizen (Ephyra has tiered citizenship) freeborn landholding adult males who have completed their obligatory national service, are not serving prison time, nor have been disenfranchised through the violation of particular laws, have any right to vote or stand for office.

Men of the Lykosian status, and provincial residents of tributary, free, and allied settlements may cast votes in local elections (which are a path to citizenship), whilst all foreign residents, males who have been disenfranchised or failed to complete service, slaves, and all women regardless of status are prohibited from voting in any elections.


B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? No, but primarily because Ephyra does not operate political parties to begin with. Whilst Senators and upcoming candidates do collect themselves into relatively like-minded factions, there are no official parties or organisations to join or form. Political movements that do exist do not run as such in elections, as party-politics are largely seen as corrupt and inefficient by Ephyral citizens, and running as a member of such a movement is likely to dissuade voters.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? There is no such thing as the opposition because there is no incumbent party. You have the higher offices, and rivals for those offices.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? The final vote cast by the assemblies of the people carry the result. Nondemocratic forces do not interfere.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? As long as they are adult, male, hold sufficient property value, have served their military service, hold full Ephyral citizenship, and have not been convicted for crimes that culminate in disenfranchisement, then ethnic or religious background is irrelevant. The majority of full citizens however are of the native ethnic Selian group, whilst the higher requirements for standing for office render candidates almost universally ethnically Selian.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes and no. The elected Archon and his appointed Prefects of the Spheres of State determine national policy. The legislature, of which the Archon and Prefects are all apart, determine law and bills. Not all national policy requires Senatorial approval, but matters of law do.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes. To be bribed, to offer bribes, or to otherwise place the interests of the self directly above the responsibilities afforded to a man by his station are prohibited by Ephyral law. If convicted, such men are not only removed from the Senate, but thoroughly disenfranchised; and if financial crimes in particular are key, potentially sold into slavery along with his children if his own life and property are not enough to cover the costs or debts accrued.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? No. There are always things that must be concealed.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? No. The Central Information Service is the hegemon of media. The Ephyral citizenry consider Western examples of 'free media' to be far more corrupt, manipulative, and indoctrinating than any state-run media ever could be.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? For the most part yes. Historically, certain faiths with a tendency of being the basis for organised revolt or warfare against Ephyra have been proscribed. Christianity was heavily persecuted during the founding of Ephyra, but now is not. During the Ephyral conquest of the Levant, problems with Jewish insurrections led to the near total annihilation and enslavement of their population save for those that fled. Whilst against Islam, with whom Ephyra has fought centuries of near unending wars, exists a massive tension and mutual distrust, although Islam itself is not prohibited by law. Certain sects however, Wahhabi, Deobandi, and Salafi, are all proscribed, and adherence of these sects is equivalent to membership in terrorist organisations.

Notably, the problems exist with the Abrahamic monotheistic religions. Whilst Ephyra, a pagan state, has always tried to incorporate the gods of conquered people into its pantheon to bring them closer to the fold, the Christians, Jews, and Muslims resisted this with violence at every interval. Ephyra is content to let them reside in its territory so long as they abide Ephyral law, but cracks down on religiously rooted antagonism with swift and decisive action.


D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes and no. Whilst academic freedom is a value held in the pursuit of knowledge, Ephyral schools do instil within the youth of a nation an understanding of their common identity and historical heritage, as well as moral and cultural values.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? In general yes. They are not protected from social scorn or ostracism however.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? So long as it is non-violent, yes.

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Unless NGOs are suspected of breaking Ephyral law, yes.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? No. Trade unions are prohibited as a counter-communist measure.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? No.

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Only for full Ephyral citizens.

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Question ignored. No definition of 'unjustifiable violence'.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Under law, yes. In practice, no.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? For full and Lykosian citizens, yes.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? For full and Lykosian citizens, yes.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Complicated. Arranged marriage is the norm but it isn't forced marriage. Women in particular do not 'choose' a partner, but rather accept a suitor presented to them by their legal guardian. Divorce however is fairly straightforward for man and woman both. Non-citizens do not have the right to marry.

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Question ignored. No definition of 'economic exploitation'.

Ephyra is a work of my own political and philosophical views fused with deliberate values dissonance for my own entertainment.

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Thama
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Scandinavian Liberal Paradise

Postby Thama » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:57 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? The head of government is appointed by the head of state, and sourced from the largest party in government (aka whoever "won" the general election)

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Federally, Yes. Local state laws not so much.

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? There are several parties (not all of which are in government) approved by the head of government, and everyone who does not wish to be part of any of them runs on an independent platform. Political organisations that don't act as parties are permitted within the law.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? As in through electoral campaigns that convince more people to vote for them? Yes.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Federally, No. Local state legislature varies.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? There is no concept of "minority." All Nikopolian citizens possess full political liberty to the extent of Imperial and Federal law. Non-citizens cannot participate in Federal elections, only in those of the states they inhabit.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Not necessarily, but in practice yes.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes, of course.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? All Federal proceedings are public. All democratic processes in the Empire are transparent by law, else it would not be demos kratia.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes, but there are laws limiting their ability to present conjecture as anything other than opinion. Tabloidal, non-satiricial media - esp. that which relies on gossiping - is effectively forbidden under these laws.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes, absolutely.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? No, though political discussion is forbidden in academia that does not strictly deal with politics as a topic to prevent indoctrination. What students learn, whether in kindergarten or a university, is entirely up to the standards of the Imperial Board of Education, and is subject to the no-conjecture rule of laws that govern media, forbidding the teaching of anything which is not absolutely academically sound.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes, asides from anything that can be construed as hate speech.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? No

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? No

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? The Thaman economy is syndicate based and each and every corporation is also its own trade union. Ergo, all companies are effectively governed by their employees, and several state and imperial trade organisations exist to watch over and regulate the small company unions.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? The concept of "minority" cannot be applied. All Nikopolian citizens are treated equally under the law.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? All people in the Nikopolian Empire are free to move in and out of the country, through its states and territories, along all public property - so long as they have not broken any laws while doing so.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes, though as previously mentioned all businesses are unionised and must follow all the rules that come with that status. This applies regardless of whether the owner is the only employee or the corporation has a literal million workers.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes, including multiple such partners.

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? This is a very subjective question that I can only answer with Yes.
Politics? In my NS? It's more likely than you think.
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Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -8.50
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Capital city: Capital District Territory
Official languages: Ostspeak, Llynduneg
Government: Federated Parliamentary Monarchy
Population: 234,240,000
Head of State: Cedric Stargard
National Anthem: First March
Technology Level: Class V11 (Late PMT)
Area: 6,103,670 Sq km (mainland)
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Neo-Yuan
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Ex-Nation

Postby Neo-Yuan » Mon Mar 04, 2019 5:01 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections?
Elections do occur, but they aren't free; only the heirs of the current emperor can be selected. They are fair: all citizens have an equal amount of votes.

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections?
No, it is directly placed there by the Emperor.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?
Fair yes, impartial no.

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?
No.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally?
No.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces?
They are not interfered.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections?
They hold political liberties and can vote in elections, but they can't win them.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy?
Yes.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?
No.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open?
No.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?
No, it is fully government-controlled and dissent is punished severely.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?
Yes.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?
No, the education system is government-owned and indoctrination is a major part of it.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?
Political dissent can be expressed in letters to the government, but not in public.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?
A group can assamble, but no political parties or unions.

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?
No.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize?
No, monopolies and rebellion is crushed.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?
Yes.

F2: Do your people have the right to due process?
Yes.

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?
Yes, though the government sometimes enacts this violence itself.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?
Yes.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?
Yes.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?
Yes, though monopolies are prevented, public services are monopolised, and the silk trade is government-owned.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?
Yes they can choose who to marry, and arranged marriage is banned. Divorce requires a lawsuit.

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation?
Yes.
Tianishang Sheleshteichan I'asheia Nei-Yuan/ The Heavenly Yasei Empire of Neo-Yuan
Nation: The Heavenly Yasei Empire of Neo-Yuan
Tier: 2
Level: 6
Type: 5
Power Comparator: 45
Special Notes about your civilization: The Yuan is essentially stuck in the technological 1300s-1400s, and tends not to focus on magic as much as other nations in Xedas as it has a massive population and army, being a great power on their home planet and hegemon of their continent.
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Belshekistan
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Founded: Sep 28, 2017
Psychotic Dictatorship

Postby Belshekistan » Mon Mar 04, 2019 5:09 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections?
No, the previous head of state appoints the new head of state. All heads of state serve for life
A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections?
Yes, although the legislature has little power
A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?
Yes
B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?
No
B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally?
Somewhat. members of the opposition could be elected to the legislature, but the legislature serves as little more than advisors to the head of state
B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces?
no
B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections?
We barely even have minorities, but yes
C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy?
Yes
C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?
Yes
C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open?
to an extent
Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?
No
D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?
No
D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?
No
D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?
To an extent
E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?
As long as it does not disrupt daily life or government functions in any way
E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?
NGOs are illegal
E3: Are trade unions free to organize?
Trade unions are encouraged to organize
F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?
We do not have a dedicated judiciary branch
F2: Do your people have the right to due process?
Most of the time
F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?
Yes
F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?
Yes
G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?
As long as they're not trying to emigrate
G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?
property, yes. businesses, no.
G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?
To an extent
G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation?
Of course
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NATIONAL NEWS: Belshekistan is preparing for war (not with anyone in particular)
DEFCON: 5 [4] 3 2 BLYAT
IC location: the soviet union but with all germany, plus sweden, finland, norway.
Pro: Socialism, dictatorship, guns, hats, state press, military.
Against: Capitalism, democracy, freedom of press, forced multiculturalism and H E R I T I C S

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Old Northwest
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Founded: Oct 23, 2018
Ex-Nation

Postby Old Northwest » Mon Mar 04, 2019 8:05 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections?
Yes. Absolutely.
A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections?
The legislature is essentially a direct vote of all proletarians.
A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?
Unless you are bourgeois, yes.
B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?
No. Right-wing and centrist political parties are banned and political parties do not play a role in the electoral process.
B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally?
Not if they are right-wing or centrist.
B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces?
Sometimes. The state does not believe in the idea of "The People," but rather is a Proletarian Dictatorship i.e. the entire working-class has absolute political power. So yes, there is massive interference of the political process, but this is "democratic" as the majority will it.
B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections?
Oppressed minorities, absolutely. Economic minorities (rich folk) absolutely not. The state oppresses only class.
C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy?
The head of government does not, Congress (legislature) does.
C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?
Yes. Every Congress delegate is instantly recallable and directly tied to their respective proletarians.
C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open?
Yes. The executive branch is very open and Congress is extremely open. The State is always up front about its intentions.
Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?
Not really. Journalists operate media organizations and their are many, but they can be shut down by the State and the State owns all communications devices, e.g. satellites, internet, telephones, television, radio, etc. This means that they are guided but not controlled by the State.
D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?
Generally yes but religion is discouraged. Materialism is the guiding philosophy of Congress and henceforth the educational system.
D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?
Our education is based on scientific socialism but it is absolutely not ideological. Scientific socialism is not an ideology as much as it is a sociological field of study. So... no, but students are taught about communism and how it works.
D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?
In terms of personal expression absolutely, in terms of political expression no; if they are right-wing they should live in fear.
E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?
Not really. Left-wing assemblies frequently meet but no centrist nor right-wing assemblies. They would be crushed.
E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?
As above, if they are left-wing yes, otherwise no.
E3: Are trade unions free to organize?
Yes. Absolutely. In a way, Congress is itself a large union.
F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?
No. The judiciary is controlled by Congress.
F2: Do your people have the right to due process?
Generally yes.
F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?
Not really, the State does not care as much about non-political issues. When a fight breaks out (which is relatively frequent) it is generally considered a personal issue.
F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?
All are equal.
G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?
Counter-revolutionaries are not allowed to leave. If they attempt to they will be labeled as an émigré. Otherwise yes.
G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?
Absolutely not. If anyone owned a business they would be highly oppressed.
G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?
Yes. Marriage is not a matter of State, it is purely cultural. Anything goes, generally.
G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation?
Yes. Economic exploitation is the main enemy of the Proletarian Dictatorship.
Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections?
Yes.
A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections?
Yes.
A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?
Yes.
B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?
No.
B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally?
No.
B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces?
No.
B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections?
Yes.
C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy?
Yes.
C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?
Yes.
C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open?
Yes.
Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?
No.
D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?
Yes.
D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?
No.
D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?
Yes.
E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?
No.
E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?
No.
E3: Are trade unions free to organize?
Yes.
F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?
No.
F2: Do your people have the right to due process?
Yes.
F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?
No.
F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?
Yes.
G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?
Yes with the exception of political dissidents.
G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?
No.
G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?
Yes.
G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation?
Yes.
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Democratic Socialists

Postby La Habana Cuba » Mon Mar 04, 2019 9:14 am

[quote="Gualimole";p="35389316"]Based on Freedom House's Freedom in the World report, I have decided to create Freedom in NationStates, which will measure a nation's overall level of freedom based on its civil and political liberties. Nations will be asked a series of questions regarding how their government functions. From that, an aggregate freedom score will be created.

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The Democratic Communist Socialist Republic of La Habana Cuba.

Thank you Gualimole, for your unbiased, non partisan, intelligent, enlightened, assessment, acceptance and recognition of the Eternal Democratic Communist Socialist Revolution of the Democratic Communist Socialist Republic of La Habana Cuba as a free democratic nation with a perfect score of 100.

Viva la Revolución, Viva The Revolution.

General Raúl Castro Ruz, General of the Armed Forces and the
First Secretary of the La Habana Cuba Democratic Communist Socialist Party.
President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Council of State and Council of Ministers Collective.
Our eternal Comandante en Jefe and Yours of the Revolution - Fidel Castro Ruz.
The Democratic Communist Socialist Republic of La Habana Cuba.
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Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? Yes - The democratically elected National Assembly Parliament democratically elects the President from among its representatives.

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes - The legally registered independent non governmental organizations of the masses democratically elect the National Assembly Parliament Representatives and the President, like the workers unions, the independent national association of small Guajiro Farmers ANAP, the artists, writers, journalists and the legally registered independent non governmental Committees for the Defense of the Democratic Revolution CDDRs.

The Democratic Communist Socialist Party of La Habana Cuba does not govern the nation, does not choose, appoint, name or suggest the candidates, the Democratic Communist Socialist Party of La Habana Cuba only guides the nation and the People in the democratic principles of the Revolution.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? YES

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes - through the democratically elected representatives of the people.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes corruption is illegal.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes, all citizens may request anything from the government without fear of intimidation or prosecution.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion - Yes

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? YES

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? YES

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes through the legally registered independent non governmental organizations of the masses, like the Committees for the Defense of the Democratic Revolution CDDRs.

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? YES

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes the revolution protects all the people regardless of their different economic, political, cultural and social views.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? YES

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? YES

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Postby United States of Devonta » Mon Mar 04, 2019 9:42 am

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? Yes, by popular vote every 5 years

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes.

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Yes. President Josiah Jones is mixed race.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes.

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Yes.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes.

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes, although Juries do not exist. Rather it is decided by 9 seat judicial councils.

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes.

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes.
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Ziyu
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Posts: 20
Founded: Apr 28, 2018
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Postby Ziyu » Mon Mar 04, 2019 1:27 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? The Head of Government is elected via the legislature, who are elected through free and fair elections

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes, every four years

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Yes

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? No

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Yes

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? No, same-sex marriage or civil unions aren't legal, though divorce is, and forced marriages are illegal

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes

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Cesken
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Founded: Mar 28, 2018
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Postby Cesken » Mon Mar 04, 2019 1:38 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? No

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? No

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Somewhat

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Somewhat, Marxist and various far-left political parties are expressly banned

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? No

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? No

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? There are no elections

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? For the most part, however racist, sexist, and Marxist attitudes in the media are censored

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? Yes, unless they are Islamic or Atheist beliefs

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? The Government has partial control over education, however there is little indoctrination.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? For the most part, Islamic, racist, sexist, anti-military, atheist, and Marxist expressions are censored

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Yes

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? No

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? Yes

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Homosexuality is punishable by death, other than that, yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes

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Founded: Jan 19, 2012
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Postby Nachfolgia » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:31 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? No.

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Yes.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes.

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? No.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? No.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? Yes.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? No.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? No.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?
No.
D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? No.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? No.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? No.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? No.

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? No.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? No.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? No.

F2: Do your people have the right to due process?No.

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? No.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? No.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes.

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Somewhat. Determined by genetic compatibility.

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? No.

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Reolaa
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Founded: Jan 13, 2019
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Postby Reolaa » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:39 pm

Political Liberties no

A: Electoral Process None

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? No

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? No

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?
No

B: Political Pluralism and Participation None

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?
Absolutely not
B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? No

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? no

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Nope, they are oppressed

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?
No
C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? No

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion
None
D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?
Nope
D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?

No

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?
no
D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?
No
E: Right to Association
No
E1: Is there freedom of assembly?
No
E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?
No
E3: Are trade unions free to organize?
No
F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?
No
F2: Do your people have the right to due process?
No
F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?
No
F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?
No
G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?
Nope
G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?
Depends.
G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?
No, arranged marriages are chosen by the government
G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? No

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Confederate Picadien Leagues
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Posts: 6
Founded: Feb 28, 2019
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Postby Confederate Picadien Leagues » Mon Mar 04, 2019 6:29 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections? There is no single head of government. There is an collective executive branch that is elected from among each League.

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections? Citizens vote on laws directly.

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial? Yes, though the vote bloc system does favor lower populated areas over higher populated areas, like the US Senate. The same is true with smaller unions vs larger unions. But, on the local level, where all the laws dealing with individuals are made, all voting is one-man-one-vote.

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations? Yes, though parties are kind of useless in a direct democracy.

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally? Yes.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces? No.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections? Nope. At least, not for ethnic minorities.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy? No, the citizens do directly.

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption? Yes.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open? Yes.

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent? Yes.

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private? In private, yes. But, public displays of worship and religious preference are discriminated against by the state atheist policies. The severity varies depending on the locality in question.

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination? Yes, except for the mandatory pledges of allegiance.

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution? Yes.

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly? Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference? Not if they're foreign.

E3: Are trade unions free to organize? Trade unions are the state.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent? Yes

F2: Do your people have the right to due process? Yes

F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence? Yes, unless they're a minority.

F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law? No

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement? Yes

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference? Yes, if they own as much as they can work. Property ownership is actually promoted, but absentee ownership and wage labor are prohibited.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner? Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation? Yes

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Auzkhia
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Posts: 27551
Founded: Mar 11, 2010
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Postby Auzkhia » Mon Mar 04, 2019 7:05 pm

Political Liberties

A: Electoral Process

A1: Is your nation's head of government elected through free and fair elections?
Yes

A2: Is your nation's legislature elected through free and fair elections?
Yes

A3: Are your electoral laws fair and impartial?
Yes, we use mixed member proportional representation and have an independent federal election board that oversees all elections in the realm to make sure they conform all constitutional regulations.

B: Political Pluralism and Participation

B1: Are people free to easily form political parties or organizations?
Yes

B2: Can the opposition increase its support or gain power electorally?
Yes if they can force a motion of no confidence and create a new government and call a new election.

B3: Are the people's choices not interfered by nondemocratic forces?
Yes and no, most of the power in government is through legislature, but the monarchy, unelected, is still the head of state.

B4: Do your country's minorities possess full political liberties and the opportunity to win elections?
Yes, many minority parties are represented and have access to any law in their language.

C: Government Functions

C1: Do the head of government and national legislature determine policy?
Yes

C2: Are there strong and effective laws and guidelines against corruption?
Yes, corruption laws are strict and make no exceptions, they result in the automatic removal of the offending official.

C3: Is your nation's government transparent and open?
Yes, everything is kept in records that are free and open to the public

Civil Liberties

D: Freedom of Speech and Religion

D1: Is your nation's media free and independent?
Yes

D2: Are people free to express their religious preferences in public and in private?
Yes, religious tolerance is a constitutional right

D3: Does your nation have academic freedom and does its education system refrain from excessive indoctrination?
Yes

D4: Are your people free to express themselves without fear of surveillance or retribution?
Yes

E: Right to Association

E1: Is there freedom of assembly?
Yes

E2: Are NGOs free from excessive government interference?
Yes

E3: Are trade unions free to organize?
Yes, trade unions are the norm and run the businesses in our economy.

F: Rule of Law

F1: Is your nation's judiciary independent?
Yes
F2: Do your people have the right to due process?
Yes
F3: Are people protected from unjustifiable violence?
Yes, torture is illegal.
F4: Are your nation's minorities treated equally under the law?
Yes, the Auzkhian Empire respects all its peoples and nations.

G: Individual Liberties

G1: Do your people enjoy freedom of movement?
Yes, it is guaranteed through both the Imperial Constitution and the European Union

G2: Are your people able to own property and businesses without excessive interference?
Private ownership is slowly being phased out through both changes in the economy and gradual government reforms. But all people are starting to take stakes in the economy.

G3: Do people in your nation have the right to freely choose their partner and divorce their partner?
Yes

G4: Are your people free from economic exploitation?
Yes!
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