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Estado Novo Portugues
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Separation of church and state in your nation

Postby Estado Novo Portugues » Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:46 pm

Is religion legal? yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? Roman Catholicism. After the takeover by Mussolini's fascists in Italy, the Pope and his church officials fled from Vatican City and set up a government-in-exile. For now, Portugal acts as the seat of the Catholic Church.
Does the government give funding to any religion? Yes, the government collects a "church tax" from everyone, which goes to the Catholic Church.
Is the state religion enforced? Yes, it is mandatory to be Catholic. If you want to become a Portuguese citizen, you must convert.
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? Blasphemy and heresy is punishable by caning or burning.
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? Heretical or heathen cult worship is illegal.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? Yes, the Corpo de Inquisidores (Inquisitor Corps). They enforce Portugal's religious and morality laws.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Yes, all of Portugal's laws are based on Christianity and the Bible.
Are there any religious political parties? There is only the National Catholic Party.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? You must be male, Catholic and a Portuguese citizen.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? They are required to exemplify Christian values.

Is religion taught in schools? yes
Are religious classes mandatory? Religion is a mandatory subject from preschool to university.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? yes
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? They are required to exemplify Christian values.

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✞ Deus, Pátria e Família ✞
Name: Catholic Republic of Portugal
Language: Portuguese
Capital: Lisbon
Leader: Afonso Salazar
Government: theocracy
Ideology: national conservatism
Religion: Roman Catholicism
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Democracy of California
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Founded: Mar 29, 2017
Scandinavian Liberal Paradise

Postby Democracy of California » Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:58 pm

Is religion legal? Yes.
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? There is no state religion.
Does the government give funding to any religion? No.
Is the state religion enforced? No.
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No.
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? A small influence on a small party.
Are there any religious political parties? The Conservative Party may occasionally look to American-style absolute evangelism for policy inspiration.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes.

Is religion taught in schools? Only in private religious schools.
Are religious classes mandatory? No.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Only outside the classroom.
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Destructive Government Economic System
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Founded: Jun 15, 2017
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Postby Destructive Government Economic System » Tue Sep 12, 2017 8:01 pm

Only DEAREST LEADERISM is allowed, and it is MANDATORY in the DGES. Refusing to practice it, or willingly practice another religion, is met with a nice sentence to Hell for the all-you-can-eat buffets of eternal torture.
"All I wish is to see the world burn."
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Uinted Communist of Africa
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Founded: Sep 28, 2016
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby Uinted Communist of Africa » Tue Sep 12, 2017 8:04 pm

Is religion legal?It is almost required to have a citizenship
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? Christianity
Does the government give funding to any religion?yes 5%
Is the state religion enforced?To an extent yes
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime?Nope
Does your nation have a "religious police"?An inquisition probably counts right?

Does religion have a large influence on politics?If you aren't Christian you literally can begging to run for even the smallest office
Are there any religious political parties? The Communist party is also Headed by the Christianity party
Is religion a requirement for government positions?Yes..though officially no.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? If it lies within certain boundaries

Is religion taught in schools? Yes its one of the core subjects
Are religious classes mandatory? Yes
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher?Definitely
Can teachers express their religious beliefs?Only if its Christianity
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Hansdeltania
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Founded: May 17, 2014
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Hansdeltania » Tue Sep 12, 2017 8:08 pm

Is religion legal? No
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? Technically, yes: atheism
Does the government give funding to any religion? No
Is the state religion enforced? Yes
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? By technicality yes
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No
Does your nation have a "religious police"? Technically yes

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Yes
Are there any religious political parties? Yes
Is religion a requirement for government positions? Yes
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes

Is religion taught in schools? Technically yes
Are religious classes mandatory? Illegal
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? Technically yes
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Technically no
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Kenmoria
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Founded: Jul 03, 2017
Corporate Bordello

Postby Kenmoria » Tue Sep 12, 2017 11:19 pm

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No
Does the government give funding to any religion? No
Is the state religion enforced? No
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Not really
Are there any religious political parties? No
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes

Is religion taught in schools? From an objective viewpoint, yes
Are religious classes mandatory? No
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Mostly not
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Pilarcraft
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Founded: Dec 19, 2016
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Pilarcraft » Tue Sep 12, 2017 11:24 pm

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? The State itself is Secular
Does the government give funding to any religion? No. it taxes every legal church 15%.
Is the state religion enforced? No.
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No.
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Theoritically, No
Are there any religious political parties? Yes.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes.

Is religion taught in schools? Not in Public Schools
Are religious classes mandatory? No.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Yes, but not in classroom, and they are not allowed to discriminate based on religious beliefs.

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Thermodolia
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Postby Thermodolia » Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:20 am

Is religion legal? Yes, however there is an exception as cults are banned
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No state religion exists.
Does the government give funding to any religion? Funding to any religion is prohibited.
Is the state religion enforced? N/A no state religion
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? See above
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No that would be illegal

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Not at all.
Are there any religious political parties? The Christian-Conservatives could be considered to be a religious party and the Catholic Nationalists
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No that's against the constitution
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes, provided that they aren't cult beliefs or beliefs that are a threat to national security.

Is religion taught in schools? Depends on the school. Government funded schools are prohibited from teaching anything other than the fact that religion exists, while private schools may do as they wish within reason.
Are religious classes mandatory? Not in government funded schools.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Yes, provided that they aren't cult beliefs or beliefs that are a threat to national security.
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The Atlantean Islands
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Founded: Apr 07, 2017
New York Times Democracy

Postby The Atlantean Islands » Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:21 am

Is religion legal? Yes.
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? We are secular.
Does the government give funding to any religion? No.
Is the state religion enforced? N/A
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? N/A
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No, unless said blasphemy involves another crime.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? In paper, it shouldn't. In practice, it is there.
Are there any religious political parties? Yes, like the Christian Democratic Party of Atlantis.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes.

Is religion taught in schools? In public schools, only the background. In private schools, depends on the school.
Are religious classes mandatory? No.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Not in the classroom.
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Madrinet
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Founded: Oct 14, 2016
Father Knows Best State

Postby Madrinet » Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:39 am

Is religion legal? Yes.
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? Yes; Madrinetan catholicism.
Does the government give funding to any religion? The state gives money to local government, which can choose to allocate it to religious organisations as it sees fit. A small portion of the state budget is spent on maintaining the historic buildings and offices of all religions, although the large majority of these buildings are of the state church.
Is the state religion enforced? No.
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No, but it is a civil offence; the Church may bring civil proceedings against a blasphemous publication or speech if it falls within certain criteria. Gross blasphemy, specifically against the Church and its institutions, is tantamount to sedition - and is a serious criminal offence.
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? Not an official one, but the civilian police has an Ecclesiastical Office, which occasionally performs arrests for gross blasphemy.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Not as such; religion is largely the domain of the state (and thus unelected) government, while local (and elected) government doesn't really interact with it. The Church has an unofficial influence on the King, being as the monarchy is a deeply religious institution, and as such much of Madrinet's law is based on Christian teaching.
Are there any religious political parties? There are no political parties. Individuals run for office on their own.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? Counsellors of State, Crown Councillors, and senior Civil Service positions require communion with the Madrinetan church; lower-level positions (such as elected Borough Councillors) do not. All Royal appointments, such as to the judiciary, also require appointees to swear an oath, involving religious language specific to the state church.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? They can, but it would be unwise

Is religion taught in schools? Yes - "worship of a broadly Christian character" is required, but specific liturgy is not. Academic classes on religion are part of Further Education, and involve historical and academic discussion of world religions (often emphasising their inferiority to the state church).
Are religious classes mandatory? For certain universities and courses, but this is not state-mandated.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? They may only publicly discuss their involvement with the Madrinetan church; discussion of other religions is limited to the academic.
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Alinghi Federal-Democratic Republic
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Left-Leaning College State

Postby Alinghi Federal-Democratic Republic » Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:27 am

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No
Does the government give funding to any religion? No
Is the state religion enforced? No
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No

Does religion have a large influence on politics? No
Are there any religious political parties? No
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes, but they mustn't be forced to do this

Is religion taught in schools? No
Are religious classes mandatory? No
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? No, they can say only say that the religion he/she believe, but not more
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Cogned-Mentero
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Posts: 48
Founded: Jul 01, 2017
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Cogned-Mentero » Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:12 am

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? The government is secular, but the religion that could almost be considered
a "state religion" is AACIMal Worship, coming from the same origins as the government (the Auto-Reds)
Does the government give funding to any religion? No.
Is the state religion enforced? N/A
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? N/A
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? No.
Are there any religious political parties? No.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Not officially.

Is religion taught in schools? The major religions are taught in an unbiased manner, with no attempts to convert anyone to a particular religion.
Are religious classes mandatory? No.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Not while teaching.
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Koem Kab
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Posts: 219
Founded: Dec 09, 2016
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Koem Kab » Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:18 am

Is religion legal? Yes, but no one is, just a forgotten law
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No
Does the government give funding to any religion? No
Is the state religion enforced? No
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No

Does religion have a large influence on politics? None
Are there any religious political parties? Political parties are banned
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? No

Is religion taught in schools? No
Are religious classes mandatory? Banned
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? No
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Albrenia
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Posts: 2805
Founded: Aug 18, 2017
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Albrenia » Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:18 am

Is religion legal? Yes, although it is generally considered backward.
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? None.
Does the government give funding to any religion? No.
Is the state religion enforced? No.
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No.
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? No, although one or two political parties have religious agendas, they rarely gain any power at all.
Are there any religious political parties? Yes, see above.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Only as personal opinion, not officially.

Is religion taught in schools? No.
Are religious classes mandatory? No.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Not during class, but they can as a private citizen.

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Magna Carolina
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Posts: 26
Founded: Sep 09, 2017
Ex-Nation

Postby Magna Carolina » Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:28 am

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? Yes, the Carolean Church
Does the government give funding to any religion? No
Is the state religion enforced? No
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Rarely
Are there any religious political parties? Yes
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes

Is religion taught in schools? Yes
Are religious classes mandatory? Religion is taught as part of social studies
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Yes
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Robosia
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Posts: 197
Founded: Aug 27, 2017
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Robosia » Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:33 am

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No.
Does the government give funding to any religion? No.
Is the state religion enforced? N/A
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? N/A
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? No.
Are there any religious political parties? No.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? To an extent.

Is religion taught in schools? No.
Are religious classes mandatory? No.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? To an extent. They are kept on a shorter leash then politicians though.
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Ainin
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Posts: 13833
Founded: Mar 05, 2011
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Ainin » Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:25 am

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No
Does the government give funding to any religion? No
Is the state religion enforced? N/A
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? N/A
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No, although in certain cases it may be construed as hate speech and subject to criminal prosecution.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No

Does religion have a large influence on politics? No
Are there any religious political parties? None with national representation
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Only in a private capacity

Is religion taught in schools? Only as part of the history and sociology curricula
Are religious classes mandatory? N/A
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? No
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Valgora
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Posts: 3036
Founded: Mar 23, 2016
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Valgora » Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:24 am

Is religion legal?
Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it?
No
Does the government give funding to any religion?
No
Is the state religion enforced?
There is no state religion
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime?
There is no state religion
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime?
No
Does your nation have a "religious police"?
No

Does religion have a large influence on politics?
Sometimes, but usually no
Are there any religious political parties?
No
Is religion a requirement for government positions?
No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs?
Yes

Is religion taught in schools?
Yes
Are religious classes mandatory?
No
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher?
No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs?
Outside of school they can
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Viksberg
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Posts: 196
Founded: Aug 26, 2017
Corrupt Dictatorship

Postby Viksberg » Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:47 am

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? Yes, christianity
Does the government give funding to any religion? Yes, to christianity
Is the state religion enforced? Yes
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? Yes
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? Yes
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Sometimes
Are there any religious political parties? Yes, Viksberg's Christian Democrats
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes

Is religion taught in schools? Yes
Are religious classes mandatory? No
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Yes, but not in schools
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Dtin
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Posts: 154
Founded: May 18, 2015
Democratic Socialists

Postby Dtin » Wed Sep 13, 2017 8:17 am

Is religion legal? Yes.
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No.
Does the government give funding to any religion? The government gives funding to the Sangha Council (Buddhist) and the National Religious Regulation Authority (regulated religious groups).
Is the state religion enforced? N/A
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? N/A
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? Blasphemy of all religions is a crime in Dtin.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No. The closest equivalent is the Sangha Council, but legislation they pass only applies to members of the Buddhist clergy even though they are regarded as the highest religious authority with regard to Buddhism in Dtin.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Yes.
Are there any religious political parties? The National Buddha Palm Alliance is the largest among these religious political parties.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes.

Is religion taught in schools? Religion is only allowed to be taught in public schools which have the prefix R.S.S. (Rongryien Satsana Srang/โรงเรียนศาสนาสร้าง) (Religious Foundation Schools) and R.S.P. (Rongryien Satsana Phumphanya/โรงเรียนศาสนาภูมิปัญญา) (Religious Knowledge Schools). In R.S.S. schools, religious foundations played a part in the establishment and running of the school and the schools are allowed to carry the names of religious foundations. They are up to 50% state-funded. R.S.P. schools are also set up by religious organisations and are at most only 10% state-funded. Only 90 schools nationwide are allowed to operate under this prefix (60 Muslim and 30 Buddhist schools).
Are religious classes mandatory? In R.S.S. schools, religious classes must be outside of curriculum time and non-compulsory. In R.S.P. schools, religious classes are allowed to be compulsory.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Not as a means of teaching the curriculum.

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Det hellige nordiske rike
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Posts: 134
Founded: Apr 09, 2017
Father Knows Best State

Postby Det hellige nordiske rike » Wed Sep 13, 2017 8:55 am

Is religion legal? Only Odinism and atheism
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? Officially it is Odinism, but it is not so much about worship as it is about Nordic culture.
Does the government give funding to any religion? The Society of Odin is state-funded to promote Norse folk culture.
Is the state religion enforced? no
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No, unless you are desecrating national symbols.
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? Other cults are outlawed, especially the Abrahamic ones.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? no

Does religion have a large influence on politics? no
Are there any religious political parties? The Nasjonal Samling (National Unity) party is officially Odinist, but like I said, it's more cultural than religious.
Is religion a requirement for government positions? no
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? no

Is religion taught in schools? Students learn about the different gods and goddesses in Norse folk mythology, but no worshipping is done in schools.
Are religious classes mandatory? no
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? no
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? no
For Odin, landet og nordiske folket
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Name: The Holy Nordic Nation; Scandinavia; Nordia
Official language: Neo-Scandinavian
Regional languages: Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian
Capital: Kvislingbyen
Leader: Ole Kvisling
Ideology: national socialism
Religion: Odinism
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West Micronesia
Civil Servant
 
Posts: 8
Founded: Jun 23, 2017
Left-wing Utopia

Postby West Micronesia » Wed Sep 13, 2017 8:59 am

Is religion legal? Yes
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No
Does the government give funding to any religion? No
Is the state religion enforced? No
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? No
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No
Does your nation have a "religious police"? No

Does religion have a large influence on politics? No
Are there any religious political parties? Yes, the extremist Micronesian Patriotic Party
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Yes

Is religion taught in schools? Yes
Are religious classes mandatory? No
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Not in religion classes, but otherwise it's OK
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We use all NS stats except population and tax rate.

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Nerodanus
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Posts: 451
Founded: Jul 27, 2014
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Nerodanus » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:02 am

Is religion legal? Yes, within certain state approved locations
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No, Secular nation.
Does the government give funding to any religion? No
Is the state religion enforced? Yes, outside of approved areas for religious practice.
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? N/A
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? No
Does your nation have a "religious police"? Yes

Does religion have a large influence on politics? No
Are there any religious political parties? No
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? No

Is religion taught in schools? World Religions is a mandatory class for people to understand others when outside of the Nation for any reason.
Are religious classes mandatory? Yes, see above.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? No
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Pronunciation: Nero-Dawn-Us
I do not use NS Stats
Nerodanus is a Democratic Nation
Nerodanus follows its own form of Communism more related to Socialism than Communism
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Freed Lymonia
Envoy
 
Posts: 343
Founded: Mar 15, 2017
Capitalist Paradise

Postby Freed Lymonia » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:06 am

Is religion legal? yes, barring cults including Islam
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? No
Does the government give funding to any religion? Yes, we give funding for the churches of all religions (excluding previous mentioned) and give tax cuts if they help provide cultural and social services
Is the state religion enforced? No
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? no
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? no
Does your nation have a "religious police"? no

Does religion have a large influence on politics? yes
Are there any religious political parties? the Lymonian Religious Party
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? yes

Is religion taught in schools? pends on the school
Are religious classes mandatory? pends on the school
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? pends on the school
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? pends on the school
Doobengert wrote:*hic*
lots of people died
*cough and then hiccup, then drinks more out of his empty bottle*
war
*hiccup*
more war
Boom, Lymonia
-Asheyin, More drunk than he should be
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here is a few songs that would give the vibe of our nation: General vibe 1 Genera vibe 2| Morales | Military (just replace America with Lymonia) | Culture

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Dormill and Stiura
Envoy
 
Posts: 287
Founded: Sep 19, 2015
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Dormill and Stiura » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:12 am

Eh. Why not.

Is religion legal? All religions are legal and no restrictions are placed on their practice beyond extant laws.
Does your nation have a state religion? What is it? None.
Does the government give funding to any religion? No.
Is the state religion enforced? Read above.
Is blasphemy of the state religion a crime? Once more above.
Is blasphemy of other religions a crime? And above again.
Does your nation have a "religious police"? One more time.

Does religion have a large influence on politics? Not necessarily, though in some cases among certain demographics, certain practitioners of certain faiths have some sway in local politics, but not nationally.
Are there any religious political parties? None have officially formed, nor has any been recognized by any Estate or the National Congress
Is religion a requirement for government positions? No, but refer to the question regarding religion's influence on politics for special cases in local politics.
Can public officials express their religious beliefs? Expression of both faith and non-faith are defended under the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen.

Is religion taught in schools? Public Education: The indoctrination of students through a government-funded or supported institution is held illegal through the Constitution. But religion is taught as part of other topics where relevant in curriculum. Private Education: Barring extant laws, private institutions that are given no support by the government can operate freely.
Are religious classes mandatory? Not in Public Institutions. Private Institutions are granted the freedom to do so in adherence to extant law.
Is religion a requirement for becoming a teacher? No, except where required by private institutions.
Can teachers express their religious beliefs? Refer to public officials question.

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