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WA Delegate: The United Kingdom of Seludong (elected )

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Most Nations: 163rd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 295th Most Cultured: 2,542nd
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Construction of embassies with Ridgefield has commenced. Completion expected .

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Regional Power: Moderate

Philippines contains 132 nations, the 163rd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Fattest Citizens in Philippines

World Census takers tracked the sale of Cheetos and Twinkies to ascertain which nations most enjoyed the "kind bud."

As a region, Philippines is ranked 11,704th in the world for Fattest Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Protectorate of Kalayaan and Sabah ConfederacyCorporate Bordello“We are Tito”
2.The Rogue Nation of DinagatBenevolent Dictatorship“Pangangalakal”
3.The Free Land of KabiteAnarchy“By The People For The People”
4.The Theocracy of ZaraturaCompulsory Consumerist State“Justice, Piety, Loyalty”
5.The Colony of GreendsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“We Will Endure”
6.The Republic of -Philippines-Corporate Bordello“Maka-Diyos, Maka-Tao, Makakalikasan at Makabansa”
7.The Federal Republic of BlihaAnarchy“We Will Endure”
8.The Republic of KonintiesAnarchy“Unity, Discipline, Work”
9.The Republic of Klaca CatinbolbasopiaAnarchy“Peace and Justice”
10.The United Kingdom of Alfredo ConcermanInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Time is gold”
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Philippines Regional Message Board

Fort Ilocandia wrote:Do you suggest we simply allow seesaw delegacies? We already had a single month with four delegates. Is that the kind of instability you advocate? Yes, the Philippines may survive, but not in great shape.

I'm not sure what you are referring to with "seesaw delegacies", but if you think that I'm suggesting that we alternate delegacies, I'd like to clarify that I'm seeking the exact opposite. I'm saying we need to get new endorsers for the delegate so they remain delegate.

Fort Ilocandia wrote:Recruitment is not poaching because we are not regarding the GCRs as competitors, but as allies. Is that how you regard your recruitment efforts at XKI? I am worried about the wanton use of language especially in the international level.

What did recruitment entail in your view? Not sure we're on the same page in regards to what we're discussing, and it may be the reason we're disagreeing hugely on this.

In my view, sending newly founded nations recruitment telegrams is completely fine, and is how other regions do it, including XKI. What I called "poaching" was sending telegrams to nations that aren't new. Regions such as Thaecia (which has since apologized and been forgiven) and Enadia have gotten in big trouble for sending telegrams to all WA members in the hopes of growing out their regions. Posting on the forums wouldn't be poaching, but would be a weak attempt at recruitment if not done right.

Fort Ilocandia wrote:On endorsement, I believe you misunderstood what our Defense Minister Secular State of the Philippines. I believe what it meant was to reserve the pouring of endorsements for the newly elected government because the acting ones, including itself as interim Vice Delegate then, were only temporary placeholders.

You're right, I misunderstood. My apologies.

Fort Ilocandia wrote:I think Seludong misunderstood what our Eternal President meant when it mentioned political expertise. Ariusgrad was then citing our participation in the PFS, which I personally had not heard of any developments since we were admitted by the time of Ariusgrad's relegation from position, because PFS is not a military alliance. But in terms of defensive operations, we have nothing much to offer now that the PDF is reduced to less than a quarter of its original size and my PEFTON has been operating at minimum capacity. As I said before, the foundations set by our predecessors can be eroded over time without proactive and innovative governance, and we are now seeing the results.

I'm in XKI's delegation, and I'd say it's moving along with no problem. Philippines's delegation currently consists of Seludong and Ecnav Enitsuj, and Seludong is the voting member. Other than that, there isn't much to mention :/ Like you mentioned, it isn't a military alliance - it's a WA one. To sum up recent activity, there has been a charter amendment, and few brief discussions regarding recent SC proposals as well as the authorship/drafting of some SC commendations.

Atraewa wrote:Writing a issue. Maybe they will accept or maybe no.

Ooh, issues are fun. What are you writing about? If you already submitted though, I'd still suggest continuing working on it if you'd like to considering the issue editors already have a shortlist of about 100 issues to edit and accept, as far as I know, thus giving you a lot more time.

That was what I have been saying Manilenyos. A delegacy tie, worse an accidental change in the delegacy, would be a blunder on our part as we try to build a new administration. What part of it have you confused?

Anyway, I think I stand corrected on the poaching issue. It seems to me you are also for the recruitment of new nations, so no other comment.

I am quite interested what the Philippines has been doing for the PFS and the URA at the moment. Which, as you say, seems negligible at the moment. Was it true we have left the voting member vacant for the URA since Lanaograd departed? We have to keep in mind the alliance has a regularity rule when it comes to regional representation in its WA affairs, incompliance might mean expulsion from the alliance, because the URA was first a WA bloc before it developed as a military alliance as well.

Seludong wrote:Thank you for pointing out what Ariusgrad meant by that. Does this mean we can proceed with a treaty under conditions set above regarding the number of WA members versus defenders?

As to what we can offer in a treaty, I still think the basic problem is enlisting more of our member states to join the WA. And we can achieve this by making it semi-compulsory.

I believe the agreement is for the defenders to make and for us to review. We cannot hope to impose too much terms from our because we are not in a strong position to negotiate. Our defender leanings would be a good background for us to begin the process, but ultimately, whatever they can send to us also depends on the global RD situation. We cannot be choosers, just like we are not having too much of a variety with COVID vaccine choices at this time.

As to the question of recruiting new nations, we can start work on that.

With regards to the URA seat, Ariusgrad remains a consultant and the position of URA Vice-President has been filled by Allangoria in last month's election. So currently, it is vacant. Was planning to have Guiuan in there because they have expressed interest, but this was turned down as we are not in the position to unilaterally appoint them.

On the agreement/treaty, does this mean we cannot at all initiate the draft of it? While it is true that we have little say in it, I was thinking there would be a possibility of us making it for their review, but only after we enter into an informal agreement with them to do so.

Seludong wrote:As to the question of recruiting new nations, we can start work on that.

With regards to the URA seat, Ariusgrad remains a consultant and the position of URA Vice-President has been filled by Allangoria in last month's election. So currently, it is vacant. Was planning to have Guiuan in there because they have expressed interest, but this was turned down as we are not in the position to unilaterally appoint them.

On the agreement/treaty, does this mean we cannot at all initiate the draft of it? While it is true that we have little say in it, I was thinking there would be a possibility of us making it for their review, but only after we enter into an informal agreement with them to do so.

No harm in trying, I think, but what is our experience in drafting agreements on our own?

Fort Ilocandia wrote:That was what I have been saying Manilenyos. A delegacy tie, worse an accidental change in the delegacy, would be a blunder on our part as we try to build a new administration. What part of it have you confused?

I was confused by what you meant by "seesaw delegacies".

As for PFS, it's been pretty uneventful, but it's moving along with no problems. URA, on the other hand, doesn't currently have a voting member from the Philippines, and we were consulted just recently about it. Seludong appointed Guiuan, but they haven't been active.

As for the treaty, yeah, I wonder if we've ever done anything similar to this before?

Does anyone want to continue or watch the Salutian Revolution the movie?

Manlko Union wrote:Does anyone want to continue or watch the Salutian Revolution the movie?

probably yes or no but i think we should put in factbook?

Manilenyos wrote:I was confused by what you meant by "seesaw delegacies".

As for PFS, it's been pretty uneventful, but it's moving along with no problems. URA, on the other hand, doesn't currently have a voting member from the Philippines, and we were consulted just recently about it. Seludong appointed Guiuan, but they haven't been active.

As for the treaty, yeah, I wonder if we've ever done anything similar to this before?

As to Guiuan being the URA representative, I have already contacted Scali on the server regarding my suggestion to temporarily fill in for them. I had previously sent them the link to the URA server but my messages there don't seem to have been read so I'll shoot them a telegram. I initially appointed them but I was told it might be construed as an unlawful unilateral move, so I had to temporarily withdraw it from them (with their knowledge) until the current URA Vice President was elected. They had notified me that I can stand in for the time being.

Regarding initiation of a treaty/agreement from our side. I have not seen anything regarding a bilateral agreement initiated by us yet, so this is definitely something unusual for us. We can discuss an initial agreement verbally, then proceed with putting the basics on paper for their review. Let's give it a try with at least three regions.

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