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Re: Καλοπίκή Ειδήσεων (Kalopian News)

Postby Franco Urquhart » Fri Dec 22, 2017 9:15 am

Kalopian Economy On Track For Further Growth: Castellanos

ELEOPOLIS -- Finance Minister Gregory Castellanos has called the recent economic report on Kalopia's economy to be indicating a stronger year for the Kalopian economy next year, due in part to strong policies implemented by the EPS Government that has allowed Kalopia's business confidence, consumer confidence and productivity per worker to rise, by rolling back more than 40 regulations in the past year that were severely restricting economic potential in Kalopia. The EPS, the main governing party since the fall of the Junta in 4314, has had a strong economic track record, with the massive cuts to the income tax, by reducing the top rate from 35% to 19% and the bottom rate from 12% to 3%, and by harmonising the national sales tax regime to ensure ease of compliance and understanding. The Finance Minister said that, "for a Kalopia to be strong, the government must be prudent and fiscally responsible. The EPS pledges to continue a regime of no deficits, unlike the previous Junta, which repeatedly financed massive spending through tax increases on the most productive members of our economy, and we pledge to continue having an open and free market with fair competition and low regulations for our economy to continue prospering." When asked by reporters about whether he would continue as Finance Minister in the next government, Castellanos said that, "all I can say is that for the EPS to be part of any coalition, the EPS must get the Finance position. Whether or not I will continue will be a decision for Prime Minister Vlachos and the Party's Central Executive Committee to decide on." Castellanos also emphasised that the EPS's "strong track record on the economy should be a point for voters to remember, and that a strong economy is necessary before any other freedoms and decorative policies can be implemented."
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Re: Καλοπίκή Ειδήσεων (Kalopian News)

Postby Franco Urquhart » Fri Dec 22, 2017 9:33 am

EPS Has Strong Record of Economic & Social Stability: Vlachos

ELEOPOLIS -- In an dialogue with reporters and business leaders yesterday, Prime Minister Sebastianos Vlachos was asked about a wide range of issues, especially since an early election is expected since the demise of the KSK. On the issue of the controversial Kalopian Communities Reconstruction Act, the Prime Minister commented that, "in the televised Grand National Assembly debates on this bill, I think we all can see that some parties are obviously trying to exploit the issue of race and religion to attack other parties, which I think is definitely not acceptable of any public servant because our nation is still very fresh from the apartheid rule of the former Junta, and any of such prodding will only deepen the tensions and unhappiness between different groups of people in Kalopia. Freedom of expression is important, but we mustn't overstep the religious freedoms of others." The Prime Minister also emphasised that the main issue in the election should be whether or not Kalopia wants a free economy and a civilised populace, or whether it wants anarchy and lack of stability. The Prime Minister called upon prominent business leaders like Anand Al-Shabir, CEO of ZentraLand Group, Liam Tsipras, President of WPE Industries and Giovanni Michelopoulos, Chairman of Vulcan Industries, and discussed the issue of the election. The three business leaders agreed that the election was important, and said that the current climate the EPS has engineered in Kalopia was the most conducive for businesses to flourish, because of the strong, stable social conditions that have been laid down, with adequate freedom and yet enough control to ensure stability. They indicated that if the election swung towards a Kalopia that teeters close to instability due to excess freedom, their companies would seek better opportunities elsewhere to bolster the security of their profits and operations. The Prime Minister said in response, "this is not very desirable, but understandable given that you are private businesses, but I sincerely hope that that would not happen, for the good of Kalopia and for the good of the future."
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Re: Καλοπίκή Ειδήσεων (Kalopian News)

Postby Arapaima13 » Fri Dec 22, 2017 5:03 pm

BREAKING: Malan Berisha Claims Legislative Victory for Reformists
- Calls for major constitutional and social change
- Berisha says results show Majatrans and Turjaks not wanted in Kalopia
- Reform Party defeated in Presidential Election, as Incumbent given Conservative Endorsement

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Malan Berisha spoke in front of a large audience at the Reform Party headquarters, following his legislative victory in the Kalopian elections.

The votes have been counted up, and Berisha's men have stormed to a large 118 seats in the Assembly. Amassing 40% of the vote, the Reform Party has retaken Kalopian politics comprehensively, taking three regions - including two with outright majorities. Although defeated in the Presidential Election, due to a widespread conservative campaign by the Ultranationalists and National Conservatives, which saw the Reform Party suffer in the Second Round, Malan Berisha has said that it his party has been given a mandate to "shake up constitutional and social legislation" for the people of Kalopia.

Positioning themselves as the "liberal" choice in this election, despite their nationalistic tendencies, the voters flocked behind the Reform Party who helped steady the ship two decades ago, and restore Kalopia to an era of stability. Attacking oppressive, fascistic policies, such as those of the Ultra Nationalists, has paid off for the Reformists, as most Kalopians remember vividly the dire Turjak Junta, which nearly flatlined both social and economic development. It is clear that espousing permissive views has been successful, as the KWIS, Ultra Nationalists, and National Conservatives all came out with poor results - with the more moderate EPS having a modest rise in their vote.

But now in this position, what are the Reform Party seeking to achieve? We have already been informed by the Party's Executive Committee that the De-Turjakising Act shall be reintroduced to the Assembly in order to receive the 2/3 majority it requires - which should easily pass should all the parties vote "yes" a second time. The Communication and Press Director for the party, Dafni Michelakos, also communicated that the Reform Party wants to start discussion around legislative seat numbers, and how voting is conducted. We can also expect a myriad of new social reform being brought to the House, although this may be harder for the party to force through, with the majority of the House remaining socially conservative.

There is also need to talk about possible coalition building. Although some in the Reform Party would perhaps favour a supply-and-demand minority government, it is hard to see where they would get the needed support to carry this out. As for coalition partners, the only two viable options are the EPS, due to the lack of a strong relation with the Ultra Nationalists, the lack of seats from the National Conservatives, and the clash in ideology with the KWIS. Despite being the largest party, and commanding a large mandate from the people of Kalopia, the Reformists ending up in Opposition is still a factor.

For now though, the party is in a jovial spirit, shown by the enthusiasm with which Malan Berisha addressed supporters at their headquarters in Siphina. Putting aside racial and religious differences, Berisha praised the province of Al-Najd (he refuses to name the region by its Turjak variant) for backing the Reform Party, and said that the Wantuni populace definitely gave a helping hand in the electing of the Reform Party. In the same fashion that saw the original party veer away from its anti-Majatran stance, it seems that Berisha may be prepared to do the same with Reform Party Version 2. Despite this, he was still very critical of the Turjak populace, who he says, are the reason that the KWIS were able to win in Mossavi.

We have much to be thankful today my friends. On top of our truly spectacular victory, we must praise the people of Al-Najd for supporting the Reform Party. I think that the Wantuni have said shown that they want to be part of Kalopia, and we must and should respect that. I thank them for putting their trust in the Reform Party. We must have a serious talk within our party over what position we should take on the matter, and I would hope that we can see a greater recognition of Wantuni in our party in the near future. However, my friends. The Turjaks are not as willing to support us. They allowed the extremists to win in the state of Mossavi. This is unnacceptable, and shows that they cannot conform with Kalopian society. Ever since the Junta these people have been a problem, and it has to end. Kalopia is not the traditional home for the Turjaks. It is not right that they remain here. I promise I will be pursuing legislation that, firstly restricts the movements of extremist organisations - including the KWIS, and secondly, looks into sending Turjaks back to their own country.
Extract from Malan Berisha's Speech to Reform Party members.

The nation is at a crossroads. The Reform Party has the potential to change Kalopia forever, with wide sweeping changes, and reforms. Whether this will happen however? We will have to wait and see.
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Re: Καλοπίκή Ειδήσεων (Kalopian News)

Postby Franco Urquhart » Sat Dec 23, 2017 2:58 pm

EPS Open To Coalition Talks, But Reminds Reformists That They Don't Hold All The Cards

ELEOPOLIS -- Incumbent Prime Minister Sebastianos Vlachos has indicated that the EPS would be open for coalition talks once more, but promises no guarantees, and hints that due to the precarious situation in Kalopia since the latest legislative election, which has seen a hung Kalopian legislature, fresh elections may once again be called if coalition talks fail to reach fruition. The EPS gained 10 seats while seeing its current partners in the Grand National Assembly lose a significant number of seats to the liberal Reform Party in this election, however, close cooperation among the 4 parties has seen the Reformists denied a clear majority in the Grand National Assembly, making it very possible to see that the Reformists may very well join the ranks of the Opposition due to the lack of seats.

This is the full text of Vlachos's speech to the EPS yesterday.
"Kalopia has reached a turning point. The EPS has done well, with all incumbent cabinet ministers and members retaining their seats, and seeing 10 more of our illustrious members getting elected. We also congratulate Governor Maximus Afroudakis for his strong performance in Minosasa. However, much remains to be done to better the lives of all Kalopians. The EPS has led Kalopia through an unprecedented period of stability even when the state of the Kalopian Grand National Assembly may wonder how it was even possible with such a divided legislature. It just shows the credibility the EPS and our valuable partners in our governance of Kalopia. Under the EPS, Kalopia has seen a rebound in the economy with all our partners embracing the ideals of free market capitalism, and allowing the invisible hand to do what it does best, creating prosperity for every single Kalopian. Under the EPS, we have healed the wounds of the racial divide Kalopia once had under the military Junta, but we face yet another challenge, the Reformists, no matter their seemingly-liberal agenda, have something much more terrifying up their sleeves. They anti-Majatran, anti-Turjak, anti-Ahmadi agenda is seriously damaging to the social stability of our country. They promote blatant racism, blatant ethno-religious biases, and stoke the flames that will destabilise Kalopia and harm our economy. The Kalopian people have rightly chosen their representatives. They have rightly demanded that same balance of power between the current 4 parties that form the spine of the current government we have. The Majatrans rightly chose KWIS to represent them, the Hosians rightly chose the National Conservatives, the Ultranationalists rightly captured the hearts of strong social conservatives and militarists, while us, the EPS, we have a share of every group in Kalopia. Our 4-party alliance makes our nation strong, our communities stable, and forms a glue that holds us all together. We cannot afford to lose the social stability we have as a nation. We cannot afford for another era of apartheid. We cannot choose a way of life that demonises others blindly. Kalopians, we must stand together, and fight against hypocrisy, stand for strong communal and moral values, free markets, and harmony in diversity. All Kalopians belong to our wonderful Kalopian family, our Kalopian nation, and we must not divide ourselves and allow foreigners to exploit our tensions. We must show the world of our unity, and we must, show the world that we are Kalopians, regardless of race or religion. The Reformists need to be reminded that they do not hold all the cards in this legislature. They need to know how to give and take. They must recognise that they have no right to stomp on those they require the support of. Unless this happens, all coalition talks will still be ongoing, but I guarantee that Kalopia under the EPS will have a better and brighter future, a nation of equal opportunities will manifest itself for all Kalopians. Because we believe in Kalopia, we believe in you, the people, and because we stand together as one people, one family, one Kalopia!"
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Re: Καλοπίκή Ειδήσεων (Kalopian News)

Postby Arapaima13 » Sun Dec 24, 2017 11:04 pm

BREAKING: Kalopia On Verge Of War
- Kalopian Parties unite against foreign threat.
- Malan Berisha appointed "war time" Prime Minister in National Unity Cabinet.
- Tensions begun by the passing of the Border Wall Act in the Solentian Senate.


In an unprecedented whirlwind of events, Kalopia has found itself on the brink of all out war with Solentia, following the passing of a bill in the Solentian Senate confirming plans to build a wall between the two nations. In events that nearly mirror the rise in tensions two decades ago, Kalopia has found itself again preparing for war against Solentia as all parties in the Grand National Assembly unite to fight the foreign threat.

For the second time in the 44th Century, Solentia have threatened to build a wall on the Kalopi-Solentian border. This time, the move was orchestrated by the self-proclaimed fascist party, the Faschistische Nationalbewegung (FNB), who is characterised by its Solentian-nationalist, and anti-Istalian views. Whilst some of its domestic ideas align with opinions in the Grand National Assembly, it is clear that all parties in Kalopia are hellbent in their aim to prevent foreign aggression against their nation. Being the largest party by some distance, the FNB were able to easily dictate the Senate such that it was not difficult to find a majority for the wall.

As a consequence of these actions, Kalopia has pledged to "tear [the] wall down", and will send in both military troops, and paramilitary troops, to dismantle any part of the wall that is actually built. The government is also very clear that should any of these troops be attacked in any form by Solentia, this shall be viewed as an act of war, and Kalopia will declare war upon Solentia. This now seems probable, as it is doubtful that the FNB would be willing to back away from a wall between the two nations, and it would be too financially costly for them to allow Kalopian troops to continue to break down the wall peacefully.

A consequence of this aggressive behaviour from Solentia, has actually resulted in agreement within Kalopia. It appeared that we were set for months of negotiations in order to determine the first new cabinet since the demise of the EPS. Although progress was being made, the two main negotiators, the KWIS and the Reform Party, were still hammering out a deal, and agreement appeared a way off. However, through the actions of the FNB and the Solentian Senate, the parties have agreed to a National Unity Cabinet which will allow all the parties to work together on protecting Kalopia. The new Prime Minster, Malan Berisha, has already sent off a message to Istalia, whilst the Foreign Minister has also made contact with Solentia.

Now, we are resigned to wait; the fate of Kalopia resting upon the decisions of politicians. We seem destined to go to war - however, should commonsense prevail in Solentia, then just maybe, we could avoid conflict all together. We will just have to wait and see.
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Re: Καλοπίκή Ειδήσεων (Kalopian News)

Postby Arapaima13 » Tue Dec 26, 2017 10:28 pm

BREAKING: Berisha Says No to Fascist's Compromise
- Confirms Kalopia's terms remain the same
- Says he wants Kalopia and Istalia to discuss possible military action
- Warns that there is no place for fascism in Terra


Berisha has announced Kalopia's response to the offered compromises to the Kalopia-Solentia Crisis from the Fascists in Solentia. In a strongly worded statement to the Government, the Prime Minister said no talk would occur unless Solentia backs down. He also maintained Kalopia's position that should any violence be used by Solentia - even teargas and water cannons, which have been placed at the construction site - war would be inevitable.

Within Solentia, it appears that the FNB may now have a harder time in pushing through agenda, with a reduced seat share. Although they are adamant that the wall will go ahead, should those who voted against the bill choose to repeal it, they could be successful. This is undoubtedly the best outcome - a simple bill through the Senate, and the avoidance of bloodshed. However, this is reliant on the SPS (who abstained last time) not supporting the bill - and it is not known which way they would vote.

In Kalopia, however, there is a clear consensus to stand up to Solentia. Winning the support of regional, and global power Istalia, will empower the Kalopian government to be more bold in there actions and there demands. This, though, may lead to the government becoming overly confident, and all-out war spilling out as a result. Berisha showcased this in his latest remarks towards Solentia, as well as his latest remarks to the press:

Undoubtedly, Solentia's actions are clearly blatant and unwise. They are damaging relations with neigbouring nations, and pursuing an incredibly aggressive foreign policy against other nations. We will not back down from our position, and hence we expect them to shift, or we fear the inevitably is conflict. Let us remind ourselves, however, that should conflict occur, the country to blame will be Solentia. I have full confidence in the Kalopian military that they will - should the time come - show Solentia why they did not want to act in this manner to our nation.

I will call on Solentia again to repeal their Border Wall Act. You have the votes to do so within the Senate. The building of the wall begins within just a few weeks. Should a bill be brought to the House, you may just spare your nation from facing the inevitable consequences of your actions.


The Prime Minister also had a strongly worded message to the FNB, who questioned the Grand National Assembly about why Kalopia believed the wall to be a breach of national sovereignty:

We do not wish for there to be a wall between our nations, wherever it is positioned. We will therefore tear it down as it is built - peacefully. Should a Solentian troop fire upon these peaceful soldiers tearing down your wall, this will be an act of war, and we will respond accordingly. It is that simple. We have permission from your President to do so, and hence us entering your nation is not a violation of your sovereignty. We will ask you again to stand down.


Meanwhile, the military, and several paramilitaries have begun conducting training drills together in order to prepare for possible conflict. This is a monumental moment, as it is the first time that paramilitaries have worked with the army since the fall of the Junta. It is believed, however, that nearly all known paramilitaries support government action in Solentia, and only a few radically far-left organisations have refused to become involved in helping. In particular, the Reform Party paramilitary: Children of the Reform Party, has already been moved towards the border, in order to prepare for incoming police forces from Solentia.

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Re: Καλοπίκή Ειδήσεων (Kalopian News)

Postby Arapaima13 » Sat Dec 30, 2017 12:15 am

BREAKING: Reform Party Victorious
- Malan Berisha claims the Presidency as Reform Party storms to a majority in the Assembly
- President calls for "social upheaval"
- President's political ally, and University roommate, Taulant Kaleci, becomes Prime Minister


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President Berisha spoke in the capital Helios, following his Presidential Election victory.

The Reform Party and Malan Berisha have stormed to an unprecedented victory in the latest elections in Kalopia, claiming the Presidency and a legislative majority just five years after the refounding of the party. Berisha, popular due to his efforts as Prime Minister during the Kalopia-Solentia Border Wall Crisis that characterised the last Ministry, won comfortably with over 55% of the vote, whilst the parliamentary party received just shy of 52% of the seats in the Grand National Assembly.

The last three years have seen very little change in legislation in Kalopia due to the tensions with Solentia. A remarkable moment in Kalopian politics, the three parties put aside their differences and formed a National Unity Cabinet that allowed Kalopia to remain stable during their stand-off with Solentia. The international standing of Kalopia has long been a critical issue for the voters, and through their running commentary of the situation, the Reform Party appear to have given the voters what they want - greater international influence. Although the other parties were crucial during the Unity Cabinet, neither were able to convey this message to people as well as the Reform Party, and this has almost certainly been reflected in these election results.

And the Reform Party have spent no time at all pottering about, introducing controversial and historical social reform immediately. The Grand Social Liberties Act removes government from marriage, as well as gives the individual the right to decide their own identity. Even three years ago, this would have been impossible, with a majority being held by conservative parties ever since the demise of the Liberal Democratic Movement in 4300s, however, the Reform Party have finally returned a socially liberal party to the political foreground, something that will send political shockwaves for years to come.

The Reform Party has also introduced a new International Relations Bill that has announced Kalopia's support of Cobura for Seat B in the Security Council. Following the elections, the new government announced that it had been in dialogue with Cobura, and that it planned to support their drive for the Security Council in order to establish a "more democratic International Community." The new government's withdrawal of support for Indrala is also suspected to be an attempt to help Cobura catch up before the elections in 4226. The bill also relaxes passport and border control regulation, in order to create a more open image of the nation.

However, the critics are already pointing their fingers at the new Prime Minister, Taulant Kaleci. With no ministerial experience, it is expected that his appointment was made by the party's Executive Committee, a committee he is part of. The Assembly Member, whose seat is in Seshold, is a close friend to Malan Berisha, and this proximity, along with his similar political alignment, is expected to be the reason for his selection. This is perhaps most telling if you look at his cabinet, where the majority of Berisha's closest allies have been given promotions or retained their jobs, whilst the "less important" positions have been chopped and changed.

Addressing a large crowd, Berisha said the time was right for "social upheaval". In his speech, broadcasted throughout the country, Berisha said his Presidency would be "characterised by monumental social and economic development that would launch Kalopia into the wider world as a more influential nation." During his speech, where he made several bold promises, such as promising an "education system so good that even communists will have to admit that privatisation in education works." However, it is undoubtedly his positivity that stood out the most. Despite a rocky few years for Kalopia, it is clear the new President believes things are beginning to pick up, and Kalopia is beginning to make the progression envisaged by the party's original founders in the 4290s.

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The new Prime Minister, Taulant Kaleci.

OTHER NEWS: Kalopia Urges Communication and Teamwork to deal with FNB Reemergence
- Foreign Affairs Minister says it is necessary to keep "tabs" on the FNB
- Reform Party introduce vote that will see FNB listed as a "proscribed organisation"
- Berisha says Solentia must take action to prevent it falling back into fascist hands


Kalopia has called upon Solentia to work together in order to prevent the resurgence of the FNB. Following the fascist party's reformation, and announcement that it intends to run for the Solentian Senate, the Reform Party has proposed legislation to "place tabs" on the FNB as a preventative measure in the name of national security. In one of his first appearances as President, Malan Berisha called upon Solentia to take the appropriate steps to avoid more fascist rule, and tension with neighbours.

In the proposed Continuing Surveillance of Solentia Act, are plans to legally recognise the Faschistische Nationalbewegung as a proscribed organisation. Through this proposal, the Reform Party hopes to legitimise through law the ability to survey and gather intelligence regarding the FNB. It is proposed that intelligence is gathered regarding certain leading individuals of the FNB, as well as any events, such as rallies, held by the organisation.

However, it is not clear how this would be achieved. The vaguely worded bill fails to place the Grand National Assembly as responsible for the gathering of intelligence and merely says it backs and permits funding. This lack of clarity demonstrates the difficulty in pulling this off. It would almost certainly be taken badly within Solentia were Kalopian Secret Service Officials discovered spying on effectively getting involved in the political process in Solentia, and some reports suggest that the Reform Party will send some members of its own paramilitary to conduct the mission.

However, the Foreign Affairs Minister, Kolenta Kapllani, has said it is necessary to place tabs on the FNB in order to retain stability in both nations. Speaking to the newspaper, the Minister said:

I am convinced that the best way of preventing conflict is to regulate, and place tabs on the Faschistische Nationalbewegung. We believe that this legislation is required to prevent Solentia relapsing back into fascist rule - something that would be disastrous for both nations. Naturally I cannot give greater details on how this is achieved, nor can I confirm or deny reports regarding the use of non Secret Service organisations to carry out intelligence work, but I can assure you that this intelligence work will lead to a safer, more secure, and more stable Majatra.


The President has also discussed the issue, though expressed himself in a much more diplomatic way. When addressing a rally in Mossavi, near to the Solentian-Kalopian border, the President called upon "greater ties, and greater communication" between the two South-Eastern Majatran nations. He called upon his Solentian counterpart, Alexander Laudenslager, to create the necessary preventative measures required in order to stop fascism in its tracks, and retain peace in the region. He also warned that it would be Kalopia's duty to act should fascist rule ever be reinstalled in Solentia.
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Postby Arapaima13 » Sun Dec 31, 2017 1:53 pm

BREAKING: Prime Minister - "Kazulian Help Much Appreciated"
- Kazulia to help train Kalopian Armed Forces
- Move comes during continued tension with Solentia
- Taulant Kaleci says closer relationship with Kazulia will help bring stability


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The Prime Minister made his statement to a full house of 295 Assembly Members.

The Prime Minister, Taulant Kaleci, has publicly thanked Kazulia for pledging to help train the Kalopian Armed Forces. The move comes as Kalopia and her neighbour, Solentia, remain in a stalemate that has dragged on for nearly a decade now. During his address, Kaleci told the Grand National Assembly that assistance from "the best trained military in Terra" would help bring stability to Kalopia in unstable times.

The government has been fighting two different types of battle - one on the domestic front and one on the international level. At home, they have made the most of their majority by passing through socially liberal legislation that has left the conservative opposition fuming. Whilst there is currently little opposition due to the fact they hold that majority, it will undoubtedly have a damaging effect on relations between the parties in the Assembly. Meanwhile within international politics, the reformation of the FNB has kept them busy looking over their shoulder at Solentia and trying to find a solution.

Speaking in front of all 295 Assembly Members, Kaleci made a statement regarding the agreement. Though brief, and very metaphorical, Kaleci's message echoed a message that has been continually repeated by all governments since the original Reform Party in 4191: Return Kalopia to the World Stage.

Kalopia must strike whilst the iron is hot in order to build bridges with other nations that would allow us to protect the sovereignty and security of our nation, and the people of our nation. We have the opportunity today to further the quality of our Armed Forces, and all laudits must be made to Kazulia in making that possible. I am certain that
However, we also have the opportunity to further our diplomatic status and, to put it crudely, soft power. Kalopia stands bound in front of an ever nearing storm. If we do not lay the correct foundations we could be destroyed. However, weather the storm, and Kalopia will be stronger and wiser than ever before.
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OOC: This was never agreed upon. Please change the article. And as the vice chairman is a person created by me this is highly irregular.
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