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Post by Sunemia » Sat Oct 12, 2019 5:03 pm

Sunemia asks for trade deals
Recently, the Sunemian Government have devolped interrests in pursuing an free-trade policy with others nations. Free trade with the Shen Empire has been signed, sending fish to Shen and low-cost fishing equipaments to Sunemia. Other talks for free trade with others nations have intensified,and many expect an trade deal with Eiria. This has benefited the Sunemian Economy, which it's industry have slighty costs decrease,due to the acess to foreign manunfacturing sector.
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Post by Sunemia » Mon Oct 28, 2019 3:39 pm

New Darwin adapts ranked
choice voting

With new mayor elections in the next month,New Darwin have adapted ranked choice voting. The law has been proposed by city councilor Boston Davis,from the Liberal Democratic Party: "Ranked choice voting allows voters to select candidates and is very useful when there are many candidates.'' The reform was well viewed, and many expect an nation-wide enactment of the law.
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Post by Sunemia » Sun Nov 03, 2019 3:43 pm

Sunemia invests in renewable energy and act against coal and oil companies
The Sunemian government has recently declared an large investment and subsidies in renewable energy corporations. It was popular in the enviromentalist groups,however,it was controversial to some Labour members,because Rayana Christson is the ex-CEO of Sollica,an solar energy corporation and because parts of the subsides to renewable energy corporation was funded by an cut in 20% of the subsides of coal/oil corporations.
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Post by Sunemia » Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:13 pm

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Carbon tax imposed; Revenue is invested into public parks and reciclage
Today,an carbon tax was imposed in Sunemia. The revenue was going to be invested in an public parks renovation,to bring more tourism and in waste disposal. Most polluting corporations were also taxed,as an incentive to switch to more eco-friendly industry. ''An enviromental policy which brings revenue should be invested in the enviroment. It's only fair that we invest in our parks,it's our moral obligation to care about the enviroment. An carbon tax is an effective way to reduce carbon emissions.'' Says Liwe Salmon,the Minister of the Enviroment.

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Post by Sunemia » Tue Nov 26, 2019 5:39 pm

Native Remembrance Day march has over 2 milion citizens
Today,is an historic day for Sunemia. It's the aniversary of the terrible Rekheanow massacre,an massacre organized against natives by the foul English colonizers. The Native Remembrance Day is marked with an large march over formers native-held cities,incluiding Nashai. The March reunited over 2 million citizens, an historical high. ''This is not an protest,because the government is not acting against we. It's remembrance,to never commit again the crimes of our settlers and respect our ancestors.'',says Merrene Sikhui, an native remembrance organizer of Nashai.

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