I just have a question before I claim a spot on the map. Does the geography of the territory I'm claiming have to be the same as the geography I would like my nation to be? I'm looking for a spot that is very mountainous and similar to the Alps, but the closest thing I can find is #41, which is unfortunate because it also has some desert which is the complete opposite of the geography I want.
Yeah that's completely fine. The map with the topography is only meant to be a general guideline, but you can totally do your own thing too. We don't update that aspect of the map though, so as long as you can live with that. Welcome to the region by the way, we're glad to have you.
Ratified on February 4th, 2015 by a vote of 5-1-0 (83%)AYESpeaker John Walters, Twelve Commonwealths of HalsbergCouncillor Peter Montfort, Apostolic Kingdom of AngleterCouncillor Ralph Jaevons, Empire of InimicusCouncillor Acwellan Devoy am Harrison, Kendrelaatzenian Dominions of Duxburian UnionCouncillor Dr Jens Nørreport, Os CoreliaNAYCouncillor Fryderyk Kligenberg, Federal Republic of Poland-LithuaniaABSTAINNoneNOTES This Constitution replaced the Old Constitution, which was ratified in May 2007.
**Region Name:** The LCRUA
**Brief Region Description:** We are a region with the goal of closing the ideological gap peacefully, sharing culture and preserving freedom. We're also a part of AIR, an interregional alliance put together to thwart raiders.
**Nation of Region's 'Leader': South Asians and Sacred Butterfinger**
**Region Size:** 193 Nations
**Link to Regional Forums (if you have one):** The LCRUA Forum
**Other important details:** LCRUA Foreign Affairs Department
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