Imperial Greek Federation Of Centrillia

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    Location: Entirety of Balkan Peninsula from Thrace to the island of Crete.
    Total Area: 131,990 km?
    Natural resources: plenty of reserves of plentiful minerals, silver, copper, and bronze plentiful with abundance of fish and lumber.
    Disputes: Cyprus with the Turkish Territories, as well as other minor amounts of islands in the Aegean Sea

    Population: 19,294,918 (January 2005 Census)

    Life expectancy rate:
    Male: 73 years
    Female: 78 years

    Population structure:
    Male: 41,1%
    Female: 49,9%
    Age structure:
    0-14 years: 26,3%
    15-64 years: 70,9%
    65 years and over: 8,8%
    Population growth rate: 2,2% (July 2006 est.)

    Total population: 99,9%
    Male: 99,9%
    Female: 99,9%

    Adjective: Centrillion, Greek
    Noun: Centrillion(s), Greek(s)
    Religion: 45% Atheist, with over 50% of the population being some form of Christian, 12% Lutheran, 26% Orthodox Christian, 12% Protestant Catholic, 2% Calvinist, 3% Evangelical Lutheran
    Ethnic groups: 46,45% Greek, 51,38% Centrillion, 2,32.4% Turk, 0,64% Serbs, 0,98% Thracians
    Official State Language: Greek
    Official State Religion: Orthodox Christian

    Country name: Imperial Greek Federation of Centrillia
    Conventional short form: Imperial Centrillia, Greece
    Local long form: αυτοκρατορία Έλληνας σωστή ανάλυση λύ αλήθεια
    Local short form: αυτοκρατορία αλήθεια
    Former: Greece, The Federated Republic of Centrillia
    Capitol: Athens
    Form of government: Imperialistic Socialism
    Internet domain: .gk, .cr
    Independance: 25 March 1821, from Ottoman Empire
    National holidays: March 25 - Independence Day, Christmas - December 25
    National motto: άφησέ η αλήθεια λέω ( Let the Truth be Told!)
    Constitution: 9 March 1978
    UN Civil rights rating: Superb (January 2007 est.)
    UN Political freedoms rating: Fair (January 2007 est.)
    Suffrage: 18 years of age, universal and equal

    Note:Elections take place only after the Dictator, or Emperor dies, normally there wouldn't be an election, but if requested by the Administration, it will be carried out.

    National Anthem: Ύμνος εις την Ελευθερίαν ("Hymn to Freedom")

    Armed Forces
    Branches: Ground forces, Navy, Air forces, Air defense forces
    Intelligence and other armed agencies: SEART, IWR, IDA
    Number of military personnel: 4.241.985 Million People
    Budget: $12 Billion exactly
    Supreme Commander of the Soviet Armed Forces: Lord Castellan Langston Maels
    Policy on WMD: Non-Conventional, Used with jurisdiction.

    Federal Government
    Emperor: Lord Doerith Toerin ( Controls most authoritive duties )
    Minister of Foreign Affairs: Leon I. Lenuind
    Minister of Internal Affairs: Valencia E. Remir
    Minister of Science: Remius R. Freidsil
    Legislative branch: The Congress of People's Deputies is the supreme organ of the USSR state power, with 2.250 members, that councils once a year and has authority over matters of major importance, such as amending the constitution. There is also the bicameral USSR Supreme Soviet (Verkhovnyy Sovyet) which consists of two coequal houses--Council of the Union (Sovyet Soyuza) and Council of Nationalities (Sovyet Natsionalnostey), with 750 members each, which takes most decisions but the most important (eg constitutional changes) which are taken by the Congress of People's Deputies. The members of the Supreme Soviet are elected by the members of the Congress of People's Deputies from among themselves, who in turn are elected directly by the population.

    Monetary Unit: Euro's.
    UN Economic rating: Superb
    GDP: purchasing power parity - $261.018 billion (January 2007 est.)
    GDP per capita: $235,500(January 2006 est.)
    GDP, real growth rate: 7,80 percent per annum (January 2007 est.)
    agriculture: 8%
    industry: 49%
    services: 43% (January 2007 est.)
    _Government budge_t: revenues 12 Billion; expenditures: $24,16 billion
    Agriculture: Grain, potatoes, livestock, fish, and others
    Mining: Silver, Copper, natural minerals such as phosuperous, iron, and others
    Manufacturing: Transportation equipment, luxury, and mostly food production along with packaging
    Exports: $24.42 billion (January 2007 est.)
    Imports: $59.12 billion(January 2007 est.)
    Major exports: Machinery, wood and wood products, transportation equipment, electric and electronic equipment, chemica's, armaments
    Major imports: Transportation equipment, electric and electronic equipment, machinery, apparel, chemicals, food products
    Major trade partners for exports: Germany 13.2%, Italy 10.3%, UK 7.5%, Bulgaria 6.3%, U.S. 5.3%, Cyprus 4.6%, Turkey 4.5%, France 4.2%
    Major trade partners for imports: Germany 13.3%, Italy 12.8%, France 6.4%, Netherlands 5.5%, Russia 5.5%, U.S. 4.4%, UK 4.2%, South Korea 4.1%

    Energy, communications, and transportation
    Electricity per source:

    Thermal Sources: 7,1 percent
    Hydroelectric Sources: 59,7 percent
    Geothermal, Solar and Wind sources: 5,4 percent
    Customary Sources: 13,4%

    _Number of Radios per 1.000 peopl_e: 1.567
    Number of Telephones per 1.000 people: 1.121
    Number of Televisions per 1.000 people: 1.241
    Number of Internet Hosts per 10.000 people: 9.459
    Number of motor vehicles per 1.000 people: 0.759
    Daily newspaper circulation per 1000 people: 615
    Paved roads as a share of national roads: 92 percent (2007)

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