The Federation Of Greco-bulgaria
"Seidinenieto pravi Silata"
The Federation of Greco-Bulgaria is a huge, environmentally stunning nation, remarkable for its devotion to social welfare. Its compassionate, hard-working population of 265 million have some civil rights, but not too many, enjoy the freedom to spend their money however they like, to a point, and take part in free and open elections, although not too often.
It is difficult to tell where the omnipresent government stops and the rest of society begins, but it juggles the competing demands of Education, Social Welfare, and Healthcare. The average income tax rate is 50%. A substantial private sector is dominated by the Gambling industry.
The nation is currently revamping its entire education system, the average commuter spends four hours a day driving to and from work, Animal Liberationists are regularly jailed, and citizens are bombarded with advertising from their compulsory minature radios. Crime is totally unknown. Greco-Bulgaria's national animal is the Lion, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its currency is the Lev.
Greco-Bulgaria is ranked 46th in the region and 22,923rd in the world for Safest Nations.
Capital City: Sofia
*Official: Bulgarian and Greek
Official Religion: Christian Orthodox
-Unification: 3th March, 1999
Population: 265 million (as of August2008)
Currency: Euro (?)
Internet TLD: .gb
Calling Code: +359
Head of State: The President
Other leaders: Prime Minister
Official language: Bulgarian and Greek
Religions: Christian Orthodox
Nationalities: Bulgarian 59% Greek 41%
Prime Minister: Boiko Borisov
President: Petar Stoyanov
Ministry of Defense: Martin Parapulos
Ministry of Justice: Asen Pravilov
Ministry of Labor and Social Policy: Georgi Veliki
Ministry of Education and Science: Prof. Zlatan Naidenov
Ministry of Agriculture: Sotris Portukalos
Ministry of Health: Lazaros Kalapulos
Ministry of Interior: Alexander Karaslavov
Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Alexander Grozdev
Ministry of Finances: Stefan Mechkarski
Ministry of Economy: Georgios Livadas
Ministry of Transport and Communications: Bozhidar Hristov
Ministry of Culture: Stefka Kostadinova
Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning : Nikos Dellas
Ministry of Informatic technology: Elin Stoev
Ministry of Tourism: Alcander Grasilos
POLITICAL PARTY: CERGB (Citizens for European Development of Greco-Bulgaria)
CAPITAL CITY: Sofia