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Portugues BrasileiroIcon-Brazil.png
Flag of Brazil   Coat of Arms of Brazil

On the map

General rank 4
Country power 825
Motto Ordem e Progresso
Capital Rio Grande do Sul
Alliance Syndicate
Language Portuguese
Population 4111
Average level 15
President Nino Stradivarius Victorius
Party - FENIX -
Dictator Nino Stradivarius Victorius
Military unit Flying CATs
Political titles
vCP Xx.Gunner.xX
MoFA Dio Vigon
Governor Raphael Louis Habsburg Bourbon
MoEd Lancys
Currency Flag-Brazil.jpg Brazilian Real (BRL)
Minimum salary Flag-Brazil.jpg 1.00 BRL
Average salary Flag-Brazil.jpg 33.20 BRL
Food bonus 15%
Weapon bonus 100%
House bonus 45%
Aircraft bonus 0% -- military variables -->
Territories 10
Forum eRepublik BR

Map of Brazil

Last update 4 July 2016

Brazil (Brasil in Portuguese, Brozil for its closest allies), is the largest South American nation located in the Western Hemisphere. Brazil borders Portugal, Spain, South Africa, Indonesia and all Latin American countries but Chile.

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50px-Current event marker.jpg Community

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Brazil-national-emblems.jpg Language

The official language of Brazil is Portuguese. However, many Brazilians speak English and a smaller portion speak Spanish as well. All newspapers in Brazil are written in Portuguese but frequently English or Spanish versions are included, depending on the aimed readers.

Icon allcountries.gif Geography

Brazil is unique in linking Europe and Africa. With several neighboring countries and a couple more a few regions away, Brazil is a key tactical position in the Americas. Brazil itself answers for roughly 25% of the populace of all American countries.

Once part of the Icon-PEACE.pngIcon-Phoenix.png PEACE/Phoenix alliance network since their both beggining, Brazil has declared its neutrality on 7th December 2010 , due to amongst other things lack of Phoenix support in the Invasion of Iberian Peninsula and disagreements with the Hungarian government. Brazil still maintains strained ties with its closest allies in Phoenix, such as Indonesia, Argentina and Serbia.

Due to an invasion of the Brazilian homeland and several successful resistance wars, Brazil only had one region left, in South African - Eastern Cape.

There is an ongoing major discussion among Brazilian citizens asking for more regions. Several open letters have been sent to the admins, asking regions equivalent to all Brazilian states (26) and the Federal District (1).

Icon-Brazil.png Regions of Brazil

Brazil consists of 6 original regions. The original territory of Brazil is composed of several regions: Center West of BrazilNortheast of BrazilNorth of BrazilParana and Santa CatarinaRio Grande do Sul, and Southeast of Brazil.

Its current territories are listed below:

Original Owner Resource Map
Rio Grande do Sul Icon-capital.gif Icon-Brazil.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Rio Grande do Sul.png
Center West of Brazil Icon-Brazil.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Center West of Brazil.png
Central Venezuela Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Central Venezuela.png
Central Western Venezuela Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Sand.png Sand (resource) Region-Central Western Venezuela.png
Guayana Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Rubber.png Rubber Region-Guayana.png
Llanos Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Llanos.png
North Central States Icon-Nigeria.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-North Central States.png
North East States Icon-Nigeria.png Icon - Granite.png Granite Region-North East States.png
North Eastern Venezuela Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Oil.png Oil Region-North Eastern Venezuela.png
North West States Icon-Nigeria.png Icon - Rubber.png Rubber Region-North West States.png
North of Brazil Icon-Brazil.png Icon - Rubber.png Rubber Region-North of Brazil.png
Northeast of Brazil Icon-Brazil.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Northeast of Brazil.png
Parana and Santa Catarina Icon-Brazil.png Icon - Sand.png Sand (resource) Region-Parana and Santa Catarina.png
Rio Grande do Sul Icon-Brazil.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Rio Grande do Sul.png
South West States Icon-Nigeria.png Icon - Saltpeter.png Saltpeter Region-South West States.png
Southeast of Brazil Icon-Brazil.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Southeast of Brazil.png


Government Newspapers
Government Entity Organisation Newspaper
Ministry of Defense Ministerio da Defesa Forças Armadas do Brasil
Ministry of Finance Ministerio da Fazenda Ministerio da Fazenda
Controle Nacional Tesouro Nacional
Ministry of Communications Ministerio das Comunicacoes Diario Oficial do Brasil
Ministry of Education Ministerio da Educacao MdE - Diario Educativo
Social Care Assistencia Social Ajuda aos Iniciantes
National Congress Congresso Brasileiro Plenario Nacional


See History of Brazil for more details.

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Icon-taxes.gif Tax

Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Q3.png Food 0% 1% 5%
Icon - Weapon Q2.png Weapon 0% 1% 5%
Icon - Aircraft.png Aircraft 0% 0% 0%
Icon - Moving ticket Q3.png Tickets 0% 0% 0%
Icon - House Q3.png Houses 0% 1% 1%
Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Raw Materials.png Food raw material 0% 1% -
Icon - Weapon Raw Materials.png Weapon raw material 0% 1% -
Icon - House Raw Materials.png House raw material 0% 1% -
Icon - Aircraft raw materials.png Aircraft raw material 0% 0% -
  • Last update: 12 April 2016


Brazil has blocked trade with the following nations:

This country doesn't have any trading embargoes at the moment.

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President Flag President of Brazil.png Bozo MADLIFE
Vice President Flag Vice-President of Brazil.png Bellenus
Minister of Defense Seal Brazil Coloured.png Gunner.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Seal Brazil Coloured.png Nicola Tesla
Minister of Finance Seal Brazil Coloured.png Mr. Indigo
Chief of Staff Seal Brazil Coloured.png [Doesn't exist anymore]
Minister of Labour Seal Brazil Coloured.png [Doesn't exist anymore]
Minister of Communications Seal Brazil Coloured.png Jesse X
Minister of Education Seal Brazil Coloured.png Eikke
Minister of Welfare Seal Brazil Coloured.png [Doesn't exist anymore]

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There are currently over 30 political parties in Brazil, many of which have changed names multiple times throughout the Brazilian history.

Major Political Parties
Logo Party Name Abbreviation Political Stance Party President Members Congressmen Percentage of Congress
Party-ARENA.jpg ARENA ARENA Center-right, Libertarian Me. Raul Alves ~387 10 25%
Party-FENIX.jpg - FENIX - FENIX Center, Libertarian Frade Eremita ~173 10 25%
Default party logo.gif Partido NERD NERD Far-left, Libertarian Paul Lago ~91 5 12.5%
Party-Mobilização Pelo Brasil.jpg Movimento Pelo BRASIL MPB Center, Libertarian Stor_Vali ~90 10 25%
Party-Partido Militar v2.jpg Partido Militar PM Far-right, Authoritarian Dio Vigon ~80 5 12.5%

For political parties outside the Top 5, see the in game rankings.

Icon - Congress.jpg Congress

Brazilian National Congress

Brazil has always had 40 Congress seats in its history, while the number of candidates per region varied significantly over the Brazilian history, due to constant invaded regions. Brazil has six core regions, therefore each region will typically have six candidates with four wildcards making up the total of 40. As the Southeastern region holds a large proportion of the Brazilian population, most wildcards tend to be selected from Southeastern candidates.

Brazilian Congress arouses little interest in the experienced and senior citizens, being composed largely of newcomers and semi-active citizens that are barely familiarized with game mechanics, economics and diplomacy. As result, the Brazilian Congress has been classified as weak and just a government's tool, considering quite a few decisions were actually made by the Congress itself.

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Brazilian Foreign Affairs Ministry

Icon-war.png Wars

Brazilian Army marching on Mesopotamia (29 December 2008)


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