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Egypt
Flag of Egypt   Coat of Arms of Egypt

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General
General Rank 43
Anthem Bilady, Bilady, Bilady (My Homeland, My Homeland, My Homeland)[1]
Demographics
Language Arabic (Official), Catalan and English
Population 440
Capital Lower Egypt
Politics
Current President Temiser
Political Party Països Catalgipcians
Economics
Currency Egyptian Pound (EGP)
Minimum salary 14 EGP
Food bonus 0%
Weapon bonus 0%
Military
Territories 1
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Map of Egypt

Last update January 27th 2015



'Icon-Egypt.png Egypt' (English: Egypt; Catalan: Egipte; Arabic: مصر), officially the Arab Republic of Egypt is the most powerful organized country in the new world and consists of six core territories: Sinai, Lower Egypt, Middle Egypt, Upper Egypt, Western Desert, and the Red Sea Coast.

Egypt borders Icon-Greece.png Greece to the east.

Icon - Forums.png Society and Population

Egypt is the most populated of the three Middle East countries. Politics are hotly partisan with cultural tensions often flaring up between Arabs and Catalans which are the biggest groups in Egypt. Egypt is also a neutral country and tries to keep good relations with it's neighbors.

Geography

Egypt consists of 6 original regions. The original territory of Egypt is composed of several regions: Lower Egypt (occupied by Icon-Greece.png), Middle Egypt (occupied by Icon-Greece.png), Western Desert (occupied by Icon-Greece.png), Upper Egypt (occupied by Icon-Greece.png), Sinai (occupied by Icon-Cyprus.png), Red Sea Coast (occupied by Icon-Greece.png), 

Its current territories are listed below:

Original Owner Resource


Economy

Egypt has an embargo with the following nations:

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


Taxes

Product Work Tax Income Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Q3.png Food 0% 10% 99% 25%
Icon - Weapon Q2.png Weapon 10% 99% 25%
Icon - Food Raw Materials.png Food raw material 10% 10% -
Icon - Weapon Raw Materials.png Weapon raw material 10% 99% -
Icon - House Raw Materials.png House raw material 0% 0% -
Product Work Tax Income Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon Moving ticket Q3.png Tickets 0% - 10% 5%
Icon - House Q3.png Houses - 1% 1%
Icon Hospital Q3.png Hospitals - 1% 1%
Icon Defense system Q3.png Defense system - 15% 1%
  • Last update: 16 May 2012


Icon achievement president on.gif Politics

Similar to all of the other nations of the eworld, Egypt has a multi-party system; however, in practice, the Països Catalgipcians is the long-time ruling party and has dominated the Egyptian political arena with their presidential candidates being elected lots of different times.

The first President of Egypt, heboo, who served two terms, along with the Arab League, were both members of the Arab Liberal Party. The only party that managed to challenge the Arab Liberal Party's dominance over the presidency was the Egyptian Peoples' Party, later known as the Egyptian Socialist Party and Egyptian Capitalist Party. They managed to have Varlosh elected as the second President of Egypt following Heboo's second consecutive term, and managed to have him reelected following the presidency of Arab League.

Currently, Egypt has six political parties that vie for a majority in the Egyptian parliament. The two principal parties are 7zib Al Tahrir and Països Catalgipcians.

This is the list of all parties in Egypt:

Position Members Flag Party Leader
1. 44 Països Catalgipcians Senyorpirotècnic
2. 26 7zib Al Tahrir Ahmed Mahmoud Ali
3. 12 The Labour Party Kaiser Palestine
4. 10 P.S.U.C. Litustan
5. 8 Arab Liberal Party ezat8
6. 7 P.U.J.E. Ramon Trias Fargas

Last report: 23/01/15

Egypt presidents

Month Year President Picture Party Notes
February 2011 heboo Heboo avatar.jpg Arab Liberal Party 82.42% 75 votes, The first president of Egypt
March 2011 heboo Heboo avatar.jpg Arab Liberal Party 81.94% 59 votes
April 2011 Varlosh Varlosh logo.png Egyptian People's Party 55.42% 46 votes
May 2011 Arab League Arab League logo.jpg Arab Liberal Party 52.08% 68 votes
June 2011 Varlosh Varlosh logo.png Egyptian Socialist Party 46% 31 votes
July 2011 cecenija Pharaohtankorder-avatar.jpg Proud Egypt 53% 53 votes; Impeached
August 2011 Wichcro Proud Egypt 47,75% 53 votes
September 2011 Adriatic_Rage Zdrug2.jpg Misr lil Misreyeen 60% 33 votes
October 2011 Pitlja666 Egyptian NO 1 50,85% 30 votes
November 2011 ebreake The National Front Party 56,34% 40 votes
December 2011 Edd_dread Footyjeva Diktatura 60,00% 75 votes
January 2012 Akhraziel Dictatorship Party 55,88% 76 votes
February 2012 Varlosh Dictatorship Party 71,83% 51 votes
March 2012 Varlosh Dictatorship Party 81,63% 40 votes
April 2012 Akhraziel Dictatorship Party 58,62% 34 votes
May 2012 Gamal Abdel Nasser Dictatorship Party 32,26% 20 votes
June 2012 Varlosh Dictatorship Party 60,49% 49 votes
July 2012 Football Casual vucini apostoli 57,95% 51 votes
August 2012 Smilovic Amrodovi impovi 67,14% 47 votes
September 2012 Smartybarty 50px Dictatorship Party 57,38% 70 votes
November 2012 Beorin Beocroatia.jpg Futyjeva Diktatura 62% 62 votes
December 2012 ita ita Països Catalgipcians 100% 68 votes
January 2013 Andy The Razor Països Catalgipcians 100% 74 votes
February 2013 Ali Gual Països Catalgipcians 100% 93 votes
March 2013 alexbcn88 Països Catalgipcians 82.35% 98 votes
April 2013 Naboal Països Catalgipcians 63% 63 votes
May 2013 Costalsina Països Catalgipcians 59.79% 58 votes
June 2013 elBruch Països Catalgipcians 81.25% 78 votes
July 2013 Mr Edahi Impeached - Successor joanj90 LSD Libertarian Socialist Party 52.48% 53 votes
August 2013 Varlosh Impeached - Successor fetgefetgut 7zib Al Tahrir Party 69.48% 107 votes
September 2013 montserrati Països Catalgipcians 100% 80 votes - Other aspirant Banned for Multi-Accounts (Ahmed A.M.)
October 2013 Mr Edahi Free Nations Party 48.91% 45 votes
November 2013 Manuel Rochera Parrado Free Nations party satellite 56.88% 62 votes
December 2013 Jo1sei Free Nations Party 58.65% 61 votes
January 2014 Mr Edahi Free Nations Party 53.57% 45 votes
February 2014 Franjoli Països Catalgipcians 58.75% 47 votes
March 2014 Supervent Països Catalgipcians 52.17% 36 votes
April 2014 sferrer Països Catalgipcians 53.42% 39 votes
May 2014 Rupert Hallamer Països Catalgipcians 45.59% 31 votes
June 2014 Senyorpirotecnic Països Catalgipcians 48.53% 33 votes
July 2014 Rupert Hallamer Països Catalgipcians 54.84% 34 votes
August 2014 Supervent Països Catalgipcians 100% 33 votes
September 2014 montserrati Països Catalgipcians 53.70% 29 votes
October 2014 Naboal Països Catalgipcians 59.09% 26 votes
November 2014 sferrer Països Catalgipcians 55.61% 31 votes
December 2014 Ahmed Mahmoud Ali 7izb Al Tahrir 53.42% 39 votes
January 2015 Temiser Països Catalgipcians 64.52% 40 votes

Icon Field Marshal.jpg Military

Egypt's military is weak, but is slowly growing stronger, and has participated in multiple wars with its neighbors. Upon its creation, Egypt fought alongside Saudi Arabia and Greece against Icon-Cyprus.png Cyprus, Israel and the Icon-United Arab Emirates.png United Arab Emirates in the Middle East War. Other wars and conflicts in were the various Saudi Arabian revolutions and rebellions, the Greco-Egyptian War and a brief war with Cyprus in order to rent regions. Egypt and Saudi Arabia have developed close ties as the only Arab-controlled nations -the United Arab Emirates are excluded because they were politically taken over by Russians and Serbians and Egypt, Macedonia and Cyprus have also developed close relations. Egypt has close and friendly relations with most of it's neighbors.

Through its early phases, the Egyptian military was largely unorganized and was not controlled by the government. Individual citizens fought on their own in regions that the government deemed critical. In large part, this unorganization of the Egyptian military led to the loss of several territories to Greece and Cyprus during the Middle East War, the first war that Egypt and the Egyptian Armed Forces were involved in. Egypt, with its unorganized military, managed to capture only region from Saudi Arabia during the war, Makkah. Due to the inorganization of the military, Egypt loss the territory of Madinah to Cyprus, and the territories of Sinai and Red Sea Coast to Greece.

However, during the presidency of Varlosh the Egyptian Armed Forces began to take on some semblance of organization and order. The first military division of the Egyptian Armed Forces, the Egyptian Armored Division, was created and put under the leadership of then Lieutenant Colonel Mazir Nama. The Egyptian Armored Division, and the first organized Egyptian Armed Forces, saw its first action in the Greco-Egyptian War under the leadership of President Arab League and was soundly defeated by the much larger military of Greece. After Egypt's subjugation by Greece, the Egyptian Armed Forces expanded to include a new military unit: the Egyptian Special Forces which was led by former President and Commander Varlosh. The new Egyptian Special Forces, as well as the Egyptian Armored Division, fought to free Egypt from Greece via several resistance wars in the aftermath of the Greco-Egyptian War. Later, after the Egyptian Armored Division was dissolved, the Arab Foreign Legion was created to fill its place.

In October 2011. president Egypt Pitlja666 and his government decided to form new unit called Pharaoh Tank Order to better utilize army potential of their country. That unit soon become strongest military force in Egypt and is state official army.

In May 2012. with return of Lock&load, Egypt regains some of it region and Lock&load became strongest military unit in Egypt with over 40 fighters.

In 2013/2014 Greece Invaded Egypt and Eventually Occupied the Whole of Egypt

There are Several Military Units in Egypt; The Forces Armades Catalanes is Considered to be the Government Military due to the Catalan Control over the Egyptian Government; the Egyptian Special Forces is the Second most Powerful MU in Egypt after the FAC , The ESF is a Reformation of several Old Egyptian MU who decided to Form a Unified Real Egyptian Military Unit . There are other MU in Egypt ,Some are the Remains of the Old Egyptian Military Units , the Others are new Military Units

Egypt's Main Military Focus is to Regain its Occupied Lands through out several Resistance Wars

History-48.png History

Main article: Egypt/History

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