Ireland (pronounced [ˈaɪɾlənd]; Irish: Éire [ˈeːɾʲə]; Ulster Scots: Airlann) is an island country located in the northwest of Europe. It is composed of six regions and borders three other nations (UK, Canada and the USA). As Ireland has a small population, its geographic location has been exploited to create a strong defensive position. Ireland is a former member of EDEN, an alliance that featured many of Ireland's historical allies.
Despite Ireland's size, it has maintained a strong community with diverse views and politics. Ireland has generally healthy elections and is active economically, militarily, and in the media.
Ireland is not only home to the Irish, but also to residents from a wide variety of distinct origins. Ireland welcomes individuals from all backgrounds,but the majority of its citizen are nonetheless Irish in real life. Prominent expatriate groups include Americans, Bulgarians, Canadians, Greek and Croatians. While Ireland seeks to reflect, preserve, and take pride in its traditional culture and history, it welcomes the existence of a cultural mosaic amongst its many diverse and talented citizens.
Ireland is a country with a relatively small population. When compared to the rest of the world Ireland generally stays virtually parallel to world population trends. Many of the significant population jumps and falls are related to the addition or subtraction of national territories through military conflicts and/or to the arrival of a previously formed group from another country.
The vast majority of Irish media is written in English. Achieving Media Mogul achievements is a difficult task in Ireland as the population is relatively low. Many citizens have their own papers to publish articles in. The Irish government's organizations are also regular contributors to the media. Much of Ireland's media includes articles about the political situation of the country, but the vast majority of the media articles are about social and entertainment and helps to create a rich social environment in the country.
|Ian E Coleman||Current country president of Ireland|
|The Irish Community||Newspaper for the government organization in charge of community events.|
|Irish Department of Defence||Newspaper for the government organization in charge of national defence.|
- Last update: 16 May 2012
The currency of Ireland is the Irish Pound (IEP)
Ireland's very low minimum wage was instituted to accommodate communes that wished to pay workers in the supplies rather than wages. This low wage has no foreseeable affect on capitalist industry as the average wages in Ireland are reliably much higher than any reasonable minimum wage.
|Minimum Wage||0.10 IEP|
This country doesn't have any trading embargoes at the moment.
Like many other countries, the Irish community has renamed the generic institutions of eRepublik to reflect the individual culture and community of Ireland. Further details on the common government titles of Ireland can be found on the Government Structure page.
|Country President (CP)||Taoiseach||Ian E Coleman |
|Vice President (VP)||Tánaiste||Sweet Drinker |
|Advisor||Citizen Advocacy Advisor||Bhane |
|Department Head of Defence||Minister of Defence (MoD)||Seanan |
|Deputy of Defence||Deputy Minister of Defence (DMoD)||Sir Adriano Prette |
|Defence Consultant||Official Defence Consultant (ODC)||I-Bleed-Blue-93 |
|Governor, Department Head of Finance||Minister of Finance (MoF)||AppleMan |
|Department Head of Foreign Affairs||Minister of Foreign Affairs (MoFA)||Brian Boru |
|Manager of the Ambassador Program||Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs (DMoFA)||Johnny Jnr |
|Officials of the Department of Foreign Affairs||Immigration Officer (IO)||Liam Tatlock, Mary Robinson, Ian Arbuckle |
|Department Head of Education||Minister of Education (MoE)||Raven Anarcho |
|Department Head of Community Events||Minister of Community (MoC, CE)||Anthony Colby |
|Department Head of Census and Statistics||Minister of Community (MoC, CS)||MrConway |
|Department Head of Citizen Welfare||Minister of Community (MoC, CW)||Rafaia |
|Deputy of Community||Deputy Minister of Community (DMoC)||Seanlynch |
|Deputy of Community||Deputy Minister of Community (DMoC)||Grannus |
Listed below are the current main political parties of Ireland.
|Éire Aonair||ÉA||Ian E Coleman||Pluralist, Centerist||9||56|
|Independent Labour Party||ILP||Liam Tatlock||Far-leftist||7||47|
|Irish Freedom Party||IFP||Elite C||Libertarian||5||28|
|Society of United Irishmen||SOI||Brian Boru||Republican||5||20|
Ireland's congress, known as the Dáil, is composed normally of 40 representatives, each known as a Teachta Dála (TD). These representatives are elected by the people through voting for political parties. The number of representatives in Dáil is based on the number of regions held by the nation, as explained here.
The following military units exist in Ireland:
|Irish Army||The Irish Army is Ireland's official home guard.|
|Irish Citizen Army||The oldest remaining military faction in Ireland.|
|Libertad na hEireann||The Irish division of Libertad (a military group originating in Greece).|
|Labour People's Army||Independent Labour Party's Military Wing|
Ireland has Mutual Protection Pacts with:
|Regions of Ireland|
Current Countries - Conquered Countries