Mexico is a nation in North America. It contains eight original regions: Baja, Gulf of Mexico, Northeast of Mexico, Northwest of Mexico, Oaxaca, Pacific Coast of Mexico, Southeast of Mexico and Valley of Mexico. It is mainly bordered on the north by the United States of America with the regions of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and in the south with Caribe e Insular, Central Western Venezuela, Azores and Canary Islands. Constitutionally, Mexico City in the region of Valley of Mexico, as the capital of the federation and seat of the powers of the Union of the State of Mexico.
- 1 Nationality
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Government and Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Ministry of Economics
- 7 Military
- 8 External Links
- 9 See also
- Noun: Mexican(s)
- Adjective: Mexican
In present-day Spanish, Mexico is pronounced ['mexiko] or ['mehiko], the latter pronunciation used mostly in dialects of the Caribbean and some places in South America where /x/ has become a voiceless glottal fricative (/h/). In English, however, the x does not represent either the original sound /ʃ/ or the modern sound /x/, but the double consonant /ks/.
The Establishment of the National Flag and Coat of Arms of Mexico establishment of the right National Coat of Arms and Flag of Mexico (Spanish: México) in the eRepublik On-Line Game, the eRepublik Wiki or any other number of eRepublik based creations. The State of Mexico grants Mexican nationality based on "birth" and "naturalization".
- Mexican nationality by "birth" is granted to all those individuals born in a Mexican region.
- Mexican nationality by "naturalization" is granted to foreign citizens granted Mexican nationality by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mexico.
- Under Construction -
Mexico was the original proposer of the establishment of the Pan American Alliance and its Treaty , signed by Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, and the USA. The Pan American Alliance International Alliance and its Treaty was meant to counteract the recent signing of the Northern Alliance, the Mediterranean Alliance, and FIST. It allied all the countries in the Western Hemisphere except Canada, who was at war with the USA. Once the original PANAM dissolved and ATLANTIS was born, Mexico was not allowed entrance into the alliance, and searched for new ways to protect itself. A second PANAM alliance was formed in early 2011, however, Mexico was not a charter member since it had just previously been wiped from the globe by USA forces in December 2010 during Operation: Spring Break. Mexico entered in PEACE Global Community, and after taking a small break from the International Alliance for various internal reasons, was once again a happy, full fledged member. Mexico joined Entente on May 11th, 2010.
In late 2010, Mexico was conquered by the USA. It was allowed autonomy once again shortly thereafter with the USA maintaining control over Southeast of Mexico and its rubber producing capabilities. In early 2011, Poland invaded Mexico and took complete control of all the country's territory. In response, the USA set up a reservation for Mexico in Oklahoma for Mexican nationals.
Mexico aligned itself with ONE during World War V, joining Poland and Spain in an attempted invasion of the USA. Mexico had been threatened by Poland, who had recently conquered all of Mexico's regions and were willing to attack or PTO once again. As a result, Mexico reluctantly agreed to attack the USA. The invasion, known as the Mexico-USA War was a failure, resulting in the United States once again attacking and almost wiping Mexico from the map and ejecting Poland from the Americas. Reduced to only Oaxaca, Mexico conceded defeat and a peace treaty was signed in which the regions of Baja and Southeast of Mexico would be formally annexed to the USA in exchange for a substantial amount of 100. Both countries agreed to maintain peaceful relations thereafter. And eUSA paid for the RW of all others Mexico's originals territorys.
According to the latest official census, which reported a population of 1259 citizens, the Mexican population has decreased due to the wars versus Italy and Spain. The country's most populous region, Valley of Mexico, in a moment this region have more than a thousand of Citizens. The most important and de facto official language in Mexico is Spanish, but almost all of the citizens in the country can understand English. The second most spoken language in Mexico is English which is used extensively in all the areas of the politic and military life, tourist centers and large metropolitan battle areas, a phenomenon arguably caused by the military intent of invasion integration by the part of USA, the immigration phenomenon and the return of workers.
The geography of Mexico entails the physical and human geography of Mexico, a country situated in North America. Mexico is bordered on the north by the United States of America with the regions of California, Texas, and New Mexico. On the other hand, it is also border by Venezuela with the region of Central Western Venezuela , Colombia with the region of Caribe e Insular, Spain with the region of Canary Islands and Portugal with Azores .
Mexico consists of 8 original regions.
The original territory of Mexico is composed of several regions:
Baja, Central Western Venezuela (occupied by ), Gulf of Mexico, Northeast of Mexico, Northwest of Mexico, Oaxaca, Pacific Coast of Mexico, Southeast of Mexico, and Valley of Mexico.
Its current territories are listed below:
|Gulf of Mexico||Fish|
|Northeast of Mexico||Clay|
|Northwest of Mexico||Saltpeter|
|Pacific Coast of Mexico||Fruits|
|Southeast of Mexico||Rubber|
|Valley of Mexico||Fruits|
Each product industry in the New World needs a specific Raw Material. Raw materials are consumed (in the case of One:manufacturing and One:Construction industries). For each unit of productivity, one unit of Raw Material is consumed. Regions, rich in Raw Material, increase the productivity inside a company. If the productivity of the employee is larger than the amount of Raw Material needed, then the real production will be limited by the amount of Raw Material available. Mexico have 2 of 3 regions of Saltpeter (Baja and Northwest of Mexico) in Continent, and 1 of 14 regions of the World that have Rubber in Southeast of Mexico. So that regions are very valued and thats one of the reasons that Mexico are invaded very frequently.
Products are items made by companies that citizens buy for use. Products are manufactured and constructed using Raw Materials.
- Hospitals are needed in a region in order to heal soldiers after they fight a battle. Hospitals can only be purchased with the proposal of the president of the country and with Congressional approval. Wood and a lot or workers is required to construct hospitals.
- Defense systems are needed in a region in order to improve the defensive value of that region. Defense systems can only be purchased with the proposal of the president of the country and with the Congress approval. Wood and a lot or workers is required to construct defend systems.
The State of Mexico is a federation whose government is representative, democratic and republican based on a presidential system. Public administration can be broadly described as the development, implementation and study of branches of government policy. The pursuit of the public good by enhancing civil society, ensuring a well-run, fair, and effective public service are some of the goals of the field.
Though public administration has historically referred to as government management. Public administration is carried out by public servants who work in public departments and agencies, at all levels of government, and perform a wide range of tasks. Public administrators collect and analyze data (statistics), monitor budgets, draft legislation, develop policy, and execute legally mandated government activities. The executive power is exercised by the executive branch, which is headed by the President, advised by a cabinet of ministers and independent of the legislature. Legislative power is vested upon the Congress of the Union.
List of the President current cabinet of ministers.
|Executive Logo||Executive Office||Name|
|President of Mexico||emexico|
There are two roles which the top leadership of the executive branch fulfills; that of Head of State, and Head of Government. The organizational structure of the executive branch will determine the relationship between the heads of state and government respectively. Etymologically, a "President" is one who presides, who sits in leadership (from Latin pre- "before" + sedere "to sit"; giving the term praeses). Among other things, President today is a common title for the heads of state of most republics, whether popularly elected, chosen by the legislature or by a special electoral college. It is also often adopted by dictators.
In a presidential system the executive is at once the Head of State and the Head of Government. The President of Mexico is best described as the head of state for his or her role as the government's chief ambassador. However there is no constitutional foundation for any head of government in Mexico since the separation of powers divides governmental authority amongst three branches with checks and balances over one another. The President of Mexico can have significant power over public opinion through personal abilities of persuasion, however this is the natural effect of the executive office.
The following lists the President of Mexico in chronological order.
|December 2007||PepePecas||Nice Dream|
|January 2008||Meridamx01 / Vicente Juarez||Partido para el Bienestar de los Mexicanos / Nice Dream|
|February 2008||Dhoo||Partido para el Bienestar de los Mexicanos|
|March 2008||Dhoo||Partido de la Izquierda Democratica|
|April 2008||Dhoo||Partido de la Izquierda Democratica|
|May 2008||JackPink||Partido Verde|
|June 2008||Elebar||Partido Verde|
|July 2008||Elebar||Partido Verde|
|August 2008||Alfonso||ARDE Mexico|
|September 2008||debildevil||El Gran Partido del Burrito|
|October 2008||debildevil||El Gran Partido del Burrito|
|November 2008||Giles||Partido Verde, Partido de Liberacion Nacional|
|December 2008||Giles||Partido Verde, Partido MLPT2|
|January 2009||Splik||Partido de Liberacion Nacional, Partido MLPT2|
|February 2009||Giles||Partido Verde|
|March 2009||Mama Daker||Partido Izquierda Democratica, Partido MLPT2|
|April 2009||Dishmcds||Partido Izquierda Democratica, Partido MLPT2|
|May 2009||pvr007||Partido Social-Democrata|
|June 2009||Splik||Partido de Liberacion Nacional|
|July 2009||luisrha||Partido de Liberacion Nacional|
|August 2009||Eisenhorn||Candidato de Unidad Mexicano|
|September 2009||miguelguerin||Partido MLPT2|
|October 2009||Xipetotec||Partido MLPT2|
|November 2009||Luigy||Partido IDU|
|November 2009||Marko Aberst||Partido Progresista Mexicano|
|December 2009||Lirken-03||Partido Comunista Perruno|
|December 2009||miguelguerin||Partido Progresista Mexicano|
|January 2010||Marko Aberst||Partido Progresista Mexicano|
|Febuary 2010||Drako Yang||Partido Progresista Mexicano|
|March 2010||DABRAS||Partido de Liberacion Nacional|
|April 2010||Xicohtencatl el Joven||Partido Popular Socialista|
|May 2010||Juanisimo||Partido Belico Revolucionario|
|June 2010||N/A||No elections|
|July 2010||iPika||Consejo Ciudadano|
|August 2010||Benefactor||México Unido|
|October 2010||Drako Yang||MLPT2|
|January 2011||N/A||No Elections|
|February 2011||Juanisimo||missing party|
|April 2011||Chukuche||México Unido|
|May 2011||Gabranth Serge||México Unido|
|June 2011||Cesar Ortega||Partido Social Dhooista|
|July 2011||Cesar Ortega||Partido Social Dhooista|
|July 2011||yam_yar||Partido Alternativa|
|August 2011||danielprokid||LH MEXICO|
|September 2011 (1 week)||Caesar Octavio Nieto - Impeach||Partido de la Orden Mercenaria|
|September 2011||Kenshinn||Partido Popular Socialista|
|October 2011||yam_yar||Partido de Revolucion Nacional|
|November 2011||Oscar Fuentes||Partido Popular Socialista|
|December 2011||Colmillos||Partido Popular Socialista|
|January 2012||Xipetotec||Partido Popular Socialista|
|February 2012||Marko Aberst||Partido Popular Socialista|
|March 2012||Drako Yang||Partido Popular Socialista|
|April 2012||REFni||Partido de Revolucion Nacional|
|May 2012||Halcon||Partido Popular Socialista|
|June 2012||Coyolxauhqui V||Partido Popular Socialista|
|July 2012||YAX CHE||Partido Alternativa|
|August 2012||Hunter07||Partido Nacional Mexicano|
|September 2012||Mexbut||LH Mexico|
|October 2012||emexico||Partido Popular Socialista|
|November 2012||listener1||Partido Militar Mexicano|
|December 2012||seascifi||Partido Popular Socialista|
|January 2013||seascifi||Partido Popular Socialista|
|February 2013||Marko Aberst||Partido Popular Socialista|
|March 2013||Oso Wallabie||Partido Popular Socialista|
|April 2013||Dart Magus||Partido Popular Socialista|
Traditionally, the Government of Mexico has sought to maintain its interests abroad and project its influence largely through moral persuasion. In particular, Mexico champions the principles of nonintervention and self-determination. In its efforts to revitalize its economy and open up to international competition, Mexico has sought closer relations with the Union de Naciones Hispanoameriacanas and the PEACE Global Community.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs is responsible for all official communication between Mexico and the rest of the New World. The Minister of Foreign Affairs it is also the one who is in charge of communicates with our International Alliance PEACE GC, our foreign countries friends, and represents our great nation as a ambassador in all the national forums around the countries in the New World trough a Embassy. This is indeed, without any doubt one of the harder, stressing, time consuming and difficult jobs to handle in all the sphere of citizen action in eRepublik. MoFA is currently Divante.
The Mexican Congress (formally: Congreso de la Unión or Congress of the Union) is the legislative branch of the Mexican Government. Congress was overrun from Polish rogues in the February elections, so the election tables will be updated once again when he have a proper Congress. Now all political parties must be registered before the Mexican Government in charge of organizing and overseeing the federal electoral processes. Registered political parties receive public Mexican support for their operation and can also obtain private funding, all this is make it with the intention of guard the Congress of the Union against future political foreign takeovers. There exist a Congress President and a Vice-President and are administrator of the Congress Section in the FOM.
|Logo||Party||Congress members||Percentage||No. votes|
|LH MEXICO||14 ▲||35%||-|
|Partido Popular Socialista||10 ▲||25.00%||-|
|Partido Alternativa||7 ▲||17.50%||-|
|Partido de la Orden Templaria||5 ▲||12.50%||-|
|Partido de Revolucion Nacional||4 ▼||10%||-|
Political parties in Mexico must promote the participation of the people in the democratic life of the country, contribute in the representation of the nation and citizens, and be the access through which citizens can participate in public office, through whatever programs, principles and ideals they postulate. Political parties are allowed to form alliances or coalitions to nominate candidates for any particular election. The coalition must present itself with a particular name and logo. Proportional representation (plurinominal) seats are assigned to the coalition based on the percentage of votes obtained in the elections, and then the coalition re-assigns them to the constituent political parties. Once each party in the coalition has been assigned plurinominal seats, they do not necessarily continue to work as a coalition in government.
To continuation, is this the list actualized of the Political Parties of México.
|Logo||Name||Abbreviation||Orientation||Ideology||Members||Party President||Congress Share||Congress Seats|
|Partido Militar Mexicano||PMM||Center||Totalitarian||209||Mexbut||22.5%||9|
|Partido Democratico eMexicano||PDeM||Center||Authoritarian||145||Pedro Perales Escalona||15%||6|
|Partido Popular Socialista||PPS||Extreme-Left||Libertarian||135||Fabian Tardiff||22.5%||9|
|Partido Nacional Mexicano||PNM)||Center-left||Libertarian||134||Halcon||0%||0|
|Partido Alternativa||A(+)||Center||Libertarian||119||Llisus Kraist||15%||6|
|Partido de Revolucion Nacional||PRN||Center||Libertarian||27||inmortal0992||0%||0|
|Partido de la Orden Templaria||PdlOT||Extreme-Right||Totalitarian||18||Godofredo de Saint Omer||0%||0|
Mexico was a firm member of Entente, joined on May 11 2010. It was an associate member of Entente from January 24 2010 to May 10 2010. The idea of the Entente is to have a neutral alliance between Phoenix and EDEN to unite countries who want to keep their freedom against bigger countries.
Mexico has a free market mixed economy, and is firmly established as an upper middle-income country. Oil is Mexico's largest source of foreign income. The Great Depression brought Mexico a sharp drop in national income and internal demand, challenging the country's ability to fulfill its constitutional mandate to promote social equity. The economy of Mexico was not significantly influenced by the recent Mexican crisis, and has maintained positive, although low, rates of growth after a brief period of stagnation. Still, Mexico feel the effects of the Great Depression directly. In spite of its unprecedented macroeconomic stability, which has reduced inflation and interest rates to record lows and has increased per capita income, enormous gaps remain between the urban and the rural population, the northern and southern states, and the rich and the poor. Some of the government's challenges include the upgrade of infrastructure, the modernization of the tax system and labor laws, and the reduction of income inequality. The manufacturing and other sectors serving the domestic economy began a slow recovery. The upturn was facilitated by several key structural reforms.The military tourist centers itself in the large metropolitan battle areas, a phenomenon arguably caused by the military intent of invasion integration by the part of USA, the immigration phenomenon and the return of workers.
The currency of Mexico is the Mexican Peso (MXN). The current exchange rate is 1 MXN for 0.002 GOLD.
Ministry of Economics
- See also: Banco de Mexico
This Ministry of Economics should be in charge of two things in Mexico:
- First, the Banco de Mexico (OBM). The Banco de Mexico (Spanish: Banco de México), abbreviated BdeM or Banxico, is Mexico's central bank and lender of last resort. There should be two people with the password to the Bank, mainly so it can be accessed at all times. One person should be the President of Mexico, the other should be whoever is designated vicepresident of Mexico or confidante to keep the password. Each expenditure should be logged, and a certain amount of the Bank's funds should be set aside to earn money on the Money Market (through Gold Standard Trading), which I always set to 10% of the Funds. The rest of the Bank should be used to fund the Military, and store the Nation's treasury (so it cannot be robbed).
- Second, the Minister of Economics should be responsible for Market Reports, making sure our markets are stocked, in good pricing, we have sufficient tax levels to sustain and build income, and so on.
This country doesn't have any trading embargoes at the moment.
Trade embargoes are government actions to prohibit trade with a foreign nation. Country Presidents can propose a trade embargo law to the Congress. If the proposal is accepted by the Congress, it will be valid starting the day it was accepted and last for one month. It is disabled automatically when the month runs out. Before being disabled the president can propose again Trading Embargoes with that country and, if voted by the Congress, the end date is delayed.
To tax (from the latin taxare: to estimate, which in turn is from tangere: to touch) is to impose a financial charge or other levy upon an individual or legal entity by a state or the functional equivalent of a state. In modern taxation systems, taxes are levied in money, but in-kind and corvée taxation are characteristic of traditional or pre-capitalist states and their functional equivalents. The method of taxation and the government expenditure of taxes raised is often highly debated in politics and economics.Taxes are also imposed by many sub-national entities. Taxes consist of direct tax or indirect tax, and may be paid in money or as its labour equivalent (often but not always unpaid).
The following table shows the tax structure of Mexico. As you can see, taxes greatly affect Mexican made products, but steps are being made to correct the Mexican Market.
|Product||Income Tax||Import Tax||VAT|
*Updated: July 29th, 2011
Funds provided by taxation have been used by states and their functional equivalents throughout history to carry out many functions. Some of these include expenditures on war, the enforcement of law and public order, protection of property, economic infrastructure (roads, legal tender, enforcement of contracts, etc.), public works, social engineering, and the operation of government itself. Most modern governments also use taxes to fund welfare and public services. These services can include defenses systems, health care systems, and unemployment benefits.
Mexico's military organization is still forming, but has made great strides since being invaded in March 2009 by the USA Army leaded by USA's President Uncle Sam. It operates from a main Organization account, La Armada De Mexico, by who ever will be the Minister of Defence from Mexico for each term. It does have at it's disposal several other Organizations for supply lines, and so on for it's troops.
Las Military forces of Mexico, are composed of the Army of Mexico. Officially, the President of Mexico is also the head of Mexican government and has a military role under the national constitution: Supreme Commandant of the Mexican armed forces. According to the Constitution of Mexico, the President is the Army's only five-star general. Below the President, it is the Minister of Defence serves in a dual capacity: as a full cabinet member reporting to the President, and as the operational commander of his branch. The Mexican armed forces maintain significant small infrastructure, including small internal elections and soldiers training and research facilities.
Five Divisions, each one commanded by a General plus one Field Marshal for the Mexican Special Forces and international Task Division. Each Divisions can have a maximum of five Corps. The three first Divisions (Alpha, Bravo and Charlie) are the primary defense core of the Country. The larger the unit the harder to supply and communicate, then more leaders will be added the more people we add to it.
- Alpha - Los Diablos.
- Bravo - Los Salvadores.
- Charlie - La Guardia Nacional.
- Delta - Los Tanques de Fortuna. (1)
- Echo - La Guardia Legendaria. (2)
- (1) Division: Delta.: This is the Mexican Special Forces and international Task Division, they are commanded by a Field Marshal. The Division Delta it is usually call it, Grupo Aeromóvil de Fuerzas Especiales - GAFE (English: Special Forces Airmobile Group). The GAFE motto is "Todo por México" (English: Everything for Mexico).
- (2) Division: Echo. This unit is for people assigned to Congress, Party presidents and Presidents of Mexico that are not mobile. The Division Echo it is a bit larger then the normal unit when elections are full.
The Mexican Law Enforcement Agency will have primary responsibility for laws which affect the federation as whole, and which have been enacted by the governing body of the federation. Members of a federal Law Enforcement Agency may be given jurisdiction within a division of a federation for laws enacted by the governing bodies of the divisions either by the relevant division within the federation, or by the federation's governing body. Typically federal Law Enforcement Agency have relatively narrow police responsibilities, the individual divisions within the federation usually establish their own police agencies to enforce laws within the division.
The direct jurisdictional responsibility and is different from the situation when a governing body makes arrangements with another governing body's Law Enforcement Agency to provide law enforcement for its subjects. Typically the Mexican Law Enforcement Agency working in different jurisdictions which overlap in the type of law non compliance actively establish mechanisms for cooperation and even establish joint operations and joints task forces, especially in the prevention of possible foreign Take Over the Congress of the Union or the President of Mexico. Often, members of a Law Enforcement Agency working outside of their normal jurisdiction on joint operations or task force are sworn in as special members of the host jurisdiction.
Mexico has Mutual Protection Pacts with the following nation(s):
Mexico is currently at war with:
- vs : ARDE-Mexico Takeover
- vs : ARDE-Spain Invasion
- vs : ARDE-Venezuela fail Invasion
- vs : President-Congress Revolution
- vs : Goons-Mexico Takeover
- vs : The Battle for Campeche: Spain
- vs : The Battle for Campeche: Portugal
- vs : Mexico-Goons Revolution
- vs : Polish-Mexico Takeover
- vs : USA-Mexico Invasion
- vs : Poland War Declaration
- vs : Spain Invasion
- vs : Italy Invasion
- vs : Second USA-Mexico War
- vs : Mexico-USA War
- vs : Mexico-Portugal War
- vs : México-Colombia War
- Constitución de México/Español
- Mexican History by EKO
- PEACE Global Community
- Motion to admit Mexico to PEACE
|Regions of Mexico|
Current Countries - Conquered Countries