The Philippines (Filipino: Pilipinas, Dutch: Filipijnen, German: Philippinen, Indonesian: Negeri Pilipina, Portuguese: as ilhas Filipinas, Romanian: Filipine, Macedonian: Филипини), officially known as the The Republic of the Philippines, is a country situated in Southeast Asia. It is comprised of 4 islands in the Western Pacific Ocean.
- 1 History of the Philippines
- 2 Geography
- 3 Economy
- 4 Politics and Government
- 5 MPPs and Trading Embargoes
- 6 Military
- 7 Culture
- 8 Community
- 9 External links
The Philippines emerged as a nation in the New World in February 11, 2009 along with Serbia, Malaysia and Singapore. As the country was introduced in the game, citizens all over the world, especially citizens which are Filipinos in real life, moved to the newest nation.
The Philippines is an archipelago nation located in Southeast Asia. It borders with Chinese regions of Hainan and Guangdong and the Taiwanese region of Southern Taiwan in the north; Malaysian region of Sabah in the west; American region of Hawaii and Colombian region of Pacifica in the east; and Indonesian regions of Maluku Islands, Sulawesi and Kalimantan in the south.
- Last update: 12 April 2016
| The Government of the Philippines
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The Philippines was traditionally a presidential unitary form of government. However, after the installation of a monarchy, the country is now following a constitutional monarchy and presidential unicameral form of government. The Monarch only serves as symbolic position and does not have any political powers; while the President functions as head of the Government and as the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. However, throughout the ages, several changes of governing have occurred and this country has had Socialism and Communism as their leading movements. The leader of any kind of political environment is elected by general voting process and the leaders age granted monthly terms, during which time he/she appoints and presides over the Cabinet (a non elected government). The current government structure can be seen in the Government Structure section.
The Philippine Congress is the national legislature, whose members are elected by general voting process, for a monthly term.
The judicial power at the moment resides in power of the game administrators.
Monarch of the Philippines
The Monarchy of the Philippines (constitutionally referred to as the King/Queen of the Royal Family of the Philippine Islands (English) or Maharajah/Maharani ng Kadatoan ng Mga Isla ng Pilipinas (Filipino), and is also commonly known as the ePhilippine Monarchy) is a constitutional institution, and a symbolic and ceremonial office of the Philippines. The monarchy comprises a reigning King or Queen of the Philippines, their family, and the royal household organization which supports and facilitates the monarch in the exercise of his royal duties and prerogatives. The monarchy is currently represented by King Al Raposas, and the members of the Royal Houses of Luzon, Visayas, Palawan, and Mindanao.
The President of the Philippines (Filipino: Pangulo ng Pilipinas, informally: Presidente ng Pilipinas which is derived from Spanish) is the head of state and government of the Republic of the Philippines. The executive power is vested in the President of the Philippines whose duties include the appointment of the staff of the different executive departments.
The Philippine Congress is the legislative body of the Philippines. It is usually composed of 40 Congressmen.
The Philippine Congress is headed by the Speaker elected by the its members. The Congress Members under the current Party Administration will be under the Majority Wing of the Congress, while Congress Members who are not under the current Party Administration fall under the Minority Wing, even if they constitute the large membership percentage of the Congress.
The Philippines maintains a neutral policy. Bellow you can see the MPPs and the Trading Embargoes:
This country doesn't have any alliances at the moment.
This country doesn't have any trading embargoes at the moment.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is the collective organization composed of the commanders of all active units under the government command. The purpose of this body is to coordinate and fight as one for the nation and their allies. This also ensures state supplies of food and weapons to military units that fight under government orders.
National Press Club of the Philippines
The Philippine Press Club, officially known as The National Press Club of the Philippines, is the only association of news journalists in the Philippines. It was founded by Swagger McSwag on April 26, 2009.
Filipino Awards and Honorary Merits
The Philippines gives different awards to deserving people like the Encyclopedia Filipiniana Award for Excellence on the Dissemination of Learning for the Benefit of Mankind and the Philippines Legion of Honor.
ePhilippine Basketball Association (also known as PBA) is a basketball league based in the Philippines where team managers from different countries compete for the prize money and championship.
E-Palarong Pambansa (also known as EPP, English: E-National Games) is a four-day, off-site national sporting event held in commemoration of the fourth year of the Philippines in the New World.
The main language in Philippines is English, however Filipino is also used by the RL Filipinos. eFilipinos are composed of a variety of RL nationalities including Filipinos, Englishmen, Americans, Australians, Macedonians and Turks. Check these links below for more details of ePhilippines and to where you can meet some of eFilipinos.
Based on views in the eRepublik wiki, this is the popularity ranking of key citizens in the Philippines as of February 1, 2016.
|2||Prince Terence II||11,117|
|6||Boy Pick Up||3,298|
|Total||(Percentage to Philippines views)||61,021 (98.1%)|
|Regions of Philippines|
Current Countries - Conquered Countries