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Venezuela
Flag of Venezuela   Coat of Arms of Venezuela

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General
General Rank 35
Demographics
Language Spanish
Population 1227
Capital North Eastern Venezuela
Politics
Current President xXxRonxXx
Political Party CREO
Economics
Currency Flag-Venezuela.jpg Venezuelan Bolivar (VEB)
Minimum salary Flag-Venezuela.jpg 1 VEB
Average salary Flag-Venezuela.jpg 19.09 VEB
Food bonus 40%
Weapon bonus 20%
Military
Territories 8
Communication
Chat
  1. eVene

Map of Venezuela

Last update March 1, 2013


Venezuela is a country in the northern part of South America. It shares its borders with Guyana in the east, Columbia in the west and with Brazil in the south. In the north, its borders are defined by the Carribean Ocean.

Geography

Icon-Venezuela.png Original Regions of Venezuela

Venezuela consists of 8 original regions.

Venezuelan Andean is the capital of Venezuela.

The original territory of Venezuela is composed of several regions: Central Venezuela (occupied by Icon-Portugal.png), Central Western VenezuelaGuayana (occupied by Icon-Portugal.png), Llanos (occupied by Icon-Portugal.png), North Eastern Venezuela (occupied by Icon-Portugal.png), Venezuelan AndeanVenezuelan Capital (occupied by Icon-Portugal.png), Zulian

Its current territories are listed below:

Original Owner Resource
Zulian Icon-capital.gif Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Oil.png Oil
Central Western Venezuela Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Sand.png Sand (resource)
Venezuelan Andean Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Grain.png Grain


Icon-economy-mic-home.gif Economy

Taxes

Product Work Tax Income Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon Food Q3.png Food - 20% 99% 10%
Icon Weapon Q2.png Weapon 20% 35% 10%
Food Raw Material.png Food raw material -
Weapon Raw Material.png Weapon raw material -
House Raw Material.png House raw material -
Product Work Tax Income Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon Moving ticket Q3.png Tickets - - 50% 5%
Icon House Q3.png Houses - 30% 5%
Icon Hospital Q3.png Hospitals - 1% 1%
Icon Defense system Q3.png Defense system - 1% 3%
  • Updated: April 8th, 2011

Country Trading Embargoes

Venezuela does not has any trade embargoes.


Icon-politics-mic-home.gif Politics

Icon position politics partypresident.gif Political Parties

Icon achievement president on.gif Presidents

The following table lists the presidents of Venezuela

Party Name Miembers Party President
Comando Nacional Democrático 175 Sunmannus
Democracia Proactiva 96 Ing. Luis
Partido Democratico Venezuela 80 hackman2009
Partido Super Cool 2013 87 Talkewa
Nuevas Generaciones 146 andersonespinoza
Date President Party
January 2008 Rulefond Partido Democratico Venezuela
February 2008 Rulefond Partido Democratico Venezuela
March 2008 Zhoto Partido Democratico Venezuela
April 2008 Jesus Hernandez M.S.U.V. Movimiento Socialista Unido de Venezuela
May 2008 Jesus Hernandez M.S.U.V. Movimiento Socialista Unido de Venezuela
Jun 2008 Juancho Partido Democratico Venezuela
July 2008 Byron M.S.U.V. Movimiento Socialista Unido de Venezuela
August 2008 Byron M.S.U.V. Movimiento Socialista Unido de Venezuela
September 2008 mikesoft Partido Democratico Venezuela
October 2008 rausicky Partido Democratico Venezuela
November 2008 leireleire Partido Democratico Venezuela
December 2008 Alquimedes (impeached)* Frente Moderno Socialdemocrata
January 2009 Lesmir Ledezma Partido Democratico Venezuela
February 2009 mahernandezg Democracia Proactiva
March 2009 mahernandezg Democracia Proactiva
April 2009 Lesmir Ledezma Partido Democratico Venezuela
May 2009 David Rojas Democracia Proactiva
June 2009 leireleire Primero Venezuela
July 2009 mikesoft Partido Democratico Venezuela
August 2009 Jesus Rafael Rosas Olavide Partido Democratico Venezuela
September 2009 Lucios Nava (impeached)** La libertad de Venezuela
October 2009 Hugo Bosch FMSUV Frente Moderno Socialdemócrata Unido de Venezuela
November 2009 Casiopea95 Democracia Proactiva
December 2009 - Channers Occupation
January 2010 Channers Occupation
February 2010 Jeanmiguel Somos Venezuela
March 2010 Talkewa Somos Venezuela
April 2010 Macello.Macanni Unidos Por Venezuela
May 2010 Talkewa Partido Cool de Venezuela
June 2010 Talkewa Partido Cool de Venezuela
July 2010 Apocalypse I Partido Supremo de Venezuela
August 2010 Apocalypse I Democracia Proactiva
September 2010 El Conde Lincuente Comando Nacional Democratico
October 2010 Maximus Salvatorius Democracia Proactiva
November 2010 Uzielg Partido Super Cool
December 2010 James Ivy Democracia Proactiva
January 2011 Ulisespuma Comando Nacional Democratico
February 2011 Hector Malave Frente Moderno Socialdemocrata
March 2011 Jazek Frente Moderno Socialdemocrata
April 2011 Chucho23 Comando Nacional Democratico
May 2011 JPVS (impeached)*** Comando Nacional Democratico
Jun 2011 Jesus Rafael Rosas Olavide Partido Democratico Venezuela
July 2011 Talkewa Comando Nacional Democratico
August 2011 camh1 Comando Nacional Democratico
September 2011 Saul Montoya Partido Comunista Chiguire PCC
October 2011 Cebec Partido Comunista Chiguire PCC
November 2011 Micorial Democracia Proactiva
December 2011 Cebec Partido Comunista Chiguire PCC
January 2012 Uzielg Partido Comunista Chiguire PCC

* Alquimedes (December 2008) Impeached. Assumed leireleire
** Lucios Nava (September 2009) Impeached. Assumed Jesus Rafael Rosas Olavide.
*** JPVS (May 2011) Impeached. Assumed Jesus Rafael Rosas Olavide

Icon-military-mic-home.gif Military

AHA Alliance
Entente Alliance

Venezuela re-captured the zone Guayana from Brazil on Wednesday, 2nd December but failing to seize control of the Colombian territory Orinoquia

Venezuela was conquered by Brazil on Friday, 4th of December.

Fight-war.gif Current Wars

Venezuela is currently Without Enemies

Icon-pact.gif MPP List


Embargo List

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


Venezuela-Colombia 2010's Conflict

At that time, there was much expectation between both countries by the change to Module V2, the Markets were broken, and no one was buying because no one fought.

In a crucial moment, the president of Venezuela, at that time Apocalypse I, deicide ordering an attack on the Colombian Region of Orinoquia. This attack is now considered as The Most Memorable Battle in the history of Venezuela's Warfare. All sectors of Venezuela was joined to take Orinoquia, even though they had no official support from the Government. Citizens had paid from they pockets all that they need to fight, resulting in a Resounding Victory for Venezuela.

In the FAN Chat(for the first time) the Presidents of all Political Parties celebrated the same achievement. It joyous day was marked like the only time in which all political pretensions was left aside and came together as a Nation.

Orinoquia's back to Colombia

Spending days after the conflict between Venezuela and Colombia, the President of Venezuela Apocalypse I, met with his Minister of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) Hector Malave, and at that meeting, the Venezuelan Government Chief ordered to his Minister to coordinate the return of Orinoquia to the Republic of Colombia.

Several factors impeded in principle to carry out such regular delivery route, including distrust of the members of the Colombian Congress. Thus having to contact and personally convince many of the Congressmen and the President of Colombia, which in the end they were convinced that the Venezuelan government actually wanted, by peaceful means, return Orinoquia Region to the Colombians.

Media

Top Newspapers

Ranking Name Subscribers
1. El pelicanito 732
2. PanoramaX 693
3. santirub Jazz Post 604
4. El Libertario 449
5. Min. Defensa eVenezuela 337
6. Presidencia de eVenezuela 293
7. Educacion y Trabajo 258
8. Diario de los Ciudadanos 181
9. Latinoamerica al poder 167
10. Supreme News 166


Venezuela Against Congress Take Over

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  • December 23rd 2008

After 7 days looking for people interested in filling in the spots to become Congressman the three main parties of the country could already breathe. A good amount of the spots had already been covered and even though the fact that these would be Christmas affected elections and we weren't expecting a huge flow of voters, everything was going smoothly.


  • December 24th 2008

At the beginning of the day we got the biggest surprise of all. 19 guys from Romania had taken over the party called Bloque Obrero (with not even a single member in the Congress) and many others had started arriving flowing our country. That made us think something not exactly good was happening. During the whole day, we were absolutely amazed and kind of scared of what these people's intentions were and we decided to take some measurements in order to preserve our national reserves of gold and money.

It was pretty clear that these filibusters were taking over Venezuela.


  • December 25th 2008

When the elections started it was obvious that they were well prepared. Fortunately we were also ready to stop them but up to certain point they did a great job by taking 45% of the Congress having dragged from Romania and maybe some other countries more than 56 people that voted in our elections. The funny thing is that they couldn't even say a word in Spanish. We could see that that move had been prepared in advanced since they already had a company in Venezuela and had been working among us for, I guess, more than a week...


  • December 26th

Their first (and last) move: To impeach the President. Then, to change the minimum wage, to change the moving tickets tax and some others that were obvious attempts to drive our country into an outrageous internal chaos. Nevertheless, those attempts were prevented (very close calls in some cases)and their goals weren't fulfilled. At the end we were lucky, Russia declared war to Romania that same day and they started to resign. 14 of them left the country already and their places in the Congress are now empty. the other 5 are still "kidnapped" in their jobs due to our companies' managers decision to let them suffer a little bit at least for the remaining 2 days they have to resign their positions in their new jobs.


We have been informed that this already happened in Slovakia and Japan, so be cautious, specially if you are a citizen of a small country because you can be next.


If you ask for it I can give you the names of the "pirates" so that you can make sure not to go through the same dramatic soap-opera we have been part of.


I am part of the "liberation group".

but before you start cursing..hear me out. I take great joy when I see a country that manages to gather around a pillar, and finds resources to fight a takeover. I don't know what my superiors think, but I am sincere when I think that unsuccessful takeovers are the best things that can happen in a middle level country.

These actions, bring the whole community together, and make old enemies fight for a common goal, realising that together they can build a strong nation.

In this case I think it was a nice example, as Venezuela managed to win by a nose the elections. If I were you I would start a legend, a myth out of this, a pillar for the new history.

I hope that your leaders (which I respect a lot now) will manage to keep up the good work, and make a new powerful and resourceful power in Latin America.

Again this is not a joke, and I know a lot of you will mock me, but this is how i see things, wherever good is powerful there is a challenging evil.. so we are the challenging evil that everyone needs now and then.

PS: This is my personal belief and probably some others, but i don't guarantee that everyone in our group see things like this.

Good luck again, sebahmah

Venezuela Against Congress Take Over - Hall Of Shame

The Aftermath

Writer: NoMotherlandWithoutYou

  • Note: I will not be having this translated into Spanish. Suffice to say, you have shunned us thus far, I do not expect much from this.

So, Venezuela is gone, sacrificed by our loyal president to the dogs of Colombia, Brazil and others. Congratulations, your selfless interests as head of the country against the *chan popular uprising has worked, I think.

You've forced us into a scenario of banditry, something I can honestly say was not our intention, out of frustration against the policies of the your administration and the previous, of the general climate and your reactions to us. You threw a rock at a bear... did you you not expect for it to react?

There are many things that led to this, almost too many to name. I'm not going to go too in depth, but I'll list some of the high points.

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Flying in voters violated the sovereignty of the country: We came here to live, to thrive. Those who came here and used Venezuela as an ALA puppet regime came only to rape democratic elections and leave them as naked as a man is born. At the time this started, after the split in PLDV into LFDR/UN; how could you have known who we are? Our intentions? No, blacklisted from the start because of a native Venezuelan who PLDV at one time endorsed for presidency, despite him not being a *channer.

Ultra-nationalism: "Venezuela is for Venezuelans" - don't make me laugh. In an article, a comment was made relating an English speaker in eVenezuela akin to a Spanish speaker in Russia and a lack of consideration to that person made.

A poor example, considering Russia's own battle with ultra-nationalism and it's "Russia First" policies.

Secrecy in the native "united front" against us: Admittedly, the thread was later made public but only after an outcry was made. The point is, you accused us of wrongdoings, of secret planning against you, yet you all secretly planned against the country as a whole. This abandonment of democracy transformed you into the same thing as the delusional figures that you made us out to be.

"Attempts to reach out": No successful attempt was made for true communication. Alas, in the final days a few attempts were made; one from the head of the Uruguay TO-"anti-TO" brigade that didn't happen because he 'forgot'...more then 20 of us were assembled. We offered for him to show up later in that day, still he did not show. There also was an offer from a "native" to MuscleRoller, that if I remember correctly, went silent after he inquired as to when it would take place and there was an offer from myself made on one of the numerous articles concerning us, that was ignored. I cannot stress enough the importance of communication. Think of how much could have been avoided, how this all would have turned out differently?

Demands by the president: You would really sacrifice the entire land from the hands of everyone, demanding the money returned and all congressional members of LFDR/FFF to resign their seats as a restitution and that everyone thing would be "good" between us. Oh how I doubt your sincerity. That lead to my final point...

Abandonment of the country: As per the Minister of Defense's orders, the Venezuelan "Armed Forces" were in Argentina fighting against Peru. Where were you to defend your land? To conclude, to those this is directed at, this has been brought upon by yourself. I will not say our reaction was "right" but like the bombing of Dresdan in World War II, I believe it was justified. If Venezuela returns in the future, I most likely won't be there. Alas, do not celebrate. If you have learned nothing from this experience, if you have not learned that to brand a group as essentially enemies of the state even before their intentions are known, you are doomed to repeat it.

Let all the "progress" of the old Venezuela burn like the scorched Earth that is left; when the time is right, take all that has happened.. learn from it, and adapt to fix all that was wrong.

"...summing up, as it were, all that has been expounded above, my reply to the question: 'What is to be done?' can be put briefly: Liquidate the Third Period." - V.I. Lenin's "What Is to Be Done?", 1902


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