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Buenos Aires

The National State of Buenos Aires is a nation led by First Chairman Marcelo T of Alvear on the continent of South America. The National State of Buenos Aires's government is a Parliamentary Republic with very moderate social policies. Economically, The National State of Buenos Aires favors far left wing policies. The official currency of The National State of Buenos Aires is the Nuevo Sol. At 137 days old, The National State of Buenos Aires is a mature nation. The National State of Buenos Aires has a population of 318,259 and a land area of 5,000.00 sq. miles. This gives it a national average population density of 63.65. Pollution in the nation is a disaster. The citizens' faith in the government is completely depleted with an approval rating of 0%.

Buenos Aires separated from Argentina in the mid-1800s and since that time has suffered wars, violent elections, economic crises and dictatorships, but since the beginning of the 20th century it has become an economic power in the agrarian and metallurgical industry, with a strong economy from the rest. Argentina, and beautiful tourist landscapes, make it a perfect place for corporations looking for new markets, or for people looking for vacations, so what are you waiting for, buy a plane ticket and visit us!

.General Chairman: Marcelo T of Alvear

.Pairlament Members:

.Minister of Economy: Martin Guzman

.Minister of Infarestructure: Gabriel Katopodis

.Minister of Health: Giovani Gonzalez Garci­a

.Minister of Education: Nicolas Trotta

.Minister of Internal Security: Eduardo De Pedro

.Minister of Forgein Affairs: Felipe Sola

.Minister of Welfare: Daniel Arroyo

.Minister of Culture: Tristran Bauer

.Minister of Public Security: Sabrina Frederic

.Minister of Defense: Agustin Rossi

.Minister of Science and Technology: Mario Meoni

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Flag:National Flag
Nation Name:Buenos Aires
Leader Name:Marcelo T of Alvear
Currency:Currency Image Nuevo Sol
History:Recent History:

About four years ago, on November 12, 2016 the Argentine state collapsed after arranged elections, in which for less than 17 hours the communist supporter Peter Jakovinski was in power, after the elections Lt. Teneral Oliveri overthrew Justo In a coup d'etat with the armed forces, unfortunately, after Oliveri assumed the presidency, he was shot in front of the Casa Rosada, the state was plunged into anarchy for less than 12 hours in which Jakovinski escaped to the Patagonia region with his militiamen, forming a socialist state, meanwhile, the presidential chair was assumed by General Alvear, a retired commander of the armed forces, he with the help of the forces loyal to the government, established a democratic-authoritarian regime, unfortunately this regime only managed to re-establish order in Buenos Aires, the rest of the nation was plunged into anarchy, Since then the government of Alvear has prepared "the resurgi I lie ", a military plan that plans to reestablish order throughout Argentina and crush communist tyrants.

_ "Together we will march in the provinces, we will annihilate the anarchist and communist opponents and we will return the glory to Argentina !, FOR THE STATE!"
_Marcelo T of Alvear, December 11, 2019
Continent:South America
Land Area:8,046.70 sq. km
Highest Peak:The Andes Mountauns, 6,961 meters
Lowest Valley:The British Plaza, 0 meters
People & Society
Population:318,259 people
Demonym Plural:Plateans
Ethnic Groups:White European - 71.6%
Mestizo - 21.4%
Asiatic - 7.0%
Languages:Spanish - 99.7%
Italian - 76.8%
German - 38.4%
Religions:Roman Catholicism - 63.3%
Protestant Christianity - 32.7%
Judaism - 4.0%
Life Expectancy:85 years
Alcohol Users:76.7%
Tobacco Users:8.9%
Cannabis Users:3.7%
Hard Drug Users:0.5%
Description:Buenos Aires is the financial, industrial, and commercial hub of The State. The economy in the city proper alone, measured by Gross Geographic Product (adjusted for purchasing power), totaled US$84.7 billion (US$34,200 per capita) in 2011[101] and amounts to nearly a quarter of Argentina's as a whole.[102] Metro Buenos Aires, according to one well-quoted study, constitutes the 13th largest economy among the world's cities.[103] The Buenos Aires Human Development Index (0.923 in 1998) is likewise high by international standards.
Average Yearly Income:$66.59
GDP per Capita:$1,210.87
Industries:Manufacturing is, nevertheless, still prominent in the city's economy (64%) and, concentrated mainly in the southern part of the city. It benefits as much from high local purchasing power and a large local supply of skilled labor as it does from its relationship to massive agriculture and industry just outside the city limits. Construction activity in Buenos Aires has historically been among the most accurate indicators of national economic fortunes, and since 2006 around 3 million square metres (57 million square feet) of construction has been authorized annually.[108] Meat, dairy, grain, tobacco, wool and leather products are processed or manufactured in the Buenos Aires metro area. Other leading industries are automobile manufacturing, oil refining, metalworking, machine building and the production of textiles, chemicals, clothing and beverages.
Nuclear Weapons:0
Last Updated: 06/03/2020 12:31 am