The Nomadic Peoples of FiberFleece
"In Wool We Trust"
Category: New York Times Democracy
Civil Rights: Below Average
Political Freedoms: Superb
Location: The North Pacific
Regional Influence: Minnow
The Nomadic Peoples of FiberFleece is a small, pleasant nation, notable for its burgeoning sheep population. Its hard-nosed, hard-working, intelligent population of 7 million enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.
The medium-sized government concentrates mainly on Law & Order, although Healthcare and Education are on the agenda. The average income tax rate is 16%. A small but healthy private sector is led by the Gambling industry, followed by Retail and Information Technology.
Voting is compulsory and scientists regularly clone human beings for research purposes. Crime is a problem. FiberFleece's national animal is the sheep and its currency is the spindle.
FiberFleece is ranked 2016th in the region and 47,245th in the world for Safest Nations.
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