Text Box: The Anaweim Federation is made up of the State of Niger, State of Chad, State of Bangui, State of Cameroon, The Autonomous Republics of Benin/Togo, the Special Administrative Territory of Tunisia and the Federal Republic of The Anaweim. The Articles of Confederation was signed by Marshal Magnus, the architect of Greater Anaweim following the passing of the Greater Anaweim Act in the National Assembly. The Anaweim remains the Central Authority with most of the decisions being made by the Federal Government in Abuja.
Security and Defence are top priorities for the Federal Government, with the Federation having more security organizations than any other country, critics refer to The Anaweim as a Police State.
The Province of Equatorial Guinea is currently under occupation by Anaweimi forces who are guarding and protecting important petroleum installations that was seized by the Anaweim Government during the invasion of Great Mini Totts.
The Federation maintains an open Foreign Policy led by the Foreign Minister Ibrahim Rasheed.
The Civilian administration is led by First Minister Diallo Wuo who is answerable to the Marshal, the National Assembly is controlled by two major parties, the Anaweim National Congress and the Anaweim Republican Party, both parties supported the concept of Greater Anaweim but both continue to maintain opposite policies in respect to democratic and economic reforms.
Text Box: I. Basic Information
Text Box: THE ANAWEIM (ANA)
Text Box: II. Vital Statistics
Text Box: Sub-Region: West/East

Provinces (21): Enugu, Adamana, Maiduguri, Abuja, Sokoto, Yoruba, Lagos, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Fernando Poo, Benin, Togo, Tunisia, Niamey, Agadez, Diffa, Bangui, Doba, Bongor, N’Djamena, Aozou

Population: 196,947,200

Gross Domestic Product:  $197.32 billion

Text Box: III. Government
Text Box: Country Name
	Conventional Long Form:  Anaweim Federation

	Long Local Form:  Greater Anaweim

	Local Short Form:  The Anaweim

Country Motto: Power Corrupts

Government Type:  Federation

Independence: November 1, 2005 from Zububu

National Holiday: February 29, 1986—Marshal’s Birthday

Legal System:  Common law, Sharia law

Suffrage: 21 years, universal suffrage for literate 


Text Box: Head of State:  Marshal Cyprien Magnus (President)

Head of Government: First Minister Diallo Wuo (Anaweim National Congress)

Cabinet:
 
First Minister Colonel Diallo Wuo
Minister for Foreign Affairs Ibrahim Rasheed
Minister for Economic Development and Trade
Minister of Finance
Minister of Education 
Minister of Regional Affairs
Minister of Agricultural affairs
Minister for Industry and Petroleum Resources
Minister of Health and Welfare
Minister for Labor and Pension
Minister of Internal Affairs
Minister of Justice
Minister of Police Affairs and National Security
Director, National Security Council Muhammdu Bintu
Federal Security Agency
Minister for Information and Media
Minister of Defence

Method of Election/Term Length:  President is elected by Popular Vote for 7-year term

Date of Last Election/Results: N/A

Date of Next Election: December 1, 2006
Text Box: IV. Legislative Branch
Text Box: Major Political Parties: Anaweim National Congress (ANC), Anaweim Republican Party (ARP), Coalition: Grassroots party/Socialist party (GS)

Political Pressure Groups: Anaweim Muslim league, Movement of the People

Legislature:
Senate—150 Seats/by Appointment 
House or Representatives—400 seats/3 year term 

Last Election Date:  October 14, 2005

Last Election Results:  N/A

Next Election Date: September 1, 2006
Text Box: V. Judiciary Branch
Text Box: Supreme Court Justices:  Eight

Process through which Justices Come to Power:  Appointment by President, approval by National Assembly
Text Box: VI. Foreign Policy
Text Box: International Organization Participation:  African Union Observer, Tripoli Accord, ECOWAS, West African Monetary Union
	 
Territorial Disputes:   None
Text Box: VII. Economy
Text Box: The Anaweim Federation relies on its chief export Petroleum which has seen a rapid increase in price per barrel leading to a booming petroleum sector. The State run NDDC controls all petroleum facilities within the Anaweim and has formed recent mergers with foreign petroleum companies including Mulgarian ELF and the Afro-Anaweim Petroleum Company. The States of Niger, Chad and Bangui remain heavily dependant on allocations from the Federal government. as these regions have suffered from drought, famine and poor infrastructure. Agriculture and Farming are two primary sources of income within Greater Anaweim with commerce growing in the main cities of Lagos and Abuja. Former Para Tomar has seen a steady growth particularly following the policies of the previous catholic administration which has given rise to a new elite in the SAR of Benin/Togo. The Federal Government began new economic and monetary reforms to cut down on inflation following increased government spending especially during the war with Great Mini Totts and the involvement of the Federation in the conflict in the Mediterranean.
Text Box: GDP Growth Rate: 7.5%

GDP Per Sector: 
	Agriculture: 38%
	Industry:  45%
	Services:  17%	

Unemployment Rate:
	Urban Areas: 35%
	Rural Areas: 12%

Percentage of Population Below the Poverty Line: 39%
	Urban Areas: 48%
	Rural Areas: 52%

Inflation: 2.5%

Electric Production by Source:
	Fossil Fuel: 50%
	Hydro: 25%
	Nuclear: 0%
	Other: 25%

Nuclear Energy Capabilities: Possess Nuclear Warheads and Several Nuclear Energy Plants for enrichment of Uranium

Currency Name: Anaweimi Dhor

Current External Debt: N/A

Current Creditor States: N/A
Text Box: (Observer)
Text Box: IV. Executive Branch

ANNUAL SURPLUS (EXPORTS)

Text Box: XII. Transnational Disputes
Text Box: Updated:  August 29, 2006
Text Box: ANNUAL SURPLUS (EXPORTS)
Text Box: CURRENT NATIONAL DEMAND (IMPORTS)
Text Box: IX. Infrastructure
Text Box: Ports and Harbors (3): Lagos (Apapa, Tincan Island), Calabar, Port-Harcourt, Cotonou

Airports with Paved Runways: 9

Name of Major International
Major International Airports:  
Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMI)
Abuja International Airport (AIA) 
Port Harcourt International Airport (PHI)



Text Box: X. Social Indicators
Text Box: Life Expectancy at Birth:
	Male: 59 years
	Female: 65 years

Total Fertility Rate: 
	5.5 children born/woman

Nationality: 
	Noun: An Anaweim
	Adjective: Anaweimi

Ethnic Groups: Yoruba, Hausa-Fulani, Igbo, others

Religions: Muslim 60%, Christian 40%
Text Box: XI. Military
Text Box: Military Branches: Anaweim Army, Anaweim Air Force, Anaweim Navy, Anaweim Naval Marine corps, Anaweim Special Task Force (ASTF), Anaweim Rapid Response Squad (ARRS)

Military Service:  Compulsory, 18 yrs.

Manpower Avail. For Military Service: N/A

Military Expenditures per Year:  N/A

Military Expenditures as Percentage of GDP: 4%

Weapons of Mass Destruction: 
	Nuclear: N/A
	Chemical: N/A
	Biological: N/A
Text Box: Territorial Disputes:  None

Non-Territorial Disputes:  None
Text Box: Languages:  English –Official in Anglophone Territories, French Official in Francophone Territories

Literacy (definition — age 15 and over can read and write):
	Total Population: 56.4%
	Male: 45%
	Female: 37%

HIV/AIDS
 Adult Prevalence Rate: 12%
 People Living with HIV/AIDS:  60,000
 Deaths in Past Year:  200,000

Major Infectious Diseases/Risk:
Tuberculosis, Water sickness, River Blindness, whooping cough, Respiratory Diseases, Cholera



Text Box: Marshal Magnus, 
President of The Anaweim Federation
Text Box: First Minister Diallo Wuo

Oil

 

3670

Uranium

1480

Machinery

 

Gas (Natural)

 

2740

Gold

 

Vehicles

 

Petro Products

 

4230

Diamonds

 

Man. Goods

92300

Medicine

 

2500

Minerals

7230

Consumer Goods

227

Perfume

 

 

Textiles

30360

Tobacco

2310

Chemicals

 

690

Foodstuffs

17490

Wine

 

Livestock

 

17760

Cotton

99510

Vanilla

(& Other Spices)

 

Coffee

 

170

Timber

35480

Sugar

 

Tea

 

 

Flowers

 

Fish

 

Cocoa

 

1430

 

Services:

Tourism

 

Oil

 

290

Uranium

 

Machinery

27,090

Gas (Natural)

 

 

Gold

 

Vehicles

345

Petro Products

 

2790

Diamonds

 

Man. Goods

19,600

Medicine

 

 

Minerals

 

Consumer Goods

95

Perfume

 

 

Textiles

 

Tobacco

 

Chemicals

 

634

Foodstuffs

120,280

Wine

 

Livestock

 

47,990

Cotton

24270

Vanilla

(& Other Spices)

 

Coffee

 

 

Timber

 

Sugar

 

Tea

 

 

Flowers

 

Fish

17,400

Cocoa

 

 

 

Services:

Tourism