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Yaminah Government Directives
« on: January 05, 2008, 02:44:04 AM »

From the Revolutionary Council

January 4, 2008

The time has come to construct the government of Yaminah to ensure the future of our people. At this time, the capital of Yaminah will be in liberated Khartoum with the construction of a new Revolutionary Council House.


This modern structure of 12 floors will be completed in February and will serve as the center of Yaminah's government.

Additionally, until normal relations with the Confederate Republics of Africa (CRA) can be established, all travel to and from the CRA is prohibited in addition to the closure of Yaminah airspace between the two nations.

The Revolutionary Council is committed to the safety of its people as well as the idea and future of Yaminah.

In the coming days, the Revolutionary Council will take appropriate measures to ensure the viability of Yaminah within our world.

Your Leaders in Revolution,
General Bazar Melnikov, Commander
Lieutenant General Jeremy Steele, Vice Commander
Lieutenant General Heinrich Wexler, Ambassador General
Lieutenant General Vasilii Hamackova
Vice Admiral Benoit Madonia

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Re: Yaminah Government Directives
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2008, 12:43:22 AM »

From the Revolutionary Council
Yaminah Business Report

January 5, 2008

The Revolutionary Council has surveyed the current status of Yaminah's economy. The strengths of this region lie not only in agriculture of cotton, livestock, and cocoa, but also in vehicles, electricity, oil, and most importantly: the people of Yaminah themselves.

With the appointment of Lieutenant General Heinrich Wexler to the position of Ambassador General, Yaminah will create new ties with the nations of the world to bring Yaminahari goods to them and exotic wares back home for us.

The Revolutionary Council has established the following corporations to ensure the viability of Yaminah's economy:


Sudan Railways is now Yaminah Railways. Over time, the Revolutionary Council will be introducing service updates to allow Yaminah to enter the 21st Century of travel.


All Khartoum North vehicle factories have been merged under Arrow Motors, a Revolutionary Company.


The future of Yaminah's economy lies in oil. The Revolutionary Council created Yaminco Oil and Petroleum Services to ensure the nation profits from its own resources.


With energy production in the hands of the People of Yaminah, no longer will we suffer blackouts due to demands from people thousands of miles away.

Agricultural production will remain in the status quo with new ownership for ranches and farms that were under foreign exploitation. The Revolutionary Council will establish international markets for surplus foodstuffs.

The Revolutionary Council is committed to the safety of its people as well as the idea and future of Yaminah.

In the coming days, the Revolutionary Council will continue to take appropriate measures to ensure the viability of Yaminah within our world.

Your Leaders in Revolution,
General Bazar Melnikov, Commander
Lieutenant General Jeremy Steele, Vice Commander
Lieutenant General Heinrich Wexler, Ambassador General
Lieutenant General Vasilii Hamackova
Vice Admiral Benoit Madonia

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Re: Yaminah Government Directives
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2008, 08:17:56 PM »
Kvedesh was getting to know his War Adviser very well recently. The problems were growing more and more, Kvedesh found it so odd that the parts of his nation that were seceding were the ones that were at the heart of the nation. He’d of expected trouble from Uganda, or southern Kenya, but not in his nation, not in Confederate Sudan, the nation which he had fought for in the early 2000 revolts. Not the people who he had saved from genocide; how could they be defying him now? These were the things that obsessed the Arch Chancellor now. Held his conscious mind and his dreams, he could not escape the fear of his hard work to bring Africa to a new age of prosperity would end in petty differences tearing it apart. Each time he though about the situation he could not help but think that he was failing somehow. He always tried to appease the people, but he had to do what was best for Africa, for his nation, which he had been a founding father, he saw himself like (as did many others) the George Washington of Africa, but he was feeling increasingly like Abe Lincoln.

The war adviser had just shown him a on Yaminah government. Kvedesh pointed to the bottom of the page, and said to the adviser, with ice in his heart, “You see that list of names, that is a list of people who need to die.”
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