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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #20 on: October 18, 2008, 12:45:21 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 18/10/08.
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #21 on: October 18, 2008, 03:02:11 AM »
National Nuclear Power Program


Dodoma Nuclear Power Plant

The Dodoma Nuclear Power Plant:



By enacting Energy Bill 201, the Mfasan Parliament established Mfasaland in the nuclear era. The bill allowed for the creation of nuclear power plant operating two reactors to provide cheap and large amounts of energy to the growing Mfasan economy. The decision was made due to the high oil prices and high cost of maintaining many of the older coal and petrol power plants in Mfasaland and the less pollution nuclear power creates.

The new power plant, named the Dodoma Nuclear Power Plant, is located 90 km north of the city of Dodoma. The nuclear power plant has replaced five old and polluting coal and petrol power plants.
The construction of the plant was finnished in March, 2009.


Victoria Nuclear Power Plant

The Victoria Nuclear Power Plant is the second of it's kind to be built in Mfasaland. The plant will be located south of the capital city of Narundi. The power plant will house three of the new European Pressurized Reactors and will be a state of the art nuclear power plant. The start of the construction is set to begin in mid August, 2009. 


New Wellington Nuclear Power Plant

The New Wellington Nuclear Power Plant project is still in it's infancy. It has not been decided if this power plant will be constructed. The project will be evaluated by the Ministry of Transport and Energy and subjected to a final evaluation in the Parliament, should the Ministry of Transport and Energy adopt the project for construction.
The current project consists of two European Pressurized reactors.
The planned location for the power plant is 120 km southwest of the city of Musoma.
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #22 on: October 24, 2008, 09:54:31 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 24/10/08.
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #23 on: November 09, 2008, 11:41:31 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 09/11/2008. to include data on the Nampula Province, Economic growth and expanded military expenditures.
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Re: Factbook of Tanganyia
« Reply #24 on: December 25, 2008, 01:54:10 PM »
List of Wars involving Tanganyia

War of Succession, 1838 - 1848 - Following the death of Mizenga II, his two sons, Mizenga III and Ngwaio IV fought a devastating civil war over the control of the kingdom. The war ended in disaster for the Ngwaio Kingdom when, ravaged by war and famine, it was attacked by the Sultanate of Oman in 1846. The Ngwaio kingdom split into the Ngwaio Kingdom of Mfasaland under Mizenga III and the Kingdom of Rumaniyka under the youngest son, Ngwaio IV while Oman seizes several coastal territories.

First Ngwaio-Omani War, 1846-48 - The Ngwaio State, having already lost control over large parts of it's territory as a result of the civil war against the rebel state of Rumaniyka, loses control of several trading posts and cities on the coast to the Sultanate of Oman. The Ngwaio armies suffers several decisive defeats against the better equipped Omani army.

Ngwaio-Rumaniykan War, 1856 - 1861 - Following several military reforms, Mizenga III declares war on the Rumaniykan kingdom in an effort to reunite the Ngwaio state. Both kingdoms were ravaged and devastated as a result and the borders remained more or less unchanged.

Second Ngwaio-Omani War, 1873-76 - Near total collapse of the what remains of the Ngwaio state while Oman seizes the entire coast and several inland settlements and provinces. Thousands are sold off as slaves by Oman. The Ngwaio Kings rule what is left of their kingdom from Mwanza.

Revolt of the Three Chiefs, 1879-1880 - Following the Second Ngwaio-Omanese War, what remained of the Ngwaio state was economically ruined and several regions suffered from famine. In an effort to cover state expenses and prevent the famines from spreading, King Mkwavinyika I raised taxes in several provinces. The provinces affected protested and soon three Chiefs were in open revolt. The civil war further devastated part of the Kingdom. The rebellion was crushed and the rebellious Chiefs executed.

Third Ngwaio-Omani War, 1885-87 - The Ngwaio State support the German takeover of the region of Tanganyika, making the Ngwaio King symbollic ruler of present day Mfasaland, while being subject of the German Crown and German Governor.

German - Rumaniykan War, 1894 - The splinter Kingdom of Rumaniyka unsuccessfully attempts to cast off German Colonial rule. The Ngwaio Kingdom of Mfasaland actively supports the German troops. After the successful conclusion of the war, the last Rumaniykan King, Ngwaio V (the second king of Rumaiyka), is executed and what remains of the Kingdom is absorbed into the Ngwaio State, which itself is a client state of the German Empire.

Rebellion Against the German Empire, 1916-1918 - The reborn Ngwaio State rebel against their former allies, the German Empire, joining the British Empire. The Ngwaio army is a welcome addition to the British forces in Eastern Africa.

Mfasan Civil War, 1994, also known as The Liberation - Several Army Divisions, including the elite armor divisions, under General Mobuto Ngali rebel against the Communist regime. The fall of the communist regime lasted only 10 months.

Mfasan Occupation of Somalia, 2008 - Mfasan Troops occupy most of Somalia in order to stabilize the region.

Victoria League Occupation of Somalia, 2008 - Mfasan-Confederate troops both occupy a piece of Somalia after the fall of the Federation of the African Horn. The occupation ends with the establishment of the Republic of Hiiraan.

Ethiopian-Aksumite War, 2008 - Ethiopia attacks Aksum. Mfasaland and the rest of the Victoria League intervenes. After several months of hard fighting, the Ethiopians surrender.

Mfasan Intervention into Mozambique, 2008  also called First War of KaNgwanese Aggression - Originally only a small strib of Northern Mozambique was occupied to protect the flow of refugees following a KaNgwanese invasion of Southern Mozambique, the operation turned into a full scale occupation of the Nampula province after a second KaNgwanese invasion of Mozambique. Mfasaland annexed Nampula shortly thereafter as Rhodesia and KaNgwane seized central and southern Mozambique.

Zulu-KaNgwanese War, 2008  also known as Second War of KaNgwanese Aggression - As a response to the KaNgwanese invasion of the Zulu Nation, Mfasaland, Rhodesia and Glashima intervened on behalf of the Zulu Nation and KaNgwane was forced to let Rhodesian and Mfasan forces occupy parts of KaNgwane and to dismantle their nuclear, biological and chemical weapons programes.

Third War of KaNgwanese Aggression, 2009   - The Victoria League declared war with KaNgwane as a responce to KaNgwanese invasion of the Comorres. The war has ended with a peace signed in Pantycellen, where KaNgwane denounced any claims on the South Rhodesia, Mozambique and the Comorres. The threat of potential conflicts with KaNgwane ended in 2010 when KaNgwane collapsed and was soon replaced by the Republic of Stellaland

First Somaliland Crisis, 2010, official name: Operation Guardian - Mfasan and allied forces occupy Somaliland and Puntland after an escalation of the insurgency in the country. Coalition troops succesfully expel insurgents from the area. All military operations ends with the establisment of New Tabecca.

Occupation of Madeira, 2010, officially known as Operation Striker - Mfasan, Warlordian, Stellan and Rhodesian forces occupy the island of Madeira, part of Simalia, in an effort to establish a blockade of the rogue nation in the arftermath of the Simalian Civil War. Control of the island is handed over to the Simalian Government in exile in Warlordia. The operation is a complete success.

Second Somaliland Crisis, 2010-2011 - Mfasan and Stellan forces, known as the East-Africa Peace Corps, are deployed to Somaliland to stabilize the small state and prevent insurgents from Puntland from spreading into Somaliland. All forces are withdrawn by the end of February 2011.

Occupation of Socotra, 2011, officially known as Operation Northern Star - Mfasan forces occupy the island of Socotra to strengthen Mfasan operations against piracy off the Horn of Africa. The occupation ends with the establishment of a Mfasan base, the Qaysoh Naval Base. A united tribal council is established with Mfasan assistance.

Third Somaliland Crisis, 2012 - , officially known as Operation New Dawn I and Operation New Dawn II - Mfasan forces are once again deployed to Somaliland to stabilize the country and to stabilize Puntland. Mfasan and Coalition troops establish control over the majority of Puntland, establishing a unitary Government to govern the province. Mfasan forces are still deployed to the region
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #25 on: January 16, 2009, 01:49:14 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior. Updated Map of Mfasaland to correspond with the annexation of the Nampula province.
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #26 on: February 04, 2009, 09:23:01 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 04/02/09.
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #27 on: February 07, 2009, 12:33:06 AM »
Mr. William B. Royce will take over as the new Minister of Foreign Affairs after the death of Mr. Robert Kawaio.

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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #28 on: February 10, 2009, 12:36:52 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 10/02/09. Statistics Page Overhauled February 10th, 2009.
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #29 on: March 28, 2009, 06:03:56 PM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 29/03/09.
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #30 on: May 01, 2009, 01:41:21 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 01/05/09.
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Re: Factbook of Tanganyia
« Reply #31 on: May 02, 2009, 12:08:12 AM »
Political Parties of the Kingdom of Tanganyia:


Parties Represented in Parliament:

Conservative Party (C) - A Social Conservative party. Main issues are national identity, free trade, more modest social security network, strong military, monarchism and acitve foreing policy. Voters come from all classes, though most are middle and lower class. Both black and white. This party had succes together with the NF and LP in the social reforms in the 2001 and 2007. These parties are also the main force behind the action against Somalia.

National Front (NF) -  A nationalist conservative party. The former Mfasaland Liberation Front. It's main issues is nationalism, free trade, monarchism, white and black unity and a strong army. The are broadly represented in both the white and black parts of the population.

Liberal Party (LP) - A Social liberal party. Main issues are free trade, securalization, monarchism, strong social security network. Mainly a party for the upper and middle class both black and white.

Christian Democratic Party (CDP) - A centrist party. Created in 2002 by John Delwhite and Okaka Obowele The party has no affiliation with the Christian Movement as it represents both Protestant and Catholics. Main issuses are Christian virtues, strong social security reforms, interventionistic economic policy, monarchism and strong enviromental laws. Most voters are middle class and lower class.

Social Democratic Party (SDP) - A moderate leftist party. Social democratic. Main issues are interventionism, protectionism, stronger social security network, monarchism, more social reforms and moderate redistribution of wealth through taxes. Most voters are lower class.

Green Party (GP) - A socialist party. Created in 2001. Mainly focuses on enviromental issues, welfare, anti-military and social justice. The party is the smallest party in Parliament, with only 2,27 % of of votes. Most voters are students, academics and lower class.


Parties Not Represented in Parliament:

Catholic Union Party (CUP) - A right wing party. Created in 1998, now mostly based in Nampula. Main issues focus is on the preservation of Catholic issues, social justice, protectionism and anti-abortion. The party enjoys little popular support, under 0.7%, but in Nampula, it enjoys some 8 % popular support. Most voters are found in Nampula.

People's Socialist Labour Party of Tanganyia (PSLP) - A communist party. Founded in 1948 as the  Communist Party of Mfasaland, banned in 1994 after the fall of the communist Government, recreated in 1998 when the ban on communist parties was lifted. Main issues is the reinstatement of a planned economy, economic equality and the abolition of the monarchy. The party enjoys little popular support, under 1,6 %. Most voters are students and unemployed.

Party for Mozambique (PFM) - A socialist party. Founded in 2012 and based exclusively in the province of Nampula. Main issue is the secession of Nampula from Mfasaland the the creation of an independent Mozambique. The party has virtually no public support. Has failed to gain any seats in local and provincial councils.


Pressure Groups:

Christian Movement - A religious group pressing the government to declaring the Anglican Protestant church the state church and thereby Anglican Protestantism as the official religion by peaceful means. Their issues are that a much stronger welfare state must be created and sinfull things as pornography must be banned. Their political ideoligy is Christian Democracy.

Movement for Mfasaland - An AU sceptic group which pressues the government for the withdrawal of Mfasan membership of the AU. The group belives that the AU is incapable of solving major international crises. Furthermore the MFM are against what they believe membership really is: Yielding sovereignty of Mfasaland's internal affairs to the AU.



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Re: Factbook of Tanganyia
« Reply #32 on: May 02, 2009, 12:09:28 AM »
Leader Profiles of the Parties of Tanganyia:

Conservative Party (C) - John F. Henry. John F. Henry is the Prime Minister of Mfasaland and leader of the Conservative Party. Born in Tabora in 1947, he married Helen Dalian in 1967 and attended Narundi University in 1969 after his mandatory two year service in the army. He studied Law and Humanism and got his Master's degree in 1975 and started working as a public defender. This however made him a bit unpopular among the communist regime as they began to suspect him of anti communist activities. Nevertheless he was never arrested or charged with anything. When the Mfasan Civil War broke out in 1997, he actively supported the democratic nationalist rebels. Afterwards he resurrected the old Conservative Party that had been banned for almost 50 years and he worked hard for the restoration of the monarchy which was achieved in 1993. He was soon elected leader of the Conservatives and in the 2006 elections, his party, along with the National Front and Liberal Party, won the elctions and he became Prime Minister. He has two daughters Victoria and Kate. Kate is a member of the Conservatives and a member of Parliament, while Victoria is working in the Narundi Bank.

National Front (NF) - Jason O. Akala. Of humble beginnings, Jason O. Akala was born in a poor fisherman's family on Zanzibar in 1965. His only chance for a better life was through the Army and he quickly gained reputation as a capable NCO. This brought him the attention of then Colonel General Mbuto Ngali, who had him sent to the Officers Academy. After his commission as a Lieutenant, he quickly advanced through the ranks and was commisioned as Colonel in 1980. His fervent nationalist stance was mistaken for communist fervor and he was granted the command of the elite 1st "Lion" Armored Brigade along with a Brigadiers commission. Jason O. Akala was instrumental in the rebellion against the communist regime. His forces defeated a much larger government force in the battle of Tabora, which crushed the government forces Northern Mfasaland and opened the road to Narundi.
Jason O. Akala and Mobuto Ngali has stayed life long friends and in 1995 he joined the National Front. In 2000 he was elected leader of the National Front. His popularity was a great asset for the party during that election.

Liberal Party (LP) - Peter Blenheim. Peter Blenheim was born to former Prime Minister John Blenheim and his wife Alice. Born in London in 1960 where his parents had fled after the communist takeover. He attended several business schools in Britain and in 1995 he was appointed director of the Halifax bank. He always longed to return to Mfasaland. In 1986 he married college sweetheart Elizabeth Durnham. He has a son and and daughter, Peter and Patricia who are both attending Oxford University. He also involved himself in politics and gained importance inside the British Conservative Party. In 1990 he was a high ranking member of the Conservatives in Britain and when the Mfasan Civil War broke out in 1991 he worked hard to get the the British Parliament to support the democratic National Front. In 1993 he returned home and was instrumental in the creation of an efficient national bank in Mfasaland. He joined the newly established Liberal Party and was chosen leader of the party in 2007.

Christian Democratic Party (CDP) - Okaka Obowele. Okaka Obowele was born in 1970 into a highly religious family in Songea. As a young man he attended secret church masses and supported several underground churches. He started working as a police officer in 1991, but advanced swiftly through the ranks and was granted the commission as Police Inspector in the Songea area in 2002. He became instrumental in rebuilding the new Mfasan police and reestablish respect and trust in the police in general.
In 1994 he married Irene Abindo. In 1991, after the fall of the communist regime joined the newly founded Christian Democratic Party. The party fared modestly in the 2006 elections, it was however enough to enter Parliament.

Social Democratic Party (SDP) - Abraham D. Abile. Abraham was born in 1967 in a workers family in Narundi. His father worked at Train Factory Nr. 1. Although he was a communist as young he was soon disillusioned and gained more moderate socialist views. Early on he was involved in the People's Worker Union, the only workers union allowed. There he campaigned for better work conditions. He slowly began to transform the People's Worker Union into a real working union, one that wasn't afraid to challenge the Government and its policies. This landed him great popularity among the working class and a prison sentence in 1990, where he was sentenced to 20 years in prison for "Counter revolutionary activity against the People's Socialist Revolution in Mfasaland". Inside the prison he married fellow Worker's Union activist Jane Mozungo. He was released in 1991 after 1 year behind bars when National Front forces liberated Narundi and forced the communist regime into surrender. His prison sentence had done nothing to dampen his popularity among the working class and he used this popularity to form a new party, the Social Democratic Party. He has been strong advocate for the improvement of the conditions of the working class, yet he still maintains a strong anti-communist sentiment. His only son, Ibi, is following in his fathers footstep.

Green Party (GP) - Annie Jackson Dowell. Annie Jackson Dowell was born in 1975 in Narundi in a academic family who were also members of the communist party. Both parents worked as professors in biology. She quickly gained interest for biology and a great love for nature and wildlife. When she was 21 she was admitted to Narundi University and began studying biology herself and graduated in 1998 earning a PhD. In 1998 she than decided to form a new party with fellow students and colleagues, which main issues were anti-militarism, welfare, environmentalism and social justice. The party however, enjoys little support and is the smallest party in Parliament.

Catholic Union Party (CUP) - Liam Byrne. Liam Byrne was born in 1960 in Northern Ireland by Catholic parents, both of whom were politicians. His father, Peter Byrne was mayor of Lisburn. His parents were long time enemies of the IRA and generally favored British Rule. This led to their persecution by the IRA and in 1977, they fled to Rhodesia. They never really enjoyed life there and in 1992 they moved to Mfasaland. Liam Byrne was always a devout catholic and resented the fact that the Christian faith was not the official religion of Mfasaland. In 1998 he formed the Catholic Union Party. The party enjoyed little support in the beginning, but when the Kingdom of Mfasaland was granted the Mozambican province of Nampula, the mainly Catholic population there was much more supportive of the CUP. In 2008, the Party moved it's Party Main Office to Pemba in the Nampula Province. However recent polls show that the party still enjoys little support among non-Catholic voters.

People's Socialist Labour Party of Mfasaland (PSLP) - Jakaya Mkapa. Jakaya Mkapa was born in Dodoma in 1970 to parents that where middle ranking members of the Communist Party of Mfasaland. After finishing a master in political science at the now closed University of the Workers in Dodoma, Jakaya Mkapa began his career in the Communist Party in 1989 when he became the leader of the communist Union of Revolutionary Students at the university. After graduation, Jakaya Mkapa continued his career in the communist party and was employed as a local official in Dodoma. In 1991 when the communist regime was toppled, Jakaya Mkapa was, along with many other officials considered a die hard communist, fired.
He then made a living as a janitor at a local high school. In 1998 he was instrumental in reestablishing the communist party. On the first party congress in 1999, he was elected Chairman of the Party.

Party for Mozambique (PFM) - Joaquim Emílio Vaquina. Joaquim Emílio Vaquina was born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1975 to parents that had moved to Portugal following the independence of Mozambique. While his parents supported independence, they were ardent opponents of the FRELIMO party. In Portugal, Vaquina became a high school teacher. In 1992 he married his wife, native Portuguese Isabella Moniz. In 2001, Joaquim Emílio Vaquina moved back to Mozambique and settled in Nampula. When Nampula became part of Mfasaland, Vaquina joined the small opposition and in 2012 he founded the Party for Mozambique. 


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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #33 on: May 02, 2009, 12:11:13 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 02/05/09. Main Factbook Overhauled
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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #34 on: June 09, 2009, 02:50:21 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 02/05/09. Major Overhaul to the Main Factbook

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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #35 on: July 01, 2009, 12:40:54 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 1/07/2008.

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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #36 on: July 04, 2009, 01:05:01 PM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 4/07/2008.

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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #37 on: July 06, 2009, 12:09:33 PM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 6/07/2008.

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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #38 on: July 10, 2009, 01:24:29 AM »
Updated by the Ministry of the Interior, 10/07/2008.

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Re: Factbook of Mfasaland
« Reply #39 on: July 10, 2009, 02:00:11 AM »
Added Mfasan Nuclear Program Page as of 10/07/09.