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The Pataki Peoples' State


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Background: Liberated in the 260s by the valiant struggle of the martyrs of the Pataki people, within the Pataki Peoples Army, the people formed the Pataki Peoples' State to organise and provide the necessary central structure for the equal distribution of resources amongst the people. Today, the population are well-fed, well-housed and very well-educated and healthy. The PCS provides almost eight million people with a home and freedom from the oppression of the capitalist power structures they fled.


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Location: South-eastern old continent, bordering Yellow Bay and Begral, the PCS is an autonomous state within the borders of the Peoples Republic of Rovens, between 0 and 15 degrees South, and 60 and 75 degrees East, of the planet Vexillium.

Geographic coordinates: 7 00 S, 68 00 E

Map references: Old Continent

total: 182,000 sq km
land: ~181,000 sq km

Area - comparative:
The purile, chest-beating comparison of land areas is of little interest to the Pataki People.
Cambodia; OR
Syria; OR
Uruguay; OR
Florida, OR
Virginia plus West Virginia.

Land boundaries:
total: 775 km (Approx.)
border countries: South Bay 300 km; Begral 425 km

Coastline: None

Climate: tropical; temperate to frigid in mountains

Terrain: Valley of lowland jungle and plains protected by the high and rugged mountains in east.

Elevation extremes:
lowest point: Far-western plains at ~485 metres
highest point: Mount Ararak 6,031 m

Natural resources: silver, rubber, gold, timber, fish, iron ore, coal, phosphate, potash, hydropower

Land use: Estimates only
arable land: 17%
permanent crops: 12%
permanent pastures: 10%
forests and woodland: 43%
other: 18% (301 est.)

Irrigated land: Unknown

Natural hazards: Flooding, snowslides and landslides, earthquakes

Environment - current issues: deforestation; overgrazing leading to soil erosion perpetrated by the capitalist land-owners before the time of freedom of the people.

Environment - international agreements:
party to: None
signed, but not ratified: None


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Population: 7,792,524 (according to Rovenian government census)

Age structure:
As yet unknown

Population growth rate: 4% (estimated)

Birth rate: 45 births/1,000 population (estimated)

Death rate: 17 deaths/1,000 population (estimated)

Net migration rate: +12 migrant(s)/1,000 population (estimated)

Sex ratio:

Infant mortality rate: 29 deaths/1,000 live births (estimated)

Life expectancy at birth:
total population: 65 years
male: 62 years
female: 68 years (estimated)

Total fertility rate: 4 children born/woman (estimated)

noun: Pataki
adjective: Pataki

Ethnic groups: Pataki 88%, Kpothan 7%, Utani 5% (estimated)

Religions: Are of no interest to the state.

Languages: Basala-Pataki (official), Ingallish, and Utani

definition: age 15 and over can read and write in any of the above languages
total population: 99%
male: 100%
female: 98% (estimated)
This is the proudest achievement of the Pataki people: the education of the population providing an excellent standard of education.


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Country name:
conventional long form: Pataki Peoples' State
conventional short form: PPS

Data code:
(under application)

Government type: Peoples' state; The people rule their destiny, not through the corrupted and discredited method of the ballot box, but through their instrument, the Pataki Peoples' Army and its institutions of popular reform and administration.

Capital: Patak, population 2.1 million.

Independence: 15 June, 278 -- The victory over the Guwimithian 15th Heavy Infantry Brigade in the streets of Patak provides the population with their greatest national holiday

National holiday: Independence Day, 15 June (278) and Pataki Liberation Day, 3 March (261)

Legal system: Based on military code

Executive branch:
chief of state: The concept of a singular leader is a imperialist construct that has no parallel in the Pataki Peoples' State. The administration of the country's resources is managed by the various departments, which are lead by the Secretariats of the various departments.
General Esyanna KENOTTA (Commander in Chief, Pataki Peoples' Army)
Piers K'NOSSA (Most Senior Secretary, Dept of the Interior; Justice, infrastructure maintenance)
Jahsn BABATTA (Most Senior Secretary, Dept of Security; intelligence and home defence)
Magoya NATOSYA (Most Senior Secretary, Dept of Resources; management of fair resources)
Leena KOSSIPEU (Most Senior Secretary, Dept of Foreign Relations; links to true-peoples' states worldwide)
Lanyei SRATOSSA (Most Senior Secretary, Information Secretariat; provision of the Peoples' message at home and worldwide)

Legislative branch: New laws are written by the Pataki Peoples' Army, and administered by the Department of the Interior.

Judicial branch: Peoples' Courts

International organization participation: International Communist Forum

Flag description: Red top-half of the flag, representing the blood of the Pataki martyrs who forged this very nation with their own blood; white bottom-half of the flag representing the purity of the cause for which they fight, and, in the centre, a yellow star representing the pledge of the Pataki Peoples' Army to keep the population safe from the ravages of unfettered exploitation by the ruling classes of the capitalist world.


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Economy - overview: Economics is a tool of the bankers and capitalists to explain in what way they can indebt the people, and so make them a slave to this system of exploitation. The very resources that the working classes produce is then taken from them in exchange for a fraction of their worth to the capitalist land-owners and bankers, and must be bought back from the same at an inflated price.
The Pataki Peoples' State will have no part in providing ANY statistics that might enable these bankers and capitalists to salivate over the productiveness of the Pataki people, so as to heighten their desire to take what belongs to the Pataki people, and sell it back to them at inflated price. Therefore, in this section we shall describe the TRUE worth of the Pataki Peoples State, the achievements that demonstrate the true worth of the state.

Currency: All goods a provided to the population on an as-needed basis, consequently, there is little need of money. However, the PPS does produce some small value "coins" called Oma which may be used by tourists and foreigners.

Exchange rates: None

The TRUE wealth of the Pataki Peoples' State is demonstrated in the following ways:

Employment - composition by sector:
agriculture: 14.8%; only 103 people per 1,000 population work in the fields
industry: 24.2%; 171 people per 1,000 population
construction: 13.4%; 94 people per 1,000 population work in the construction of buildings or roads
educational services: 4.7%; 33 people per 1,000 population work as teachers; about 8 in adult education, 22 in schools, and 3 in higher education.
health services: 2.6%; 4 senior medical staff, 8 medical staff plus 6 medical aides per 1,000 population <Tech: "Senior medical staff" is the non-elitist way of saying doctors, "medical staff" are nurse or equivalent, while "aides" are orderlys etc...>
other services: 21.6%; entertainment services (41 per 1,000 population), shopkeepers (27), transport workers (55), telecommunications (6), power and water (6) and others (16).
administrative state services: 14.8%; 104 per 1,000 population
military services: 11 people per 1,000 population serve in the Pataki Peoples' Army regular defence forces.
24 people per 1,000 population serve in the Pataki Peoples' Army Home Defence Militias, which includes what would be termed "the police".

Labor force: 5.6 million

Industries: food processing, mining of metals, steel, munitions, textiles

Electricity - production: 10.14 billion kWh

Electricity - production by source:
fossil fuel: 2.81 billion kWh
hydro: 6.3 billion kWh
nuclear: None
other: Wind 1.03 billion kWh

Electricity - trade: None

Agriculture - products: cotton, sugarcane, rice, potatoes, plantains, coca, wheat; poultry, beef, dairy products, wool;

Trade: None


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Telephones - main lines in use: 3.7 million estimate

Telephone system: <tech: Antiquated and poor.>

Radio broadcast stations: AM 9, FM 1, shortwave 6

Radios: 5 million estimate

Television broadcast stations: None

Televisions: Not permitted by law.

Internet Service Providers (ISPs): None.


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total: Unknown
standard gauge: Unknown
narrow gauge: Unknown

total: Unknown
paved: Unknown
unpaved: Unknown

Waterways: Unknown

Pipelines: Unknown

Ports and harbors: None


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Military branches: Army

Military manpower: 85,800 (302)

Military manpower - military age: 16 years of age

Military manpower - availability:
males age 15-49: N/A million Estimate

Military manpower - fit for military service:
males age 15-49: N/A million Estimate

Military manpower - reaching military age annually:
males: N/A Estimate

Military expenditures - dollar figure: N/A

Military expenditures - percent of GDP: N/A

Transnational Issues

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Disputes - intranational: The Pataki Peoples' State occupies approximately 35% of the Peoples Republic of Rovens, and as it represents a shining example of the benefits of a non-capitalist structural system, it is opposed by many within the Rovenian government. The Pataki Peoples' Army is negotiating with the government to establish a final peace, and an acknowledgement of the right to existance of the Pataki Peoples' State, of the rights of the Pataki people. Until that time, there will always be disputes with the Rovenian state.

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