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The United Bobbesian Republic
History and Information

The Rich and Full History of the UBR

The United Bobbesian Republic was formally founded on June 15, 1987. It was renamed the Bobbesian Empire when Lord James O'Patterson crowned himself King. He created an Assembly which we get our Parliament today.

In 1992, the Coalition was created to put pressure on the King. In th election of that year, Christopher Donle was named Prime Minister. He quickly set out to abolish the monarchy and create a republic. King James decided to end the Assembly, and called for new elections. Again the Coalition was returned to power with a whopping 98%.

Seeing this, James realized he must end his grip on power. At the stroke of midnight on July 1, 1996, King James O'Patterson abdicated the throne. For one year the Government would be led by a Constitutional Council, until new elections for a bicameral Parliament and a Presidency were held.

The elections of 1997 were marked by triumph for the NDP and NFP. The New Democratic Party canidate, Christopher Donle won the Presidency and the New Freedom Party won the Preimership.

Today, not much has changed, but the fueding between the parties have ended. President Donle works hard with the Prime Minister, and will continue to lead this nation into an era of prosperity.

Other Information

There are 5 states, the Nothern Terrorities, West Launsing, Southern Districts, Simtonia, and the National Capital District- Jacksonvatta.

The population is growing very fast and can not be counted at this time.

The National Transit System is up and working, taking citizens all around our lovely nation.

The UBR carries all major American networks and has its own, the Bobbesian Television Network (BTN). There are two major papers the New York Daily News and the Jacksonvatta Times-Herald.

Jacksonvatta Times-Herald

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