Grand Nation of Angola
"Long Live The Chancellor"
Umbundu, Kimbundu, Kikongo
|Government||Unitary Supreme Chancellory|
|-||Supreme Chancellor||N'damukong Svimbi|
|Formation of Nation|
|-||Republic of Angola||1975-Present Day|
|GDP (PPP)||2032 estimate|
|-||Total||16.408 Tr Kwanza|
|-||Per capita||664,583.40 Kwanza|
|-||Total||15.029 Trillion Kwanza|
|-||Per capita||608,711.37 Kwanza|
|Drives on the||right|
The Grand Nation of Angola has long since been ignored much like the rest of its fellow nations in Africa. With the rise of new leadership and the establishment of the Supreme Chancellorship in the central government, the Supreme Chancellor N'damukong Svimbi has become ambitious enough to want to make Angola the shining light of Sub-Saharan Africa. In his efforts, Chancellor Svimbi has also disestablished the official and national language of Angola, currently Portugese, and established a few native African languages as official and one, Umbundu, as the National language of Angola due to it being from the ethnic group Ovimbundu, the largest native ethnic group in Angola.
The Chancellor has also set about reforming the economy of Angola to further suit the needs of the developing country. Rather than hosting a free market capitalist economy, Angola is currently going through reforms to become a more socialist country, with the government owning companies that manufacture the necessities of the ever changing world, such as cars, cell phones, foods, and utility services. Through these reforms, Angola has also banned the privatization of such things.
The Chancellor is constantly eyeing on Angola's southern neighbor Namibia as a target of conquest. This process is however being delayed due to massive amounts of tensions to north as a result of The Great African War. So far the only effects on Angola due to the war in the North are economic in nature, as Iranian trading vessels are occassionally fired upon. Other effects by the war include the establishment of refugee camps in Cabinda, Angola's enclave in the Kinshasa Republic.
After diplomatically dealing with the tensions between Angola and Namibia, the Chancellor has exchanged territories with Namibia in the efforts of ethnically unifying Africa under one flag with provincial borders for tribes and languages. This effort has also been made in Zaire after Zaire launched attacks on refugee camps in Cabinda. The war that resulted in the Angolan takeover of southern lands inhabited by the Kongo people was fought hard by over 500,000 Angolan soldiers resulting in the death of approximately 50,000 of them.