Quao is an autocracy and totalitarian. The only person who participates in the government is the leader, Haz. The people have many restrictions with little freedom. Haz holds all the power and controls every aspect of the people's lives. Haz recently introduced a new curfew. All citizens must now be inside their homes by 8:00 P.M. or they will receive a ticket.
Quao is located between Nepal, Pakistan, and India. It stretches from 36.67 degrees latitude, 74.64 degrees longitude to 31.67 degrees latitude, 29.74 degrees longitude and 80.40 degrees latitude, 77.19 degrees longitude to 29.75 degrees latitude, 76.67 degrees longitude. It is unitary government with the power held by a single, central agency. The central government holds all the power.
Population of 31.2 Million
Allies & Enemies
Quao is allies with China, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. It is enemies with the United States and Israel. Quao signed a memorandum to provide Turkey with security assurances in connection with its accession to the NPT as a non-nuclear weapon state.
Quao has a mixed economy. It's operated by both public enterprise and private enterprise. The heavy industries such as defense equipment and atomic energy come under the control of the public sector, and smaller goods and agriculture are assigned to the private sector.
Natural resources found in Quao are limestone, iron ore, silver, and gold. Trading of natural resources accounts for nearly 20% of Quao's exports.
Hindu is most widely spoken in Quao. In some parts of the country, people speak Sindhi. The two languages are not very similar at all, so often times people in Quao learn Sindhi as their second language.
There are not any political parties, because it is a dictatorship.
There are many ethnic and religious conflicts in Quao. Many people have been killed from ethnic conflicts. Mob violence has claimed over 4,000 lives. A new curfew law placed by Haz, however, was the spark that caused most of the current violence.
The country is wealthy, but the people are poor for the most part. It boasts about economic growth, but there is still a large amount of poverty. It has the world's largest amount of poor people living in a single country. The unemployment rate in Quao is 9%. The employment rate in Quao measures the number of people actively looking for job as a percentage of the labor force.
Population & Cities
68% of the population is rural. Major cities are Alwar, Akot, and Pen. in Alwar, many tourists visit the Kahan National Park. It's one of the most visited parks in the world. In Akot, Palolem is a popular tourist destination. It features some of the country's most developed beaches. In Pen, The Lake Palace is often visited by tourists. People come from all over the world to see the royal palace built in the 18th century.