|The Arta-Cola® Corporation is the world's most successful soft drink company. The company is based in Haldor, Dorvik. The goals of the corporation are to sell soft drinks and similar drinks across the whole of Terra. Arta-Cola has many products for all to enjoy from our classic Cola, to our water straight from the mountains, and the great taste of our lemon lime drink Arta-Mist®. We currently have deals in the Artia region but we are looking to expand, contact Owen Whitfield of the Kalistan Radical Front to bring Arti-Cola® in stores of your nation.|
The company was founded in December of 4064 by Jakob Schmidt, who presented a soda formulation to Matthias Fischer, General Secretary of the National Fascist People's Party of Dorvik. The party created the Arta-Cola® Corporation, a subsidiary of the Pan-Dundorfian League, as a form of revenue for the parties involved in the community.
This organization was founded by the Democratic Party in December 4064.
There are three levels of membership:
- Candidate: any party can apply for candidacy in a party organization.
- Full: a candidate can be made full member by being promoted by a party of the leadership.
- Leadership: a party that has leadership level has the authority of promoting or demoting other parties up to the full level.
This organization has 44 member parties.
|People's Nationalist Guard||Full|
Membership of this organization is divided over the following nations:
|Random fact: It is possible for players in a Culturally Open nation to establish a Cultural Protocol if doing so would not reduce the overall number of Culturally Open nations below 10. The Cultural Protocol bill must be passed by a 2/3rds majority of all players with seats (not just those with seats who vote), and at least 2 players with seats must support the motion, both of whom must have been currently continuously active in the nation (ie. no inactivations) for at least 1 month.|
|Random quote: Although I understand and respect the intentions behind the gesture, this is not something that is universally understood or appreciated, and it tends to give out a negative impression of our party. ~ Anton Weinreich, General Secretary of the Dorvish Communist Party, pleading with his members to stop burning the national flag|