Government policy concerning religions.
There is an official state religion, and membership is mandatory.
|Republiek van Seridjan (Republic of Saridan)|
|Reino de Egelion|
|United Solentian Republic|
There is an official state religion, but membership is completely voluntary.
There is no government policy concerning a state religion.
Any form of religion is banned.
|Dundorfische Demokratische Republik (DDR)|
|Trigunian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic|
|Pnték Jeznyfkaiék Hldjogad/Rei Publicae Dynasticae Pontesiae (Pontesian Dynastic Commonwealth)|
There is no official state religion, but the government only allows recognized religions. 'Cults' are persecuted.
|Ewiges Thalleristisches Reich von Narikaton|
|Commonwealth of Hutori|
|Rzeczpospolita Walruzyjska (Republic of Valruzia)|
|Random fact: Particracy allows you to establish an unelected Head of State like a monarch or a President-for-life, but doing this is a bit of a process. First elect a candidate with the name "." to the Head of State position. Then change your law on the "Structure of the executive branch" to "The Head of State is hereditary and symbolic; the Head of Government chairs the cabinet" and change the "formal title of the Head of State" to how you want the new Head of State's title and name to appear (eg. King Percy XVI).|