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Brunei's Development


Hernando Pizzaro
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After a long tenure of not doing much of anything, the ministries in Brunei have finally changed heads which many news agencies and people believe to be a new beginning of the country as the old corrupt politicians leave office and the Sultan brings new possible uncorrupt politicians in office. At the moment not much can be said except that many of them have a clean record as far as corruption goes and that almost all of them come from near the capital. All that is left to be done is watch.

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"Indeed." Wei said. He motioned for the man to take a seat.

"As you may or may not know, the UFE has admitted Penninsular Malaysia as a state within the United Federation of the East, yet Malaysia originally was a state which included areas in both of our territories. We would like to inquire about reunifying most of Malaysia and in exchange provide a generous technical assistance package to your nation."

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"Hmmm, I find this proposal quite odd, previously the UFE had no interest in Brunei, however, now all of a sudden you wish to procure part of our country. Why is this? Mr. Wei, I must tell you, I am somewhat paranoid but considering the expansiveness of the UFE, you wouldn't be planning to use Sarawak and Sabah as stepping stones to take the rest of Borneo? This is by no means a no to any of your proposals to 'reunite' Malaysia I might add" Replied Demang.

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"Not entirely true. The UFE did have an interest in seeing Malaysia reunited, previous attempts involved us giving away Penninsular Malaysia though. Brunei is obviously not Malaysia though.

Our proposal would be to have most of Sarawack join the UFE, while the rest would remain part of a contiguous Borneo State. In regards to taking all of Borneo, we simply do not have a desire to... if we did Selenarctos certainly could make it difficult for us to do so completely anyway. In fact strategically speaking, if we did have a territorial design on the Island as a whole, it would be easiest had we just moved to take it several years ago when Selenarctos was the sole nation in the OU that showed much sign of life, and there were no forces currently stationed there from yours or other regimes. I think common sense is a pretty good guarentor of our intentions."

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Our proposal would be a modest Malay Enclave further South and coastal than the historical border, but something I believe you can agree would be fair to your national development as well.

[img]http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/7977/malayenclave.png[/img]

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