The Happy Capitalists Mod (by Gikgik)
This mod makes Capitalists a little happier. They do no longer react to child or disability benefits. They get happy from private pensions, housing, healthcare, schools, and relaxed border controls, and angry from inheritance tax.
The Department for Education and Families (by Elinor)
The Department for Education and Families is a massive overhaul of the public, and to a lesser extent private, education system in Democracy 3. It introduces 7 new policies, 5 new simulation values and 2 new situations, as well as substantially changing how existing systems work and interact. The mod covers the major areas of education inequality, teacher supply and teaching quality. No longer is the majority of public education dictated by one policy and one slider.
[NEW Country] The Netherlands (by FishcakeBuffet)
Ranked 10th largest GDP per capita in the world while only 41,543 km squared, the Netherlands has a lot to offer on the World Stage. The Netherlands is the pinnacle of industrious inventions such as the complicated system of dykes used to keep the water from flooding the land while 20% of the countries land is below sea level. The Dutch have a prosperous and open economy heavily relying on foreign trade for business. The economy is know for stable industrial relations, low unemployment, low inflation and a key role in the European transportation hub.
[New Policy] Sex Education
Sex education has long been a hot topic when debating education policy. Conservatives think that it is the job of the parent, not the state to teach children about sex, and that only abstinence should be taught, not methods of contraception. Liberals believe all children should be given a frank and comprehensive education about sex, and believe that this will lead to better sexual health and lower teenage pregnancies.
[NEW!][Country/MOD] Poland v0.1b (by FaJ)
Poland's history as a state begins near the middle of the 10th century. By the mid-16th century, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth ruled a vast tract of land in central and eastern Europe. During the 18th century, internal disorders weakened the nation, and in a series of agreements between 1772 and 1795, Russia, Prussia, and Austria partitioned Poland among themselves. Poland regained its independence in 1918 only to be overrun by Germany and the Soviet Union in World War II. It became a Soviet satellite state following the war, but its government was comparatively tolerant and progressive.
[New Country] Croatia (by dakydaky)
Croatia is a unitary democratic parliamentary republic at the crossroads of Central Europe, Southern Europe, and the Mediterranean. Its capital and largest city is Zagreb. Croatia covers 56,594 square kilometres and has diverse, mostly continental and Mediterranean climates. Croatia's Adriatic Sea coast contains more than a thousand islands. The country's population is 4.28 million, most of whom are Croats, with the most common religious denomination being Roman Catholicism. Having joined on 1 July 2013, Croatia is the newest, 28th member state of the European Union.
[New Country] Serbia (by Todor)
Serbia, officially the Republic of Serbia, is a country located at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe, covering the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and the central Balkans. A landlocked country, Serbia borders Hungary to the north; Romania and Bulgaria to the east; Macedonia to the south; and Croatia, Bosnia, and Montenegro to the west; it also borders Albania through the disputed territory of Kosovo. The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is among Europe's oldest cities and one of the largest in Southeast Europe.
[New Country] Greece, circa 2011 (by Xietanu)
Officially the Hellenic Republic, Greece traces its routes to the Ancient Greek civilisation that was the birthplace of much of western civilisation. It is a founding member of the UN, the European Union and the Council of Europe. However, post-2010 debt crisis, it is now a country in dire peril, with spiralling debt, nearly 30% unemployment and rampant tax evasion. Fair warning, this is a very hard scenario, and is more challenging than any of the scenarios that come with Democracy 3. That said, while hard, it is possible to turn around Greece's fate and remain in office, but it may take some ruthless politicking...
Disaster and Emergency Situations Pack, (by Elinor)
The Disaster and Emergency Situations Pack is a collection of 4 new policies, 8 new situations and 10 new events. All of these are about what happens to your country when things go horribly wrong. The mod is intended to both add more variety and more challenge to the game, by adding a number of new national level disasters (such as major flooding and wildfires) to the game. It acts as a balance mod to stop you getting complacent and stop you ever quite reaching too much of a comfortable plateau.
[New Country] Argentina, (by joaco335)
Argentina... a country where poverty and corruption rules since a lot of years and where the injustice lives with ineffective governments who only know how to rob people but that's not all there's too a bad education system, a bad health system, and for dessert a lot of crime, are you good enough to manage this country?
[New Country] Hungary, (by Molace)
Hungary, circa 2012. Your job is to manage a country with a stagnating economy, large unemployment, massive brain drain and an unsupportive opposition! Can you make Hungary properous again?
[New Country] Austria, (by Aegis)
Play Austria in this mod. Can you solve the budget problem without cutting socials and health support?"...

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