article Next Big Futures: The bicol regions are countries of the tropics, with the main island country, the country of Cameroon, and the two southernmost bicol countries, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zimbabwe.

But they’re also a group of relatively remote countries, such as the remote northern Malawi, and a few remote Pacific islands, including the tiny Fiji, with a population of only 10,000 people.

These countries, called the ‘Bicol Republics’, have a mixture of a semi-autonomous political system and a strong central government.

In the Bicol Republic, the political system is based on the United Nations system, with elections and referendums taking place at the highest level.

The governments in these countries are based on a single set of elected presidents and prime ministers, with an electoral system based on proportional representation, and have little or no independent political representation.

They also have limited control over how they are governed, including their economic and social policies.

The central government, in contrast, has a range of policies, including a large range of social welfare programmes.

The main differences between the two regions are the size of their populations, and their geographic location.

In both, most countries have a relatively small number of people who are foreign born.

The country of Uganda has a population about the same as France.

The people of Borneo, for instance, are more than a third of the population of India.

The Bicol republics are divided into five major countries: the Republic of Congo (formerly the Democratic Republic, or DR), the Republic, which was divided between two factions, and Bicol (formerly known as the Republics of the British Congo, or ROC), a group that split from the DR and became independent in 1966.

The former DR and ROC are currently divided by a civil war.

The Republic of Cameroon is the main country in the country, while the southernmost Bicol country, DRC, is a separate entity.

The two countries have their own languages and different customs.

The majority of the world’s people live in Bicol and its neighbouring states, but many people live elsewhere in the world, especially in India.

This article is part of Next BigFuture’s series of articles examining the world of the future.

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