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Republic of Alessia

Official languagesAlessian
Recognised national languages
Ethnic groups
  • 48% Alessian
  • 30% Koroszidan
  • 12% Zagornian
  • 10% Banethian
  • 2% Other
GovernmentAuthoritarian Republic
• President
Tamas Anhilo
• People's Minister
Anek Misoji
• Minister of Foreign Affairs
Natali Benedict
• Minister of Domestic Affairs
Misero Angada
• Minister of Defense
Frisco Manszyrny
• Alessian Tribes
• First Unification
• First Republic of Alessia
• Alessian Wars
• Geresian Rule
• Independence
• Total
365,200 km2 (141,000 sq mi)
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
604.2 Billion OR
• Per capita
very high
CurrencyOssotian Ruble (OR)
Time zoneUTC+5 (ECT)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code1 +

Alessia, also known as the Republic of Alessia is a pseudo-democratic nation located in the Catel region of Euresia. It is bordered by Zagorno to the west, and Koroszida and Osatia to the north. It shares maritime borders with Nakea, and North and South Cynea. Alessia is a poverty-stricken, poorly developed country, and is considered an authoritarian nation by the international community. Alessia is a member of numerous international organizations, including the Euresian Defense Organization [EDO], Euresian Oil Organization [EOO], and the Catelian Humanitarian Aid Project [CHAP]. Alessia is currently the xth largest producer of maritime goods in Catel, followed closely by Nakea.



Alessian Tribes

First Unification

First Republic of Alessia

Alessian Wars

Geresian Rule

Independence from Geresia

Nationalist Rule

In 1994, Alessia entered into a time of domestic crisis as the President, Viktoriu Receza, died of a heart attack at age 47, only two years into his second term of office. This sudden development within the Liberalist-run government caused a minor political panic among the Alessia Solidarity Party [ASP] and the People's Representative Party [PRP], which were the two leading political parties in Alessia during the 20th Century. Following the President's death the acting President, People's Minister Francescu, enacted emergency powers and used these emergency powers to postpone any emergency election until the end of the year, preventing the Court of National Justice from ratifying any new legislation without his approval, and preventing his legal immunity as President from lifting. The latter was vitally important to Acting President Francescu, as in 1992, shortly after he and Receza were elected, a judiciary investigation was conducted by the Chamber of National Justice after leaked documents suggested that Francescu had used bribery in the elections, which is a major felony and can be punished with a minimum of four years in prison and total disbarment from politics. This investigation found Francescu guilty on all charges, providing a 400-page report extensively detailing Francescu's illegal activities. However, as a show of good faith and in order to maintain the previous stability of his administration, Receza struck down the planned removal of Francescu from office.

After Francescu's rise to power through his status as acting President, he would institute several 'emergency acts' which limited voting rights across Alessia, further extended the date of a new election, limited the powers of the Chamber of the People, and even shut down the Chamber of National Justice, granting its powers to his cabinet of ministers, forming the National Council. Francescu's acts and his government as a whole were widely contested by the people of Alessia, with thousands taking to the streets in protest against his acts, and many workers going on strike. This would result in the year of 1995 having the most arrests in Alessia's history, with over ten thousand people arrested or detained by federal police and military servicemen in order to quell the intense protests, especially in the capital.

As the protests began to snowball out of control in early 1996, Francescu would temporarily lift the right to assembly and the right to free speech in Alessia's Constitution, which would greatly anger the people, including a large portion of the armed forces, whom had previously participated in the riots by committing mutiny against their commanding officers when ordered to perform arrests.

This tension and unrest would soon begin to boil in the government by the end of 1996, with 4 ministers in the National Council resigning from office in a joint protest against Francescu's power grab. Furthermore, General Harku Modajna, commander of the ground forces, would order the entirety of the Army to return to their respective garrisons, and standby. In cooperation with him, General Vilasio Sorma of the Air Forces would order all military flights to stay grounded, and would declare that he and Modajna were in tandem, and would not resume operations until Francescu rolled back his acts. Francescu would outright refuse, and fire both men from their stations in December of 1996, which would spark the following military coup.

On January 3rd 1997, Sorma and Modajna would return to office through the last act of the Minister of Defense, Mitiva Val, before he was fired for treason by Francescu. To prevent themselves from losing their positions for a second time, Modajna and Sorma would use their political and organizational influence against Francescu. As the majority of the Army was loyal to Modajna, he would use his influence on January 4-9th to force the National Council to grant him the power to declare martial law, and would then use this to institute martial law across the country, deploying forces from the Army into several urban centers, overtaking local police departments. Sorma would order that all civilian airports ground all commercial flights and allow Army forces onto the premesis, whom seized all airports and restricted access to them on January 10th. These actions clearly represented the beginnings of a coup-de-etat, and Francescu responded accordingly, mobilizing the Alessian Special Forces and the Marine Corps, both of whom were still loyal to Francescu, and placing them in the capital and major economic centers. This would cause a brief standoff between Francescu and the Modajna-Sorma coalition, however on January 21st several battalions of the Special Forces would mutiny in a planned strike, deserting their posts and detaining several Marine Corps officers, including Colonel Majayg, commander of the Marine Corps. This action would leave an opening available for Modajna and Sorma, who did not sit idly. Only hours after the mutiny, Army forces would enter Kunsvarmata, capturing the capital without firing a shot as the Marines and Special Forces were in chaos, and thus surrendered to the well-organized Army. Sorma's air force would declare a no-fly zone above Alessia, and then the Navy, now run by Rear Admiral Myhzgeresag, who was loyal to the coalition, would cut off all harbors and force all civilian vessels to stay in port.

On January 22nd, 1997, Sorma and Modajna would officially declare that the nation was entering into an interrim government run by both of them, in a military coalition government. However, after elections were held in February, the two men would be cemented into government as the next President and People's Minister.






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