Halith Republic

Halith Republic

Tezhron Haliika
1892–1898
Flag of the Halith Republic
Flag
CapitalHalith
GovernmentRepublic
President 
Historical eraTrellinese Civil War
• Proclamation of the Republic
1892
• Disestablished
1898
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Trellin
Trellin
Today part of Trellin

The Halith Republic (Trellinese: Tezhron Haliika) was a short-lived revolutionary republic that existed during the Trellinese Civil War. It was established in 1892 at Halith, then capital of the Trellinese province of Rezat. The Republic controlled most of central and southern Rezat. Its leadership, dissatisfied with King Hasper's response to the Halith Disaster a decade earlier, joined with other republican and anti-monarchist groups across Trellin in attempting to either overthrow the Sidereal Crown or assert their own independence. This effort ultimately failed, and the Halith Republic and its allies were defeated by supporters of the Sidereal Crown after a seven-year war.

Establishment

The Proclamation of the Republic

Downfall

Government

Unlike most other revolutionary states of the Civil War, the Halith Republic never sought recognition as an independent state. Its leaders wished to see Trellin transition to a federal republic with stronger provincial representation. Halith's government was designed by political thinker Misrav Tunarka as a model for federal subjects within this theoretical future republic. The government had three branches: an executive, consisting of the president and an advisory panel of military and intellectuals; a judiciary; and a unicameral legislature.