2015 Viadalvian coup d'état

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2015 Viadalvian coup d'état
Date1–10 July 2015
  • Constitution suspended,
  • Cars Veen becomes prime minister
  • Arrests and detention of Left wing leaders and members, including Van Dijk
  • Closure of perceived pro-left wing media outlets
Unionist Party.png National Patriotic Union
Viadalvian Roundel.png Democratic Alliance
Flag of Viadalvia.png Vinkjeugd
Banner of Viadalvia.png Viadalvian Military

Flag Of The Viadalvian Republic.png Viadalvian Government

Commanders and leaders
Unionist Party.png Timo Vink
Unionist Party.png Shady Morsi
Unionist Party.png Stijn Dros
Banner of Viadalvia.png Anouk Vink

Flag Of The Viadalvian Republic.png Ellen van Dijk
Flag Of The Viadalvian Republic.png Max van Dijk
SLP.png Corrie van Egbeek
SLP.png Thomas Kaznj
SLP.png Glyden Van Berkel

CPV.png Youri Swiete
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The 2015 Viadalvian coup d'état was a watershed event in the history of Viadalvia. Following an extended period of social and political unrest between the left dominated Staatsraad and the elected conservative President Timo Vink, as well as economic warfare ordered by Ellen van Dijk was overthrown by the armed forces

The military abolished the democratic government and established a right-wing government that brutally repressed left-wing political activity both domestically and abroad. The unrest began on the Second Viadalvian Civil War as the Left-Opposition took advantage of a government-implemented removal of fuel subsidies to call for mass protests On 1 June, as the Viadalvian Army took control of all Government buldings, The troops that did fight Viadalvian Army in an unsuccessful attempt to stop their advance were affiliated with General Youri Swite


The removal of Van Dijk from office by the coalition was a result of a coup d'état following protests, that were instigated by frustration with Van Dijk's socialist rule in which Viadalvia faced economic issues, energy shortages, lack of security and diplomatic crises. Although Viadalvia's infrastructure was in a poor state many of these issues were attributed to Morsi and his government, even though these failings are widely attributed to Mubarak-regime loyalists in many parts of the state organizations.[33] Some of the issues that might have caused the protests and lead to the later removal of Van Dijk include: Power, gas and economical crises. Plans to cut subsidies and nationalisise all Viadalvian private companies Another factor in the revolution is the Viadalvian "Way to Socialism" policy, a policy banning right-wing parties.


National Patriotic Union Demostrations

On Friday 28 June, protests against Van Dijk started to build throughout Viadalvia including in such cities as Voltak, Quaskobar, Alenkandar, Pro-Van Dijk and Social Liberal supporters started counter demonstrations at the Voltak

Prior to the protests, Left Wingers and other Socialists, particularly in Carsovania, received threats from pro-NPU protestors, pressuring them not to take part in the protests.

On 5 June, the Viadalvian Vinkjeugd , intended to calm the public, whe published or broadcast, as the media was under NPU control. The Vinkjeugd called the people to rise up against the Socialists and the Nation traitors. The Legionnaires held mass drafts at neighboring villages, and masses of peasants flooded the streets of Voltak, answering the call to defend to country against the Socialist Traitors. The Legionnaires allong with support of the Viadalvian Military took over Government buldings,

Military coup

On 10 July, President Timo Vink, announced full support to the Vinkjeugd and the NPU. as he said "The Viadalvian people rised up against tyrany and traitory as president of the republic we must support the army and the people" Military vehicles drove throughout Voltak. Van Dijk was put under house arrest, and was arrested by the Army The announcement of the removal of Van Dijk was met with cheers in Indenpendence Square the protesters shouted "Long life Viadalvia"