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Workers' State of Helasia
Εργατική Πολιτεία της Ελασίας (Greek)

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Proletariats of the world, unite!
Long live our state
Capital cityHelasia
Largest cityHelasia
Official language(s)Greek, English
Official religion(s)State Atheism
Short nameHelasia
GovernmentSocialist (Communist) State
Emergency Government of Civil Protection (EGCP)
- President of the Workers' StateStefan Dor
- Governing PartyHelasian Communist Workers' Party - Progressive Socialist Communist Front
- Workers' Commissar of Internal AffairsRoza West
- Workers' Commissar of External AffairsJohan Dejenov
- Workers' Commissar of State ProtectionEstejan Dor
LegislatureRepublican Workers' Committee
- Upper HouseRepublican Advisory Committee
- Lower HouseRepublican Workers' Committee
- Type - Bicameral
- Number of seats - 5
- Last election - 20/09/2020
CurrencyHelasian Drachma (EDR)
Time zoneGMT +2



Helasia is the evolution of the Democratic People's Republic of New Hellas (DPRNH). DPRNH was founded in April 2016 from students, and almost a year later it became part of Estan. In the year 2016-2017, it had a rich list of actions such as videos etc. Later, after the Estanian Political Crisis it became independent and Estan was dissolved. After some reforms which took place in October 20, 2018, the state was renamed to Workers' Republic of Εlasia. Lastly, after the 2nd Congress of Elasian Communist Workers' Party (Unitary Alternative) its name changed into Workers' Council Republic of Elasia. After a short period of inactivity in July 2019, the state was re-established under the name Workers' State of Helasia.

State Ideology

The official state ideology of Helasia is Marxism-Leninism with emphasis on the Productivist ideal of a socialist society.


The Helasian economy is a Central Planned Socialist economy.


According to the Act of Justice of 2020, Helasia has 2 courts;

Having a developed law-codex of multiple articles, Helasia uses these courts to defend the development of Socialism within its ranks. Another important tool for this purpose, are the Units of Protection (alternatively called "Protection Units") which secure stability within Helasia.