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Administrative divisions of Sunda Raya
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Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya is divided into five federal entities (known as the union republics). The federal entities is divided into communes, autonomous regions, and autonomous republics. The Constitution of Sunda Raya provides three de jure level of government: the national or federal level, regional level (federal entities), and communal level.
The first national congress of Sunda Raya, also known as East Bandung Declaration, was held in Komune Bandung Raya from February 25 until March 2, 2014. The congress resulted in the consolidation of the communes and soviets into a single socialist-state, which led into the formation of the Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya on February 27, 2014.
The current administrative divisions of the Democratic Republic is adopted after a constitutional amendment in early 2016. The amendment affects the Central Workers Government of Sunda Raya and gradually lead to the simplification of many federal institutions. This move caused some discontent in pro-centralization faction, mostly maoists, inside the Supreme Soviet of Sunda Raya.
According to Article 40 of the Constitution of Sunda Raya, Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya is an integral, federal, multicultural, and micronational state formed on the principle of socialist federalism as a result of the free self-determination of nations and the voluntary association of equal Soviet Socialist Republics, and People's Republics. There are two different names of federal entities, namely Soviet Socialist Republics or "Republik Dewan Rakyat Sosialis" and People's Republic or "Republik Rakyat", despite both do not have any structural differences.
Currently, there are five federal entities of Sunda Raya, which are Soviet Socialist Republic of Parahyangan, Soviet Socialist Republic of Pantai Selatan, Soviet Socialist Republic of Natuna, People's Republic of Sabah and Mindanao, and the People's Soviet Socialist Republic of Madura.
These sovereign federal entities, which most of them are ethnically based, are granted numerous constitutional rights, such as rights to adopt their own constitution and national symbols, set up regional militas, become a member of intermicronational organizations. Moreover, each federal entities retain rights to secede from the Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya. Therefore, the Central Workers Government of Sunda Raya only has several limited authority over the federal entities, such as the representation of Sunda Raya in intermicronational society, foreign relations, trades, state economy and defence.
Federal Council Republics
|Federal Subjects of Sunda Raya|
Komune Bandung Raya
|Soviet Socialist Republic of Parahyangan||RSP||Komune Bandung Raya||Collective leadership||West Java, Indonesia|
|Soviet Socialist Republic of Pantai Selatan||RPS||Komune Nusakambangan||Collective leadership||West Java, Indonesia|
|Soviet Socialist Republic of Natuna||RSN||Komune Batam||Collective leadership||Riau Islands, Indonesia|
|People's Soviet Socialist Republic of Madura||RRM||Komune Pamekasan||Collective leadership||Madura, Indonesia|
|People's Republic of Sabah and Mindanao||RSM||Komune Cotabato||Collective leadership||Mindanao, Phillipines|
|Federal Subjects of Sunda Raya|
|Federation of Puncak Raya||PCK||Komune Cibodas||Collective leadership||Puncak, West Java|
The federal entities are further divided into smaller administrative divisions such as autonomous republics (Republik Otonom), regions, or communes. In contrast to smaller communes, autonomous republics or regions may adopt their own constitution and symbols in accordance to the regional and national constitution.
There are only one autonomous republic of Sunda Raya, which is Federation of Puncak Raya. It is located in Council Republic of Parahyangan respectively. Puncak Raya consisted of 3 smaller autonomous communes located in relatively close proximity.