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Ashukov nationalism is a term applied to the form of nationalism promoted by the National Party of Ashukovo and the Social Patrotic Party of Ashukovo. It is commonly defined as a right-wing, micronational political movement that seeks to promote the development of a strong and independent Ashukov state in the form of the Ashukov Federation; a sovereign democratic semi-presidential constitutional republic. It is distinct from other micronational nationalist movements in that it has a number of unique defining characteristics not found in most other nationalist ideologies in the micronational community.
In particular, Ashukov nationalism is usually characterised by the following ideas:
- Support for the idea of an independent, sovereign Ashukov state as a recognised macronation;
- Support for the idea of the Ashukov Federation as one of the "superpowers" of the MicroWiki Community;
- Belief in the existence of a distinct racial and cultural identity for the Ashukov people;
- Staunch support for Republicanism;
- Belief that the Orthodox Church of Ashukovo should be safeguarded by the State as an important part of Ashukov culture and national identity;
- Vehement opposition to multi-culturalism;
- Belief in cutting down on the number of dual-citizens;
- Support for the abolition of Special cultural Status; and
- Belief that the Greek-Slavic culture found in Mouzilo is a branch of Ashukov culture, and should be recognized as such.
Prominent Ashukov nationalists
- Jacob Huff - 4th President of the Ashukov Federation and former Minister of Defense of the Ashukov Federation
- Emmanouil Tsompanoglou - Current Minister of Culture, Minister for Sports and Recreation, and Chairman of the Ashukov Central Bank.