Federal Republic of Indokistan

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Federal Republic of Indokistan
Republik Federal Indokistan


 

 

16 September 2012 — 3 October 2012

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Motto
Negara abadi
Jakarta, Bekasi, Manado, Indonesia and Micras
Capital city Koskenniemi
Largest city Jumstraad
Official language(s) Bahasa Indonesia and English
Short name Indokistan
Demonym Indokistani
Government Federal directorial Republic
- Indokistani Federal Council Jendri Mamahit
Nabil Ihsan
Tian Abdurrahman
Legislature Peoples Council of Indokistan
- Type - Bicameral
Established 16 September 2012
Population 45
Time zone UTC +7 and +8
Indokistan is a member of the AIM, CIMS, LIR Union, and Micras, an observer of GUM

Official website

Federal Republic of Indokistan (Indonesian: Republik Federal Indokistan), was a short-lived incarnation of Indokistan as the first federated country and consisting of 11 provinces from 3 republics. It was established in 16 September 2012 after Kingdom of Al Rasyid Darussalam and Republic of Bobodolands decides to merge to Indokistan. On 3 October 2012, the Federal Republic was dissolved after decision to return on unitary system was supported, and was succeeded by Indokistani Third Republic.

Establishment

During the emergency government rule in Indokistan in August 2012, Kingdom of Al Rasyid Darussalam sent an official letter to the government, proposing a merge with Indokistan. The letter was highly praised, and the emergency authority immediately accepted the letter. Discussion of the new government starts in early of September 2012, and officially ends in the establishment of the Federal Republic. Since the establihsment on 16 September, Republic of Bobodolands which is controlled by unstable government, asking to join the federal republic, the transition ends in 25 September and Bobodolands become the third member of the Federal Republic.

Government and politics

Indokistan was a Federal republic with direct democracy, a collective head of state, and a bicameral parliament.

The head of state and government of Indokistan are a group of peoples that become the member of the Indokistani Federal Council, similar with Swiss Federal Council. The council comprising of 3 peoples, which is the head of government Nabil Ihsan, head of parliament Tian Abdurrahman, and the secretary of state Jendri Mamahit. Those three positions were an experiment on a government system based on John Locke's separation of powers which divide the power as executive, legislative, and federative powers.

Since the Federal Republic adopted a bicameral parliament, the parliament were divided into 2, one is the National Senate, which was become the centre of the legislative activity in Indokistan, and Republic Senate, which was owned by Indokistani republics.

Although the majority of Indokistani population is Muslim, Indokistan is considered a secular state and not an islamic one, since the government does not claims any religion to be official, however Islam plays a significant role in state functioning.

Administrative divisions

As a federation, Indokistan accepting appilications for new republics, especially from any existing micronations. Until its dissolution, Federal Republic was comprising only of 3 republics - Indokistan, Al Rasyid Darussalam and Bobodolands.

Law and order

It was planned that one unified constitution of Indokistan will become the basic law for Indokistan, as all actions and laws taken shall follows the constitution. Indokistani federal government also allows every republics to have their own constitution and issuing law, despite their law and constitution shall follows the central constitution. Until the issolution of the Federal Republic, no federal constitution was composed.

Foreign relations

The Federal Republic had maintained a "free and active" policy on its foreign affairs, which means that Indokistan shall be active in all micronational activities, and shall be free from pressure and threat from another nation.

The Federal Republic consisted of former 3 micronations with their own foreign policies. All of the foreign relations from its 3 members were automatically transferred to the new Indokistan federal government.

End of Federal Republic

In the end of September 2012, several calls to restore the unitary system was heard, most support came from Head of Parliament Tian Abdurrahman. On a National Senate session, he argued that bonds between three republics were very loose because of the federal system, which he denounced it as "like three separated countries". Secretary of State Jendri Mamahit also supported the restoration of the unitary system, which was finally announced on 3 October 2012 with minimum opposition. Jendri later agreed to be the new president and declared the establishment of the Indokistani Third Republic.