Hasanistan

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Hasanistan
Flag of Hasanistan
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Motto: Barış, Arılık ve Özgürlük
Peace, Purity and Freedom
Anthem: "Hasanistan, greatest country!"
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CapitalBatyr
DemonymHasanistani
Hasani
Establishment7 September 2011

Hasanistan is a self-proclaimed state with territorial claims situated across the Greater Middle East region. Hasanistan has been described as a micronation or an alternative government by external observers due to its lack of international recognition and the minimal control over the regions it holds territorial claims upon.[1]

Hasanistan unilaterally seceded from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Bahrain on 7 September 2011.[2] Following the secession, an autocratic government led by the country's founder, Hasan Çakar, ruled the country for three years. The authoritarian government collapsed on 9 June 2013, following a political crisis between the government and elements of the military, and democratic reforms were implemented transforming Hasanistan into a democratic republic.[3] On 11 August 2016, Hasanistan became a territory of the Empire of Pavlov,[4] where it remained until Pavlov dissolved in 2017.[5] Following the dissolution of Pavlov, Hasanistan experienced an unstable period of independence for two months until it joined the Expansive Realm of Khorașan.[6] Hasanistan remained a territory of Khorașan for nearly a month until it unilaterally seceded due to instability and infighting within the Khorașani government.[7] Hasanistan became a monarchy under former Pavlovian emperor Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin in late 2019[8] and was incorporated among other realms he ruled over into the Tsardom of Montescano in early April 2020.[9] Later in the same month, during a political dispute between the Monarchy and Prime Minister, Hasanistan seceded from Montescano,[10] abolished the monarchy and re-established itself as an independent republic.[11]

An entity on Micras is named after and inspired by Hasanistan, although it does not share any formal connection or relationship with the real-world Hasanistan.

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References

  1. Stephen M. Bland (2016). DOES IT YURT? Travels in Central Asia Or How I Came to Love the Stans. Hertfordshire Press Ltd. ISBN 978-1910886298. 
  2. Welcome to Hasanistan. Batyr Times. 22 May 2011.
  3. Hasanistan is now a constitutional leadership with parliamentary system. Batyr Times. 9 June 2013.
  4. Hasanistan joins the Empire of Pavlov - reforms ahead. Batyr Times. 11 August 2016.
  5. BREAKING: Pavlov dissolved. Batyr Times. 12 May 2017.
  6. Expansive Realm of Khorashan established; Hasanistan joins. Batyr Times. 2 August 2017.
  7. Hasanistan secedes from Nedlando-Khorashan; adopts new Constitution on its sixth anniversary. Batyr Times. 7 September 2017.
  8. Hasanistan transforms into Monarchy; Deniz Tezdzhan-Smahin becomes Shahanshah. Batyr Times. 25 November 2019.
  9. Hasanistan granted independence from Montescano. Batyr Times. 4 April 2020.
  10. Hasanistan granted independence from Montescano. Batyr Times. 25 April 2020.
  11. Naib-i-Şehinşah abolishes monarchy, exiles Royal Family and creates free association with Jurijev. Batyr Times. 26 April 2020.