Sublime State of Hasanistan

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Sublime State of Hasanistan
Хасанистан Йұжэ Девлети
Hasanistan Yüje Devleti
Flag of Hasanistan
Flag
Motto: Barış, Arılık ve Özgürlük
Peace, Purity and Freedom
Location of Hasanistan.png
CapitalBatyr
Official languagesHasani
English
DemonymHasanistani
Hasani
GovernmentUnitary commonwealth
Hasan Çakar
LegislatureMejlis
Establishment7 September 2011
Population
• 2017 census
8[1]
CurrencyNone (de jure)

Hasanistan, officially the Federal Republic of Hasanistan (Hasani: Hasanistan Federal Jumhuriyeti), 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.

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] Since April 2019, the Hasani government has been working on implementing a series of political, economic and diplomatic reforms under the Hasanistan 2021 Vision to increase its influence.[8]

Hasanistan regards itself as the modern continuation of the Seljuk Empire, an aspect of the state that is established within its Constitution. The oksoko, the national emblem of the Seljuk Turks, is featured in the emblems of many Hasanistani government and cultural institutions.

Etymology

Hasanistan is intended to be literally translated to mean the "Land of the Hasanis". The name of Hasanistan can be divided into two components: the ethnonym "Hasani" and the Persian "-stan" suffix.

The ethnonym Hasani is derived from the Arabic word "ḥasuna" (حَسُنَ) which means beautiful. The etymological origin of Hasani has been a heavily disputed topic. The most popular theory is that the ethnonym itself is derived from the name of the founder of Hasanistan Hasan Çakar. A popular theory during the Qaragüliyyâh period posited that the ethnonym derived from the name of Hasan ibn Ali, an Imam of Shia Islam and one of the sons of Ali.

History

First Republic

Hasanistan was established on 7 September 2011 by Hasan Çakar, who also declared himself Supreme Leader, claiming territory in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Bahrain. Hasanistan did not interact with the wider world until it developed its initial online presence with the creation of its government website in May 2012,[2] following which, the nation began to substantially develop itself with the planning and development of a constitution,[9] the creation of new government institutions such as its first armed force[10] and cultural developments such as its first national anthem[11] and sports organisations.[12] It also began its interaction with the wider micronational community, developing bilateral relations with other nations and joining the World Union.[13]

Supreme Leader Hasan Çakar's style of governance during this period had been authoritarian. On 2 May 2013, the political system was develop into one-party rule and the Secessionist Party was established as Hasanistan's first political party to serve as the party of power.[14] On 9 June, the Supreme Leader stepped down and allowed for the eastablishment of a multi-party system following pressure from Admiral Tanju Çakar.[3]

Second Republic

Hasanistan held its first democratic election on the following day of the democratic reforms for the newly-established office of President, and election in which former Supreme Leader Hasan Çakar did not run and was won by Tanju Çakar with a large majority.[15] During the first term of his presidency, he would promote a progressive and social democratic agenda[16][17][18] and developed the Second Constitution of Hasanistan which expanded human rights in Hasanistan and would serve as the base for all future Hasani constitutions. Despite Tanju Çakar serving as head of state, Hasan Çakar continued to wield significant influence and controlled Hasanistan's foreign policy.[3]

In December 2013, Hasanistan significantly expanded its territorial claims to include new areas such as Greater Batyr, North Hasanistan and South Hasanistan.[19][20] It further expanded in 2014, following the annexation of Srijina.[21] Hasanistan became a federal republic in March 2014.[22]

Despite successful reforms under his presidency, President Tanju Çakar's rule also began to experience growing tensions as Shady Morsi's Northern League began to form a strong opposition to him and separatist sentiments in the pro-Morsi territory of Northern Hasanistan increased.[23][24] He would later face a failed coup attempt known as the Pamukli affair. However, despite increasing polarisation within the country, Tanju Çakar successfully defeated Shady Morsi in Hasanistan's second presidential election in 2014 and managed to serve another term.[25]

Hasanistan attempted a few short-lived attempts to form multi-national states with other nations during this period, including Kekropia, Snežanopol, Güldağ and the Karaafsharid Empire.

In 2016, former Supreme Leader Hasan Çakar returned to power after a controversial landslide victory in the 2016 presidential election.[26] Two days after the election, Hasanistan approved an offer of annexation by the Empire of Pavlov and became a territory of Pavlov.[4]

Pavlovian Hasanistan

Third Republic and Khorașan

Fourth Republic

Sublime State and Montescano

After days of private conversation between the now former Monarch and the Prime Minister - and while even though having made a bilateral agreement on eventual secession - Prime Minister Hasan Çakar seceded after the breakdown of personal relations between the former Monarch and himself in which the Prime Minister notoriously insulted family members of the former Monarch. Lord Krištof Slavomirovych Drakonov was then charged with handling the affairs of Hasanistan. Later the same week, Prime Minister Hasan Çakar abolished numerous offices which were enshrined in the Fifth Hasani constitution.

Politics

Administrative divisions

Geography

Demography

Main article: Islam in Hasanistan

According to the 2017 Census, Hasanistan has a total registered citizenry of 8, a minor decrease from previously recorded data.[1] Ethnic Hasanis make up approximately 38% of the registered population, followed by other Turkic peoples who constitute 25% of the population. Other groups account for the rest of the population, including Slovaks, Šlovedks and Ardajani Arabs.

Islam is the predominant religion in Hasanistan, with the 2017 Census stating that the religion is practised by 75% of the registered population. The census did not collect data on sectarian differentiation and the vast majority of Hasanistani Muslims do not identify with a specific denomination, although it is estimated that the majority of Hasanistani Muslims follow the Hanafi school of Sunni Islam. Christianity is believed to be the second largest religion in Hasanistan after Islam.

Culture

Satirical elements

Sport

External links

  1. 1.0 1.1 2017 Census completed. Batyr Times. 31 October 2017.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Welcome to Hasanistan. Batyr Times. 22 May 2011.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Hasanistan is now a constitutional leadership with parliamentary system. Batyr Times. 9 June 2013.
  4. 4.0 4.1 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 2021 Vision announced. Batyr Times. 3 April 2019.
  9. Hasanistani Constitution to be created. Batyr Times. 26 June 2012.
  10. Hasani Revolutionary Militia. Batyr Times. 1 July 2012.
  11. National Anthem of Hasanistan. Batyr Times. 15 July 2012.
  12. Hasanistani Sports Association. Batyr Times. 18 October 2012.
  13. World Union. Batyr Times. 25 November 2012.
  14. Hasanistan is now a single-party state. Batyr Times. 2 May 2013.
  15. First ever presidential elections end. Batyr Times. 10 June 2013.
  16. Racial Discrimination Act 2013 passed. Batyr Times. 3 January 2014.
  17. Universal income to be introduced. Batyr Times. 27 April 2014.
  18. Tanju Çakar plans technology institution. Batyr Times. 10 April 2014.
  19. New Borders of Hasanistan. Batyr Times. 15 December 2013.
  20. Proposed Subddivisions in Hasanistan. Batyr Times. 23 December 2013.
  21. Srigina Island joins Al-Jarid Primate. Batyr Times. 1 March 2014.
  22. Federal Republic of Hasanistan. Batyr Times. 9 March 2014.
  23. Hasani Reforms Meeting ends in failure. Batyr Times. 23 February 2014.
  24. Temporary Parliament holds first meeting. Batyr Times. 25 August 2014.
  25. Tanju Çakar has two more years after close election finishes in victory. Batyr Times. 25 August 2014.
  26. 2016 Hasani presidential election - Hasan in, Tanju out. Batyr Times. 9 August 2016.