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Indokistani First Republic
Republic of Indokistan|
Jakarta, Indonesia |
|- President||Farhan Abdurrahman|
|- Vice-president||Dicky L. K.|
|- Prime Minister||Nabil Ihsan|
|- Last election||- October 2010|
|Established||16 September 2010|
|Time zone||UTC +7|
Indokistani First Republic (Indonesian: Republik Indokistan Pertama), a term later made by Indokistani historians, was referring to the first incarnation of Indokistani nation that was established in 16 September 2010, which later always celebrated as establishment day by future forms of Indokistan for years.
The country oversaw consolidation on many internal affairs, primarily on its political basis. Its development was halted by a coup staged by the Communist Party of Indokistan on December 2010, ended the First Republic as it was replaced by Socialist Republic of Indokistan.
Indokistan was actually founded as a joke in September 2010 by Farhan Abdurrahman, Dicky L. K., and Nabil Ihsan. Indokistan final form as the parliamentary republic was the result of several changes on "government forms" proposed by its founders, initial proposal of Indokistan was to establish it as a communist commonwealth, then a sultanate commonwealth, before settled to the republican form.
A declaration of establishment was signed on that day by Farhan and Dicky, after being composed and written by Nabil and Dicky, starting Indokistani national movement. Indokistan later became more serious and consolidated, after efforts made by its founder successfully attracts many other people - amazed by the ideals of Indokistan - to join as citizen.
Under meritocratic basis, the main leadership of the country was divided by the founders: Farhan Abdurrahman as president; Dicky L. K. as vice president; and Nabil Ihsan as prime minister. On its first month, a cabinet was successfully formed, comprising of ministries and government-owned company leaders.
The period also saw the emergence of State Book (Indonesian: Buku Negara) as the quasi-constitution of Indokistan. Founders, then citizens, had free access to the book, on which they could propose anything for the country by writing their ideas and proposals to the book. The book was used as the source of the highest law of the country, which dictates national policies and government decisions.
Political parties also developing during the early days, with 5 parties formed - that later shrinked into 3 parties after inter-party agreement. Those parties are National Party, Communist Party, and Islamic Party. Rivalry between those parties proved disastrous, as it contributes to the fall of the country.
End of First Republic
The First Republic government was overthrown after a power struggle that ends in a coup staged by the Communist Party of Indokistan, that previously became the most powerful party inside the country in December 2010. The coup was likely inspired by the Indonesian 30 September Movement, yet it was successful. Failure to resist the coup caused the Communists to successfully establish te Socialist Republic of Indokistan, violently ended the First Republic.