President of Indokistan

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President of the
Federal State of Indokistan
Presiden Negara Federal Indokistan
Presidential seal
ResidenceCoatesville, Central Indokistan (last)
AppointerNational Forum
Term length18 months,
non-consecutive term
Inaugural holderFarhan Abbas
Formation16 September 2010
Final holderFarhan Abbas
Abolished5 July 2016
DeputyVice President (2010-2012)

Federal State of Indokistan

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President of the Federal State of Indokistan (Indonesian: Presiden Negara Federal Indokistan) was the head of state and government of Indokistan from 2010 until 2016. The president presided over the executive branch and, from 2014 to 2016, also the legislative branch, a unique feature in the Indokistani direct democracy system adopted at that time. Until the abolition of Indokistan Armed Forces in early 2016, the president is the nation's commander-in-chief.

Farhan Abbas was named the first president following the founding of Indokistan on 16 September 2010, per agreement with the other two national fathers, Dicky L. K. and Mustafa Hakim, who found him the most competent and intelligent among the three. Farhan was reelected as president in 2014.

The president served for 18 months and can be re-elected non-consecutively with no term limit. From 2014 to 2016, presidential candidates were nominated by members of the National Forum among themselves, while previously they nominate themselves by registering to the National Elections Board.

From 2010 to 2016, there were three presidential elections in 2011, 2013, and 2014, where Dicky L. K., Tian Abdurrahman, and Farhan Abbas were elected president, respectively.

Powers and duties

Powers and duties of the president were established in the constitution. Apart from serving as the nation's executive branch head, the president also headed the legislature, National Forum -- this being the core part of Indokistani direct democracy system as an effort to mimic Indonesia's consensus tradition in village level. President had important role as symbol of unity of the nation of Indokistan as whole and served as commander-in-chief of the Indokistan Armed Forces.

The president was authorised to sign treaties, declare war and martial law upon agreement from the National Forum, grant awards and orders, pardon individuals, receive credentials from foreign ambassadors, and declare mobilization and demobilisation of the military. The president also had a right to issue a decree in-lieu of law.


Indokistan, from 2014 to 2016, had no other executive position but the president. Hence, if the president suddenly passed away, resigned, or rendered incapable to perform their duty, members of the National Forum would appoint an acting president among themselves. The selected acting president must then declare whether they wish to continue their predecessor's term to its conclusion or announce a new presidential election to select a definitive leader.

Indokistan experienced three presidential resignations throughout its history in 2012 and 2014, where each succession were decided differently. In February 2012, Prime Minister Mustafa Hakim succeeded Dicky L. K. who resigned, consistent with the constitution despite Dicky's requests to be replaced either by his vice president -- vacant at that time -- or through a new election. Mustafa again served as the provisional head of state after the resignation of Abdul Rasyid I following a rebellion in his home state in December 2012. When Tian Abdurrahman abandoned the presidency after declaring his home state independent in January 2014, Rayhan Haikal was appointed as his replacement before announcing his intention to serve the remainder of Tian's term until December that year.

Oath of office

Before taking its position, the president-elect must read the oath of office. This oath for the first time read during the inauguration of Dicky L. K. in 2011 and was continuously used until the last presidential inauguration of Farhan Abbas in 2014. The oath reads:

Saya, [nama], akan menjalankan pemerintahan sebaik-baiknya, melaksanakan amanah rakyat, mematuhi Konstitusi, dan melaksanakan keadilan.

I, [name], will manage the government to the best of my capabilities, executing the people's mandate, uphold the Constitution, and execute my duty in justice.

List of presidents of Indokistan

Until its dissolution in 2016, Indokistan had seven presidents, which three appointed through elections in 2011, 2013, and 2014, and four were appointed through indirect appointment as consensus from a special meeting on in an emergency situation.

Last president Farhan Abbas became the first to be officially reelected, while Mustafa Hakim was the first to serve multiple terms. Throughout the history of Indokistan, all eras had at least one president, except during the Emergency Government and first Federation eras, where the country was ruled by a collective leadership.

No. Name Term of office Previous office State
Indokistani First Republic, September 2010 - December 2010
1 Farhan Abbas 16 September 2010 December 2010 Founder of Indokistan None[1]
Appointed under meritocratic basis by his partner on the founding of Indokistan - Dicky L. K. and Mustafa Hakim - on 16 September 2010. Oversaw huge development and consolidation in various affairs inside the newly formed country. Overthrown in December 2010 by the Communist Party of Indokistan.
Socialist Republic of Indokistan, December 2010 - January 2011
-[2] Helmi Dwi R December 2010 25 January 2011 Chairman of the Communist Party None[1]
The only Indokistani president to attain and lost presidential seat violently. Successfully staged a coup against Farhan Abbas in December 2010 to establish a communist government, which was opposed by citizens. His order to arrest and torture anti-communist dissident ignited public uproar and large-scale protest that brought down the government in January Revolution, after he was forced to resign under gunpoint by the counter-coup forces. Indokistani historians assessment on his governance was hostile, as he was excluded from the official list of Indokistani president because his authority was deemed "illegal".
Indokistani Second Republic, January 2011 - July 2012
(1) Farhan Abbas 25 January 2011 16 September 2011 - Suyaj-Ardab
Reinstalled as president on the successful January Revolution. Authorized process to introduce Indokistan to MicroWiki community and world micronational community at large in February 2011. Successfully uphold citizens moral during Indokistan - Ntolian War and Nameless Betrayal. Handed over power to Dicky L. K. after Dicky's victory in 2011 election.
2 Dicky L. K. 16 September 2011 15 February 2012 Vice president Suyaj-Ardab
2011 – 47,36%
First president to be elected democratically. First constitution was established during his leadership. Authorized an embargo against Santos in end of 2011. Resigned after his health declined, but also allegedly after a conflict of interest with several government officers including Mustafa Hakim.
A[3] Mustafa Hakim 16 February 2012 21 August 2012 Prime minister Travenoras
Immediately took control of the country as acting president after resignation of the previous president. Authorized merge attempt with Monovia and various micronations to form Indonovia. Attended LIR Union meeting in August 2012, the first and only successful intermicronational summit inside Indonesian sector to date. Shortly after that, declared the establishment of the Emergency Government and gather remaining active citizens to form an emergency council.
Emergency Government of Indokistan and Federal Republic of Indokistan, August 2012 - October 2012

Presidential office abolished as executive president were replaced by collective leadership (National Salvation Council and Federal Council)

Indokistani Third Republic, October 2012 - December 2012
3 Abdul Rasyid I 3 October 2012 18 December 2012 King of Al Rasyid Darussalam Al Rasyid Darussalam
Appointed as president in October 2012 as agreement from other members inside the former Federal Council. First president not originated from Indokistan proper territory. Proposing radical changes summarized in a "five-years plan" to the country during his leadership. Abandoned his position and left the country in December 2012 after coerced by secessionist rebels on his home state, but allegedly also motivated by his conflict with his head of parliament.
Provisional Government of Indokistan, January 2013 - July 2013
A [3] Mustafa Hakim
19 December 2012 4 July 2013 Chancellor Central Indokistan
Took over position after departure of Abdul Rasyid I as the acting president for the second time, the first to run the presidency for more than one term. Authorized a successful reform in January 2013 that formed the foundation for the Federal State. Accepting Raflesinesia and Wirasena as constituent part of Indokistan in February and March 2013. Handed over power to Tian Abdurrahman after Tian's victory on the election in July 2013.
Federal State of Indokistan, July 2013 - July 2016
4 Tian Abdurrahman 5 July 2013 4 January 2014 Governor of Barakstan Barakstan
2013 – 60%
Second president to be elected democratically. Proposing reforms on Indokistani government to mimic Indonesian system, which was opposed by citizens. Authorized an intervention to Ivanesia in August 2013 and composition of new constitution in November 2013. Oversaw arrival of Aziz Pahlevi of Aziziyah to the country. He resigned from his position as Barakstan declared secession from Indokistan in January 2014.
A[3] Rayhan Haikal
5 January 2014 4 January 2015 Governor of Cussex Cussex
Took over position after departure of Tian Abdurrahman as acting president and decided to finish the term. Authorized the only physical state governor meeting since the establishment of the Federal State in June 2014 and accepting proposal on Madyaraksa union with Los Bay Petros in July 2014. He handed over power to Farhan Abbas after a successful election in December 2014.
5 Farhan Abbas 5 January 2015 5 July 2016 Governor of Central Indokistan Central Indokistan
2014 – 75%
Elected president from the only indirect election inside the country and the first one to be reelected. Authorized the codification of the unique system of Indokistani direct democracy in May 2015. Maintained stability inside the Federal State but failed to maintained activity level that was declined since early 2016. Unprecedentedly supported National Forum motion to dissolve the country on 24 June. He left his office on 5 July, the day Indokistan dissolved.
Dissolution of Indokistan, presidential office abolished by 5 July 2016
  1. 1.0 1.1 Indokistan was a city-state, administrative divisions not yet established.
  2. Officially excluded from the list of presidents because of his perceived illegal regime.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Acting president.


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