Islamic Republic of Olov

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Islamic Republic of Olov
Islamic Republik Olov (Indonesian)
الجمهورية الإسلامية الأولوفية (Arabic)
Flag of Islamic Republic of Olov
Flag
Coat of arms
Motto: "May Allah (ﷻ) bless our nation and guide us on the path of righteousness."
Anthem: "For My Homeland!"
Capital Van Engels
Largest city Ondernaming
Official languages
Recognised regional languages
Ethnic groups
(2024)
Religion
(2023)
82.6% Islam (official religion)
12.6% Christianity
3.9% Others
Demonym(s)Olovian
GovernmentIslamic presidential republic
• President
Saleh A.H
• Vice President
Saleh A.H (acting)
• Speaker of Parliament
Muhammad Farhan
LegislatureParliament
Establishment
2021-2021
• Reformation
23 June, 2021.
• Transition to Islamic republic
19 July, 2024.
Population
• 2024 census
20
HDI (2023)Steady 0.853
very high
CurrencyIndonesian rupiah
Olovian basil
Time zoneUTC+7
Driving sideleft

Olov, officially the Islamic Republic of Olov (Indonesian: Republik Islam Olov), is an unrecognized secessionist entity within an Islamic presidential self-governing republic, situated in Depok (mainly), South Jakarta, Bogor, and Nusa Penida (overseas territories in the Arctic and Indian ocean). The republic succeeded its predecessor, the Habasyah Sultanate. The nation has currently four official languages, English, Olovian, Indonesian, and Javanese. The nation was reformed on June 13, 2021. The Islamic self-governing state was reformed by Olovian statesman Saleh A.H, who has established the previous sultanate before the reformation. Olov is considered to successfully developed the political and economical-system within its region, with an official constitution that was ratified in 2022.

The structure of the Olovian government is an Islamic presidential republic with a parliament as its legislature. The state consists of two provinces. Van Engels, the administrative-capital of the nation, has been the main-historical area from its predecessor Habasyah Sultanate.

Olov is a full-member of the Southeast Asian Micronational Association (SEAMA) and a founding member of the United Micronations (UM), also a member of the Great Micronational Organization, the Qardashi League, and a former observer of the League of Independent Nations.

History

Dutch expedition and colonial era

In the early sixth century, European traders began to frequent Javanese ports. The Dutch established a presence in the region through their East India Company. The expedition first landed under the leadership of a Dutch merchant Cornelis Chastelein on May 18, 1696, the main status of the regional-land became a private land owned by Cornelis Chastelein that was separated from the power of the Dutch East Indies.

Pre-micronationalism

Saleh A.H begun to spread the acknowledgement of micronationalism in his community, when he was the class-president in his class. Saleh has also acknowledge secessionism then. He later decided to establish his own self-governing sultanate on March 15, 2021.

Establishment of the Habasyah Sultanate

Sultanate of Habasyah (Arabic: سلطنة الحبسية Salṭanat(u) Habsiah) was a landlocked sultanate located in South Jakarta and East Jakarta. The sultanate was established on March 15, 2021. The following sultanate adopted unitary Islamic absolute monarchy as its government during its pre-beginning of era.

Habasyah was formally presented as an Islamic self governing area. Despite under an isolationist policy, the self-governing area emerged to a severe fall.

Reformation and republic (2021)

Olovian statesman Saleh A.H reformed the state on 23 June 2021, and disbanded the Habasyah sultanate, in-order to avoid external crisis which were occurring within the nation. The presence of the reformation was granted recognition by the commune on 6 July 2021.

By 2021, Olovian nationalists were in charge of authoritative control over regional territories within the nation. Despite the presence of the communist ideals, both sides interfered in the settlement of Ondernaming. Less than three days, the nationalists gained victory and control over the settlement.

During the occurring of the reformation, Saleh A.H inaugurated several Olovian civil servants, administers, and compatriot-politicians as the commissioner and executive of the Olovian government, which were purposed in-order maintain the presence and culmination of the Olovian government.

Flag of the Habasyah Sultanate

Post-reformation era and current constitution

Olovian statesman Saleh A.H was inaugurated as the first president of the secessionist entity on 23 June 2021, which holds the executive authority and presidium position as both head of state and head of government, Saleh A.H is also the incumbent president of Olov.

Following the reformation, the Olovian National Party became one of the most largest-ruling commanding parties on the Olovian nation, led by the Olovian president Saleh A.H alongside with Musa Badegel and Muhammad Farhan since 2021-2022. Olovian nationalists formed the political party to expand the idea of Olovian nationalism within the Olovian nation and among its regional territories.

Regional conflicts (2021-2023)

A series of several separatist conflicts and insurgencies have occurred within Olovian Mainland province since 2021, which was caused by tight control over the media, environmental concerns, limited political freedoms, and economic inequality. In reaction, the Olovian president Saleh A.H previously conducted a widespread surveillance of its territorial areas within the province.

Transition to Islamic Republic (2024-present)

On 19 May, 2024, at approximately 01:29 AM (UTC+7), the Olovian president Saleh A.H declared that the nation would undergo a transformation into an Islamic Republic, thereby abolishing the former unitary democratic secular government. Saleh also stated that the fundamental goals of Olov would remain, and fully encouraged all citizens to embrace the transition with solidarity as the nation enters a new phase of governance under Islamic-based principles.

Geography and climate

The main regional territories of the Olovian Mainland province were situated in the Southern Jakarta in the sub-district of Cilandak and the administrative village of Pondok Labu. All of its mainland territories are landlocked. It has a rain season around September to March and a dry season from around April to August.


Climate data for Depok
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °C (°F) 29.8
(85.6)
30.1
(86.2)
30.9
(87.6)
31.7
(89.1)
32.0
(89.6)
32.0
(89.6)
32.0
(89.6)
32.5
(90.5)
32.9
(91.2)
33.0
(91.4)
32.1
(89.8)
31.0
(87.8)
31.67
(89)
Daily mean °C (°F) 26.2
(79.2)
26.4
(79.5)
26.9
(80.4)
27.5
(81.5)
27.4
(81.3)
27.0
(80.6)
26.8
(80.2)
27.3
(81.1)
27.6
(81.7)
27.9
(82.2)
27.9
(82.2)
26.9
(80.4)
27.4
(81.3)
Average low °C (°F) 22.6
(72.7)
22.7
(72.9)
22.7
(72.9)
23.0
(73.4)
22.9
(73.2)
22.1
(71.8)
21.7
(71.1)
21.8
(71.2)
22.1
(71.8)
22.6
(72.7)
22.9
(73.2)
22.8
(73)
22.49
(72.49)
Average Rainfall mm (inches) 374
(14.72)
282
(11.1)
219
(8.62)
152
(5.98)
129
(5.08)
88
(3.46)
65
(2.56)
55
(2.17)
65
(2.56)
115
(4.53)
155
(6.1)
216
(8.5)
1,915
(75.39)
Source: Climate-Data.org[1]

Government

The government is the administrative body of nation, the state is an Islamic presidential republic, based on Sharia law. Both head of state and head of government is the President of Olov, the president may formally serve a maximum of two consecutive four-year terms.

An inauguration of the president and vice president are based on the results of the general election is the policy of the constitution.

Cabinet of the Olovian government

The cabinet of the Olovian government is the main advisory body made up of the heads of various departments, and part of the executive branch. They advise the president on any subject he may require relating to each member’s respective office. The body is officially appointed by the president itself.

Office Incumbent Appointment
President Saleh A.H 20 June 2021
Vice President Saleh A.H (acting) 5 May 2023
Minister of Propaganda Saleh A.H 21 June 2021
Minister of Foreign Relations Saleh A.H (acting) 10 December 2022
Minister of Defense Dimas Rizki 3 January 2022
Minister of Religion Vacant N/A
Minister of Economics Saleh A.H (acting) 10 December 2022
Minister of Education Saleh A.H (acting) 10 December 2022
Minister of Health Rafa Alfiyan 2 January 2022
Minister of Transportation Vacant N/A

Political parties

Logo of the Micronational Islamic Party (Olov)

There are several political parties that has been established in the Olovian nation. The nation has seen a gradual increase in political parties, parties.

Party Abbr Ideology PRA seats PRA caucus
Olovian National Party (commonly known as the Olov Nationalist Party) ONP
5 / 10
8 / 10
Majority
Micronational Islamic Party (Olov) MIP
1 / 10
2 / 10
Minority

Military

The Olovian National Military, officially the O.N.M, is the official military force of the state of Olov. It is consisted of the Army, Navy, and Air Force. The president is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces with its severe task and responsibility to protect the Olovian nation and its following allies. It was formed on 15 December 2021.

Law and order

The Majlis al-Shura, or Consultative Assembly, is the legislative body of the state, functioning within the framework of Islamic governance. Its role is to ensure that the legislative process aligns with the principles of Sharia and serves the interests of the public in a just and equitable manner. It is led by a Chairman and a Deputy Chairman, elected from among its members.

Foreign Affairs

The executives of the Olovian Ministry of Foreign Relations has agreed on the Olovian nation conducting diplomacy with the following nations:

Unilateral recognition

  • w:United Nations All 193 UN member states and observers, excluding Israel, since 23 June, 2021.
  • w:State of Palestine State of Palestine, since 23 June, 2021.

Recognition refused

  • w:Israel Israel (considered fascist apartheid entity), since 23 June, 2021.

Diplomatic relations include:

Informal relations include:

Bilateral diplomacy include:

Former relations include:

Administrative divisions

The administrative divisions are divided into seven regions within two different provinces. The following list are the names of each regions, year of establishment, and their respective number of population:

Mainland province

Flag Name Year formation Area Population (2022)
Van Engels (capital city) 2021 942.40 m² (10,143.87 ft²) 7
Nihal 2022 250.10 m (820.55 ft) 4
Daamira 2022 1,159.32 m² (12,478.78 ft²) 5
Ondernaming 2021 1,356.71 m² (14,603.52 ft²) 23
Badegelk 2022 (second re-establishment) 173.28 m² (1,865.14 ft²) 3

Amir province

Flag Name Year established Area Population (2022)
Amir 2021 11,148.95 m² (120,006.32 ft²) 5
Tufan (formerly Arshad) 2022 1,200.00 m² (12,916.69 ft²) 2

Satellite states

Hakrami-Indonesian Border Patrol, circa 2021.

The Olovian satellite states (shortened as the OSS), are relatively controlled by the Olovian government under Saleh A.H's administration, with several territories under administration.

Historically, Olovian satellite states served as opposition forces against Qardasha during the Olovian-Qardashian conflict, with Zarkyiv being one of the primary Olovian satellite states subsequent to its independence from the Qardashian empire.

These satellite states serve as perfect example of Olovian imperialism. According to the Olovian constitution, a satellite territory can gain autonomy or independence provided there are clear specifications, and their residents have the right to request a vote if they feel uncomfortable or unsafe under Olovian rule.

The following list are the names of each satellite states, year of establishment, and their respective number of population:

Flag Name Year established Area Population (2022)
Independent Republic of Pertiwi 2022
  • 828.61 m² (8,919.03 ft²) (De facto)
  • 513.53 m² (5,527.63 ft²)
3
State of Hakrama 2023 129,744.45 m² (1,396,557.63 ft²) 5
Republic of Zarkyiv 2022 828.61 m² (8,919.03 ft²) 16
Republic of Wenana 2023 Size under research 4

Olovian Overseas Territories

Economy

Despite having a stable marketing economy, Olovia relies heavily on imported goods and services from the People's Republic of China, with only a few domestically produced Olovian-made products. The economy is primarily centered around agriculture, horticulture, and trade businesses. The currency commonly used is the Indonesian Rupiah.

Agriculture

Agriculture is mainly practiced in the Olovian economy, with one of the leading companies being the Tejo Kripik chain, headquartered in Van Engels, Olov, and it is recognized widely throughout the region, Tejo Kripik is known for its production of local Olovian banana chips, which have become a popular choice and are competing strongly with potato chips nationwide. This government-owned chain continues to produce and distribute banana chips across regional territories, and has gained many profits by its consumers since pre-2022.

Trade business

In Ondernaming, roadside stalls has a major-profitable extent within the region, as a majority of them are a family-owned business. Most of the roadside stalls sells packaged drinks, local snacks, and cigarettes (in some areas). During the civil conflict in 2023, stalls were used as a stationary military outpost, with medical needs.

Demographics

Religion in Olov (2023)
Religion Percentage
Islam
  
82.6%
Christianity
  
12.6%
Others
  
3.91%

Ethnic group

The nation holds a majority of Javanese inhabitants consisting ethnical-minorities of Chinese, Sundanese, and Arabs, with most of the Olovian government executives are mainly Javanese and Sundanese, within an Arab-Indonesian population. Olovian statesman Saleh A.H is one of the Arab-Indonesian officials in the Olovian government and is also the first and incumbent president in the state.

Religion

Islam is the predominant religion within the Olovian nation, with 82.6% of the total population identifying as Sunni Muslims. Christianity, primarily Catholicism, represents 12.6% of the population, while other religions, including Buddhism and Atheism, constitute 3.91% of the total population.

References

  1. "Climate: Bekasi". Climate-Data.org. Retrieved 12 November 2020.