Riots in Juclandia

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Throughout Juclandia's history, a series of anti-government demonstrations, civil conflicts, clashes with the opposition and coup d'état attempts have taken place, starting with an attempted coup by Pisica Democrescu after she was deposed as Prime Minister by the People's Consultative Assembly in 2006, and ending with the most recent anti-government demonstrations in late 2011 and prolonged into 2012 against the government of Bestia Reformescu and the political elite.

Juclandian civil conflict

Juclandian Civil Conflict
DateApril 2nd, 2010-April 14th, 2010
Cipimania County, Juclandia
Result Government of Juclandia remained in position. Green Shirts disbanded.
State Flag of Juclandia.png Socialist Republic of Juclandia GreenShirts.png Green Shirts
Commanders and leaders
Flag-of-Juclandia.png Ciprian C.
Flag-of-Juclandia.png Gori Jucărescu
Flag-of-Juclandia.png Cangur Jucărescu
GreenShirts.png Semiluna Factos
GreenShirts.png Ovăluţu Factos
GreenShirts.png Nas Factos
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The Juclandian civil conflict was a street battle between the authorities and the Green Shirts, a far-right paramilitary with fundamentalist and nationalist views. The background of the civil conflict rests with the political instability that the Socialist Republic of Juclandia has experienced in its last months of existence, before it transitioned to the Kingdom of Juclandia.

The conflict reached its height when the paramilitaries managed to gain control of administration buildings in Jucărești and Culinar, declaring a provisional government called the Juclandian National Republic. The provisional was lead by representatives of the Green Shirts, but was supported by members of the Democratic Party. However, government forces regrouped as a provisional Juclandian Army (as Juclandia did not have a formal army at that time) and managed to regain control of the occupied parts of Jucărești and Culinar.

In the aftermath of the conflict, the leaders were arrested by the government with the approval of the then-president Ciprian C. (who would resign in June that year only to become the first monarch of the Kingdom of Juclandia), but they were released after two hours. The Green Shirts disbanded, but remnants of their existence can be found today in two of Juclandia's parties, the Conservatives and the Christian Democrats, the latter also sharing the symbols of the far-right movement.

Late 2011-2012 Anti-government movement

Late 2011-2012 Riots
Part of Riots in Juclandia
DateNovember 3, 2011 - March 11, 2012
Nationwide Juclandia
  • Socialists lose power after 10 years of being in Government
  • The National Workers' Bloc losses the majority in the Great National Assembly
  • Ioana T. is replaced by Sorin C. as Prime-Minister of Cipimania
  • The minority government starts reforms
  • The new Cipimanian administration starts a reformed agricultural plan for 2012
Flag-of-Juclandia.png Juclandia Cipimania.png Government of Cipimania Flag-of-agov-Juclandia.png New Democracy Movement
Flag-of-agov-Juclandia.png Anti-government protesters
Juclandia-flag.png City of Paradissi
Commanders and leaders
Flag-of-Juclandia.png Ciprian (on Cipimanian front only)
Flag-of-Juclandia.png Bursuc Novac
Flag-of-Juclandia.png Muuna Servescu
GreenShirts.png Semiluna Jucareanu
Cipimania.png Ioana T. (on Cipimanian front only)
Cipimania.png Sorin C.
Cipimania.png Ioana S.
Flag-of-agov-Juclandia.png Frog Libereanu
Flag-of-agov-Juclandia.png many protesters
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The Late 2011-2012 Protests were a series of protests across Juclandia, due to central government failure to manage the economical influence of Romania that started a crisis in Juclandia and the Cipimanian administration activity.


A month after a new government was put in power, the last conflicts ceased and the Riots were officially considered ended.