Riots and civil conflicts in Plushunia

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January civil conflict

January civil conflict
DateJanuary 2018
Location
Plușeni, Plushunia; 1 Iunie commune
Result Plushunia conquers National Conservative headquarters in the 1 Iunie commume, National Conservative leaders arrested.
Territorial
changes
Plushunia conquers the 1 Iunie commune
Belligerents
Plushunia National Conservative Alliance
Commanders and leaders
Iepuroi Hop
Judy Hop
collective leadership
Strength
14 15

After Hop Cabinet decided to centralise Plushunia, the National Conservative Alliance members, wanting to create a federal system which gave autonomy on ethnic bases for diferent types of toys, rioted against the Plushunian legitimate Government and decided to take control over Plushunia by force. Although initially the ACN won some minor victories, the Hop Cabinet mobilised the Plushunian Security Force and forced ACN to retreat in the 1 Iunie commune. After the Security Forces failed to defeat ACN using Blitzkrieg tactics, they engaged in attrition warfare, which caused great economic losses for both sides. After a week of conflicts, the ACN leaders surrendered and were arrested.

February riots

February riots
DateFebruary 2018
Location
Plușeni
Result ACN victory, Plushunia becomes nation-in-exile
Territorial
changes
Plushunia loses the Plușeni area to the ACN
Belligerents
Plushunia National Conservative Alliance
Commanders and leaders
Iepuroi Hop
Judy Hop
collective leadership
Strength
14 50

Following the ACN's disastruous defeat in the January civil conflict, several ACN leaders managed to escape and to revive the organisation. With around 50 members, the National Conservatives defeated the Plushunian Security Forces and the Hop Cabinet started to relocate most citizens in the newly conquered 1 Iunie commune, leaving Plușeni in the hands of ACN. The Government itself retreated somwhere in the 8 Martie commune, at the time not part of Plushunia, and it functioned as a Government-in-exile until May 2018. The Security Forces troops remained in Plușeni and slowly retreated towards 1 Iunie, while using scorched-earth tactics against the ACN. The conflict did not end until May, while Plushunia, now a nation-in-exile was centered for two months around the 1 Iunie commune. Despite their temporary victory, the ACN did not manage to succesfuly organise the federal state they wanted, and the Plușeni area underwent a period of anarchy until May, when Plushunia managed to restore itself during the National Liberation War.

Plushunian Civil War

Plushunian Civil War
Date10 September 2018 - 10 November 2018
Location
Bucharest Region, Argeș region
Result Government forces victory, Plushunian National Republic concessions made to rebels
Territorial
changes
none
Belligerents
Plushunia (government forces)
Unorganised rebels (before 12 September 2018)
Plushunian National Republic (after 12 September 2018)
Argeș Rebels
Commanders and leaders
Ursu Polarescu
Văcuța Baciu
Cârtiţă Chirilă
Iepuroi Hop
Judy Hop
Albu Şobo
Strength
30 (September, October)
100 (November)
50

The Plushunian Civil War was a series of civil conflicts between Plushunian government forces and several rebel groups, which took place in Plushunia, between 10 September and 10 November 2019.

Background and start of the conflict

Following the leftist Polarescu I cabinet's decision in late August 2018 to adopt more radical left-wing positions, the Alliance of the Liberals and Democrats decided to organise an anti-Government protest in the Plușurilor square, near the Palace of the Parliament, on 9 September 2018. Around a hundred protesters gathered in the square, a higher number than expected, and Prime Minister Ursu Polarescu, viewing the protests as a threat to the Socialist goverment of Plushunia, ordered the Plushunian Security Forces to suppress the protest, without consulting the Minister of Internal and External Affairs, National Defence and Justice, Iepuroi Hop, who was in charge of the Security Forces. Infuriated with the PM's decision, Hop decided to resign his ministerial powers and defect along with his entire party, the National Front, to the cause of the protesters. Meanwhile, in the Plușurilor square the Security Forces attempted to disperse and quell the protests as ordered by Polarescu, however the protesters aggressively reacted to the said attempt, with a violent battle starting between them and the Security Forces, despite the previously peaceful nature of the protests. A few hours later, the Security Forces were overwhelmed and captured and their equipment stolen by the rebel protesters, which stormed the Parliament (originally planning on occupying it, however after all Social Alliance MPs fled the building the opposition Alliance of the Liberals and Democrats and the National Front made an agreement with the rebels, with the latter agreeing to respect the parliamentary authority in exchange for the parliamentary parties officially condemning the government actions as "antidemocratic", "communist", "authoritarian" and "anticapitalist" and supporting the rebel cause) and then marched unopposed towards the building in which the Polarescu II Cabinet was located.

The establishment of the Plushunian National Republic

Campaign against pro-government resistance and the spread of rebellion

Invasion of Outer Plușeni

Uprising in Plușeni

End of conflict and the Quadripartite Pact

March coup

March 2019 coup
Datelate March 2019
Location
Plușeni
Result Constitutional order restored, Quadripartite Pact abrogated
Territorial
changes
none
Belligerents
Plushunia (president loyalists) Plushunia (government loyalists)
Commanders and leaders
Cristi
Iepuroi Hop
Ursu Polarescu
Strength
70 40