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Taipanese People's Republics
| Taipanese People's Republics |
"Prevent cancer before suffering"
|Government||One-party socialist republic|
|- President||Luke Walker (2013)|
|Legislature||National People's Congress|
|Established||18 October 2013|
Taipanese People's Republics (TPR), was a micronation made up of two former people's republics: Eastern Okinoshima Island and Pyondu. Mainland Taipan was located in East Asia, Pyondu was located on Great Britain. The country was a One-party socialist republic. Although Taipan was officially a Japanese-style people's republic, elections are held. During the Okinoshima Island Revolution, People's Army of Okinoshima Island conquered Eastern Okinoshima Island. Eastern Okinoshima Island became independent from Japan on 17 October 2013, next day Luke Walker, proclaimed the establishment of the Taipanese People's Republics. Taipan declared independence in 2013 from Japan in mainland Taipan, and from United Kingdom in Pyondu from following a declaration of president, Luke Walker sent to both governments, Japan and United Kingdom, on 19 October 2013.
Okinoshima Island Revolution
The Okinoshima Island Revolution was not a violent revolution, no casualties. It was revolution to breakaway from Japan between two forces, forces of the Council of Okinoshima Island who supports the Japanese government, forces of the People's Army of Okinoshima Island. The revolution began on 6 October 2013, ended on 17 October 2013. The People's Army of Okinoshima Island conquered Eastern Okinoshima Island.
Establishment of the Taipanese People's Republics
Major combat in the Okinoshima Island Revolution ended on October 17 with the Communist Party in control of Eastern Okinoshima Island. On 18 October 2013, Luke Walker proclaimed the establishment of the Taipanese People's Republics.
Socialist Republic of Taipan
| Socialist Republic of Taipan |
|Government||Marxist-Leninist single-party democracy|
|- President||Luke Walker (2013-2014)|
On 9 December 2013, the national legislature of the TPR, presided by Luke Walker, held an extraordinary meeting in order make some, at first, largely cosmetic constitutional changes. The name of "Taipanese People's Republics" was officially changed to "Socialist Republic of Taipan" (SRT), introducing the red in the Taipanese flag, also the Coat of arms has changed. The National Anthem, military symbols and the national legislature were also changed.