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6 January 2014
|Predecessor||Himself (as Governor of Barakstan)|
5 July 2013 - 1 January 2014
September 2012 - January 2014
|Successor||Himself (as Chief of Arkapore)|
16 September - 3 October 2012
|Successor||Jendri Mamahit (as President of Indokistan)|
September 2011 - 2012
|Born|| 1 June|
|Birth name||Fattah Abdurahman|
|Political party||Islamic Development Party (2011)|
Duck Party (2012)
Independent (since 2012)
Tian Abdurrahman is an Arkaporean politician who served as the current Chief of Arkapore since its establishment in January 2014. Previously, he was an Indokistani citizen serving as Governor for his home state Barakstan since 2012 until 2014, and as Indokistani fifth president from July 2013 until January 2014.
Tian is one of the most important micronational leaders inside Indonesian micronational community, successfully brings Arkapore to be one of the most advanced and stable micronation inside the sector.
Tian was born at Bandung, Indonesia in 1994. He claimed that his date of birth that coincidentally same as the celebration day of the establishment of Indonesian national ideology made him an Indonesian nationalist. On his early days, he was named Fattah, an Arabic word - but later changed into Tian, which means "sky" in Chinese.
After establishing Bobodolands Barakstan in 2011, Tian immediately had contact with Indonesian micronational community, which also immediately welcomed Tian and recognizes his micronation. Shortly after establishing Bobodolands, Tian decided to merge his micronation to Indokistan in May 2011, with ministerial position granted to him in September 2011, yet shortly Tian decided to left Indokistan.
He known to be inconsistently entered and left Indokistan, but his longest stay there brings changes to the country before his departure. Inside Indokistan, he runs on various positions in central government beside of his Barakstani governor position. He was the fifth president of Indokistan in 2013 until January 2014.
He was first entered Indokistan in 2011 but shortly left. Later, he reentered Indokistan in 2012, together with Jendri Mamahit to form Federal Republic of Indokistan. In the Federal Republic, he was chosen as Head of Parliament as member of the Federal Council. On that period, he was a consistent opponent of a federal Indokistan, and calls for restoration for unitary Indokistan. Failure on the federation and establishment of Third Republic made him happy, as his hope was fulfilled. He also successfully maintained his position as head of parliament, but it was short because of the departure of Jendri and collapse of the republic.
After the shock of Jendri's departure, he was successfully convincing Indokistani citizens of his loyalty by not following Jendri's action to secede, and he was praised for his consistency. During the Provisional government period, he remains a supporter for the reform. While other politicians promote a federal Indokistan during the time of 2013 referendum, he consistently supporting an unitary country, which he then agreed to establish a third option - devolution - as an alternative of unitary state and a federation. He was elected president in June 2013 after his victory in election, and sworn-in as president on July 2013.
In January 2014, President Tian suddenly declared his resignation as Indokistani president, and declared his region as an independent micronation. His decision was overwhelmingly condemned by the central government, yet because of the far distance between the capital Suwarnakarta and Barakstan the central government can do nothing, which helps Tian's secession. Arkapore and Indokistani heated relations was later made worse by his decision to stage a blockade against Indokistani embassy, which ended peacefully, yet hampering Arkaporean attempts on its struggle of recognition.
He is one of the most important figure inside Indonesian sector, because of his experience and his status as one of the pioneer inside the sector. He also active in several organisations, including Association of Indonesian Micronations, Micronational Association of Southeast Asia, and Organisation of Islamic Micronations.
He is known to be very proud on his Sundanese ethnicity, which reflected on Arkaporean perpetual Sundanese cultural influence thanks to his policy of Sundanisation. Beside of his native Sundanese, he also speaks Indonesian and is studying English and Javanese.