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Republic of Hasanistan (eng)
Hasanistan Jumhuriyeti (hsn)
Hasanistan Cumhuriyeti (tr)
Republiek Hasanistan (nl)
Coat of Arms

Location of Hasani territories
Capital Batyr

Official languages

Religion Qaragüliyyâh Islam

Government Theocratic-republican hybrid;
federal presidential republic
subject to the Qu'ranic interpretations of the
Qaragüliyyâh Beg
Isa Musa
 • President
Əsgər Rzayev
 • Prime Minister
Hasan Çakar

Legislature Federal Mejlis

 • Founded
11 September 2011
 • Internet presence
22 May 2012
 • Joined Pavlov
11 August 2016
12 May 2017
Hasanistan, officially the Republic of Hasanistan (Hasani: Hasanistan Jumhuriyeti; Turkish: Hasanistan Cumhuriyeti; Dutch: Republiek Hasanistan), is an self-declared sovereign state unrecognized by all members of the United Nations, described as a micronation by external observers, with territorial claims across the Greater Middle East region.

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The name of Hasanistan can be divided into two components: the ethnonym "Hasani" and the Persian "-stan" suffix, with the intended translation being "land of the Hasanis".

Among scholars there is a discussion on the ethnonym "Hasani". One group says the ethnonym itself is derived from the name of the founder of Hasanistan, the other group saying the ethnonym derives from the name of the 2nd Imam al-Hassan. In either case the name derives from the Arabic word "Hassan" (حسن) meaning handsome or fine.


Early Hasanistan

On 7 September 2011, Hasan Çakar declared the independence of the Hasani people and established the Hasanistan People's Republic. He declared himself the Supreme Leader of Hasanistan and appointed his brother Tanju Çakar as his head advisor. Hasanistan laid claim to an area of the Kazakh-Kyrgyz border and an island off the southern coast of Bahrain. On 22 May 2012, Hasanistan opened it's government website[1]. Hasanistan was renamed the Republic of Hasanistan.


Hasanistan is governed as a federal theocratic presidential republic. This system of governance was established in 2017, following the adoption of the country's third and current constitution. The system has been described as a mix of political systems of the early Turkish Republic, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Turkmenistan.

Foreign relations

Main article: Foreign relations of Hasanistan


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Religions in Hasanistan (as of 7 June 2017)
Sunni Islam
Shia Islam
Roman Catholic

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Proposed public holidays

Holiday Date Notes
Islamic holidays
Ashura Moveable
10 Muharram
Officially commemorates the day Imam Hussain was slain at Karbala.
Mawlid Moveable
17 Rabi' al-awwal
Commemorates the birth of the Prophet Muhammed.
Eid al-Fitr Moveable
1 Shawwal
Marks the end of Ramadan.
Eid al-Adha Moveable
10 Dhu al-Hijjah
Commemorates Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his young first-born and only son in obedience of a command from God.
Non-religious holidays
Hasani National Day 11 September Commemorates the foundation of Hasanistan on 11 September 2011.
National Website Day 22 May Commemorates the creation of the government website of Hasanistan.
Worker's Day 1 May Commemorates the historical struggls of the proletariat.
People's Victory Day 30 August Commemorates the Turkish victory at Dumlupınar, ending the Turkish War of Independence.

See also

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External links

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  1. "Welcome to Hasanistan". Hasanistan Government News. 13 February 2017.