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The People's Commonwealth of Anentova


The People's
Commonwealth of
Anentova


Flag


Shield

Coat of Arms


Map of Anentova

Motto: Equality, Freedom, Equity and Diversity
Anthem:LinkSong of the Peoples and Workers
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Capital:

City of Nazoro

Official Languages:

French and 87 more

Form of
Government:

Socialist Federation
Marxism-Shairism

The Menir:
Assembly President:

Shaira Alumoni
Alexander Faure-Baud

Legislative:

People's Committee
and Councils

Establishment:

February 14, 1972

Surface:

1,736,891 km^2

Population:

1,594,250

GDP

1,375,377,380,195

IDH

0.97

Currency

Divita

Time Zone

UTC +1

The People's Commonwealth of Anentova
Anentova, officially the People's Commonwealth of Anentova, it is a nation that is considered free and sovereign formed since February 14, 1972 as a result of the Meeting of the 4 Leaders of the former nations of Nigeria, Benin, Cameroon and Chad, although the latter territory separated from Anentova because of the Lake War.
In West Africa and occupying an area of 1,736,891 km, it is the 18th largest country in the world and the 5th largest country in Africa; it shares its eastern border with Ghana and Burkina Faso; to the North with Niger; to the west with the Central African Republic and Chad; to the south with Equatorial Guinea, Republic of the Congo and Gabon.
and its coasts almost entirely cover the Gulf of Guinea

Consolidation


Muroni Tu'Sile after leading a coup in the newly formed nation of Nigeria and also establishing a socialist government, wanted to carry out a project to spread socialism in Africa through a union which he would call Anentova.
Anentova at the time was the name of the plan that would seek to unify the countries of Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, Benin, Cameroon, Chad, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea under the same country whose dominant ideology would be socialist.

Enthusiastic about bringing this megaproject as soon as possible, he entered talks with the leaders of the aforementioned countries to unify them through diplomatic channels. Unfortunately only Benin had a positive opinion on this but only limited himself to an alliance.


Moroni Tu'Sile

Unhappy with the results got, Moroni had to resort to less than peaceful measures because he wanted to fulfill his dream of unifying the countries of West Africa and bringing prosperity and cooperation among peoples.
With the alliance got with Benin, it declared a Unification War in which Nigeria and Benin would fight against Cameroon and Chad.

The Unification War alarmed the sides of the Cold War where great powers such as the USSR and the United States faced each other in this scenario for the domination of the war and the conquest of a possible new strategic area, since recently oil was discovered in area.
The USSR who, knowing the plans by Moroni, started the first talks where Nigeria would receive military and economic support, finally there was a logical superiority of the socialist forces in the war.

After the war ended, they annexed Cameroon and Chad to Nigerian territory now under the command of Moroni Tu'Sile.
With the success of the War, Benin finally agreed to join Nigeria by making the project to build a new nation closer to completion.
The victory of the Nigerian Socialist Government and as this nation was growing motivated the USSR to focus on supporting communist guerrillas in Africa.
But it was here that the United States and its allies paid attention to Africa and saw it as an area of vital strategic and resource importance.

For 1972 Moroni wanted to declare the creation of his dream official, among the name he wanted to give the country was the United Socialist West Africa (USWA) but at the last moment he decided to call it Anentova referring to the name of the project.
The meaning of the word Anentova is not known with certainty, but it’s theorized that it comes from a woman Moroni loved.
Another theory says that Anentova means 'Nation of a Thousand Peoples' in the local language combination.
It was on February 14, 1972 when Moroni Tu'Sile declared the formation of the United States of Anentova as a sovereign nation in Africa marking a historical process for the continent and for the world.
The USSR and the Government of the new Anentova consolidated their presence with economic, political and military support.

Anentova-Libya War


Anentova was now considered an enemy to the Coalition, and plans were soon made to disintegrate this nation and keep the Soviets away in the area.
Tibesti Dispute Zone

Preparations soon began to intervene in this nation through provoked war.
The United Kingdom, who installed a government in its favor, controlled Libya at the time, fearing that Anentova's influence would promote a communist uprising.
They used Libya to create a false dispute over the Tibesti Region, the border between the two nations. For the following months, Libya pressed further hostilities until troops captured a town over the disputed area, invading Anentovan territory.
The Anentova Government considered the evidence shown by the Libyan Government over the reclaim for the Tibesti Mountains to be false since at no time had these areas been declared between the ancient nation of Chad and Libya.
An investigation carried out in 1987 found that it was a false dispute created by the United Kingdom.
Anentova soon accused Libya of invading its territory, and in 1973 it declared a war where the Coalition took part.
With the Anentova Libyan War declared, the Coalition and the Warsaw Pact mobilized simultaneously with the Vietnam War, where both sides of the Cold War would show an intense ideological battle.
The war in Africa remained inert in the first months, coalition and USSR forces fought throughout the Sahara Desert.
The warm climate was a factor so that no troops moved from their position, the remoteness and little infrastructure in this territory forced a peace treaty to be agreed for the year 1973 where the Tibesti region was ceded to Libya.
It was from this war that diplomatic hostilities between the two countries began, and which still continues today.

Anentova-Niger War


By 1975 Anentova was considered an emerging power in Africa that with the help of the Communist Bloc enjoyed rapid economic growth while her neighbors were barely developing. The USSR observed this situation and persuaded Anentova to advance its annexation plans before the Coalition established its presence in these countries.
Thus, he prepared the Annexation plans for a war against Niger.

The War against Niger was proclaimed that same year where the Soviet and Anentovan troops were already prepared to make a quick attack on the territory and in just 3 months they had already occupied more than half of the country.
The Coalition had no time to respond and withdrew from Niger as soon as they saw the southern fall where much of the population resided.

The war ended with a peace treaty on November 12, 1975, where Niger forced to belong to the Union of Anentova.
The success of Muroni's campaigns made Anentova the 1st territorially largest nation in Africa and the 10th largest in the World, a success for Muroni considered the Conqueror of Africa.

It was usual for the Coalition to refer to Anentova as the Red Spot.

But now, Anentova's overexpansion would be a problem for her by hosting hundreds of different cultures, 2 religions that clash with each other, plus Anentova even had plans for reconstruction in areas suffered by the Unification Wars.
And with the same wars, popular support declined, forcing thousands of people to follow an ideology that they did not even know what their primary objectives were.

The Solidification of Socialism


Moroni Tu'Sile had made tremendous progress in building Anentova, however it was time for him to focus on internal politics and organization of the nation.

But Moroni did not plan well in his strategy to maintain the country, since both the north and the south had their own culture, religion, needs and thoughts where many were opposed to various aspects that the government wanted to implement.

Thus, Moroni first wanted to focus on transforming all the socio-political aspects of Anentova similar to how the Cultural Revolution did in Maoist China.
Through the so-called "New Social Project", Moroni planned various social policies, which led to serious cultural conflicts with small communities and ethnic groups. This Plan lasted for 2 years when rebellion groups were formed as a response to the repression suffered by this project.


Moroni's strategy changed radically as he recognized that this strategy was useless to continue observing how this only hurt the nation even more and that if it continued it would only be condemning it to its dissolution.
Under a new strategy, the "Society Plan" was carried out in the next 17 years with important changes in society.
Moroni considered that "Education and Actions were the most persuasive weapons to change society, whether for better or for worse"

Under the Society Plan, education was free-for-all people, food campaigns were carried out throughout the country, lands were collectivized, labor and social rights were immediately introduced, extensive health and housing programs were created.
All this long plan resulted in the increase in literacy rates, the health program saved hundreds of lives and the quality of life increased throughout the country, life expectancy increased to high levels that are comparable to other countries in Africa, Collectivization brought an increase in productivity, alleviating the famine crisis that the country was suffering.
These achievements were used as propaganda to restore the prestige of the Government and with this to persuade the inhabitants to adopt new visions and positions.

Those who benefited from the Plan supported the Government, which was something they were looking for, the conservative groups kept a distance from the affairs of the State and the conflicts did not stop either, but they were minimal compared to the previous Project.
Opponents use this Society Plan as an example of indoctrination of Communism, where the current government itself recognizes this part but considers it as "necessary actions if we want to see the current Anentova"
Shaira Alumoni even says that a communist society must change its old pre-revolution lifestyle towards a more progressive view.

The groups raised against the government's repression calmed down over the months as Moroni made agreements with the leaders of these movements, and it is stated that the persuasive and comical personality of Moroni was the key cause that peace could be preserved in Anentova.

This new strategy also strengthened the presence of the Socialist State, mostly in Nigeria, Benin and Cameroon.

However, separatist movements arose in the territory of Niger by not accepting both the Government and the fact of belonging to Anentova.

Separatist War


New movements against Anentova emerged from 1977 as a response to the wars suffered with the countries recently annexed by Anentova who felt forced to belong to a Union, it was such that guerrillas arose in favor of the separation of their nation.
With the Society Plan, these separatist movements decreased their activities with the exception of the newly annexed Niger territory.
Under annexation, Niger was considered a territory under the control of the Socialist State of Nigeria following Democratic Centralism. By not feeling represented and ignored in the decision-making of its own people, the Freedom Movement for Niger supported by the Coalition.
The MLN soon seized large sums of territory, operating mostly in the Sahara Desert.

Anentova Army

They organized several attacks against Anentova authorities such as the Niger River Attack, where a market was the site of an explosives attack where 12 people were injured and 2 died.
For the next few months since their formation, they became a serious problem for the Anentova Government because they feared that it would have influence so that more groups are formed in favor of the separation and disintegration of the Union.
The limited presence of authorities made it easier for the population to side with the MLN since they guaranteed things that the government could not grant.
Massive protests and attacks did not stop in Niger who demanded its independence and the foreign presence did not wait because they wanted to take advantage of the situation.

On August 12, 1977, the army was ordered to move to Niger in order to calm the movements, but as soon as the security forces arrived, various attacks broke out, thus provoking the Separatist War.

For the next 3 years, an intense struggle took place throughout the Niger territory where the MLN and the Anentova Army fought supported by their respective sides.
The war caused serious damage for the population in the war zone as well as for the factions that were facing each other, but more so for Anentova since the insurrection of the MLN motivated more independent groups to form in Chad.
Finally, on September 19, 1979, a peace treaty is signed where the independence and sovereignty of the State of Niger is agreed.

Death and Crisis


After the defeat by the Separatist War, Moroni Tu'Sile focused on building everything necessary for Anentova to continue existing as the health of the first leader was deteriorating.
By July 14, 1981, Moroni Tu'Sile suffered a heart attack ending his life. The funeral took place 1 week later where thousands of people came to see him off.
Abiona Tu'Sile II took over from his father who was instructed and prepared to become the second leader of Anentova who would make his father's project prevail.

Moroni's Funeral

However, his son's mandate did not last long, since in 1983 he would be assassinated at gunpoint during a conference held in one of the most dangerous areas of Anentova.

That same year of the assassination, Anentova suffered a serious political and economic crisis, the USSR stopped giving support, weakening the stability of the nation.
The lack of a leader led to a fall in the integrity of the Union, Anentova's estrangement from the USSR generated mistrust among the population and for the Communist Party of Anentova.
During the period of Absence, the P.C.A reinforced its security with several repressions where cases of crime, corruption and violations against the population increased throughout the country.

After a majority vote and noting that there was no heir to the Tu'Sile family, Acha Lag'bara became the president of the Socialist United States of Anentova.

Acha Lag'bara 1983-1992


Acha Lag'bara became the first non-member leader of the Tu'Sile family and the 3rd President of the Socialist United States of Anentova.

Acha Lag'bara

During his mandate, important changes were made in Anentova which would define several of the nation's political structures, strengthening its integrity. By observing the delicate political, economic and administrative situation, he is the main responsible for the improvement of various benefits that the nation had.

Due to the political turmoil in the country, he strengthened the Communist Party in the first six months of his mandate, tightening the entry and investigations of all members to expel "infiltrators and counterrevolutionaries." The strengthening of the party was accompanied by persecution and arrest of political prisoners, however, the political crisis eased and with it, various policies were successfully introduced which improved growth for the nation.

He also modified the Constitution by adding new articles regarding administrative divisions and was the first leader to change the name of the nation from the Union of Socialist States to the Union of Revolutionary Republics.

During his spare time, he was a fan of large buildings and infrastructure and recognizing that these should be built in the future, he commissioned several long-term projects for Anentova such as the well-known City of Nazoro which was one of the first to be carried out and is one of the best known projects in the nation.
The current name of the city is due to him, which means 'Heart'.

His actions have been revered and remembered as Hero of Anentova

With the dissolution of the USSR and the fall of the Eastern Bloc, Anentova lived a brief isolation fearing that the nation would also collapse.
With the vacuum of allies, Lag'Bara resorted to building a new alliance with Cuba and fraternal countries such as Angola, Mozambique and the People's Republic of the Congo.
Unlike socialist countries that continued to exist but allowed the introduction or liberation of the market, Anentova continued with the same system, reinforcing its autarky and the collaboration of allied countries.

With the Five-Year Plan during his government, several villages and cities were electrified and great support for the agricultural sector was sent. Thanks to the support directed to the field, Anentova became one of the main commercial partners on the continent.

The construction of sites for the extraction of oil also increased which allowed an increase in income for the State.

Acha Lag'Bara retires from his position for 1992 under a phrase: "My work is done"
Yembe Jagunjagun would succeed him, who would continue with the implemented policies of his successor.

Yembe Jagunjagun 1992-1998


Yembe Jagunjagun was the first democratically elected president with 47% of the votes and 78% approval in the Workers' Parliament.
Being a faithful and follower of Acha Lag'bara, he decided to continue the legacy by imitating several of his ideas such as strengthening the Party and improving the affairs of the State.
With the fall of the Soviet Bloc, Yembe opened up to the world by building new diplomatic relations with neighboring countries such as the African Solidarity and Brotherhood of Nations Alliance (ASBNA) signed with Angola, the People's Republic of Congo, Burkina Faso and Mozambique which endures today.
In addition, the first ties and a rapprochement with China began, which became a partner for the following years.

For 1991, São Tomé and Príncipe expressed their desire to belong to Anentova, as did Togo, for the following years the integration of both countries into the Union would be planned, however, the Coalition was against considering this as an infiltration in government affairs of other countries to favor Anentova.
The integration process was completed in 1994, making the Union grow territorially, something that did not it was pleasant for foreign powers and neighboring countries such as Ghana and the Central African Republic.
Soon hostilities will begin as in the case of the Gulf of Guinea Conflict where Anentova and Ghana discussed maritime boundaries.
Farmers held fights over the limits of their land and the alleged political infiltration by Anentova.

1994 being the year in which the Neighbors' War would begin, a conflict that involved the countries of Ghana, the Central African Republic, South Africa, France, Canada, the United States against Anentova, China, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Cuba, Angola, Mozambique and Burkina Faso.
Yembe, who remained in charge of the leadership of the nation, was criticized for inciting a war for which the nation was not prepared.
Several of the projects that were going to be carried out in the nation were suspended due to the war, again a harsh economic crisis was experienced and the problems of famine and health appeared again although with slightness as China took care of covering and sending support for Anentova.

Internal problems were formed in 1995 where the Extremist Group, supported by the Coalition, was formed in the north of Anentova, leading several attacks against the Socialist Regime in order to weaken the nation in the War of the Neighbors.
In the same year, the People's Army has already captured territories in the East of the Central African Republic, in an attempt to eliminate a war front, talks between the two countries begin which reach an armistice agreement. However, the Army loses control over the northern territory of the country although it continues to maintain its supremacy as to prevent them from becoming a danger.

On other fronts of the War, Anentova and her allies showed victories throughout the war by conquering Ghana and managing to drive out the Coalition landings.
The Battle of Padelac would become one of the nation's most important victories as they managed to shoot down 4 enemy ships and prevent the attack on the Island after a planned defense.
However, despite the victories, there were many damages and the wear and tear of the war caused unrest among the population who, in addition to requesting a halt to the war, demanded more democracy and freedom.
The Great Coastline Protest was an event where the population of more than 8 cities of the nation protested against the war and made a call against authoritarianism and request more democracy for the nation.

For 1998, Yembe ends his presidential term marked as one of the worst leaders in the nation, the War being the only relevant thing in his government.

Esanava Vinroms (1998-2004)


In the midst of the war, the Government declared its intentions to start the popular presidential elections as a concession for the protests in favor of democracy, which was enough to stop them.

Esanava Vinroms became the figure of democratization and a political, social and economic liberalization.
After the 1998 elections, Esanava Vinroms became a popular figure among the population with 67% support of the vote, becoming the first woman to govern the country.

One of his main actions was to stop the Neighbors' War, which was almost 5 years old since it began.
After strong pressure from both Anentova and its Allies and abroad for the Coalition, it had to grant the requests of the war to reach a peace with a clear victory for Anentova and its Allies.
Between the peace treaties, Anentova manages to conquer half of the territory of Ghana, under the excuse that the people of Ghana wished it that way. The treaty with the Republic of Central Africa was separate because an armistice had been signed, where Anentova claims and annexes all the territories controlled by his army, that is, the East of the Central African Republic who could not refuse because they did not have any support, the coalition broke their treaty by accepting the armistice.
Again Anentova would manage to expand territorially marking in some way,the end of the 19th century for the Union.

Given the advance obtained by the army and Anentova's allies on foreign territory, the nation did not suffer great material losses, thus preserving its development and reconstruction, which was one of the actions carried out by Esanava.
Esanava allowed a liberalization and reduced the role of the State in different economic and political sectors.

For the first time, Anentova leaves the one-party government by allowing the creation of new political parties, although only those of a left-wing character are accepted for the year 2001, the first elections are held with a multiparty system.

In an attempt to improve the national economy, national private property is allowed and along with it certain non-essential sectors of the economy are privatized while maintaining their control by the State.
Esanava, in a reform carried out, eliminates price control, limiting itself to only basic products.
The press manages to be liberated and the nation is more open to the international community, creating diplomatic ties with countries in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Trying in addition to imitating the economic model of China, the government authorizes the City of Lagos to be the financial center in the nation, although this is later repealed for unknown reasons.

During the term of Esanava Vinroms, she is recognized as one of the most influential figures of Anentova, marking the history of the nation, as economic success and the development of the nation were achieved in all aspects, being praised by other nations.

For the year of 2004, she, despite enjoying a high popularity among the nation, withdraws from the electoral campaign due to the health problems that she suffered.

Rimaha Nem'Ora and the Social-Political Crisis (2004-2010)


Upon announcing the retirement from politics and the candidacy for Prime Minister of Esanava Vinroms, for the elections of the same year, Rimaha Nem'ora wins the position for the next 7 years.

During the years that Rimaha remained in power, the highlight of his tenure was the relevant and massive feeling of confusion among the population about the policies of the nation, so much so that it was called the Rimaha Crisis.
The Rimaha Crisis was a social and political process in Anentova where great confusion was perceived, mostly by the population, causing the policies and the State to become unstable with serious consequences for the following years.
Analysts suggest that this Crisis was due to the radical change of policies that were previously strongly socialist towards a more liberal one, clashing with the ideology that a huge population maintained.
The change between pro-market and pro-regulation policies made by the Government made the population remain confused, being unable to explain what system the nation had, even doubting that socialism remained in power.

Given the concern of the possible abandonment of the system that the nation had maintained for many years, several protests were formed and some even turned violent.
In a survey conducted by National Pollsters, pointed out that the population's trust towards the government was only 36% and with enormous disapproval towards the Prime Minister who became a figure of the changes made and the concern.
The mistrust of the population made even Anentova's policies unstable, with fear that even a civil war or a coup would break out, during this Crisis, the activities of the Government were suspended for 9 months and there was an economic recession.

After an extraordinary meeting of the nation's Parliament held in 2007, after a discussion that lasted almost a week, several policies that generated confusion for the population were revoked, and during this period, several citizen consultations were held to approve or repeal actions taken by the Government.

As of 2008, the effect of the Crisis was reduced, returning to normality for the Government as well as for the population.

Rimaha Nem'ora leaves power for the year 2010 being remembered and represented in one of the most difficult times in the nation.

Aftershocks of the Crisis and Irene Awasbitiakis



When the elections were prepared in the year 2010, a big announcement was made when Esanava Vinroms declared his intentions to return to the candidacy for Prime Minister of the nation by joining the Royal Socialist Party of Anentova.
This news quickly circulated and given her history as a leader, her popularity again grew and it was obvious that she would be the winner of the election.
For the results, she won with a clear advantage being the first leader to win the elections twice and also the only one who sought to be reelected.
The only notable change was the fact that she renamed the nation to the Union of Revolutionary Republics of Anentova.
Unfortunately her term was short, without anyone knowing, she continued to have the same health problems which prevented her from seeking re-election previously, she had asthma and bone problems making her work inefficient.
After making herself known publicly, criticism of her increased and her popularity waned for the first time, she resigned not many days later, leaving the position free.

Given that the elections were not long past and the fact that organizing the candidacies again was premature, they resorted to electing the 2nd Winner of the elections in charge of Prime Minister, unleashing a controversy and even declaring that it was all a matter of a electoral fraud.
So then the new Prime Minister would be Irene Awasbitiakis, president of the Unique Democratic Movement (UDM).

Irene Awasbitiakis, founder and leader of the Unique Democratic Movement, was a recognized figure for her policies that greatly clashed with the ideology of the nation, being considered the opposition of socialism within Anentova.
Given her pro-liberal ideals, she was not widely accepted among the population, winning with only 2% of the popular votes.
Upon being elected as Prime Minister, the fact that she has even held such a position, sparked suspicions about her arrival since alerts of electoral fraud were activated and protests for her revocation did not take long to arise, however, she was able to continue for the position.

In Parliament, her party barely faced the vast majority of the Royal Socialist Party and all her proposals were rejected in their entirety, rendering her occupation as Prime Minister useless.
However, in 2014, the Supreme Justice of the Union decreed the suspension of the activities of the Real Socialist Party for reasons of "corruption investigation" which investigation did not yield any results related to the reason for its suspension and that even, the sanction of this party was maintained.


The news spread among the population as well as the international community, paying attention to everything that was happening within the Government and many considered this as a sequel to the past Rimaha Crisis, and the attempt in addition to an establishment of a dictatorship organized by Irene Awasbitiakis.
Another piece of news was of great impact was the fact that Parliament now maintained its activities with a supposed majority of the Only Democratic Movement of which Irene is the leader.

Many assumed that in the face of a huge vacuum of members of Parliament, it could not function and carry out its activities, however a huge constitutional vacuum was discovered which never mentions what happens in the absence of a majority in this body, and that Irene took the opportunity to culminate its power.

Thus, Irene had control over the Prime Minister, Parliament and possibly the Judiciary being the most critical moment ever happened in the nation.
In a speech she declared a phrase that would mark her mandate
"The Last Change"


For the years that she held power, even more radical new policies were implemented with clear intentions to make Anentova abandon socialism.
Among its decrees was the complete prohibition of the Real Socialist Party of Anentova for allegedly being a corrupt party, new open and market-oriented policies were installed allowing private property, the arrival of foreign companies and the massive privatization of government institutions and the permission to exploit the nation's resources.

The abrupt change from a planned economy to a market economy, similar to what happened with the USSR caused the bankruptcy of thousands of small and medium-sized companies, poverty increased and famine soon increased again for years.
With all that Anentova went through, this period was called the Perestroika Effect because many considered that everything that the nation went through, from a political crisis to the arrival of a new regime that sought to reform the nation, was similar to the last years of the USSR and observing how this ended, several expected the complete dissolution of Anentova or at least the abandonment of socialism.

The people dissatisfied with Irene's results, large protests and work stoppages did not stop appearing.
Irene, however, continued to apply her new reforms and committed several repressions, even using the army to "preserve order."
It did not take long for popular movements to become violent, leaving several deaths and damages which affected the nation's economy.

An important event during the repressions committed was the River Memorial Day, where 30 people were publicly shot near the Fasheun River, similar cases were reported in various parts of the country.

The Appearance of Shaira Alumoni



The protests lasted for too long than the government expected and the government responded more seriously in an attempt to appease the sentiment that already dominated a large majority of the population who opposed these changes, the "last change."
In the midst of the protests, various political figures made their appearance but here a figure stood out and whose name ran through the voice of the people in a short time, a person who in the future would be the one who would completely change Anentova bringing a new era for the nation and without doubt is and will be recognized.
Her name is Shaira Alumoni.

Shaira Alumoni, who during the protests participated in several speeches and strikes showing her total rejection against the regime and where she also demonstrated several of her ideals which inspired more and more people, becoming a political figure, assumed the leadership and voice of the opposition against the government.

Seen with suspicion by the Government of Irene, as soon as her name was known, Irene ordered her capture thinking that this way, the civil disorder would end. When Shaira was located and later captured, just a few hours passed and the population showed their fury by unleashing 8 hours of chaos and destruction in various parts of the nation. Noting that the results were the opposite, Shaira was released the next day.

Enjoying her freedom again, she decides to organize the population by making several trips around the country.
In one of her speeches, making a clear parody of the phrase "The Last Change" made by Irene, Shaira says "First Revolution", curiously, she herself declares that this phrase was not read in this way and that a comma was missing being the original phrase "First, Revolution"

By 2016, 2 years had elapsed and the battles did not stop.
Shaira Alumoni, however, continued to enjoy enormous popularity and was even relevant in the international community for several phrases during her rallies.


"I'm no longer accepting the things I cannot change... I'm changing the things that I cannot accept"

But not only did she lead speeches in favor of the "revolution", she was also the main organizer of many protests and strikes carried out. During her revolutionary campaign she made 2 works entitled "Redirecting Anentova" and "Second Step" where she detailed what she expected the nation after the revolution. Many thought that Shaira would seek to take power, (something that in her work never said or mentions her intentions to occupy power), and several consolidated this idea as another goal of the revolution.

The City of Kano, a city that was no longer controlled by the Government of Irene and the main organizational base for the revolution, was the place where one of the largest movements took place where more than 2 million people marched showing their support to the revolution.

Despite how evident the rejection against the government was, it continued to remain almost entrenched and surrounded in the capital city of Nazoro, in the northwest of the country.
It was thus that in a final decisive movement capable of culminating and ending once and for all the authoritarian regime of Irene Awasbitiakis, the 1st Siege of Nazoro is prepared.

The Siege of Nazoro


The Siege of Nazoro was the attempt by the Revolutionary Forces under the command of Shaira Alumoni, consisting of militias and civilian support as well as certain armed groups of the army, to occupy the city of Nazoro, which was kept under the control of the Government of Irene, being the main base of the same and whose capture would be decisive to occupy the State and establish a new power.

The Revolutionary Forces prepared the attack for several months and with the support of the resident population of the City of Nazoro they were able to penetrate the fortifications of the Shaira regime where just a few hours after the attack, the defending army surrendered and left the movement advance and occupy various sectors of the city, capable of reaching the main offices where Irene's government officials were.

Before entering the buildings, Shaira in front of a huge number of people, some of them armed and others who were watching expectantly, she tried to communicate with the people who were still taking refuge in the State buildings telling them to come out and that only then the people would forgive the abuses committed during his rule.
It took a few hours for officials and members of the government to leave, and on Shaira's orders, she told them to leave the country as soon as possible.

But here, the person who was most expected to come out was the main head and the cause of all this trouble being Irene Awasbitiakis. However, she never left, even though the building had already been vacated.
Entering Shaira Alumoni and a group of militias, they investigated the building only to find it completely empty.
Apparently Irene Awasbitiakis had left the building and possibly escaping the nation, although this would no longer be a problem and was more of a solution.

The news of the occupation of Shaira made that for the first time, after 2 years of constant struggle, all strikes and protests stopped and instead, a feeling of festivity ran through Anentova in which Shaira Alumoni herself participated.

The International Community had foreseen their victory but they did not see a good future thinking that later there would be a power dispute and the emergence of anarchy in Anentova.

Provisional Government


The Irene Awasbitiakis Regime had been overthrown by the leadership of the revolutionary movement and future president of the new government Shaira Alumoni, who promised to radically transform the country and end the problems that the nation has maintained for years, but being faithful to the roots that gave way to the existence of Anentova.
In 2016, a new Provisional Government was established under the command of Shaira Alumoni, where among her first actions was to change the flag of the nation, symbolizing the transformation and rebirth for the union of Anentova.

During the next months, Anentova's political activities would not cease as the changes that Shaira wanted in the nation completely changed the entire structure of the nation, the popular consultations intensified and by the end of the year it's proposed to renew the Constitution that waas adopted in 1972, but this ended with the creation of a new constitution where a total of 89 articles were created.

The nation was officially renamed the Union of the Council Republics of Anentova.
And an important fact was the introduction of the word 'Merin of Anentova' replacing the one of President that continued maintaining the same functions.
With stability assured in Anentova, the feeling of prosperity and growth once again reigned in the nation.
However, a new phenomenon would completely change the future of the nation.

The Lake War or the Coalition-Anentova War


For the following year after the seizure of power of a provisional government in Anentova, new problems occurred on the borders of the nation.
By Lake Chad, north of Anentova, an incident occurred caused by fishermen from Niger, who crossed the boundaries agreed between the two nations. Patrols from Anentova soon escorted the fishing boats but during the process, one more violation of the agreements made between the two countries was reported as the inhabitants of a nearby town began to contaminate the lake, which is supposed to be an area free of pollution and garbage.

The Government of Anentova soon asked the Government of Niger to notify its citizens to stop this activity that caused environmental damage in addition to breaking the treaties made.
Weeks went by and when a new review of the Lake was carried out, Anentova authorities notified that there was no change to stop the pollution and that town continued to throw garbage.
The Government of Anentova soon contacted Niger this time to demand a stop to the contamination accompanied in addition to a compensation for cleaning it as it was discovered that the dumping of garbage was known to the Nigerian authorities and they did nothing.

This time Niger rejected any demand by Anentova causing tensions between both nations.
Since Lake Chad is of great cultural and political importance within Anentova, the Government took actions where it deployed military personnel and patrols around the lake.
Hundreds of Nigerian citizens were arrested for littering causing anger for Niger by turning to the international community for help for the alleged "kidnapping and violation of sovereignty" that Anentova was causing.

The International Community was in favor of Niger forcing Anentova to withdraw from the area, however this did not happen and the Treaty on Lake Chad ceased to be legitimate for Anentova generating more problems.
By breaking the Treaty of Lake Chad, Anentova had all the sovereignty and dominion over the Lake since it belonged totally to him and what Niger had, was actually a temporary concession.

This again angered Niger who claimed that part of their territory had been stolen and again request help by the International Community with again in favor, more specifically, the Coalition came out in favor of Niger and sanctions and pressure on Anentova began.
Diplomatic tension now turned into military tension.
The borders between the two nations were accompanied by the military forces of Anentova and the Coalition who assured the sovereignty of Niger.
By 2017, the Coalition gives an ultimatum against Anentova to completely withdraw from Lake Chad which was already surrounded by Anentova's military forces same that did not give a step.
By dawn, shots were exchanged on the Niger-Anentova border, both armies had already begun to clash without the Anentova Government being notified.
The Coalition accused Anentova of being the cause of this conflict and vice versa where in the end a total war was declared.
Anentova was now at war with the Coalition.

The nation still continued to maintain the effects of the crises, the people who just emerged from a revolution could not face another battle even worse than the previous one because it was known that the human and material losses would damage the nation to such an extent that it brought misery which Anentova would take to recover.
Thanks to the cuts made to the army by the old regime, the People's Army was no longer able to protect the nation and the chances of defeat were more than obvious, leaving the nation defenseless against enemy attacks.
The Government recognized his vulnerability and soon spoke out in his defense before the International Community.
Historically, the relations between the I.C and Anentova were never good as the nation was accused by its enemies on insistent occasions, it was well known that the nation repudiated this organization for considering it "useless and incapable of ensuring its mission".

During the extraordinary meeting held, where the Menir of Anentova, Shaira Alumoni attended, her attempts to repel the attacks from the Coalition lasted for 34 hours.
Despite the intense debates that led to discussions between the counterparts, the time spent in the meeting was of no use as the I.C showed its support for the Coalition and only the allies and sympathizers of Anentova rejected the attack and with the war continuing.

Among the remarkable moments, Shaira Alumoni threatened and blamed the countries participating in the war for being the main cause of the suffering of the country as well as that of others, saying it with total anger.

"It is a total hypocrisy that the countries that preach maintaining peace are the same ones that cause wars"
-Shaira's last words, before leaving the room.

With the return of Shaira to the country, the war had passed a few weeks with losses for Anentova.
With a declared ceasefire, the Coalition soon made known to the Government of Anentova, its requests to end the war, requests that were clear that violated the sovereignty of Anentova and that would permanently mark the nation.
An emergency meeting was held in the National Parliament, an intense debate was held about accepting the peace terms imposed by the Coalition, and after hours, Anentova accepted the peace treaty.

The Treaty of Sydney was signed on July 14, 2018 and among its terms:

  • The Union of the Revolutionary Republics of Anentova will cede and grant the independence of the territory of Chad, whose limits will be those established in the year 1960.

  • The Union of the Revolutionary Republics of Anentova may not claim the territories of the Republic of Chad.

  • The Union of the Revolutionary Republics of Anentova will cede and grant the independence of the territory of Chad, whose limits will be those established in the year 1960.

  • The Union of the Revolutionary Republics of Anentova may not claim the territories of the Republic of Chad.

  • The Coalition, to grant peace, stability and order, will proceed to introduce a new Government that will be accepted by the Union of Revolutionary Republics of Anentova.

  • The Revolutionary Republics of Anentova will be ceded territories from Eastern Ghana to the Volta River.

  • The Revolutionary Republics of Anentova will be ceded territories of the Central African Republic of the West.

The Treaty of Sidney brought controversy around the world as the sovereignty of Anentova was being violated by imposing a New Government in the nation and expelling the Provisional Government, putting the stability of the nation at risk again, another part to highlight is that Anentova lost around the 50% of its territory with which it loses population, being the greatest loss and defeat suffered in the entire existence of the nation.
Ghana, who intervened in the war for the Coalition and who did not receive any benefits and even lost territory was outraged, as did Niger who received no compensation or benefits.

Under Coalition Occupation


A new government, which many consider illegitimate and illegal, was imposed in Anentova as a result of the War. This government was a puppet of the Coalition, leaving in its wake a series of political disasters and multiple human rights violations.

During this government, privatization was again implemented although this time there was less interest from buyers to settle in the nation, unemployment saw an impressive rise leaving 10.89% without employment.
For the first time, the rate of immigration to the country was reduced and on the other hand, departures from the country saw a considerable increase.

As Anentova's economy began to decline and the attempt to privatize the public sectors failed, the government began to make massive cuts to education, health, support and for the first time the construction of homes stopped.
With the cuts made by the Government, the 'Green Strike' was carried out, which was a work stoppage at the national level organized by farmers, leaving several cities with a shortage of food, with which the government sent to persecute the leaders.
Leaving a total of 12 arrested.

Authoritarianism and corruption were common during this administration and cases of human rights abuses led to several complaints against the regime.

As expected, another era of struggle would arise in Anentova to seek its absolute control and regain its sovereignty because with this there were going to be 15 years of instability, being one of the longest crises that the nation has passed during its existence.
Massive protests and strikes struck the nation, migrants left the nation until they waited for peace to return, there were several violent struggles that left several dead, there were even some soldiers and national police who showed resistance against the regime, for which the Government asked for helpers and allowed the entry of the coalition army.

The former leader of the 1st fight against the regime, Shaira Alumoni, was in exile and denied entry to the country.
Shaira, despite her exile, showed her support for the struggles that the nation was going through, she kept abreast of her as she managed to settle in the border city of Accra.

Political Organization


The People's Commonwealth of Anentova maintains its own definition of how it defines the State and its way of organizing, since it combines aspects of a federation and a confederation, which has generated discussions of what form of State should be considered Anentova.

For Anentova, the State is a political and legal organization of the various societies or nations that coexist in a delimited territory, united with a common goal. Power is decentralized since each nation is autonomous and acts with full legal, economic, legislative and political independence for itself.
When nations decide to take joint actions either for defense purposes and for mutual benefit, these should be and applied throughout the Union.

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