The convening-room of the Federal Congress of Soviets (CoS)
Patrimony, Principles, and Policies of the Pan-Asiatic States
Part of the 1992 Constitution of the Pan-Asiatic States
Asia is one of the countries with the longest histories in the world. The people of all nationalities in Asia have jointly created a splendid culture and have promulgated a glorious revolutionary tradition. The Asian proletarians waged wave upon wave of heroic struggles for national independence, liberation, democracy, recognition, and freedom.
After the founding of the New Order, the transition of Asian society from divided democratic Nation-States to a Soviet Socialist Society was established step-by-step. The socialist transformation of the private ownership of the means of production was completed, the system of exploitation of man by man eliminated and the socialist system established. The people's democratic dictatorship led by the working class and based on the alliance of workers and peasants, which is in essence the dictatorship of the proletariat, has been consolidated and developed. The Asian people and their armies have thwarted aggression, sabotage and armed provocations by imperialists and hegemonists, safeguarded Asia's national independence and security and strengthened its national defense. Major successes have been achieved in economic development. An independent and fairly comprehensive socialist system of industry has in the main been established. There has been a marked increase in agricultural production. Significant progress has been made in educational, scientific, cultural and other undertakings, and socialist ideological education has yielded noteworthy results. The living standards of the people have improved considerably.
Therefore, we, the sovereign, and newly united Asian people, imploring the aid of our Forefathers, in order to build a just and humane society, and establish a Government that shall promote the will of the people, preserve the Dictatorship of the Proletarian, conserve and develop our patrimony, and secure to ourselves and our posterity, the blessings of Independence, Socialism and Democracy under the rule of law and a regime of truth, justice, freedom, love, equality, and everlasting glory, do ordain and promulgate this Constitution - which will embody the ideals and aspirations of every Asian proletarian under the almighty people's banner.
ON THE PATRIMONY OF THE PAN-ASIATIC STATES
§ Section 1. The territory of the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States comprises the modern Asian archipelago, with all the islands and waters embraced therein, and all other territories over which the Pan-Asiatic States has sovereignty or jurisdiction, consisting of its terrestrial, fluvial and aerial domains, including its territorial sea, the seabed, the subsoil, the insular shelves, and other submarine areas. The waters around, between, and connecting the islands of the archipelago, regardless of their breadth and dimensions, form part of the internal waters of the Pan-Asiatic States.
§ Section 2. The territory of the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States is formed on the basis of the voluntary association of Soviet Socialist Republics having equal rights, namely:
The Melanesian Democratic Union
The Federation of New Nusantara
The Siamese Soviet Socialist Republic
The Burmese Soviet Socialist Republic
The Tri-Interregional Popular Republic of Indochina
The Chinese Confederation
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea
The Japanese Soviet Socialist Republic
§ Section 3. The jurisdiction of the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States, as represented by its highest organs of state authority and organs of government, covers:
§ Section 4. The sovereignty of the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States is limited only within the provisions set forth in Article I, Section 3 of the Pan-Asiatic States constitution. Outside of these provisions, each Pan-Asiatic Republic exercises state authority independently. The Pan-Asiatic States protects the sovereign rights of its Pan-Asiatic Republics.
§ Section 5. Each Pan-Asiatic Republic has its own Constitution, which takes account of the specific features of the Republic and is drawn up in full conformity with the Constitution of the Pan-Asiatic States.
§ Section 6. To every Pan-Asiatic Republic is reserved the right freely to secede from the P.A.S.
§ Section 7. The territory of a Pan-Asiatic Republic may not be altered without its consent.
§ Section 8. The laws of the Pan-Asiatic States have the same force within the territory of every Pan-Asiatic Republic.
§ Section 9. In the event of a discrepancy between a law of a Pan-Asiatic Republic and a Federal law, the Federal law prevails.
§ Section 10. A single Federal citizenship is established for all citizens of the Pan-Asiatic States.
ON THE GOVERNANCE OF THE PAN-ASIATIC STATES
PRINCIPLES OF THE STATE
§ Section 1. The supreme State which governs Modern Asia is the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States, which predominantly defines itself as a Democratic State-Socialist Federal Republic. It will be committed to the ideals of the People's Democracy and the equitable welfare of all, and thus, must be respected by all its citizens. Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from the people.
§ Section 2. Federal authority supersedes regional authority at all times in order to protect the integrity of the Pan-Asiatic States' collective sovereignty, which grew and attained strength as a result of the overthrow of the landlords and capitalists and the achievement of the dictatorship of the proletariat, constituting the political foundation of the Pan-Asiatic States
§ Section 3. Civilian authority is, at all times, supreme over the military. The Pan-Asiatic States Armed Forces is the protector of the people and the State. Its goal is to secure the sovereignty of the State and the integrity of the national territory.
§ Section 4. The prime duty of the Pan-Asiatic government is to serve and protect the collective interests of the Pan-Asiatic people. The Pan-Asiatic government may call upon the people to defend the State and, in the fulfillment thereof, all citizens may be required, under conditions provided by law, to render personal, military, economic, or civil service. Work for the development of the Pan-Asiatic people is a duty and a matter of honor for every able-bodied citizen, in accordance with the principle: "He who does not work, neither shall he eat."
§ Section 5. The socialist system of economy and the socialist ownership of the means and instruments of production firmly established as a result of the abolition of the capitalist system of economy, the abrogation of private ownership of the means and instruments of production and the abolition of the exploitation of man by man, constitutes the economic foundation of the Pan-Asiatic States. Socialist property in the Pan-Asiatic States exists either in the form of state property (the possession of the whole people), or in the form of cooperative and collective-farm property (property of a collective farm or property of a cooperative association), in accordance with the principle: "From each according to his ability, to each according to his work."
§ Section 6. The land, its natural deposits, waters, forests, mills, factories, mines, rail, water and air transport, banks, post, telegraph and telephones, large state-organized agricultural enterprises (state farms, machine and tractor stations and the like) as well as municipal enterprises and the bulk of the dwelling houses in the cities and industrial localities, are state property, that is, belong to the whole people.
POLICIES OF THE STATE
§ Section 7. The State shall ensure in perpetuity that it will actively promulgate Democratic Socialism, Marxist-Leninism Maoism, and Orientalism; which represent the modern ideas, dreams, and aspirations of the Asian peoples and the Pan-Asiatic Revolution. As such, the Asian Communist Party (ACP), will be the State's highest governing body, and the people's only legitimate political party in achieving the State's objectives.
§ Section 8. The State shall ensure in perpetuity that public enterprises in collective farms and cooperative organizations, with their livestock and implements, the products of the collective farms and cooperative organizations, as well as their common buildings, constitute the common socialist property of the collective farms and cooperative organizations. In addition to its basic income from the public collective-farm enterprise, every household in a collective farm has for its personal use a small plot of land attached to the dwelling and, as its personal property, a subsidiary establishment on the plot, a dwelling house, livestock, poultry and minor agricultural implements in accordance with the statutes of the agricultural artel.
§ Section 9. The State shall ensure in perpetuity that it shall continue to guarantee a just and dynamic social order that will ensure the prosperity of each Member-State of the People's Federation equally, maintain the right to free expression, and actively free the people from poverty through policies that provide adequate social services, maintain full employment, ensure a rising standard of living, and an improved quality of life for all. The economic life of the Pan-Asiatic States is determined and directed by the state federal economic plan with the aim of increasing the public wealth, of steadily improving the material conditions of the working people and raising their cultural level, of consolidating the independence of the Pan-Asiatic States and strengthening its defensive capacity.
§ Section 10. The State guarantees that the land occupied by collective farms is secured to workers and peasants for their use free of charge and for an unlimited time.
§ Section 11. The State, alongside the socialist system of economy, which is the predominant form of economy in the Pan-Asiatic States, permits the small private economy of individual peasants and handicraftsman based on their personal labor and precluding the exploitation of the labor of others.
§ Section 12. The State guarantees the right of life for all, and will dispense necessities, utilities, housing, healthcare, and education free for all citizens of the Pan-Asiatic States.
§ Section 13. The State shall ensure that only native-born citizens may hold elected office, that elected representatives must leave office after a legally mandated amount of time, and that votes translate linearly to elected representation.
§ Section 14. The State shall pursue an independent foreign policy. In its relations with other states, the paramount consideration shall be national sovereignty, territorial integrity, national interest, and the right to self-determination.
§ Section 15. The State shall protect and promote the right to health of the people and instill health consciousness among them.
§ Section 16. The State shall protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature.
§ Section 17. The State shall give priority to science and technology, arts, culture, and sports to foster collectivism, accelerate social progress, and promote total human liberation and development.
§ Section 18. The State affirms labor as a primary social economic force. It shall protect the rights of workers and promote their welfare.
§ Section 19. The State shall develop a self-reliant and independent Federal economy effectively controlled by Asians, under the provision of the Federal government, to advance the economic interests and conditions of each Member-State equitably.
§ Section 20. The State recognizes the sanctity of family life and shall protect and strengthen the family as a basic autonomous social institution. The natural and primary right and duty of parents in the rearing of the youth for civic efficiency and the development of moral character shall receive the support of the government.
§ Section 21. The State recognizes the vital role of the youth in nation-building and shall promote and protect their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being. It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism and collectivism, and encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs.
§ Section 22. The State recognizes and promotes the rights of indigenous cultural communities within the framework of national unity and development.
§ Section 23. The State shall encourage non-governmental, community-based, or sectoral organizations that promote the welfare of the nation.
§ Section 24. The State recognizes the vital role of communication and information in nation-building.
§ Section 25. The State shall ensure the autonomy of Member-State republican governments from the affairs of Federal government.
§ Section 26. The State recognizes the role of women in nation-building, and shall ensure the fundamental equality before the law of women and men.
§ Section 27. The State shall maintain honesty and integrity in the public service and take positive and effective measures against graft and corruption.
§ Section 28. Subject to reasonable conditions prescribed by law, the State adopts and implements a policy of full public disclosure of all its transactions involving public interest.
§ Section 29. The State shall recognize the right to die as a human right, the freedom for one's body and one's life are one's own, to dispose of as one sees fit, and shall not enact laws in penalization of it. The State shall actively promote physician-assisted suicide as an alternative to unsupervised suicide.
§ Section 30. The State shall ensure the growth of the national economy through population control and the legitimization of eugenics as a means to achieve this end.
§ Section 31. The State recognizes the necessity of corporal punishment to achieve justice; the prosecuted may be ordered to undergo physical punishment.
§ Section 32. The State recognizes the necessity of capital punishment to achieve justice; the prosecuted may be executed for their crimes.
§ Section 33. The State shall maintain mandatory military conscription for all its citizens, with exemption only for the incapacitated.
§ Section 34. The State shall establish a national database detailing the profile of each citizen, compartmentalizing each citizen's DNA, which must be submitted to the State.
§ Section 35. The State shall mandate the use of the metric system as a universal mean of measurement.
§ Section 36. The State shall reject gambling as a form of entertainment, and considers it detrimental to the welfare of its people.
§ Section 37. The State shall refuse citizenship to all foreigners, excluding refugees and emissaries, who must be granted explicit permission by the executive authority of the Pan-Asiatic government.
§ Section 38. The State shall refuse permanent residence by its native-born citizens in states beyond the territories of the People's Federation.
§ Section 39. The State shall reject the duality of citizenship to multiple Nation-States.
The primary doctrine for deriving Pan-Asiatic law and justice, supreme above all other legal documents.
People's Court System of the Pan-Asiatic States
Abridged from the 1992 Constitution of the Pan-Asiatic States
Strictly speaking, the Pan-Asiatic States' judicial system only refers to the people's court system. According to the Criminal Procedure Law, during a criminal proceeding, the people's court, people's procuratorate and public security organ shall perform their task respectively as well as cooperate. Through this meaning, people's procuratorate and public security organ both execute judicial power, although their judicial function are limited in a very relatively narrow scope. Thus broadly speaking, the Pan-Asiatic States' judicial system institutionally comprises of three parts: the people's court system, the people's procuratorate system, and the public security system. Corresponding to this, Judicial structure in the Pan-Asiatic broad sense does not only refer to courts, but also to procuratorates and public security organs.
The security organ is one branch in the administrative system; the other two branches are created by the people's congress and, in the legal sense, are on an equal footing with the administrative branch. The presidents of courts and the procurator-generals of procuratorates are selected and appointed by the people's congresses on the same levels. The judges and procurators are selected and appointed by the standing committees of the respective people's congresses, and assistant judges and assistant procurators are appointed by the respective courts and procuratorates.
THE PEOPLE'S COURT SYSTEM
(i) Administration of Adjudication - The Ministry of Justice shall represent the judiciary branch in coordination with the executive. The people's courts adopt the system whereby a case should be finally decided after two trials. This means:
(b) Judgment or orders of the first instance of the local people's courts at various levels become legally effective if, within the prescribed period for appeal, no party makes an appeal.
(c) Judgments and orders of the court of the second instance shall be seen as final decisions of the case. However, any judgments and orders rendered by the Supreme People's Courts as the court of the first instance shall become immediately legally effective.
(ii) Supercession - All courts are under the administrative authority of the Supreme Commissary, through his ambassador to the Ministry, the Minister of Justice, though in its executive aspects only; insofar as the administration of its budget and in its collaboration with the Federal government to promulgate. This means that the Federation remains restricted in interfering with the democratic appointment of key court officials, and in the proceedings of motions.
(b) The Secretary-General is immune from prosecution by the Court System, except by a special Ombudsman Court. The Secretary-General has the authority to request or dismiss a judicial review.
(iii) The Supreme People's Court - The Supreme People's Court is the highest judicial organ of the State. The president of the Supreme People's Court is elected by the Congress of Soviets and its standing committee. His term of office is five years and he may serve for no more than two consecutive terms. The Congress of Soviets standing committee appoints or dismisses head and associate heads of divisions, and judges.
The Supreme People's Court composes:
(b) A civil division,
(c) An economic division,
(d) and an Ombudsman's division on both Federal and State levels.
(e) It may have such other divisions, as the Ministry of Justice necessitates, if approved by the Congress of Soviets.
(iv) Jurisdiction of the Supreme People's Courts - The Supreme People's Court supervises the work of the local people's courts at various levels as well as the special courts. "The Supreme People's court give interpretation on questions concerning specific application of laws and decrees in judicial proceedings." In reality, the practice of interpreting laws and decrees by the Supreme People's Court has developed in recent years to an extent that is called "judicial legislation". The legislation does require guidance in order to fill gaps and to solve conflicts and some vagueness among the laws so that effective enforcement can be carried out by the judicial branch. However, the Supreme People's Courts shall primarily supervise the following:
(b) Appealed and protested cases against judgments and other orders of higher people's courts and special people's courts;
(c) Protested cases filed by the Supreme People's Procuratorate.
(iv) The Higher People's Courts - The Higher People's Courts are courts of provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Government. The internal structure is almost the same as that of the Supreme People's Court according to the definition of the organic Law.
A higher people's court deals with cases of the first instance assigned by laws and decrees, cases of the first instance transferred from people's courts at the next lower level, cases of appeals and of protests lodged against judgments and orders of people's courts at the next lower level, and cases of protests lodged by people's procuratorates.
(v) The Intermediate People's Courts - They are the courts established in capitals or prefectures in the provincial level. The scope of jurisdiction by an intermediate people's court covers cases of first instance assigned by laws and decrees, cases of first instance transferred from the basic people's courts, and appealed and protested cases from the lower court.
(vi) The Basic People's Courts - The basic courts, as the lowest level, are normally located at the county, municipal districts and autonomous counties. A basic people's court may set up a number of people's tribunal according to the conditions of the locality, population and cases involved. A people's tribunal is a component of the basic people's court, and its judgments and orders are considered as judgments and orders of the basic people's court with the same legal effects. In practice, a tribunal of this nature is often set up in big town or townships where there is a concentrated population. As defined in the Organic Law, the basic people's court adjudicates all criminal and civil cases of the first instance except where the law provides otherwise. Besides trying cases, a basic people's court is also responsible for settling civil disputes, handling minor criminal cases that do not require formal handling, and directing the work of the people's mediation committees.
(vii) The Special Courts - The special courts include military courts, railway courts and maritime courts. The military court that is established within the Pan-Asiatic States Armed Forces is in charge of hearing criminal cases involving servicemen. This is a relatively closed system.
The railway and transport court deals with criminal cases and economic disputes relating to railways and transportation.
Five maritime courts have been established by the Supreme People's Court at the port cities of Neo-Manila, Shanghai, Qingdao, Kota Kinabalu and Neo-Singapore. These courts have jurisdiction over maritime cases and maritime trade cases of the first instance, including any other disputes of this category taking place between Chinese and foreign citizens, organizations, and enterprises. Nevertheless, they have no jurisdiction over criminal cases and other civil cases belonging to the ordinary courts. The higher people's court in the locality where a maritime court is located shall have jurisdiction over appeals against the judgment and orders of the maritime court.
An abridged excerpt of the Pan-Asiatic constitution detailing the judiciary system of the Pan-Asiatic States.
In this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Abramovich and the second or maternal family name is Florante.
"The Pan-Asiatic States must become the apex predator of both Eastern and Western Hemispheres, or perish in accordance with the laws of nature. We will overcome and eclipse Western civilization, securing a future for all Asian peoples everywhere."
Guanyu F. Abramovich Jr., better known by his revolutionary Pen-Name "Comrade Abra", is a veteran, author, economist, Chairman of the Asian Communist Party (ACP), and the acting Secretary-General of the Pan-Asiatic States. He rose to the premiership on November 14, 2017; through his anti-corruption and "trickle-down diplomacy" agenda, winning by a close margin. Like many Asian politicians, his claim-to-fame has been his controversial participation in both the Third Pacific War (as a child-soldier) and the bloody 1995 Cultural Revolution, which was reflected in his primary campaign motto: "Safeguarding Democracy".
Frequently described as a populist and a nationalist, Comrade Abra's political success has been sustained on one hand by his progressive economic policy, on the other, his aggressive foreign policy. Annual reports by the State Development and Planning Commission (SDPC) report that the nation's nominal GDP has risen from $26.88 trillion to $28.23 trillion between 2017 and 2019 thanks to additional trade surplus and debt payback alone. At the same time, however, the Secretary-General has spearheaded the initiation of multiple "people's wars" (such as the Israeli-Asiatic War lasting from 2017-2018) and interventions (such as the Cromwell Island Rebellion in 2019) during his first two years of governance, and has encouraged larger military build-up by supporting domestic initiatives (such as State-President Kazuo Shii's "Strengthen Our Seas" agenda).
The March 25 Uprising (2019), which the World Assembly Human Rights Council (WAHRC) estimates to have involved anywhere between 180-250 deaths of radical Melanesian nationalists, has recently put the Secretary-General's continued military build-up in the limelight, described by the Neo-Manila Post as "one of the most atrocious protests against the continued build-up of miltiary bases in frontier states". The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) reports at least 19 cases against the Pan-Asiatic States Armed Forces (PASAF) have been filed regarding military violation of civillian and/or ancestral territories, 2 of which almost led to the Secretary-General's impeachment in 2018. However, official surveys indicate that it has been this militarization that bodes well with a majority of Asians, especially mainland Chinese and Tagalogs, 89.09% of whom believe that Comrade Abra's reign (as of January 2019) has "generally improved and advanced the living conditions of the citizens of the Pan-Asiatic States". Restricting the aforementioned polls to members of the Asian Communist Party (ACP) alone, however, approval ratings plummet to only 34.98%.
The Secretary-General is the author of The Governance of Asia (Part I: 2014, Part II: 2018), and his policies, which have urged a "new campaign" for dekulakization, support for education subsidization, and nationalization of the economy; are commonly referred to as Guanyu Abramovich Thought.
Guanyu was raised into a marginalized family in Pasig City, in the former state of the Philippines. Conditions of living in a war-torn city under the constant paranoia of nuclear annihilation was a struggle that young Guanyu lived through. He was the only child of Guanyu Abramovich Sr., an immigrant Sino-Russian coal mine manager during the time; and Teresa Florante, a housewife Filipina. From his infancy to the age of 11, he lived in the crammed suburbs of Barangay Don Juan, one of the many "China Town" sections of Old Manila.
During the political turmoil following the Second World War, Guanyu, dismayed by the death of his colleagues, countrymen, and own father at the hands of Fascist death-squads; began taking a keen interest in politics and writing during this time, accomplishing his first privately publicated pamphlets at the age of 14; criticizing the regime. By the age of 15 (allegedly by lying about his age) he had already enlisted to join the National Democratic Front; much to the dismay of his widowed mother.
He was quick to become highly ideological of Communism in the Philippines. By age 21, he was promoted to lead a guerilla task force organized by Communist Forces, called the Pasigueño Partisan, after their Commanding Officer was shot by a reconnaissance battalion. His achievements of valour during the War would later fuel his political agendas.
Guanyu was provided scholarship by the Soviet administration to finish his education in the prestigious Lomonosov Moscow State University. He would earn degrees in Law, Marxist Economics, and Political Science; returning to Neo-Manila as a lawyer in 2000.
Guanyu briefly returned to the Philippines to participate in The 1995 Cultural Revolution, when then Secretary-General Jiang Zemin, called for revolutionary action against the reactionists he claimed had infiltrated the ranks of government. Originally returning under the pretext of aiding the summary trials being carried-out in the cities, he soon answered the call-to-arms itself. From members of various Red Guard organizations and ex-military partisan groups (such as his old unit), he organized his own personal Red Guard, operating across Neo-Manila. Coordinating with Beijing officials, his leadership would lead to the controversial assassination of (then) Federal Congressman Avran Dilla Sr., an unpopular personality in part due to his leanings toward Market Socialism and his suspected involvement with a coup-d'etat plot against Secretary-General Jiang Zemin, when members of his Red Guard stormed his mansion, and burnt it to the ground. The contacts he made during this undertaking would be invaluable to his political career later on.
When questioned about the assassination five years later, Comrade Abra would respond that he had no regrets about it; and that the Dilla Family "deserved" the tragedy he had given them, consistently referring to the late Congressman as a traitor and a revisionist. Congressman Avran Dilla III of the Vigan 2nd District remains to be an avid advocate against Guanyu and his policies, still upset over the carefree assassination of his father.
It was also in the year 1995 that Guanyu would meet his now lawfully-wedded wife, Katrina Nishikino-Abramovich, his photographer, the daughter of Arianna and Juanito Nishikino, Korean Nationalists who had worked in the Japanese Provisional Government two decades ago. Scarce is revealed about the premarital affairs of Katrina and Guanyu, but it is widely speculated and accepted (to some degree even admitted) that their daily interactions in order to coordinate the success of the Cultural Revolution brought their relationship into fruition.
Comrade Abra's successes in both military and paramilitary service did not bode well with his political rivals, but has consistently been a factor in his electoral career since his first taste of elected political authority in 2002, when he was appointed Minister of Defense under the Third Administration by Supreme Commissary Maeng Jung. Jung and Guanyu had both fought in the Liberation of Neo-Manila; Jung under the People's Liberation Army and Guanyu under the National Democratic Front. Jung was also a close friend of Juanito Nishikino, Guanyu's father-in-law, as they had both been part of the more privileged literate, outspoken upper-class in Japanese-occupied Korea. It is for this reason that the decision to appoint Guanyu as Minister of Defense was likely either a meritocratic choice or a quid pro quo.
Comrade Abra's role as Minister of Defense led to the Federation's first army modernization program. Under Comrade Abra's urging, and with Supreme Commissary Maeng Jung's support, WW2-era weapons were dismantled, discarded, or put into storage in order to accomodate more streamline and localized arms manufacturing industries.
Comrade Abra served his first elected position in September of 2005, as the Federal Commissary of the State Development and Planning Commission (SDPC), essentially as the primary fiscal adviser to the Supreme Comissary. When Supreme Commissary Maeng Jung lost the 2007 executive elections, the newly-elected Supreme Commissary, Xia Wuhan, a hardline internationalist socialist, used all his political influence to remove Guanyu from his position mostly in favor of a junior economist he thought to be more politically-aligned with his contractionary fiscal agenda. By December of 2007, a slim majority vote had already decided that Guanyu be relieved of his position as Federal Commissary of the SDPC.
Comrade Abra was briefly re-assigned to be the Undersecretary of the Pan-Asiatic Ministry of Foreign Affairs (PAMFA) from late 2007 to mid-March 2012.
In November of 2012, Comrade Abra was elected Congressional Representative of Neo-Manila's First District (Capital District), to the Federal Congress of Soviets. His service in the legislature, which lasted until November 2016, tested his leadership abilities and publicized both his military and political exploits across the Pan-Asiatic States. He personally led the authorship and subsequent victories of legislation such as the Institutionalizing Strategy for Rural Development and Reform Act of 2012, Higher Education Reform Act of 2013, the Expanded Igarashi Population Directive of 2015, and the Magna Carta for Veterans' Welfare Act of 2016.
In early 2017, he announced his desire to run for the position of Secretary-General; and eventually won by a 12.35% margin in November of that year.
Comrade Abra is now concerned with the strengthening of the Pan-Asiatic States' alliances with other culturally like-minded states by ensuring the smooth transition of the nation's initiation into politically like-minded groups such as the Environmental Conservation Organization (ECO), the International Socialist Congress/International Socialist Volunteer Corps (ISC/ISVC), and the Socialist Union of Nations Economic Bloc (SUN Economic Bloc). The Secretary-General believes that these international organizations will become avenues for the Pan-Asiatic States to partake in the world market for the benefit of its people's state of living.
Comrade Abra's current "trickle-down diplomacy" agenda, on the other hand, is focused on the reformation of "oppressive" and "Occidental puppet-states" through the promotion of democratic institutions abroad. Combined with a more prominent role in the World Assembly, the Secretary-General hopes that controlled military force can ensure greater peace and stability in the theatre of powers. Examples of this methodology, according to him, have included the 2017 intervention in Israel, both a diplomatic and military victory insofar as its approval by the World Assembly Security Council (WASC) eventually led to the Pan-Asiatic States and the Soviet Union creating a buffer independent Palestinian State designed to challenge U.S presence in the Middle East, as well as, notably under his leadership, the Pan-Asiatic States' participation in the the anti-imperialist defense of Skyhooked.
Comrade Abra's administration has also expressed interest in maintaining international peace and fighting radical terrorism. Under his leadership thus far, the Pan-Asiatic States has taken a leading role against the Lumad Liberation Front (LLF) in Samporna, and participated in the ISVC's invasion of Jaragupta.
"When there is evil in this world that justice cannot defeat, would you taint your hands with evil to defeat evil? Or would you remain steadfast and righteous, even if it means surrendering to evil? In this world, evil can arise from the best of intentions. And there is good which can come from evil intentions. Perhaps we must spill yet more blood, so the blood already spilt will not be in vain. Do we really have the guts to pay the price of our freedom, and the freedom of mankind?" "Christ didn't choose the rich to preach the doctrine; he choose 12 poor ignorant workers - he chose the proletariat of the times." "The leadership of these Pan-Asiatic States advises caution against American imperialists, who seek to undermine the common prosperity of Socialist republics all over the world. Our People act as they will to, not as you command them to. Our stance on yielding to the pressure of the Capitalist countries remains as it was 28 years ago: never!" "A man that does not fear God will have his judgement later on in the afterlife. A man that does not fear the people will meet Him himself today." "In The Federation of Kendor, you can change parties, but not the policies. In the Pan-Asiatic States, you can change the policies, but not the party." "Do you know the truth of the battlefield? Kill a single man, and it’s considered a crime. But kill many on the battlefield, and you become a hero."
"When there is evil in this world that justice cannot defeat, would you taint your hands with evil to defeat evil? Or would you remain steadfast and righteous, even if it means surrendering to evil? In this world, evil can arise from the best of intentions. And there is good which can come from evil intentions. Perhaps we must spill yet more blood, so the blood already spilt will not be in vain. Do we really have the guts to pay the price of our freedom, and the freedom of mankind?"
"Christ didn't choose the rich to preach the doctrine; he choose 12 poor ignorant workers - he chose the proletariat of the times."
"The leadership of these Pan-Asiatic States advises caution against American imperialists, who seek to undermine the common prosperity of Socialist republics all over the world. Our People act as they will to, not as you command them to. Our stance on yielding to the pressure of the Capitalist countries remains as it was 28 years ago: never!"
"A man that does not fear God will have his judgement later on in the afterlife. A man that does not fear the people will meet Him himself today."
"In The Federation of Kendor, you can change parties, but not the policies. In the Pan-Asiatic States, you can change the policies, but not the party."
"Do you know the truth of the battlefield? Kill a single man, and it’s considered a crime. But kill many on the battlefield, and you become a hero."
The Secretary-General is the head of state of the Pan-Asiatic States and Chairman of the Asian Communist Party. As an elected official, he is the ultimate representative of all Pan-Asiatic peoples everywhere, and commands the course of the government administration by authoring the official party-line. While it is not up to the Secretary-General to decide domestic policy, as leader of the Executive Council, it is he who sits at the dais during its discussion.
"Before we live with others, we must learn to live with ourselves. The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule, is a person's conscience."
Sonya Ruogang Yoon-Sook is a prominent leader of the Asian Communist Party (ACP), and the acting State Soviet of the Pan-Asiatic States. A known ecosocialist, she has also prided herself in subscribing to Trotskyist Thought, and 'some aspects' of Juche. Her experience as a journalist has given her an edge in talking about media theory, and she has proven to be a fierce member of the Congress of Soviets. She was also one of youngest Congressional officials of her time and is, currently, the youngest member of any Administration hitherto.
Yoon-Sook's initial proposals during her first and only term gave her a booming claim-to-fame; an environment-oriented journalist who, despite not having fought in the war per se, navigated post-war reparation better than any of her peers. She fervently supported the Igarashi Law, as well as many Foreign Aid policies of the Federation. Yoon-Sook has been highly criticized for leading the Pan-Asiatic States into several foreign interventions. Many see her as promise of a new World Revolution, and even more support her for her administrative expertise. Her swearing-in as a Federal official meant there remains a huge following of Libertarian Socialism in a mostly Marxist-Leninist-Maoist country. Yoon-Sook has been honored as a resolver of many legislative deadlocks, even as a City Councillor.
Her young ideas however, are not taken entirely pacifistic. Interventionist leanings as State Soviet saw a rise of worldwide Pan-Asiatic deployments and engagements since November 2017, most of which through rushed war proposals. Critics have also defamed her for her indecisiveness regarding Women's Rights, and her lack of agenda towards meeting the demands of the slowly-growing Third Wave Feminist movement.
Yoon-Sook was the daughter of Henri Kangjon Sonya, a librarian, and Mila Mae-Sonya, a typist in Moscow. Fleeing from political strife in the Far East together with many others in a community of ethnic Han Chinese and a minority of Koreans within a minority, she was considered a fully-fledged Soviet citizen by law during her childhood and formative years, and lived most of that life studying Marxist theory in an Orthodox Christian school, Yaroslavovich Academy.
Yaroslavovich Academy, tucked away North at the outskirts of the Soviet capital, was, according to her memoirs 'mostly dull'. Both of her parents holding very anti-Imperialist sentiments, after-hour political talks with the city's accomplished writers and scholars would occur in the backroom of her father's library, with her mother taking center-stage in many of the debates.
Her interest in politics would grow only further when she entered her formative years. At age 16, her mother Mila passed away of leukemia, and the young ideologue would find herself hopelessly depressed at this loss, turning to atheism after a more 'studious' approach to her Marxist literature. She and her father moved to Neo-Manila, capital of the young Pan-Asiatic States. It was also then that she would begin an interest in journalism, and eventually pursued this career later.
Rumors of several political scandals, hopes of better job opportunities, admittedly wanting to escape the paranoid grip of the Cultural Revolution, and a dying father in need of more advanced medical treatment led her to migrate to Andong in 1995. She continued her college education at Andong National University, with a degree in political science. Her father would peacefully pass-away in 2009 from chronic hypertension.
Yoon-Sook's recognized 'primer' into politics began with one of the articles she had written in 1998, on the Andong Chronicle, investigating corruption allegations surrounding Federal Congressman Myo Hyon-U. Her information, which many considered controversial as others who had looked into it in the past had winded up dead or missing, eventually led to an official case being charged against Hyon-U, leading to his arrest on the grounds of illegal money-laundering in May 1999. Active in the Youth League and garnering support for her other journalist works, such as editorials on climate change; she paved her own way to garner support from the masses, and eventually, was elected into 2001 Congress of Soviets at age 25, one of the youngest at the time. Initially a career politician, Yoon-Sook would find herself in a political warzone.
Her 2006 electoral loss was backed still by political determination, and her return to politics was indicted by what was essentially a guarantee of appointment by long-time retirement-age Mayor Kwon Ho-Sung as a City Councillor, a heavily administrative line of work. She navigated the bureaucracy of urban planning for the next 3 years of her life, studying it while she practiced it, leading a quiet one in Andong. Nevertheless, those 3 years were very accomplished; and she is credited with the renovation of many of the city's essential services, as well as securing strong patents from the Ministry of Defense to pour more funds into the strengthening of the local gendarme. It is said that she had multiple quarrels with former Head of Government Xia Wuhan during this point of her life, in attempting to secure more investment funds from the central government to funnel into the city. In three years time, she had elevated the city's position from a provincial polity devastated by the Japanese into an urban city-center.
In 2017, she ran for the position of State Soviet; and won with her trademark campaign endorsing herself and her campaigns. She has promised the Federation to apply the lessons she had learned in Andong in managing the entirety of the Federation.
"There are times when we change history. There are times when history changes us." "Courage isn't dying for your country - it's living for it." "Had Mao Zedong died earlier, he would not have been discredited by many of the critics of today."
"There are times when we change history. There are times when history changes us."
"Courage isn't dying for your country - it's living for it."
"Had Mao Zedong died earlier, he would not have been discredited by many of the critics of today."
The State Soviet, elected by the Pan-Asiatic States' citizens, heads the Congress of Soviets—the ultimate legislative body of the Pan-Asiatic States. It is the State Soviet's prerogative to ensure that laws are constantly being passed in the interests of the Pan-Asiatic peoples.
"My administration offers all the right to live in utopia—but some still choose to fight for the right to live in hell."
Ren Cao (pronounced Ren Sao) is the Supreme Commissary of the Pan-Asiatic States, a Marxist-Leninst member of the Asian Communist Party (ACP), and Human Rights advocate; having held multiple terms as a Congressman on both Federal and State level. He also acted as the Mayor of one of the Pan-Asiatic States' newest settlements, Nuevayangtze City. Ren Cao is famous for being the son of another 'great' Asian legislator and war veteran, Ren Hui, and both figures have been notable for being 'fan favorites' of voters for their many accomplished terms as members of the Federal Congress. Following the assassination of Supreme Commissary Fernando Lawrencio III, an emergency election between members of the Federal Congress on May 20 won Cao a seat on the Sixth Administration. He will be governing the Pan-Asiatic States as its de facto Supreme Commissary until the current administration's term ends.
Ren Cao was raised in Beijing, China during the period of the Southeast Asian Soviet Offensive, to Ren Hui, a footsoldier of the Red Army for most of his childhood, and Ren Chan, a housewife. He lived with his two twin brothers of the same age, Ren Fei and Ren Zhuo, in the concrete slums of the new capital of the former People's Republic of China. The Ren household was a traditionalist Taoist one. Life in post-revolutionary Beijing was relatively easy-going even though most of its infrastructure had been destroyed during the conflict, due to quick rehabilitation efforts provided-for by the Soviet Union at the time. Ren Hui says that he initially wanted to be a biologist in his youth, as he took an interest in the anatomy of insects and small, roadkill animals during his time as a student of Xiyi Elementary School, one of the newly-renovated educational centers in the area, where he studied diligently together with his two brothers. He graduated in the school's first batch, with average marks in all subjects except History, which he excelled in. Cao lived a mostly ordinary life, and his father frequently sent him and his mother letters through the army's courier service.
Cao's father, Hui, former Colonel for the National Democratic Front, served under both Chinese and Soviet armies throughout his career as an intelligence officer. He has been credited with the interrogation and infiltration of several key military bases from behind enemy lines in Hokkaido. He also commanded a Scout Company for the Red Army during the Battle of North Borneo, and has been credited with at least 51 confirmed kills as an infantryman.
Cao would see his father around two to three times a year for an average of around three to four weeks of leave from the Army. Ren Hui was a War-Hero by the time his children had graduated high school from Geng Shui Public High School, northeast on the outskirts of Beijing. Cao and his brothers moved further to this provincial side of the city when his family had been relocated by the local authorities for administrative purposes. While the new accomodations were reportedly much more ideal the previous one, Cao also stated that it was at this time in his life that he was exposed to the living conditions of the majority of agrarian workers in the coutnryside. While Ren Fei and Ren Zhuo excelled in mathematics and the sciences, Ren Cao preferred social science and the humanities. Cao claims to have read important Marxist political literature during his adolesence, at Geng Shui's open library, works to the likes of Marx's masterpiece, Das Kapital; Quotations of Chairman Mao Zedong; the Communist Manifesto; and even Philippine Society and Revolution. However, he also says that he expressed interest in American literature, such as Crime and Punishment as well as the Great Gatsby. Cao frequented local news stalls, and was eventually absorbed into the Maoist fever of the 70s and 80s. According to Cao, he simply drew conclusions on the current political climate based on what he could get his hands on.
Cao also participated in several Red Youth Leagues. Cao was chosen to lead the singing of "The Internationale" in front of the Chinese State Congress, when the Chinese Communist Party decided to select 'young future Party members' to showcase to a joint conference with a Soviet Delegation in 1979. Cao was known to be one of the more prominent local rally-organizers in Beijing, and most of his early student-jobs were as typists for city administrators, such as the Office of the Mayor.
The Chinese Communist Party granted him a scholarship in the prestegious Peking University, where he gave-up all his pursuits to become a scientist in favor of pursuing Law and Political Science. Publicly-released letters from his father state that Cao and his brothers were explicitly prohibited from joining the army like their father all throughout the War Years.
Ren Cao entered the Chinese Communist Party (which only two years later, would become the Asian Communist Party) in 1989, at the age of 23, which would mark the beginning of his political aspirations. When his father returned home and retired from service in the Army in 1990, his entire family soon followed his own political aspirations; all of them eventually becoming registered Party members by 1991. Cao's brothers served as accountants for the Party, his mother a voluntary writer for a local tabloid, and his father, as a veteran of the Army, moved to its logistical division as a pension-fund administrator.
The student culture of the 90s, centered on what was being called during the era as the "New Chinese Dream" encouraged intellectuals in the cities to work in the countryside for a time during their education, and then returning to serve it after graduation. Ren Cao was fanatical about this aspiration, and he had volunteered to work alongside a family of sheep-herders in Shenzhen for two years from May 1991 to March 1992. While working there, he organized the provincial rallies against local Soviet administrators who refused to let go of their positions, and participated in gatherings with leading independence movements, such as the Free Asia Society and the Chinese-Asiatic Cooperation Organization. Effectively, Cao became the voice of city-based organizations in rural areas of Shenzhen; going door-to-door spreading Maoist propaganda and recruiting young men into the newly-constituted Pan-Asiatic States Armed Forces.
Like many of his peers, he participated in the 1995 Cultural Revolution as a Red Guard Cadre Volunteer. He, together with his father and his father's old military fraternity, spearheaded the Peking sect of the Cultural Revolution. They participated in several milita raids against known corrupt party officials, though none particularly of importance. His experiences in 1995 led him to beg his father to allow him to volunteer for the Pan-Asiatic States Armed Forces for a few years, since after all, their operations had already placed him in favor with many local officers. His wish was granted and Cao was placed in the 9th Pan-Asiatic Frontier Division, undergoing basic military service, and serving from 1995 to 1997. His time stationed in the AMC Northern Mission Control, which was centered around the area of operations of Harbin, China only ever saw him in combat once, during a patrol. In his first year, Cao was placed on the frontlines against a known Neo-Kuomintang hideout near the outskirts of Harbin. Here, he and a company of men were ambushed while escorting a cache of munitions to an artillery regiment. Completely unprepared, the 9th took 6 casualties. Cao was grazed by a blow from a machete to the face, but was otherwise unharmed.
In December of 1997, Cao came home from the Army as somewhat of a local warhero himself, and many urged him to try politics as his father did while he was away. Since 1995, his father had been a member of the Federal Congress for the Peking District, legislating both the Environmental Efficiency Act and the Offensive Communications Act as a prime leader of political and socio-economic reform. While Hui served on the Federal level, Cao served as Beijing District's congressional representative to the Chinese District Assembly, replacing long-time 'Deng Loyalist' Xia Huan. Cao's first run in the CDA would last from December 29, 1997 to December 31, 2007. Some considered the two dynastic, as it was taboo for two relatives to run in representation of a single district on two levels. Ultimately, many consider this what led to the decline of support for Cao in 2007, when he himself was replaced by a much more upstart politician, Wei Zan, nicknamed "Beijing's Loudspeaker" for her ferociousness in political debates (Ren Cao, in contast is timid when it comes to political confrontation).
While Ren Hui continued his career as a Federal Congressional until January 2019, when he permanently retired at the age of 80, Ren Cao seemed to be his incarnate. Taking a break from politics after his defeat in 2007, he worked as an alumni University professor of Law in Beijing, at Peking University until 2010, when he decided to seek out better political opportunities at the newly-constructed city of Nuevayangtze, where he worked as a City Planner.
Ren Cao eventually rose to the position of Mayor of Nuevayangtze in 2014, beating the much-disliked Mayor Lu Hong, who had only served a single term for his incompetence at managing the city's economics. Lu Hong, a former General, was much unfavored due to his frequent appointment of former war veterans instead of capable men. In contrast to the previous Mayor, Ren appointed staff based on meritocratic displays of skill rather than favor.
Ren Cao served as Nuevayangtze's Mayor from November 10, 2014 to November 14, 2017. During this time, he accomplished a plethora of economic reforms regarding advancement in the city's IT and BPO sectors. He managed the creation of several new call center agencies, gave subsidies to Asia Telecomm to invest their resources into the city, and expanded the number of state-media companies in the area; generating thousands of high-paying jobs for urban workers. He worked closely with State-President Xi Jinping regarding the translation of the national development to local development: expanding and controlling the economic growth of the region in relation to the rest of the country's. These advancements ultimately led to him being christened by Nuevayangtze's people as the 'Silicon Mayor'.
In November of 2017, Cao won a seat in the Federal Congress as Nuevayangtze's District 1 representative. Since his father still served as Beijing's Federal Congressman, the two briefly served together until his father's retirement in 2019.
In May of 2019, Supreme Commissary Fernando Lawrencio III was assassinated by a gunman allegedly from Anglomir. When the time came for an emergency election, many Federal Congressmen regarded Ren Cao as being the man with the most executive experience, and, having served in both the Red Guard and the Army, one of the most popular figureheads of Pan-Asiatic society today. Ren Cao won the position of acting Supreme Commissary of the Pan-Asiatic States and will continue serving until the end of the current adminstration's term.
"If strength is justice, then is powerlessness a crime?" "It's all about self-satisfaction, doesn't matter how hard you try, you can't do it, there's no way you can change the world alone. The world changes itself based on our collective actions." "In their heart, everyone has faith that their victory exists. However, in the face of time and destiny, the act of faith is fruitless and fleeting at best."
"If strength is justice, then is powerlessness a crime?"
"It's all about self-satisfaction, doesn't matter how hard you try, you can't do it, there's no way you can change the world alone. The world changes itself based on our collective actions."
"In their heart, everyone has faith that their victory exists. However, in the face of time and destiny, the act of faith is fruitless and fleeting at best."
The Supreme Commissary is the head of government of the Pan-Asiatic States. It is the Supreme Commissary's role to execute the will of the Executive Council and supervise the proceedings of Federal ministries. The Supreme Commissary is responsible for the day-to-day operational integrity of the Pan-Asiatic States through his passage of directives, appointment of officials, etc.
The executive agencies and their Ministers managed under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Commissary, composite of the executive branch of the Pan-Asiatic States.
Those who don't work, seldom are allowed to eat. That is the basic principle of socialism, as interpreted by the Pan-Asiatic States government.