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*eats and removes kebab*

Somerania wrote:Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
You only RP Nigeria not all of Africa
As far as I know only Sudan and Libya did it
There will be no Tunisian condemnation because Tunisia is based.

I meant all of African Nations.

Zamdrieak wrote:I meant all of African Nations.

you don’t get to speak for any African nation besides Nigeria.

Asharken wrote:you don’t get to speak for any African nation besides Nigeria.

Oh okay.

Caedmare wrote:*eats and removes kebab*

Wait a minute.

I made that flag.

Yarosluv wrote:Wait a minute.

I made that flag.

Did it end up on the internet?

Nileia wrote:Did it end up on the internet?


Shura Unveils New Constitution, Arab Union of The Fertile Crescent Declared, National Sovereignty Directorate Seizes Power

February, 2025

    In the roiling wake of President Khalil’s deposition, Arab society was sent into a flurry. Politicians from every side of the aisle made fervent calls for change or restoration, some openly calling for revolution or coups. Many social elites and politicians correctly surmised that the instability was a key time to push their agenda. The federal government was a power vacuum following the arrest of core leaders and state/local governments were being openly challenged by tribal militias. Religious leaders both Sunni and Shi’ite were growing bolder in their criticism of the government and constitution. And yet the whole situation was suspiciously tame as far as Arab coups go. Police and tribal militias were in a standoff, not open combat. Progressives and students were protesting, not rioting. Religious leaders were spewing rhetoric, not initiating sectarian purges. It might as well have been business as usual. In fact in this time of great uncertainty there was one body of relative unity to look to: the National Restoration Coalition. Unifying the popular majority-holding political right of the AFS, the NRC offered and demanded a new unified government, doing away with political divides and the westernism that many felt had taken hold of the government.

    The beating heart of the aforementioned westernism was the Arab National Union, a party which was really only a glorified loudspeaker for the beliefs of Zahir Khalil. For others, it was also a convenient way to leverage themselves into government, regardless of their beliefs. But with Khalil and his deputy Omar Razzaz in prison, the party fell to shambles. There was no clear leader or course of action and the party lacked any executive office save for Governors and their Assembly seats. The ANU, and their partner party the PUP, were little more than prey for the circling predator that was the NDC. With Kadhimi now in office, little could be done to stop it. Several dozen Assemblymen defected from the ANU and declared allegiance to the NDC in a new informal party. The NDC gained overt majority control of the Congress and therefore of the government.

    At the public request of the NDC, President Kadhimi announced the convening of a national shura to discuss the future of the nation. The National Congress then passed Emergency National Order #001, embodying the Shura with the power to rewrite the constitution and embodying the Congress with the power to grant said power. The law was instantly derided by left-wingers and liberals as illegal and unconstitutional. Still, as militias occupied the country and students protested, the Shura convened. It brought together Governors, Ministers, Sheikhs, Generals, Militia commanders, Senators, Clerics, Imams, and Businessmen. Anyone who was anyone in the AFS was there, except of course the higher ups of the ANU. The entire social and political elite of the country was gathered. The Shura was convened in the Presidential Palace in Baghdad behind closed doors with the building secured by CTB Commandos. General Yarallah, who would be attending, announced that the military recognized the authority of the Shura and would respect and enforce its decisions.

    The nation waited with baited breath as the Shura convened for 6 days. In that time, a Basra Shi’ite militia killed 4 police officers, Federal Police killed 11 protestors in Tikrit, and the ISF conducted its first terrorist attack in months. When the Shura emerged, spokesperson King Hussein I of Jordan made a shocking declaration: the Shura had formally dissolved the Arab Federal States. In its place was a new constitution, a new government, and a new path forward.

    Taking immediate power would be the Arab Union of the Fertile Crescent. The Arab Union will subscribe to the tenets of Abdulrahmanism, modifying them necessarily to the situation of the country. The heart of the federal government of the Arab Union will be a single body: the National Sovereignty Directorate. The NSD will be the highest organ of state power, acting as both a collective executive and a national legislature. The NSD will be composed of the heads of government of each constituent state. Each state will select it’s leader in its own way but the NSD will be the arbiter should a leadership dispute emerge. Additional seats on the Directorate will exist to represent other relevant national interests and be created at the Directorate’s discretion. To execute their will, the NSD will appoint a Council of Ministers. To act as public representative and administrator of the Council and the NSD, the NSD will appoint a Chairman to the Council. The Chairman will hold no special executive power and will still answer to the NSD on a first-among-equals basis to their fellow Ministers. The NSD will hold a monopoly on governmental power, delegating it to Ministries and the Premier only at their own discretion.

    For the purpose of advising the Directorate on its decisions and efforts, there will be two bodies: the Government Advisory Council and the National Assembly. The GAC will be composed of committees of experts on all matters, from religion to healthcare to nuclear physics. These committees will advise the Directorate on matters in their field as well as make policy proposals. The committees will also work closely with their respective Ministry to enhance policy development and implementation. The National Assembly will be the voice of the people within the government. It will be a democratically elected popular assembly, voting on resolutions and proposals to the NSD. The Speaker of the Assembly will hold a seat on the NSD.

    The creation of the Arab Union also entails a re-alignment of local and state power structures. The legacy of central governance in the Middle East can be defined by each government's relationships to the institution of tribalism. On the peninsula, most tribes successfully elevated themselves to royalty and became the government. More often in the Fertile Crescent, the central governments persistently tried and failed to challenge tribal authority. This has produced generations of instability, most recently with the Hijri Rebellion and the AFS itself. This struggle ends with the Arab Union, as the centuries old authority of tribes and tribal confederations will now be entrenched into the government. In Jordan and Kuwait, dominant tribal families already run the country. These polities will remain unchanged under the Arab Union.

    Iraq and Syria will be reorganized and transformed. Syria will be bisected by the Euphrates into the Federation of North Syria and the Emirate of Syria. The Syrian Democratic Council, commanding the Syrian Democratif Forces will become the FNS. It will have a special relationship to the Union, being allowed to practice its democratic confederalism in relative peace where it does not interfere with the state. The Emirate of Syria will be borne of a tribal confederation that collectively appoints an Emir. Governor Moaz al-Khatib has been crowned Emir Hasani I. Iraq has been split three ways. The Sunni north and west will be led by the Dulaim tribe and their confederation. Prominent Anbar Sheikh Sattar Abu Risha has been crowned Emir Sattar I. The majority Shia south has been given to the Muntafiq tribal confederation, whose council has appointed Grand Ayatollah Muqata al-Sadr as Emir. In central Iraq, the Baghdad Metro and a few surrounding cities represent a multi-religious core. The area will become its own state, with former Iraqi President Jumail al-Shaer appointed President again.

    Additionally, the Kurdistan Autonomous Republic has decided to remain within the Arab Union. This is largely a matter of security, with Kurdistan being surrounded by two other countries that would rather see it annexed. In an informal agreement with the Directorate, Kurdistan will be allowed to prioritize its own laws over those of Baghdad. Baghdad will retain control of Kurdistan’s vital oil resources and keep troops in the country.

    Effective immediately, the Directorate has convened in Baghdad to begin ruling the country. Their first act was to appoint Mustafa al-Kadhimi as Chairman of the Council of Ministers. In his opening address, Premier Kadhimi detailed the importance of economic development, cultural restoration, national and social cohesion, positive international diplomatic and business relationships, and strategic security for the nation. The situation in the infantile Arab Union is rapidly progressing and the full extent of public reaction of the Directorate is still yet to be seen.



Founded in 1988 as Computers became more and more common throughout the Government, the Centroamerican Internal Intelligence Service (known as IIS in Centroamerica) is unlike many other Intelligence Agencies not concerned with terrorism but rather any and all fragments of information created or left behind by the Population to gather intelligence folders on every possible Individual within the Nation. Granted almost complete autonomy, it possesses its own agents and actively hires foreign specialists and purchases more advanced memory devices as their growing stockpile of information grows. The original goal of the IIS was to catalogue citizens likely of joining or assisting the Resistance, however has since grown to include every possible inclination of an individual. As such purchases that are conducted are listed alongside visits to doctors, political leaning, personal preference of shows and music, qualifications for the operation of weaponry and automobiles, fashion styles (rebellious, traditional etc.), date of all payments and monetary transfers, Race, Faith, Career performance, browsing history, hobbies & interests, Personal Vocal tones and Physical attributes.

Corporations actively make use of IIS services, paying for information on individuals within certain regions to know market preferences, while the Military and Police actively request data that could relate to cooperation with criminal organizations. Foreign Governments are given limited and observed access when necessary, for example with Interpol operations regarding terrorism or smuggling. IIS however does not function as a normal company, as all individuals who are granted a workplace at the organization are contractually barred from leaving Centroamerica for the rest of their lives, and are not permitted to switch their profession at any point in the future. The workers themselves are some of the highest priority targets of the IIS itself, their members not permitted to live normal lives as danger of data leaks has been shown by many foreign agents. Secretive liquidations of workers who showed the possibility of leaking information has regularly occurred, in part made easier due to the fact that workers are forced to live in specified residential zones that act as a form of more authoritarian private community.

Only the Director of the IIS is a publicly known member of the organization, as even security is taken care of by the IISs own security organization of masked special forces operatives in heavily armored black colored Vehicles. So important is the task of the IIS that it is the only organization within Centroamerica which is legally exempt from all privacy laws in place within the Country, whereas even the Centroamerican Intelligence Agency requires Governments warrants to carry out breaches of privacy.

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