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Taipanese People's Democratic Republic
Kyōsan shugi seitai
|Capital city||Taikyo (first) |
|Government||Communist military junta|
|- President||Luke Walker (2014)|
|Legislature||National Assembly (first) |
Supreme People's Congress (last)
|Currency||North Taipanese yen|
Division of Taipan
On 28 December 2013, Taipan was divided into two micronations, North and South Taipan. The Fascist Imperial Republic was established by the Fascist and claimed South Taipan. On 1 January 2014, Taipanese People's Democratic Republic was established by the Communist party, proclaimed by Luke Walker and declared himself as prime minister. The Fascist Imperial Republic surrendered on February 1, 2014.
On 13 January 2014, Taipanese Communist Party dissolved and the Tai Rūju was established, proclaimed by Luke Walker and proceeded after the communist party. The Tai Rūju turned North Taipan into a communist militarist state, later after the reunification the Tai Rūju became a political left-wing Stalinist party.
Reunification of Taipan
1 February 2014, The Fascist Imperial Republic surrendered and were forcibly removed from the country without trial, next day after the southern surrender, Taipan was reunified on February 2, 2014.
North Taipan was a self-proclaimed Marxist-Leninist military junta. North Taipan's government was reported to be powerful and less limited than in traditional republics. The constitution used to describes the Tai Rūju as the "leading military junta of the state and society". The Chairman of the Tai Rūju was the Prime Minister of the Taipanese People's Democratic Republic.