Independent South African Republic

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This article is about the unofficial breakaway country, Independent South African Republic. For the official country, see South Africa.

Independent South African Republic Independent South African Republic


General
General Rank n/a
Demographics
Language No official language
Capital Mmabatho (de facto)
Politics
Political Party South African Independence League (provisional government)
Economics
Currency ZAR
GDP n/a
Food bonus err%
Weapon bonus err%
Military
Territories 3
Soldiers Unknown

Map of Independent South African Republic


The Independent South African Republic (ISAR) was a breakaway nation of South Africa that was created on September 7th, 2008 and lasted until December 2008.

History

Independence was declared on September 7th, 2008, by Black Lion Front leader Esteban Delgado with the Proclamation of South African Sovereignty in response to the eSouth African administration that came to power on September 1st.

The Proud African (PA) party came to power under with a huge majority, prompting allegations of election fraud and the use of multies, the latter of which was proven when the admins banned over 50 illegal accounts. Therefore the PA, being a front to many Croatians, was considered by many in the Black Lion Front (BLF), African Socialist Party (ASP) and Free Africa (FA) to be an 'illegal government' and representative not of the populace, but of the Croatians. Thus a new, separate provisional government was drawn up, finally coming to fruitition a week after the general election.

The territories of ISAR were those regions controlled by the South African Independence League (SAIL) mayors: North West Province (Mmabatho). Although not formally recognized as a separate state, ISAR was the third nation to occupy territory on the continent of Africa after the original South African Republic and Indonesian-controlled regions.

Politics

Presidents

There were no official presidents of ISAR, only elected representatives of the South African Independence League that stood for general elections in South Africa united in order to try and take back South Africa from Croatian occupation.

In ISAR, the strongest candidates were appointed by all parties within SAIL not to run the country, but try to win the general elections in South Africa. There was no executive office in government, only individuals who took action and helped out in the cause for liberty, sovereignty, and self-government.


#[*] President ISAR Office South African Election Party Vice President Term[*]
1[1] Kintor.jpg Kintor September 1-11, 2008[1] Lost Free Africa Esteban Delgado 1
2 Citizen689201.jpg Esteban Delgado October 1-31, 2008 Lost Black Lion Front Little Missy 2

Notes

  •   The numerals indicate the consecutive time in office served by a single person. For example, a person who served two consecutive terms is counted as the first President (not the first and second).
  • 1  SAIL was created before independence of the republic was proclaimed on September 7, 2008, so the first term was shorter than the rest.

Military

The nation's military were the Armed Forces of the Independent South African Republic (AFISAR). It was made up of the SAIL armies, most of which were paramilitary groups of individual South African parties, such as the Azandicas, which were the paramilitary wing of the Black Lion Front.

International Diplomacy

Regions

City Region Other Information
1. Mmabatho North West Province
ISAR indicated in light green, Free African region in dark green, Croatian-controlled region in blue, and Indonesian occupied territories in red.