STILL BEING WORKED ON
After the Eurasian Civil War, the Government of Eurasia was formed based on Mikhail Gorbachev's proposed New Union Treaty. Despite there still being a central government and singular military, the other nations still had their own ideas which caused the central government to be weak.
Russia Keeps the Union TogetherEdit
Union of Eurasian States
Mikhail Luschensky, whose chose not to become Eurasia's Head of State, Ran for President of Russia and barely got 5% of the vote and decided to form a new movement, The Movement to Free Russia (or Russian Liberation Movement)
Luschensky's movement began to gain support in sectors of Russia including the Capital City of Leningrad, forcing Russia to move it's capital to Stalingrad despite not gaining more than 20% of the population.
Eurasia's Parliament was often divide, 9 states against one. The People in effect had also shifted their loyalties to their individual countries and demanded an end to Eurasia.
Federalization or DissolutionEdit
Many scholars and experts agreed that Eurasia's only solution was federalization. They felt that the Government had to become federal for a true democracy to thrive even if it meant excluding Russia.
When the question was asked, the people preferred independence and began demanding it.
Reminiscent to the the end of the Soviet Union, people protested, began declaring their independence and ultimately forced a measure to dissolve the Eurasian Union.
On May 8, 2030, the Eurasian Parliament unanimously passed (Due to Russia abstaining) the formal law which dissolve the Union and allowed the 10 republics to become their own nation.
Russia as a result, after gaining it's recognition, isolated itself and choose to remain netural in all world affairs. Russia's close minded attitude would ultimately come to an end more than 40 years later.