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Union of Eurasian States
Bog S Nami (God is with us)
The Union of Eurasian States (Russian: Союз евразийских государств, tr. Soyuz yevraziyskikh gosudarstv), or more commonly known as the Eurasian Union, is a sovereign state on the Eurasian continent that was formed following the federalization of the Eurasian Economic Union in 2020.
On January 1st 2015, the Eurasian Economic Union was formed, first encompassing Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Armenia, with Kyrgyzstan ascending later in the year. The Union originally operated in a similar manner to the European Union, with the member countries sharing multiple economic policies.
In 2018, Russian President and E.A.U co-founder, Vladimir Putin, was re-elected in a landslide over multiple candidates. As Putin had won his last permitted consecutive term, many began to believe that if he were to "reform the Soviet Union", he would do so very soon.
Putin would come to announce the federalization of the Union via press conference in 2020. A summit would be held in Moscow later in the year, in which the leaders of the member nations would sign the treaty, making the federalization official.
Eurasian Civil War
System of Government
The Eurasian Union is a semi-presidential system, with the Prime Minister answering to both Parliament and the President. This system was carried over from the Russian era.
Upon the federalization of the Union, the Russian Federal Assembly along with the other member-nation's parliaments was dissolved into the revamped Eurasian Parliament, which now elected the Prime Minister of the state, rather than the President of the economic union as the previous version of the parliament had.
For many decades, Eurasian Slavs held dominance over politics in the Union. The first non-Slavic major party candiate would be Kazakh, Butan Omarov, who ran as a LibDem in 2050. While the first non-Slavic President would be Libertarian Armenian, Erik Shirakatsi, in 2074.
Major political parties
|Conservatism, Statism, Pragmatism, Centrism, Neoconservatism|
|Liberal Democratic Party of Eurasia
(Либерально-демократическая партия Eвразии)
|Eurasian nationalism, Right-wing populism, Pan-Eurasianism, Ultranationalism, Liberalism|
|Communist Party of Eurasia
(Коммунистическая партия Евразии)
|Communism, Marxism–Leninism, Patriotism, Left-wing Nationalism|
|Libertarian Party of Eurasia
(Либертарианская партия Евразии)
Minarchism, Anarcho-capitalism, Non-interventionalism, Libertarian conservatism