|The Republic of Huy En
|Ethnic groups (2020)||Hetan - 92%
Alotol - 6%,
Qonklese - 2.4%,
Other - 1.6%
|Government||Unitary president constitutional republic|
|-||Prime Minister||Rid Mosepe|
|-||Independence from the Malas Empire||1082 CE|
|-||Establishment of the Republic||1735 CE|
|-||End of Alotol intervention||1952 CE|
|Currency||Eni Blossom (EBL)|
|Drives on the||left|
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Sovereign StatesAwarahl, Bosato, Huy En, Kadya, Liosol, Karduv, Lugida, Mai Thi, Nyatol, Qgam, Qonklaks (Yeinti, Macyeaq), Quaxin Xun, Riyana, Ru, Seang Pe, Soptemia, Tzulhon, Xynderland, Yachiro, Zaizung
|Herdwate, Lithian, Kadic, Kwang, Ndxiixun, Qgam Dzwo, Riyan, Terminian, Tyndal, Xynder, Yachiroese|
|Akalism, Haomism, Iovism|
|Naean people, Hetanic, Kwang, Malas, Methic, Quatic, Rietic, Yachi|
Huy En official became an independent nation in 1952 after Liosol withdrew its troops from the south, ending its protectionist policy during the Great Ekuosian War. Following the end of Alotol intervention, General Gose, a decorated hero of the post-war era, assumed control of the country, declaring himself acting president. What was left of the pre-war government in Ridmark recognized Gose's position, given his prominence in the Eni armed forces. Liosol also supported Gose's claim to the presidency.
In 1958 President Gose declared Huy En a Kuulist Republic and aligned himself with leaders in the Kuulist countries. Liosol and others launched a coup d'état the week after, killing Gose and reestablishing Alotol dominance in the region.
Huy En reviewed its constitution in 1973 and approved its revised version in 1974. That same year the country held its first post-war election. V́ou Genas won and became the first president of the Republic of Huy En. During his term in office he presided over the country's rapid modernization and began the process of de-Alotozation. By 1980, however, his popularity declined as the country entered a recession. As a result, Rid Gersan became the next president. He halted many of V́ou's programs before eventually banishing him from the nation. This latter move by President Rid cost him much of his support in the Eni Congress.
President Rid rescinded V́ou's banishment in 1985, allowing him to return to the country and serve in the Eni Congress. Those loyal to V́ou elected him Prime Minister in the following year. The two opposing forces cooperated for the new few years, albeit with much distrust.
The V́ou Era
President Rid died under mysterious circumstances at the beginning of his third term in 1993. V́ou resumed his role as acting president until another election could be organized. In 1994 he was confirmed by the Eni Congress as the official president of Huy En once again. Despite the legality of V́ou's ascension to the presidency, this move did not come without its consequences. Many congressmen accused V́ou of being involved with President Rid's death. In 1997, a bomb was detonated outside of the Malas Unity and Freedom Party Headquarters in Ridmark. Nine of the congressmen accusing V́ou of corruption were killed in the attack. Nevertheless, Kuulist anarchists were blamed for the attack on the MUF HQ.
Modern Huy En
President V́ou won his fifth consecutive term in 2020, making him the longest serving member of the Eni government.
Huy En is a presidential republic, having adopted this system in 1996. The incumbent president, V́ou Genas, holds most of the power as head of state. Currently, the Malas Unity and Freedom Party holds a majority in the Eni Congress with 24 out of 39 seats occupied by its members.