The Republic of Rangastan (Rangastani: Rangastiü Respublikasü), (Russian: PАНГАСTАН) is a country in Central Asia. From 1964-1991, it was a constituent in the Soviet Republic, governed by Constanteüs Güenger, who became their first president in 1991. It is bordered by Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Iran. Rangastan has had four presidents since its republic began in 1991, with the current president being Muhamed Naskovski.
The Rangastani Khanate (930 AD-1210 AD) Edit
The Rangastani (Arabic: رانغا) racial group began to spring up in parts of Central Asia and the Middle East as early as the 7th century B.C.E, but little of their history is known from this time. They were part of the Achaemenid Empire until it's dissolving in 330 B.C.E., whereupon it was claimed as part of the Seleucid Empire, the territory known as Rangis. The Sassanid Empire were the next to come in control of the Rangis province in 651 BC, instilling its first real monarch, a prince that was known as Abdulmir.
A large gape in Rangastani history exists between its control by the Sassanids until its independence as a Khanate, beginning in 930 AD. Rangis' first Khanate was Abdulmuhabedi the Liberator (919 AD-945 AD). The Rangastani Khanate controlled the region until 1210 AD, when the realm became a dynastic kingdom ruled by the Rangiet Dynasty beginning with Rangieü I (1180-1234).
The Rangiet Dynasty (1210 AD-1964) Edit
The Soviet Republic of Rangastan (1964-1991) Edit
The Republic of Rangastan (1991-present) Edit
Constanteüs Güenger (1991-2003) Edit
Following the dissolving of the Soviet Union in 1991, Rangastan was granted independence, and following an election Constanteüs was elected President of Rangastan, formally the President of the Republic of Rangastan. His monarch, Jesün Azühir Rangieü V was returned his powers in 1991 also, and worked tirelessly to displace Constanteüs and other former RPM members out from Rangastani politics. Constanteüs' right hand man was Kristieü Csükos (1940-), who served as Vice President of Rangastan (1991-2003). Jesün Azühir Rangieü V and his family were dispalced in 1993, when the monarchy was abolished in the Kristieü Csükos led revolts.
Jesün and his family were executed in 1993 in the Shü-Fühari Square in Ginjieü. Constanteüs became President with full powers, instigating the restored Rangastani Peoples Movement as the main political party and maintained control until 2003 when he was displaced by political rival and head of the Rangastani Liberal Party (Rangastani: Rangastiü Lihbak Vijec) Yüsef Zultan Kabaühri on June 15th 2003.
Yüsef Zultan Kabaühri (2003-2008)Edit
Unlike his predecessor, Kabaühri opened up to the wide world and enjoyed the company of other leaders and discussing Rangastan's affairs, particularly the 2006 bombings on the Güenger residence in Ugdü'Bebin, Ginjieü, which is widely said to be called by Kabaühri and his cabinet. In the spring of 2007 the RLP denied the RLAP (Rangastani Labour Party) to their call for elections, but after passing through government the laws were brought in for a people's vote for presidency. Kabaühri commented on the world stage in April of 2008 that he felt confident that the RLP would maintain, but RLAP leader and rival Madüzir Aziz'ri Ahfar was gaining popularity. By the time of mid 2008 elections, the RLP emerged with a 47.42% of votes, but the RLAP won with a 56.42% margin, establishing Madüzir Aziz'ri Ahfar as president, the first RLAP president in Rangastan.
Madüzir Aziz'ri Ahfar (2008-2010)=Edit
After the 2008 elections, Madüzir Aziz'ri Ahfar