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The Authority of the Kurdistan Administration is a nation led by The General Assembly on the continent of Asia. The Authority of the Kurdistan Administration's government is a Democratic Republic with very conservative social policies. Economically, The Authority of the Kurdistan Administration favors left wing policies. The official currency of The Authority of the Kurdistan Administration is the Kurdish Riyal. At 233 days old, The Authority of the Kurdistan Administration is an old nation. The Authority of the Kurdistan Administration has a population of 1,653,273 and a land area of 10,398.00 sq. miles. This gives it a national average population density of 159.00. Pollution in the nation is a problem. The citizens' faith in the government is completely depleted with an approval rating of 0%.


 

''Kurdish Administration''

A.K.A. State of Kurdistan

A.K.A. Rojhilate Kurdistane

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An autonymous self-declared semi-republic in northern iraq, after being marginalised for over 100 years, they start a political referendum for independence in 2017! despite this, the iraqi government threatended sanctions, so baluchistan, the United kingdom and Nashdar worked together to make some sort of resolution, were kurdistan will be completely autonymous/independent but wont be a ''nation of sorts'' like how Palestine is.

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How this was achieved:

The Iraqi civil war (2013-2018):

The Iraqi Civil War, which lasted from 2013 to 2018, was a devastating period in the history of Iraq. The conflict was marked by violence, displacement, and political instability, with multiple groups vying for control of the country. One group that played a significant role during this time was the Kurds, an ethnic group with a long history in the region.

The Kurds, who primarily inhabit the mountainous areas of Iraq, Turkey, Syria, and Iran, have been fighting for their autonomy and independence for decades. In Iraq, the Kurdish region is known as Kurdistan, and it has its own government and military forces, the Peshmerga. The Iraqi Civil War provided the Kurds with an opportunity to assert their power and protect their people.

However, the conflict was not a clear-cut one for the Kurds. While they had long-standing grievances against the Iraqi government, they also faced a common enemy in the form of the !@#$ (IS), also known as Daesh. The extremist group, which had gained control over large parts of Iraq and Syria, posed a grave threat to the Kurdish people and their aspirations for independence.

In the early stages of the civil war, the Kurds focused on securing their own territory and protecting their people from the violence. They also played a crucial role in the fight against the IS, with the Peshmerga forces being one of the most effective in battling the extremist group. The Kurds were able to push back the IS and prevent them from gaining a foothold in their region.

The Kurds also used the opportunity of the civil war to strengthen their position and assert their autonomy. In 2014, while Iraq was embroiled in the conflict, the Kurdish region held a referendum on independence, with an overwhelming majority voting in favor of breaking away from Iraq. This move was met with resistance from the Iraqi government, but it solidified the Kurds' determination to achieve self-rule.

As the war continued, the Kurds faced challenges from both the IS and the Iraqi government. In 2017, the Iraqi military, with the support of the United States, launched an offensive to retake the city of Kirkuk from Kurdish control. This sparked clashes between the Peshmerga forces and the Iraqi army, resulting in casualties on both sides.

Despite these challenges, the Kurds continued to play a significant role in the war. They provided support to other ethnic and religious groups affected by the conflict, such as the Yazidis, who were targeted by the IS. The Kurdish region also became a safe haven for thousands of displaced people, including Arabs and Christians, who fled the violence in other parts of Iraq.

In 2018, the Iraqi government declared victory against the IS, effectively ending the civil war. The Kurds, who had played a crucial role in defeating the extremist group, were left with a bittersweet victory. While they had helped bring an end to the violence, they also faced setbacks in their quest for independence.

In the aftermath of the civil war, tensions between the Iraqi government and the Kurds continued. The Kurds accused the government of not fulfilling their promises of autonomy, while the government was wary of the Kurds' quest for independence. However, in late 2019, protests erupted in Baghdad and other parts of Iraq, with many calling for an end to corruption and sectarianism in the government. The Kurds also joined these protests, highlighting their shared grievances with the rest of the country.

In conclusion, the Kurds played a crucial role in the Iraqi Civil War from 2013 to 2018. They not only fought against the IS but also used the opportunity to strengthen their position and assert their autonomy. While the war may have ended, the Kurds' struggle for self-rule and recognition continues, as they navigate the complex political landscape of Iraq.

Referendum for independence in 2017:

In September 2017, the Kurdish people of Iraq voted in a historic referendum for independence from the central Iraqi government. The results were overwhelming, with 97% of the vote in favor of independence. This marked a significant moment for the Kurdish people, who have long fought for self-determination and recognition as a distinct nation. However, the central Iraqi government, as well as neighboring countries, did not support the idea of Kurdish independence. In order to find a compromise, a deal was made between the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG), Iraq, Nashdar, Baluchistan, and the UK. This deal would make Kurdistan an independent entity, but not a fully recognized state until a second referendum is held in 2027.

The Kurdish people have a long history of struggle and resilience. They are an ethnic group with a distinct culture, language, and identity, and have lived in the region of Kurdistan for centuries. However, despite their strong sense of national identity, they have been denied the right to self-determination and have faced persecution and discrimination at the hands of various governments. In Iraq, they have faced oppression and marginalization under the rule of Saddam Hussein, and even after his removal, the central government has failed to fully recognize and protect their rights.

In the face of this long-standing oppression, the Kurdish people have consistently called for independence. The 2017 referendum was a culmination of years of struggle and a chance for the Kurdish people to express their desire for self-rule. The high turnout and overwhelming majority vote in favor of independence showed that this was not just a small group of individuals, but a collective desire of the Kurdish people.

However, the central Iraqi government, as well as neighboring countries such as Turkey and Iran, strongly opposed the referendum. They argued that it would lead to further instability in the region and could potentially lead to the breakup of Iraq. The international community also expressed concerns over the potential for violence and instability. In response to these concerns, the KRG, along with the governments of Nashdar, Baluchistan, and the UK, came up with a compromise solution.

Under this deal, Kurdistan would become an independent entity, with its own government and control over its resources. It would have its own flag, anthem, and other national symbols, and would have the right to conduct foreign relations. However, it would not be recognized as a fully independent state until a second referendum is held in 2027. This second referendum would be a chance for the Kurdish people to reaffirm their desire for independence, and it would also give the international community time to assess the situation and make a decision.

This deal has been seen as a win-win situation for both the Kurdish people and the central Iraqi government. It allows the Kurdish people to have a sense of autonomy and self-rule, while also addressing the concerns of the central government and the international community. It also shows a willingness to compromise and find a peaceful solution to a long-standing issue.

However, there are also concerns about the second referendum being delayed for another decade. Some fear that this could lead to further instability and could potentially undermine the initial referendum results. There are also concerns about how the entity of Kurdistan will be governed in the interim period, and whether it will have the necessary resources and support to effectively govern itself.

It is clear that the Kurdish people have waited for far too long to exercise their right to self-determination. The 2017 referendum was a significant step towards this goal, but the compromise deal shows that the road to independence is not always straightforward. It requires patience, diplomacy, and compromise from all parties involved. The second referendum in 2027 will be a crucial moment for the Kurdish people to once again reaffirm their desire for independence and for the international community to recognize their right to self-determination. Until then, the entity of Kurdistan will continue to strive towards building a strong, stable, and prosperous nation for its people.

Insurgency:


The Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, has long been a thorn in the side of the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) in Iraq. The Turkish-based militant group has been fighting for Kurdish independence for decades and has carried out numerous deadly attacks in the region. However, the recent spate of car bomb attacks by the PKK in the Kurdish capital of Erbil and other cities, has reignited the long-standing feud between the KRG and the PKK.

The first car bomb attack in Erbil took place on January 18th, 2018, when a suicide bomber detonated a car bomb near the Asayish security headquarters, killing 50 people and injuring over 100. The KRG condemned the attack and blamed the PKK, stating that the group was using the Kurdish people as pawns in their pursuit of independence. This attack was followed by another car bomb attack on April 21st, 2018, which killed 10 people and injured over 20 in the Kurdish capital.

But the deadliest attack by the PKK came on October 28th, 2018, in the city of Kirkuk, where a car bomb killed 63 people and injured over 100. This attack was particularly devastating, not only for the high number of casualties but also because the PKK left a note claiming responsibility, stating that the KRG had betrayed the Kurdish people by not supporting their quest for independence.

The KRG's relationship with the PKK has always been complicated, with the KRG officially denouncing the group and labeling them as a terrorist organization. However, many believe that the KRG has turned a blind eye to the PKK's activities in the region, providing them with safe havens and resources. This has fueled the PKK's belief that the KRG is not doing enough to support their cause, leading to these deadly attacks.

The KRG has also accused the PKK of using the Kurdish people as human shields and jeopardizing their safety. The PKK's tactics, such as using car bombs in crowded areas, have not only resulted in the loss of innocent lives but have also damaged the KRG's reputation and stability.

The PKK's attacks have not only targeted the KRG but also neighboring countries, including Turkey and Syria. This has further complicated the situation, as these countries have often carried out cross-border military operations against PKK targets in the KRG's territory, causing tensions between the KRG and its neighbors.

Despite frequent condemnations and calls for peace from the KRG, the PKK's attacks have continued, with the latest one taking place on February 23rd, 2019, in Erbil, killing 12 people and injuring over 30. This relentless cycle of violence has left the Kurdish people living in fear and has hindered the KRG's efforts to establish stability and attract foreign investment.

The KRG has repeatedly urged the PKK to lay down their arms and peacefully resolve their grievances through dialogue. However, the PKK remains steadfast in their pursuit of independence and continues to carry out attacks, causing further strain on the already fragile relationship between the KRG and the PKK.

In conclusion, the feud between the KRG and the PKK has had devastating consequences for the Kurdish people, leading to a never-ending cycle of violence and instability in the region. It is high time for both parties to put aside their differences and work towards a peaceful resolution, as the innocent lives lost in these attacks cannot be justified by any cause. Only through unity and cooperation can the Kurdish people achieve their long-awaited dream of independence.


Basic Information
Nation Name: Kurdistan Administration VIP
Leader Name: The General Assembly
Nation ID: 554309
Awards:
Portrait:
Founded: 07/04/2023 (233 Days Old)
Last Activity: Active 3 hours ago
Discord Username:BaluchistanJamahiriya
Unique ID: 417ab377e61e462606c300c71
International Relations
Alliance: Apex Factory Alliance Flag
Junior Operator
Alliance Seniority:2 days
Color Trade Bloc: The FAP's White Cream
Commendations: 94
Denouncements: 15
Nation Page Visits: 6,872
Recent Visitors: VIP Only 2 nations from 2 alliances in past 24 hours
Economic
Population: 1,653,273
Infrastructure: 14,923.16
Land Area: 10,398 sq. miles
Avg Pop Density: 159.00 people/sq. mi
GDP: $1,140,943,401.00
GDP per Capita: $690.11
GNI: $-474,754,405.00
Economic Policies: Left
Currency: Currency Image Kurdish Riyal
Domestic
Government Type: Democratic Republic Govt Icon
Domestic Policy: Urbanization Urbanization Icon
Social Policies: Conservative
State Religion: Sunni Islam (Mainly) Sunni Islam (Mainly)
National Animal: National Animal ImageKurdish Golden Hawq
Approval Rating: 0% (-73.69)
Pollution Index: 357 points
Radiation Index: 74.52 R (Global: 93.25 R)
OBL Team: zeviyên Pêşmerge
Anthem:
Military
Nation Rank: #3,025 of 13,048 Nations (23.18%)
Nation Score: More Information 2,257.36
War Policy: Help Pirate Pirate Icon
Soldiers:
Casualties:
Killed:
176,829
1,759,486
1,216,405
Tanks:
Lost:
Destroyed:
5,046
87,621
54,576
Aircraft:
Lost:
Destroyed:
568
6,469
2,510
Ships:
Lost:
Destroyed:
77
551
280
Spies:
Lost:
Captured:
32
Unknown
Unknown
Missiles:
Launched:
Eaten:
55
66
13
Nuclear Weapons:
Launched:
Eaten:
0
0
2
Nation Stats
Infrastructure Destroyed: 34,085.49
Infrastructure Lost: 16,627.00
Money Looted: $364,255,366.04
Wars Won: 64
Wars Lost: 14
Bounties
Total Value of All Bounties:$6,500,000
Attrition$6,500,000
Map
12 Cities [M]
Nation Activity
02/21 11:28 pm - Kurdistan Administration declared war on New Spookland for the reason of "Arrgh!".
02/21 09:16 pm - Dwight k Schrute of Beets Motel has publicly denounced the nation of Kurdistan Administration.
02/21 04:48 pm - Nashdar of Nashdar has publicly commended the nation of Kurdistan Administration.
02/21 04:44 pm - King Ding-a-ling approved Kurdistan Administration's alliance application and set their alliance permissions to the default member position.
02/21 04:37 pm - Kurdistan Administration applied to join the alliance Apex Factory.
02/21 04:37 pm - Kurdistan Administration left the alliance The Commonwealth.
02/17 10:40 am - Kurdistan Administration changed their Color Trade Bloc from Gray to White.
02/11 12:18 am - Kurdistan Administration had war declared by Foj Gum for the reason of "Antarctic Counter".
02/10 11:10 pm - Kurdistan Administration had war declared by United States for Liberty for the reason of "Antarctica Counter".
02/10 10:28 pm - Kurdistan Administration had war declared by naleen for the reason of "An Anartica Counter just for you UWU".
02/10 10:27 pm - nill of naleen has publicly commended the nation of Kurdistan Administration.
02/10 10:22 pm - Kurdistan Administration declared war on The United Kingdom for the reason of "Nice nation, it would be a shame if...".
02/10 12:17 pm - Abdulah Ocalan of Pkk State has publicly commended the nation of Kurdistan Administration.
01/29 03:52 pm - Kurdistan Administration has publicly commended the nation of Kurdistan Republic led by Ilrych Moldova.
01/28 07:54 am - Kurdistan Administration declared war on Tamriellic Empire for the reason of "Nice Infra bro.".
01/27 11:42 pm - Kurdistan Administration has publicly commended the nation of Johnstown Territory led by Aaron JT.
01/27 07:26 pm - Kurdistan Administration has publicly denounced the nation of Lambland led by tyda.
01/27 07:21 pm - Kurdistan Administration declared war on Kingdom of Waterflow for the reason of "This, is, SPARTA!".
01/27 06:52 am - Kurdistan Administration declared war on Flemmen for the reason of "I am the LAW!".
01/26 11:46 pm - Aaron JT of Johnstown Territory has publicly commended the nation of Kurdistan Administration.
01/25 12:30 pm - Chady of Socialist maghreb has publicly commended the nation of Kurdistan Administration.
01/24 09:48 pm - Kurdistan Administration has publicly commended the nation of Socialist maghreb led by Chady.
01/24 09:47 pm - Kurdistan Administration has publicly denounced the nation of The Big One led by JustMe.
01/24 09:43 pm - Kurdistan Administration declared war on Asian Caliphate for the reason of "Uhhh".
01/24 09:39 pm - Kurdistan Administration declared war on Ginker for the reason of "This, is, SPARTA!".
01/24 09:38 pm - Kurdistan Administration declared war on Swords Legion for the reason of "A not-so-general dispute".
01/20 08:38 pm - Ali al Shammari of The fifth Iraqi Republic has publicly commended the nation of Kurdistan Administration.
01/20 09:08 am - Kurdistan Administration declared war on Mountain west for the reason of "I will have vengeance.".
01/20 09:06 am - Kurdistan Administration has publicly commended the nation of The fifth Iraqi Republic led by Ali al Shammari.
01/19 11:20 pm - Kurdistan Administration has publicly commended the nation of Borg led by Danzek.
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200 people injured, 30 people died, 11 of them being pregnant mothers, ironic

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Intelligence Agency
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Missile Launch Pad
Missile Launch Pad is a national project that allows you to build Missiles.