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Democratic Revolution and Liberation Day Celebrations Held across Adhomai and Beyond!

 

The anniversary of the declaration of the Democratic People’s Republic of Adhomai has finally reached its fourth year. While it has been a short time in our people’s history, the gears of revolution turn fast, and the toil of the common Tajara has accomplished much under our government and army. In just a year and a half of peace, we have sewn our ideology of freedom for the Tajara peoples across the stars to Gakal’zaal and continue to provide Tajara abroad with assistance for their own struggles. Refugee families, clergymen, workers, soldiers, politicians and commanders have all gathered to celebrate this auspicious day in their own ceremonies.  

Shastar City has rung in the holiday in the typical fashion: With fireworks and fire bombs alike. Pro-military government riots began at approximately 8:56 AM local time with a crowd setting fire to several warehouses before beginning a march west through the city. Shouted slogans of the ALA preceded the wave of violence that these rioters brought to the boroughs of Shastar City.  Police response was heavy to try and contain the riots, but several groups of counter-protestors were assaulted and battered before law enforcement could assist. In spite of these attacks President Harrlala and her cabinet took to the Heroes of Gakal’zaal square for her address. The freshly-built monument resembled more so an army camp than a park. Riot squads and barricades were put in to prevent any clashes from protestors. In attendance were hundreds of members of the Free Assembly and invited citizens. Taking the stage and standing between two massive banners of our nation and before a impressive statue of a liberator, the President opened the ceremony with a speech: 

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“Every year comes this day to remember what Tajara fought for and always fight for. Peace. Unity. A dream for all Tajara regardless of race, culture, or class, to live free and happy. It is a dream that is in the hands of the people. Like a flame it must be nurtured against the winds that wish to snuff it out and leave the Tajara in the darkness. It is nurtured by all of society, from the farmer to the doctor to the scientist. People like fireman Oakir La’nzharr, who saved the lives of twelve people with his quick thinking. People like doctor Jurlma Khazmrrr, credited with halting an outbreak of disease in Trizar. It is the efforts of these heroes who carry on the burning torch of Al’mariism, and may it never be extinguished!”

Following her address the President began to hand medals to civilian heroes from the Republic. Notable recipients of the Adhomai Hero of the Liberation Medal this year include documentary filmmaker Ianna Rarrr-mak and anti-child homelessness philanderer Timak Ojakrr.  At the ceremony’s end, the President entered a motorcade bound for the city railyard. There she joined with Supreme Commander Nated to attend a gala organized by Crevan mayor Mazula Azaula in a luxury train. Invitations to this gala were also sent to the Rrhaza-Akhran who opted to instead attend their local festivities for this year. 

Northern Ras’nrr’s Rrhaza-Akhran, Ahem Kah’nirir, has once again denied any requests to hold celebrations in his administered lands. Citing that the holiday was a distraction from reconstruction efforts, the commander ordered his troops to stop any celebrations from taking place for the day. Ahem’s ongoing blockage of routes to the protected Rhazkjara Valley has also dampened spirits among the workers and resettlers there. Despite that, small feasts were held and dedicated to Commander Hro’rammhad for his assistance there.  

The isle of Amohda has for the second time this year been awash in cultural fervor. Swordsman lodges held massive tournaments for the day with local army officers both officiating and participating. The regional capital was filled with cheering crowds as Rrhaza-Akhran Rahman Hadjuk directed a vast military parade in the streets of the city. Displayed in it was a great number of captured royalists and hadiists found on the island. These prisoners were pelted with stones and trash as they were forcefully marched in the parade. Rahman later delivered a two hour long speech speaking on his wishes to grant his children a unified Amohda and discussing the significance of the Amohdan heritage. He had also taken the time to decry the civilian government and President Harrlala for ordering the army to stand down during the Chaniska border conflict. 

Southern Harr’masir’s people had a day filled with festivals and fairs. Celebrations organized by Rrhaza-Akran Muhr’fal’s administration took place to commemorate the victories of the Second Revolution. All denizens of the continent were free to enjoy the festivities of drinking and shooting competitions, concerts, and zhsfram races. Rrhaza-Akran Muhr’fal himself participated in some events in Dolor, at one point wowing an entire crowd of on-lookers as he fired precise shots into distant targets with a repeater rifle. Following that the Rrhaza-Akran retired to a nearby lake to fish with his extended family. Incidents of banditry were expectedly low this day. Local authorities say this is likely because of criminals choosing to celebrate the occasion with their families rather than continue their raids.   

Abroad, Tajara commemorated this day with the same patriotism as any citizen on Adhomai. The planet of Gakal’zaal had smaller personal celebrations in their homes. Parties gathered to drink, dance, and listen to once-banned music from home. The military on Gakal’zaal were unable to participate in the day however due to the continued raids of the Yizarus Brigade on the planet. Spirits were also high among the Tajara of Biesel. At the “Little Adhomai” district of Mendell City, local community leaders organized their yearly party at a local plaza. Among the numerous events held there was also an impromptu concert by the band “Bloodstorm”, who reportedly showed up uninvited by organizers and took a stage meant for a rival DJ. 

Supreme Commander Nated himself met with researchers at the Shastar Technical University to congratulate them on advancements in tank technology. Before the Supreme Commander departed to join President Harrlala at the Shastar City railyard, he spoke with the press gathered at the university’s campus. 

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“It is important to remember what this holiday truly represents. Tajara are a people who survived the worst the enemy could muster. Corporate enslavement, despotism, destructive ideologies, none of it mattered against the might of the united Tajara people! It is a glorious thing to behold. Celebrate, be with family and friends, praise the greatness of our leaders and respect those who fought for the democratic republic to be able to have this day.”

 

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National Assembly Continues the Infrastructure Effort: the Nation to be Connected Through the Extranet

 

Inspired by the success of the early construction efforts of the Republic, President Almrah Harrlala has presented to the National Assembly another plan to modernize the nation. The Digitial Telecommunications Project aims to construct further infrastructure to expand the Extranet coverage across the country. Towers, communication hubs, and cables will be installed in the territory under the civilian administration. The project has the objective of connecting the population and the government agencies through the Extranet. Current governmental physical archives are also being digitalized to facilitate access and storage of information.

To bring the Extranet into the Al'mariist homes, the Shastar Technical University has revealed its newest personal computer model: the Az'Mar-63. Developed and manufactured solely with national technology, the Az'mar-63 is an inexpensive and reliable machine. The computer runs the first DPRA-made operational system: ALMN/OS. The Digitial Telecommunications Project includes incentives for the production and distribution of the Az'Mar-63 with popular prices.

While well-received by most of the National Assembly. The Adhomian Blue Party opposed the project, claiming that rare-earth mining needed for the construction of the infrastructure and manufacturing of the computers damages the environment. This concern was addressed by President Harrlala with a promise of expanding the national reserves in the future. Junta representatives complained that the initiative did not include any of their current territories. President Almrah explained the exception with a brief declaration to the Assembly:

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"The military territories have been excluded from the Digitial Telecommunications Project because of the current restrictions placed upon the civilian administration. They are unable to operate within the Liberation Army lands due to the internal barriers created by the continued existence of the juntas. The Democratic People's Republic must respect its jurisdiction; the civilian government can not interfere in the affairs of the military. If they want for prosperity to touch their lands, fulfill the promises made - surrender their control to elected representatives.''

Despite the complaints lodged by some Liberation Army elements, the project was approved by the National Assembly. The infrastructure work and distribution of the terminals starts this month.

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Esoteric Rally is Held in Shastar City
 

While the people of Shastar City are already accustomed to the political demonstrations frequently held in the capital, today's march has left the locals perplexed. A large group of Tajara gathered this morning in the city's main square to show support to what they called "Ancient Tajara Theory' - an esoteric belief that proposes that the Tajara are descendants from a now-extinct race native to Adhomai's center. Dressed in linen robes, fur coats, and costumes imitating mythological figures, the crowd walked through the streets waving banners depicting tall Tajara inside caves, images of highly advanced cities emerging from ice sheets, drawing of Adhomai displaying a hollow core, and other esoteric symbols. The gathering was accompanied by chanting and the Mah Kii.

The group quickly attracted the attention of the city's inhabitants because of their eccentricity; while most were content with only watching the demonstration from afar with a puzzled expression on their faces, some residents joined the manifestation. The police were present, but the officers decided to stay clear from the march due to the lack of any kind of counter-protest. The rally stopped at the Heroes of Gakal'zaal square in the afternoon. Debates, theater plays, movie screenings, and musical shows were held throughout the night. The gathering dispersed as the dawn broke.

he spokesperson for the demonstration explained that the march was organized to show the level of support that the Ancient Tajara Theory has and to bring its believers together to socialize. The event was organized through the extranet and attracted Tajara from all across the nation; some participants claim to have come from Tau Ceti just to attend.

Sevyan Zahawi, a self-proclaimed Tajaran anthropologist from Mezuma, gave a brief testimony to the reporters on-site:

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"The Ancient Tajara Theory is very important to them; it is how they can uncover their true past and secure their deserved future. This one has seen clear evidence of the existence of the Ancient Tajara civilization on the extranet - entire cities frozen in ice at the poles."

Khrazmrrug Minorsky, a Hharar Tajara wearing a helmet resembling a Ha'rron's head, eagerly explained his motivations to take part in the movement:

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"The Ancient Tajara is a rallying symbol for them! They must unite under a common ancestry and reclaim Adhomai for once. They will free their people from the influence of the alien when they become strong as they were before!"

Agashka Erakat, a Shastar City native present during the march, spoke to the reporters:

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"She does not really believe in any of this stuff. But she finds the theories, stories, and the overall community very interesting. She had a lot of fun here today."

The event's organization thanked everyone involved and promised to hold another manifestation next year. Shastar City's administration and the National Assembly did not comment on the event.

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Liberation Army Research Division Reports Setback in the Nuclear Program

 

The Liberation Army development department has delivered a worrying report on the situation of the nuclear program to the National Assembly today. Progress has halted in the past two months due to extensive equipment damage. Computers and the centrifuges used in uranium enrichment are breaking down at an alarming rate. The nuclear program has already spent most of its budget on repairs and replacement parts; at least one-third of the installations are currently inoperative. Liberation Army command suspect that this might be deliberate sabotage. To continue with the research, the development department asked for extra funds from the National Assembly.

Ex-interim President Brajrr Alnadruskiy, speaking on behalf of the Free Tajaran People's Party, denounced the Hadiist state as the likely perpetrator of this attack; he urged the National Assembly to divert extra funds to the nuclear program. The Adhomian Blue Party urged Supreme Commander Nated to permanently close all installations, citing a possible meltdown risk. Commander Hotak suggested deploying his agents to investigate the personnel to identify any possible saboteurs. The National Adhomai Worker's Party agreed with offering more funds, however, they requested that technicians from the Shastar Technical University be brought to help identify the source of the problem. Rrhaza-Akhran Rahman Hadjuk blamed Hadiist spies in a long speech; he did not contribute any further to the discussion. Commander Muharajuurl Muhr'Fal supported the National Adhomai Worker's Party's plan. Ahem Kah'nrir went on a long tirade on how the alien powers were behind the breakdown; he claimed that they were using microwave rays deployed from satellites on Adhomai's orbit to damage the nuclear plants.

After consulting with Supreme Commander Nated, President Almrah Harrlala proposed a solution to tackle the issue: besides offering extra funds, a commission of technicians involved in the Digitial Telecommunications Project and military researchers will be formed to localize the source of the malfunctions. The proposal also includes deploying the Adhomai Joint Intelligence Committee to investigate any possible foreign connection to the incidents; Supreme Commander Nated decided against using Hotak's Commandos because of the current civilian involvement. This proposal was quickly accepted by the National Assembly.

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Investigation Reveals Alien Power Behind the Sabotage of the Nuclear Program

 

The commission to investigate the accidents that halted the nuclear program has returned to the National Assembly with concerning news. The source of the damage was a computer virus that had infiltrated the nuclear plants' systems. Computer hardware and centrifuges would become prone to overheating as the virus disables its safety measures. After further investigation, the technicians discovered that the malware was likely created by the Jargon Federation. 

After the commission explained their findings, the National Assembly exploded into yells of "Ratajani" and "Alien Imperialists". Ex-interim President Brajrr Alnadruskiy, banging his fist vigorously against his table, denounced the Federation in a short speech:

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"Once again, the alien has tried to steal the Future of the Tajara. This is unacceptable! They should not stand here and tolerate this blatant violation of their sovereignty - the Jargon Federation is actively planning their downfall! President Harrlala, she must stand against this! Do something as their elected leader! They call for be retribution!"

The Free Tajaran People's Party, the Followers of Nated, and Rrhaza-Akhran Rahman Hadjuk applauded Brajrr's words. The Adhomian Blue Party remained silent. Commander Ahem Kah'nrir suddenly left the Assembly and did not take part in the rest of the meeting. After the commotion subsided, President Almrah Harrlala addressed the National Assembly:

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"Despite this attempt against the freedom of the Tajara, they must continue with the Al'mariist dream. This will not be the last time foreign powers will attempt to stop them; the Tajara people does not surrender. The Democratic People's Republic fights for its people. Some day they will stand as tall as any other state - their enemies fear this day!"

National Adhomai Worker's Party, Commander Kahan Hro'rammhad, and Muharajuurl Muhr’Fal hailed Harrlala's speech. Kyff Hotak vowed revenge. Supreme Commander Nated advised against any harsh measures for now.

The systems used in the nuclear programs have been already upgraded against the Skrellian virus. President Harrlala and Supreme Commander Nated decided to keep the commission active to protect the project against any future sabotage attempt. The facilities are expected to be fully operational in a few weeks. How the malware infiltrated the research computers is still unknown.

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