Polish Confederation

Entity Information

Territories: Poland, kalliningrad, Lithuania and Latvia
Capital: Warsaw
Languages: Polish, Russian, Lithuanian, Latvian
Population: 42000000

Government Information

Government Form: Federal constitutional republic

President : Vizimir Duda
Secretary of State: Natalia Blakzin
Other Government Officials:
Secretary of defense: Radzik Nolokotov
Secretary of treasury: Micha Zuzanna
Federation Intelligence Agency: Jaskier Sapkowski

Summary

The polish confederation is a federal republic consisting of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and former Russian kallingrad.

History

In the late stages of World War 2, Wladyslaw Sikorski began organizing the pieces for a united Polish state. After a brief scare with an aircraft near Gibraltar, Sikorski began pushing hard for the free Polish people. When Soviet troops refused to allow Polish troops to reenter their country, Sikorski coordinated with Allied forces and in 1953 waged war against the Soviets. This Polish revolution resulted in the acquisition of all Poland, Latvia, the region of Kaliningrad/Konigsberg, and Lithuania. With Soviet forces beaten down from the world war 2, the USSR had no choice but to accept the Polish victory. In 1955, peace was arranged and the First Polish Republic was formed. Sikorski was elected as the first president of the Republic and oversaw the creation of a constitution. Originally, the Poles were going to allow Lithuania and Latvia to become independent nations but the threat of the USSR kept Latvian and Lithuanian officials decided to retain in the Republic for military protection. In 1958, the Polish republic was reorganized and reformed into the Polish Confederation giving Latvia, Kaliningrad and Lithuania more political power in an expanded Congress. Sikorski was again elected as President the first of the Confederacy. In 1963, Sikorski retired from politics and passed away a few weeks after, his daughter Zofia Lesniowska was elected as President of the Confederation becoming the first female leader of the nation. Lesniowska led to several reforms that brought increased capitalism into the Confederacy as well as stronger federalization under Warsaw. By 1967, the Polish Confederation had fully recovered from World War 2 and the revolution. After winning her third presidential election in 1968, Lesniowska pushed for presidential term limits that were not yet instilled and implemented liberal policies such as expanded universal health care, state funded pension and controlled secondary education prices. The 1970s saw Lesniowska leave office as a beloved leader who left the Confederation a wealthy nation, but by this point the USSR had begun to threaten Eastern Europe again and the election was a heated one between hard right Gregory Zhukov and centrist Anatoly Granzhal. Zhukov won by just a few votes and immediately began pushing a hardline militarization of the Confederate military. Zhukov would serve all three terms of his presidency forming the outline of the modern military doctrine and saw the explosion of Confederate markets in the early 80's. Jorgen Wapinski won the presidency then and ran into the late 80s recession that saw the Polish economy nearly crash, his inability to address this situation would cost him re-election as serves as the only president who has served a single term. Donald Tusk a former entrepreneur and business owner became president during the 90's, he removed regulations and environmental protections for hasty short term economic recovery. His brash leadership rubbed his fellow Europeans in the wrong way and despite his short comings as a political figure in 1990's Europe recovered Poland from the late 80's recession. WIP