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Saxo-Silesia was established in 1996 when a cultural unity between the German province Saxony and Polish Voivodeship Silesia was promoted by the government of the Czech Republic in 1993, without the knowledge of either Poland or Germany. Two years after the Czech promotion, the people of both Saxony and Silesia contacted their respective governments and requested immediate recognition of an independent Saxo-Silesian state. This request dismissed at first, but the people of both Saxony and Silesia protested for the establishment of their state, and were able to reach the hearts of the other people of Europe. After a whole year of immense protestation,from both Saxonians, Silesians and other European peoples, both the German and Polish governments agreed to let the Saxo-Silesian people have their independence, and on March 6, 1996, the Lower Saxo-Silesian Provincial State was established, and recognized by both the European Union and United Nations.
Provincial Government & Karl Sudét
Following the EU & UN recognition of the Saxo-Silesian State, the people formed the "Saxo-Silesian Peoples Federate Provincial Government" which worked as the main government body for the state. Karl Sudét became the 1st State Minister of Saxo-Silesia, after being selected by the Provincial Government. Karl Sudét would remain in office for fifteen years until his death in 2011.
Rise of the Saxo-Peoples Nationalist Free Party of Saxo-SIlesia & the Saxonian Split
Göri Hunsrüchemait was a Saxon nationalist and politician born in 1959. He was founder the Saxo-nationalist party "Saxo-Peoples Nationalist Free Party of Saxo-SIlesia" which would later rule the "Kingdom of Saxony", later in 2001. Göri Hunsrüchemait was born 1959, in East Germany. He would grow up studying law and economy, which would later serve him in life as a politician in Saxo-Silesia. He was born and raised in the German state Saxony, which he would grow quite fond of, and even develop a nationalist feeling about. He was opposed to the establishment of the Saxo-Silesian state, but did not want to leave his home province, so in 1996, he lost his German citizenship and became a official Saxo-Silesian citizen. When the Provincial Government was first established, he was proposed a seat in the "Economic and Foreign Affair Council" because of his Economic and Law education. He would accept the offer, and become a important role in the growth of the Saxo-Silesian state. Göri, however, would not lose his Saxo Nationalist views, bringing them with him into the world of Saxo-SIlesian politics. Three years later, in 1999, after actively playing his part as part of the Economic and Foreign Affair Council of Saxo-Silesia, he would be selected by the Provincial Government to have one of the 24 seats in the Saxo-Silesian Senate, which was a great role in the political affairs of the country. During this time, he would establish the "Saxo-Peoples Nationalist Free Party of Saxo-SIlesia", a nationalist party which, in the fears of the Senate, had views which expressed a desire for Saxony to split from the state. The party at first only had about 21 members, but it would increase when many displeased and/or nationalist Saxon politicians were contacted by the party. On July 2nd 1999, most of the party members, including Göri, would contact Karl Sudét and request that the most powerful of the party members would be given their own sub-division of the Provincial Government, which would deal with Saxon-only affairs. Karl Sudét completely refused the request of the party, saying that it was ridiculous. This displeased the members of the party, and they started plotting another scheme to acquire power in the Saxon party of Saxo-Silesia. The party would, without the knowledge of the Provincial Government or Karl Sudét, mass-feed Saxon propaganda and nationalism to the Saxon people of Saxo-Silesia. One year later, on July 15th, year 2000, the party had greatly influenced the people of the Saxon part of Saxo-Silesia, and they told the people that they would, on August 24th, commence a revolt against the Provincial Government and Karl Sudét, with their goal being the establishment of a independent Saxon state, apart from Saxo-Silesia. As they were told, the Saxon people initiated what they called "The August Revolution", and after many violent protests and demonstrations, the Provincial Government and Karl Sudét finally agreed to give the Saxons their independent state, with Göri Hunsrüchemait as the 1st Saxon Minister.