The People's Federation of Indonesia is a Communist republic in South Asia, the Pacific and Northern Oceania.
The People's Federation of Indonesia was created in 1941, when the popular People's Party of Indonesia launched a civil war against what was at the time the British Indonesian Territory. Supported by the People's Republic of Uigher, the PPI seized control of the nation within four months. It was officially entered into the People's Union of Eurasia in early 1942.
At the dawn of the first Great War, the Imperial World Council invaded the PFI. The Indonesian Campaign was a great success. Almost all Indonesian resistance was crushed within a year. Indonesia surrendered on 1944. However, holdouts of the People's Party of Indonesia remained. These holdouts allied with the formerly outlawed Muslim Indonesia Movement, a Islamic group which attempted to seize power during the aftermath of the invasion. PPI and MIM troops managed to retake the outlying Islands by 1945; it launched an invasion of Indonesia, Thailand and Papua. The Indonesian flag flew in the capital city, Singapore, by 1948. All of IWC Indonesia fell to the rebels by 1951.
During the post-war period, Indonesia and the rest of Asia fared well. The Republic of China became the economic center of Asia, despite being on economic odds with the PUE. Indonesia was on somewhat better terms with RoC then it appeared; much trade flowed through India between the two. However, internal tensions were building. The PPI declared that all members must renounce their religion, and launched several reforms that made life difficult for religious persons. This led to the creation of a large group of poor, desperate and highly fanatical that was easy for MIM to control. MIM, already somewhat hostile due to its near exclusion from the center of power, finally launched a widespread revolt in late 1961. The two sides continued fighting for the next four years. The rebellion officially ended in 1966, with the Treaty of Singapore. The treaty demanded that all anti-religious reforms be rescinded, the PPI and MIM disband, and the return to the one-party system under the new Muslim Socialist Coalition. Some radical houldouts would remain for years after.
The Indonesia, Uigher and India signed a treaty of nearly free trade in 1996. This caused some talk of exclusion from the PUE. However, this has not occurred by 2010. Several democracy movements sprung up in the meantime. The latest, People's Democratic Union, controls nearly 30 percent of the vote, though the party is prohibited from running. It is possible that Indonesia will become a fully democratic nation in the future.
The PFI is formally a presidential democracy. However, only one party is legal, the Muslim-Socialist Coalition. This means that in practice all real democracy in conducted inside the party. Approximately 50 percent of Indonesians are party members. Of the rest, 30 percent support the outlawed People's Democratic Union, 10 percent support the radical Islamic Party of Indonesia, and 10 percent are listed as neutral. The military has traditionally been a large part of Indonesian Government. The country was indeed formed by war and revolution. Recently, though, steps have been taken to prevent current military officials from running for positions in the larger Government.