The Union of Sovereign Proletarian Kingdoms (Russian: Союз Суверенных Пролетарских Королевств, also called Russia) is a federative nation located on Eastern and Northern Europe, Northern Asia and Northwestern America.
Alexander II, the Liberator, ascended to the throne of the Russian Empire in March 26, 1855. He was a notably liberal emperor, one of the first so in the Romanov Dynasty. Alexander started several reforms. In 1860, he started a friendly relationship with the Hispanic Federation. The year after, under the Spanish model, he ended serfdom, making all people in the Empire equal before the law.
In 1873, under pressure from the lower classes of the Russian Empire, Alexander declared that the Russian Empire would be reformed into a constitutional monarchy. The Emperor became just the executive head of the state, and the legislative power went into the hands of a bicameral congress, composed of the Council of the Bourgeoise (which contained the noblemen and the richest politicians) and the Council of the Proletarians (which contained almost everyone else in the Russian government and several elected politicians).
The reforms did not stop in the liberation of the poor, or proletarians, how it became law to call the poor in the Empire. The new council had taken the Hispanic Federation as an inspiration. It was the perfect example on how could a monarch liberalize and free the peoples without losing it's throne. Russia started moving into more federalist lines, until finally, in November 8, 1881 (just months after Alexander's death), the Russian Empire ended, giving the start to the more democratic Union of Sovereign Proletarian Kingdoms.
The Emancipation of Labour Party came to power when they became the majority of the Council of Proletarians (renamed the Soviet in 1892) in the elections on November 8, 1890. The young politician Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov became the head of government of the USPK. The Emancipation of Labour Party was an extremely Marxist political party. In 1892, the Council was renamed the Soviet, and the Council of the Bourgeoise was destroyed. Alexander III was made all but a puppet.
In 1894, the USPK had a fall-out with the Hispanic Federation, which was growing more democratic while the USPK was growing less. The situation reached a critic point after Nicholas II was deposed (and killed) in July 17, 1915 by Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili, the leader of an ultra-conservative branch of the Labour Party, which staged a coup d'etat.
Under Jughashvili (who later was known as Stalin in most of the media press and the colloquial language)'s control, the USPK became a centralized dictatorship.
Return to the Early Socialist means
Leon Trotsky, former co-leader of the Emancipation of Labour Party, separated from the party in 1921, when Stalin's policies became, according to Trotsky's words. "too different to true Socialism to be acceptable". He founded a new party, the Mensheviks, which derives from the word minority in Russian, since only a minority of the Emancipation of Labour's politicians joined it.
In 1922, Menshevik forces (supported by most of the Russian people) were able to capture the city of Moskva, the capital of the Kingdom of Muscovy. This gave start to the Russian Civil War, which after three years, ended with the defeat (and assassination) of Stalin, and reformation of the monarchy with Mikhail Aleksandrovich Romanov as Emperor and Trotsky as Chief of the Soviet. The Council of Bourgeoise was re-instated, and Alexei Nicolaevich was named it's chief to compense him for losing the throne.
main article: Administrative Divisions of the USPK
The USPK is divided into several Sovereign Proletarian Kingdoms. They are: