CENTRAL DISTRICT, Seidaikei (DFNS) - The Daikoku Federation News Services issued a review on the most important events in the year 2013 in the Daikoku Federation.
JANUARY 21 - President Caldeo and the National People's Party of San Andreas wins general elections
President Migs Caldeo of the then-People's State of San Andreas and the National People's Party of San Andreas won a landslide victory in the second general elections held in the country. The victory in the election further cemented President Caldeo's rule on the country and it also formed the future of the political system in the Daikoku Federation as the socialist National People's Party became the country's dominating political party.
JANUARY 24 - Dissolution Act signed
The Dissolution Act or State Law No. 2 refers to the legislature passed by the Fourth People's Assembly of San Andreas that announced the transition of the country into a parliamentary republic that would be called as the Democratic People's Republic of Urbonia.
FEBRUARY 21 - Coup attempt launched against President Caldeo
Dissident members of the San Andrean government launched a coup attempt against President Migs Caldeo, with General Vince Tambaoan being installed as the "president." In response, the Democratic People's Republic of Urbonia was established by President Caldeo earlier than the planned date on May 7. President Caldeo also pledged that he would defend his government - the rightful government of the newly-established republic.
FEBRUARY 25 - The Principality of Treisia is established
Karlos Luis Mozo Anioay established the Principality of Treisia on this day, with him becoming the leader of the country as the grand prince.
FEBRUARY 28 - Operation Nadeko
After a week of violence in the Democratic People's Republic of Urbonia, Urbonian loyalists aided by the Principality of Treisia launched an assault against the dissident rebel government in Shiro-shi, the then-capital of the Urbonian republic. It resulted to a victory for the joint loyalist Urbonian-Treisian forces, with the coup leaders being arrested and stripped of Urbonian citizenship.
APRIL 13 - The Daikoku Federation is formed
The Democratic People's Republic of Urbonia was not able to fully recover from the attempted coup d'etat and this brought President Caldeo to enter into negotiations with the Grand Prince of Treisia with the intention of forming a federal state consisting of both Urbonia and Treisia. This later resulted to a summit that saw the two leaders sign a treaty establishing the Daikoku Federation.
MAY 25 - The Constitution of the Daikoku Federation is signed
The signing of the Constitution of the Daikoku Federation further cemented the rule of the government of the Daikoku Federation throughout its territories and it also helped in establishing the current political system in the federation.
JUNE 21 - Daikoku People's Front unanimously wins first general elections
The Daikoku People's Front, a political front formed by the People's Party of Urbonia and Treisian independents (later becoming members of the People's Party of Treisia), won all the seats in the Federation's legislature, which cemented socialism's influence on the government of the Federation and resulted to the Daikoku People's Front becoming the dominant political party in the Federation.
AUGUST 26 - The Daikoku Federation annexes Misaka District into its territory
The Daikoku Federation, through a unanimously approved federal law, annexed Misaka district into the Federation's territory, which unknowingly resulted into a violation of the sovereignty of the State of Ariana and, allegedly, of the Republic of Kaleido. This would escalate into the tension in relations between the Daikoku Federation, the State of Ariana and the Republic of Kaleido.
SEPTEMBER 11 - The Daikoku Federation celebrates one year of socialism
The Daikoku Federation celebrated one year of socialism in the country in commemoration of the founding of the National People's Party of San Andreas, the predecessor and the origin of the Daikoku People's Front. The Daikoku People's Front held its 1st Party Congress to formalize its ideology of Daikoku socialism.
OCTOBER 24 - Territorial dispute ends between the Daikoku Federation and the State of Ariana with relations becoming tense with the Republic of Kaleido
The Daikoku Federation and the State of Ariana resolved the territorial dispute that exists between the two states through a treaty signed by the respective countries' leaders after a month of intense negotiations that nearly failed. The Republic of Kaleido, after pulling back from the negotiations, was outraged at the resolution of the territorial dispute between the two countries. This led to tense relations between the Daikoku Federation and the Republic of Kaleido.
OCTOBER 26 - Patrick Xavier Silerio resigns as Premier after losing vote of no confidence
Patrick Xavier Silerio, the first premier of the Federation, lost a vote of no confidence by the Federal Assembly after evidences surfaced of his failure to fulfill his duties. He was later purged from all positions in the Daikoku People's Front, and formally resigned from his position as a new government under Premier Marius Reyes was installed on November 1. He would later serve under Premier Reyes' government as the Supreme Judge of the Federal Court.
DECEMBER 8 - Daikoku People's Front adopts Rhine capitalism and social market system
The Daikoku People's Front, in its extraordinary 2nd Party Congress, announced reforms to its party ideology of Daikoku socialism by adopting Rhine capitalism and social market system as its economic principles.
DECEMBER 30 - Tensions following Republic of Kaleido's adoption of new foreign policy
The Republic of Kaleido adopted a new foreign policy called as the "One Philippine Micronation" policy which stated that the Republic of Kaleido is the sole leading micronation in the Republic of the Philippines and it does not recognize the existence of micronations which, they say, "have done unnecessary acts against the Republic of Kaleido." The Daikoku Federation, as well as the State of Ariana, expressed outrage over the decision as this violates the sovereignty of both nations. A peaceful resolution is yet to be achieved, while tensions are again increasing in the region.