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The state of SUHUD
Suhuh obtained its independence in 1954 after the failed Egyptian revolution of 1952. The region, then singular was originally designated to be a buffer Egypt needed from the hostile and newly formed state of Israel. After two years of fighting for its independence and other global issues arising, Egypt’s president Nagib accepted the independence of the state and welcomed its commitment for Egypt’s security from any Eastern aggressor. Along with many other reasons, Nagib was dismissed and placed under house arrest but by now Suhud had truy found its indepence and Egypt had other worries with the Suez to concern themselves with ‘Suhudan Deltas’.
The now independent state of Suhud struck its fortune in 1955 with a small oil field just outside of Kapu city but in 1979 the discovery of its deep oil fields across the Hulmutt region entered it into the Middle East race for wealth. Lead by the ousted and banned Watani party of Egypt, the small state flourished and expanded its few settlements with industrial, and military districts, concrete highways and railways. With the investment from western architects, contractors and machinery, the country was transformed and in just 10 years, boasted 9 main cities, many substantial towns and 100s of tribal villages.
Suhud is made up of three regions, to the North and centre is Carrasis, and its two main cities, Mogal City to its far North and Carrasis City in its center. The Carssis region boasts the wealthier and more industrial districts but not nothing to compare to the capitol of Carrack, which sits just inside the Zungula region on the Carrasis and Hulmutt regional lines.
Carrasis is also quite a mountainous region and a few of the deltas and oasis form at the mountains base.
Hulmutt region is the largest of the three regions and is made up of many tribal towns and villages. It has three cities, its Northern city is Gamboa, its central city is Hulmutt City and its southern city is Bokashu. All three city’s are linked together by an independent railway and highway that then joins the main routes that span the rest of Suhud. Many oil fields and pipelines cross the Hulmutt region and a number of large industrial service stations dot its landscape. With a mixed verity of rolling hills and plains Hulmutt is also home to the few Suhudian military airfields and short to long range anti aircraft weapons.
Zungula region is the capitol region with the capitol of Carrack within its regional line. Heavily militarized and boasting four cities including the capitol, Zungula has a much more western take on its towns and cities allowing western conglomerates to have retail outlets with its cities. The other three cities starting with its east central city are Borkhel, which is also home to the Suhudian MOD (ministry of defense) and its huge military base. The second city is Zungula City, which is the largest of all the Suhudian cities, although it does house the poorest districts of Suhud. Originally, Zungula city was the capitol but after completion of Carrack city in 1967 and the moving of parliament and government, Zungula suffered and many of its prosperous districts became empty and left many other districts to an incompetent and underfunded council.
The Third city the Zungula region and its most southern is Kapu, similar to Bokashu it benefits from oil fields and an industrial heart. Kapy plastics are a huge commodity and shipped across the world. The river of Abua starts in the Abua delta and runs past Kapu city, leading to the Gulf of Aqaba. Allowing Suhud to make use of the logistical distribution of Saudi Arabia. A huge network of train lines also feeds into Egypt and to Nuweibaa and its commercial airport.
List of presidents.
1954 – 1960 – Amir Abu Hakim
1960 – 1962 – Tareq Ali Rashad
1962 – 1981 – Hasna Hashim
1981 – 1990 – Abd al Rashid Borak
1990 – Present General Abu Waqas- All bonds with the west cease and Suhud diverts all its resources to the Russian Federation of Conglomerates also known as the RFC or RuFoC.