Ekitzer Akhman

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Ekitzer Akhman
2nd Émprassi of Palesmenia
In office
1678 AN – 1684 AN
Monarch Himself
Prime Minister Zarni Thu
Preceded by Nasser I Akhman

Born 1658 AN
Ruins of Flograd
Died 1684 AN
Líesná, Palesmenian Federal District
Nationality Palesmenia Palesmenia
Occupation Émprassi of Palesmenia

Ekitzer Akhman is the current monarch of Palesmenia. He ascended to the throne after the death of his father, Nasser.

Early Life

Ekitzer Akhman was born in late 1658 AN in the ruins of the Juclandian city of Flograd. He spent most of his childhood at military camps while his father waged the Palesmenian unification campaigns. When he was merely 7 years old, Palesmenia was united under one banner. He was then known for humoring his father's servants about politics. As he matured, he became infatuated with the grittiness of running a state. As the only son of Nasser I, he was chosen to be his heir. He finally became king in 1678 AN, after his father died in his sleep.

As Émprassi

Early Rule

After taking the throne, Ekitzer implemented many reforms. His first reform was the Lókizma Edict. This reform established the province of Ángar and renaming the cities of Nasir'i Vyurmá and Nasir'i Óbleká (cities named after his father) to Talíbate-Lý and Íugaznía respectively. The renaming of the city was seen as controversial, seen as the cities was named after his father. Ekitzer stated that the name change was seen as a necessary to remove the "pseudo-Nasserian personality cult". He also made several reforms to improve infrastructure across the country, as well as expanding the funds of the treasury in Chákaritéia. In early 1679, he changes his title from "His Honorable" to "Ínerá Marsála" (Iron Marshall). This was done as a show to the PDF in order to remind them who was in charge.


In 1684, Ekitzer was attending a military parade in Líesná, a suburb of Ábbad. As he was watching the parade, a gunman made his way towards the Émprassi. Attendees of the parade noticed commotion between the gunman and a soldier guarding the stand that the Émprassi was sitting at. At about 11:00 CMT-9, shots rang out as the gunman attacked and mortally wounded one of the guards, and ran up the Ekitzer's stand. Another 5 shots than rang out than rang out before the gunman was tackled by passing members of the parade. It was confirmed by 11:15 that the Ekitzer was dead. The gunman was soon apprehended and interrogated. He claimed to be a member of the Socalistá Péyaku's youth wing (it was known that the SP had grown increasingly radical since a bulk of their members left to join the newly formed Liberal Party, causing an influx of radical communists, anarchists, and other radical lefts to join the party). The actions of the gunman led to the 1684 Palesmenian military coup.

Edicts and Decrees

Name Date Contents
Lókizma Edict 1678 Establishment of Ángar Province, Renaming of Nasir'i Vyurmá to Talíbate-Lý, Renaming Nasir'i Óbleká to Íugaznía
Edict of Séagúna 1678 Construction of infrastructure and grant of ₭3,000,000 to the imperial colonial treasury of Chákaritéia
Decree of Hésobar 1679 Recognition of Mázaar Lusné Kuziné as a national hero