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Throughout the lifetime of the Second Republic (1882–1943), there were battles over the status of the [[Church of Varkana|Church]] in Varkana among the Communists. [[Armazia]] was closely associated with the Conservatives and most of its bishops supported the First Republic. Communists were based in the secular lower class who saw the Church's alliance with the Conservatives as a political threat to the Socialist Republic, and a threat to the modern spirit of progress.  
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Throughout the lifetime of the Second Republic (1882–1943), there were battles over the status of the [[Church of Varkana|Church]] in Varkana among the Communists. [[Armazia]] was closely associated with the Conservatives and most of its bishops supported the First Republic. Communists were based in the secular lower class who saw the Church's alliance with the Conservatives as a political threat to the Socialist Republic, and a threat to the modern spirit of progress.
  
The early anti-Armazist laws were largely the work of [[Juls Dadiani]] in late 1882. Religious instruction in all schools was forbidden, and religious organizations were forbidden to teach in them. All former religious schools were transitioned into secular state schools. Later in the century, other laws passed by Dadiani's successors further weakened the Church's position in Varkan society. Civil marriage became compulsory and divorce was introduced. Nevertheless, Armazism retained its importance in the Varkan way of living, prompting communists to adopt laws that would be in accordance with Armazist principles, such as sustainability within industrial growth. These measures, although present in the First Republic as well, considerably slowed down the communists' military aspirations.  
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The early anti-Armazist laws were largely the work of [[Juls Dadiani]] in late 1882. Religious instruction in all schools was forbidden, and religious organizations were forbidden to teach in them. All former religious schools were transitioned into secular state schools. Later in the century, other laws passed by Dadiani's successors further weakened the Church's position in Varkan society. Civil marriage became compulsory and divorce was introduced. Nevertheless, Armazism retained its importance in the Varkan way of living, prompting communists to adopt laws that would be in accordance with Armazist principles, such as sustainability within industrial growth. These measures, although present in the First Republic as well, considerably slowed down the communists' military aspirations.
  
Then in 1888, a law was introduced, finally separating officially Church and State. All Church property was confiscated. The religious no longer were paid by the State. Public worship was given over to associations of Armazist laypeople who controlled access to temples, now national historical sites.  
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Then in 1888, a law was introduced, finally separating officially Church and State. All Church property was confiscated. The religious no longer were paid by the State. Public worship was given over to associations of Armazist laypeople who controlled access to temples, now national historical sites.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:24, 24 October 2016

Socialist Republic of Varkana
სოციალისტური საქართველოს რესპუბლიკა
sotsialisturi sakartvelos respublika

1882–1943
Flag Coat of arms
Flag Seal
Motto
სიბრძნე, სამართლიანობა, სიმამაცე, თავშეკავებისკენ
"Wisdom, Justice, Fortitude, Restraint"
Anthem
"მშვიდობით საქართველოს"
"Farewell of Varkana"
Capital Klow
Languages Varkan
Government Single-party state
President
 -  1882-1895 Ana Kalanda
 -  1895-1904 Tamaz Chiladze
 -  1904-1913 Sofiko Chiaureli
 -  1913-1922 Shota Rustaveli
 -  1922-1943 Levan Gotua
Legislature Parliament
History
 -  January Revolution January 1882
 -  Established 30 January 1882
 -  Disestablished Date 1943
 -  Great Adonian War 19??-19??
Area
 -  1924 248,120 km² (95,800 sq mi)
Population
 -  1924 est. 22,256,853 
     Density 89.7 /km²  (232.3 /sq mi)
Currency Lari

Geography, climate and environment

History

Revolution and foundation

Kalanda era

Church and state

Throughout the lifetime of the Second Republic (1882–1943), there were battles over the status of the Church in Varkana among the Communists. Armazia was closely associated with the Conservatives and most of its bishops supported the First Republic. Communists were based in the secular lower class who saw the Church's alliance with the Conservatives as a political threat to the Socialist Republic, and a threat to the modern spirit of progress.

The early anti-Armazist laws were largely the work of Juls Dadiani in late 1882. Religious instruction in all schools was forbidden, and religious organizations were forbidden to teach in them. All former religious schools were transitioned into secular state schools. Later in the century, other laws passed by Dadiani's successors further weakened the Church's position in Varkan society. Civil marriage became compulsory and divorce was introduced. Nevertheless, Armazism retained its importance in the Varkan way of living, prompting communists to adopt laws that would be in accordance with Armazist principles, such as sustainability within industrial growth. These measures, although present in the First Republic as well, considerably slowed down the communists' military aspirations.

Then in 1888, a law was introduced, finally separating officially Church and State. All Church property was confiscated. The religious no longer were paid by the State. Public worship was given over to associations of Armazist laypeople who controlled access to temples, now national historical sites.

Chiladze reforms

Chiaureli consolidation

Rustaveli era

Gotua era

Foreign policy

Varkan foreign policy in the years leading up to the Great Adonian War was based largely on hostility to and fear of anti-communist powers, such as Breisland. U/C

Great Adonian War

Politics

Communist Party

Government

Judicial system

Economy

Transport

Demographics

Education

Health

Language

Religion