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His Excellency Major General

Atohi Dustu

ᎠᏙᎯ ᏚᏦ
Dustu in June 2022
Official portrait, 2022
16th President of Sequoyah
Assumed office
6 December 2020[note 1]
Provisional President until 20 April 2022
Vice PresidentPosition vacant (until 2022)
Mantotohpa Otoahhastis (from 2022)
Preceded byDiwali Wesa (interim)
Didatinehi of the National Reconstruction Party
Assumed office
22 March 2022
Preceded byPosition established
President of the Reorganized Constitutional Government of the Republic of Sequoyah
In office
6 December 2020 – 20 April 2022
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Provisional Minister of Defense of Sequoyah
In office
6 December 2020 – 20 April 2022
Preceded byDiwali Wesa (provisional)
Succeeded byGalilahi Awinita
Personal details
Born
Atohi Degotoga Dustu

(1971-08-15) 15 August 1971 (age 52)
Asequi, Sequoyah
NationalitySequoyan
Political partyNational Reconstruction Party
Other political
affiliations
Spouse(s)
Goga Ayita (m. 1996)
Children2
Alma materKalgaduv Military College
OccupationMilitary officer, politician
CabinetCabinet of Atohi Dustu
Military service
Nickname(s)Young
Allegiance Sequoyah
Branch/service Sequoyan Army
Years of service1993–present
RankMajor General Major General
Commands
Battles/warsDeltinian Insurgency
Sequoyan Civil War
AwardsOrder of National Merit

Atohi Degotoga Dustu (Sequoyan: ᎠᏙᎯ ᏕᎪᏙᎦ ᏚᏦ; born 15 August 1971) is a Sequoyan military officer and politician who currently serves as the president of Sequoyah. He is also the current leader of the right-wing National Reconstruction Party (GAU). Dustu previously served as the president of the Reorganized Constitutional Government of the Republic of Sequoyah (RCGRS)—the CODECO-backed provisional government of Sequoyah—throughout its existence from December 2020 to April 2022.

A military officer in the Sequoyan Army, Dustu served in the Sequoyan Frontier Wars against militant fighters of the Cheyall and Navaja tribes in Cheyenne and Arapaho, respectively. In April 2020, Dustu was given the command of the Sequoyan Volunteer Battalion (BSV) which was sent by the Sequoyan government to assist the Creeperian Armed Forces (FAC) in the Deltinian Insurgency. He and his entire unit, however, were taken as prisoners of war by the Creeperian government in May 2020 after the Sequoyan government legalized slavery. He and his unit were held by the Creeperian government at the Ningüino Military Internment Camp from May to December 2020. After the start of the Sequoyan Civil War and the beginning of the military intervention by the CODECO Mission in Sequoyah (COMISEQ), Dustu was selected and installed by the COMISEQ as the provisional president of Sequoyah, establishing the Reorganized Constitutional Government of the Republic of Sequoyah as the country's provisional government. Dustu and interim President Admiral Diwali Wesa contested the presidency until January 2021 when Wesa was forced to resign and surrendered to COMISEQ forces. After Wesa's resignation, Dustu fought against rebel forces who continued to support deposed president-elect Usti Atagulkalu, officially ending the civil war on 21 May 2021.

During his provisional presidency, Dustu was frequently referred to by foreign analysts as a COMISEQ puppet,[1] and his presidency was very unpopular among Sequoyans, however, he has since improved his image and approval with his policies, political and electoral reforms, and infrastructure projects. He signed contracts with various Creeperian companies and negotiated loans with CODECO to help pursue his projects, which have been described as being "very ambitious" attempts at modernizing the country. He stood for election in the 2022 presidential election as a member of the National Reconstruction Party (GAU), and defeated Republican Party opponent Wohehiv Avonaco by a 53–47 percentage margin in the second round. Dustu was inaugurated on 20 April 2022. His National Reconstruction Party, together with the Federalist Party (NIP) and the Creeperian League (LECRE), gained majorities in both chambers of the Congress of Sequoyah. Dustu stated that he intended to have Sequoyah be fully readmitted as a member of CODECO by 2024; Sequoyah fully rejoined CODECO in December 2022.

Dustu is a controversial figure within Sequoyah. His supporters, right-wing Sequoyans, and Creepero-Sequoyans see him as a peacemaker and war hero who brought an end to the Sequoyan Civil War. Meanwhile, his detractors, left-wing Sequoyans, many tribal Sequoyans, and even some former pro-Atagulkalu fighters see him as a traitor who sold the country to CODECO and permitted COMISEQ's military occupation of the country.

Early life

Atohi Degotoga Dustu was born in Asequi, Sequoyah, on 15 August 1971. His parents are Usti and Diwala Dustu; Dustu's father was a lawyer and his mother was a journalist. Dustu is the eldest of three children; his younger brothers are Wesohi and Gawonii, both of whom are lawyers. Dustu was raised in a conservative family as both of his parents were members of the right-wing Federalist Party (NIP). Dustu joined the party in 1994.

Military career

Dustu attended the Kalgaduv Military College from 1989 to 1993, joining the Sequoyan Army with the rank of second lieutenant after his graduation at the age of 22. Dustu was deployed just north of the city of San Juan Diego in northern Eastern Sequoyah and was a part of the 18th infantry battalion. His battalion was primarily tasked with preventing a cross-border spillover of the Deltinian Insurgency, an armed conflict which had been fought in southern Creeperopolis since 1978. In August 1999, Dustu led a platoon of soldiers in preventing militants of the Holy Army of al-Mutasim from crossing the border to evade capture by the Creeperian Army. Following the incident, in which Dustu was described as a "heroic" and "effective" commander, he was promoted to the rank of captain.

In mid-April 2020, the Sequoyan government sent a military unit of 750 soldiers, known as the Sequoyan Volunteer Battalion (BSV), to fight for the government of Creeperopolis against the Society of Deltinian Brothers (SOHEDEL) and the Holy Army of al-Mutasim (SEM) during the Deltinian Insurgency,[2] as Deltinian insurgents had recently attacked Sequoyan territory the month prior.[3] The unit began to engage Deltinian separatists in the department of San Juan on 19 April 2020.[4] In late-April 2020, however, the Sequoyan government legalized slavery, and as a result, the Creeperian government arrested the entire unit of Sequoyans, including Dustu, on 2 May 2020.[5] He and his entire unit were imprisoned by the Creeperian government at the Ningüino Military Internment Camp in the department of Santa Ana.

President of Sequoyah

Appointment to the presidency

In June 2020, President Cheasequah Waya resigned due to continued controversy regarding the Igaiidigati scandal. He was succeeded by Admiral Diwali Wesa as interim president and scheduled elections for October 2020. In the election, Brigadier General Usti Atagulkalu defeated Diwali Yansa, the Territorial Governor of Itse Ulagohisdi,[6] however, Wesa annulled the results of the election and had Atagulkalu arrested on 27 November 2020.[7]

On 6 December 2020, the Cooperation and Development Coalition (CODECO) declared the formation of the CODECO Mission in Sequoyah (COMISEQ) and launched a military intervention in the country as the Sequoyan Civil War began between supporters of Wesa and supporters of Atagulkalu.[8] Dustu, who was still in Creeperian custody, accepted CODECO's offer as serving as the provisional president of Sequoyah, and CODECO proclaimed Dustu as provisional president the day following the intervention's announcement.[9] Yansa was initially offered to serve as provisional president, however, he declined and swore his allegiance to Wesa. Dustu stated that the Creeperian government offered to free him and his soldiers, pardon him and his soldiers of any crimes, and to help them establish a provisional Sequoyan government, in exchange for pledging his allegiance to COMISEQ and working closely with COMISEQ forces to overthrow Wesa's government.

CODECO issued a final ultimatum to Wesa on 16 December 2020 that he must resign from the presidency no later than 25 December 2020, when he initially promised to do so after Atagulkalu's victory in the October 2020 election. The ultimatum stated that Wesa had to recognize Dustu as president,[10] however, Wesa rejected the ultimatum. On 26 December 2020, Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez, the minister of defense of Creeperopolis, announced that Wesa had been deposed as the deadline of the ultimatum has passed and he proclaimed Dustu as provisional president of Sequoyah.[11] Dustu and Wesa both claimed to be president of Sequoyah until 4 January 2021, when Wesa ordered his soldiers to surrender and accepted Dustu as the president of Sequoyah, securing both Dustu and CODECO total control of the Sequoyan government.[12]

Ending the civil war

Creeperian soldiers just before the Kittowa Avenue massacre in January 2021. Dustu was criticized for failing to prevent the massacre from happening.

On 26 January 2021, a crowd of protestors gathered in Itse Gadu outside of a barracks where Creeperian soldiers were stationed, protesting the CODECO occupation of the Sequoyah and the presidency of Dustu, which the crowd declared was an illegitimate president and a puppet of CODECO.[13] Creeperian soldiers mobilized to disperse the protestors, and after the crowd began charing at the soldiers, several Creeperian soldiers began firing into the crowd, killing and injuring many.[14] Creeperian Lieutenant Colonel Nicolás Ledesma Quijano issued a statement regarding the incident,[15] which is now known as the Kittowa Avenue massacre during which 17 people were killed and 23 more were injured.[16] Later that day, Dustu released a statement regarding the massacre, reading:

We are saddened by the loss of life in Itse Gadu. The Sequoyan Government is committed to investigating the incident and ensuring other losses of life are prevented. We reaffirm our commitment to ensuring the long-term success of COMISEQ and are devoted to stability and peace in the region. We will be working in concert with COMISEQ leaders to prevent further violence. Provisional President Atohi Dustu, 26 January 2021[17]

A poll conducted by Radio Itse Gadu and released the day after the massacre found that 65 percent of respondents disapproved of Dustu's presidency, with only 31 percent approving of his administration. The poll also found that 71 percent of respondents disapproved of CODECO's military occupation and 87 percent disapproved on how the Creeperian soldiers handled the events in Itse Gadu the day prior.[18]

Dustu took command of a Sequoyan army, numbering 12,000 soldiers,[1] outside of San Juan Diego, the final Atagulist major stronghold in Sequoyah, on 2 February 2021.[19] Dustu's army, together with Creeperian and Salisfordian COMISEQ forces, attacked pro-Atagulkalu forces in the city on 10 February 2021, offering amnesty to any soldiers who peacefully surrendered to his forces in an effort to quickly end the battle. The city fell to Dustu's forces on 15 February 2021. He issued a proclamation stating that any remaining Atagulist forces would be granted amnesty if they surrender and pledge their loyalty to his new government. Additionally, he called for the Terraconserva Council of Nations (TCN) and COMISEQ forces to deploy medical supplies and peacekeepers to San Juan Diego.[20]

On 21 May 2021, Dustu declared victory over the Atagulist forces after the last major Atagulist force surrendered earlier that day. Dustu also extended his provisional presidency by a year, granting himself supreme power over the law and effectively ruling the country by decree, establishing a de facto military dictatorship.[21]

Post-civil war administration

In March 2022, Dustu founded the right-wing National Reconstruction Party (GAU), which later became a member of the International Patriotic League (LPI). On 1 May 2022, Dustu defeated Wohehiv Avonaco in the 2022 presidential election, winning 253,214 votes to Wohehiv Avonaco's 226,201 votes.[22] He assumed office as president of Sequoyah on 20 April 2022. In the elections for the country's legislature, his National Reconstruction Party, in a coalition with the Federalist Party and the Creeperian League (LECRE), gained a majority in both chambers of the Congress of Sequoyah.

Relations with CODECO

On 18 February 2021, Dustu announced that entered talks with the Creeperian government and the Unión Pacífico railroad for the possibility of connecting the railroads of Sequoyah and Creeperopolis from Arapaho to Castilliano. The planned expansion was a "key part" of Dustu's plan to "modernize Sequoyah within 20 years." The proposed expansion was criticized by several Native leaders.[23]

On 24 May 2021, Dustu announced that CODECO would grant Sequoyah a ₵5 billion credit loan which would be used to "[improve] infrastructure, [build] a hydroelectric dam, solar panels, [and] running water systems, and [the] updating [of] Sequoyan oil infrastructure to bring it up to code with TCN requirements." Dustu stated that the loan was the first step in building a "modern, mechanized Sequoyah," in what he calls the Sequoyan Economic Adjustment Program. Despite protests from some Native leaders and activists, citing the new projects would lead to the destruction of Native land, Dustu continued with the loan and expressed interest in contracting the Creeperian construction firm Expanding For You (EXPATI) in helping complete the planned projects.[24]

Dustu expressed his intentions to get Sequoyah readmitted to CODECO by 2024, despite previous opposition to the notion by the other members of CODECO. On 1 June 2022, Dustu met with a delegation from Creeperopolis to negotiate and end to the occupation and Sequoyah's readmission to CODECO. There, the Creeperian and Sequoyan governments came to an agreement: Sequoyah will hold referendums in its border regions with the question of annexation to Creeperopolis, in exchange for the end of the military occupation by December 2022, readmission to CODECO by January 2023, and the granting of a ₵10 billion credit loan.[25] The agreement was heavily criticized by white and tribal Sequoyans living in the areas subject to the referendum, but was also met by strong support from Creeperans living in the northern territories of Eastern Sequoyah who wished to return to Creeperian rule for the first time in 500 years.

Personal life

Little is known about Dustu's personal life. He is known to support the Sequoyah national football team and Asequi FC.

Honors and ranks

Awards and decorations

Presidential styles of
Atohi Degotoga Dustu
Emblem of Sequoyah
Reference styleHis Excellency
Spoken styleYour Excellency
Alternative styleGeneral
Domestic decorations

 Sequoyah

Foreign decorations

 Creeperopolis

 El Salvador

 Salisford

 State of the Church

Military ranks

  • Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant (1993 – March 1995)
  • First Lieutenant First Lieutenant (March 1995 – September 1999)
  • Captain Captain (September 1999 – October 2004)
  • Major Major (October 2004 – March 2010)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Lieutenant Colonel (March 2010 – July 2016)
  • Colonel Colonel (July 2016 – 10 January 2021)
  • Brigadier General Brigadier General (10 January 2021 – 21 May 2021)
  • Major General Major General (21 May 2021 – present)

Electoral history

Year Office Type Party Main opponent Party Votes for Dustu Result Swing
Total % P. ±%
2022 President of Sequoyah General (first round) National Reconstruction Wohehiv Avonaco Republican 7,420,185 37.82% 1st N/A N/A N/A
General (second round) 10,920,464 53.07% 1st N/A Won Gain

See also

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Notes

  1. Dustu's presidency was disputed with interim President Diwali Wesa from 6 December 2020 until Wesa's resignation on 4 January 2021.

References

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  24. Dustu, Atohi (24 May 2021). "ᎠᎵᏍᏕᎸᏙᏗ ᎤᎬᏫᏳᎯ ᎦᎶᏂ ᎠᏲᎵ ᏚᏃᏣᎳᏅ ᏍᏏᏉᏯ ᎠᎳᏏᏅᏙᏗ ᎣᏍᏛᎾᏅᏁᎲ ᎠᏟᎶᏍᏙᏗ" [Provisional President Atohi Dustu Announces Sequoyan Economic Adjustment Program]. seqgov.gov.sq (in Sequoyan). Asequi, Sequoyah: Government of Sequoyah. Retrieved 22 March 2022.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
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External links

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Political offices
Preceded by
Diwali Wesa
(provisional)
Minister of Defense of Sequoyah
(provisional)

2020–2022
Succeeded by
Galilahi Awinita
New title President of the
Reorganized Constitutional Government
of the Republic of Sequoyah

2020–2022
Position abolished
Preceded by
Diwali Wesa
(interim)
President of Sequoyah
(provisional until 2022)

2020–present
Incumbent
Military offices
New command Commander of the
Sequoyan Volunteer Battalion

2020
Command abolished
Preceded by
Diwali Wesa
Commander-in-Chief of the
Sequoyan Armed Forces

2020–present
Incumbent
Party political offices
New title Didatinehi of the
National Reconstruction Party

2021–present
Incumbent