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The Alconbrian Crisis refers to the time period in Alconbria from 2011 till 2015, marked by intense political tension and widespread anti-government riots and terrorism.
The crisis began shortly after Victor Staurakios ascended his presidency after winning the elections following Paul del Santé's death. The Mayan Liberation Organization, which was formed earlier that year to fight for an independent state for the Maya people bombed 4 buses around New Alcacer, killing 30.
The Titeriez government adopted a 'no quarters' policy in 2011, and along with the help of the United Nations launched several attacks against the camps of the 'terrorist organizations'.
In 2015, President Augustin Voimer officially concluded the crisis with a government victory after two successive drone strikes in the last stronghold of the Free Alconbria Group in Guatemala. After the crisis got over, Voimer directed all his attention into the on-going war between Central America Defense Coalition and NATO.