The 2011 El Kadsreian coup d'état was a watershed moment in the history of post-Vlokozu El Kadsre. Following an extended period of social unrest and political tension between the opposition-controlled Parliament led by Tory Hadyn Tennison and the chavista President Bob Toshi which flared up after Toshi declared himself "Eternal President", as well as the 2007-2011 finanical crisis, Toshi was overthrown by the armed forces and national police.
Twenty-one tanks drove through the eastern section of El Kadsre City’s urban area to the parliament house in The Capital suburb. The tanks shot at the house until Toshi decided to leave office, and afterwards flew away in a helicopter to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Hawaii, U.S.. By then, portions of parliament house were in flames.
The military deposed the two-party system in El Kadsre that grew in 2008-2010, and handled presidental duties through the Vlokist Peace for El Kadsre Council.