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Notable events in El Kadsre in the 1990s. This was the first full decade of the newly created Commonwealth Republic of El Kadsre. The economy started to grow for the first time since the 1970s, and Vlokism surged in popularity.

Incumbents

1990

1991

  • August 14 - Akari Kagamine and the Rainbow Mirror is published, and becomes a sleeper hit, selling more than 3 million copies in its first year alone.
  • September 1 - Fifteen years after the end of Trayu War, El Kadsre signs the peace treaty with Trayu, putting the end of military hostilities between the two countries. El Kadsre then recognizes Trayu and established diplomatic relations afterwards.

1992

1993

  • January 26 - Namco and Drillimation's Touhou 7: Perfect Cherry Blossom is released in the arcades and sweeps the arcade industry in El Kadsre, as well as its neighboring countries in North America. The home console version also sweeps the gaming industry, selling 12 million copies worldwide and making it the second-best selling Drillimation game worldwide behind 1986's Mr. Driller, which was also produced by the same company.
  • June 4 - Same-sex marriage was legalised in El Kadsre, the world's first country to do so.
  • September 9 - The El Kadsreian city of Vloksville was renamed back to Cicmpillici

1994

  • June 7 - Kamakiri Island becomes an El Kadsreian external territory.
  • July 23 - 1994 El Kadsreian presidental election: A win for Timothy Hiaasen, former general of the Vlokozuian Army who attempted to overthrow Mizushima five years ago.
  • September 2 - El Kadsreian Aerodemics and Space Agency was formed, reviving El Kadsre's space program.

1995

  • June 12 - Nueva Peking gains its independence from El Kadsre, the first and to-date only El Kadsreian external territory to do so.
  • August 5 - Lone gunman Jared Moss flees the police before holding 64 people hostage in the Chijimatsu Safeway store in Capulco

1996

  • July 28 - El TV Kadsre Television Network was sold from MCA Inc. by the Matsushita family, who were the original owners of El TV Kadsre before being sold to the Vlokozuian Media Union in 1979.
  • September 8 - Stuartsville Entertainment Complex, which includes the Stuartsville Towers, the world's tallest building between 1996 and 2010, the Westfield shopping centre and the Crown casino, opens to the public.
  • October 13 - El Kadsreian Labour Party leadership spill: Kouta Hisakawa resigns as prime minister following the El Kadsreian Labor Party leadership spill. David Vlokozu, the eldest son of late Michael Vlokozu, takes office.

1997

  • January 17 - Video-sharing website VidSpace goes online.
  • February 15 - MatsuMedia corruption scandal: Following the exposure of corruption of MatsuMedia, the United El Kadsreian Nations seized EK$304 billion worth of illicit funds from the Matsushita family.
  • March 20 - MatsuMedia corruption scandal: El TV Kadsre CEO Shirou Matsushita and his cousin and ex-CEO of El TV Kadsre Tara Matsushita were arrested by police for gaining illicit funds by blackmailing. Tomo Matsushita becomes a acting CEO of El TV Kadsre following Shirou’s arrest.
  • July 27 - MatsuMedia corruption scandal: Shirou Matsushita and Tara Matsushita were found guilty of corruption and were sentenced to 10 years in prison. Tomo Matsushita became the CEO of El TV Kadsre, the shortest-serving CEO in ETVK history as he only served a single day.
  • July 28 - MatsuMedia corruption scandal: Tara and Shirou were released from prison following thier request of pardon under the term that the Matsushita family would stop blackmailing people to fund MatsuMedia. Shirou Matsushita became El TV Kadsre CEO again.
  • September 22 - 1997 El Kadsreian prime ministeral election: A win for David Vlokozu

1998

  • July 26 - 1998 El Kadsreian presidental election: A win for Jacqui Vlokozu, who is the first female president in El Kadsreian history.

1999

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