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by Tedoka » Thu May 24, 2012 3:00 am
Delegate - Raghnailt Johnston
Birthplace: Tedoka, Tedoka
Family: Decendants of immigrants who arrived in Tedoka in the 1880s, Raghnailt is from relatively humble origins. She is the eldest of three children
Education: JD specializing in International Law, Universitas Tedocana
Employment: Various positions in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Background: She worked relatively early in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to supplement her parents' income. Her hard work and perseverance in work and in her law studies made her noticed among government officials. She earned her degree at the age of 24 and worked up the ladder in the Ministry, until she is selected as the Delegate to the World Assembly.
Fun facts: She is quiet in the General Assembly most of the time.
Titles: Delegate to the World Assembly;
Responsibilities: Keeping Tedoka updated with the goings-on in the World Assembly.
Interests: Reading books, arguing (rarely)
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Staff: She is assisted by the Vice-Delegate who takes her place if she's unavailable.
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by Ossitania » Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:54 am
Ambassador - Derek McGregor
Birthplace: Omerville, Bojema
Family: He is married to Faith McGregor (neé Keane), grand-niece of Jareth Keane, President of Ossitania, and has two daughters, Ariana and Amena.
Biography: The youngest of nine children of a small mining family, Derek was born in 1972 in Omerville, a mining city in the autonomous community of Bojema in northern Ossitania. His father, Gerry McGregor, was a prominent trade unionist and the sole representative of the Socialist Party of Ossitania during the negotiations which transformed the Liberated Thinkspace of Ossitania into the Independent Commonwealth. As a result, Derek was politicsed from a very young age, though his interests initially lay more in worker's rights than in international politics.
After working in the mines for two years to earn the money, Derek enrolled in University College Sabrina, where he studied political science and English. It was during his college years that Derek switched allegiance from the Socialist Party to the Labour Party, causing a rift with his father that continued until his death ten years later. His college experience also caused Derek to shift his focus to international politics, leading him to follow his bachelor's degree with a master's in international relations at Prophetic University in Varanus, a qualification which bagged him his first diplomatic posting as the Secretary of the Ambassadaor to Pilaria.
Derek distinguished himself as a keen diplomatic mind and eventually served as the Ambassador to Na Laochra, Norivas and Sanctaria before he was asked by colleagues in the Labour Party to stand for election in 2007, where he was returned as a member of the House of Representatives for Bojema and subsequently appointed as Junior Minister of Sport and Tourism. After three years at this post, he was transferred back to the Diplomatic Corps to serve as Deputy Ambassador General to Eli Burke of the New Democratic Socialist Party and succeeded him as Ambassador General upon his death in early 2012.
Politics: Derek is a moderate International Federalist and a major advocate of Ossitanian federalism, which is based on principles of decentralisation and optionality. He is a social democrat and supports mixed economies with a prominent free market ethos. Unlike most of his cabinet colleagues, Derek is a militant secularist and opposes his party's coalition with the Komodoist Party.
Titles: Current: Ambassador General of the Diplomatic Corps of Ossitania (2012-present); Former (from most recent): Deputy Ambassador General of the Diplomatic Corps of Ossitania (2010-12), Junior Minister of Sport and Tourism (2007-10), Ambassador to Sanctaria (2006-07), Ambassador to Norivas (2005-07), Ambassador to Na Laochra (2002-05), Secretary of the Ambassador to Norivas (1998-2002), Secretary of the Ambassador to Pilaria (1996-1998)
Responsibilities: The Ambassador General of the Diplomatic Corps holds final authority on all aspects of foreign policy and coordinates Ossitania’s response to international developments. His duties include the strategic establishment of diplomatic missions in other antions, the assignment and deployment of diplomats to these missions and the advancement of Ossitania's international policy objectives through the promotion of international agreements and the proposition and opposition of legislation in the World Assembly.
Interests: Being of Siroci descent, Derek has a huge interest in Siroci culture, including language and music; he is fluent in Siroci and can play over ten traditional Siroci instruments. He is also a proficient player of tennis and chess and frequently contributes to political debates in his nation through a monthly column in the Ossitanian National Review.
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