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Stronger Together: The Fourth Government of Fernão

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Stronger Together: The Fourth Government of the Republic of Fernão

A Letter From the President
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My fellow citizens,

It is my honor to welcome you into
my home. Here, at Number 16 Yew
Street, I will be working for the next
four years alongside a team of the
most talented public servants in our
nation to craft a Fernão that works
for the many — not the few.

My Administration is proud to host
the most diverse Cabinet in all of
the history of our Republic — by
political affiliation, gender, and
race. Of Fernão's four major political
parties, three are represented in
my Cabinet and all, as well as two
regional interests, are represented
in my Administration.

I am also delighted to establish the
Executive Office of the President,
comprising a new, federal civil
service that will work from the
grassroots to the boardroom to
ensure not just prosperity, but hope
and progress across our nation.

I am honored to have been selected
to serve as your President, and I look
forward to building a Fernão where
we recognize that we are, truly,
stronger together than we are apart.
I ask you believe in yourselves, that
you believe in your future, and you
believe, once more, in the promise
of our nation.

Yours,
Vienna Eliot
President of the Republic

The Executive Office of
The President of the Republic


Yew Street Office
Chief of Staff
Deborah Canova (NWO)
Chief Strategist
Navin Tamboli (Lykens)
Senior Counselor
Mamte Valimbe (Archism)
Senior Advisor
Eraldo M. G. Trigo (Maklohi Vai)
Vice President's Chief of Staff
Hanna Nilsen

National Security Council
National Security Advisor
Lt. Gen. Cimino Wyrick

Economic Policy Council
Economic Policy Director
Heng Zhou Tan
Treasurer
Dr. Mawani Maure
Budget Director
The Hon. Beta O'Rourke

Domestic Policy Council
Domestic Policy Director
Dr. Anne-Mar Hoffer

Office of Administration
Press Secretary
Marco Roboto
Cabinet Secretary
Kurkjian Leier
Assistant for Intergovernmental Affairs
Loureiro Codner
Special Assistant for Legislative Affairs
Autio Cancilla
President's Public Liaison
Rev. Father Juedes Zemba
Director of Political Affairs
Marino Hullen

Office of Science and Technology
Chief Technologist
Dr. Mcmahen Ahdieh

Office of Drug Control and Policy
Surgeon-General
Dr. Dalenna Davault

Office of Trade and Embassies
Trade Representative
HE Dillard Winifield
Dean of the Diplomatic Corps
HE Fisprod Heritage

Presidential Fellows
An assembly of civic, business,
and cultural leaders invited to a
residency to increase the nation's
participation in national affairs.
  • Ahlers Dolce, FNN correspondent
  • Aarão Weisel, former Senator from Ma'abara
  • Hazel Ledlow, Ma'abara Young RGs President
  • President Wasley DePass, DePass Corporation
  • Alexis Torres, Poet
  • Pierre Omidyar, Founder of eBay
  • Kreitman J. Emelda, Noble University
  • Kelly Nordland, constitutional scholar
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Our Cabinet

Vice President of the Republic
Adam Kahn (Atlanticatia)

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Adam Kahn organized unions and
fought around the globe in courts
and on the picket line for the rights
of workers worldwide. An ally of the
working class and a true friend to
the people, Vice President Kahn
has been a close colleague of
President Eliot and is an
active advisor on day-to-day
executive affairs.

Secretary of Foreign Affairs
Allison Ricardo (Collatis)

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A long-time member of the
community of international
service, Allison Ricardo has
served as Ambassador to the
United States in the Vishal
Vig Administration. She is a
renowned internationalist and
a devotee to the principles of
international cooperation.

Secretary of Finance
Emily Ndereba (Coconut Isle)

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As a top leading consultant in the
world of emerging financial
development, Emily Ndereba
has held residence at several
central banks across the globe
as a consultant on developing
an economy. Ndereba's expertise
will help bring out Cabinet in
the right direction for Fernão.

Attorney–General
Salvador O'Hara (Beta Test)

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Few have shown the thought and
calculation that Salvador O'Hara
shows in his everyday work. A
fellow of law studies at multiple
universities and a much respected
scholar of the discipline, O'Hara
brings to our Cabinet the careful
intersection of theory and practice.

Secretary of Defense
Fawzia Hussain (Maklohi Vai)

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Born to refugees, Fawzi Hussain at a
young age learned the importance of
combatting threats at home and
abroad — at the same time, she
understood that wars are fought
from the ground up, within the
community. She will bring to our
Administration a strong leadership.

Secretary of Community Affairs
Ana Ernst (Roosevetania)

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Senator Ana Ernst is one
of our nation's foremost advocates
for the marginalized
people of our world. With a
stated goal of fighting all
forms of injustice and oppression,
Ernst will bring to our Cabinet
the closeness we need to have
with our communities.

Secretary of Health and Labour
Alexios Viel (Tectonix)

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Pegged by some as the
"progressive firebrand of Fernãoan
politics," Alexios Viel
served as a Senator and the
Administrator for his party,
the Red-Green Alliance. He's
bringing to Yew Street the kinds
of bold ideas that the people
of our nation crave the most.

Secretary of Public Works
Luen Veas (Eredion)

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Luen Veas, the son of Chinese immigrants,
saw firsthand the pain and strife
of wartime conditions. A firm
believer in a charitable government,
he will bring to our Administration
the hope and motivation he brought
to troops on the battlefield, and
a hunger to do good in the world.

Advisor on Culture and Equality
Elsinore Ophelia-Eliot (New World Oceania)

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At thirty–eight years old, Elsinore
Ophelia-Eliot is one of the
youngest, and yet, most
distinguished jurists on this
side of the Pacific. Known for
her work for the government
implementing the Constitution,
Ophelia-Eliot is an invaluable
member of our Administration.

Secretary of Rural Development
Peter Janzen (Soviet Canuckistan)

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Humanitarian and civic servant
Peter Janzen is one of the
foremost prominent voices
in the rural politics of our
nation today. His service
in the Senate to rural Ferdinand
and his support for the
Anabaptist community show
that he's here to mean business.

Secretary of the Environment
Nisha Gadhavi (Socialist Nordia)

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This young woman wowed
the nation when she rose to prominence
as Minority Leader. A dedicated public
servant and environmentalist,
Nisha Gadhavi brings to our
Cabinet both the experience
and enthusiasm we need most.

Assistants to the President
I'm proud to host a wide array of policy experts under the
Executive Office of the President. I'd like you to meet them.


Domestic Policy Council
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Chair: President Vienna Eliot
Director: Dr. Anne-Mar Hoffer
Deputy Director: Naila Allen
Attendees:
  • The Hon. Adam Kahn
  • Sec. Emily Ndereba
  • The Hon. Salvador O'Hara
  • Sec. Ana Ernst
  • Sec. Alexios Viel
  • Sec. Luen Veas
  • Sec. Elsinore Ophelia-Eliot
  • Sec. Peter Janzen
  • Sec. Nisha Gadhavia
  • Navin Tamboli
  • The Hon. Beta O'Rourke
  • Dr. Mcmahen Ahdieh
National Security Council
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Chair: President Vienna Eliot
Military Advisor: LtGen. Cimino Wyrick
Intelligence Advisor: Pramod Armas
Attendees:
  • The Hon. Adam Kahn
  • Sec. Polly Handsom
  • Sec. of Defense
  • The Hon. Salvador O'Hara
  • Gen. Willis Leonardson
  • Gen. Eden Nelson
  • Gen. Roque Carlisle
  • Gen. Viriato Salazar
  • Korey M. Martel
  • Deborah Canova
  • Eraldo Trigo
  • Dr. Mcmahen Ahdieh
Economic Policy Council
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Chair: President Vienna Eliot
Director: Heng Zhou Tan
Deputy Director: Dr. Mawani Maure
Attendees:
  • The Hon. Adam Kahn
  • Sec. Emily Ndereba
  • Sec. Polly Handsom
  • Sec. Ana Ernst
  • Sec. Alexios Viel
  • Sec. Peter Jaznen
  • Mamte Valimbe
  • The Hon. Beta O'Rourke
  • HE Dillard Winifield
  • Dr. Anne-Mar Hoffer
  • Deborah Canova
  • Autio Cancilla


Diplomatic Corps of the Republic of Fernão
Fernão boasts one of the most qualified diplomatic corps in the world. These are my nominees to represent us abroad.

  • Dorin Umstead, Ambassador to Mauritania
  • Kleven Kittie, Ambassador to Mauritius
  • Burgio Wolfram, Ambassador to Mexico
  • Niederman Gerhart, Ambassador to Micronesia
  • Englebart Popick, Ambassador to Moldova
  • Thalassa Nauss, Ambassador to Monaco
  • Christon Drusi, Ambassador to Mongolia
  • Lockridge Lippe, Ambassador to Montenegro
  • Kay Taralp, Ambassador to Morocco
  • Christie Bally, Ambassador to Mozambique
  • Amerigo Bertz, Ambassador to Namibia
  • Donmoyer Hyde, Ambassador to Nauru
  • Mel Belk, Ambassador to Nepal
  • Joyan Pulsifer, Ambassador to Netherlands
  • Shrum Cunard, Ambassador to New Zealand
  • Camirand Laprade, Ambassador to Nicaragua
  • Talton Elspeth, Ambassador to Niger
  • Keiper Crisler, Ambassador to Nigeria
  • Wierenga Saskia, Ambassador to Norway
  • Lalu McCrimmon, Ambassador to OAS
  • Hilt Trisler, Ambassador to OECD
  • Hertig Vinita, Ambassador to Oman
  • Parlee Kuck, Ambassador to OSCE
  • Wommack Villela, Ambassador to Pakistan
  • Dragone Pernell, Ambassador to Palau
  • Atlanta Sammon, Ambassador to Palestine
  • Lanza Dubroc, Ambassador to Panama
  • Moll Flax, Ambassador to Papua New Guinea
  • Arnette Luisi, Ambassador to Paraguay
  • Irma Stauber, Ambassador to Peru
  • Pleas Beman, Ambassador to Poland
  • Grall Adelia, Ambassador to Portugal
  • Vandevalk Volpi, Ambassador to Qatar
  • Schnelle Penelopa, Ambassador to Romania
  • Caleca Jillie, Ambassador to Russia
  • Shawley Mehan, Ambassador to Rwanda
  • Ianace Wentworth, Ambassador to Samoa
  • President Brandon, Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
  • Keagy Mcmullan, Ambassador to Senegal
  • Kepley Denter, Ambassador to Serbia
  • Parrilli Alden, Ambassador to Seychelles
  • Race Nathalie, Ambassador to Sierra Leone
  • Wyatt Brodeur, Ambassador to Singapore
  • Postlethwaite Glória, Ambassador to Slovakia
  • Pocius Charleton, Ambassador to Slovenia
  • Esliger Summerford, Ambassador to Somalia
  • Thurgood Zobel, Ambassador to South Africa
  • Luwana Hjerpe, Ambassador to South Korea
  • Consolo Skutt, Ambassador to South Sudan
  • Ricardo Mckeegan, Ambassador to Spain and Andorra
  • Champney Castillo, Ambassador to Sri Lanka
  • Mccoun Hargreaves, Ambassador to Sudan
  • Querida Dehner, Ambassador to Suriname
  • Oldt Urquidi, Ambassador to Swaziland
  • Bucklew Schmall, Ambassador to Sweden
  • Latina Harlan, Ambassador to Switzerland
  • Snider Magdaleno, Ambassador to Syria
  • Courtney Lyerla, Ambassador to Tajikistan
  • Lagerquist Switzer, Ambassador to Tanzania
  • Vlinder Heisler, Ambassador to Thailand
  • Charlean Whisman, Ambassador to the African Union
  • Dripps Ariadne, Ambassador to the Bahamas
  • Arwakhi Pont, Ambassador to the Central African Republic
  • Cillo Flinchum, Ambassador to the Czech Republic
  • Bnrlsi Ramsay, Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Fenez Reta, Ambassador to the Dominican Republic
  • Sullens Mcdaniels, Ambassador to the European Union
  • Wittner Karpf, Ambassador to the Gambia
  • Witter Purkey, Ambassador to the Holy See
  • Tresa Guizar, Ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic
  • Loughman Burkey, Ambassador to the Maldives
  • Laxson Enright, Ambassador to the Marshall Islands
  • Germani Baig, Ambassador to the Philippines
  • Machado Alis, Ambassador to the Republic of the Congo
  • Rao Molle, Ambassador to the UN in Geneva
  • Aristotle Zacharias, Ambassador to the UN in Rome
  • Zempel Freemon, Ambassador to the UN in Vienna
  • Freimark Poss, Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates
  • Benedict Arguello, Ambassador to the United Kingdom
  • Burningham Longwell, Ambassador to the United Nations
  • Binnie Hermack, Ambassador to the United Nations Confernce on Disarmament
  • Shel Philis, Ambassador to The United Nations Economic and Social Council
  • Sergo Peirson, Ambassador to the United Nations for Political Affairs
  • Haskins Pou, Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Council
  • Kobeski Annabel, Ambassador to the United States
  • Virag Schurr, Ambassador to Timor-Leste
  • Sonny Arnold, Ambassador to Togo
  • Trinidad Gilliard, Ambassador to Tonga
  • Avis Tallie, Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago
  • Austina Jeansonne, Ambassador to Tunisia
  • Glynn Singh, Ambassador to Turkey
  • Sato Hardimon, Ambassador to Turkmenistan
  • Foulke Schreiner, Ambassador to Tuvalu
  • Davis Dehaven, Ambassador to Uganda
  • Zonda Casola, Ambassador to Ukraine
  • Loewen Mazza, Ambassador to UNESCO
  • Polakoff Pumilia, Ambassador to Uruguay
  • Luhcs Piner, Ambassador to Uzbekistan
  • Cavaliere Binder, Ambassador to Venezuela
  • Croce Jada, Ambassador to Vietnam
  • Gullo Knobel, Ambassador to Yemen
  • Blanford Suazo, Ambassador to Zambia
  • Micklos Kornreich, Ambassador to Zimbabwe
  • Dillard Winifield, Trade Representative
  • Fisprod Heritage, Dean of the Diplomatic Corps and Undersecretary for Political Affairs
  • Yurko Receiving, Ambassador to Afghanistan
  • Salvucci Desena, Ambassador to Albania
  • Douglass Sabino, Ambassador to Algeria
  • Mincer Skeens, Ambassador to Angola
  • Caulder Diluzio, Ambassador to Argentina
  • Sachs Border, Ambassador to Armenia
  • Ringeisen Cyrillus, Ambassador to ASEAN
  • Mersch Guadalupe, Ambassador to Australia
  • Hubert Nuncio, Ambassador to Austria
  • Delrossi Camilla, Ambassador to Azerbaijan
  • Hefler Densmore, Ambassador to Bahrain
  • Dwelle Caskey, Ambassador to Bangladesh
  • Motes Nickey, Ambassador to Barbados
  • Wyatt Niergarth, Ambassador to Belarus
  • Faires LouAnn, Ambassador to Belgium
  • Brasset Ronk, Ambassador to Belize
  • Thal Rijos, Ambassador to Benin
  • Suen Norris, Ambassador to Bolivia
  • Barde Congdon, Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Perlstein Vanhyning, Ambassador to Botswana
  • Hanifin McCord, Ambassador to Brazil
  • Dickerson Windley, Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam
  • Switzer Bitar, Ambassador to Bulgaria
  • Dauterive Raymund, Ambassador to Burkina Faso
  • Nieland Kyler, Ambassador to Burma
  • Leahy Pratt, Ambassador to Burundi
  • Ploeg Shanahan, Ambassador to Cabo Verde
  • Pinelli Karita, Ambassador to Cambodia
  • Jermayne Kenny, Ambassador to Cameroon
  • Salce Marcellino, Ambassador to Canada
  • Farago Guinevere, Ambassador to Chad
  • Cliff Northrop, Ambassador to Chile
  • Lila Valente, Ambassador to China
  • Villamil Isenhower, Ambassador to Colombia
  • Colaw Bhatti, Ambassador to Costa Rica
  • Depina Klara, Ambassador to Côte d'Ivoire
  • Patty Telex, Ambassador to Croatia
  • Diamond Muus, Ambassador to Cuba
  • Rooke Arnie, Ambassador to Cyprus
  • Stasik Kean, Ambassador to Denmark
  • Vandenberghe Kelby, Ambassador to Djibouti
  • Durantaye Dbs, Ambassador to Ecuador
  • Hudak Moneypenny, Ambassador to Egypt
  • Kuebler Mcclurg, Ambassador to El Salvador
  • Dzung Treloar, Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea
  • Kacy Aleda, Ambassador to Eritrea
  • Roderich Diffley, Ambassador to Estonia
  • Trucks Smidt, Ambassador to Ethiopia
  • Padula Boydstun, Ambassador to Fiji
  • Smethers Chu-Chay, Ambassador to Finland
  • Bumstead Orly, Ambassador to France
  • Anthony Messimer, Ambassador to Gabon and São Tomé & Principe
  • Deina Claire, Ambassador to Georgia
  • Brumback Henrieta, Ambassador to Germany
  • Sansom Abramson, Ambassador to Ghana
  • Yodha Burriss, Ambassador to Greece
  • Gaiser Cherida, Ambassador to Guatemala
  • Dirce Moraga, Ambassador to Guinea
  • Adrianne Langdale, Ambassador to Guyana
  • Gervais Nessa, Ambassador to Haiti
  • Rudolfo Ohashi, Ambassador to Honduras
  • Fryer Hagglund, Ambassador to Hong Kong
  • Yamil Bateman, Ambassador to Hungary
  • Nerice Makin, Ambassador to ICAO
  • Gideon Nyssa, Ambassador to Iceland
  • Kanya Boardman, Ambassador to India
  • Heiken Kirk, Ambassador to Indonesia
  • Wesoloski Dalessandro, Ambassador to Iran
  • Dorreen Stormi, Ambassador to Iraq
  • Classen Walsh, Ambassador to Ireland
  • Whinery Damil, Ambassador to Israel
  • Bastin Oberry, Ambassador to Italy
  • Shield Dike, Ambassador to Jamaica
  • Pretty Wackerle, Ambassador to Japan
  • Courville Seifert, Ambassador to Jordan
  • Mordecai Pellman, Ambassador to Kazakhstan
  • Camilla Morris, Ambassador to Kenya
  • Urbain Ailey, Ambassador to Kiribati
  • Cryan Vanella, Ambassador to Kosovo
  • Schinke Lot, Ambassador to Kuwait
  • Hempen Jodi, Ambassador to Laos
  • Cockrell Mccambridge, Ambassador to Latvia
  • Bubb Picht, Ambassador to Lebanon
  • Gjerde Vallieres, Ambassador to Lesotho
  • Ainsworth Wildey, Ambassador to Liberia
  • Schwisow Laplaca, Ambassador to Libya
  • Corina Olivas, Ambassador to Lithuania
  • Rauth Marla, Ambassador to Luxembourg
  • Christof Jake, Ambassador to Macau
  • Dolton Welder, Ambassador to Macedonia
  • Salatino Tongue, Ambassador to Madagascar
  • Kalivoda Bodle, Ambassador to Malawi
  • Nogle Dirce, Ambassador to Malaysia
  • Scarcella Kulakowski, Ambassador to Mali
  • Grams Wyffels, Ambassador to Malta

The Executive Agenda
Our agenda is an agenda for the people of Fernão. Take a
look at what we plan to pass in the Senate to work for you.


Find my agenda for the month of August here.
News
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Senate confirms Cabinet
August 8, 2017
Nearly all of the president's nominees for his Cabinet were confirmed today, bringing strong and stable leadership to Fernão. The First Lady will be serving as an Advisor also attending the Cabinet.

President Eliot is the first President of the Republic to boast a complete Cabinet, in addition to a fully staffed Executive Office of the President. This is another promise fulfilled, and further proof that Popular Alliance leadership is bringing the nation in the direction it needs: forward.


President releases August agenda
July 31, 2017
President Eliot released his agenda for August this evening, after consulting with his advisors and a focus group of citizens. Containing such important provisions as healthcare, labour protection, and consumer rights, the agenda can be found below.

https://goo.gl/YzhG5U


President appoints healthcare commission
July 24, 2017
President Eliot appointed a Presidential Commission on Healthcare this afternoon as one of his first acts in office. In the Monday press briefing, Press Secretary Marco Roboto spoke on the Commission:

"The President considers things like this of very high value. I mean, healthcare, that's something he sees as very important. This is an administration committed to ensuring every person in our country has access to good quality healthcare, and we don't see this, you know, as a one time thing, but more of a long time project."

The Commission will meet for one week to draft federal healthcare legislation. The President has invited elected officials to provide their own thoughts for the Commission's consideration.


President and Vice President take office
July 24, 2017
Vienna Eliot was invested as President of the Republic of Fernão today after his inauguration alongside Vice President Adam Kahn. Vice President Kahn took a ceremonial oath of office at 11:55pm, GST, and President Eliot took the constitutionally mandated oath of office at 12:00pm GST, assuming the presidency. He spoke for just an hour in his inaugural address. The President harkened to several great orators of history, and highlights of the speech included:

"We have been, and propose to be, more and more Fernãoan. We believe that we can best serve our own country and most successfully discharge our obligations to humanity by continuing to be openly and candidly, intensely and scrupulously, Fernãoan. If we have any heritage, it has been that. If we have any destiny, we have found it in that direction."

"Let us now join reason to faith and action to experience, to transform our unity of interest into a unity of purpose. For the hour and the day and the time are here to achieve progress without strife, to achieve change without hatred; not without difference of opinion, but without the deep and abiding divisions which have scarred our people for generations."

"With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves, and with all nations."


President Eliot and Vice President Kahn then travelled with their families to Number 16 and Number 17 Yew Street and met with prospective Cabinet members while Press Secretary Marco Roboto met personally with journalists and correspondents outside.


President-Elect and Secretary-Designate speak out on workers' rights
July 23, 2017
President-Elect Eliot and Secretary-Designate of Health and Labour Alexios Viel issued a statement today on the the Industrial Scrap Workers' Union sit-in strikes in Fortaleza. The statement promised hope and change for the working people of Fernão, reading in part:

"Our administration, with the Department of Health and Labour, is fully committed to seeing real workers' rights introduced to Fernão. This administration will not sit idly by as hundreds of thousands of people go to dangerous workplaces for little pay, terminated for exercising their right to form a union."

At his inauguration tomorrow, the President-Elect is expected to dedicate his administration to several initiatives targeted at helping the workers of our nation.


Vienna Eliot elected President of Fernão
July 22, 2017
Vienna Eliot was elected as President of Fernão tonight with his running mate Adam Kahn elected Vice President of Fernão. At his victory party in Mazarkhet, Ma'abara, he took the stage with Kahn, their spouses, and his campaign manager Deborah Canova to thank his supporters, saying:

"Fernão, I believe that we can seize this future together, because we are not as divided as our politics suggest. We are not as cynical as the pundits believe and we are greater than the sum of our individual ambitions. It doesn't matter whether you are black or white or European or Asian or indigenous or young or old or rich or poor, able, disabled, or straight or queer — in our nation, there is a place for you."

The president-elect and the vice president-elect will be sworn in on Monday.
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Anarchy

Postby Zurkerx » Sat Jul 22, 2017 8:28 pm

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Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Jutsa » Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:10 pm

William Walker steps up with no suspicious boxes.

"Hello, Vienna - I mean, Mr. President. I would have brought a cupcake,
but it was confiscated by the police earlier today. I hope this handshake will do."
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New World Oceania
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Postby New World Oceania » Sun Jul 23, 2017 1:30 pm

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and the Secretary-Designate of Health and Labour


RE: the Industrial Scrap Workers' Union Sit-Ins
The disgruntled workers of our nation are tired of their government's inaction on labour rights. Our administration recognizes this, and we sympathise deeply with their frustration. It has been months since the first reading of the Labour Protection Act was invoked, and since then the Senate has been embroiled in partisan battle after partisan battle — not one genuinely substantive legislation making it to the President's desk. But playing the blame game will not help the workers of our country, nor will it ease the Senate's gridlock.

Our administration, with the Department of Health and Labour, is fully committed to seeing real workers' rights introduced to Fernão. This administration will not sit idly by as hundreds of thousands of people go to dangerous workplaces for little pay, terminated for exercising their right to form a union. We hope that all of us, no matter our partisan affiliation, are able to see the genuine strife afflicting the people that make our nation possible everyday. We invite all Senators, Governors, and Assemblymen across the nation to join us in our fight to ensure the well-deserved rights of every worker.

Vienna Eliot
President of the Republic
Alexios Viel
Secretary-Designate of Health and Labour
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New World Oceania
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Postby New World Oceania » Sun Jul 23, 2017 9:44 pm

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RE: Presidential Commission on Healthcare
I am pleased to announce the appointment of a Presidential Commission on Healthcare. This Commission, which will meet over the course of the following week, will research, review, and report to my office on the various options for healthcare in Fernão. Through rigorous examination of the systems utilized in other countries and the circumstances under which they are used, the Commission will produce a draft of my administration's health bill.

The Commission will be chaired Secretary-Designate of Health and Labour Alexios Viel (Tectonix), accompanied by appointees Senators Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz (Soviet Cancukistan) and Angelina Acosta (Anere). This multipartisan Commission will be accepting testimony from elected officials regarding options for Fernão's health options. Senators, state executives, and assemblymen are encouraged to submit remarks to Senator Viel for consideration by the Commission.

Vienna Eliot
President of the Republic

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Psychotic Dictatorship

Postby Coconut Isle » Tue Jul 25, 2017 6:49 am

Dr. Emily Ndereba walks into the room and congratulates the new cabinet members and new President.

"This is a dream come true! I'm so excited to be working together!"
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Postby Department of Elections » Wed Jul 26, 2017 1:39 pm

The Electoral Commission is pleased to deliver our regular report on the Fernãoan General Election to the President of the Republic.
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New World Oceania
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Postby New World Oceania » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:53 pm

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EXECUTIVE ORDER
RE: The Constitutional Assembly
By the authority vested in me as President of the Republic by the Constitution and the laws of Fernão, I hereby order that the Constitutional Assembly convened by President Krishnan be dissolved, and that the Electoral Commission postpone indefinitely any election to any such assembly.

Ordered, July 26, 2017
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New World Oceania
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Postby New World Oceania » Mon Jul 31, 2017 5:38 pm

I am proud to release my agenda for this August. It contains important provisions such as legislation to provide for a federal healthcare infrastructure, to protect our workers, and to protect our consumers. I look forward to seeing this legislation debated before the Senate.

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Scandinavian Liberal Paradise

Postby Roosevetania » Thu Aug 03, 2017 3:11 pm

Wait, I'm Education too?
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Left-wing Utopia

Postby Collatis » Thu Aug 03, 2017 10:41 pm

A woman accuses President Eliot of kidnapping and attempted murder. She is promptly removed.

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New World Oceania
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Postby New World Oceania » Wed Aug 09, 2017 10:15 am

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RE: Confirmed Cabinet
Our office is happy to welcome our newly confirmed Cabinet to the Administration. This fulfills yet another promise to the Fernãoan people, to provide real, substantive leadership to our Republic. I look forward to working with the members of my Administration, as well as those also attending the Cabinet as advisors, to make good on every promise we have made to the people of our nation.

Vienna Eliot
President of the Republic

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Postby Atlanticatia » Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:44 pm

Vice President checking in.
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Postby Maklohi Vai » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:29 am

Would the government consider providing assent to the Language Rights Act that was just debated in the Chamber?
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Postby New World Oceania » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:31 pm

Maklohi Vai wrote:Would the government consider providing assent to the Language Rights Act that was just debated in the Chamber?

As with all legislation, the President will consult with his advisors before affixing his signature to make a bill law. But a preliminary review suggests favorability in the Administration.


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