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History of Chief Councilpeople

Number

Name

Party

Years Served

Province

1

Usor K. H. Bénal

Liberal Party

1789-1804

Usordia

2

Agin Kaya

Provincial Party

1804-1819

Aginana

3

Usor K. P. Bénal I

Expansionist Party

1819-1834

Usordia

4

Dannen Lourdes

Expansionist Party

1834-1844

Aginan Banlu

5

Feritz Bit-Orije

Expansionist Party

1844-1859

Aginan Gorisky

6

Usor K. P. Bénal II

Pacifist Party

1859-1869

Rijeka

7

Karola Bénal

Pacifist Party

1869-1874

Rijeka

8

Omar Edafor

Progressive Party

1874-1884

Surdanuba

9

Domorov Emmenavor

United Progressivist Party

1884-1894

Surdanuba

10

Erikan Haśekaron

Socialist Party

1894-1902

Sofian Balkania

11

Jun Niamoe

United Progressivist Party

1902-1909

East Rijek

12

Vlatomir Goronzky

United Progressivist Party

1909-1914

Belgradia

13

Annette Lonato

United Progressivist Party

1914-1916

Surdanuba

14

Dion Natolky

United Progressivist Party

1916-1919

Belgradia

15

Everikan Haśekaron

United Progressivist Party

1919-1921

Sofian Balkania

16

Josip Anfaro

Conservative Party

1921-1939

Central Macedon

17

Dezman Emmefan

Conservative Party

1939-1944

Dubrov Coast

18

Jaraton Hiken

Conservative Party

1944-1954

Central Macedon

19

Kino Dial

Green Party

1954-1964

Balkan Usordia

20

Imar Novicek

Conservative

1964-1974

Aginan Rodopia

21

Virana Nzeocha

Industrialist Party

1974-1989

Dyrrachia

22

Marija Micalov

Reform Party

1989-1994

Dubrov Coast

23

Deschal Q. Harsin

United Progressivist Party

1994-2006

Sofian Balkania

24

Deschal M. Harsin

United Progressivist Party

2006-2014

Aginana-Usordis City

25

Nicole Dimitrios

United Progressivist Party

2014-2019

Aginan Banlu

26

Dmitri Papaianache

Green Party

2019-

Surdanuba

Usor Kin-Haśek Bénal, chief of the Usordian tribes, was elected as the first chief councilman of Inner AginanaUsordia on 18 9 1789, with a 64% majority. He served three five-year terms, supporting liberal policies before stepping down. New Provinces: Aginana, Usordia, Aginana-Usordis
In the fourth elections, Agin Kaya, was elected as the first female chief councilperson with a 72% majority. Niece of the former Aginan emperor's cousin, she represented the Provincial Party, which advocated expansion and splitting the large provinces into multiple parts. She stepped down after three terms. New Provinces: None
In the seventh elections, Usor Kin-Pahú Bénal I was elected as the chief representative of the Expansionist party with a 52% majority. His administration advocated enlargement of Inner AginanaUsordia by annexation. Although voted in by a small margin, the growth of the country under his lead gave him a positive memory. New Provinces: Aginana split into Aginan Banlu, West Aginana, and Aginan Gorisky
In the 10th elections, Dannen Lourdes continued Bénal I's expansion of the country with the Expansionist party and a 57% majority. New Provinces: Usordia split into Rijeka and Balkania
In the 12th elections, Feritz Bit-Orije represented the new province of Aginan Gorisky with a 64% majority, even though he was of Usordian descent. His religious morality led his speeches to be unpopular, but his legislation was positively viewed. New Provinces: None
In the 15th elections, Usor Kin-Pahú Bénal II was elected as a Pacifist with 48% of the vote, but majority over the split right wing. Rampant expansion led to threats of conflict with northern neighbors, and his experience with diplomacy prevented conflict. New Provinces: None
In the 17th elections, Karola Bénal, Pahú II's niece, was elected as a perpetuator of the Pacifist Party with 56% majority. New Provinces: Balkania split into Balkan Usordia and Surdanuba. Aginan Gorisky split into Central Macedon Province and Aginan Rodopia
In the 18th elections, Omar Edafor of Surdanuba defeated Karola with a 63% majority on the moderate Progressive Party platform. New Provinces: Dyrrachia formed from all of West Aginana and some of Aginan Banlu
In the 20th elections, Domorov Emmenavor founded and led the United Progressivist Party to a 74% majority. New Provinces: Sofian Balkania split from Surdanuba.
In the 22nd elections, Socialist Union leader Erikan Haśekaron elected with 65% majority. The descendant of the still affluent Haśek branch of the Bénal tribe, Haśekaron tried to keep the peace but was shot and killed on December 3 1902. New Provinces: Rijeka split into East Rijek and Dubrov Coast.
Jun Niamoe succeeded Haśekaron and won the 24th elections with 53% majority. In her full term, an unbeaten record was set for least new legislation passed. New Provinces: Belgradia split from Balkan Usordia
Vlatomir Goronzky won the 25th elections with 51% majority. Education reform increased exponentially. New Provinces: None
Annette Lonato won the 26th elections with 58% majority. Died 413 days into office after catching the flu and neglecting treatment. New Provinces: None
Dion Natolky succeeded Lonato to little success. Support for the left wing began to decrease. New Provinces: None
The last of the great Haśek family, Everikan Haśekaron tried in vain to rekindle support for the United Progressivist Party in the 27th elections. Won with 53% majority, but a vote of no confidence was passed in July 1921. New Provinces: None
Josip Anfaro led the increasingly popular Conservative Party, and was elected to replace Haśekaron with a 69% majority. Industrial development was restored as a priority. Anfaro was re-elected thrice, setting the record for longest time in office. Three days after retiring, Anfaro was shot dead by militant Socialists. His funeral was called the saddest event in Inner AginanaUsordian history. New Provinces: None
Dezman Emmefan was elected with a 76% majority in the 31st elections of 1939, the largest majority in history. His one term saw the spread of nationwide radio and television networks. New Provinces: None.
Jaraton Hiken, Emmefan's Deputy Chief, was elected to represent the Conservatives in the 32nd elections with 66% majority. His two terms saw an unprecedented increase in GDP, but many environmental protection treaties were broken or repealed. New Provinces: None
After the environment of Inner AginanaUsordia was ranked as one of the worst in the world, the Green Party was formed by Nisha Skiosc and Kino Dial. Kino Dial won the 34th elections with 43% of the vote, but the Conservatives only received 41%. Strong environmental protections were enacted, but the economy stayed strong. New Provinces: None
Imar Novicek, promising tax cuts, won the 36th elections with a 51% majority. The GDP per capita increased 10%. New Provinces: None.
Virana Nzeocha, nicknamed Jarata due to her idolization of Hiken, was elected on the Industrialist platform in the most split elections in history. The 38th elections saw Nzeocha win with 32%, Green Party with 30%, Conservative Party with 26%, and United with 22%. Mirroring Hiken's terms, the environment was hurt but industry was bolstered.
The newly popular Reform Party's Marija Micalov, who gained 64% majority in the 41st elections. A former sports star, Micalov cracked down on corruption and environmental malpractice. New Provinces: Thessalon Bay split from Central Macedon, the last to date.
Deschal Quire Harsin, a former schoolteacher and staunch education reformist, was elected in the 42nd elections with 65% majority.
After sudden death from heart attack, Quire's Deputy and son, D. Malabrun Harsin replaced him. Little difference was noticed between the two.
In the 46th elections, Nicole Dimitrios continued the United Progressivists' popularity with 64% of the vote. During her tenure, the region of The Arcadius Federation was left for the more prosperous Lasagna.
In the 47th elections, Dmitri Papaianache of the Green Party was elected with 54% majority.

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