The Fourth Government
of the Republic of Oceania
A Letter From the President
The Statehouse of the Oceanian Republic has long stood as a beacon of democracy. Since the foundation of the First Republic in 1850, the seat of the Government here at 16 Yew Street in Annheim has seen three constitutions and dozens of leaders take up residence here.
But while presidents come and go, the Republic is forever. Now, more than ever, democracy worldwide is under threat. Pressures at home and abroad push us to the brink, and the democratic sphere must make a decision: will we surrender to the forces of fascism, communism, and illiberalism? Or will we stand firm in defense of democracy, for our children and their children, and generations to come?
As the President of the Republic, I take my duty to democracy seriously. I expect you, too, to consider yours central to your citizenship as well — not just citizenship of this Republic, but of Olympia.
It is an immense privilege to serve as the President of the Oceanian Republic, the greatest democracy in the world. I take the obligations of this office solemnly, and without reservation, and I look forward to the future that we can build, together.
Fourth President of the Republic
Chief of Staff | VP's Chief of Staff | Press Secretary | Cabinet Secretary
Wesley DePass —|— Emma Hartford —|— Tim Kelly —|— Hazel Ledlow
The President's Cabinet
Vice President of the Republic
Secretary of Foreign Affairs
Secretary of Finance
Secretary of Defense
Secretary of Community Affairs
Secretary of Health and Labor
Secretary of Public Works
Secretary of Culture and Equality
Secretary of Rural Development
Secretary of the Environment