|1st Prime Minister|
6 March – 31 December 2016
|Preceded by||Position established|
|3rd Chief Justice of the Supreme Court|
31 December 2016 – 31 March 2017
30 December 2013
(8 years, 4 months)
Auven is a retired Assemblian politician who served as the 1st Prime Minister in 2016 and the 3rd Chief Justice in 2016-17.
They are a member of the 'first generation' of Assemblians who migrated to the region from its predecessors upon its founding in January 2016, having previously been a member of the Democratic Socialist Union.
Auven entered the political scene from the very first election in March 2016, running for Prime Minister on behalf of the Solidarity Party against The Parkgarian Empire from the Worker's Army Party. He promised to use his prior government experience to uplift the region and be a "humble servant" to the Secretary, going on to win by just one vote and become the first-ever Prime Minister.
In response to the merging of parties that upended the planned June 2016 general election, Auven passed one of the first ever unofficial amendments to the Constitution on 16 July requiring the formation of a non-partisan emergency government committee in place of the General Assembly when elections fail to be held.
Fun facts[edit | edit source]
- Auven was the first-ever Prime Minister of the region, defeating The Parkgarian Empire by just one vote in the inaugural March 2016 general election.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
From Auven[edit | edit source]
- "As PM I would assist my comrades to help uplift this region into a shining example of the leftist community, I recognize that the delegate is in fact the leader of the region, not I, and I would do my utmost to assist them as a humble servant with the interests of the socialist cause at heart."
About Auven[edit | edit source]
- "You were basically never, throughout the past six months that I have worked with you in the GA, active in GA discussion and have consistently had long periods of inactivity during the term."
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Auven has previously ceased-to-exist twice: first from July to November 2020, and again from January to July 2021.