Elizabeth Pountney

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Elizabeth Pountney
1st Minister of Culture
Assumed office
5 November 2010
Political party Siroccan Federal Party (SFP)
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
Personal information
Born 26 October 1993 (1993-10-26) (age 24)
Auckland, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealand
Residence Kent, Trafalgar, Sirocco
Religion None (Agnostic)

Elizabeth Pountney (born 26 October 1993) is a Siroccan politician and incumbent Minister of Culture of the Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco. She is the first person to hold this post.

Biography

Pountney originally grew up in the city of Auckland, New Zealand. After several years of education there she moved to the Bay of Islands and began attending the school where she would later meet several Siroccan politicians, including Premier Daniel Anderson , Vice-Premier Jesse Coles and Minister of Health and Education Chanelle Gibson.

Personal life

Pountney lives in the Bay of Islands with her family. She is a great fan of anime and is highly educated on the topic. She is well known within the Federal Commonwealth as being a very skilled writer. She is good friends with several members of the Siroccan government and is held in very high esteem. She and Vice-Premier Coles officially granted their lands (now Kent and Ridgelow, JC, respectively) to Sirocco on October 21, 2010.

Minister of Culture

Pountney was offered the position of Minister of Culture in September 2010. Upon enquiring upon what the task actually involved, Anderson replied that she could "watch anime and call it a job." Pountney immediately accepted.

Her term as Minister of Culture began on 5 November 2010.


Preceded by: Minister of Culture Succeded by: Federal Party Logo.png
Office established 5 November 2010-present Incumbent