This is a Fyrinian name. Bardavide is a patronymic middle name, not commonly used; this person is referred to by Şukri Tilki.
18 December 2018 – 22 January 2019
17 July 2016
30 July 2018 – 22 January 2019
|Born||Şukri Bardavide Tilki|
February 2, 1975
|Political party||Green Left Party (since 2012)|
|Home town||Eindhoven, Netherlands|
Şukri Bardavide Tilki (//; Czech: Šukri Tilková; February 2, 1975) is a Dutch-born Fyrinian politician and writer, who served as acting Prime Minister of Fyrinia from December 2018 to January 2019, and Minister for Minorities and Gender Equality from July 2018 to January 2019. She serves as Chairwoman of the Green Left Party. She is the second female Prime Minister of Fyrinia. She became Prime Minister following the resignation of Lukáš Čuřík triggered by the failure of the Leftward! – Coalition of the United Left in December 2018 election. She has been also the first Prime Minister of Fyrinia, who has been a member of neither the Social Democrats, nor the Liberal Unionist Party.
Tilki was born on February 2, 1975 in Utrecht, Netherlands to a Fyrinian expatriate family, and raised in Eindhoven, Netherlands. In 1990, at her age of 15, the family returned to Fyrinia. She relocated back to the Netherlands in 1994 to join the university and returned back in 2001. She used to participate at number of public anti-capitalist and environmentalist protests. In 2012, she joined the Green Left Party and became its Chairwoman in 2016. In 2018, her party joined the Coalition of the United Left, led by the Social Democrats, then the strongest party in Fyrinia. She became Member of Parliament and later, she became Minister for Minorities and Gender Equality and Deputy Prime Minister within Čuřík's Fourth Cabinet. In December 2018, she became acting Prime Minister, following the resignation of Lukáš Čuřík. She was replaced by Esin Marangoz on 22 January 2019.
Her views are currently described as environmentalist, democratic-socialist and moderate-socialist. She is also sometimes described as left-wing populist and eurocommunist by her opponents. Despite shifting of her views in last years from radical left Marxist to democratic-socialist, she still shows her admiration to Karl Marx' ideas.