Anastasio López

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Anastasio López
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President of the Governing Board of the Republic of Rino Island
Asumed office
May 2, 2017 - September 10, 2018
Predecessor Francisco Gomez
Successor Marco Antonio Rino
Minister of Defense and Foreign Relations of Rino Island
Assumed in office
September 10, 2018 - Now
Predecessor Marcelo Grodas
Successor Still in office
Minister of Internal Affairs of Rino Island
Assumed in office
September 10, 2018 - Now
Predecessor Marco Antonio Rino
Successor Still in office
Minister of Education, Culture and Sports of Rino Island
Assumed in office
May 30, 2010 - January 15, 2015
Predecessor None
Successor Himself (as provisional president)
Judge of the Supreme Court of Rino Island
Assumed in office
January 15, 2015 - May 2, 2017
Predecessor Vacant
Personal information
Born 18 July 1993 (1993-07-18) (age 28)
Flag of Chile.png Chile
Political party Rinoislandic National Unity Party (2013-now)
Residence Valdivia, Rino Island
Religion Catholic

Anastasio López is a minister and former president of the Republic of Rino Island between 2017 and 2018. He was one of the founders of the micronation, along with Vittorio Rino, and has served successively as Minister of Education, Culture and Sports, Supreme Court Justice, Provisional President and currently Minister of Internal Affairs and Defense and Foreign Relations under President Marco Antonio Rino. In this capacity he was interviewed by the Chilean newspaper "El Calbucano"[1].

He was one of the signers of the Rino Island Declaration of Independence. He has written numerous micronational books, highlighting his monumental "History of Rino Island" at 190 pages. In 2021 he was interviewed by the Chilean press about the history of Rino Island, and its national goals. [2]

On May 2, 2017, he led the popular uprising of citizens against the dictatorship of Francisco Gómez, avoiding a simulated war against the Kingdom of Numancia. After a year and a half of interim government, he was appointed by the new president Marco Antonio Rino as Minister of Internal Affairs and Defense and Foreign Relations, positions he still holds.

He is a regular columnist for the Chilean online newspaper "Central Web" where he publishes his views as a member of the government.

[3].Politically he defines himself as right-wing.