Annabelle Morgan

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Annabelle Morgan
1st Minister of Internal Affairs
In office
5 November 2010 - 7 November 2011
Premier Daniel Anderson
Political party Siroccan Federal Party (SFP)
Predecessor Office established
Successor Daniel Anderson
Personal information
Born January 1994 (age 23)
Auckland, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealand
Ethnicity European
Residence Riverhill Park, Denbigh

Annabelle Morgan (born January 1994) is a former Siroccan politician and Minister of Internal Affairs for the Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco. She was the first person to hold this post.


Morgan was born in Auckland, New Zealand and moved north with her family when she was 9 years old. Her interests are in science and sport, especially swimming, which she coaches voluntarily. She is currently the swimming club's champion in senior girls 1200m freestyle, 800m freestyle, 200m freestyle, and overall A grade senior girls Club Cup winner. Morgan's interest in biology has lead her to pursue her goal of becoming a doctor and she plans to further her education at university.

She and Premier Daniel Anderson met after Anderson began attending the same school as her in 2007. While the two do not have much to do with each other, there has generally been a positive relationship between them.

She resides in Riverhill Park, the capital of Jellicoe province.

Minister of Internal Affairs

Morgan held the vital role of Minister of Internal Affairs (previously known as Social Affairs) between 5 November 2010 and 7 November 2011. This position meant she was responsible for record-keeping, which included the processing of citizens and also the upkeep of national pride. She was also in charge of the Siroccan Border Service and the Land, Air and Sea Surveillance Organisation (LASSO), which monitors border and national security.

Morgan resigned on the afternoon of 7 November 2011.

Preceded by: Minister of Internal Affairs Succeded by:
Office established 5 November 2010 - 7 November 2011 Daniel Anderson
(as Minister of Access)