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|His Royal Highness |
Prince Bruno Crasnek
Portrait and Heritor of Marajo's Coat
|Minister of State of Pasargada|
|Assumed office: Jun 4 2009|
|Preceded by:||Juliana Benedetti (SDP)|
|Prince Heritor of Marajó|
|Assumed office: Jun 2009|
|Preceded by:||Julio Pablo Castañeda|
|Born:||20 July 1987|
|Birthplace:||Florianópolis, SC (Brazil)|
|Active since:||Mar 2002|
German Empire (2006–09)
German Empire (2009-)
|Residence:||Brasília, DF (Brazil)|
Bruno Crasnek is a micronationalist, head of the Marajoaran Dinasty and Minister of State of the Free Community of Pasargada.
He was initiated in micronationalism in 2001 as a respected and industrious citizen of extinct Republic of Marajo, an average-size influent micronation of lusophone sector. Dynamical politician, he has ascended to President of Marajó three times, cumulating valious know-how in micronational administration.
He was also an animated diplomat, speccially within anglophone sphere, where he acted as legate before League of Secessionist States (LoSS), League of Micronations (LoM) and Latin American Micronation's Organization (OLAM).
That time, Crasnek was generally known for a top statesman, very influent with his lusophone counterparts.
In 2005, struggling against lusophone dissipation, he was an enthusiast of the Ibero-American Federation (FIA), an union that has involved the nations of Marajó, Orange and Andorra. The project has had a fine beginning, but ultimately failed and the three respectful micronations founded themselves dormant, by 2007.
In the last days of activity in Marajó, he was leading a monarchist movement that culminated in his acclamation as Marajoaran King. Later, that micronation sank into inactivity. Thanks to a complex line of successions, he was declared in 2009 the sole heir of Marajoaran Dinasty, with legitimate rights to marajoaran heritage. This claim was recognized officially by both Réunion and Pasargada, two most important nations of Lusophony.
Later, he moved on to the German Empire, a modest lusophone micronation, where he was less active than marajoaran days. Nevertheless, Crasnek has never ceased his micronational participation.
Finally, following vigorous Pasargadan risorgimento of 2008-09, Bruno joined the Free Community, where his experience and engagement have fastly carried him to top positions. Part of Pasargadan Heart House, he was appointed in José Luiz Borrás's cabinet for the most central government's branch: the Ministry of State, responsible for immigration and forum moderation activities.
Nowadays, besides conducting Ministry of State, he is working with Inverness' revitalization project as only anglophone Canton of Pasargada.
Awards and decorations
Free Community of Pasargada
Symbols | Pasargadan Turn | Pasargadan Realism | Pasargadan Commonwealth | Government | Diplomatic Relations | Diplomatic Corps | Intermicronational Organizations| | Lusophone Commonwealth | Order of Manuel Bandeira | National Order Ruy Barbosa | People's Tribune
Anderson Paiva | André Cyranka | Andreza Streitenberger | Bruno Cava | Bruno Crasnek | Daniel Caires | Fábio Racoski | Felipe Aron | Filipe Sales | Henrique Rabelo | Igor Ravasco | Joao Azevedo | José Siqueira | Juliana Benedetti | Leandro Luiz | Michelle Fransan | Ozimar Júnior | Rafael Cruz | Renan Halphen | Rodrigo Mariano | Silvia Soares | Thiago Arantes | Vítor de Bourg | Ygor Lazaro | Yuri Ghenov