Daniel Cendrick

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Daniel Cendrick
Tavil Communist Party Spokesperson
In office
7 January 2021 – 10 April 2021
Preceded byoffice was established
Succeeded byWallis Murphy
Personal details
BornVladimir Daniel Cendrick
23 May 1989
Astragan, Soviet Union
Died22 April 2021(2021-04-22) (aged 31)
Atafu State Hospital, Tavil Republic
(Died due to COVID-19)
Cause of deathCOVID-19
Resting placeNational State Cemetery, Atafu, Tavil Republic
Citizenship Russia
Republic of Tavil
Political partyLiberal Democratic Party of Russia (2004 - 2007)
United Russia (2007 - 2014)
Communist Party of the Russian Federation (2014 - 2021)
Tavil Communist Party (2021 - 2021)
Alma materAstrakhan State University (2008 - 2011)
University of Denver (2015 - 2019)

Daniel Cendrick Russian and Tavilian is a politician and micronationalist.

Early life

Daniel Cendrick was born on 23 May 1989 in Astragan, Soviet Union. He completed high school in Astragan and studied political sciences at Astrakhan State University in 2008. He completed his education in 2011 and then went to Moscow. After dealing with politics here for a while, he went on a European tour in February 2012. He went to China in 2013 and then to Cuba in 2014. He embraced communism there and went to Russia and left the United Russia party of which he was a member and became a member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation. In 2015, he went to the US state of Denver and got his master's degree at the University of Denver. His education there lasted 4 years and he moved to Shanghai, China in 2019. He returned to Moscow after the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020. In November 2020, he went to Atafu province of Tavil Republic and settled there. In 2021, he became a party spokesperson by becoming a member of the Tavil Communist Party.

2021 Tavil Republic coup attempt

On March 21, 2021, Daniel Cendrick invited the public to protest with the party leader Racheal Juan, that the Tavil Communist Party was not winning the elections. The protests continued until April 9, 2021, and the Tavil Communist Party attempted a coup against the government. The coup lasted 2 days and failed.


Daniel Cendrick was caught fleeing from Atafu to Fiji on April 10, 2021. He was detained. On April 11, he was taken to Atafu State Hospital for a health check before the court. Diagnosed with COVID-19 while performing routine tests, quarantined. On April 14, his condition worsened and he was taken to intensive care. On April 16, his condition reached a critical level and the oxygen tube was connected. 5 days later, on April 22, he succumbed to the disease and died. Cendrick became the first politician in Tavil Republic to die of COVID-19. Despite the accusations against him, he was buried in the National State Cemetery, where it was decided to bury the statesmen who would die. This move of the government received great support and respect from the public, especially the Tavil Communist Party. However, some people claims that Cendrick was tortured by the police, the military and the government for 11 days during his detention and died due to his wounds.[citation needed]