Dovedán Pashor

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Dovedán Pashor
Governor of Gonn
Assumed office
9 July 2018
Predecessor Suipom Goyo
Prefect of Kotavari
In office
22 May 2017 – 9 July 2018
Predecessor Prefecture established
Successor Amanita Aħari
Secretary of Botany
In office
10 January 2017 – 22 May 2017
Prime Minister Shounn Virny
Predecessor Andreina Rossini
Successor Shassel Marlaryen
Minister for Home Affairs and Demography
In office
1 April 2014 – 1 October 2014
Prime Minister Léon Galieri
Predecessor Gonzalo Salomé
Successor Wilhelm Starlynn
In office
1 June 2013 – 1 October 2013
Prime Minister Napoléon Bleuberrie
Rubén D. Hernández
Predecessor Snø Jens
Successor Gonzalo Salomé
Leader of the Left Alliance
In office
16 November 2014 – 9 February 2015
Predecessor Léon Galieri
Successor Narcissus Clyne
Personal information
Birth name Dovedán René Pashor-Quintero
Citizenship Sabioveronese
Political party Democratic Party (since 2017)
Other political
affiliations
Socialist Party (2012–14)
Left Alliance (2014–17)
Religion None (Atheism)
In this traditional Sabian name, Doixavái is the matronymic and Bašór-Kiñtero is the family name.

Dovedán René Pashor-Quintero (Sabian: dovedán rené doixavái bašór-kiñtero), commonly known as Dovedán Pashor is a Sabioveronese Democratic politician. He currently serves as the 2nd Governor of the Gonn Region, having been elected in the 2018 regional election. Previously he had served as prefect of Gonn's capital city, Kotavari.

Pashor is a career politician in Sabia and Verona. He was a member of the Socialist Party and served as a legislator in the first Courts of Sabia and Verona. He served as Minister for Home Affairs and Demography under two different Prime Ministers: first under Napoléon Bleuberrie in the 3rd government, and later under Léon Galieri in the 5th government. Most notably, under his first administration of the Home Ministry, same-sex marriage was legalized in Sabia and Verona.

After participating in the Haronos Plan (stage I), Pashor became a representative of the Left Alliance (of which he had become a member after the Socialist Party's dissolution) in the central regions. He campaigned for constitutional reform ahead of the 2017 constitutional referendum and participated in the resulting Constitutional Assembly, helping to draft the present Constitution of Sabia and Verona.

Early life

Pashor was born in Hamburg, Germany, where he first came in contact with the Karjasari household and other early Valtirians, like the Jens family, Ulla Müller, and Anton Schubert-Moss. Pashor's matronymic, Doixavái, is derived from doixa, the Sabian language word for "Germany" (it is thus a false matronymic, as it is actually a toponym). In the early 2000s, he moved to the Valtir and there, he met the precursors of the Sabioveronese nationhood movement, Napoléon Bleuberrie and Pomme-Gabrielle Gauvier.

He became a follower of Bleuberrie, and in 2012 joined his Sabia and Verona People's Movement. After Sabia and Verona's establishment in 2012, Pashor joined the Socialist Party founded by Bleuberrie and sat as one of the 20 members of the first Courts of Sabia and Verona

Career

Early career

Pashor's political career in Sabia and Verona began as one of the original members of the 1st Legislative Courts, which sat for the first time on 18 October 2012. He sat as a member of the Socialist Party representing the region of Verona, which sent at-large members as it had not yet been divided into municipalities. Pashor was re-elected in the 2012 election, this time representing the municipality of Tegula.

Despite not stand for the May 2013 election, the triumphant Socialists (led by Bleuberrie) chose him to be Minister for Home Affairs and Demography in the 3rd government. During his administration, same-sex marriage became part of the Sabioveronese common law, due to the marriage of Snø Jens and Léon Galieri. In the aftermath of the 25 July coup attempt, Pashor was one of the six ministers in the acephalous cabinet vacated by Napoléon Bleuberrie. As a result of Bleuberrie's arrest and subsequent trial and imprisonment, Pashor became General Secretary of the Socialist Party on 25 July 2013, when Ulla Müller, who had held that position, became the party's president.

In the March 2014 general election, Pashor stood as a candidate for the newly formed Left Alliance in Aguasblancas's first legislative district, Nel-Berin. After winning in his district, Pashor was once again chosen to be Home Minister in Léon Galieri's cabinet. Pashor was re-elected in his district in September 2014.

Pashor was one of the 20 members of the Chamber of Deputies whose mandate was unconstitutionally revoked upon the dissolution of the Courts by conservative prime minister Bertrand Rivière on 15 July 2015.

Haronos and current work

Pashor was one of the many Valtirians who participated in the Haronos Plan, specifically, in stage I. He was thus one of the original settlers of the Southern Territories. Pashor kept his membership of the Left Alliance, even though most other Left and Convergence members flocked to the newly formed National Artists' Guild. He did, however, vote for the Guild in the 2015 election.

In 2016, Pashor settled in Gonn. When the Left Alliance's Andreina Rossini resigned as Secretary of Botany due to inner conflicts in the governing coalition, Pashor was appointed in her stead. Pashor was one of the self-appointed members of the 2017 Constitutional Assembly, and helped draft the current Constitution of Sabia and Verona.

When the prefecture of Asry became Kotavari in 2017, Pashor was elected as its first Prefect (mayor). That year, Pashor became a member of the Democratic Party after the Left Alliance's merger. At the 2018 regional elections, Pashor was the Democrats' candidate for Governor of the Gonn Region, and won with 58.1% of the vote. He succeeded Suipom Goyo as the 2nd Governor of Gonn on 9 July 2018.

Political offices
Preceded by
Suipom Goyo
Governor of Gonn
9 July 2018 – present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Position established
Prefect of Kotavari
22 May 2017 – 9 July 2018
Succeeded by
Amanita Aħari
Preceded by
Andreina Rossini
Secretary of Botany
10 January 2017 – 22 May 2017
Succeeded by
Shassel Marlaryen
Preceded by
Gonzalo Salomé
Minister for Home Affairs and Demography
1 April 2014 – 1 October 2014
Succeeded by
Wilhelm Starlynn
Preceded by
Snø Jens
Minister for Home Affairs and Demography
1 June 2013 – 1 October 2013
Succeeded by
Gonzalo Salomé
Parliament of Sabia and Verona
Preceded by
New constituency
MC for Aguasblancas I Nel-Berin
1 April 2014 – 15 July 2015
Succeeded by
Legislature dissolved
Preceded by
New constituency
MC for Tegula
1 January 2013 – 1 June 2013
Succeeded by
Various
Preceded by
New constituency
MC for Verona
18 October 2012 – 1 January 2013
Succeeded by
Constituency dissolved
Party political offices
Preceded by
Léon Galieri
Leader of the Left Alliance
16 November 2014 – 9 February 2015
Succeeded by
Narcissus Clyne
Preceded by
Ulla Müller
General Secretary of the Socialist Party
25 July 2013 – 23 February 2014
Succeeded by
Party dissolved