|The Honourable Admiral|
|Depiction of Evan|
19 October 2021 - 23 August 2022
|Predecessor||Himself (as High Commissioner for Connemara)|
Liam David King (as Prime Minister)
|Successor||office abolished (replaced by Sean Dunkerque as executive Governor)|
|House of Delegates||Roundstone (100%)|
September 2021 to 19 October 2021
|Predecessor||Himself (as Governor-General and Liam David King (as Prime Minister)|
|Successor||Himself (as Prime Minister)|
29 July 2021 to September 2021
|Prime Minister||Liam David King|
|Successor||Himself (as High Commissioner)|
4 October 2021 to 28 November 2021
|Born||2007 (age 15–16)|
|Birth name||Evan O’Neill|
|Political party||Republican Bloc (2021-present)|
|Freedom Party (2021)|
|Occupation||Politician, soccer player, student|
|Committees||High Commission for Connemara (formerly)|
|Portfolio||Prime Minister of Connemara|
|Nickname(s)||Premier O’Neill |
The Governor’s Admiral
|Unit||Connemara Rangers (navy branch)|
Evan O’Neill (born November 2007), is an Irish inactive micronationalist and naval officer who was the second and final Prime Minister of the Province of Connemara, having previously been High Commissioner and also Governor-General.
Evan was invited by Thomas Jacobs to help him create an autonomous government in the Province of Connemara on 29 July 2021, in the early stages of the Second Jacobs Presidency. He became the Governor-General, the de jure representative of the Central Government. Liam David King became the first Prime Minister of Connemara. De facto Evan O’Neill was the head of government.
In September 2021, Liam David King had an argument with Thomas Jacob, leaving the Provincial Government, and the position was abolished. O’Neill became both the representative of the Central Government and de jure head of government. Then the position of Governor-General was abolished and reformed into the High Commissioner for Connemara. O’Neill became the first High Commissioner.
In October 2021, the Central Government abolished the High Commission, and created the positions of Governor of Connemara and the Prime Minister of Connemara. O’Neill became the second Prime Minister of Connemara, and Tadhg O’Regan became the first Governor.