Farhaz Hazarika

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His Excellency The Most Honourable
Raj Ratna Duke Shri
Farhaz Hazarika
ফাৰহাজ হাজাৰিকা
फरहाज़ हज़ारिका
DKO DKII (Purvanchal) DKII (Beltola) DB SUMP DUBM DSUU SUMM DURD SURK DPUK DS PVDS RSP PRS CSP KGHB KCON KGLDCG OrM MMS CGS MORT MP


Portrait of the Duke of Pragjyotisha
Prime Minister of Vishwamitra
Assumed office:
22 November 2021
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
Uparashtradhyaksh Tanishkaa Patranabish
Bishnu Chetry
Deputy Prime Minister Princess Anoushkaa
Michal Nowacki
Rory McPhail
Princess Sarala
Arthur Lacey-Scott
Predecessor Phillip Joseph Pillin
In office:
11 September – 21 October 2021
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
Uparashtradhyaksh Tanishkaa Patranabish
Deputy Prime Minister Michal Nowacki
Predecessor Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
Successor Phillip Joseph Pillin
President of the National People's Congress
In office:
11 July – 12 December 2021
Vice President Prince Abhiraj & Rory McPhail
Predecessor Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
Successor Rory McPhail
Other ministerial and political offices in Vishwamitra
Deputy Prime Minister of Vishwamitra
In office:
18 June – 11 September 2021
serving with Michal Nowacki
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
Prime Minister Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
Predecessor Position vacant last held by David Augustus
Minister of Home Affairs
In office:
6 March – 21 October 2021
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
Prime Minister Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
Self
Predecessor Dhrubajyoti Roy (as Advisor to the Prime Minister)
Successor Carson Snyder
Minister of Education
In office:
6 August – 11 September 2021
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
Prime Minister Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
Predecessor Daniel Lee
Successor Jayden Dagsa
Minister of State (Independent Charge)
for Social and Citizen's Welfare
In office:
28 January – 1 March 2021
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
Prime Minister Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and International Relations
In office:
31 January 2021 – 1 March 2021
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
Prime Minister Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
Predecessor Rajia Hazarika
Successor Ezri Ambriz
Member of the Privy Council
In office:
23 May – 31 December 2021
Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy
President Chris Ramsay
Personal Information
Full name
Farhaz Hazarika
Born 6 October 2003 (2003-10-06) (age 19)
Guwahati, India
Nationality Indian
Ethnicity Assamese
Political party National People's Congress
Relations Fardeen Hazarika (brother), Abayat Ibtiyaz (cousin)
Religion Islam
Signature
Military service
Allegiance  Vishwamitra
Service/branch  Royal Vishwamitran Army
In service 2021 – present
Rank Colonel (Vishwamitra) - OF-5.svg Colonel

Duke Farhaz Hazarika (born 6 October 2003) is a Vishwamitran politician and noble who served as the Prime Minister of Vishwamitra between 11 September and 21 October 2021 succeeding Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu. He served as one of the two Deputy Prime Ministers alongside Michal Nowacki and has been in office between 18 June and 11 September 2021. He is also the National President of the ruling National People's Congress party and it was under his leadership that the party won two consecutive by-elections to the Parliament.

Personal life

Farhaz Hazarika was born on 6 October 2003 in Guwahati, India and is the youngest child of his parents. He has an elder brother named Fardeen Hazarika (born 2001) who is also active in Vishwamitran local politics. He is the maternal cousin of Abayat Ibtiyaz, a junior minister in the union council of ministers. He is currently pursuing his under-graduation degree course from a prominent college in his homecity of Guwahati and is a classmate of Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy and Grand Chamberlain W. Pranit Singh.

Micronational career

Farhaz Hazarika (left) with Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy (right) on 14 September 2021.

Farhaz Hazarika was introduced to micronationalism by his friend and classmate Dhrubajyoti Roy after gaining knowledge and interest in micronational politics. He formally joined Vishwamitra as a citizen in January 2021 and soon rose to prominence because of his close friendship with the Rashtradhyaksh. Within days of joining the nation, he was offered a position in the caretaker government led by Prime Minister Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu, which he graciously accepted. He was formally appointed as a Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Social and Citizen's Welfare on 28 January 2021 and was also entrusted with the additional duties of the Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Relations three days later on 31 January 2021.

He contested the March 2021 Vishwamitran general election from the Basistha City parliamentary constituency of the state of Basistha and was unopposed elected to the parliament. Following the victory of the National People's Congress in the election, he placed an important role in the formation of the government and the appointment of Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu as the Prime Minister. With the formation of the ministry, he was entrusted with the duties of the Minister of Home Affairs, Planning and Public Grievances. He became the third most senior member of the cabinet after Prime Minister Snagoveanu and Senior Minister Prince Abhiraj. He was appointed as a Member of His Majesty's Privy Council on 23 May 2021. In a cabinet reshuffle which took place on 18 June 2021, he was appointed as a Deputy Prime Minister alongside Michal Nowacki.

Premiership

With speculations of a potential change of guard, Prime Minister Snagoveanu announced his retirement from politics after he was offered to take of a more prestigious constitutional job. Farhaz Hazarika became first in line to succeed him as Prime Minister and soon the formal announcement was made that he would be succeeding Snagoveanu as the nation's Prime Minister in mid-September 2021. On 11 July 2021, he became the National President of the National People's Congress succeeding Snagoveanu. He was assigned the additional duties of the Minister of Education on 6 August 2021 after serving minister Daniel Lee was removed from the cabinet.

He was formally appointed as the nation's Prime Minister on 10 September 2021 succeeding Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu, who was appointed as the Rajyapal of Basistha. He assumed the duties of the Prime Minister on 11 September 2021 after being administered the oath of office and secrecy by the Rashtradhyaksh. He retained the portfolios of the Minister of Home Affairs. He stepped down as the Prime Minister on 21 October 2021, a month ahead of the general election and was replaced by Phillip Joseph Pillin on a caretaker basis.

He was re-elected to office for a second term on 22 November 2021 following the unprecedented victory of the National People's Congress in the November 2021 general election. His second term in office can be described as one with many hurdles and events. His leadership came to stake after two of his ministers - Rory McPhail and Jayden Dagsa went against him due to his failure to introduce further engagements and activity in the nation. This ended in him losing the position of the party leader and was succeeded by McPhail as the President of the ruling National People's Congress. It would under McPhail's leadership that the rise of the opposition Social Democratic Party was found and the party succeeded in winning four seats of the House of the People in the by-elections held in January 2022. However, Prime Minister Hazarika's second administration was marked by serious inactivity and constitutional failures. Finally, on 17 March 2022, Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy addressed the nation in which he announced that he shall be assuming executive powers within the nation but also appointed him as the Chairman of the Council of Ministers and in-charge of several important ministries.

By May 2022, the situation seemed to be back to form and intentions of a mid-term election was made. However, this ended up in the filling of the vacant seats of the parliament and the dissolution of the interim administration. Farhaz Hazarika was elected as the Prime Minister for the third term by the members of the parliament on 12 May 2022 and formed his third cabinet. His current administration has been instrumental in several developments within the nation including outreaching diplomatic relations.

Titles, styles, military ranks, and honours

Titles

Full title

His Excellency The Most Honourable Raj Ratna Duke Shri Farhaz Hazarika, D.K.O., D.K. II (Purvanchal), D.K. II (Beltola), D.B., S.U.M.P., D.U.B.M., D.S.U.U., S.U.M.M., D.U.R.D., S.U.R.K., D.P.U.K., D.S., P.V.D.S., R.S.P., P.R.S., C.S.P., M.P., First Class of the Most Exalted Order of the Dragon Pearl of Huai Siao, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Auspicious and Exalted Order of the Royal House of Helmond-Bernhard of Queensland, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Blessed Order of the Loyalty Defender to the State Carl Gustaf City, Commander of the Order of the Golden Sun of Melite, Member of the Order of the Royal Tree of Lurdentania, Recipient First Class of the Red Cross Commendation Medal of Huai Siao, Prime Minister of Vishwamitra and the Keeper of the Rulers' Seal.

Dates of rank

Insignia Rank Component Date of rank
Lieutenant (Vishwamitra) - OF-1.svg Lieutenant Royal Vishwamitran Army 4 May 2021
Captain (Vishwamitra) - OF-2.svg Captain Royal Vishwamitran Army 29 May 2021
Major (Vishwamitra) - OF-3.svg Major Royal Vishwamitran Army 9 July 2021
Lieutenant colonel (Vishwamitra) - OF-4.svg Lieutenant Colonel Royal Vishwamitran Army 3 August 2021
Colonel (Vishwamitra) - OF-5.svg Colonel Royal Vishwamitran Army 13 September 2021

Honours

Vishwamitra and its states

Former honours
State honours
Territorial honours

Foreign honours

States of Queensland

Order of wear

Ribbon bars and badges of the orders and decorations that are worn by Duke Farhaz Hazarika are noted in accordance with customary Vishwamitran conventions applicable to the occasion, the location and to the form of dress worn. The ribbon bars are worn according to the protocol and the precedence of the wear as issued by the Chancellery of the orders. It is to note that the ribbons of the foreign honours are worn below the national and state honours of Vishwamitra. The badges of the foreign decorations are not worn regularly except for special occasions.

Ribbon bars worn by Duke Farhaz Hazarika

Ribbon bar of the Order of the Foxtail Orchid.svgRibbon bar of the Royal Family Order of Purvanchal - Grand Commander.svg
Royal Family Order of Beltola - Member 2nd Class - ribbon.svgRibbon bar of the Order of Basistha.svgOrder of Uttaranchal - Grand Knight - ribbon bar.svgOrder of the Crown of Madhya Prant (Knight Grand Companion) - ribbon bar.svg
Order of the State of Kamrupa - Knight Grand Cross - ribbon.svgRibbon bar of the Order of Swevalis.svgRibbon bar of the Distinguished and Long Service Medal (Vishwamitra).svgNational Service Medal (Vishwamitra) - ribbon.svg
Ribbon bar of the Royal Service Medal (Vishwamitra).svgRibbon bar of the Civil Service Medal (Vishwamitra).svgRibbon bar of the Commemorative Medal of the First Anniversary of the Vishwamitran Monarchy.svgRibbon bar of the Crystal Jubilee Commemorative Medal.svg
Ribbon bar of the Commemorative Medal of the 21st Birthday of Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy.svgOrder of the Dragon Pearl - First class ribbon.svgOrder of the Royal Tree - Member.svgOrder of the Helmond-Bernhard - Grand Cross - Ribbon.svg
Order of the Golden Sun - Commander.svgOrder of the Loyalty Defender of the State George City - Ribbon.svgRed Cross Commendation Medal (Huai Siao) - ribbon.svgBenedikte X Inauguration Medal - Ribbon.svg

Badges worn by Duke Farhaz Hazarika

Order of the Foxtail Orchid - Badge.svg
Badge of the Order of the Crown of Purvanchal (Grand Commander).svgBadge of the Order of Loyalty to the Crown of Beltola.svgBadge of the Order of the State of Kamrupa (Knight Grand Cross).svg
Order of the Dragon Pearl - First Class(Star).pngOrder of the Royal House of Helmond-Bernhard - GCHB and GHB - Badge.svgOrder of the Loyalty Defender of the State Carl Gustaf City - Badge.svg

See also

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