|Felipe Aron OMB|
|Prime-Minister of Porto Claro|
|Assumed office: Jul 4 2009|
|Preceded by:||Marcelo Brunella|
|Premier of Pasargada|
|Mandates: May-Jul 2004, Jan-Feb 2005 and Jul 2008 - May 2009|
|Preceded by:||Yuri Ghenov|
|Succeded by:||José Luiz Borrás|
|Born:||19 January 1985|
|Birthplace:||Santos, SP (Brazil)|
|Active since:||Feb 2003|
|Micronationality||Sloborskaia (2003), |
Pasargada (2004–05, 2007–09),
Porto Claro (2009-)
|Political Party:||Social-Democracy Party (PSD)|
|Residence:||Rua Artur Assis, nº25 apto 61 - Boqueirão - Santos-SP / CEP 11045-540|
His first micronational enterprise was the Republic of Sloborskaia, a small simulationist sui generis micronation of lusophone sector. In 2003, he founded the nation with two friends as a communist-inspired regimen.
Felipe is the publisher of politically-oriented Pravda newspaper, an important media among lusophones with more than 60 editions.
In january 2004, thanks to Aron's adherence to Pasargadan realism, after a national plebiscite and diplomatic agreements, Sloborskaia was incorporated as fourth Canton of Pasargada. Immensely active, Aron was the key factor for the appeareance of Federalist Alliance (AFP), a new political house that very soon overtook power in Pasargada. In may 2004, he assumed highest Pasargadan office as Chief of Government. He has eventually resigned, due to intense pressure from Pasargadan World house, after famous Wundo's (generally considered) "illegal" moderation incident.
A very skillful and pragmatic politician, Aron was Premier of Pasargada three times, representing two different houses: Pasargadan Heart and Federalist Alliance. In every occasion, he could establish a solid "petit comité" around himself, with dedicated micronationalists. Although productive, he is also known for his bad temper. In 2005, while premier of Pasargada, he supported Sloborskaia Canton's secession, what would come true a few months later. Felipe then tried to be successful with the soviet-style micronation URSS, which merged Sloborskaia and Bervania. In the end of 2006, it ultimately failed and then Aron retook his Pasargadan citizenship.
His opus magnum was enthusiastically leading, together with his very active Minister André Cyranka, the risorgimento of Pasargada, from july 2008 to may 2009. A complete set of initiatives has driven the traditional lusophone power from the all-in-all inactivity to a fully prosper and functional micronation. This time, he made an outstanding accomplishment, as Pasargadan renovation spread out Lusophony, resulting in the fermenting year of 2009.
For his unfatigued and exuberant contribution to the Free Community of Pasargada, even after his crimes agains the Free Community and agains its people, Aron is the only former Pasargadan awarded with micronation's highest condecoration: the Order of Manuel Bandeira (OMB) - "Ordem Nacional Manuel Bandeira".
Recognizing high services in the interests of Pasargada, for his unfatigued struggle for democratic principles, one of the most relevant politicians of Pasargadan revitalization, (...) I hereby grant Felipe Aron the most honourable condecoration of Pasargada.— Speech of Chancellor Igor Ravasco, April 19, 2009
In july 2009, after being outpowered by Pasargadan Heart, which formed the new Pasargadan government, Felipe Aron emmigrated to West Porto Claro, in order to apply his six-year impressive experience as portoclarian main leader.
Therefore, nowadays, he occupies the office of Premier of Porto Claro and publish the just-out "Lighthouse" newspaper.
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