Livia Aïrosser

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Livia Aïrosser

(Livia Airosser)
1st Minister of Finance
Assumed office
November 5, 2010
Premier Daniel Anderson
Political party Siroccan Federal Party (SFP)
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
1st Governor of the Imperial Bank of Sirocco
Assumed office
December 1, 2010
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
Personal information
Born 10 December 1993 (1993-12-10) (age 24)
Minnesota, USA
Citizenship New Zealand
Nationality Swiss
Ethnicity European
Religion Christian

Livia Aïrosser (born December 10, 1993, also stylised as Livia Airosser) is a Siroccan politician and incoming Minister of Finance of the Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco and Governor of the Imperial Bank of Sirocco. She is the first person to hold either post.

Biography

Aïrosser was born in Minnesota, USA on December 10, 1993. Shortly after her birth her family moved to Switzerland, where she lived for six years before moving to New Zealand.

In 2009 she began attending the secondary school that Premier Daniel Anderson, among others, also attended. The two became friends soon after.

Minister and Governor

Aïrosser, as Minister of Finance, holds a vital office within Sirocco as she is responsible for presenting the annual Budget for the Federal Commonwealth (her first will be presented in 2011) and for managing the finances of the micronation. Her term as Minister of Finance shall begin on November 5, 2010.

She also holds the post of Governor of the Imperial Bank of Sirocco, meaning she will be responsible also for the minting and printing of coins and banknotes (respectively) of the Siroccan Simoleon (§). Her term as Governor of the Imperial Bank of Sirocco shall begin on December 1, 2010.


Preceded by: Minister of Finance Succeded by: Federal Party Logo.png
Office established November 5, 2010-present Incumbent
Preceded by: Governor of the Imperial Bank of Sirocco Succeded by: Andersonian Flag.png
Office established December 1, 2010-present Incumbent