Lord Dionisiy Tedzhan-Smahin

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Lord Dionisiy Tedzhan-Smahin, Count of West Frisia
Official portrait
Federal Prime Minister of Lostisland
Assumed office
14 February 2015
Predecessor Irina Sopas
Successor Incumbent
Representative of Theodosiopolis
Assumed office
21 March 2019
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
Personal information
Born 16 October 1994 (1994-10-16) (age 24)
Citizenship Austenasian, Lostislandic, Dutch
Residence Theodosiopolis, Austenasia

Lord Dionisiy Tedzhan-Smahin, Count of West Frisia is the incumbent Representative of Theodosiopolis in the Empire of Austenasia, Federal Prime Minister of Lostisland and has held several other governmental positions in numerous other micronations.

In Austenasia

In Lostisland

In Pavlov

Since the end of the Pavlov crisis, the then House of Karapavlovič has been operating a House in Exile, and numerous proposals were delivered by the former citizens to reestablish Pavlov. The House in Exile, and in particular the Emperor, and the Federal Government of Lostisland developed amicable relations, however up to the 14th of September 2014 a compromise was never reached. On this day the House of Karapavlovič asserted sovereignty over the antarctic claims of the former Grand Principality of Snezhanopol and the state was within minutes recognized by the Federal Republic of Lostisland.[1][2]

Dionisiy has been criticised by many for his Autocratic and (religiously) conservative policies, however he was being praised by the Pavlovian citizens. With them in 2015 - while still Grand Prince - deciding to grant to him the titles of Imperator and Augustus,[3] he reformed the Grand Principality into the Empire of Pavlov. During his reign, Pavlov co-hosted multiple events in the russophone micronation community, a constitution was passed and national symbols were developed. In October 2016 he unified all territories under his reign (with the exception of Gaston) into the then Empire of Pavlov, with various states joining the Empire becoming Themes.

Dionisiy developed Pavlov up to a level that it could have been classified as a historical simulation of the medieval Rus principalities, Russia under Ioann Grozny, and the Roman Empire. as such, he reintroduced the Oprichnina[4] and the Julian Calendar.[5] He also officially supported the Flat Earth theory in his capacity as Emperor, and enforced many bans, such as on atheism, shaving, and communism.

Other micronational activity

Dionisiy has been involved in numerous other Micronational projects such as Ashukovo, Hasanistan and Nedland.

Titles, Styles and Awards

Titles and styles

  • 16 October 1994 - July 2012: Deniz T.
  • July 2012 - March 2013: His Majesty Deniz II, by the Grace of God, King of the Pavlovians (Pavlov)
  • 'March 2013 - April 2013: His Serene Highness Deniz, Prince of Pavlov, Prime Minister of Lostisland (Lostisland)
  • April 2013 - September 2014: Deniz T.
    • April 2013 - September 2013: De jure to Supporters of the April Coup: His Majesty Deniz II, by the Grace of God, King of the Pavlovians (Pavlov)
  • September 2014 - October 2014: His Royal Highness Deniz, by the Grace of God, Grand Prince of Pavlov (Pavlov)
  • October 2014 - December 2014: His Imperial Highness Deniz, by the Grace of God, Grand Prince of Pavlov, Caesar of Rome (Pavlov)
  • December 2014 - February 2017: His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV, by the Grace of God, Emperor and Autocrat of all-Pavlov, the Romans and the Entire-East, Semper Augustus, Shahanshah with the glory of Solomon of Hasanistan, King of Gaston, of Nazir, etc. etc. etc. (Pavlov)
  • December 2014 - February 2017: His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV, To Christ Our God Faithful, Tsar and Grand Prince of all Pavlov, of All, the Great, the Little, the White and the Pavlovian Rus’ Autocrat, etc. etc. etc. (Pavlov)
  • February 2015 - Present: His Serene Highness Deniz, Prince of Pavlov, Prime Minister of Lostisland (Lostisland)
  • March 2019 - Present: Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin, Count of West Frisia (Austenasia)

Awards

References