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10/04/18 - 26/11/18
|Born||Durham, United Kingdom|
|Residence||Durham, University Town|
It is a political norm in Sorrenia to adopt an alias, utilising a pseudonym and alternative portrait. Melseeq Seetoornah is a translation of 'John Smith' into the Mezerizeb language. A Mezerizeb Methodist, Melseeq uses the Methodist Church of Great Britain cross as his portrait.
After several months in office Melseeq resigned, angered at the political divisiveness in the council; he lambasted the New Monarchists for being too uncompromising, and also criticised members of his own party for their weak policy platform.
Development of Konpantzia Thought
Melseeq took several weeks to assess the state of politics in Sorrenia, and produced a thesis tilted 'Stability and Longevity in Sorrenia', in which he outlined what became Konpantzia Thought; a policy of alternating powers between monarchist and republican institutions.
Melseeq's thesis immediately attracted support, especially from the student population of Sorrenia, many of whom felt disenfranchised by the monarchist-republican split.
Entrance into the King's Council
Melseeq ran for the NDLP in University Town, specifically on a platform of introducing Konpantzia Thought into government. He narrowly defeated The Republicans in the constituency, allowing him to enter national Sorrenian politics.
His electoral success granted his theory additional scrutiny; and although it was rejected by the New Monarchists and The Republicans, several NDLP chapters in southern counties officially endorsed the treatise, and several members of the Christian Alliance vocalised support, creating a Konpantzia faction within the party.
Minister for the Environment
In November 2018, after a significant electoral victory by the NDLP, Melseeq was appointed Minister for the Environment in a New Monarchist-NDLP coalition government.
Melseeq has been criticised by some for failing to fulfil the duties of his office, instead continuing to focus on constitutional reform. In relation to the environment, Melseeq has urged the government to call for a shift towards green energy production, and has also furthered the program of 'mini-farms', a policy employed during the Sorrenian Federation which encourages citizens to grow a small number of crops within their garden.
|April 2018||St Hilda's||NDLP||46||6||▲46%||The Republicans|
|June 2018||St Hilda's||NDLP||48||8||▲2%||The Republicans|
|July 2018||St Hilda's||NDLP||44||6||▼4%||New Monarchists|
|November 2018||University Town||NDLP||44||4||▬0%||The Republicans|
Although Melseeq is a member of government and works with several leading NDLP figures, he is nonetheless often seen as somewhat of an outsider, choosing to align often with NDLP members outside of the party leadership.