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| Napoléon Bleuberrie|
IOB, MOF, ROS
October 20, 2012 - January 1, 2013
|Predecessor||Pomme-Gabrielle Gauvier (Acting)|
June 1, 2013 - July 25, 2013
|Successor||Rubén D. Hernández (Acting)|
October 26, 2012 - July 25, 2013
|Vice President||Pomme-Gabrielle Gauvier|
|Birth name||Napoléon d'Hélène Bleuberrie Máravak|
|Political party||National Artists' Guild (since 2015)|
| Other political
|Left Alliance (2014 - 2015)|
Socialist Party (2012 - 2014)
|Cabinet|| 1st ministry|
- This name uses Sabian naming customs: Bleuberrie is the family name and Máravak is the matronymic.
Napoléon d'Hélène Bleuberrie Máravak IOB MOF ROS also formerly known as the Dear Leader is a Sabioveronese politician, author, socialite, and former activist; two-times Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona and founder of the now defunct Socialist Party. He was elected Prime Minister by the Courts of Sabia and Verona and soon became the leader of a "revolution" that would lead the whole region into a period of sectoral socialism that ended when he lost the first general elections of December 2012 against the conservative Osez Kóvérsz of the Unity Party in December, 2012. However, Bleuberrism gained popularity during Kóvérsz' term and he won the May 2013 election. On July 25, 2013, Bleuberrie led a failed self-coup attempt that resulted in his arrest.
Born in Maracaibo, Napoléon d'Hélène Bleuberrie Máravak was released from a concentration camp in his hometown, where he lived a few weeks before moving to the south of the country. His Sabian matronymic, Maravak, reflects his origins and hometown. He made his living as a peasant and became an important figure within a small social circle in the Valtir Sector. He became an activist for whale shark rights, originally hoping to achieve recognition nationwide in Venezuela. His campaign "Tiburones ballena pa' la Asamblea" ("Whale sharks to the Assembly") became somewhat famous, but it never reached anywhere outside the Andean states. However unsuccessful his activism was, he became known in the Valtir Sector for his charms, making him a celebrity up to this day. It is argued Bleuberrie is known more than Sabia and Verona itself.
In October 2012, the region was recovering from the failure that represented the annexation to the Würtige Empire as Listva; micronationalism in the Garrshirian sector was suffering. Rumours of talks between Tarik Kârjasary and King Ciprian were spreading, and Bleuberrie along other Sabioveronese leftist acvitists took their opportunity and formed the Sabia and Verona People's Movement (Movimiento Popular Sabia y Verona). In the Movement figured important faces; alongside Bleuberrie were Pomme-Gabrielle Gauvier and Ulla Müller. The SVPM drew plans to form a socialist government in the region, leaded by Bleuberrie. Sabia and Verona as originally planned by the SVPM was composed of Salisse (known then as Saint Enric), Caenia, Aguasblancas (Nuevo Berín) and part of what today is Tegula. Due to the diversity of languages spoken in the region at the time, the SVPM had troubles organizing meetings and many members proposed forming their own linguistic groups. Kârjasary and Bleuberrie agreed to make Sabia and Verona an overseas territory of the Kingdom of Juclandia, which originally prompted opposition within the SVPM.
On October 18, 2012, Bleuberrie, Gauvier and Müller arranged the first meeting of the Courts of Sabia and Verona, which was presided by Bleuberrie. In the meeting, Gauvier was elected provisionally as Prime Minister, but near the end of the meeting Gauvier turned down the position and this time Bleuberrie was elected to serve as Prime Minister for a term of six months. Partially thanks to Bleuberrie's fascination for the North Korean culture, Korean is made the regional language and schools regionwide now teach it as main language.
First term (October - December 2012)
Bleuberrie's government slayed the edge between a socialist state and a monarchy. The SVPM was disbanded and Bleuberrie forms the Socialist Party (Sahoedang). The Socialist Party, commonly referred as "The Party" is even bigger than the SVPM, and now that Korean is spoken regionwide, linguistic problems are no longer in the way of the leading party. Government propaganda, corruption and coercion categorize the initial stages of Bleuberrie's first term. As the government pushes harder to eliminate the growing opposition's voices, a group of liberal conservatives in Caenia leaded by Graham Müntz form the Unity Party, unifying the former adherents of the Democratic Party, the Conservative Christian Party and several independent oppostion politicians. In sight of the Unity Party's increasing popularity, the Socialist Party leads a series of reforms in the region that outlaw "harmful conservative propaganda", and forbids the Unity Party from public demonstrations.
As the "Sabian Nationalist Movement" allies with the Unity Party, the Bleuberrie government realizes its situation. To avoid a possible revolt agains the Government or a coup, Bleuberie opens to the Unity Party and the Sabian Nationalist Movement's demands. On December 16, 2012, the Legislative Courts agree to outlaw the use of Korean as regional language and implements the use of Sabian language instead. A treaty between the Socialist Party and the Unity Party is signed, the Karasal Treaty. With the Karasal Treaty, the Regional Committee for Democracy and Stability in Sabia and Verona, better known as the Karasal Council (now the Commission for the Preservation of Democracy) that regulates democratic proceses in the region. The Socialist Party is not allowed to be in the Commission, and so it loses control of the state. King Ciprian orders the creation of a regional armed corp, the People's Land Army. Bleuberrie becomes leader of this small military body as General. During that time, Bleuberrie starts his candidacy for the December general election, running for a full six-month term as First Secretary. His campaign was partially funded by the regional treasury, which caused controversy within the opposition. Against all the odds, Bleuberrie and his campaign loses to the Unity opponent Osez Kóvérsz by a considerable margin. Kóvérsz took office on January 1, 2013.
The Kóvérsz Era
During Kóvérsz' term, Bleuberrie stayed away from politics. He retired to a small house in Elinore and worked in the Socialist Party's platforms. Meanwhile, most of the Party's conferences and rallies were leaded by Gauvier. He focused in a young group of anarchists that were based in Alcabala and moved underground, avoiding public precense. The group, that called itself the "Free Suyu Front" was contacted by Bleuberrie, who proposed to help them bring down the Kóvérsz government. With the Socialist Party's secret aid, the Free Suyu Front managed to infiltrate Anton Schubert-Moss as Minister in Kóvérsz' Cabinet. Information from Cabinet meetings and the Unity Party's plans leaked through Schubert-Moss helped both the Socialist Party and the Free Suyu Front act with anticipation, and sectors of the Socialist Party were already forming militias. However, in a move that neither Socialists nor members of the FSF anticipated, the Legislative Courts agreed to legalize the FSF and accept it as an official political party, and Kóvérsz issued a pardon to Hidram Cerwyn, leader of the FSF and other FSF members. This way, Schubert-Moss and Bleuberrie are discovered and arrested for violating the convictions of the Karasal Treaty. They were both released soon after.
On April 2013, Bleuberrie got his own daytime talk show called "The Bleuberrie Report", which he used to promote the Socialist Party's ideals and to criticize Kóvérsz and his administration, and through which he announced his candidacy for the May 2013 general election. His campaign was categorized as agressive, yet it proved efficient. On May 20, 2013, Bleuberrie obtained 31% of the votes against three other candidates.
Second term (June - July 2013)
Post-premiership (August 2013 - present)
On September 26, 2013 DMDK spokesperson Marie Lovett announced an agreement had been settled with Bleuberrie and he was to be released from jail that month alongside Tovinski, Walker and Lawrence. Following his release he made a press conference in which he stated he had no intention to return to power anytime soon. Gauvier had assumed temporary leadership of the Socialist Party while Rubén Hernández served as acting First Secretary, and it was settled Bleuberrie wasn't to participate actively in politics until a year after his release. In February 2014 during Sabia and Verona's transition into the FUJL Bleuberrie announced he was officially quitting politics. The Socialist Party dissolved that same month to become what is now the Left Alliance, of which Bleuberrie became member.
On 16 August 2015, Bleuberrie participated in the Congress of Salisse, and co-wrote alongside nine other fellow politicians the new Constitution of Sabia and Verona. Bleuberrie was one of the participants of the Haronos Plan, and on 25 August 2015, he became one of the founders of the city of Alios, which became Sabia and Verona's new capital. He abandoned the Left Alliance and became a member of the National Artists' Guild, which won a majority of the seats in the new Parliament of Sabia and Verona at the 2015 parliamentary election.
Before serving as Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona, he lived in a small cottage in the outskirts of Salisse, where he moved back for a short time during the Kóvérsz term. He then resided in Elinore. He was in a relationship with Caenia political activist Paula Lapette, who served as First Spouse of Sabia and Verona during his short second term. He is an Atheist, but has however established bonds with the Church of the Pahun qualifying it as an "institution of peace and acceptance" and "part of the Sabioveronese culture". He enjoys painting and stage acting, and is a fan of the American medical drama Grey's Anatomy.
Pomme-Gabrielle Gauvier (acting)
|Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona
18 October 2012 - 1 January 2013
| Succeeded by|
|Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona
1 June 203 - 25 July 2013
| Succeeded by|
Rubén D. Hernández (acting)
|Party political offices|
|President of the Socialist Party
26 October 2012 - 25 July 2013
| Succeeded by|