Order of Milo
|Order of Milo|
|Awarded by Ashukovo|
|Country||Republic of Ashukovo|
|Type||State Order with One Degree|
|Awarded for||an especially meritorious contribution in the defense of freedom of speech, democracy and liberty.|
|Motto||"All I care about is free speech and free expression. I want people to be able to be, do and say anything." - Milo Yiannopoulos|
|Established||27 February 2017|
|First awarded||26 March 2017|
|Next (higher)||Hero of Ashukovo|
|Next (lower)||Presidential Award of Merit and Honour • Presidential Award of Honor and Justice|
The Order of Milo is an award bestowed by the Stadholder of the Republic of Ashukovo on behalf of the Senate. The award was named after the famous journalist Milo Yiannopoulos and established on 27 February 2017 by then-President Edward Jacobs. It is presented to those men and women whose achievements have demonstrated a commitment to the principles of freedom of expression, one that is strongly advocated by the Ashukov government.
Since 28 May 2017 it was the highest civilian award in Ashukovo, before being outranked by Hero of Ashukovo on 4 May 2020.
|Name||Office||Nation||Date of bestowal||Notes|
|Edward Jacobs||President||Republic of Ashukovo||26 March 2017|
|Manolis Afentoulis||Vice-President||Republic of Ashukovo||26 March 2017|