Tadhg O’Regan

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Tadhg O’Regan
1st Governor of Connemara
In office
19 October 2021 – 23 August 2022
PresidentThomas Jacobs
Culann Burke
Jan Kotoński
Adam Flannery
Thomas Jacobs
Prime MinisterEvan O’Neill
Preceded byoffice established
Succeeded byAli Farrokhzad
1st Minister of Agriculture
In office
April 2021 – 5 October 2021
PresidentThomas Jacobs
James Irwin
Thomas Jacobs
Preceded byoffice established
Succeeded byEvan O’Neill
1st Champion of the Farmers
Assumed office
April 2021
PresidentThomas Jacobs
James Irwin
Thomas Jacobs
Culann Burke
Jan Kotonski
Adam Flannery
Preceded byHonourific title created
Personal details
Tadhg O’Regan

11 August 2008 (2008-08-11) (age 15)
Citizenship Roscamistan
 Czech Republic
Political partyRepublican Bloc
Residence Connemara
ReligionRoman Catholic
NicknameMadlad Tadhg
Military service
Allegiance Roscamistan
Branch/serviceRoscamistan Army
Years of service2021 - present
RankMajor General
UnitConnemara Rangers
CommandsConnemara Rangers
AwardsOrder of the Defence Forces

Tadhg O’Regan (born Tadhg O’Regan 11 August 2008) is an Irish micronationalist and farmer who was the first Governor of Connemara from 19 October 2021 until 23 August 2022, when he was impeached by his own province, and also as the Commander of the Connemara Rangers by virtue of him being Governor.

He was the first Minister of Agriculture from April 2021 to 5 October 2021. He was one of the few people who defended Thomas Jacobs during the 17thMayCoup. He was also on the United Party list for the April 2022 Roscamistan Chamber of Representatives election, and was not elected.

Early life

O’Regan was born in Galway City, Ireland in 2008. O’Regan’s father is Irish, and a native of the area known as Connemara, and his mother is Czech.

Micronational life

O’Regan became involved in Roscamistan when Thomas Jacobs told him of it. O’Regan was made Minister of Agriculture, and became a close ally of Jacobs as the President of Roscamistan.

When the 17thMayCoup was in full swing, O’Regan defended Jacobs, and sided against James Irwin. By the end of the day, James Irwin. O’Regan stayed as Agriculture Minister, long after Irwin’s resignation, until 5 October 2021, when he was replaced by Evan O’Neill. On 19 October 2021, O’Regan became Governor of Connemara, and de jure head of the province, alongside the new provincial Prime Minister Evan O’Neill.

On 8 May 2022, a vote of no confidence in his tenure was proposed by Thomas Jacobs, whom he had supported for both of Jacobs’s presidencies, due to O’Regan’s long inactivity.

Personal life

He went to the same school as Thomas Jacobs from September 2013 to June 2021, when they graduated from the school. His father is Irish and from the Irish region of Connemara, and his mother is Czech.

He has two younger siblings, and lives in Maigh Cullen.