Tegula

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Tegula Prefecture
vaonakurói tegulann
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Motto
قوار یخذط
(Pashqar: "Green heart")
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Location of Tegula in Sabia and Verona
CountrySabia and Verona
RegionVerona
GovernmentPrefecture in an autonomous region
- PrefectValentina Giallosso (Democrat)
LanguagesSabian
Establishment2012
Population13 (2015)
Time zoneUTC-4:30

The Tegula Prefecture (Sabian: vaonakurói tegulann) is one of the two prefectures in the Verona region of Sabia and Verona. One of the largest and historically most important regions of the Kingdom, it borders Abrelia and Bal to the West, Vaaitos to the North, and the Dependency of Pazaras to the south.

It is considered the capital of the Pashqaria movement, as it is the prefecture with the highest number of Pashqari people, as well as it is the first Sabioveronese subdivision to have recognized the now defunct Pashqar language as official within its boundaries. Tegula is home to the infamous Pashqari mafia that trades illegal substances.[1]

Politically, the prefecture is usually considered a stronghold of the Left Alliance, and formerly of Bakinn, which merged with the Alliance in 2016. The now defunct Pashqari People's Party was once the prefecture's largest party.

History

The Municipality of Tegula was founded as part of the plans of the government of Osez Kóvérsz to reform the subdivision of Verona. The name Tegula comes from the Pashqar تاعاغول (Ta'agul). The Tegula City Council met for the first time on April 18 2013. In the meeting, the councelours agreed to name Valentina Giallosso as theif Lieutenant Secretary, and Ryam Piper as their City Council Chairperson. On May 2013 Tegula became home to the Pashqari People's Party, the first political organisation representing a minority in Juclandia. The strong voice of the PMM and the presence of the Pashqari people in the municipality led the City Council to officialise the Pashqar language alongside Sabian on May 18, 2013,[2] just about a month after the first meeting of the municipal legislature.

In December 2013 Tegula was divided into two cities. The two cities were originally known as Tegula-North and Tegula-South until May 2014 when they were renamed, Tegula-North as Teg-af-Basïsh and Tegula-South as Santafé de la Vigilia, or simply Vigilia. Vigilia was the only city in Sabia and Verona to count with its own Diocese apart from Salisse.

In August 2014 the city of Vigilia was separated from Tegula and alongside the southern part of Abrelia became the Special Incorporated Territory of Päzaras. Teg-af-Basïsh was renamed as Ashëm Teg and a large part of Aguasblancas's territory was granted to Tegula as well. Tegula is now also divided into two municipalities; the City of Ashëm Teg and the City of Quär.

Administration

As a prefecture, Tegula is directly administered by a democratically elected prefect, or mayor. The one-person prefectural government is subordinated to the regional government, in the case of Tegula, the government of Verona. The Prefect of Tegula is Valentina Giallosso, of the Democratic Party.

List of leaders

Name Started Ended Party Notes
Valentina Giallosso 18 April 2013 1 October 2013 Roots Lieutenant Secretary
Ryam Piper 1 October 2013 1 October 2014 Roots / Convergence Lieutenant Secretary
Mazarah Jazun 1 October 2014 21 April 2017 Pashqari Lieutenant Secretary
Valentina Giallosso 21 April 2017 present Left / Democrat Prefect

References