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Īzván Rátkan Yôfánī-Mā́rī
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5th Premier of Kihāmát
In office
19 April 2006 – incumbent
Deputy Ógr Ólf Úktefī-Lekásī
Pátûn Hém Yákopī-Džûlyī́ (2006–11)
Čalsá Harīná Ádamī-Kátī
Ázô Báktor Īzvánī-Yûnī́ (2011–)
Preceded by Čalsá Harīná Ádamī-Kátī
Constituency Nagarčák
14th President of the Socialist Party
In office
30 November 2005 – incumbent
Vice President Rikárdô Manû́el Fernándī-Láûrī
Preceded by Pátûn Hém Yákopī-Džûlyī́
7th Deputy Premier
In office
12 April 2001 – 19 April 2006
Deputy Ázô Báktor Īzvánī-Yûnī́ (co-Deputy)
Preceded by Pátûn Hém Yákopī-Džûlyī́
Čalsá Harīná Ádamī-Kátī
Succeeded by Ógr Ólf Úktefī-Lekásī
Pátûn Hém Yákopī-Džûlyī́
8th Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
27 April 1996 – 12 April 2001
Preceded by Rikárdô Manû́el Fernándī-Láûrī
Succeeded by Hāvát Gû́čô Lûkáš-Gálī
Personal details
Born3 March 1969
Ogranát, Kihāmát
Political partyOld Communist (1995–99)
Socialist (1999–)
Spouse(s)none
Childrennone
Alma materRussian University of Kihāmát (1986–89)
Moscow State University (1990–91)
University of Talná (1992–93)
Professioncivil engineer
politician
Religionnone (atheist)
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Īzván Rátkan Yôfánī-Mā́rī (born 3 March 1969) is a Kihā́mmic politician and the current Premier of the Socialist Republic of Kihāmát; serving his second consecutive term. Before becoming Premier he had previously served one term as a Deputy Premier (2001–06) and another term as Minister of Foreign Affairs (1996–2001). Yôfánī-Mā́rī has been the Member of Parliament for Nagarčák since 1996.

Biography

Elected at 37 years old, he became the youngest ever Premier of Kihāmát as well as previously having been the youngest Deputy Premier (elected at 32), Minister of Foreign Affairs (appointed at 27) and Member of Parliament (elected at 27).

At the age of 20 Yôfánī-Mā́rī qualified with a first class BSc in Civil Engineering from the Russian University of Kihāmát in Októn. He then went on to gain a BA in Political Science from Moscow State University in Russia before returning to Kihāmát to attend the country's largest university, the University of Talná. There he was awarded an MSc in Civil Engineering. After university he spent fifteen months working as a governmental civil engineer in his home-town of Ogranát (1993–96).

In early 1995 Yôfánī-Mā́rī joined the Old Communist Party of Kihāmát and little over year later was elected as the Old Communist MP for Nagarčák, a constituency near the city of Ogranát. Following his election he was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs by the then 76 year old Premier, Tómš Kártel Vátselī-Víktyī. Vátselī-Víktyī was a former Old Communist Party member, but had defected to the Kihā́mmic Socialist Party in late 1993. This was a path that Yôfánī-Mā́rī himself would take and in November 1999 he switched allegiances to the Socialist Party.

In 2001 he retained his seat as Nagarčák's MP and was also elected Deputy Premier, though he did receive less votes than his co-Deputy, Ázô Báktor Īzvánī-Yûnī́. In 2006 Yôfánī-Mā́rī ran for the Premiership and succeeded in once again retaining his seat as MP and was also elected as the country's fifth Premier. He won a second consecutive term as Premier in 2011, meaning that he will not be eligible to run for Premier in 2016.

Languages

Yôfánī-Mā́rī's native language is Kihā́mmic. He can also speak fluent Lôppic and Russian. In addition he has a good, though not fluent, command of the English and Spanish languages.

Name pronunciation

The pronunciation of "Īzván Rátkan Yôfánī-Mā́rī" in Kihā́mmic is [iːzˈvan ˈɹatkan joˈfaniː mˈɑːɾiː], though the usual Anglicised pronunciation is [ˈɪzvæn ˈɹætkən jəʊ̯ˈfæni məˈɹiː].

His name is also used as an example on the Conlang wiki.

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