|Oиᴋa Итӓяᴋ |
|National Assembly member for Glastӧ Prefecture|
Assumed office |
|Chancellor of Westland|
Assumed office |
|Preceded by||Pasha Bӓkkanba|
|Born||12 February 1981 (Age 33)|
|Political party||Socialist Party|
Stärk was born to a family of factory workers, with one brother and one sister, in the suburb of Öppbrikkstö in 1983. His father was a state employee and worked at a government factory. They were both avid campaigners, and members of various Anti-War organisations and Pacifist unions. Oska states this to be a major influence in his drive to become a politcian, particularly his father's encouragement. Oska later went on to study Politics and Law at UNV Brikkstö in 2001, and joined the Socialist Party in his first year.
Under Oska, Westland has seen difficult relations with the European Union during the Eurozone crisis. Oska has dealt with the fall of the Socialist Commonwealth, a rise in US Aggression and the Westlandic response to the Flemish Revolution. Stark championed the Renewable Energy Act of 2012, which aims to increase renewable energy to 70% of production by 2020.
Oska was born on the 12th February 1983 in Öppbrikkstö, a suburb of Westland's capital Brikkstö to father Rik Stärk and mother, Tara Stärk. His father, was an avid member of the Socialist Party, and an industrial wage laborer in a government factory which produced clothing, having not studied at university. His mother was from a family of Polish migrants, and was an agricultural laborer, and worked on a Rikfarm outside the city. Oska had one older brother Karl born in 1979, and a younger sister who was born later in 1987. The family lived in a two-up two-down terraced house on the edge of the city. His family were staunchly Socialist, Irreligious and Activistic. His interest in politics sparked at a young age, commonly having indepth conversations with his father about politics and global issues.
Oska went to school at Öppbrikkstö Sköl from age 5 in 1988 to age 16 in 1999. In his SSSs he chose to study Art, Psychology, History and Geography, and achieved A, B, C, B respectively. In 1999 Oska went to Brikkstö Zentralkölleg where he completed his STSs in Politics, Law, Psychology and Art. Oska came out as gay in 2000. During his time at Zentralkölleg he was a member of the LGBT Group and the Student Socialist Youth. Following achieving A, B, B, A respectively in his STSs. Following graduating from Kölleg, Oska applied at the University of Westland, to study a Politics & Law Degree in 2001. He was accepted at UNV Brikkstö and studied for three years. Where he joined the Socialist Party at the age of 19 and became an active party member alongside his studies.
After graduating from university in 2005, Stärk spent a year volunteering abroad in several countries in Africa and the Middle East with the International Peace Service. He notably stated he has a 'special place in his heart for people who 'suffer to provide the daily means that we take for granted in their lives.' After returning from his volunteering year, Stärk resumed his work within the Socialist Party in 2006 moving to Sommaton, and working towards being selected as a candidate ahead of the 2007 National Assembly election for Glastö Prefecture. Applying to become a candidate, he apparantly 'excited' the interviewers with his drive and determination to work in a political role. He was subsequently selected to stand for the election.