|8th Prime Minister of Kobidar|
1976 – present
|Preceded by||Barbara Friðgeirsdóttir|
|Succeeded by||In Office|
|Born||October 13, 1949|
|Political party||People's Party of Kobidar|
|Spouse(s)||Gunnhildi Karlisdottir (1982-2004)|
|Alma mater||University of Oxford|
Róbert Ármannsson was born October 13, 1949 in the city of Vaastväk. His father was renowned Governor Ármann Finnsson. He was raised in a wealthy family, and decided to enroll in the University of Oxford when he turned 18, majoring in Political Studies.
Governor of Vaastväk
When Ármannsson's father retired from the position of Governor in 1973, he took over the position by a landslide victory. He was a great Governor, and helped to restore the cultural and historical beauty of Vaastväk. He was also the proprietor of the Ármann Bill, which provided universal healthcare to the citizens of the Lower Pan-Handle Region.
Ármannsson was elected Prime Minister of Kobidar during the 1975 elections, replacing Barbara Friðgeirsdóttir. He was officially in office January 1, 1976.
Early Career as Prime Minister
For the first 5 or so years of his term, he fought to have universal healthcare throughout Kobidar, and eventually passed the Ármann Bill throughout Kobidar. He was met with large amounts of criticism, but most receptions of the Bill were positive.
During the War of the Pan-Handle, Ármannsson made it a priority to push out the terrorist group Upplýsta lýðveldið from the town of Rösläsk. When the town was finally reclaimed, Ármannsson declined the idea of the death penalty, and instead sent the entire group to the Tàröfòlðà Maximum Security Prison.
When the economy of Kobidar dropped in 1996, Ármannsson helped create jobs and get the country back on track. He also proposed the idea of building the Jolos Building, which's construction would create a large amount of jobs, as well as the jobs created by the offices in the building. Ármannsson also started the construction of the stilt city Greja, which will create housing for those displaced during the drop. Greja is set to be finished by late 2013.