Weslley Nascimento

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Weslley Nascimento
"Ban Weslley", by Weslley Nascimento, 2016.
King of Horvatia
office
28 September 2017 - 02 October 2017
Predecessor King Joseph Cicero
Successor Oscar I
Crown Prince of Horvatia
office
02 September 2017 - 28 September 2017
Predecessor title created
Successor none
Ban of Horvatia
office
11 March 2016 - 02 September 2017
Emperor-King Oscar I
Predecessor office created
Successor Carlo, Prince of Lamburg
Ministry of Culture
office
26 April 2016 - 07 October 2017
Emperor-King Oscar I
Imperial Chancellor Thomas of Cumagne
Successor Ivan, Kanfre of Lifréia
King of Eslavija
office
22 February 2020 - 2021
Predecessor Oscar I
Successor Throne disestablished
Karno-Ruthenian Ambassador to Brazil
office
11 March 2016 - 14 March 2018
Predecessor Office created
Successor Thomas, Count Karácsony
Personal information
Born 31 October 1998
São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil
Citizenship Karno-Ruthenian
Horvatian
Political party Moderate Party
Residence Ban's Court
Alma mater Superior School of Business Management
Occupation student
Religion Unitarian
Military service
Allegiance Karnia-Ruthenia
Empire of Badakistan
Service/branch Imperial and Royal Aviation Troops
In service 2016 - 2017
Rank Air Marshal
Battles/wars Lundener Civil War

Weslley Nascimento also known as Weslley of Agram and before, as Rahman Skandar Barakzi among micronationalists from Brazil, was the King and the Head of Goverment of the Kingdom of Horvatia, Karno-Ruthenian diplomat, the first Karno-Ruthenian Ambassador to Brazil.

He was a trusted person of Oscar I since the Ruthenian rule of Badakistan, serving as General and Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces until the overthrow of the Badakistani Monarchy. He became Ban of Horvatia after the micronation he founded became part of the Kingdom of Ruthenia and then of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire after the signing of the Horvatian-Ruthenian Settlement of 2016, an annex of the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016. He was also the founder and Grand Master of the Order of Ottokar.

Early Life and Micronationalism[edit | edit source]

Weslley Nascimento was born on 31 October 1998, in São Bernardo do Campo, São Paulo, Brazil. He attend São José High School, where he excelled at performance in Historical, Geographic, Philosophical and Sociological Sciences, and has played relevant role and leadership in Student's Council. Currently, he is a student at the Superior School of Business Management. He was introduced to micronationalism through the citizenship request to the Principality of São Vicente, a Brazilian micronation.

Portrait as General of the Badakistani Imperial Army, early 2015.

Badakistan[edit | edit source]

After few days, he leaves the Principality and joins Badakistan. On 23 March 2015, Weslley began a trajectory that includes the administration of then Takia region, where he was appointed head of the regional government. As a result, he became Vice-President of the National Parliament, the Majils. It was during his tenure that very important laws were passed, as the Law of the National Day of Religion, the Law of Clenching of National Borders to the Regular Traffic of Foreign and the Jallouli Statute. It was also during his tenure that, for political, civic and military pressures, there was the beginning of the democratization of Badakhshan and its development into a constitutional monarchy.

He was also the first and only Ostandar of the Khanate of Tabriz, then a part of the empire, appointed by Shah Jaffar Shah of Badakistan, exercising it until the end of the first reign, 20 September 2015. Between 11 May 2015 to 15 June 2015, he was Captain of the Angha Brigade, and ceased to be for a short time after an unsuccessful attempt of coup d'etat in which he participated and for which he received after imperial pardon and promotion to Major. During the Ruthenian Rule of Badakistan, Weslley was promoted to General of the Imperial Army on 29 October 2015, with the mission of structuring the military. Successful, the reform was approved by the Grand Vizier of Badakistan.

On 19 November 2015, during the celebration events of the first anniversary of the Kingdom of Ruthenia, it was nominated as one of the first seven "Aide-de-Camp of His Majesty", a title that was revoked later. During the events that led to the end of the Badakistani Monarchy, there were rumors of his involvement in the coup attempt. Discredited by the Ruthenian monarch, he remained in micronationalism as a citizen of the United Provinces of Mauritia for few weeks.

Standard of the Ban of Horvatia.

Horvatia and Rehabilitation in Ruthenia[edit | edit source]

On February 2015, the former member of the Angha Forces and the King of Ruthenia made peace. The resumption of friendship was sealed with the support of the Emperor-King to the new project created by Nascimento, the Kingdom of Horvatia. Subsequently, the Kingdom would be annexed by Ruthenia and its founder was appointed Ban of Horvatia. He was also rehabilitated as one of the Aide-de-Champ of His Majesty and assumed the title granted by the King, Prince Agram. On April 2016, he became the first Minister of Culture of Karnia-Ruthenia.

During the Ruthenian general election of 2016, Prince Agram competed to the Minister-President of Ruthenia and then to Leader of the House of Representatives. He lost in both elections while leading the political party he founded, the Moderate Party. After the defeat at the polls, he published the "Horvatian Manifest", requiring greater autonomy for the Kingdom of Horvatia. The event led the Empire to a wide constitutional reform. While discussing the reforms, he served as Air Marshal in Lundener Civil War.

On 22 July 2016, due personal questions, Yuri, Count de Faria requested to His Imperial and Royal Majesty, the Emperor-King, to be released from his duties. He left his governamental positions on the same day[1] and was suceeded by the Prince of Agram.

From 2016 until 2017, he served as the Ambassador of the Empire in Mauritstad, United Provinces of Mauritia and was also nominated as Ambassador to the Emirate of Takia, a position he held until 31 May 2017. He was made Ambassador to the Lusophone Sector, a position he never assumed and Ambassador to Brazil on 11 March 2016, position he held until 14 March 2018, even he being in exile for almost a year.

Reign, retirement and exile[edit | edit source]

The House of Agram, from August 2017, instilled nationalist sentiments in the local population to force its own rise to power. Through long negotiation and good relations between the Imperial Crown the then Ban, the Agrams would ascend to the Throne of Horvatia. In the early morning of 03 September, Oscar I abdicated the throne in favor of Prince Joseph Cicero of Agram, father of Ban of Horvatia and head of the ducal house. Horvatia continued a country within the Empire, but the post of Ban of Horvatia was declared descontinued and they assumed the style of King of Horvatia.

With strong popular pressure to verify the progress promised through the change in the reigning house of Horvatia, King Joseph Cicero abdicated in favor of his son, Duke Weslley of Agram, 25 days after taking the throne. Unable to verify any measure that could sustain his reign, King Weslley abdicated on 03 October, having reigned for only 05 days. He resigned by returning the throne to the Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia.

After the event, the ducal family, and especially the Duke of Agram, abstained from participating in national politics, being exonerated from their posts and leaving for exile.

Titles, styles and honours[edit | edit source]

Monarchical styles of
Weslley, Duke of Agram
Reference styleHis Serene Highness
Spoken styleYour Serene Highness
Alternative styleSire

Titles and styles[edit | edit source]

  • 08 October 2015 - 08 December 2015: His Highness, Rahman Skandar Barakzi, Prince and Head of the House of Barakzi.
  • 11 March 2016 - 02 September 2017: His Serene Highness, Weslley of Agram, Duke of Agram and Ban of Horvatia.
  • 02 September 2017 - 28 September 2017: His Royal Highness, Weslley of Agram, Crown Prince of Horvatia.
  • 28 September 2017 - 02 October 2017: His Royal Majesty, Weslley, King of Horvatia.
  • 02 October 2017 - present: His Serene Highness, Weslley of Agram, Duke of Agram.
    • 22 February 2020 - present: His Majesty, the King of Eslavija.

Full style[edit | edit source]

His Serene Highness, Weslley, Duke of Agram, Prince Agram, Count of Oliwa and Ragusa.

Honors[edit | edit source]

Karno-Ruthenian decorations[edit | edit source]

Badakistani decorations[edit | edit source]

Military Command[edit | edit source]

Honorary Appointments[edit | edit source]

Standards, arms and Monogram[edit | edit source]

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