Yuri de Faria

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Yuri de Faria
Yuri de Faria, 2021.
Minister of Foreign Affairs
office
05 February 2015 - 01 February 2016
King Oscar I
Predecessor Office created
Successor Nicolas Grangier
Minister of Finances and Household
office
06 February 2015 - 27 June 2015
King Oscar I
Predecessor Office created
Successor Archduke Ari of Karnia
Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces
office
06 January 2015 - 30 May 2017
Emperor-King Oscar I
Predecessor Office created
Successor Michael, Grand Duke of Nordinsel
Personal information
Born 27 October 1990
São Paulo, Brazil
Citizenship Karno-Ruthenian
Ruthenian
Ethnicity Caucasian
Political party Objectivist Party
Alma mater University of São Paulo
Occupation Historian, journalist, politician
Religion Anglican
Military service
Allegiance Karnia-Ruthenia
Service/branch Karno-Ruthenian Navy
In service 2015 - 2017
2021 - present
Rank Grand Admiral
Commands HMS. Ruthenia
Battles/wars Lundener Civil War
Awards RKSS, KSPE, EKSP, LCWM

Yuri de Faria is a Karno-Ruthenian politician, diplomat, military and nobleman. He was the first Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Finances and Household of Ruthenia and also was Ruthenian Minister of Immigration and Leader of the House of Representatives. After a hiatus from 2017 to 2021, he returned to the Empire, dedicating himself to his carreer on Karno-Ruthenian Navy.

Life and Micronationalism[edit | edit source]

Yuri de Faria was born on 27 October 1990, in São Paulo, Brazil. He is a Anglican and was graduated in History in 2012 in the prestigious University of São Paulo, one of the best universities in Latin America. He always showed a great interest of History and Politics and became involved in various macronational political groups until become a member of the Ruthenian Government.

He is well know for being the creator of the Ruthenian Mark during his tenure as Minister of Finances and Household in 2014.[1] After a short hiatus, he returned to micronationalism and ran the first elections of the Kingdom of Ruthenia in which he emerged victorious after 60% of voters choosed him to be the Leader of the House of Representatives of the Royal Diet of Ruthenia. A week before the election, he founded the Objectivist Party, which became the largest party of Karno-Ruthenian Empire at the time.

He served as Grand Admiral in Lundener Civil War and also as the Chief of Staff of the Imperial and Royal Armed Forces, being awarded with the Lundener Civil War Intervention Medal at the end of the conflict. On 22 July 2016, due personal questions, he request to the Emperor-King to be released from his duties. He left his governamental positions on the same day[2].

On 16 November 2021, he had a meeting with the Emperor. They talked for some hours and recognizing the ever present interest of Faria in the imperial affairs, he decided to return to Karnia-Ruthenia in 19 November 2021, when he was restored to his position in the Karno-Ruthenian Navy, but had two of his titles of nobility, the ones of Count de Faria and second Duke of Grevenia, revoked and received a new title, the one of Margrave Leuchtfeuer[3].

Titles, styles and honours[edit | edit source]

Titles and styles[edit | edit source]

  • 05 February 2015 - 19 November 2021: The Right Honourable Count de Faria and Duke of Grevenia.
  • 19 November 2021 - present: His Illustrious Highness, Margrave Leuchtfeuer.

Full style[edit | edit source]

His Illustrious Highness, Margrave Leuchtfeuer.

Honors[edit | edit source]

Karno-Ruthenian decorations[edit | edit source]

Military Commands[edit | edit source]

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