August 1, 2012 - August 17, 2012
July 1, 2012 - August 1, 2012
|Prime Minister||Ricardo Oviedo|
Aina Oehler is a Lycene musician, former politician in the times of the Union of Artaghe, where she was leader of the Pirate Party and a member of the Sttåmbloprásidænttætlun as Secretary for Home Affairs. She was also President of the Union of Artaghe for the July-August term.
In her personal life, she is a beginner musician, working independently. Apart from her native Spanish, she has little knowledge of English, Japanese and Norwegian. She is said to be an enthusiast of Metal and is opposed to state religion.
On June 23, 2012, she officially postulated herself as candidate for President of Artaghe in the Artaghean Presidential Elections of June 2012 for the region of Dahm an Fáeil. On June 30, she won the elections with 70.5% of the votes and 4 states carried, making her the first democratically elected president of Artaghe.
She entered office officially on July 1, 2012. During her presidency Artaghe became a more advanced micronation, the foreign policy opened and the constitution was approved. Oehler's presidency is being characterized by a more progressive attitude. She has had talks with leaders of foreign countries, being the first Artaghean person besides Richard Garrshire to contact other persons of the micronational community. Her contacts include Daniel Morris of the Union of Draegan Republics (whom she later awarded as Grand Knight of the Order of the Baphomet), Crown Prince Jonathan of Austenasia, Brayden Yates of Flatland and Arthur Lobão of Würdigeland (whom she also awarded as Officer of the Order of the Baphomet).
During her presidency her attitudes are said to have changed to a more professional environment, even changing the way she acts and presents herself to a more decent polite way than the usual personality.
At the ends of her presidency in July 2012, she was featured in the Second (and current) series of the Artaghean lýrur, in the 20 lýrir bill
End of Artaghe
With the creation of the Principality of Artaghe, she was deposed of all her political offices. She left micronationalism when the Principality died, and soon was left out of incoming micronational states that came after Artaghe in the same micronational sector. However, she was given Lycene citizenship with the creation of the new state, and soon enough she also received Sabioveronese honorary citizenship.
|Preceded by:||Member of the Sttåmbloprásidænttætlun||Succeded by:|
|Office established||August 1, 2012 - present||-|
|Preceded by:||President of Artaghe||Succeded by:|
|Runa-Lisandra Bartolucci||July 1, 2012 - August 1, 2012||Liam Barnard (as Secretary for Executive Affairs)|