November 4, 2010
|Political party||Siroccan Federal Party|
April 10, 2012
February 19, 2012
November 5, 2010 - February 18, 2012
|Born|| 18 April 1994|
|Ethnicity||New Zealand European (Pakeha)|
|Political party||Siroccan Federal|
Jesse Coles was born in Brisbane, Australia on April 18, 1994. He grew up initially in Australia, before moving to New Zealand in the early 2000s. He attended Orewa Primary school until 2004, moving to the Bay of Islands in 2005 to begin education at the school where he and Siroccan Premier Daniel Anderson would meet in 2007.
Coles, Anderson and Sirocco
Daniel Anderson began attending the same school as Coles in February 2007. The two met in their art class the next month, kicking off an instant friendship. The two are good friends and have essentially remained that way through the years.
Anderson's plans for Sirocco were revealed in September 2010, to which Coles showed great interest. After much planning and preparation, Coles was offered the position of Minister of Transport on October 11, 2010, to which he accepted.
Despite rigorous planning, Coles and Anderson were the only people present at the foundation. For this, Coles was awarded the Order of the Window.
Coles lives in the Bay of Islands with his sister and grandmother. He and his sister are orphans, having lost their parents in the late 1990s-early 2000s. He enjoys playing the guitar, spending time with friends and watching anime after being introduced to it by Minister of Culture Elizabeth Pountney, much to Anderson's dismay. He is a practicing Jehovah's Witness. He, like Anderson, supports Microsoft over Apple.
Coles began his term as Siroccan Vice-Premier on November 4, 2010. Under the Siroccan Constitution he may be installed as caretaker Premier if the incumbent Premier is unable to lead the nation, be it temporarily or permanently.
His term as Minister of Transport began on November 5, 2010 and ended when the ministry was dissolved on February 18, 2012. Since this time he has held the offices of Minister of the Commonwealth and Representative for Jellicoe province in the Siroccan Executive.
|Preceded by:||Vice-Premier of the Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco||Succeded by:|
|Office established||November 4, 2010-present||Incumbent|