Manuel De Felice
|Manuel De Felice, MP|
|De Felice during a press conference|
6 January, 2012 - 26 January, 2012
|Prime Minister||Sante Carbone|
30 May, 2011 - 6 January, 2012
|Prime Minister|| Alexander Eastwood|
Donato De Lellis
31 October, 2010 - 6 June, 2011
|Prime Minister||Alexander Eastwood|
|Born|| 24 October, 1994|
|Citizenship||Republic of Atlantis|
|Political party||SocialDemocratic Party|
|Allegiance||Atlantis Armed Forces|
|Commands|| 1st Navy Division|
Atlantis Marines Commando
Manuel De Felice (Born 24 October 1994) is an atlean socialdemocrat politician and military officer. During the 2010 he participate to the Atlantis Civil War as soldier. He served as Minister of Home Affairs during the Eastwood Government II (2010-2011) and the Carbone Government (2012). The 30 May 2011 he was appointed Director of the SIS until the 6 January 2012 during the De Lellis Government.
Since the beginning of the Revolution, De Felice was one of the most active Comrades that protested against the laws and the politics of Alexander Virgili and with Comrade Sante Carbone he signed the motion of distrust against Virgili. He then partecipated to the Battle of Poseidon with the AnarchoCommunist National Liberation Army and he was awarded with the Order of the Black Star for his courage.
Treaty of Surrender, rial and disputes
After the creation of the former Socialist Autonom Republic of Atlantis De Felice get in trouble for a false treaty that Virgili and the Republic of Atlantis used for sentence him. Following the Treaty of Surrender facts there were two processes where De Felice was first sentenced and then declared innocent.For more information see:Atlantis Court of Justice for War Crimes and Proletarian Solidarity.
Role in the Co.Re.Co
After that the truth has camed to light for the question of the Treaty of Surrender, De Felice was readmitted as citizen of the Socialist Federation of Makhnovist and was also promoted by Sante Carbone and the Supreme Assembly to the rank of Commander in Chief of the new born Co.Re.Co. In this role De Felice decided the equipment of the Co.Re.Co troops and organized the whole structure.