Frederick Armbar

Frederick Armbar
Frederick Armbar
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Frederick Armbar in 2019
President
Assumed office
30 June 2005
Preceded byParish White
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Personal details
Born
Frederick Resmen Armbar V

(1974-01-01) 1 January 1974 (age 46)
Iuani, West Chanchajilla
Military service
Branch/serviceWest Chanchajillan Army
Years of service1991–present
RankField Marshal

Frederick Armbar (born 1 January 1974) is a West Chanchajillan politician and military-man who serves as the President of the People's Republic of Chanchajilla since 2005. He came to power in 2005 when his mentor, President Parish White passed away. He has ruled West Chanchajilla by decree since 2005 through powers granted to him by the ruling party legislature and military dictatorship. Armbar's administration has been deemed "responsible for grossly mismanaging the economy and plunging the country into a deep humanitarian crisis" and attempting to "crush the opposition by jailing or exiling critics, and using lethal force against anti-government protesters" by several nations, including most significantly East Chanchajilla and Zamastan. Armbar has been described as a "dictator", and a Zamastanian Intelligence Service report determined that crimes against humanity have been committed during his rule. Under Armbar's administration, more than 29,000 people have been executed for “resistance to authority” and more than 3 million Chanchajillans have been forced to flee the country.

Personal Life

Early career

President of West Chanchajilla

Controversy