General Secretary of Sovaland
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|Type||Head of state|
Head of government
|Reports to||Congress of Sovaland|
|Appointer||Congress of Sovaland or via succession from chairman|
|Constituting instrument||Constitution of Sovaland|
|Formation||13 June 1951|
|First holder||Harrison Quartz|
The General Secretary of Sovaland (GSS) is the head of state and government of the People's Republic of Sovaland. The general secretary directs the executive branch of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the Sovish Armed Forces. Since 1951, the General Secretary has been the leader of Sovaland.
The current general secretary is Lionel Spencer who was appointed by the Congress of Sovaland after his predecessor James Chamberlain was ousted from office after he was caught in a scandal. In all, there have been 6 General Secretaries over the course of 71 years not including Lionel Spencer, making him the 7th general secretary to take office. As of 16 January 2023, the position is being substituted by Chairman Montegomery Young after a failed assassination attempt on Spencer.
Powers and position
List of General Secretaries
|Took office||Left office||Length of tenure||Note|
|13 June 1951||28 December 1959||8 years and 198 days||Ordered the construction of Sovaland City; died in office.|
|29 December 1959||2 July 1966||6 years and 185 days||Voted out of office by the Congress.|
|2 July 1966||5 October 1967||1 year and 95 days||Shortest reigning general secretary; died of a stroke.|
|5 October 1967||21 August 1983||15 years and 320 days||-|
|21 August 1983||9 September 1995||12 years and 19 days||Only female general secretary.|
|9 September 1995||17 October 2004||9 years and 38 days||Voted out after the Chamberlain Scandal.|
|17 October 2004||Incumbent||18 years and 165 days||Longest reigning general secretary.|
- ↑ Fischer, Henry (14 January 2023) "General Secretary shot" People's Gazette. Retrieved 15 January 2023.