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Isao Isiyama

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Speaker of Senria
Isao Isiyama
Isao Isiyama portrait alternate colorized.png
SenriaFlag.png 2nd Speaker of Senria
In office
February 8, 1924 – July 10, 1927
Preceded byRyuunosuke Miyamoto
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Katurou Imahara (as Chairman)
Personal details
BornMay 3, 1884
SenriaFlag-monarchy.png tbd, Senria
DiedNovember 22, 1956 (72 years)
SenriaFlag.png tbd, Senria
Political partyDaikyoumei logo.png Daikyoumei (1905-1910)
Senria-roundel.png Kyouwakai (1910-1940)
Democratic Party of Senria logo.png Democratic Party (1940-1956)
Alma matertbd
ProfessionAttorney, politician

Isao Isiyama (Senrian: 이씨야마이싸오, Isiyama Isao; Gyoumon: 石山勲; May 3, 1884 - November 22, 1956) was a Senrian political figure who was the protege and successor of Ryuunosuke Miyamoto as head of the Kyouwakai, leader of republican forces during the final year of the Senrian Revolution, Speaker of Senria from 1923 to 1927, and founder of the Democratic Party of Senria. Within Senria, Isiyama is also widely remembered for his political rivalries with Yosito Otuzi, Katurou Imahara, and Nobusuke Takeo, which heavily affected the course of Senrian history during the early and middle 20th century.

[early life; becoming involved in republicanism]

[as miyamoto's protege; rivalry with otuzi; senrian revolution; the interbellum; ceding power to imahara during the great war]

[sidelined by imahara; blamed by takeo; expelled from kyouwakai, founds democrats; retires from leadership in '53 and dies kind of disappointed with things]


Early life and education

Before the Senrian Revolution

In the [tbd]

In the Kyouwakai

During the Senrian Revolution

Miyamoto's protege

As Speaker of Senria


During the Great War

Opening months

Under the National Preservation Government

After the Great War

Final years in Kyouwakai

Founding the Democratic Party

Later life and death

Personal life