List of Leaders of Luepola

This page lists each individual who has served as head of state of Luepola, alongside their their respective head(s) of government, since the founding of the First Luepolan Republic.

First Luepolan Republic (1818-1905)

The distinction between head of state and head of government was established in the First Luepolan Republic, wherin Luepolans sought to break up the powers traditionally held by the single reigning monarch into two separate figures. The president was thus made the head of state, and the prime minister the head of government. Representatives of the Sliet, including the Prime Minister, were elected to three-year terms. The president, on the other hand, served for a six-year term and was thus elected every other election cycle, starting with the first in 1829. The offices of President and Prime Minister were de facto abolished in 1905, when the Communist Party gained a majority in the Sliet and cancelled the next round of elections.

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portraitf Party Term of office Elections Won Prime Minister
1 Igor Petrušić
(1769–1854)
Arakcheev Alexey Andreevich.jpg Independent 22 February
1819
16 April
1841
1829

1835
Marijan Trstenjak
1829–1832

Luka Ivanić
1832–1838

Gorăn Ťović
1838–1847
2 Žeľko Igrec
(1790–1862)
Barbu Catargiu2.jpg Republicans 16 April
1841
16 April
1853
1841

1847
Gorăn Ťović
1838–1846

Igor Petrušić
1846–1847

Cvietko Matulić
1847–1853
3 Neven Bogdanić
(1799–1868)
Каравелов Петко.jpg Unity 16 April
1853
16 April
1859
1853 Dinko Mitrovič
1853–1859
4 Ivan Perišić
(1794–1866)
Mihail Kogalniceanu utexas.jpg Republicans 16 April
1859
16 April
1865
1859 Vedran Malešević
1859–1865
5 Edvard Malăt
(1813–1891)
DraganTsankov.jpg Unity 16 April
1865
16 April
1871
1865 Karlo Kocijan
1865–1868

Vedran Sladić
1868–1883
6 Branko Goritski
(1825–1899)
Todor Burmov.jpg Unity 16 April
1871
16 April
1883
1871

1877
Vedran Sladić
1868–1883
7 Saša Glavić
(1837–1902)
Stefan Golescu - foto.jpg Progressives 16 April
1883
16 April
1889
1883 Miroslav Petković
1883–1889
8 Paveu Vrančić
(1812–1903)
Dimitar Grekov.jpg Republicans 16 April
1889
16 April
1895
1889 Imanuel Bilanđić
1889–1892

Ivo Beľan
1892–1898
9 Hrvoje Radić
(1853–1908)
Titu Maiorescu - Foto01.jpg Republicans 16 April
1895
16 April
1901
1895 Ivo Beľan
1892–1898

Nikola Bulić
1898–1901
10 Lev Gincburg
(1853–1916)
AlexeiRikov1924(cropped).jpg Communists 16 April
1901
27 December
1905
1901 Ernest Šintić
1901-1904

Alan Vučić
1904–1905

People's Republic of Luepola (1905-1948)

The democratic republican system that had come to characterize Luepola was eroded under the presidency of Lev Gincburg, who ultimately cancelled elections and transformed Luepola into a single-party state. The head of state thus became synonymous with the Chairman of the Communist Party of Luepola; with the desire to maintain an aura of legitimacy around the new state apparatus, the position of Prime Minister was transformed into the Premier, who nominally wielded power as the head of government. In practice, the Chairman of the Communist Party wielded power over the government to varying degrees, with Anton Marusić ultimately taking full control of the state during the Great War. The position of Chairman of the Communist Party was abolished along with the Communist Party and the People's Republic in 1947, when Saňin Mlakar signed the Treaty of Adtrus.

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Party Term of office Elections Won Premier
1 Lev Gincburg
(1853–1916)
AlexeiRikov1924(cropped).jpg Communists 27 December
1905
21 February
1916
N/A Alan Vučić
1905–1911

Stanislav Kolar
1911-1916
2 Stanislav Kolar
(1863–1936)
OttoEnder1929.jpg Communists 21 February
1916
10 August
1936
N/A Valent Jugovać
1916-1918

Filip Takovski
1918-1930

Martin Zauhar
1930-1936
3 Anton Marusić
(1863–1936)
RIAN archive 7781 Vyshinsky.jpg Communists 10 August
1936
2 June
1947
N/A Đuro Karević
1936-1941

Valent Jugovać
1941-1943

Saňin Mlakar
1943-1947
4 Saňin Mlakar
(1885–1947)
Анастас Иванович Микоян.jpg Communists 2 June
1947
21 August
1947
N/A Jozef Horović
1947

Reichskommissariat Lüpolen (1948-1951)

Following Luepola's total defeat in the Great War, the country was placed under military occupation and martial law by the Vierz Empire. Two Vierz Reichswehr generals oversaw the occupation of Luepola, and were thus the de facto head of state and government during the three-year period. This interregnum ended with the signing of the Krassfurt Memorandum, which established the end of Vierz martial law and the beginning of a nominally Luepolan government.

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Party Term of office Elections Won Deputy
1 Marvin Gehrig
(1884-1960)
Wilhelm Keitel.jpg Independent 21 August
1947
6 August
1949
N/A None
2 Reinhold Tausche
(1893-1972)
Bundesarchiv Bild 102-06631, Erich Raeder.jpg Independent 6 August
1949
22 November
1951
N/A None

State of Luepola (1951-1980)

The consolidation of the heads of state and government in a single office was carried over into the official successor government, the State of Luepola, in the office of President, to facilitate Vierz control over the nation through selecting a single desirable candidate to hold the office. Officially, the President was elected to a five-year term, but in practice the elections were rigged to ensure a sufficiently pro-Vierz candidate remained in power; each transfer of power occurred upon the death or sacking of the preceding president. The State of Luepola was abolished at midnight, 1 January 1980, by Emil Ivanušić, who founded the modern Republic of Luepola in its place.

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Party Term of office Elections Won Vice President
1 Krăsto Dobrović
(1904–1966)
Todor Zhivkov , eerste secretaris Communistische Partij en president van Bulgari, Bestanddeelnr 924-8077 (cropped).jpg Independent 22 November
1951
11 May
1966
1956

1961

1966
Anton Zvonić
1951-1957

Štanko Vučić
1957-1964

Marko Herceg
1964-1966
2 Marko Herceg
(1920–1973)
Edward Gierek 1980.jpg Independent 11 May
1966
15 August
1968
N/A Štanko Vučić
1966-1968
3 Zdrávko Kasun
(1917–2002)
Bundesarchiv Bild Helmut Schmidt 1975 cropped.jpg Independent 15 August
1968
13 April
1979
1971

1976
Zeľko Vălković
1968-1970

Mihai Vălković
1970-1976

Božidar Marasović
1976-1979
4 Mateus Branković
(born 1925)
Michal Kováč.jpg Independent 13 April
1979
2 November
1980
N/A Ogňan Cărnević
1979-1980
5 Emil Ivanušić
(1931–2016)
Emil i.jpg Independent 2 November
1980
31 December
1980
N/A Ogňan Cărnević
1980

Second Luepolan Republic (1980-present)

Following the abolition of the State of Luepola, the new Republic of Luepola reworked the structure of the government, bringing it closer to its original form in the first republic. The roles of head of state and government were once more divided between the president and the prime minister. Term lengths were adjusted to 4-year terms for both the president and serving representatives of the Sliet, including the Prime Minister.

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Party Term of office Elections Won Prime Minister
1 Emil Ivanušić
(1931–2016)
Emil i.jpg Independent
Republicans
2 November
1980
27 July
1993
1985

1989
Ogňan Cărnević
1985-1989

Luka Marinković
1989-1993
2 Paveu Franić
(1929–2014)
E Primakov 03.jpg Progressives 27 July
1993
22 July
1997
1993 Vladimir Gojković
1993–1997
3 Zeki Sorelki
(born 1944)
Barham Salih conducts a press conference in the Pentagon on Sept. 14, 2006.jpg Workers' Party 22 July
1997
25 July
2005
1997

2001
Sebastijan Ilić
1997–2005
4 Ogňan Cărnević
(born 1943)
Zoran Janković 2008 - SqCrop.jpg Republicans 25 July
2005
20 July
2009
2005 Marek Vládović
2005-2013
5 Sebastijan Ilić
(born 1955)
Fico Juncker (cropped).jpg Workers' Party 20 July
2009
23 July
2017
2009

2013
Marek Vládović
2005-2013

Sabina Škupovna
2013-2017
6 Savo Grigorević
(born 1954)
Dan OSRH Milan Bandic 28052011 2.jpg Republicans 24 July
2017
Incumbent 2017 Radovan Kozić
2017-

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