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|President of Luepola|
22 July 1997 – 25 July 2005
|Prime Minister||Sebastijan Ilić|
|Vice President||Lazar Muraševski|
|Preceded by||Paveu Franić|
|Succeeded by||Ogňan Cărnević|
|Chairman of the Luepolan Workers' Party|
13 January 1996 – 22 January 2009
|Preceded by||Andrej Kavran|
|Succeeded by||Sebastijan Ilić|
Zêrîn Qehreman Xoşnav Sorelki
26 October 1944
|Political party||Luepolan Workers' Party (1980-present)|
|Spouse(s)||Niyaz Zagros Sorelki (1986–1992)|
Elena Borojevna Sorelki (1994–2010)
Sandra Đurđevna Sorelki (2015-present)
|Alma mater||University of Rostva|
|Branch/service||Army of the United Luepolan People|
|Years of service||1976-1983|
Zoran "Zeki" Sorelki (Luepolan: [ˈzɔran ˈzeki sɔˈrelki]; born Zêrîn Sorelki, 26 October 1944) is a Luepolan politician and former revolutionary militant who served as the third president of Luepola from 1997 to 2005. A member of the Luepolan Workers' Party, Sorelki is the first openly Flecquist head of state to rule Luepola since the Great War. He remains the only democratically-elected leader of Luepola to have been born in a foreign country. His administration was controversial due to his cold rhetoric and attitude towards the CSO, his approval of the first Vierz state visit to Luepola since the Luepolan War, his aggressive rearmament goals, and his withdrawal of Luepola from the RCNA.