Kiet Narvga

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Premier of the Federal Republic of Norograd
Kiet Narvga
Narvga in January 1970, at the beginning of the AIW
Commandant of the Provisional State of Norograd
In office
30th December 1969 – 22nd November 1975
Preceded byWinston Ulysses
Premier of the Republic of Norograd
In office
22nd November 1975 – 9th April 1987
Premier of the Federal Republic of Norograd
In office
9th April 1987 – 14th August 1995
Succeeded byDarius Finch
Personal details
Kiet Iosif Narvga

(1927-01-03)3 January 1927
Montza, Principality of Korstazia, Great Morstaybishlia
Political partyNoroist Liberation Party
Alma materBarque University, Barque

Early Life

Kiet was Born on the third of January 1927 to a middle-class family in the Kormistazic Principality city of Montza. When he was 11 years old, paramilitary police raided his family home, killing his father who drew a sidearm when they broke down the door and arresting his mother who was found to be a member of a revolutionary communist force in the area associated with attacks on the government. Traumatised, Kiet was relocated to an orphanage for several months before he was adopted. He never really bonded with them though, and often spent extended periods away with friends during his later childhood.

University Life

He left his adoptive parents when he was 18 with a generous bursary to study medical science at the renown Barque University. Soon into his first year, he joined a small communist fraternity, and became involved in the protest culture that was growing rapidly in the alienated Kormistazic youth. He was involved in numerous protests and events, and by his second year had gained the attention of the underground Noroist commune that the fraternity had connection to. Kiet was now involved in the organisation of protests, attacks on empirical police forces, and the dissemination of pro-communist newspapers and leaflets. Whilst the local police instantly suspected those pursuing degrees in politics as troublemakers, Kiet often escaped suspicion, allowing him more freedom than his comrades. His determination and drive led him up the chain of command, and by the end of his four year course at university, he was one of the lead organisers of the group. Without parents to deter him, he began focusing efforts into politics instead, barely scraping his way through the rest of his degree.

Rise as revolutionary leader

After he left university, Keit left Barque for Andel and became involved in the Norogradian Peoples Liberation Party, the largest underground communist group in Korstazia. Armed with his experience in the commune and his fierce determination, Keit helped organise the ongoing undermining of empire rule in the principality. in 1953 he was approached by the party's head social strategist, Winston Ulysses, and the two quickly became close associates. With Winston's support, Kiet quickly rose to prominence within the party, and when Winston assumed leadership in 1958, Kiet was appointed as second in command. In this role, he proved instrumental in orchestrating the infiltration and radicalisation of the principality defence force and the colonial defence forces. This allowed the party to preemptively begin training large numbers of officers and manufacturing home-grown designs of arms and materiel essentially undetected, sometimes even financed from the empires own military budget. Kiet believed this would be necessary in order to lead a revolution, as they would have to defeat Morstaybishlia in order to legitimise their independence.

Entirely home-grown development and construction, however, was quickly decided to be nowhere near enough what was desired to comfortably declare independence, especially considering the Morst navy would be a primary threat. Thus, the NPLP reached out to {wip}

Finch incident and arrest

Kiet When he was arrested in 1963