Lara Tarasovna

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Esteemed Commissioner
Lara Tarasovna
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President of the UNAC Commission
In office
20 July 2018 – Present
Preceded byposition established
Undersecretary of the Auroran Union
In office
18 September 2017 – 30 November 2017
Preceded byposition established
Succeeded byposition abolished
(AU absorbed into UNAC)
Speaker to the Zedakhli of Tuvaltastan
In office
17 October 2006 – 18 September 2017
Preceded byposition established
Succeeded byVera Avorov
Acting Chancellor of Salovia
In office
18 June 1985 – 21 September 1992
Preceded byIvan Strovani
Succeeded byposition abandoned
Grand Minister of Salovia
In office
08 March 1984 – 18 June 1985
Preceded byGiorgi Pelova
Succeeded byposition abolished
Zedakhli Representative to Alta Province
In office
18 July 1974 – 14 December 1984
Preceded byIrakli Janashia
Succeeded byLevan Gelovani
Personal details
Born
Lara Tarasovna

(1950-07-16) 16 July 1950 (age 72)
Rentorov, Tuvaltastan
Political partyIndependent
SpouseErov Baratishvili (m.1969-present)
ResidenceAura, Emberwood Coast
Alma materGirev University
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Lara Tarasovna, born 16 July 1950, is a Tuvalt politician who served as the first and longest-serving Speaker to the Zedakhli, Tuvaltastan's legislature, from 17 October 2006 to 18 September 2017, then serving as the first and only Undersecretary of the Auroran Union until 30 November 2017. She would later serve as the first President of the Commission of the United Nations of the Auroran Continent after the 2018 election to present day. Prior to her political career within Tuvaltastan, she served as the last Grand Minister of Salovia, and represented the Alta District. Her Ministry was cut short when Chancellor Ivan Strovani was assassinated, resulting in her becoming the acting Chancellor of Salovia for the remaining years of the nation's existence. She is considered one of the most prominent and successful Independent politicians in Tuvaltastan and Aurora. As President of the UNAC Commission, she is ranked as one of the most powerful women in the world, as she serves in the highest executive office in arguably the most influential political union on Urth and one of the largest by a number of metrics, including GDP and population.

Born in the city of Rentorov, then part of Salovia, to parents Yuri Tarasovna and Anna Fitsche. She has a younger sister, Tanya Tarasovna.