Nancy Jarsdel

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Nancy Jarsdel
Jarsdel in 1977
17th Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia
In office
23 August 1977 – 20 October 1981
Preceded byDelores Gastrell
Succeeded byDonald Kreitser
Leader of the Democratic Party
In office
21 December 1977 – 23 February 1982
Preceded byDelores Gastrell
Succeeded byRobert Delari
Member of Parliament
for Klandenstein and Orxmair
In office
18 January 1970 – 23 February 1982
Preceded byWalter Smith
Succeeded byMia Venn
Majority401,321 (65.2%)
Personal details
Nancy Wilhelmina Jarsdel

(1932-07-05) 5 July 1932 (age 91)
Bursil, Sani Bursil, Staynes, Great Morstaybishlia
Political partyDemocratic Party
SpouseWalter Jarsdel (m.1951-2005)
Alma materSani Bursil University

Nancy Wilhelmina Jardsel (née Blorin; 5 July 1932 - present) was a former Caltharusian politician and former Democratic Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia from 1977 to 1981. She served as MP for Klandenstein and Orxmair for 12 years and 1 month, from 1970 until 1982. She is the third and youngest female Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia as well as the youngest ever, reaching office age 45, until in 2005 where Walter Johannes became Prime Minister age 33.

Nancy was the second-choice replacement for Delores Gastrell, who was diagnosed with giant cell myocarditis (GCM). Gastrell quickly came to the view that Jarsdel would be the best choice as her successor, and gave her valuable behind-the-scenes backing. She let it be known that if she recovered she would be willing to serve as a member of a Jarsdel cabinet. She had earlier favoured Luke Rurin, but changed her mind when she learned from the Morstaybishlian ambassador to Salovia, that their administration was uneasy at the prospect of Rurin as Prime Minister, and from her chief whip that Rurin, seen as a right-winger, would alienate moderate voters.