Steredennig Bishop

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Steredennig Bishop
MP
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Bishop in 1996
Deputy Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia
In office
2 April 1991 – 2 March 1998
MonarchLambertus VII
Preceded byDelores Gastrell[a 1]
Succeeded byKimbet Ghansolawen
Leader of the Liberal Party
In office
11 November 1990 – 14 August 1999
Preceded byStephen Partson
Succeeded byRobb Johannes
Member of Parliament for Martoloch, Aeternum
In office
20 October 1981 – 2 March 2000
Preceded byRónán Arzhur
Succeeded byConwoïon Kerherve
Personal details
Born
Steredennig Katarin Erwana Seznec

9 April 2004(2004-04-09) (aged 73)
Loencho, Caltharus, Great Morstaybishlia
DiedGoanvmont, Caltharus, Great Morstaybishlia
Political partyLiberal Party
SpouseFrank Bishop
Residence18 Cereneria Road, Aeternum
Alma materLoencho University

Steredennig Katarin Erwana Bishop (née Seznec; 7 December 1930 - 9 April 2004) was a former Caltharusian politician and former Deputy Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia from 1991 to 1998, and Leader of the Liberal Party from 1990 to 1999. She served as MP for Martoloch, Aeternum from 1981 to 2000. She was the second female deputy prime minister of Great Morstaybishlia, serving under three Conservative prime ministers: Rupert Sinkasa, Aveline Tharen, and Ramsay Logrin, as apart of a Conservative-Liberal coalition.

Bishop was ousted by the Liberal Party in 1999 Liberal Party leadership election. In 2000 she resigned as a Member of Parliament due to worsening health. Her final public appearance was at the opening of a shopping centre in her local town of Loencho on 5 September 2002. She died of bone cancer in 2004.

Notes

  1. Office vacant between 15 April 1975 and 2 April 1991.