|Chancellor of Tuvaltastan|
17 October 2006 – 16 October 2011
|Preceded by||position established|
|Succeeded by||Alyona Petrovavich|
|Chancellor of Salovia|
17 October 1974 – 16 October 1980
|Preceded by||Remis Gregorisi|
|Succeeded by||Ivan Strovani|
3 October 1942
Victor Victrovavich, born 3 October 1942 as Victor Victrovavichidze, is a Salovian and Tuvalt politician who has served as Chancellor of both Salovia and Tuvaltastan. As Chancellor of Salovia, Victrovavich was a member of talks regarding the formation of the Auroran Continental Assembly (ACA), the predecessor organization to the UNAC. These talks resulted in Salovia rejecting membership, primarily as a result of concerns over the allowance of LGBT individuals to legally marry through the Assembly, a policy which Victrovavich and his administration was against. Despite the rejection of membership, the ACA would nonetheless be founded with the founding members consisting of mostly western Auroran nations, most prominently Great Morstaybishlia and the newly-independent Axdel and Emberwood Coast. Salovia would eventually join the ACA in 1981 under Chancellor Ivan Strovani, and after the Civil War, the successor nations to Salovia would all eventually join the ACA.
Victrovavich as Chancellor of Salovia only served a single term, opting to step down after one term due to falling favorability ratings and general opposition in the Zedakhli and Grand Executive Council. Despite this, a number of his policies would later be adopted by his successor Ivan Strovani, which would culminate in his assassination in 1985.
In Tuvaltastan, Victrovavich helped lay the political groundwork for the nation as a contributor to the Tuvalt Constitution, and later was elected as the first Chancellor. Under his leadership, the nation would be invaded by its northern neighbor Kostromastan during the aptly-named Kost-Tuva War, wherein landlocked Kostromastan would vie for control of much of Tuvaltastan's east coast. His chancellery also saw Nilovia gain independence from Tuvaltastan in 2008, with it falling under civil war soon after.
Auroran Imperial War
Weyrcliff Pact Conference
Military Draft Scandal
(See Also: Akhalibisi Protests (1976))