King of Queen's
- Mar 4, 2011
Name: Andrei Ivonaescu Popa
DoB: January 5th, 1827
Profession: Counciler of Transylvania
Background: An ardent liberal, Andrei comes from a middle income family. He was tutored under a school funded by the now dead Ion Codrinaru. He sees Codrinaru as a hero of the union, but smart enough not to say it. He views Romania as a single nation, and wishes it a single state under the Federation. He also has a noted distaste for Hungarians and an appetite for liquor.
During the Masaryk and de Sanctis Administration, Popa was a noted drunk and critic of the Junta and Victor Kraus. During the start of the coup he fled into hiding and stayed in the house of noted Austrian Liberal Wolfgang Liberalen. However, seeing the coup was starting to fail, Popa returned to Transylvania to start a loyalist militia. The militia is noted to have cleansed Transylvania of all members of the MSL.
Following the coup he was appointed Minister of War, where he gave up booze and became noted for being both outspoken and efficent and his job. He continues his job as Minister of War during the Valenta administration.