Chief Secretary of the Assembly of Nations
The Chief Secretary of the Assembly of Nations is the highest ranking official of the Assembly of Nations, elected by the organization's membership to serve a single six-year term. The Chief Secretary is the head of the AN Chief Secretariat located in St. Richards, Pretany, and is responsible for the executive leadership of the organization.
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|Term||Chief Secretary||Country||Notes||Deputy Chief Secretary||Country||Notes|
|1966-1972||Frederico Butallas||Latina||1947 - 1959 President of Latina|
|1978-1984||Syr Elwyn ap Geraint||Tircambry||Former Tircambran minister responsible for constitutional reform, and international negotiator.|
|1990-1996||Caroline Lindentree||Wiwaxia||Previously served as Wiwaxian Ambassador to the AN; former Chancellor of Lasswade University|
|1996-2002||Soledad Ionescu||Ardisphere||Former foreign minister and later prime minister under president Dante Benengeli|
|2002-2008||W. Khemwet Mupbag||Khaiwoon||Previously served as Khaiwoonese Ambassador to the AN and Foreign Minister of Khaiwoon|