Chief Secretary of the Assembly of Nations

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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 Latflag.png Latina 1947 - 1959 President of Latina
1972-1978
1978-1984 Syr Elwyn ap Geraint Tircambry-national-flag.png Tircambry Former Tircambran minister responsible for constitutional reform, and international negotiator.
1984-1990
1990-1996 Caroline Lindentree Wiwaxia Flag.jpg Wiwaxia Previously served as Wiwaxian Ambassador to the AN; former Chancellor of Lasswade University
1996-2002 Soledad Ionescu Luciano Flag FA.png Ardisphere Former foreign minister and later prime minister under president Dante Benengeli
2002-2008 W. Khemwet Mupbag Khaiwoon flag.png Khaiwoon Previously served as Khaiwoonese Ambassador to the AN and Foreign Minister of Khaiwoon
2008-2014
2014-2020