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This is a list of mayors of Balonis City.

# Mayor First
In office Length of
Political Party
Maximilian Sedillo
Andrés Carballar
Herminda Orta 1999 1999 – 2006 8 years Partido Laborista

Cleodora Pelayo (born 1990) is a Balonese professional tennis player who is currently one of the best of her country. She is currently ranked no. 7 of the world and was ranked no. 1 from August 2011 untill December 2013.

Pelayo has won the Balonese Open in 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2015. She participated on the 2012 Summer Geolympiad, where she won a silver medal. Pelayo also participated on the 2016 Summer Geolympiad, but was eliminated in the quarter finals.

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Mampu Delgado (born 1987) is a Balonese racecar driver. He drives for HareSpeed Racing.

In 2008, Delgado joined the Premier Formula. He became part of the Marianan team Atenis Racing. Because of his very good prestation that season, he moved to the team Verde y Blanco in 2009. 4 years later HareSpeed Racing, one of the best teams in the Premier Formula, became his new team.

Delgado drives with the number 87, because this are the two last numbers of his year of birth.

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This is a list of Presidents of Balonis.

Order Years Name Party Vice President Notes
1 1825-1833 Maximino Marino Partido Federalista Probably the most famous Balonese president ever
2 1833-1837 Partido Federalista
3 1837-1845 Rolando Gallo Partido Federalista
4 1845-1850 Orlando Hurtado Partido Federalista Died in office
5 1850-1854 Partido Federalista
6 1854-1862 Partido Federalista
7 1862-1866 Julián Arteaga Partido Federalista
8 1866-1870 Ramón Hurtado Partido Federalista
9 1870-1874 Mateo Meraz Partido Republicano
10 1874-1882 Partido Federalista
11 1882-1890 Partido Republicano
12 1890-1894 Partido Republicano Died in office
13 1894-1902 Partido Republicano
14 1902-1906 Carlos Zelaya Partido Conservador
15 1906-1910 Partido Federalista
16 1910-1914
17 1914-1922
18 1922-1930 Federico Hernandez
19 1930-1932 Died in office
20 1932-1934
21 1934-1938 Partido Laborista
22 1938-1939 Died in office
23 1939-1942
24 1942-1950
25 1950-1954
26 1954-1958
27 1958-1966 Ángel Pomar
28 1966-1974 José Carballar Partido Federalista
29 1974-1978 Partido Federalista
30 1978-1986 Eduardo Córdova Partido Laborista
31 1986-1989 Miguel González Partido Laborista Francisco Enrique Died in office
32 1989-1990 Francisco Enrique Partido Laborista Albert le Meur
33 1990-1994 Nelson Ramírez Partido Federalista
34 1994-1998 Manuel Fernandino Partido Laborista
35 1998-2002 Roberto Garrido Partido Federalista
36 2002-2009 Andrés Alcocer Partido Federalista Cristián Cruz Died in office (assassinated)
37 2009-2014 Cristián Cruz Partido Federalista Valeriano Escobar
38 2014- Enrique Blanco Partido Laborista Herminda Orta Current president
# Mayor First
In office Length of
Political Party
Éric Doucet


Grylster (also known as Ward 17) is a district in Huntington, Federal States. A large section of it is an ethnic enclave for the Oranian and the Northern Archantan ethnic population, featuring distinctly Bai, Gohangukian, Ninwan and other Oranian cultural elements. It is bordered by the Embassy District to the north, the Cemetery of Patriot's Honour to the east, Oldenthrope to the south and Brottenly to the west. It is also where the Department of Commerce and Labour is located.


During the colonisation period, Grylster was where the Bai population, along with other ethnic groups subjected to Bai, settled and set up businesses in the area. The area was known through exaggerated reports and tales of slum housing, though that wasn't necessarily the case as there are also shophouses in Grylster. When Huntington was being expanded as the capital, the shophouses and slums were forced to make way for the expansion. The resident protested and the city planners eventually agreed to resettle them temporarily and as compromise remade some shophouses for the area for the returning population.

National Council for the Freedom of Antigo

National Council for the Freedom of Antigo
Alternate Name(s):
Erschaut Herracht! (Long Live Freedom!)
Non-Governmental Organization with Headquarters in Flag of Kuehong.png Kuehong
General Information
Year Founded 1988
Number of Members Unknown
Chief Secretary Benjamin Meskin
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Deputy Chief Secretary Terterus Pedermann
Flag of Kuehong.png Kuehong
Chief Spokeperson Generus Berharan
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States
Organiser of Freedom Operations Saperus Wiermann
Esthyra flag.svg Esthyra
Head of Information and Intelligence Mertreit Herrderus
GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya

The National Council for the Freedom of Antigo is a loosely based umbrella group of the exiled opposition to the Antigoan government. Initially founded to protect Antigoan defectors and the diaspora abroad, it later took on a more political role denouncing the Antigoan regime, gathering intelligence and giving further insights in the inner workings of the regime. It has mainly assisted defectors to escape from the oppressive regime and also promote what Antigoan culture really is.

Legal Status

The Council has never advocated being the 'alternate' government to the current Briarmack regime, though often it has been treated as such by various government. Some nations such as Pretany does not recognise the organisation and has been deemed illegal on the grounds that it advocates Antigoan self-determination.

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AntigoAir 'Special flights destinations'

These flights were now put into consideration given Antigo's breakthroughs in technology and may be used for its future flights to 'enemy states'. All of its flights are one way only. The carriers don't necessarily land at airports. You can land anywhere you want so long the calculations are right. Majority of our flight carriers are personalised for one passenger. There are no in-flight entertainment or air stewards provided for these flights. Taking a flight to any of these destinations is a once in a lifetime experience. We have a no refund policy but hey you wouldn't need to regret your experience! Even if we do we can't return it anyway. Not to you especially.

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