Maria Ostroukhova, the incumbent Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Minority Affairs, and Russian-British opera singer, socialite, and LGBT activist, was elected the 4th Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of…
WHAT IS THIS ALL ABOUT?
Lostisland is a direct democracy. We don’t have a specific legislature: all Lostislandic citizens above 18 are members of the imaginary “parliament”. However — like other parliamentary republics — we elect our Prime Minister by a parliamentary vote. As a result of these two factors, the Prime Minister of Lostisland is elected on a universal voting of all eligible citizens.
The Federal Prime Minister shall be elected for a term of four years by citizens of the Federal Republic of Lostisland on the basis of universal equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot.Constitution of the Federal Republic of Lostisland
WHO CAN RUN FOR PRIME MINISTER?
According to Article LVI of the Constitution, any citizen of the Federal Republic of Lostisland not younger than 18 years of age may be elected Federal Prime Minister. Because the Prime Minister is not an appointed position, unlike with ordinary Ministers or Ambassadors, there is no ban on holding other micronational citizenships. There is also no limit on the number of terms for the Prime Minister: we trust our citizens to make the right choice.
HOW DO I SUBMIT MY CANDIDACY?
HOW DO I VOTE?
Lostislandic elections are strictly online-only: in a nation scattered all over the world, there is no way to organize physical polling stations. The provider of our 2022 election is ElectionBuddy: one of the world’s most popular, easy-to-use, and secure voting platforms, which we also used for the 2018 election. Each citizen will receive the ballot by email that you indicated in your citizenship application.
There is no such thing as “register to vote” in Lostisland: if you are a Lostislandic citizen, your email is already in our electronic database.
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Register as Candidate
Please use this form to register as a candidate. Your running mate is the person who will become the Deputy Prime Minister of Lostisland if you get elected, and while having a running mate is not obligatory, we strongly recommend finding someone who shares your ideas and could help you implement them if elected.
Your election statement will be published in the bulletin. In addition to the election statement, each candidate will have an opportunity to publish one opinion piece and one interview in the bulletin. You may also set up a campaign website in the *.lostisland.org zone: hosting is provided at no cost.
The registration closes on 7 February 2022.
7 September 2021: President Yaroslav Mar triggers Article XLVI of the Constitution, formally announcing the election
7 November 2021: Registration of candidates opens
1 February 2022: Voting software announced
7 February 2022: Registration of candidates closes
1 March 2022: Voting opens
7 March 2022: Voting closes
7 May 2022: Prime Minister Elect is inaugurated
AYMANE AIT BOUMENKAR
Citizen since 2021. Born in Marrakech in 2001. Aymane Boumenkar is a Moroccan singer who starred in the year 2017 through social networking sites and distinguished by a new style that entered the artistic arena from its wide doors and by joining DAT companies a great weight in the artistic arena: Anghami and Spinnin Records.
MATHIAS L. MAYAAN-BARUCH
Citizen since 2018. Born in Denmark in 1996. A teacher of programming and webdesign to youth. Actively involved with the Messianic movement in Denmark and abroad, dedicated to spreading the word of God and the teachings of the Christ. A self-declared strong social conservative.
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Minority Affairs
Citizen since 2018. Maria Ostroukhova was born 3,5 kgs and 50 cms.
Speaks fluent English and Italian. Her Tinder profile was yeeted from the platform for “extreme debauchery”. Likes champagne, board games and public executions. Never produces sounds under 100 dBs.
Ambassador to The Philippines
Citizen since 2018. Kit Siapno is a micronationalist from the Philippines. Born in 1992. He finished his studies in Bicol University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. He is currently taking up his Master’s Degree in Public Administration in the same University. He was an affiliate Professor at San Jose Community College, teaching Law, Business and Social Sciences. He is currently serving as Chief of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office of his city. Prior to his career as a civil servant, he was already active in politics being elected at a very young age as Chairman of the Village Youth Council and a member of the Village Council of his community. He is currently the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Lostisland to the Philippines. Prior to his admission in Lostisland, he was engaged in new nation projects in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia. He is an advocate of Disaster Resiliency and Youth Development.
Dr. RISHABH SAXENA
Ambassador to Malaysia
Citizen since 2020. Dr. Rishabh Saxena is a civil servant in the government of Malaysia and the Ambassador of Lostisland to Malaysia.
Former Ambassador of Lostisland to India (dismissed with prejudice)
Citizen since 2017. Born in India in 1988. Chairman of Pride Group, one of the fastest-growing private conglomerates in India. Abhishek Thakkar joined Pride Commodity, the company founded by his father Pratapbhai Thakkar in 2009 as Managing Director. Became the Ambassador of Lostisland to India in February 2021, was dismissed with prejudice in August 2021.