In a significant move towards bolstering cultural preservation and information dissemination, the Federal Republic of Lostisland has officially established the Ministry of Information & Cultural Affairs. President Yaroslav Mar, acting upon the authority vested in him by the Constitution and the laws of Lostisland, issued Presidential Decree 53/2023 to bring this ministry into existence.
The newly formed Ministry of Information & Cultural Affairs will play a pivotal role in promoting Lostisland’s cultural heritage and ensuring the accurate dissemination of information about national affairs. The establishment of this ministry aligns with Lostisland’s commitment to preserving its cultural values and ensuring the public’s access to precise and timely information on matters of national interest.
Mathias L. Mayaan-Baruch has been appointed as the inaugural Minister of Information & Cultural Affairs. His nomination by Prime Minister Mordechai Moshe Linhart was accepted by President Yaroslav Mar. Mr. Mayaan-Baruch’s distinguished background and dedication to public service make him well-suited to lead this vital ministry.
Additionally, the decree acknowledges the resignation of Mathias L. Mayaan-Baruch from his position as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. Justice Mayaan-Baruch’s service on the Supreme Court has been marked by a commitment to upholding justice and the rule of law.
The Ministry of Information & Cultural Affairs is tasked with overseeing the accurate dissemination of information related to Lostisland, preserving and promoting cultural values and heritage, and engaging in activities that align with its mandate. To fulfill its responsibilities effectively, the ministry will coordinate its activities with other relevant ministries and government bodies as necessary.
This decree, signed by President Yaroslav Mar on September 22, 2023, marks the official establishment of the Ministry of Information & Cultural Affairs and the appointment of Mathias L. Mayaan-Baruch as its Minister. It reflects Lostisland’s dedication to cultural preservation and ensuring the public has access to reliable information about the nation.
The Federal Republic of Lostisland looks forward to the contributions of the Ministry of Information & Cultural Affairs in further enriching the cultural tapestry and facilitating informed public discourse within the nation.