Mattio

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Mattio

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Society
Nationality Flag-Netherlands.jpg Dutch
National rank 117
Date of birth September 14, 2008
Residence Icon-Netherlands.png Western Netherlands
Political party Democratisch Nederland
Newspaper Nederlands Nieuws
Politics
Party president of Libertarian Social Democrats
15 March 2010 – 14 May 2010
Preceded by ArtemIvanov
Succeeded by Shakerr
Minister of Interior and Information of the Netherlands
5 May 2010 – 4 June 2010
Served under AndreasIsaksson
Succeeded by Konrad Neumann
Babyboom Executive of the Netherlands
5 June 2010 – 4 July 2010
Served under Refl3x
State Secretary of Home Affairs of the Netherlands
5 February 2012 – 4 March 2012
Served under NoTie112 / Joep O
Succeeded by Kimberly McCullouch
Vice president of the Netherlands
5 March 2012 – 4 April 2012
Served under Auggustus
Succeeded by van Spijck
Country President of the Netherlands
5 April 2012 – 4 May 2012
Preceded by Auggustus
Succeeded by ElGorro
Vice president of the Netherlands
5 May 2012 – 4 June 2012
Served under ElGorro
Minister of Home Affairs of the Netherlands
5 May 2012 – 4 June 2012
Served under ElGorro
Succeeded by Samproidz
Military
Military unit Dutch Armed Forces
Rank Icon rank Field Marshal**.png Field Marshal**

Mattio (born September 14, 2008) is a citizen from the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands. He was the 35th President of the Netherlands and is known for his newspaper Nederlands Nieuws. Mattio is a member of Democratisch Nederland. After a break of around 500 days, Mattio became active again on day 1,525 and later, after a longer break, around day 2,650.


Politics

Current activity

Mattio is a Congress Member for Democratisch Nederland.

Former activity

On April 5th, 2012, Mattio was elected as the 34th President of the Netherlands. He was the UNL Ambassador to Icon-Germany.png Germany. Mattio was Vice Party President of the Libertarian Social Democrats once and Party President twice. He has been elected to Congress 10 times.

Mattio was Babyboom Executive under Refl3x I, Minister of Interior and Information in government AndreasIsaksson II, Vice president under Auggustus I and ElGorro II and State Secretary of Home Affairs in the government NoTie112 II/Joep O II.

Activities

Media activity

Mattio is the writer of Nederlands Nieuws, an active newspaper in the Netherlands, with which he publishes articles that are relevant to Dutch developments.


With Nederlands Nieuws, Mattio organized eNL CP-debates twice in 2012 and the eNL Census of February 2012.

For his activities with Nederlands Nieuws and the boost he gave to the Dutch media, Mattio earned the medal of Knight in the Order of Oranje-Nassau, given to him by president NoTie112.

International activity

Mattio has been the UNL ambassador to Germany for some months, starting December the 27th of 2009. Also, he was the UNL region leader of Western Europe for some time as of the 6th of March, 2010.

Achievements

Icon achievement hardworker on.gif Hard Worker (x13) Icon achievement president on.gif Country President (x1)
Icon achievement supersoldier on.gif Super Soldier (x15) Icon achievement congressman on.gif Congress member (x10)
Icon achievement battlehero on.gif Battle Hero (x1) Icon achievement mediamogul off.gif Media Mogul (x0)
Icon achievement resistance on.gif Resistance Hero (x1) Icon achievement society builder off.gif Society Builder (x0)

Quotes

Party Presidency

Being a good Party president is terrible and for some even impossible. It’s the most ungrateful position a politician can fulfill and there is little hope for a reward. However: for a dedicated and motivated Party president, it’s impossible to be a bad one.

You won’t be a good Party president without listening to your party and you won’t be a good Party president by doing nothing more than listening to your party.

Country Presidency

In my philosophical base, no one deserves to be Country President. No one. Therefore, you can't decide whether someone deserves to be Country President, you can only decide, whether he deserves to stay the Country's President. A CP should therefore prove himself over and over again.

Voting

Most of the time, voting against someone is smarter than voting for someone.