Tarazis Sati

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Tarazis Sati

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Society
Nationality Flag-Ireland.jpg Irish
Date of birth 25.5.2009 Day 552
Date of death 2011 (est)
Residence Dublin
Sex Male
Politics
Member of the Irish Dáil of Dublin
25th July 2009 – 2009
President of Irish Union Party
15th September 2009 – 14th November 2009
Preceded by patton
Succeeded by Octavius Dryst
Co-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ireland
6th October 2009 – 5th November 2009
Military
Military rank Icon rank Commander.png Commander
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Early Life

Tarazis Sati was a politician from Ireland. Born on the 25th May 2009, he has gone from a 2-clicker to a publisher of a newspaper, The Liberal Voice, five terms member of the Irish Dáil for the Dublin Region and two terms as President of the largest party in Ireland at the time; The Irish Union Party.

As well, Tarazis was Appointed to the Cabinet of President Patton as Co-Minister of Foreign Affairs for October 2009 and is founder of Sati Holdings and owner of Sati Iron IRL Ltd.

Icon achievement congressman on.gifPolitical Career

Tarazis Sati joined the Irish Union Party as soon as he was of a high enough level to do so. From the beginning, it was clear that he wished to become a member of the Dáil (Irish Congress). His first run was in May 2009 but was not selected as an official Candidate, and campaigned on getting others elected to the Dáil for the IUP.

Election to the Dáil

July 2009

His first run for a seat was in the Dublin Region. A Region which returns six members of the Dáil. On voting for himself he found that he was leading in votes ending on ten in total. Topping the poll in Dublin and coming joint first with Jerek White of the Irish Radical Party for the total number of votes in the country as a whole.

Official candidates (6) (Dublin Region)
Name Member of Votes
Tarazis Sati Irish Union Party 10
AppleMan Irish Social Democrats 9
Highonsnow Irish Union Party 8
Lord Rhindon Irish Radical Party 7
O Bass Gay Unity Party 6
binksy Irish Social Democrats 6
Wildcards (1)
Daniel Kaffe Irish Freedom Party 6

Tarazis's Manifesto for July elections can be found here: Why I'm running for Congress in the Dublin Region.

August 2009

In running for re-election to the Dáil that Tarazis Sati learned a very valuable lesson. Believing that he would be returned easily he concentrated more on what would be his agenda within the next Dáil and less on the election itself. His vote dropped by more than 40% and only gained a seat as a wildcard.

Official candidates (6) (Dublin Region)
Name Member of Votes
AppleMan Irish Social Democrats 15
Daniel Kaffe Irish Freedom Party 14
jebbs Irish Union Party 11
Liam Neeson Saoirse 9
ImperatorI Independent Voices 8
Sagers 2.0 Independent Voices 8
Wildcards (2)
David Phelps Irish Social Democrats 7
Tarazis Sati Irish Union Party 6

Tarazis's Manifesto for August elections can be found here: Running for Re-Election in the Dublin for the IUP

September 2009

Running for election in September was the first election that Tarazis Sati ran for the Dáil as the President of the Irish Union Party. in this election the IUP became, once more, the largest party in the Dáil with twelve Congressmen.

Official candidates (6) (Dublin Region)
Name Member of Votes
Donovan Thomas Independent Voices 18
Daniel Kaffe Irish Freedom Party 13
Tarazis Sati Irish Union Party 11
AppleMan Irish Social Democrats 10
Elwyn Irish Union Party 7
minx Irish Union Party 5
Wildcards (0)

Tarazis's Manifesto for September elections can be found here: Running for Congress, myself and the IUP

October 2009

Re-running for the Dáil, Tarazis Sati encountered several problems in RL so was unable to give as much time to his duties as he would have wished to, including producing a manifesto. Internet problems on election day prevented him from taking a full and active part in the election. The IUP made some losses in the Dublin Region but made gains in the Northeast balancing out so that the party remained on twelve members of the Dáil, equal to the number of congresspersons of the Irish Freedom Party.

Official candidates (6) (Dublin Region)
Name Member of Votes
Daniel Kaffe Irish Freedom Party 15
Tarazis Sati Irish Union Party 10
AppleMan Irish Social Democrats 9
Bradums Independent Voices 9
Bryan O'Shea Irish Freedom Party 9
Luka Barlek Irish Freedom Party 7
Wildcards (0)