Scipio The Great
|I, Karacticus, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, hereby appoint Scipio The Great, Member of the Order of the British eRepublik Empire, as conferred by the United Kingdom Honours Committee.|
|I, Field Marshal R.R. Napier, President of the Military Honours Committee, hereby award Scipio the Great membership to the Distinguished Service Order as conferred by the United Kingdom Military Honours Committee.|
Coming to the UK in early February Scipio quickly came into contact with Rastari who helped in giving him things to do while he learned about UK. He began mainly by writing articles for Rastari's newspaper, newspaper2, eventually creating his own paper The Vociferator. In March he became the Political Editor, Bagehot for the celebrated newspaper The Economist.
Soon after the 5th February Presidential Elections Rastari offered Scipio an apprenticeship in the Ministry of Migration and Support. As soon as he was able, he became a member of the People's Communist Party. In the following Congressional Elections Scipio ran for Congress in the East Midlands for the People's Communist Party and won his first congressional seat. He was then made Minister of Migration and Support following the Presidential Elections on the 5th March. He was reelected by the people of the East Midlands during the March Congressional elections.
Following the Presidential elections of 5th April, Scipio was made Minister of Home Affairs - a newly created ministry largely involved with supporting and informing the citizens of the UK. After successfully establishing this new ministry Scipio was made Minister of Information and Education when SaraDroz won her first Presidential mandate.
He was also reelected for a fourth time by the people of the East Midlands. During this time Dan Fallows stepped down as Party President of the People's Communist Party and named Scipio his successor. Although an unexpected turn of events it was welcomed.
Scipio did not rerun in the East Midlands during the congressional elections of 25th July but was soon successfully nominated to the House of Lords becoming the Duke of Buckingham.
In his early life Scipio took part in the Greek Resistance Wars against the Turkish nation and quickly made the rank of Corporal. He also took part in the Belgian Resistance Wars against the UK. In late February he became a member of Alpha Company Squad 3 of the Royal Guard.
Following the Irish/US training wars and the Swedish attack on Germany Scipio quickly made the rank of Captain.
After his departure from the House of Commons in the July congress elections, Scipio was free to join a branch of the army that did not require him to remain in the UK and so joined the newly formed RAF.