Ian E CoIeman
He was born in Ireland on September 21, 2010 and went on to become two time Country President of Ireland, the founder of the political party Eire Aonair, the Commander of Ireland's national military unit, Irish Army, and Ireland's most appointed Minister of Education.
His newspaper goes by the name of.
|History of Community Roles|
|Irish Co-Minister of Information||October 6, 2010 - November 5, 2010||Irish Country President Connell Rath|||
|Irish Minister of Wiki||February 6, 2011 - March 5, 2011||Irish Country President Seanan|||
|Irish Minister of Wiki||March 6, 2011 - April 5, 2011||Irish Country President(s) Digits 05637716/Waruda|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||March 17, 2011 - April 18, 2011||Foundation|||
|Teachta Dála of Ireland for Cork||April 26, 2011 - May 25, 2011||13 votes (Running with Irish Independent Party on behalf of Eire Aonair)|||
|Irish Wiki Officer||May 6, 2011 - May 15, 2011||Irish Country President Jacques Cousteau|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||May 16, 2011 - June 15, 2011||8 Votes (Uncontested)|||
|Minister of Information||June 6, 2011 - July 5, 2011||Irish Country President Irasian|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||June 16, 2011 - July 15, 2011||14 Votes (87.5%)|||
|Deputy Minister of Finance||July 6, 2011 - August 5, 2011||Irish Country President Chance Harrison|||
|Minister of Information||July 6, 2011 - August 5, 2011||Irish Country President Chance Harrison|||
|Treasurer of The Moynihan Joint Investment Group||August 13, 2011||Project Director Stranger Here Myself|||
|Teachta Dála of Ireland for Cork||August 26, 2011 - September 25, 2011||5 votes (Running with Eire Aonair)|||
|Minister of Information||September 6, 2011 - October 5, 2011||Irish Country President Patrick O'Leary|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||January 16, 2012 - February 15, 2012||6 Votes (54.55%)|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||October 16, 2012 - November 15, 2012||4 Votes (66.67%)|||
|Minister of Education||December 6, 2012 - January 5, 2013||Irish Country President The Psych0|||
|Teachta Dála of Ireland||December 26, 2012 - January 25, 2013||#5 Saoirse, Party President Uljanov|||
|Minister of Education||January 6, 2013 - February 5, 2013||Irish Country President Brian Boru|||
|Presidential Committee||February 6, 2013 - March 5, 2013||Irish Country President MikeBane|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||February 16, 2013 - March 15, 2013||22 Votes (84.62%)|||
|Minister of Education||March 6, 2013 - April 5, 2013||Irish Country President MUFC992|||
|Irish Army Logistics Officer||March 2013 - Present||Irish Minister of Defence Seanan|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||March 16, 2013 - April 15, 2013||31 Votes (83.78%)|||
|Minister of Education||April 6, 2013 - May 5, 2013||Irish Country President MUFC992|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||April 16, 2013 - May 15, 2013||29 Votes (87.88%)|||
|Minister of Education||May 6, 2013 - June 5, 2013||Irish Country President sir adriano prette|||
|Minister of Education||June 6, 2013 - July 5, 2013||Irish Country President Sweet Drinker|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||June 16, 2013 - July 15, 2013||19 Votes (70.37%)|||
|Minister of Education||July 6, 2013 - August 5, 2013||Irish Country President Sweet Drinker||N/A|
|Party President of Eire Aonair||July 16, 2013 - August 15, 2013||24 Votes (92.31%)|||
|Minister of Education||August 6, 2013 - September 5, 2013||Irish Country President Sweet Drinker|||
|Commander of Irish Army||August 14, 2013 - N/A||Army HQ|||
|Party President of Eire Aonair||August 16, 2013 - September 15, 2013||30 Votes (83.33%)|||
|Country President of Ireland||September 6, 2013 - October 5, 2013||90 (58.06%)|||
|Country President of Ireland||October 6, 2013 - November 5, 2013||71 (61.21%)|||
|Teachta Dála of Ireland||November 26, 2013 - December 25, 2014||#4 Eire Aonair, Party President Rafaia|||
|Teachta Dála of Ireland||December 26, 2013 - January 25, 2014||#7 Eire Aonair, Party President Rafaia|||
|Teachta Dála of Ireland||January 26, 2014 - February 25, 2014||#5 Eire Aonair, Party President Don Croata|||
Ian E Coleman won the Irelander of the Month award for May 2011Marcus Suridius, for his work on Ireland's wiki . In the "Amazing Review" edition of Irasian's community opinion articles Ian received a score of good overall with 14 votes toward him being a good citizen . In April of 2013 Ian won the awards for both "Best political involvement" and "eIrelander of the month" in Damhnaic's Citizen Awards .. In April of 2011 Ian was given an award for Community Supporter of the Month, by then Country President
Ian E Coleman is the owner and author of. Ian's first article was published on September 29, 2010 . Ian has also had the position of Wiki Officer/Minister on a few occasions, which entails record keeping and writing. In this position, he has increased the visibility of Ireland, and documented many historical events, facts, and figures.
Early Political Life
September 2010, Ian E Coleman joined the political party Eire Aontaithe. Shortly following Connell Rath's October inauguration in 2010, Ian E Coleman was offered the position of Co-Minister of Information for Ireland. He was to serve in the Ministry of Information with Minister biffo3000, who was able to help make up for his inexperience. Behind the scenes this ministry helped to shape the Irish wiki pages, and developed databases and surveys. On the whole the October 2010 government was a success, accomplishing all of the official goals but falling short of meeting EDEN's requirements for membership once again.
Post December 2010 Wipe
On December 7, 2010, the UK completely wiped Ireland off of the map, leading to every company, organization, and party being moved from Ireland to the UK. In effect Ireland was forced to rebuild with no parties, organizations, or companies. Ian E Coleman was no longer a member of Eire Aontaithe and so became an independent. In February of 2011 Ian E Coleman was given the position of Minister of Wiki by newly elected Country President Seanan. This was an entirely new position that had been created to bring new focus to the task of keeping Ireland's wiki pages up to date and informative. This position has lead him to closely observe information related to Ireland and the mechanics of eRepublik. He was given this position again in March under the Presidency of Digits 05637716/Waruda.
Foundation of Eire Aonair
On March 17, 2011 (St.Patricks Day), Ian founded Eire Aonair. As the founder, Ian became the first Party President of Eire Aonair.
First Mandate as Country President
Ian E Coleman released three campaign articles leading up to his election to Country President of Ireland on September 6th .
His first term continued the progress accomplished by Sweet Drinker in three consecutive terms previous. His job was to continue to ensure the security of Ireland, and he made it clear from the beginning that he did not plan to attack the UK during his term, despite the fact that they occupied Cork, Shannon, and Mayo, Ireland's original territories. He believed that Ireland was outmatched militarily, especially while the UK was influential in TWO, a largely unchallenged alliance which had firm control over the world. Instead he focused on preparing Ireland defensively and developing the alliances and tools which the nation would need to one day retake its regions.
His other goals for the month were to keep good communication with the people, to reform education, and to improve government organization. During the month he would write four "Taoiseach Reports". As one of Ian's reforms to government organization, he instated strict requirements on immigration and re-introduced an altered version of a three officer immigration office . This decision was met with some resistance, but he would re-enforce his belief in the measures, and carry out his promise of objective transparency in his last report of the month .
's Performance Survey for September showed that the population of Ireland had generally looked upon Ian's term favourably up to the end of September . Mean ratings of domains such as leadership, communication, activity, and integrity, were all in the range of 3.5 and 4.5, which was comparable with former Country President Sweet Drinkers first of three terms, and an improvement over his last two, though likely only as a reflection of the publics arbitrary discontent with his long reign.