Julian Anderson

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Julian Anderson

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Nationality Flag-France.png French
Date of birth April 6, 2010
Day 868 of the New World
Date of death April 2018 (est)
Residence Paris, France
Sex Male
Congress member of Deutschschweiz
June 25th, 2010 – July 25th, 2010
Congress member of Romandie
December 25th, 2010 – January 25th, 2011
Party president of Swiss Liberal Party
January 16th, 2011 – February 15th, 2011
President of Switzerland
April 6th, 2011 – May 5th, 2011
Served under Swiss Reform Coalition
Preceded by Dr.Pain
Succeeded by Becker&co
Minister of Economy of Switzerland
May 6th, 2011 – November 5th, 2011
Party president of Swiss Reform Coalition
September 16th, 2012 – End of 2012
Preceded by Uros95
Party president of Parti Koinmuniste
May 16th, 2013 – July 16th, 2013
Preceded by Magiclex
Succeeded by Robocall
Military rank Icon rank National Force.png National Force
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Julian Anderson was a politician in Icon-Switzerland.png Switzerland and Icon-France.png France. His military activity consisted of being an active soldier in Swiss Special Forces where he ultimately served as 2nd Commander.


Julian Anderson is the 22nd President of Switzerland. He was a member of Parti Suisse Romand, Swiss Liberal Party, of which he became president in January 2011, and Swiss Reform Coalition, which he founded in cooperation with Becker&co.

Julian Anderson was considered by many politicians as one of the Swiss specialists in economic affairs. He was the leader of the first major tax reform of Swiss History: "TaxReform One".

Switzerland overview

  • He has been 4 times in Congress in Switzerland:
    • Congressman of Deutschschweiz between the 25 June 2010 and 25 July 2010.
    • Congressman of Romandie between the 25 December 2010 and 25 January 2011.
    • Congressman of Romandie between the 25 March 2011 and 5 April 2011 (became President of Switzerland, the 6 April 2011).
    • Congressman of Switzerland between the 25 August 2011 and 25 September 2011.
  • He was on next governmental positions:
    • Secretary to the Ministry of Solidarity between the 5 May 2010 and 5 June 2010 in Eleriel's government.
    • Minister of Economy between the 5 April 2011 and 5 May 2011 in Julian Anderson's government.
    • Vice-President between the 5 May 2011 and 5 June 2011 in Becker&co's government.
    • Minister of Economy between the 5 May 2011 and 5 June 2011 in Becker&co's government.
    • Vice-President of Swiss Congress between the 25 August 2011 and 25 September 2011.
    • Minister of Economy between the 5 September 2011 and 5 October 2011 in JNArno's government.
    • Vice-Minister of Enonomy between the 5 October 2011 and 5 November 2011 in Borgogian's government.
    • Minister of Economy between the 5 November 2011 and 5 December 2011 in Luka Tomasevic Tomas's government.
    • Minister of Economy between the 5 December 2011 and 5 January 2012 in Rican's government.
  • He was involved in several Presidential elections:
    • President of Switzerland between the 5 April 2011 and 5 May 2011.
    • Candidate for Presidency of Switzerland in November 2011 but he lost the election against Luka Tomasevic Tomas(55.38%) with 29.23% of votes.
    • Candidate for Presidency of Switzerland in February 2012 but he lost the election against Monsieur Guillontine(40.79%) with 38.16% of votes.

Switzerland Reform Alliance

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  • founding member of the party

Swiss Reform Coalition

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  • co-founder
  • party president

Swiss Liberal Party

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  • party president

Parti Suisse Romand

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  • founding member of the party
  • two terms as party president
  • one term as vice party president

France overview

  • He was on next governmental positions:
    • Vice-Minister of Economy between the 5 July 2012 and 5 August 2012 in Saberan's government.

Union des Libres Penseurs

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  • two terms as vice party president
  • two terms as party president

Parti Koinmuniste

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  • councillor
  • one term as vice party president
  • two terms as party president

Julian Anderson, A political history...

His early political (May 2010 > October 2010)

Upon his arrival in Switzerland, Julian Anderson is involved in national politics... Ministers of Solidarity Xavibong and Becker&co, invited him to join their firm in time as secretary of Solidarity (May 2010). He participated for the first time a government, only a month after his arrival in the world of eRepublik. A lot of work waiting for him, but it was for him his first political experience and his superiors were not disappointed with their decision.

Subsequently, this young politician made to a favorite subject of "Solidarity". The transition to V2 created a systemic crisis of the economy in June 2010. Julian Anderson defended the young Swiss citizens face of rising prices, but in a position of opposition to the government, it had not succeeded.

On June 25, 2010, he entered for the first time the Congress of Switzerland. With its new political role, he received a greater voice to express his dismay at an economic crisis that lasted until October 2010. It is in these difficult times for Switzerland, Julian Anderson started learning module economic of eRepublik...

The "Switzerland Reform Alliance" (September and October 2010)

On September 15, 2010, Julian Anderson was elected president of a small political party in Switzerland. He renovated the party inactive, to create the Switzerland Reform Alliance. A major recruitment campaign began and the small party ascended the steps of Congress September 25, 2010, with 6 seats. The Swiss Reform Alliance, took an important place in opposition to the government of Jimakos-Thess. Julian Anderson was chosen as pthe residential candidate to support the candidate of the Coalition, Penguin. Unfortunately, it loses the election and Julian decided to resign from his post as party chairman... Then it was the end of the newly created party, who disappeared October 15, 2010.

First break (October 2010 > November 2010)

After his resignation from the presidency of Swiss Reform Alliance, Julian Anderson temporarily left the Swiss political landscape. He took advantage of a neutral place, in Swiss politics, to write articles on various subjects, political or not. He began a review of the Swiss political system beginning in November 2010.

After the presidential election of December 2010, Julian organized the largest Swiss political debate between President cesgon , and the opposition leader F4uc0n. For the first time, the two political parties that are at war for more than one year discussed on many topics.

A few days after the publication of the debate, Julian Anderson was elected a member of Congress ... This is a comeback in Swiss politics!

The Presidency of the SLP (January 2011)

Julian Anderson was elected January 15, 2011, president of Swiss Liberal Party. After a month of inactivity due to the PTO of the party in December, the new president of the party, boosts an older party. Many Swiss citizens join the SLP and the party won the election of the Congress with six seats out of 22.A Political change is then running as the main opposition party now has a significant weight in Congress. Unfortunately, Switzerland is invaded by Germany in late January 2011, under the chairmanship of Milanlazetic.

It is also the beginning of the month gathering of the Coalition (SLP/SFP/SNF). In a paper election, Julian Anderson calls on all members of Swiss Freedom Party, a party PTO in January, joining the SLP to create a large single political party, in front of Swiss Neutrality Party.

It's the end of the dynamics of Swiss Liberal Party, and the party lived his last months of existence. Later, Julian Anderson will be remembered as the last president of Swiss Liberal Party.

The German occupation (February 2011)

Throughout the occupation of Switzerland by the German armed forces, Julian Anderson fought for the independence of his nation. He supported the unofficial candidacy of F4uc0n as president of Switzerland, to replace the president Milanlazetic.

After the release of the Swiss territories in mid-February 2011, Julian Anderson participated in the reconstruction of a Swiss political landscape, including the construction of a single party that brings together the coalition. This is in line with his appeal in January 2011.

Julian went on vacation for a week in late February 2011, and it was during this period was built the new party gathering, called Post Tenebras Lux.

The Comeback! (early March 2011)

In early March was an important moment in the life of Julian Anderson. It was then that his first ideas come to mind: why not run in the presidential election of April? He then prepared to participate in party primaries end of March! With his team, he created a political agenda.

From March, Julian Anderson begins a debate on tax reform, in Congress. He was considered by many politicians as one of the Swiss specialists in economic affairs.

The inactivity of Post Tenebras Lux, and the failure of the primary pushes Julian Anderson criticizes the new party and to propose the reform of Post Tenebras Lux. His team proposes the "candidate for change", Becker&co, to the presidency of the party to reform a political party too inactive, and no proposals.

On March 15, 2011, Becker&co was elected president of Post Tenebras Lux, who reformed the party into renowned Swiss Reform Coalition.

Progress towards the presidential election... (end of March 2011)

Primaries in March 2011

Julian Anderson is a candidate at the first primaries for the new party Swiss Reform Coalition, facing Kishvier. He won the primaries March 30, 2011 with 67% of the vote. It was announced as the official candidate of Swiss Reform Coalition in the presidential election in the evening, by the party chairman Becker&co.

Presidential Campaign ( 1 > 5 April 2011)

The presidential campaign began from April 1, 2011. Julian Anderson presented a program specific to its mandate, and is supported by many Swiss, facing the candidate Swiss Neutrality Party, Milanlazetic. His program focused on economic policy. The presidential campaign ended April 5, 2011, the day of the votes that gave winner Julian Anderson.

His Presidency in April 2011

Julian Anderson was elected President of Switzerland with 65.57% of the vote in April 2011. His government has undertaken a major tax reform (the first of this scale): "TaxReform One".


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