Abdullah Mohamed Malan

2nd President of the Union of Midway
In office
June 15th, 2012 – present
Preceded by Ulysses Lee
Succeeded by incumbent

Born 8/13/74
Tehran, Iran
Nationality Midwayan
Political party Nationalist Party
Residence Aldebaran, Union of Midway
Alma mater N/A
Religion No religious affiliation

Abdullah Mohamed Malan is the second and current President of the Union of Midway. He began official service on June 15th, 2012.

Life and early political careerEdit

Malan was born on August 13th, 1974 in Tehran, Iran. His mother and father worked a family shop, and were relatively wealthy. Malan got the bet education he could get, and graduated from University of Tehran. He immediately went into politics, but never became popular with the Iranian people. He left Iran in 2001 and moved to Hawaii, where he spent some time working for the Hawaii Republican Party. However, his hardline positions never caught on with the party, and by the time 2006 rolled around he was expelled from the party.

After the United States of America dissolved, he went to Midway and joined the Nationalist Party of Midway. By this time he had changed his political positions, and gained a high rank in the party. He strongly supported the independence of Midway after the Overthrow of the Union of Midway. After Midway regained independence, he was elected President of the Union of Midway on June 15th, 2012 because of his strong promises to maintain Midway's independence.

Political CareerEdit

After Malan was elected, he signed into law a controversial legislation that required left-handed people to switch to being right-handed or face fined and/or jail time. He then doubled the military budget and started massive recruiting campaigns. He is also known for banning the swastika.

Accusations of abuse of powerEdit

Malan has been accused of abusing his power as President of the Union of Midway on multiple occasions. One scandal that is the most well-known outside of Midway is a supposed letter ordering the execution of people infected with a disease called mors. Malan has called this an attempt to defame him, and has claimed that the letter was forged.

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