Official portrait of Prime Minister Oblastikov
| In office|
January 14, 2010 – February 3, 2010
|Succeeded by||Patrick Kingrichki|
Minister of Culture
| Assumed office|
February 3, 2010
|Preceded by||David Holsinger|
| Assumed office|
January 14, 2010
|Born|| April 22, 1957 (age 62)|
Rostovi Corner, Crimea Iso
Personally appointed by King Domo De Dovo, Oblastikov was the first Jadukan Prime Minister. Although official ties between Jadukan independence and Oblastikov are foggy and unconfirmed, it is rumored that Domo De Dovo and Oblastikov worked closely together in the months leading up to secession.
Personal Life Edit
Childhood, Education, and Career Edit
As a young boy and teenager attending Rostovi Prep School, Oblastikov was interested in government. His father, a local representative in Rostovi Corner, was a huge influence. After graduating from Crimea Iso University with a degree in political sciences, Oblastikov ran for office. He lost.
However in 1987, in a controversial move that is still talked about today, Oblastikov ran against his own father. Both men dominated the elections and at the last minute, Oblastikov senior dropped out and Dmitry was named the winner of his father's seat. From then on, Oblastikov gained powerful connections and worked his way up the political ladder until finally becoming the provincial representative for North Port to the Crimean Council.
Dmitry Oblastikov hasn't spoken much about his wife nor his son Aleksander. What we do know, however, is that they met and married in 1985 while he was campaigning in Rostovi Corner. Since then, the very beautiful Povlanova was seen at all of Oblastikov's campaigns and speeches. Their son, Aleksander, was born on December 16, 1993.
Career as Prime Minister of Jaduka Edit
Oblastikov was appointed by Vladimir Domo De Dovo to fill the position of Prime Minister on January 14, 2010.
Application Negotiations with DOOM Edit
Credit is given to Oblastikov for the negotiations leading up to Jadukan acceptance into the DOOM alliance.