Ereh Ħĭnzei

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Ereh Ħĭnzei (Ереґ Хĭнзеі, born 16 August 1951 in Ħŭŕć) is an Adzhatian jurist and politician. After he served as president of the country twice in a short time on behalf on the liberal party A.V.Ŏ.D., he left that party and founded his own, Bloc-Ħĭnzei in 2006, which managed to secure a decisive victory in the parliamentary elections of 2007. At the end of 2009 his government was sacked in the aftermath of the Pasavihei-case, a well-known Adzhatian architect that was murderd earlier that year because of a controversial renovation of the capital city. In 2010 he was again a candidate for the presidential elections, but he was defeated with a very small margin by his main opponent, current president Ăŕva Bekina. In June 2011, he announced that he would step down as leader of Bloc-Ħĭnzei; in September Ħarman Ćĕrðanei was elected as his successor.

Trivia

Mr. Ħĭnzei's family name is somewhat controversial, as it contains a character that doesn't exist in the official Adzhatic alphabet: the ĭ. Probably this is the result of a clergical error in the chaotic fifties. In conversations and interviews with Ereh Ħĭnzei the subject of the peculiarity of his last name is a large taboo.

Heads of state of Adzhatia
Miheĺ Iĺicśŭn (1950 - 1982) · Vadim Erkŏhśŭn (1982 - 1984) · Miheĺ Iĺicśŭn (1984 - 1986) · Pjotaŕ Iĺicśŭn (1986 - 1990) · Miheĺ Pjotarśŭn (1990 - 2004) · Ereh Ħĭnzei (2004 - 2005)
Ăŕva Ośŕoncei (2005) · Miheĺ I (2005) · Ereh Ħĭnzei (2005 - 2006) · Grigeŕ Maććok (2006 - 2010) · Ăŕva Bekina (2010 - 2014) · Kataŕine Matuś (incumbent since 2014)


Prime ministers of Adzhatia
Valentiń Lăńkaĺ (2004 - 2005) · Pekka Cirpăń (2005) · Ăŕva Ośŕoncei (2005) · Adriań Hićrecei (acting, 2005 - 2006) · Ŕanije Erijeź (2006 - 2007) · Ereh Ħĭnzei (2007 - 2010) · Ŕanije Erijeź (2010 - 2011)
Galine Pańńiub-Koka (2011) · Ăŕva Tŭle (acting, 2011) · Eigĕń Hameen (2011 - 2017) · Vitaĺ Ăħcevei (acting, 2017) · Ŕanije Erijeź (incumbent since 12 September 2017)