The Administrative-General is the senior executive of the Antarctic Micronational Union, elected from among the delegates by a simple majority of the member states. The Administrative-General is elected for four years, with no limit on the number of terms. The incumbent Administrative-General of the Antarctic Micronational Union is Yaroslav Mar, the President and senior delegate of the Federal Republic of Lostisland, first elected to the office in 2014 and re-elected in 2020.
H.E. Yaroslav Mar is a Russian and Israeli musician, travel manager, entrepreneur and humanitarian activist.
Yaroslav Mar is a member of the Royal Musical Association (UK), the Royal Society for Music History of The Netherlands, the Anglo-Portuguese Society and the American Society of Travel Advisors. He holds the rank of Captain in Corps Saint Lazarus International (Austria).
Yaroslav Mar is a speaker of Russian, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Hebrew.
WHAT DOES THE ADMINISTRATIVE-GENERAL DO?
The Administrative-General is elected by a simple majority vote of existing member states for a four-year term with no limit on the number of terms.
The AMU shall be administered by the office of Administrative-General, which is comprised of one Delegate selected from their nation’s two representatives by a simple majority vote of existing member states.