The Right Honourable
Sandra Ramirez

Assumed office 
24 December, 2012
Deputy Antoni Hervaenz
President Ernesto Titeriez (till 2013)
Augustin Voimer (from 2013)
Prime Minister Joseph Allende
Preceded by Jorge Belloch

In office
18 February, 2010 – 3 February, 2011
President Paul del Santé
Victor Staurakios
Prime Minister Joseph Allende
Rafael Fuenmayor
Preceded by Ernst Greblo
Succeeded by Miko Velbeno
In office
19 December, 2011 – 24 December, 2012
President Augustin Voimer
Prime Minister Joseph Allende
Preceded by Miko Velbeno
Succeeded by Connor Garvez

In office
April 4, 2008 – December 24, 2012
Deputy Julian Gonzalez
President Paul del Santé
Victor Staurakios
Ernesto Titeriez
Prime Minister Joseph Allende
Rafael Fuenmayor
Joseph Allende

Personal details
Born (1963-01-17) January 17, 1963 (age 55)
Mexico City, Mexico
Nationality Alconbria Alconbrian
Political party Alconbria People's Party
Partner Carl Santos
Children Eric Ramirez & Ximena Ramirez (b.2008)
Residence New Alcacer
Alma Mater Gvonn Law School (J.D.)
Profession Attorney and Politician
Religion None

Military service
Service/branch Balib (1984 – 89)
Military of Alconbria (89-92)
Years of service 1984 – 1992
Rank Corporal
Unit 5th Support Group, Balib
1st Force G
Awards Award of Gallantry, Second Class

Sandra Ramirez (born 17 January, 1963) is an Alconbrian lawyer and politician who is the current Minister of Law and Justice of the Alconbria, appointed in 2012. Prior to becoming Minister of Justice, she jointly served as the Chief Attorney of the State of Dialanda, and the Chief Attorney of the Metsarbarros.

Ramirez is known for her secular but conservative viewpoints. She is also one of the few member of parliaments who didn't contest elections, as she was directly appointed by the President of Alconbria. She is known for supporting the Eksterpresta Operacio Plan, and for drafting the Malpuro Citizenship Bill in 2012, which was passed in 2013, and also is an vigor supporter of the Pure State Plan. She also advocated LGBT rights and is an advocate of Animal rights.

Sandra graduated from Gvonn Law School in 1984, just before Altivebrian President Felipe de Curtis declared it was illegal for Alconbrians to study and practice law. Unemployed, and fearing persecution; she and her siblings joined Balib shortly after and served as a support soldier, and later as a helicopter gunner in the Military of Alconbria. Beginning from 1992, she served directly under the Alconbria Liberation Council's leadership as a law consultant.

She was sworn in as the Minister of Law and Justice in Ernesto Titeriez's cabinet in 2012, and was directly drafted into Augustin Voimer's cabinet in 2013, succeeding Jorge Belloch of the United Party for Progression.


Early life and educationEdit

Born in Mexico City to Alconrian refugees Cristóbal Ramirez and Isabel Bataller, Sandra was the eldest child of her family. Her mother worked in the Secretariat of Public Education from 1965 till 1973; being one of the longest serving members of that Secretariat. Her father, who was a public prosecutor in Altivebrio was employed as a social science teacher in a high school due to his knowledge of Spanish.

Sandra grew up in a non-religious household, and by the age of 12, could fluently speak Alconbrian, Spanish, English, Italian, French and mastered a sign language as well. She has three siblings, Berto Ramirez who is an executive officer in the Alconbrian Air Force; Corazon Imponez who is employed in the Mexican President's office and Thiago Ramirez is an Alconbrian businessman.

She started schooling at the age of 4 in a charity run English school in the La Cabaña refugee camp. In 1967, her mother was given a 3 bedroom apartment in Mexico City, and her family moved there. She attended a private primary school, and learned English as a second language. She subsequently completed high school in 1979, and her moved along with her father to Gvonn.

She attended Gvonn Law School from 1979 till 1984, and graduated with honours. Her education was paid for by the International Alconbrian Society.

Military serviceEdit

She was jailed in 1984 for protesting against the Bohrono Campaign of the Altivebrio Defense Forces. She was cruelly beaten, deprived of senses, and humiliated during her detainment in Altivebrian prisons. She met several public relations officers of the militant organization Balib in February 1984, and was inspired to join them, but also wanted a career as a barrister. By this time, the Military of Alconbria was making gains in the Northern Territory.

After the Altivebrian defeat in the Battle of Puerto del Sol; President Felipe de Curtis ordered a crackdown of Alconbrians in Altivebrio, believing them to be sympathetic to terrorists. Sandra ensured in the evacuation of her sister and Thiago, and along with her father and Berto joined the Balib in March 1984. Her brother, Thiago went to serve front line duty, aiding the Military of Alconbria against the Altivebrio Defense Forces; while she worked as a support soldier.

She had her first kill in 1987, during the Battle of the Hive. In 1989, she was transferred to the newly formed air wing of the Military of Alconbria and served as a gunner aboard a HH-60 rescue helicopter. She was honourable discharged from military service in 1992.

Administrative careerEdit

Under the recommendation of her crewmates, she joined the Alconbria Liberation Council's Territory of Alconbria Administrative Organ. Her knowledge of law enabled her to work in the judiciary system, and at points served directly under the offices of Paul del Santé. She was also part of the team that drafted the Alconbrian constitution.

She served as judge in Alconbrian military courts, and often convicted Altivebrians into lengthy unfair sentences.

In 2007, she was part of the team that negotiated with the Government of Altivebrio which led to the signing of the Gvonn Pact in 2007.

In her final judgement before Alconbria gained independence, she sentenced 17 year old Altivebrian Roy Gurriez under 50 life imprisonments without bail for attempting to disrupt the well-being of the Territory of Alconbria.

Political careerEdit

After the formation of Alconbria in 2008, she joined the Alconbria People's Party during it's inception.

Chief AttorneyEdit

In 4 April 2008, the Hitzordua appointed her the first Chief Attorney of the State of Dialanda. She made homophobia illegal in the State of Dialanda, and encouraged the entire country to do so. The Crimes Against the Other Sexes Act was passed in December 2008.


Sandra, c.2011

In 2011, President Paul del Santé appointed Sandra as the Chief Attorney of the Metsarbarros. Her appointment was criticized by the Native Party, who argued that since they held power in the metsarbarros, the Chief Attorney should be a Native Party members, and challenged the President's decision in the court. The court ruled in favour of the President, saying that factionalism shouldn't affect the well being of the Alconbrian people. In a press meet, she said she was glad that she got to be Chief Attorney of both Dialanda and the metsarbarros, and said that she would strive to bring justice to the Malpuro Alconbrians.

On 10 March 2010, fifteen GAZ operatives kidnapped over 148 Malpuro children and dissolved their bodies in sulfuric acid in the wilderness in the metsarbarros. Out of the fifteen, three were found guilty of murder, and were sentenced to life imprisonment by a local Metsarbarro court, but the decision was overturned by the Chief Attorney Sandra Ramirez (a GAP member). The fifteen were pardoned by Ramirez, and received $500,000 each as compensation. Subsequently, the immediately families of the victims were ordered to be deported by Ramirez, with no reason cited.

In 3 February, 2011, newly assumed President Victor Staurakios removed Sandra as the Chief Attorney, and replaced her with Miko Velbeno, a former Native Party member and a United Party for Progression member. Sandra, infuriated, accused Staurakios of nepotism and sexism. She supported the removal of Staurakios, and celebrated his execution.

She resumed her position as the Chief Attorney of the Metsarbarros in 19 December, 2011. Using her judicial powers, she released Melvo Farrez; who was convicted of killing 5 Malpuro children, sparking controversy.

She was the Chief Attorney during the 2012 Metsarbarros unrest, and suspended all constitutional rights in the state when the protests began and declared a state of emergency on 19 August, 2012. This allowed for the wide-scale detention and arrests of all Malpuros, including women and children for extended periods of time without a valid cause, and also enabled the prison authorities to execute prisoners when necessary. She revoked the Malpuro Compensation Laws, which were a part of the Malpuro Laws, which gave Malpuros a valid compensation in case they lose their house for any reason, and the law wasn't restored even after the war. The funds were the rerouted the Alconbrians. From October, she became the de facto ruler of the Metsarbarros, and began ruling by decree. She began ethnically cleansing Malpuros from lands for the creation of more Alconbrian colonies in the Metsarbarros, resulting in the forced displacement of over 2 million Malpuros.

Minister of Law and JusticeEdit

On 24 December, 2012; she was appointed as the Minsiter of Law and Justice by President Ernesto Titeriez. She resigned from her Chief Attorney positions, and assumed the cabinet ministry position. She moved to New Alcacer in 27 December, 2012, during the 2012 Metsarbarros unrest.

She drafted the Malpuro Citizenship Bill on late December 2012, which was passed by the Léialegis in 2013. With assistance from the Secretary of State Laurel Copete, she passed the Judicial Equality Act; which explicitly stated that only Alconbrians and foreigners can seek justice in civilian courts; while Malpuros are tried on military courts and are subject to harsh military laws. Also in the act was the stopping of assigning lawyers for free to the Malpuros, leading Malpuros to find lawyers at their own expense. She also encouraged lawyers not to represent Malpuros, and if they wanted to, should charge high prices. The Act also effectively barred Malpuros from pressing charges against Alconbrians, unless authorized by her. The Native Party has since dubbed her as the Minister of Injustice.

On October 2 2014, she found Malpuro J'hem Blaf guilty of treason and promoting terrorism, and had deported, along with his family and the entire town of M200384 through an executive order; which was constitutionally illegal. Blaf was under administrative detention since June 2013, and no reason was specified for his arrest. Subsequently, M200384 was used as a training ground for the Opkerifforse and the Alconbrian Army. The residents were deported to the vassal state of Brazil.


Sandra Ramirez attending an Abystato convention, c.2014

In February 2015, she sent 14 year old Malpuro activist Keloa Fedhar to be executed by immurement. Fedhar was originally sentenced to rehabilitation for talking part in anti-government protests. Using her powers, Ramirez ordered her to be executed without any reason. Fedhar spent 2 days in the immurement cell, before dying of dehydration and blood loss. Fedhar was placed in tightly sealed, sparcely ventilated metal chamber which was heated from outside. Additionally, her fingers and toes were dismembered, and she was sprayed which blinded her. Her parents and family, who protested her execution were deported to Africa. Her mother was subsequently brought back, and was crushed to death and buried next to her daughter in a landfill near their village.

In June 2015, she passed an another order which allowed the police forces and military to arrest any non-Alconbrian without any reason and imprison them upto ten yeas. In the following assembly, she sponsored an act which removed the powers of the Supreme Court and ended the checks and balances against the President. Cannabis was also decriminalized all over Alconbria after she signed an executive order to do so. She also passed the Extra Courts Act in 2016, which stated the judiciary activities in conquered, as well as the Alconbrian puppet states should be done by the Alconbrian military, instead of civil courts, and extended the martial law for an indefinite period of time.

Personal lifeEdit

Sandra Ramirez unofficially lives with Carl Santos, and gave birth to a set of twins in 2008: Eric and Ximena Ramirez. She lives in her quarters in New Alcacer with her children; while Santos visits them daily.

She is an atheist, and also a vegetarian. In 2014, her custom Elegante Predné S was sold at an auction for §2 billion to a private car collector; a record in Latin American history.