|Note that this article is still under construction.|
|Xavi E. Kohler|
| In office|
20 February 1990 – 17 August 1995
|Vice President(s)||Raul Delgado|
|Preceded by||Marcelo Vargas|
|Succeeded by||Arnaldo Tremosa|
| In office|
9 November, 1986 – 14 November, 1994
|President|| Joseph de Odeo |
Felipe de Curtis
|Preceded by||Emancio del Hastana|
|Succeeded by||Davido Hermano|
| In office|
20 August 1957 – 30 September 1968
|Vice President(s)||Delphia de Odeo y Guardiola|
|President|| Ernesto Laczano |
David Matthew Gorez
|Born|| December 18, 1933|
Nuevo Seville, Altivebrio
|Died|| May 1, 2014 (aged 80)|
Maroto, Occupied Altivebrio
|Political party||Altivebrian Republican Party|
|Spouse|| Patricia Rodriguez (1958–1997,divorce) |
Lea Maura (1998–2011, her death)
Sofia Kohler (2011–2014, his death)
Xavi Elias Kohler (18 December, 1933 – 1 May, 2014) was an Altivebrian statesman, athlete and politician who served as the President of Altivebrio from 1990 till 1995; the crucial point of the Third Altivebrian Civil War.
Born and raised in Nuevo Seville, Kohler attended the Nuevo Seville University and studied political administration from 1950 till 1956. He also played in his college football team, and was a member of the Altivebrian National Football Team from 1969 till 1981. He then studied in international relations and military intelligence in the Punto del Infiero Military Academy from 1981 till 1986, and joined the Altivebrian Republican Party in 1986.
Kohler held anti-Alconbrian views since childhood, and supported the Persecution of Alconbrians, especially during the La Limpieza. It was reported that he hated Bartolomé Tirano, and began to hate Alconbrian after the fascist takeover in 1939. He won power in the 1990 Altivebrian Presidential elections, with a narrow victory of 53.8% of all the votes. Unlike his predecessors, he focused on the extermination of the Alconbrians, and aggressively combated the rebels. It was in his regime that Altivebrian airstrikes became widespread, killing over half a million civilians. He was widely criticised for several human rights abuses and war crimes, but has constant denied them. A panel loyal to him declared that he wasn't guilty of crimes against humanity.
During his tenure, several cities were re-captured, and a lot of lost territory were recovered. He ordered his troops to attack Guatemalan soldiers as well, resulting in Guatemala to pull out it's support. He ordered a full blockade of Alconbrian-held territories, which was in effect from 1991 till 1996.'
His popularity soared during the last years of his rule, when the newly established Alconbrian Air Force began a bombing campaign of Altivebrio, killing at least a million civilians, and destroying several military bases. The Alconbrian air force also managed to break free from the naval blockade, and aided in the capture of several lost cities. In 1995, Xavi kept a referendum which when passed, would allow him to stay in power for the next five years, but it received a staggering 87.4% negative votes, ending his tenure as President.
Following his tenure as President, he still remained in the party indirectly influencing his successor Arnaldo Tremosa's decisions. He was against President Servando García Goyena from signing the Gvonn Pact in 2007, and heavily criticised the Altivebrian defeat in the war. He then retired and livied in Nuevo Seville for the most of his life.