Aladin Lavrentiyevich Balkonovich (November 6, 1917 - September 13, 1973) was a Margovyan politician, political adviser and political analyst. He was known for being the first and so far the only politician who has held three out of the five highest political positions in the country, being House Speaker from 1948 to 1950, Senate President from 1951 to 1965, and Vice President from 1965 to 1968. He was also known for leading the Margovyan Socialists in the so-called Margovya Pro-Hanoi Movement during the height of the Vietnam War, from 1966 to 1968, and for leading the bombing attacks on the Margovyan Palace on February 12, 1968 when US President Lyndon Johnson was in the country for a state visit.
Balkonovich was sworn in as the twelfth Vice President of Margovya on June 23, 1965 after winning the Special Vice Presidential conclave following the unexpected death of President Svetlana Andivina and the ascent of Vice President Juan Barbarov into presidency, garnering 179 out of 258 votes after three rounds. After the attacks on the Margovyan Palace on 1968, Balkonovich decided not to run for second term, after President Juan Barbarov threatened to have him sentenced into firing squad for treason against the Republic of Margovya. After stepping down from politics on April 6, 1968, he spent the rest of his life being a political adviser and political analyst until he died of heart failure on September 13, 1973 at age 55.