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Andrey Fomayevich del Quiev
Андрей Фомаевич Делькиев
Timeline: History of Margovya

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Del Quiev on his one-day presidential term on April 5, 1956

9th President of the Republic of Margovya
5 April 1956 – 6 April 1956

Predecessor: Vladislav Movchenko
Successor: Dmitri Antonov
Vice President: None

9th Vice President of the Republic of Margovya
6 April 1953 – 5 April 1956

Predecessor: Ivan Gregoriyov
Successor: Svetlana Andivina
President: Vladislav Movchenko

Senator of the Republic of Margovya
6 October 1945 – 6 April 1953

President: Vladislav Amrovich (1945-1947)

Mstislav Andropov (1947-1953)

Birth: 23 November 1911
Remontadov, Viktoriyovskaya, Margovya
Death: 16 September 1991 (aged 79)
Svelovsk, Ikanua, Margovya
Spouse: Irina Yulianovna Imanova
Political party: Margovyan Federalist Party
Religion: Roman Catholic
Profession: Politician

Andrey Fomayevich del Quiev (Russian: Андрей Фомаевич Делькиев, 23 November 1911 - 16 September 1991) was a Margovyan politician. He was a former President, Vice President and Senator. He is the younger brother of former Senator and Justice Minister Andreya del Quiev, the father of actor-singer Yegor del Quiev, the grandfather of singer-actress Andrea G., and the great uncle of actors Mark Tramvitumov and Karl Khristenko.

Del Quiev did not officially become a president, but he was technically recognized as the ninth President of Margovya after Andreya del Quiev's death on April 5, 1956, one day before the inauguration of the late president's original successor, Dmitri Antonov.


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