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Irina Adzhitekova
Timeline: History of Margovya

Adzhitekova in 2005

17th Senate President of the Republic of Margovya
11 October 2005 – 11 April 2010

Predecessor: Vilyelmo Dumayev
Successor: Arya Nukova
President: Pristina Leonova (2005-2007)

Gennady Elemat (2007-2010)

Senator of the Republic of Margovya
6 April 2001 – present

President: Genrikh Antonov (2001-2004)

Pristina Leonova (2004-2007)
Gennady Elemat (2007-2013)
Viktoriya Vegova (2013-2016)
Mstislav Pankavuranov (2016-present)

32nd Mayor of Margovya City, Arbatskaya
6 October 1999 – 6 April 2001

Predecessor: Gennady Elemat
Successor: Ervin Sikhovich
President: Susana Bulshitova (1999)

Ruma Dumayev (2000-2001)

Birth: Irina Vyacheslavovna Adzhitekova
14 May 1979 (age 38)
Arbatskaya Flag Margovya City, Arbatskaya, Margovya
Spouse: Zydrunas Arasovich Tamolevicius (m. 2005-present)
Political party: Margovyan Federalist Party
Religion: Roman Catholic
Profession: Politician, Singer, Web Show Host

Irina Vyacheslavovna Adzhitekova (Margovyan: Irene Wenceslao Ajitek, Russian: Ирина Вячеславовна Аджитекова, born 14 May 1979) is a Margovyan politician, actress and singer. She is a senator and was the president of the Senate. She is also best known for her roles in the films Titanium and Lusitania alongside Hafimwahlid Talnaev.

Adzhitekova officially became the 17th president of the Senate of Margovya after winning the senatorial conclave on October 11, 2005 against Senator Maksim Gennadiev with a score of 24 against 5. One senator was absent, Senator Gavrina Kumilyova.

Birth and Early LifeEdit

Irina Adzhitekova was born in Margovya City, Arbatskaya on May 14, 1979 to former Senator Vyacheslav Adzhitekov (born November 5, 1955) and schoolteacher Svetlana Adzhitekova (born July 19, 1957). Irina has six siblings: three elder brothers Ivan (b. 1971), former Arbatskaya Governor Foma Adzhitekov (b. 1973) and Aleksei (b. 1974); two younger sisters Kseniya (b. 1981) and Revolutsiya (b. 1985); and one younger brother Barrikada (b. 1982).

Adzhitekova studied in Arbatskaya State University, where she graduated from political science course.

Early CareerEdit

Irina Adzhitekova and Svolochy Showdown (1989-92)Edit

At age 8, Adzhitekova entered Svolochy Showdown on its 10th season on 1988, but she didn't make it in the One Judge Judgment, after getting a score of 7.95 (you need a score of at least 8.00 to pass One Judge Judgment; 7.50 if less than 20 contestants got 8.00 above) from judge Konrad Kortesov. However, Adzhitekova tried Svolochy Showdown again the next year, but she got eliminated in the Final Countdown, Top 6, after plunging in to the bottom 2 and getting a score of 9 from the judges against her opponent Zydrunas Tamolevicius, who later became her husband.

After watching a clip of her performance in Svolochy Showdown, Adzhitekova was signed in to IkuLubo Records, where she released her self-titled debut album on May 28, 1992.

The Margovyan Youngsters and Irina at 16 (1992-96)Edit

After the release of her debut album on 1992, Adzhitekova resigned from IkuLubo Records due to some arguments with the record's producer. After almost a year, Adzhitekova was signed to Tidzhomov Music Records, where she met her best friends and now political acquaintances, then 13-year-old Fanniya Mejez, then 17-year-old Gennady Elemat, and then 12-year-old Orental Gibitov.

During her stay at Tidzhomov Music Records, Adzhitekova continued making albums, and eventually, Adzhitekova, Mejez, Elemat and Gibitov officially formed the band The Margovyan Youngsters, parody of the 1960's band The Margovyan Oldies, on March 16, 1993.

Although in the Margovyan Youngsters band, Adzhitekova managed to release a solo album, called Irina at 16 on March 29, 1996, containing sixteen of her originally-composed songs. According to her, she named the album Irina at 16 because she was sixteen years old when she wrote and recorded the songs. After the release of her solo album, the Margovyan Youngsters had a worldwide tour from April to October 1996.

Cars of Margovya and early Political Career (1996-2005)Edit

Rise in Politics (2005-present)Edit



Year Title Role Notes
1999 Proverbs: You Believe In It? Miranda Ambrosio First motion picture project
2000 Party Like It's 1999 Anya Verinina
Titanium Rosela Bukaterova Won "Best Actress", 2000 Honorary Awards For Movies
2001 Karageorgiyev: The Movie Esmeralda Karageorgiyev
Revenge is the Answer Kseniya Ulyanova
2002 Moonlight In Ikulsk Raisa Filmanova
Can't Fight This Feeling Anymore Yakov's biological mother cameo appearance
2003 Proverbs: The Continuation Miranda Ambrosio
2005 Crazy Dancin' 2: Crazier Moves Yordana Alekseyeva Nominated "Best Supporting Actress", 2005 Honorary Awards for Movies
Lusitania Charlaine Rosemary Yates

Won "Best Love Team's Comeback", 2005 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Film and Television Awards with Hafimwahlid Talnaev

2006 Mr. Batalyanov, I Presume Maria Tarapova
Freedom is the Key Marie Soleil
2008 I Heart Rock and Roll Yelena Rambuva Won "Best Actress", 2008 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Movie and Television Awards
2009 Black Lights Fadia Karlova
2010 The War of the Interceptor Karlota Burova
We Have to Survive: The Yefrem Dragunov Story Sergeant First Class Fyodora Kyunina
2011 The Winning Man Andreya Tafirova
Truth is the Savior Kseniya Ulyanova
2012 The Interceptors: Revenge of the Fem-Cop Karlota Burova Nominated "Worst Supporting Character", 2012 Margovyan Golden Raspberry Awards
2013 Business in the Room Ekaterina Kurotova
Vegetables on a Wedding Raisa Kirilova
2015 Three Agents RBI Special Agent Irina Casinova
The Karageorgiyevs: The Next Chapter Esmeralda Karageorgiyeva