Nasser I Akhman
|Nasser I Akhman|
Násir I Akhmáno
|1st Émprassi of Palesmenia|
1665 AN – 1678 AN
|Prime Minister||Zarni Thu|
|Preceded by||position established|
|Succeeded by||Ekitzer Akhman|
Royal Palace, Ábbad
|Occupation||Émprassi of Palesmenia|
Nasser I Akhman was the first monarch of Palesmenia until 1678 AN
Nasser faced some heavy challenges during his early reign. Not even a month into his reign, early political and native violence in the south boiled over. However, with the appointment of skilled generals, he was able to bring the war to a close. He was also reluctant to introduce democracy to the nation after this war, but he finally caved in and created the Nadcraši. After this, he petitioned many wealthy landowners to build factories to increase the industrialization of the nation.
Later Reign and Death
Towards the end of his life, Nasser was seen by most as a weak ruler. This was due to the fact that he was sickly and bedridden (a fact kept secret from the public) after a series of seizures had essentially paralyzed him. He had written a series of letters to his 3 closest advisers, Prime Minister Zarni Thu, Defense Minister Thíno Wúlatet, and ET leader Máséko Ánzina about his condition, advising them to insure his son, Ekitzer, would ascend to the throne of Palesmenia after his death. All 3 parties agreed. Approximately 3 weeks after this agreement, Nasser finally passed away in his sleep.