Faustino Asprilla
Of Antioquia

In office
June 2, 2012 – Incumbent
Subcommanders Pablo Osorio

High Commander of the Empire of Antioquia
In office
May 26, 2012 – Incumbent

Governor of Maracaibo
In office
April 17, 2012 – June 4, 2012

Born October 5, 1971
Nationality Antioquian
Spouse Single
Children Tino Asprilla
Residence Building of the Delegation of Quito
Alma mater University of Bello

Faustino Asprilla Ramirez , (October 5, 1971) was the leader of the Antioquian Army in the War of Azuay . His military genius and political acumen led to the liberation of the department of guayaquil. The success of the War shook the institution of the Republic of Peru.

Faustino began his military career as a leader of the rebellion of Bolivar City, Venezuela in the recently captured province of Maracaibo. Initially allied with the Autonomous groups of Venezuela, Faustino switched allegiance to Antioquian when they abolished slavery. He gradually established control over the whole province, expelled Venezuelan invaders and used political and military tactics to gain dominance over his rivals. Throughout his days in power, he worked to improve the economy and security of Maracaibo. He restored the plantation system using free labour and maintained a large and well-disciplined army.

In June 4, he was assigned as Commander of the Militia ubicated in Ecuador. In June 25 he was forced to fight against the forces sent by Peru to restore Peruvian authority in the region. After his victory, he was proclamed National Hero and awarded with the Medal of Honor and the Green Heart condecoration.

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