|Member of the Council of Kerlile|
|Assumed office |
08 July 2019
|Preceded by||Rebecca Arnott|
|Born||Rosemary June Arnott|
January 20, 2000
|Political party||Reform Party|
Rosemary June Arnott (born January 20th, 2000) is the current Arnott family representative on the Council of Kerlile. She is a member of the Reform Party, which campaigns for wide reforms of Kerlile's totalitarian matriarchal system. She is the only daughter of the current President of Kerlile, Rebecca Arnott, and is presently also a student at Hazelton University.
Early Life & Education
Rebecca Arnott was born on the 20th January 2000 to Councillor Rebecca Arnott of Kerlile. She is the only daughter of President Rebecca Arnott. She was raised in Maytown, Kerlile, with the other descendants of members of the Council of Kerlile. She chose to attend Hazelton University at the age of 18, on the other side of Kerlile from Grapevale.
Council of Kerlile
Following the appointment of her mother Rebecca as President of Kerlile, Arnott inherited her seat upon the Council of Kerlile. At the age of 19, she is the second-youngest Councillor ever, the first being then-14-year-old Rebecca Greenwood, who her own mother is named after in 1934.
Shortly after inheriting her seat, Arnott announced her intention to remain at university to complete her degree while performing her duties as Councillor. This decision was met with controversy, especially given Hazelton is on the other side of the country from Grapevale, the capital. Arnott has stated that she will attend only important votes in the capital, study at other times, and work remotely on legislation or campaigning.
Arnott was a member of multiple societies in her first year at university, including the baking society and on the swimming team. She has since had to give up the swimming team to perform her duties as Councillor, but remains an avid baker.