|Fourth||Allegiance: Kingdom of China|
|Fifth||Occupation: Chief of staff of the Royal Army|
"Mr. Chiang" was a Chinese general who served as chief of staff of the armed forces of the Kingdom of China. Beginning in 2163 he simultaneously held the appointment of Prime Minister despite having no political experience, subsequently introducing a new authoritarian constitution. Following the suspension of said constitution on 4 August 2164, Chiang was appointed Dictator over the lackey Senate, a position he maintained in the exile state. He later served as leader of senatorial opposition in the Otto monarchy until its overthrow in 2179.
For his complicity in the Pan-Asiatic War and the Hawai'ian Genocide, Chiang was branded a war criminal; as a member of the Gang of Four he was charged with treason by the Co-operative Federation of Xinjiang, and was the subject of an INTERPOL Red Notice beginning 2173.
Commander in Chief
Chiang is first mentioned in 2162 as part of the monarchist government, replacing Christos Xinjiang as chief of staff. He served as commander in the Pan-Asiatic War and was briefly vested with executive power following King George's flight from the country, submitting the initial pledge of unconditional surrender to the coalition in 2163.
When George returned he ignored the electoral process and installed Chiang as Prime Minister; Chiang oversaw the implementation of the controversial 2163 constitution that placed the King above the law, weakened the Senate's independence, and legally mandated nuclear proliferation.
Following the resumption of the war, on 4 August 2164 George abolished the constitution and dissolved all political parties, appointing Chiang dictator-for-life of the now-rubber-stamp Senate.
When China capitulated the following year, Chiang and the rest of the China Six retreated to Ethiopia where he continued to serve as deputy to the Crown. He subsequently served as military commander of the Chinese Resistance Forces and founded the National Party in 2171 after it began constructing a shadow government, but lost his position as political deputy to "Mr. George" in the internal elections.
Following the monarchist insurrection and subsequent restoration, Chiang rebranded the party the Royal Nationalists, remaining leader of the official opposition until the government was overthrown in a republican counterattack in 2179.
As commander of Chinese forces in the Pan-Asiatic War, Chiang held responsibility for the country's nuclear arsenal, and even before the Hawai'ian Genocide, India announced in 2165 that it intended to prosecute him as a war criminal under an International Court of Justice. Likewise, the Co-operative Federation of Xinjiang issued an arrest warrant in 2166, and INTERPOL issued a Red Notice in 2173. In its ultimatum to the Kingdom in 2179, the Scarlet Lancers indicted Chiang of "war crimes, crimes against humanity, and high treason".