Jair Meza

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President of the Republic of Rino Island
In office
January 15, 2016 - July 2, 2016
Predecessor Tomás Ríos
Successor Jorge de Antillón
Born Mexico
Political party Humanist Alternative (2015)
Residence Sinaloa
Religion Unknow

Jair Meza was the President of Rino Island during the first half of 2016. By profession a psychologist, he had previously been a football player. He was elected by the "Humanist Alternative" party, of his own foundation. It was the second left government on Rino Island, after Tomás Ríos, its predecessor. He obtained 54% of the votes in the 2016 presidential election, beating Alejandro Santander.[1][2]

In his brief government, Rino Island was confirmed as the headquarters of microvision, a Penal Code was approved. After a month in office, he mysteriously disappeared. His case is similar to that of Harold Holt, Prime Minister of Australia who disappeared at sea.[3]

After his disappearance he was overthrown and replaced by the Provisional Government of National Restoration of Rino Island.