Taylor Petrelli

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Taylor Petrelli
1st Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
November 5, 2010 - February 27, 2011
Political party Siroccan Federal Party (SFP)
Predecessor Office established
Successor Daniel Anderson
Personal information
Born 16 May 1995 (1995-05-16) (age 28)
Nationality New Zealand
Ethnicity Filipino
Military service
Nickname(s) "Tayz"
Allegiance Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco
Service/branch Siroccan Army
In service October 2010 - February 27, 2011
Rank Major General
Unit 1st Tasman Division

Taylor Petrelli (born 16 May 1995) was a Siroccan politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco and Major General of the Siroccan Army. She was be the first person to hold these posts until she was relieved of her position on February 27, 2011.


Much of Petrelli's background is unknown, but it is known she was introduced to Premier Daniel Anderson by his ex-girlfriend in January 2009, resulting in the two becoming friends. Whilst Anderson eventually lost touch with his ex-girlfriend in early 2010, he and Petrelli kept in contact with each other.

She was made a Major General of the Siroccan Army in October 2010. She led the 1st Tasman Division before she was discharged on February 27, 2011.

Minister of Foreign Affairs

She was offered the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs in September 2010, which she accepted. Her term as Minister of Foreign Affairs began on November 5, 2010, however during her time as Minister of Foreign Affairs, she contributed nothing towards Sirocco or its foreign affairs. Despite this being true for most of the Ministries, on February 27, 2011, she admitted that she "didn't care" about Sirocco and that she didn't want to partake in its affairs further. At 8:48pm that evening, she was officially stood down from her position. Premier Anderson has assumed her position, having managed foreign affairs on Petrelli's behalf for her entire term.

Preceded by: Minister of Foreign Affairs Succeded by:
Office established November 5, 2010 - February 27, 2011 Daniel Anderson