Hi everyone, I’m Purple Hyacinth a.k.a Hya! I’ve been a citizen of TSP since I joined NS back in May 2022. In that time, I’ve held a number of roles in TSP government, including ministry staff, SPSF Tsunami Force member, Chair, Minister of Engagement, Minister of Media, and Coral Guard member. While you might not see me around in chats a lot, I have attended update pretty frequently recently, so I have been pretty active in NS.
I believe that my skills in coordination and leadership are well-suited to the role of Prime Minister. My main priorities are to help increase domestic activity and strengthen bonds with our allies.
I am currently a resident of Inferno Stellaria, a culture-focused region, and was the head of government up until a couple days ago when I resigned. I am also technically in their military, but the military has never done anything and if it were to, it would be limited to wargames. The region is pretty dead anyway so I don’t really anticipate any conflict. In the extremely unlikely event that something with Inferno Stellaria is in conflict with TSP, I would not hesitate to leave Inferno Stellaria.
For the most part, I am happy to help each minister set and refine their own goals, and then help them reach it. However, I do have a general vision for each ministry.
On the domestic affairs side of things, I want more visible activity. With the Ministry of Culture, it should run more regular activities. I’m not necessarily looking for a return of weekly events, but it’s important that we have a couple things happening every week to bring people together. For the Ministry of Engagement, I would like to focus on some kind of outreach to new players to help them get involved in TSP. While maintaining infrastructure is nice, and I would support the work to do that, it’s meaningless if we aren’t getting people interested enough to use the infrastructure.
The SPSF has been doing well at regularly fielding updaters, bringing good numbers to liberations, and training new recruits who are interested. This should continue.
When it comes to foreign affairs, I would largely maintain the status quo. I believe we should continue military, cultural, and World Assembly cooperation with our allies. Also, on the administration side, we need to move our treaties over to the new forums.
I will support OWL in churning out votes and recommendations. As for the choice of the OWL Director for the next term, I will communicate with Anjo to get his thoughts. Anjo has been doing a wonderful job, and I would be happy to let him continue should there be no suitable replacement.
I would like to increase the visibility of the Cabinet, especially its internal activities. While monthly FA reports and biweekly Delegate’s Briefings do a great job at explaining some of the big public things already happening in the region, my idea for an update would be geared towards Cabinet activities that are not as visible to the general public. SPSF reports do a great job of this, for example, as they highlight the effort of updaters that would otherwise go unseen by the general public. However, I think that domestic affairs ministries especially currently lack this kind of visibility. My plan for this is a quick weekly update summarizing activities within the Cabinet and Ministries, cross-posted to the forums, RMB, and Discord.
Also, as the Sunshine Act requires, I plan on a sunshine release for the February term.
Thanks for reading my campaign! If you have any questions, I’m happy to answer them.
And, before you ask–the answer is pie.