Kerstin Sentzke
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Kerstin Sentzke is an UEG politician who is the current President of the Unified Earth Government.



Kerstin was born on the semi-independent colony of Venezia in 2550 to Edvin Sentzke. Her grandfather was the notorious terrorist Staffan Sentzke. She was raised on the harsh Venezian planet but enjoyed a relatively decent life as a result of her grandfathers smuggling and the planet being known as a economic hub for less savory characters. Before she turned five, the UEG government decided it no longer wanted a thorn in their side and attacked the planet. After bombarding the planet, the UEG military took the rest of the populace by force. The Sentzkes were sent to Earth so that Staffan could be tried at the Hagu.t Kerstin and her mother were allowed to go free and lived ordinary lives for the most part. She attended a University in Sweden and would pursue a career in the UEG Foreign Services as a diplomat. In 2574 Kerstin attempted a bid for the Presidency. She defeated a former minister of the prior administration and became President of the Unified Earth Government in January of 2576. Within the month of her Presidency, Kerstin inherited tensions between the UCR and UEG, leading to war in February 2576. As the military refused to listen to the civilian government, war was fought and lost. By March or April, it was over. Afterwards the two sides would form two opposing alliances that would ensure the mutual destruction of the other should another war occur to the displeasure of Kerstin. For the remainder of the year, Kerstin focused on rehabilitating colonies affected by the war and those still under restoration from the Human-Covenant War.


Her second year went fairly well; there was no shortage of jobs due to all the deaths and reconstruction going on. Military expenditure had also gone down with the limits outlined by the Citadel Treaty. A minor incident occurred during the year with the JSDF, leading to a confrontation with NUNS. This event resulted in forcing the military to relinquish the last of its emergency powers from the Human-Covenant War.


Continued support of efforts to rehabilitate damaged colonies from the Human-Covenant War and rapid expansion into neutral space between the Outer Colonies and the Vanguard and the galactic center. Due to sudden events that happened on Cineris the UEG also lent aid to rebuild their planet.

Augmented Act 2578 - A bill passed by the UEG Senate and signed by President Senztke. It covers rights of some non-humans and those with abilities.
  • Augmented peoples of foreign nationality and residing in or departing any territory of the UEG must submit to tagging.
  • Criminals with abilities may be tried by military court. Crimes committed by those with abilities may also be sterilized, sent to work or face execution.
  • Recognition of the Faunus as having the same basic rights as humans.
Synths' Rights
Freedom of Navigation - The UNSC Navy will dispatch several civilian ships and an escort in an attempt to navigate the Andromeda Galaxy regardless of any protests from NUNS.



President Sentzke negotiated The Soyuz Charter and visited the newest member of the Central Galactic Empire, Corneria. The charter secured the borrowing of several trophy ships and trade exchange between the countries. Sentzke and Premier Noah 'Chavam also toured the planet. Appointed Ciel Thiess to diplomat of Exon.

2580 budget notes: DoD cuts 5% - reduction of army and marines by 460,000 personnel. Personal income taxes rates 2-5% scaling >2,000,000 cR. Reduction of trade fees between UEG and NUNS.

December 23rd, went to the Epsilon Eridani II system to announce Reach was once again habitable and that the naval station there would be re-established. 

December 25th, visited Aurelia.

President Sentzke announced in 2582 a trade deal with Exon, selling them several Venator type cruisers and fighters in exchange for greater access to Venezia and several trillion credits. In a separate address several days later, the UEG would be willing to give financial and other incentives to those who go live and develop various outer colonies.