Leader of the Green Party
In office
October 2015 - October 2016
Preceded by Kittiara
Succeeded by Kyx
Assumed office
November 2016
Preceded by Kyx
Deputy Leader of the Green Party
In office
November 2016
Leader Kyx
Preceded by barnetlad
Succeeded by Position abolished
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
In office
July 2015 - August 2015
Prime Minister Kittiara
Preceded by James222
Succeeded by Lime-man
Member of Parliament
In office
July 2015 - July 2016
Personal details
Known as Andy
Nationality British
Profession Politician
Political Parties Green Party

Andy98 is the current Leader of the Green Party. He is the only one to have served in the role for two spells and is the longest serving one. He has also served as the party's Deputy Leader, as Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, and as an MP for the party.

October 2014 - October 2015

Andy98 joined the Green Party in October 2014, a time when they were leading the government and arguably the greatest days for the party. His big break came in July 2015 when he received his first, and only, cabinet position: Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. He became an MP for the first time at this point too. Andy98 remained in the cabinet until August when Aphgate II caused the suspension of parliament until the rest of the term.

October 2015 - present

Following the 22nd General Election in October 2015, Andy98 replaced Kittiara as Leader of the Green Party. Due to a poor voting percentage, he lost his seat in By-Election VIII in July 2016. This marked a period of almost no activity from the party. In October of the same year, Andy98 stepped down as Leader and was replaced by Kyx. Andy98 then assumed the role of Deputy Leader. However, after the party had forgotten to submit a manifesto for the 24th General Election, Andy98 returned to the leadership position once more. A few weeks later, he tried to negotiate a merger between his party and the Liberal Party but it fell through. For the rest of the term, Andy98 became almost completely inactive and so did his party. Indeed, a survey conducted by PetrosAC found that the majority of MHoC members believed that Andy98 would be the next party leader to resign.