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Premier of Tasmania

The Premier of Tasmania is the head of the executive government in the Australian state of Tasmania. By convention, the leader of the party or political grouping which has majority support in the House of Assembly is invited by the Governor of Tasmania to be Premier and principal adviser. Since 20 January 2020, the Premier of Tasmania has been Peter Gutwein, leader of the Liberal Party, which holds 13 of the 25 seats in the House of Assembly. Before the 1890s, there was no formal party system in Tasmania. Party labels; the current convention of appointing the Premier from the House of Assembly was not applied prior to 1920, with Premiers appointed from the Legislative Council. As of 20 January 2020, nine former premiers are alive; the most recent premier to die was Sir Angus Bethune, on 27 August 2004. The most serving premier to die was Jim Bacon, on 20 June 2004. List of premiers of Tasmania by age List of Premiers of Tasmania by time in office Leader of the Opposition Governors of Tasmania PREMIERS OF TASMANIA Parliament of Tasmania

Ron Serafini

Ronald William Serafini is a retired professional ice hockey defenseman who played only two games in the National Hockey League for the California Golden Seals and 16 games for the Cincinnati Stingers of the World Hockey Association. Serafini was born in Highland Park, but grew up in Detroit, Michigan; as a youth, he played in the 1965 and 1966 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournaments with the Detroit Roostertail minor ice hockey team. He is a realtor in Clarkston, Michigan. Biographical information and career statistics from Hockey-Reference.com, or Legends of Hockey, or The Internet Hockey Database Serafini's player profile at HockeyDraftCentral.com

Ronny Markes

Ronny Marki Sales da Silva is a Brazilian mixed martial artist competing in the Light Heavyweight division of the Professional Fighters League. A professional competitor since 2007, Markes has competed for the UFC, King of the Cage, M-1 Global, he is the current King of the Cage Super Heavyweight Champion. Markes made his professional MMA debut in 2007 at an event in Spain. Markes competed in his native Brazil, with a few early professional fights taking place in Europe, he amassed an impressive 11-1 prior to signing with Zuffa in 2011. Markes signed with the UFC as an injury replacement for Stephan Bonnar against Karlos Vemola at UFC on Versus 5 on August 14, 2011, he won the fight via unanimous decision. Markes dropped down to the Middleweight division and faced Aaron Simpson on February 15, 2012 at UFC on Fuel TV 1 After being dropped by an uppercut late in the first round Markes overcame adversity and defeated Simpson via split decision. In his third fight for the promotion, Markes faced Andrew Craig on January 19, 2013 at UFC on FX 7.

He won the fight via unanimous decision. Markes was expected to face Derek Brunson on June 8, 2013 at UFC on Fuel TV 10. However, the bout was scrapped on the day of the weigh in as Markes was involved in a minor traffic accident. While Markes was not injured, the incident prevented him from competing. For his fourth fight with the promotion, Markes faced Yoel Romero on November 6, 2013 at UFC Fight Night 31, he lost the fight via knockout in the third round. Markes faced Thiago Santos on March 23, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 38. Markes was unable to make weight for this fight, he lost the fight via TKO in the first round, was subsequently released from the promotion shortly after. On May 15, 2014 it was announced that Markes had signed a deal with World Series of Fighting and plans to return to the Light Heavyweight division. Markes was expected to face Kelvin Tiller at World Series of Fighting 12: Palomino vs Gonzalez on August 9, 2014, However Tiller was pulled from the fight to replace injured Krasimir Mladenov Markes instead fought promotional newcomer Cully Butterfield at the event.

He won the fight by unanimous decision. Markes was expected to face Thiago Silva at WSOF 19 on March 28, 2015; however Silva was pulled from the fight to face Matt Hamill at WSOF 19. Matt Hamill was replaced by Teddy Holder. Markes was scheduled to face David Branch at WSOF 20 on April 10, 2015 However, on the day of the weigh-in, Markes was forced out of the bout due to dehydration and was replaced by promotional newcomer Jesse McElligott. Markes was expected to make his Bellator MMA promotional debut against Josh Barnett on December 20, 2019 at Bellator's Salute the Troops event in Honolulu, Hawaii. However, Barnett was deemed unable to compete due to severe illness on the night of the event and the bout was cancelled. Professional MMA record for Ronny Marki Sales da Silva from Sherdog UFC profile