Jonathan Déaglán MacAlasdair (January 23, 1890 - June 23, 1993), commonly known as Jonathan D. MacAlasdair, was a Chawosaurian Statesman who served as the First Administrator of the Chawosaurian Administration in Canada, member of the Chawopolis Palace who was prominently known for his successful special counsel Investigation into the Siege of Lièvremont Manor, where it was revealed that Chawosaurian Prime Minister at the time, Jonathan Dragan Bismarck XVII, was involved in the scandal.

MacAlasdair gained even superior prominence for his orchestration of Christianization, a government-run cultural assimilative project intended (and failed so epically) to Christianize Chawosaurian Society permanently. MacAlasdair ran the project's bureaucracy as both the member of the Chawopolis Palace and Administrator of the Chawosaurian community in Canada.

Jonathan D. MacAlasdair was born in the United Kingdom, in Scotland, on January 23, 1890. Born to an American Immigrant to Scotland, Elizabeth Mary MacCarthy, and married a distant cousin, Elizabeth Victoria MacCarthy, and had four children together.

Elected in a special election, MacAlasdair became a member of the Palace, reelected in the 1909 elections, MacAlasdair was elected to the Chawopolis Palace in dissatisfaction to Garfield Lucas Webster as a Progressive. MacAlasdair was a critic of Progressivism, an Economic Liberal who supported tax cuts, deregulation, and Laissez-faire Capitalism. MacAlasdair attacked Webster as a "Socialist Fascist", throughout Webster's premiership, MacAlasdair accused Webster of Dictatorship and being unfaithful to Christianization.

In the 1905 legislative elections, before 1909, he and Selahattin Abdullah Mustafa Bedrosian both defeated Chawosaurian Prime Minister Malcolm Lyons MacKenzie Wilson's tory supermajority with 313 seats, Bedrosian gained 147 seats, but MacAlasdair, although trailing Bedrosian, gained 166 seats, a significant gain for a single-defected Palacian.

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