- This is an East Mirarian name. The native form of this personal name is Dāraś Yụrik Makum. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.
|Grand Steward of Farmosh|
|Assumed office |
3 December 2016
|Preceded by||Yetīc Cẹmwuk|
|Born||April 21, 1954|
|Political party||Milevian Liberation Front|
|Alma mater||University of Phamphar|
Yụrik Dāraś Makum (Farmoshi: dáraš jurik makym, tr. Dāraś Yụrik Makum [da:rəɕ jurik məkʉm]) is a Farmoshi politician, serving as the current Grand Steward of Farmosh since December 2016. Prior to his leadership he served as the Steward of Śarīyẹn province from 1992 to 2016.
Dāraś' rule has been controversial, in part due to an alleged increase in activity from the Darbẹñ, Farmosh's official state security service. This activity includes reported kidnappings of Pashaist rights activists in the city of Aśkal, such as Śardal Wōkuś, that are alleged to have been orchestrated by the agency.
2018 assassination attempt
During a speech given by Dāraś on live TV at the People's Palace in Balcassard two gunshots were fired from the crowd. Dāraś' was escorted from the conference hall by his bodyguards, suffering a gunshot wound on his right shoulder, while security forces evacuated the premises and detained two suspects.