Yudrish Sedran
Yudrish Sedran
Biographical Information
Died19 BBY, Coruscant
Physical Description
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorBlue
Skin colorTan
Chronological and Political Information
EraRise of the Empire era
  • Old Galactic Republic
  • Old Republic Senate
  • Delegation of 2000
  • Yudrish Sedran was a female Chalactan Senator who represented Chalacta in the Galactic Senate of the Republic during the Separatist Crisis. After consulting the Temple of Illumination in 22 BBY, she adopted an anti-Military Creation Act stance.


    Born from the world of Chalacta, Yudrish was interested in politics and would grow up to be a Senator. During the Separatist Crisis, Yudrish represented her world in the Old Republic Senate. In 22 BBY, the official Military Creation Act was proposed in response to the Separatist threat, allowing for the creation of an Army of the Republic to counter Separatist threats. When Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine announced, in an address on the HoloNet, a vote date for the Act: 5:16. This gap would give time for Senators to return to Coruscant, as well as poll their constituencies. While Senator Padmé Amidala continued her efforts against the Act in the Chommell Sector, Yudrish Sedran came out against it as well after consulting with the Chalactan Temple of Illumination, a decision that was supported by Chalactan Jedi Depa Billaba and Sar Labooda.

    In 19 BBY, Yudrish Sedran grew concerned about Chancellor Palpatine's continued usage of emergency powers even as the Clone Wars were nearing their end—especially the formation of the new office of moff. She would go on to join the Delegation of 2000 along with 2000 individuals that were senators and politicians. She and many of the Delegates rightly feared for the future of democracy in the Republic and protested against Palpatine's actions. After Palpatine reformed the Republic into the first Galactic Empire, Yudrish was among the delegates that were arrested by the new Imperial Intelligence and was executed as a warning sign from the new Emperor.