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| Ernesto DaVilha
 
| October 18, 2012
 
| January 1, [[2013]]
 
 
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| Vinter Jens
 
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| January 1, [[2013]]
 
 
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|Education and Welfare
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|Ernesto DaVilha
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|Elianna Muumsen
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Revision as of 01:48, 19 December 2017

Bleuberrie I Cabinet
1st ministry of Sabia and Verona
NBleuberrie.jpg
Date formed 18 October 2012
Date dissolved 1 January 2013
People and organizations
Head of government Napoléon Bleuberrie
Head of state King Ciprian
Member party Socialist Party
Status in legislature Majority
Opposition party Unity Party
History
Election(s) None
Previous None
Successor Kóvérsz
"Bleuberrie Cabinet" redirects here. For the ministry in office between June and October 2013, see Bleuberrie II Cabinet.

Napoléon Bleuberrie, who formed the Bleuberrie I Cabinet, was Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona between 18 October 2012 to 1 January 2013. He was the first Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona and was not elected through universal suffrage, but was instead appointed by the Courts of Sabia and Verona to serve the first six-month term. It was succeeded by the Kóvérsz Cabinet, led by Osez Kóvérsz. During Bleuberrie's term, the Cabinet (at the moment officially known in Sabia and Verona as the People's Cabinet) was composed entirely of Socialist Party members. Bleuberrie would be elected as Prime Minister in the May 2013 general election and form the Bleuberrie II Cabinet.

It holds the record for the shortest-serving cabinet in the Kingdom's history at 2 months and 13 days. Although technically the 2nd Bleuberrie cabinet served de facto for only a month and 25 days between 1 June and 25 July 2013, nominally it continued to serve under the interim leadership of Rubén D. Hernández until 1 October following Bleuberrie's failed self-coup attempt.

Composition

Portfolio Minister Assumed office Left office Party
Prime Minister Napoléon Bleuberrie 18 October 2012 1 January 2013 Socialist
Party
Regional Identity Léon Galieri 18 October 2012 1 January 2013
Education and Welfare Ernesto DaVilha 18 October 2012 1 January 2013
Home and Demographics Vinter Jens 18 October 2012 1 January 2013
Health and Environment Snø Jens 18 October 2012 1 January 2013
Economy and Local Affairs Elianna Muumsen 18 October 2012 1 November 2012
Étienne Boulin 1 November 2012 1 June 2013