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|rowspan="1" align="center"|[[Party of Industrialists and Peasants (Occitania)|PIP]]
|rowspan="1" align="center"|[[Party of Industrialists and Peasants (Occitania)|PIP]]
|[[Leader of the Opposition]]
|[[Leader of the Opposition (Occitania)|Leader of the Opposition]]
|'''[[Jorge de Antillón]]'''
|'''[[Jorge de Antillón]]'''
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|24 May 2017

Revision as of 16:55, 13 June 2017

Government Chkaya II
2nd ministry of Occitania
Date formed 24 May 2017
People and organizations
Head of government Babou Chkaya
No. of ministers 6
Member party Esquerra! - PIP - PCNG
Status in legislature Majority
Opposition party Pablistas Union
Election(s) May 2017
Legislature term(s) 22 November 2017
Previous Chkaya I
Successor Chkaya II

Babou Chkaya, who formed the first occitanian government has been Occitania since 22 November 2016 after being elected by the Soviet Suprême.


The Government of the Popular Union of Occitania is governed by the president of the union who was elected by the Soviet Suprême. It chooses all the ministers and creates the governmental agencies. The only minister he does not appoint is the minister in charge of the Catalan minority who is traditionally the president of the Republic of Three Flowers.

# Portait Name Party
4 Bcop.png Babou Chkaya Esquerra!


Ministers are appointed by the Prime Minister after approval of the sovereign. They are collectively responsible to the Sovereign and the Senate. After the constitutional reform of 1 April 2014, no number of minister in the Constitution allowing the prime minister to choose the number of person he wants.

Portfolio Name Assumed
Ministry of Agriculture Babou Chkaya 24 May 2017 Incumbent   Esquerra!
Minister of Education and Science Tomas Bieliauskas 24 May 2017 Incumbent Esquerra!
Minister of International negotiations Vergadering 24 May 2017 Incumbent Esquerra!
Minister of the Catalan minority Vicent Branchadell 24 May 2017 Incumbent Independent
Minister of Medias and Telecommunications Juan Cisneros 24 May 2017 Incumbent PIP
Leader of the Opposition Jorge de Antillón 24 May 2017 Incumbent PU