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The '''Jacobs Cabinet II''' is the current acting [[Council_of_Ministers_(Ashukovo)|Council of Ministers of the Ashukov Federation]]. Appointed by President Edward Jacobs on 31 January 2017, the Jacobs Cabinet II came to replace the inactive Kosnickij Cabinet.  
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The '''Jacobs Cabinet II''' is the eighth [[Council of Ministers (Ashukovo)|Council of Ministers of the Ashukov Federation]]. It was apppointed on January 31, 2017 by President Edward Jacobs, who acted as a temporary Head of State and Head of Government for the transition period. The Jacobs Cabinet II was the first active and functioning cabinet of Ashukovo in over two years. It was disbanded on June 25, 2017 and replaced by the [[Huff Cabinet]].
  
 
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==Members==
==Current Cabinet==
 
 
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{| class=wikitable
 
! rowspan=5 | Party key
 
! rowspan=5 | Party key
 
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| style="background-color:{{NLP Color}}" |
| [[Orthodox_Party_of_Ashukovo|Orthodox Party]]
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| [[National Liberty Party (Ashukovo)|National Liberty Party]]
 
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| style="background-color:darkred" |
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| style="background-color:#FFDD55" |
| [[Conservative Party]]
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| [[Conservative Party (Ashukovo)|Conservative Party]]
 
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! Political affiliation
 
! Political affiliation
 
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| [[President of the Ashukov Federation|President]] ''(acting head of government)''
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| [[President of the Ashukov Federation|President]]  
 
| [[Edward Jacobs]]
 
| [[Edward Jacobs]]
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| style="background-color:{{NLP Color}}" |
| [[Orthodox Party of Ashukovo|OP]]
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| [[National Liberty Party (Ashukovo)|NLP]]
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! colspan="4"| Ministers
 
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| Minister of Federal Affairs
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| [[Ministry of Federal Affairs|Minister of Federal Affairs]]
| [[Jacob Huff]]
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| [[Jacob Huff]] ''(until May 6)''<br>[[Sebastian Schriber]] ''(from May 7)''<br>''Vacant'' ''(from May 20)''
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| style="background-color:{{NLP Color}}" |
| [[Orthodox Party of Ashukovo|OP]]
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| [[National Liberty Party (Ashukovo)|NLP]]
  
 
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| Minister of Foreign Affairs
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| [[Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ashukovo)|Minister of Foreign Affairs]]
| [[Manolis Tsompanoglou]]
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| [[Emmanouil Tsompanoglou|Emmanuel Afentoulis]]
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| style="background-color:#FFDD55" |
| [[CP]]
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| [[Conservative Party (Ashukovo)|CP]]
  
 
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| Minister of Culture
 
| Minister of Culture
| [[Manolis Tsompanoglou]]
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| [[Emmanouil Tsompanoglou|Manolis Afentoulis]]
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| style="background-color:#FFDD55" |
| [[CP]]
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| [[Conservative Party (Ashukovo)|CP]]
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! colspan="4"| Offices with the status of Minister
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| Economic and Military Advisor
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| [[Sebastian Schriber]] ''(from March 27)''
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| [[National Liberty Party (Ashukovo)|NLP]]
 
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Latest revision as of 17:50, 27 November 2019

The Jacobs Cabinet II is the eighth Council of Ministers of the Ashukov Federation. It was apppointed on January 31, 2017 by President Edward Jacobs, who acted as a temporary Head of State and Head of Government for the transition period. The Jacobs Cabinet II was the first active and functioning cabinet of Ashukovo in over two years. It was disbanded on June 25, 2017 and replaced by the Huff Cabinet.

Members

Party key
National Liberty Party
Conservative Party
Office Name Political affiliation
President Edward Jacobs NLP
Ministers
Minister of Federal Affairs Jacob Huff (until May 6)
Sebastian Schriber (from May 7)
Vacant (from May 20)
NLP
Minister of Foreign Affairs Emmanuel Afentoulis CP
Minister of Culture Manolis Afentoulis CP
Offices with the status of Minister
Economic and Military Advisor Sebastian Schriber (from March 27) NLP