Minister (PrSR)

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Minister
of the PrSR
Style Mister or Mistress
Formation Constitution of the People's reformed States Republic, Article II

A Minister of the People's reformed States Republic is the head of a People's reformed Ministry and advisor to the Premier and the Chancellor on his or her ministry's subject. A Minister generally can be considered a head of state of his or her section of government.

Appointment

A Minister is elected to a four month term and can be reelected to two consecutive terms before he or she must take at least a one term break. There is no cap on the number of terms that may be served. A Minister is elected three times a year, in September, January and May of every year. In the case of the loss of a Minister, the position is filled by an appointed person subject to the decision of the Premier.


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People's reformed States Republic
Generic PrSR Articles

James WilaryPeople's reformed Party

Government of the PrSR

ChancellorPremierMinistersA1ismCommunismSocialism

People's reformed Ministries

People's reformed Ministry of Foreign AffairsPeople's reformed Ministry of Internal Affairs • People's reformed Ministry of Monetary Affairs • People's reformed Ministry of Intelligence • People's reformed Ministry of Science • People's reformed Ministry of Commerce • People's reformed Ministry of Communications • People's reformed Ministry of Transportation • People's reformed Ministry of the People • People's reformed Ministry of Government Services • People's reformed Ministry of Defence

Administrative Divisions of the PrSR

Georgetown People's reformed Government District • People's reformed Territory of the Greater Joinville Islands GroupPeople's reformed Territory of Inyo • People's reformed State of Santa Clara