Second Frisch Term
|Second Frisch Term|
2nd ministry of Essian Commonwealth
|Date formed||25 June 2017|
|People and organizations|
|Head of government||HG Sir James Reginald Frisch, Count of Beiwing|
|Head of state||HIllM Lord Henry|
|of ministers||10, including the Monarch and Heaminister|
|Member party||The Greens|
|Status in legislature||Majority|
|Legislature term(s)||2nd Parliassam|
James Reginald Frisch, who was appointed Heaminister of Esse on 20 March 2017, formed the Second Frisch Term following reelection in the 2017 general election. The term is officially known as the 2nd term or the 2nd ministry, as it is the second heaministerial term defined under the terms of the 2017 Essian Constitution which created the Parliassam of the Essian Commonwealth. The Term has been made up of six members and ten positions, all in the Green Party of Esse or Independent politicians, excluding the First Justice, who only attends cabinet sessions.
Planning for the second ministry began following the declaration of the June 2017 Essian general election. By election time - this being 22 June 2017, HIllM Lord Henry had privately signaled that he would not oppose a majority Green government, granted the party won the sufficient number of seats.
The results of the election led Lord Henry to declare the Greens to have won a majority in the Parliassam with six out of ten seats. With James Reginald Frisch being elected to continue serving as Heaminister, a Green government was announced on 24 June with the consent of the Monarch.
The new term took office the following day, 25 June, as the first non-coalition government in Essian history.
|Monarch||His Illustrious Majesty Henry Clément||2017 – present|
|Heaminister||His Grace Count Sir James Reginald Frisch MP||2017 – present|
|Chancellor of the Treasury||His Grace Count Patrick Renwick MP||2017 – present|
|Chief Attorney||His Excellency Earl Brandon Wu MP||2017 – present|
|Minister for Foreign Affairs
Minister for Cartography
|His Grace Marquis Newton von Uberquie MP||2017 – present|
|Minister for Culture||His Grace Marquis Stephen Freayth MP||2017 – present|
|Minister for Charities||Her Excellency Baron Artemis Langford MP||2017 – present|
|Also attending cabinet meetings|
|Chief Justice||The Honourable Earl Kit McCarthy||2017 – present|
Viceroy of Hundreds
|His Honourable Grace Baron Avro Keatings MP||2017 – present|