Secretary-General (Austenasia)

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Secretary-General's Office
HIM Emperor Jonathan I

since 4 March 2015
Secretary-General's Office
AppointerThe Monarch

The Secretary-General of Austenasia is the member of Cabinet to whom is delegated responsibility for various duties concerning the administration of the government of the Empire of Austenasia. The main jobs of the Secretary-General are to keep records of Parliament meetings, ensure that the Line of Succession to the Throne is kept updated, acquire Honorary Subjects for the Empire, form contingency plans for various possible emergencies, register marriages, and organise the counting of votes for General Elections. The incumbent, since 5 March 2015, has been Emperor Jonathan I.

List of Secretaries-General

Number Picture Name Political views Took office Left office Notes
1 100px HIH Crown Prince Jonathan Monarchist 12 Nov 2008 24 Dec 2011 Founder of Austenasia and sole member of Cabinet. Re-elected as Secretary-General by Cabinet on 1 January 2009, 1 January 2010 and 1 January 2011, and confirmed as Secretary-General by the Monarch on 21 September 2011. Lost office after failing to be re-elected as Representative of Wrythe.
2 PrincessCaroline2012.jpg HIH Crown Princess Caroline Social liberal 24 Dec 2011 19 Nov 2013 Appointed to position of Secretary-General by the Monarch.
3 ICJA.jpg HIM Emperor Jonathan I Romanitist monarchist 19 Nov 2013 17 Oct 2014 Appointed himself Secretary-General after being re-elected Representative of Wrythe.
4 100px Lord Charles C., Duke of Grantabridge Conservative environmentalist 17 Oct 2014 5 Mar 2015 Appointed to position of Secretary-General by the Monarch.
5 ICJA.jpg HIM Emperor Jonathan I Romanitist monarchist 5 Mar 2015 Incumbent Appointed himself Secretary-General in a Cabinet re-shuffle after the 2015 general election.