Burgardt-Morris ministry

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Burgardt-Morris ministry
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Date formed1 July 2022 (2022-07-01)
Date dissolved6 November 2022 (2022-11-06)
People and organisations
Prime MinisterSir Charles Burgardt
Member partiesLiberal
Communist for 10 days
Status in legislatureMajority
Opposition cabinetDoig shadow cabinet
Opposition partyConservative Party
Opposition leaderSir Oliver Doig
PredecessorParker ministry
SuccessorBurgardt ministry

Sir Charles Burgardt and the Viscount of Englewood formed the Burgardt-Morris ministry on 1 July 2022, after being invited by King John to form the sixth government. The ministry is a coalition government between the Liberal Party, the Libertarian Party, and for a 10-day period in September, the Communist Party as well. It is the eigth ministry after the appointing of Sir John Timpson as the 1st Prime Minister. On 6 November 2022, the Libertarian Party joined the Liberal Party, and the coalition was dissolved. This, however, kept the Liberal Party in a majority, thus retaining command of Commons.

Members of Cabinet

Burgardt-Morris Cabinet
Portfolio Minister Term
Cabinet ministers
Prime Minister and Lord High Treasurer Cdre The Rt Hon Sir Charles Burgardt KG KBE OKB MP HRN 2022–present
Secretary of State for Communications
Deputy Prime Minister RAdm HE the Rt Hon Lord Englewood CBE OKB BTA CStG MStC HRN 2022–present
Secretary of State for Justice
Secretary of State for Defence WO HG Duke of Northumbria OBE KStC HRN 2022–present
Secretary of State for Routes The Hon Manggala Alif Prasetia MP 2022–present
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs The Hon Ian Douglas Smith II MP 2022–present
Secretary of State for the Economy Col The Hon Ava Calero MP 2022–present
Secretary of State for the Interior The Hon Matthew Hughes MP 2022–present