Cabinet of Indokistan

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Cabinet of Indokistan (Indonesian: Kabinet Indokistan) formed the government of Indokistan during the First Republic and Second Republic era from November 2010 until early 2012, alongside the President of Indokistan. The cabinet was led by the Prime Minister who was the head of Government.

Throughout the political history of Indokistan, there were three cabinets formed in 2010 until 2012, all headed by Prime Minister Nabil Ihsan that served the country for two terms. The last functioning cabinet that was formed in September 2011 was disbanded by Nabil as he took over the country and declared the establishment of Emergency Government of Indokistan in August 2012. Successive governments afterwards did not install any cabinet, as the country were operated with a very small group of citizens that made an establishment of a cabinet unrealistic. The Federal State authority further declared in July 2013 that a cabinet would not be formed by the executive President, as responsibilities of a cabinet were redirected to the supreme National Forum of Indokistan instead, effectively ended any possibility for new cabinet to be formed in Indokistan until its dissolution in 2016.

History

The first cabinet was established in November 2010, 3 months after the Indokistani establishment, under the leadership of Prime Minister Nabil Ihsan. The cabinet was composed of 11 ministers. Despite being interrupted by the Communist authority from December 2010 until January 2011, the cabinet served the country until April 2011.

As Nameless Incident occurred in April 2011 led into departure of four woman Indokistani ministers, a new cabinet was declared by Nabil to adjust the new situation. The April cabinet was considered a new cabinet despite only minor changes occurred from the November cabinet, as ministries unaffected by the departing ministers were left untouched. The April cabinet served the country until September 2011.

After the victory of Dicky L. K. in 2011 presidential election and his subsequent decision to reappoint Nabil as the head of government, Nabil declared formation of his first cabinet on his second term and called the new cabinet as the September cabinet. The cabinet served the country until early 2012, when members of the cabinet began to be inactive and later deserted their post unwilling to continue their duty especially after the Resignation of Dicky L. K. in February 2012 that saw Nabil ascended the position of acting president. The increasingly inactive cabinet were one of the justification taken by Nabil to declare the establishment Emergency Government in August 2012, effectively disbanded the cabinet.

After successive governments following the end of the Emergency Government did not establish any cabinet, the new Federal State authority in 2013 consented to an arrangement of a small government where a cabinet would not be formed by the executive president. The affairs normally handled by a cabinet were redirected to the supreme National Forum, with cabinet meetings would be replaced by Forum sessions. The arrangement was made to enable Forum members to collaborate and took role in all affairs affecting the country from the very first step instead of merely waiting a decision of any minister before scrutinising the proposal.

Despite the authority did not establish a cabinet, the last arrangement of a council of minister proposed by Chancellor Nabil Ihsan - again took the head of government role in the Third Republic era - was a precursor of a small government paradigma that the authority began to embrace. The proposed cabinet would be headed by a Chancellor and composed of ministry of home affairs (would be presided over by a Chancellor), ministry of foreign affairs, ministry of economy and finance, ministry of defence and law, and ministry of society and tourism.

Historical council of ministers

November Cabinet

The cabinet was formed in November 2010, two months after the establishment of Indokistan, and run until April 2011 (with an interruption between December until January 2011 by Communist government). Led by Nabil Ihsan that was accompanied by his deputy, the cabinet consists of 13 ministerial and mayoral offices. Several ministers of this cabinet were the only political post in Indokistan to be occupied by women.

Office Name Party
Prime Minister Nabil Ihsan National
Deputy Prime Minister Rifell N Communist
Secretary of State Nabil Ihsan National
Minister of Defence Badra Shidqi Islamic
Minister of Law and Human Rights
Minister of Social and Cultural Affairs Rima S Independent
Minister of Education Rifell N Communist
Minister of Religious Affairs Badra Shidqi Islamic
Minister of National Development Rizky Aulia National
Minister of Research and Technology Yolanda R Independent
Minister of Environment Hilmy A Islamic
State Treasurer Audry A Independent
Minister of Trade Hilmy A Islamic
Minister of Transportation Yolanda R Independent
Minister of Industry Rizky Aulia Communist
Governor of Jumstraad, Flastraad, and Trastraad Saifi I National

April Cabinet

Nameless Incident in April 2011 forcing Prime Minister Nabil Ihsan to replace ministers that had departed from the country with the new one. As a result, a new cabinet was formed, with 11 ministerial and 2 mayoral positions. Despite only replacing new ministers, it was treated as a different cabinet. On this cabinet, the mayoral position was divided between Ali Akbar and Saifi I, and the abandoned position of state treasurer was not replaced. This cabinet ended their duty on September 2011, when Nabil Ihsan ascended his second term as prime minister.

Office Name Party
Prime Minister Nabil Ihsan National
Secretary of State
Minister of Defence Badra Shidqi Islamic
Minister of Law and Human Rights
Minister of Social and Cultural Affairs Lukman H Islamic
Minister of Education Rifell N Communist
Minister of Religious Affairs Badra Shidqi Islamic
Minister of National Development Rizky Aulia National
Minister of Research and Technology Adam R Independent
Minister of Environment Hilmy A Islamic
Minister of Trade
Minister of Industry Rizky Aulia Communist
Mayor of Jumstraad Ali Akbar National
Mayor of Flastraad and Trastraad Saifi I.D.S National

September Cabinet

Nabil Ihsan composed this cabinet after being appointed by Dicky L. K. that was victorious in 2011 election. The cabinet consists of 10 ministerial, 4 mayoral, and 2 institutional positions. There are several new, merged, or renamed departments, which caused all ministries to hold at least two affairs. This cabinet experienced its only reshuffle in October 2011.

In January 2012, this cabinet had failed to run their task, with even several ministers refuse to obey the command to do their task. This worsened in the next month, especially after the resignation of Dicky L. K. from his position when all ministries suddenly go dead. The cabinet failure became one of the main cause on the establishment of Emergency Government of Indokistan.

Office Name Party
Prime Minister, then Acting President Nabil Ihsan United Peoples'
Ministry of Home and Foreign Affairs
Minister of Law and Defence Vito P Independent
Minister of Social, Cultural, and Tourism Affairs Ali Akbar (until October 2011) United Peoples'
Rafli P (from October 2011) Independent
Minister of Education and Sports Esza Z United Peoples'
Minister of Economy and Industry Rifell N United Peoples'
Minister of Research and Technology Adam R Independent
Minister of National Development and Environment Rafi I (until October 2011) Independent
Helmi Dwi (from October 2011) Independent
Minister of Information and Post Saifi I United Peoples'
Minister of Roads and Transportation Rizky Aulia United Peoples'
Minister of Overseas Territories Tian Abdurrahman Independent
Mayor of Jumstraad Badra Shidqi Independent
Mayor of Flastraad Sunny Nizar Independent
Mayor of Trastraad Davi Dwiki Independent
Governor of Solovyovagrad Ali Akbar United People's
Chairman of ITDC Dicky L. K. Independent
Chairman of National Electoral Board Ali Akbar United People's