List of heads of government of Sabia and Verona

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The following is a list of heads of government of Sabia and Verona. There have been fourteen people who have served as heads of the Sabioveronese government, of which four have been humans and ten have been plush toys. For its entire existence, Sabia and Verona has been under a parliamentary system in which the head of government has a considerable degree of influence and power over the head of state, who has been, since Sabia and Verona's establishment in 2012, a monarch.

From the Kingdom's foundation up until 2015, when the second constitution of the Kingdom was adopted, the position of head of government of Sabia and Verona pertained to two separate offices: the Governor and the Prime Minister. The Governor, originally appointed by the Monarch, was intended to be the leader of the human population of the Kingdom, while the Prime Minister was the intended leader of the stuffed toy population. This was espoused by the first constitution, adopted after the creation of the Federation in 2014.

The office of Governor was disestablished in 2015, when the political "segregation" of human and stuffed toy citizens of the Kingdom ended.

List of Prime Ministers (2012—present)

The Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona (in Sabian Kuragikurág, [kurɑɡikuˈrɑɡː]; lit. "Chief of Government") has been the sole head of government of Sabia and Verona since 2015, and was co-head of government with the Governor before that. The Prime Minister is in charge of the PM's Ofice within the Government. The role of the Prime Minister has varied greatly since its creation. Each of the three constitutions of the Kingdom has redefined the position. The latest constitution, adopted in 2017, defined the PM (officially referred to as the Chief of Government in the constitution) as the leader of the Government, resposible for the application of laws. Formerly, the Chief of Government would also serve as speaker in the Parliament.

The Prime Ministers who served under the 2012 and 2014 constitutions, which divided the position of head of government into the PM and the Governor, were in fact co-heads of government. The first de facto PM was Pomme-Gabrielle Gauvier, the first de jure PM was Napoléon Bleuberrie of the Socialist Party, and the first PM elected in popular elections was Osez Kóvérsz of the Unity Party. The last PM to serve as co-head of government with a Governor was Bertrand Rivière of the Unity Party, first with Tarik Kârjasary and then with Saria Josephine as Governors.


[N 1]
Portrait Name
Constituency
Term of office

Election
Political party Government
(Parties)
Monarch
(Reign)
Ref
Took office Left office Days
1 BleuberrieJun2013.jpg     Napoléon H.
Bleuberrie

MC for
Salisse
18 October
2012
1 January
2013
73 Socialist Bleuberrie I
CM
Ciprian
Ciprian of Jucărești
(2012—2014)
[1]
N/A
First Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona. Not elected through universal suffrage, but instead appointed by the Legislative Courts. Attempted to make Sabia and Verona a socialist state, independent from Juclandia and its monarchy. Adopted Korean as the official state language and socialist values now commonly summed up as Bleuberrism.
2 Okoversz.png Osez
Kóvérsz

MC for
Caenia
1 January
2013
1 June
2013
151 Unity Kóvérsz
CCMFSF
[2]
2012
First democratically elected Prime Minister. Reversed Bleuberrie's socialist policies and established a free multi-party government. Put neoliberal economic policies in place, initially repressed the opposition. Modernized Sabia and Verona, built independent institutions. Established the first Constitution.
(1) BleuberrieJun2013.jpg Napoléon H.
Bleuberrie

MC for
Salisse
1 June
2013
25 July
2013
54 Socialist Bleuberrie II
CMCAMD
[3]
2013 I
Returned to office after leading the Socialists to a plurality in the May 2013 election. Though initially followed constitutional procedures and respected the Sabioveronese democracy, Bleuberrie's second term lasted only two months before he commanded a short-lived self-coup in an attempt to depose the monarchy and establish a socialist state.
RHernandez.jpg Rubén D.
Hernández

Caretaker government
25 July
2013
1 October
2013
68 Military Bleuberrie II [4]
N/A
Air Force general who assumed control of the Kingdom following Bleuberrie's arrest on 25 July 2013. Politically independent though close to Ann Stefanović's political circle, he became her Minister for Defence during her premiership.
4 AnnStefanovic.jpg Anna E.
Stefanović

MC for
Caenia
1 October
2013
1 April
2014
182 Initiative Stefanović
DAM
[5]
2013 II Isadora
Isadora of Annenak
(2014—2015)
First elected Prime Minister not to belong to either the Socialist Party or the Unity Party. Swiftly transitioned Sabia and Verona into a period of stability and peace, adopting economically conservative policies while upholding Bleuberrie's socially progressive traditions. Oversaw the transition of the Crown from King Ciprian to Queen Isadora and the establishment of the FUJL.
5 LeonGalieri.jpg Léon S.
Galieri

MC for
Salisse
1 April
2014
1 October
2014
183 Left Galieri
RA
[6]
2014 I
Continued Stefanović's peaceful period. Continued his predecessor's socially progressive attitudes. First Prime Minister to be elected with the system established by the 2014 constitution, established previously after the accession to the throne of Queen Isadora. Sabia and Verona became submerged into an inactive period towards the end of his tenure.
6 BRiviere.jpg Bertrand G.
Rivière

MC for
Caenia
1 October
2014
25 August
2015
329 Unity Rivière
CD
[7]
2014 II
Began his tenure by adopting a great number of reforms known as the Aishaierovê reforms. A firm social conservative, adopted laws benefitting the Sabian language and culture and demoting the Lycene and Pashqari communities of Sabia and Verona. Changed the length of term of the Prime Minister to one year. Upon the failure of his policies, he dissolved the Courts and the office of Governor. Oversaw the Congress of Salisse and the Haronos Plan. Tarik
Tarik of Kârjasary
(2015—present)
(5) LeonGalieri.jpg Leon S.
Jens-Galieri

Caretaker government
25 August
2015
1 October
2015
36 Left Rivière [8]
N/A
Became acting Prime Minister after the adoption of the 2015 constitution and the execution of the Haronos Plan. Chosen among the participants of Haronos as the most fit since he already counted with a spotless record and experience on the position. Led the Kingdom through the foundation of Alios, the establishment of the Kingdom's modern state and its current constitution.
7 SVirny.jpg Shounn V.
Virny

MP for
Kotavari
1 October
2015
22 May
2017
599 Guild Virny I
N
[8]
[9]
[10]
2015, 2016 Virny II
NR
Leader of the newly founded National Artists' Guild. Led the NNS to a supermajority in the 2015 parliamentary election. First Prime Minister elected under the system adopted by the 2015 constitution. Founded the Dogashebanke and oversaw the introduction of the groxi. Oversaw the implementation of the Alios Agreement. Became longest-serving Prime Minister on 25 August 2016, and first Prime Minister to form two consecutive governments following the formation of the Virny II Cabinet after the 2016 election. Failed to gain support for the "no" at the 2017 constitutional referendum.
8 Noa Dargany bw.jpg Noa J.
Dargany

MP for
Alios
22 May
2017
present 92 Liberal Dargany [11]
2017
Became Prime Minister when her party's leader, Andrew Blackhorse, decided to step down from his position after securing a safe plurality in the 2017 general election. Formed a minority government. First PM elected under the 2017 constitution and second female PM.

Timeline

Prime Ministers of Sabia and Verona

List of Governors (2012—2015)

Seal of the Sabioveronese Governor.

The Governor of Sabia and Verona (Middle Sabian: Xâremêkourak) was the head of the human population of Sabia and Verona from the foundation of the Kingdom in 2012 to the abolition of the post in 2015. It was appointed by the Sabioveronese Monarch once every year (originally every six months), and a total of four people held the office. The Governor was co-head of government with the Prime Minister.

The Governor had relatively limited power in Sabioveronese politics, and served to lead the human poplation of Sabia and Verona within the Kingdom of Juclandia at first, and then the Federal Union of Juclandian Lands (FUJL). The Governor was the speaker of the upper house of the Legislative Courts, first the Senate and then the Gentáriven, and was the Federal Chief Justice of the Kingdom. The Monarch of Sabia and Verona chose the Governor on the recomendation of either the Legislative Courts or the last Governor to hold office. The incumbent took part in negotiations on policies and decisions affecting the Federal Citizenry (including negotiations with the Sabioveronese Courts and the Federal Council of the FUJL).

The office of "Governor" existed from the annexation of Sabia and Verona as an overseas territory to the Kingdom of Juclandia to the dissolution of the office in 2015. Following the Juclandian law, Sabia and Verona adopted the political offices of Governor and Prime Minister. The Governor of Sabia and Verona was the only office of Sabia and Verona that required the incumbent to be human. The first person to hold office was Tarik Kârjasary. During the first two months of existence Sabia and Verona, every meeting of the Legislative Courts was preceeded by the Sabioveronese governor. Kârjasary was originally associated to the Socialist Party (which was then still known as the Sahoedang), but the reforms of the Karasal Treaty made association with political parties impossible for the Sabioveronese governor. On April 20, 2013, Kârjasary's term ended. Isadora Annenak took the office, being appointed by King Ciprian. Kârjasary later succeeded Annenak on her recommendation. When Sabia and Verona became a province of the Federation, the purpose of the Governor was changed as per the constitution; the Governor was to represent the federal citizens of Sabia and Verona under the Monarch of the nation. As well, thanks to the existence of the Sabioveronese Monarch, the Governor was now allowed to belong to a party as well. In 2015, with the adoption of a new constitution, the office of the Governor was abolished and replaced by the Monarchy.

Portrait Governor
Titles
Region Term of office Party Ministry Monarch
1 The Duke of Evra     His Grace
Tarik Kârjasary
The Duke of Evra

IOB KOF ROS
Sabia 18 October
2012
20 April
2013
Socialist 1st
(2012—13)
Ciprian
Ciprian
(2012—14)
2nd
(2013)
2 The Duchess of Zafir     Her Grace
Isadora Annenak
The Duchess of Zafir

IOB KOF ROS
Verona 20 April
2013
20 October
2013
Independent
3rd
(2013)
4th
(2013—14)
3 The Duke of Evra     His Grace
Tarik Kârjasary
The Duke of Evra

IOB KOF ROS
Sabia 20 October
2013
20 October
2014
Convergence
Isadora
Isadora
(2014—15)
5th
(2014)
6th
(2014—15)
The Marquis of Saamark     His Grace
Joseph Emmanuel
The Marquis of Saamark

IOB
Acting
Austenasia 20 October
2014
3 November
2014
Unity
4 The Countess of Airujarin     Her Grace
Saria Josephine
The Countess of Airujarin

IOB
Lycem 3 November
2014
15 August
2015
Convergence

Notes

  1. Official numbers used by the Government.

References