Deputy Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona

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Deputy Prime Minister of
Sabia and Verona
Snø Jens-Galieri

since 3 June 2019
Mr. Deputy Prime Minister
AppointerPrime Minister
Term lengthNo term limit
Elections to Parliament are held once every year.
Inaugural holderJanina Amosiry
Formation1 October 2015

The Deputy Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona (in Sabian vaokuragikurág; lit. "Vice Chief of Government") is the deputy to the Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona and the second-most senior minister in the Sabioveronese government, although this seniority does not necessarily translate into power. The office was created as a ministerial portfolio in 2015. The officeholder usually deputises for the Prime Minister at official functions, and was first described as a constitutionally-mandated office in the Constitution of 2017.

The current Deputy Prime Minister is Snø Jens-Galieri, a member of the Democratic Party. Jens-Galieri deputises for PM Apollo Cerwyn, of the same party, who leads the 12th government, confirmed by the 5th Parliament.


The role of the Chief of Government has changed over the course of Sabioveronese history. Although Sabia and Verona has always been de jure a parliamentary democracy, for a long time the Prime Minister held a more active role in the Kingdom's politics than the Prime Ministers of other parliamentary monarchies. Until 2015, the PM did not have to be a member of the legislature nor the leader of their party, and elections were held separately for the PM and for the members of the Courts. The social attitude towards the office of the head of government has also always been more reminiscent of the presidential model in place in most macronations that have had an influence on Sabia and Verona, such as the neighbouring Venezuela and Argentina.

Presently, the political power of the Prime Minister has been considerably moderated with the adoption of new constitutions, namely the 2015 and 2017 constitutions, but the general public's perception of the head of government remains similar to that of a head of state in presidential democracies. The Constitution of 2017 defines the role of the Prime Minister in title V (The Government), which encompasses articles 46 to 54.

List of office-holders

Portrait Name Additional positions Term of office Party PM
Ref. Monarch
Took office Left office
1 Janina Amosiry
MP for Poméxelos
Secretary of Diplomacy 1 October
1 October
Artist Shounn Virny
[1] Tarik
Arms of Ciprian, King of Sabia and Verona
(since 2015)
2 Apollo Cerwyn
MP for Fervy
Secretary of Diplomacy 1 October
22 May
Left Shounn Virny
3 Emmanuel Starlynn
MP for the Gonn List
Secretary of Commerce 22 May
28 May
Liberal Noa Dargany
4 Andrew Blackhorse
MP for the Alios List
Secretary of Welfare 28 May
10 October
Liberal Noa Dargany
5 Shounn Virny
MP for the Alios List
Secretary of Diplomacy 10 October
3 June
Liberal Andrew Blackhorse
6 Snø Jens-Galieri
MP for the Alios List
Secretary of Commerce 3 June
Incumbent Democrat Apollo Cerwyn
(12th, 13th)

See also