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Deputy Prime Minister of the Ashukov Federation
|Deputy Prime Minister of the Ashukov Federation
|Residence||No official residence|
|Term length||At the President's pleasure|
|Inaugural holder||Harry Fitzpatrick|
|Formation||25 May 2013|
|Abolished||29 January 2017|
|Republic of Ashukovo|
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The Deputy Prime Minister of the Ashukov Federation was the deputy head of government of the Ashukov Federation. He was appointed by the President and presided over the Council of Ministers and the Federal Assembly in the event of the Prime Ministers resignation, incapacity, or death. The office was abolished on January 29, 2017 after the office of Vice-President came to replace that of the Prime Minister.
Timeline of Deputy Prime Ministers
|Picture||Name||Party||Term start||Term end||Notes|
|Harry Fitzpatrick||Labour Party of Ashukovo||25 May 2013||14 June 2013||His term was made invalid when his Federal Assembly seat was given to Kaushik Legata.|
|Edward Jacobs||Orthodox Party of Ashukovo||14 June 2013||22 June 2013||Resigned.|
Office vacant 23 June 2013
|Sebastian Schriber||Green Party of Ashukovo||24 June 2013||1 July 2013||Replaced by the Jacobs Cabinet|
|Nathan Ford||Orthodox Party of Ashukovo||1 July 2013||25 September 2013|
|Richard Cunningham||Labour Party of Ashukovo||25 September 2013||13 November 2013||Resigned.|
|Jacob Huff||Orthodox Party of Ashukovo||14 November 2013||25 January 2014|
|Edward Jacobs||Orthodox Party of Ashukovo||25 January 2014||18 May 2014||Second term as Deputy Prime Minister. Previously served as President.|
|Sebastian Schriber||Orthodox Party of Ashukovo||18 May 2014||19 August 2014||Resigned; became Minister of Defense.|
|Edward Jacobs||Orthodox Party of Ashukovo||19 August 2014||10 October 2014||Assumed office after retiring as Minister of Defense.|
Office vacant 11 October 2014 - 29 January 2017; Office abolished afterwards.