Dillon Government (Aswington)

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Dillon Government
4th ministry of Aswington
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Date formed June 25, 2020
Date dissolved April 14, 2021
People and organizations
Head of government Aydan Dillon
Head of state Juan Cisneros
Simbach A. Vazo
No. of ministers 11
Member party
Opposition party New People's Party
Opposition leader Noah Woodgeard
History
Previous Chkaya Government
Successor Koff Government

The Dillon Government was the fourth cabinet of Aswington. It was formed on June 25, 2020, three days after the dissolution of the previous government.

This cabinet was formed by the President of the Republic, being the first and only time that the head of state appoints a ministerial cabinet. A new Prime Minister was subsequently appointed, hours after the formation of the cabinet.

Background

On 22 June 2020, the then Prime Minister, Babou Chkaya, unexpectedly resigned from office, citing health problems. Following his resignation, the previous ministerial cabinet was dissolved. As a result, three days later, a new ministerial cabinet was formed by decision of the President of the Republic.

On 1 January 2021, changes were made in the ministerial cabinet. Despite the resignation of Juan Cisneros on February 20, the cabinet continued in office until April 14, when the parliament gave a vote of confidence to a new ministerial cabinet.

Changes

The Ministries of Interior, Defence, Social Development and Health were established. In turn, some ministries were eliminated and some of their functions were passed to other ministries.

Several months later, the Ministries of Education and Science and Technology were formed.

Composition

Members of the Cabinet

Portfolio Member Term
Took office Left office
Prime Minister Addison Dillon 25 June 2020
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Helge Aasmund 25 June 2020 1 January 2021
Addison Dillon 1 January 2021
Ministry of Interior Juan Cisneros 25 June 2020 1 January 2021
Addison Dillon 1 January 2021
Minstry of Education Benjamin Pickles 1 January 2021
Ministry of Science and Technology
Ministry of Social Development Helge Aasmund 25 June 2020 1 January 2021
Benjamin Pickles 1 January 2021
Ministry of Environment Logan Ross 25 June 2020
Ministry of Art, Culture and Heritage Hasan Çakar 25 June 2020 1 January 2021
Walker Schroeder 1 January 2021
Ministry of Health Hasan Çakar 25 June 2020 1 January 2021
Rory McPhail 1 January 2021
Ministry of Sports Hasan Çakar 25 June 2020 1 January 2021
Jonas Rhymer 1 January 2021
Minstry of Information Juan Cisneros 25 June 2020
Ministry of Defence

References

See also