First Hawkins Ministry

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First Hawkins Ministry
19th ministry of Abelden
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Date formed 18 November 2016
Date dissolved 1 January 2017
People and organizations
Head of government Grant Hawkins
Head of state Stephen I & II
No. of ministers 6
Member party Conservative
Independence
Status in legislature Majority
Opposition party Democratic-Liberty
Opposition leader Patrick Renwick, Marquis of Bessatre
History
Election(s) N/A
Legislature term(s) 4th Parliament
Previous Hardy
Successor Hawkins II

Grant Hawkins, who formed the First Hawkins Ministry has been Vorsitzender since 18 November 2016 after being appointed by the Emperor Stephen. The ministry is officially known as the His Imperial and Royal Exalted Majesty's 19th ministry. The cabinet is made up of 10 members, 6 of which are ministers and 4 of which hold positions only. The Conservative Party formed a coalition government with the Independence Party.

It was preceded by the Second Hardy Ministry, formed by the 14th Vorsitzender, Emiel Hardy, and succeeded by the Second Hawkins Ministry, formed by Hawkins himself.

Composition

Ministry Minister Assumed
office
Left
office
Party
4th Reichsversammlung
Vorsitzender    Grant Hawkins 18 November
2016
1 January
2017
Conservative
Stellvertreter des Vorsitzender Isaac Reuel 14 October
2016
1 January
2017
Conservative
Chancellor of the Treasury John Gordon 18 November
2016
1 January
2017
Conservative
Minister of Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Nuri van Dijk 14 October
2016
1 January
2017
Conservative
Minister of Defence Lucas Campos 18 November
2016
1 January
2017
Independence
Minister of Ethnical Affairs Richard Hytholoday 14 October
2016
1 January
2017
Independence
Minister of Media and Public Affairs HI&REM the Emperor 17 July
2015
1 January
2017
Conservative
Minister of Education Michael Thomas Brazeau 18 November
2016
1 January
2017
Conservative
Attorney General Horatio Eden 14 October
2016
1 January
2017
Conservative
Generalmememarschall Michael Onff 11 April
2016
1 January
2017
Conservative