First Jacobs Cabinet (Roscamistan)

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First Jacobs Cabinet

1st Cabinet of  Roscamistan
Date formed18 February 2021
Date dissolved18 May 2021 (89 days)
People and organisations
PresidentThomas Jacobs
Vice PresidentConnor Barrows
No. of ministers7
Ministers removed0
Total no. of members7
Member party
Status in legislatureMajority
Legislature term(s)1st and 2nd Provisional Legislative Council
PredecessorState established

The First Jacobs Cabinet was the first and inaugural cabinet of the Roscami Federation, and was in power from 18 February 2021 to 18 May 2021, and was also the first cabinet of Thomas Jacobs who served as head of state and government as the President of Roscamistan.

It was originally comprised of only Thomas Jacobs and Connor Barrows, who served as President and Foreign Secretary, and Vice President and Culture Minister respectively. It grew over time after Thomas Jacobs, Connor Barrows, and the rest of his and Barrows’s friends returned to their respective schools after a third COVID-19 lockdown. Anthony Hanlon, Dean Merritt, Kayden Conboy, Evan McDonagh, David Moore and Fearghas MacLochlainn would later join the Cabinet and the Government, with Hanlon later becoming Prime Minister of the Province of Mervustan. The Cabinet collapsed during the 17thMayCoup, and was officially dissolved on 18 May 2021, and succeeded by the Hanlon Cabinet.

Cabinet composition

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
All important policy issues and all other portfolios not allocated to any minister.
18 February 202118 May 2021 Roscamistan Freedom Party
Vice President18 February 202118 May 2021 Independent
Minister of Foreign Affairs18 February 202116 August 2021 Roscamistan Freedom Party
Minister of DefenceApril 202123 June 2021 Independent
Minister for Internet AffairsApril 202114 February 2022 Independent
Chancellor of Galway CityApril 202123 June 2021 Independent
Chief Advisor (given Cabinet access)April 2021present Independent
Minister of State for Defence (given Cabinet access)April 202123 June 2021 Independent