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5th ministry of Sabia and Verona
|Date formed||1 April 2014|
|Date dissolved||1 October 2014|
|People and organizations|
|Head of government||Léon Galieri|
|Head of state||Queen Isadora|
|Member party||Left Alliance, Convergence and Amity|
|Status in legislature||Majority (coalition)|
|Opposition party||Unity Party|
|Opposition leader||Noa Dargany|
|Legislature term(s)||5th Courts|
Léon Galieri, who formed the Galieri cabinet, was Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona for 6 months from 1 April 2014 to 1 October 2014. He was elected at the March 2014 general election, the first fully democratic election in the country following the coronation of Queen Isadora. It was preceded by the Stefanović cabinet, led by Ann Stefanović who was elected at the September 2013 election. The Galieri cabinet was the last to hold office for six months only, as the succeeding Rivière Cabinet and all following cabinets held office for a year each.
|Portfolio||Minister||Assumed office||Left office||Party|
|Premiership||Léon Galieri||1 April 2014||1 October 2014||Left Alliance|
|Culture||Andreina Rossini||1 April 2014||1 October 2014||Left Alliance|
|Education||Orion K. Bennet||1 April 2014||1 October 2014||Convergence and Amity|
|Home and Demographics||Dovedán Pashor||1 April 2014||1 October 2014||Left Alliance|
|Defense||Paula Walker||1 April 2014||1 October 2014||Left Alliance|
|Environment||Étienne Boulin||1 April 2014||1 October 2014||Convergence and Amity|
|Economy||Vinter Jens||1 April 2014||1 October 2014||Left Alliance|