Government of Sabia and Verona

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Government of Sabia and Verona
Sabian: kuragi sabiann veronati
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Established18 October 2012; 8 years ago (2012-10-18)
StateKingdom of Sabia and Verona
LeaderChief of Government (PM)
Appointed byKing of the Valtirians
Ministries10 (list)
Responsible toParliament of Sabia and Verona
HeadquartersTairagiħrét, Bartolucci 100,
Darmosari, Alios
Websitesivgov.wixsite.com/english
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The Government of Sabia and Verona (Sabian: kuragi; [kuˈrɑɡi]), also commonly referred to as the cabinet, is the governing body of the Kingdom of Sabia and Verona, which exercises executive power in the name of the King of the Valtirians, pursuant to the Constitution and the laws of the Kingdom. Historically, the Government has also been known as the Council of State and the People's Cabinet.

The Government is composed of a number of ministers officially known as Secretaries, headed by the Prime Minister, who decides the number of secretaries a cabinet is to have and who will be in it. Sabia and Verona is a parliamentary democracy with many elements from the Westminster system, and so the Prime Minister and their secretaries are by constitutional law required to be members of the Kingdom's unicameral Parliament (atanói).

Historically, Sabia and Verona's multi-party democracy made it common for two or more political parties to form government coalitions in order to maintain a stable government; since the dissolution of the National Artists' Guild in 2018 there has been a de facto two-party system in Sabia and Verona, and all governments since then have been single-party governments with parliamentary majorities. The current government is the 13th government to be formed since Sabia and Verona's foundation, and the sixth since the adoption of the Constitution of 2017; it was formed by Apollo Cerwyn of the Democratic Party.

Terminology

The official name of the Sabioveronese cabinet, as given by the Constitution of 2017, is Government of the Kingdom of Sabia and Verona (raiakurokuraginá sabiann i veronnan), though the term "cabinet" is freely used. Former names for the government included Council of State (adopted by the Constitution of 2015), Royal Council of State (adopted by the Constitution of 2014), and People's Cabinet (adopted by resolution of the Courts of Sabia and Verona on 18 October 2012). The term "Government" may also loosely refer to the collective execution of authority of the Sabioveronese state, or to the concertation of the government with all of its ministries' dependent agencies, the so-called "4th-type bodies". 4th-type bodies include constitutionally-defined institutions such as the national military, to the National Bank, and state-owned enterprises

Current cabinet

The second Cerwyn cabinet took office on 28 May 2020, after being confirmed by the sixth Parliament of Sabia and Verona, elected at the 2020 general election. It was formed by Apollo Cerwyn, leader of the Democratic Party.[1] It is officially known as the 13th government. It is the fifth cabinet to be formed under the Constitution of 2017. Presently, the government is composed of the following divisions:

List of cabinets

Cabinet
(Prime Minister)
Took office Left office Duration
(days)
Parties Ministries Legislature Monarch
(reign)
Bleuberrie I
Napoléon Bleuberrie
20 October
2012
1 January
2013
73 CM 5 1st Courts
(No election)
Ciprian
(2012—2014)
Kóvérsz
Osez Kóvérsz
1 January
2013
1 June
2013
151 CCMFSF 6 2nd Courts
(2012)
Bleuberrie II
Napoléon Bleuberrie
1 June
2013
1 October
2013
122 CMCAEMAMD 7 3rd Courts
(2013 I)
Stefanović
Ann Stefanović
1 October
2013
1 April
2014
182 AMDAEM 7 4th Courts
(2013 II)
Isadora
(2014—2015)
Galieri
Léon Galieri
1 April
2014
1 October
2014
183 RA 7 5th Courts
(2014 I)
Rivière
Bertrand Rivière
1 October
2014
1 October
2015
365 CD 8 6th Courts
(2014 II)
Tarik
(2015—)
Virny I
Shounn Virny
1 October
2015
1 October
2016
365 DSN 9 1st Parliament
(2015)
Virny II
Shounn Virny
1 October
2016
22 May
2017
223 DSNR 9 2nd Parliament
(2016)
Dargany I
Noa Dargany
22 May
2017
28 May
2018
371 J 6 3rd Parliament
(2017)
Dargany II
Noa Dargany
28 May
2018
10 October
2018
135 J 9 4th Parliament
(2018)
Blackhorse
Andrew Blackhorse
10 October
2018
3 June
2019
236 J 9
Cerwyn I
Apollo Cerwyn
3 June
2019
28 May
2020
360 HG 9 5th Parliament
(2019)
Cerwyn II
Apollo Cerwyn
28 May
2020
Incumbent 181 HG 11 6th Parliament
(2020)

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