Kârjasary Term

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Kârjasary Term
4th ministry of Essian Commonwealth
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Date formed 4 January 2017
People and organizations
Head of government Tarik Kârjasary
Head of state Henry, Lord of Esse
No. of ministers 7, including the Monarch and Heaminister
Member party Democrats
The Greens
Independent
Status in legislature Supermajority
History
Legislature term(s) 3rd Parlamenzalochas
Previous His Majesty's Term

Tarik Kârjasary, who was elected Heaminister of Esse on 3 January 2018, formed the Kârjasary Term the following day, 4 January, upon his inauguration. The term is officially known as the 4th term or the 4th ministry, as it is the fourth heaministerial term defined under the terms of the 2017 Essian Constitution which created the Parlamenzalochas of the Essian Commonwealth. The Term has been made up of seven members and seven ministries, all in the Democrats, the Green Party of Esse or Independent politicians.

History

Planning for the fourth ministry began following the declaration of the January 2018 Essian general election. By election time - this being 3 January 2018, Lord Henry and the two candidates for the office had all stated their wishes for a supermajority coalition. The new term took office the following day, 4 January, as the second coalition government in Essian history.

Composition

Cabinet of the Essian Commonwealth
Portfolio Minister Term
Cabinet ministers
Monarch
Viceroy of Hundreds
His Illustrious Majesty Henry Clément 2015 – present
Heaminister
Minister for Culture
His Grace Baron Sir Tarik Kârjasary MP 2018 – present
Deputy Heaminister
Minister for Charities
Her Grace Baron Artemis Langford MP 2018 – present
Chief Attorney His Excellency Earl Brandon Wu MP 2018 – present
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Chancellor of the Treasury
His Grace Count Patrick Renwick MP 2018 – present
Minister for Cartography His Grace Marquis Newton von Uberquie MP 2018 – present
Also attending cabinet meetings
First Justice His Honourable Grace Baron Avro Keatings MP 2017 – present

References