List of heads of government of Esse

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The following is a list of heads of government of Esse, and the various governments composing its associated states, from the foundation of the first Commonwealth of Esse in June 2015 to its present state of confederal stateship within the Uber-Essian Union, which will take full legal effect on 1 June 2020.

List of Lord Protectors (2015—2016)

The Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of Esse was the first head of government of Esse, acting as both head of state and government, as well as essentially being an absolute, elective monarch. The first and only Lord Protector was Lord Protector Henry, elected to a meant-to-be five-year term in the 2015 Lord Protectoral election.

Below is a table noting the people who served as Lord Protector from the title's conception up until the unknown date at which the Commonwealth became inactive and eventually was absorbed into the Atlantic Commonwealth.

Photo Name Home county Term began Term ended Allegiance
1. Ezra1.jpg Gareth Henry Twain, Jr. Notestonia.png Kastell 1 June 2015 unknown
c.5 May 2016[1]
TRP

List of Patrician-Viceroys (2016—2017)

The Commonwealth of Esse was officially colonized by Mercia on 28 August 2016 with the passage of the 28th of August Treaty of Esse Concession Bill. Upon the bill taking effect, Esse was renamed the Dominion of Esse. Additionally, the government of Esse was replaced with a Viceroy and the Mercian Parliament House. Henry Clémens, founder of Esse, was made Patrician-Viceroy of the new colony, where he served until the colony's secession on 21 August 2017

Below is a table noting those who served as "Patrician-Viceroy" of the Mercian Domain of Esse.

Photo Name Term began Term ended Allegiance Monarchs
I. Ezra1.jpg Gareth Henry Twain, Jr. 28 August 2016 21 August 2017 National Liberal Party HL Karl I
HL Richard I

List of Heaministers (2017—2018)

The Heaminister of the Essian Commonwealth (in Essian: Heaministere Essium Commenssalochum) was the head of government of the Essian Commonwealth. The office was created in January 2017 as a direct result of the Declaration of Restoration, and was first established in the 2017 Constitution, its present powers and duties being determined by the 2018 Constitution.

Before the creation of the Premiership, the Essian Commonwealth was governed unilaterally by the Lord Protector. The office was established in the 2017 Constitution shortly after the nation's restoration, and James Reginald Frisch was thereafter decreed to be the inaugural Heaminister. The office was designated with a myriad of new privileges in the 2018 Constitution, in addition to being separated from the Parlamenzalochas as a largely independent executive office. The officeholder largely determined his cabinet, and therefore the number of ministries in his government.

The final Heaminister is Tarik Kârjasary, whose government was established following his election in January 2018.

Portrait Name
Honors &
Province
Term of office
Electoral mandates
Other ministerial offices
held whilst Heaminister
Political party Government Monarch
(Reign)
Snapshot 20120817.jpg His Grace
Sir James Reginald
Frisch

MP for
Beiwing
20 March
2017
2 November
2017
– Chancellor of the Treasury
– Representative of Beiwing
Green Frisch I
(Greens-Dems.)
Henry
Lord of Esse
(2015-2018)
2017 Frisch II
(Greens)
First Heaminister of the Essian Commonwealth. Oversaw the initial ratification of the Codes a Clementine. Served during the Beiwing court decision. Controversially expanded diplomatic relations. Served during the Galveston summit, where he represented Esse. Served during the ratification of the Treaty of New Halyards. Won a majority government in the 2017 general elections, establishing the first electoral mandate and dissolving the supermajority coalition. Signed the Treaty of Evansberg alongside the Monarch. Unity of Mercian colony of Esse. Served during Hurricane Harvey. Saw a rapid decrease in activity near the end of his term before announcing his retirement in November 2017.
Ezra1.jpg His Majesty
Lord
Henry

MP for
Réma
2 November
2017
4 January
2018
– Monarch
– Viceroy of Hundreds
– Representative of Réma
Independent His Majesty's
N/A
Appointed himself Heaminister as an emergency measure to combat inactivity in government. Considered from the beginning of his term to be serving temporarily. Amended and reorganized the Codes a Clementine to give himself more authority over day-to-day affairs of the state. Wrote the Mountain Goat Plan, a massive reconstructive plan for the Essian government. Formed His Majesty's Term. Oversaw the beginning of a mass reconstruction and expansion of the Essian language. January 2018 general elections.
15 tk.jpg His Grace
Sir Tarik
Kârjasary

MP for
Beiwing
4 January
2018
16 March
2018
– Minister of Culture
– Representative of Beiwing
Democrat Kârjasary
(Dems.-Greens)
2018
Third and final Heaminister, and last to be elected under the 2017 Constitution. Co-wrote and ratified the 2018 Constitution. Oversaw the continuation of a mass reconstruction and expansion of the Essian language. Vastly altered the Commonwealth's national symbols. Began a new recruiting campaign that was largely unsuccessful. Held the 2018 referendum on the Commonwealth's dissolution, subsequently overseeing the Commonwealth's dissolution.

Timeline

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Time in office

Below is the list of Heaministers by time in office:

List of Gonfalonieri (2020—present)

Portrait Name
(birth)
Region Term of office Mandate(s) Party Heaminister Diarchs
Took office Left office Time in office
1[2] Snapshot 20120817.jpg His Grace
Sir James Reginald
Frisch

CEO
Réma 30 April
2020
Incumbent 150 days April 2020
July 2020
Unionist Karl Friedrich HenryNewton
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(2020—)

References

  1. If including Esse's time as a state in the Atlantic Commonwealth, which was dissolved on 5 May 2016.
  2. Served as Governor of a legally independent Confederation of Esse during the transitional period through Treaty of Union negotiations from 30 April 2020 until 1 June 2020.