List of prime ministers of Sabia and Verona

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The following is a list of prime ministers of Sabia and Verona. There have been fourteen people who have served as heads of the Sabioveronese government, of which four have been humans and ten have been plush toys. For its entire existence, Sabia and Verona has been under a parliamentary system in which the head of government has a considerable degree of influence and power over the head of state, who has been, since Sabia and Verona's establishment in 2012, a monarch.

From the Kingdom's foundation up until 2015, when the second constitution of the Kingdom was adopted, the position of head of government of Sabia and Verona pertained to two separate offices: the Governor and the Prime Minister. The Governor, originally appointed by the Monarch, was intended to be the leader of the human population of the Kingdom, while the Prime Minister was the intended leader of the stuffed toy population. This was espoused by the first constitution, adopted after the creation of the Federation in 2014.

The office of Governor was disestablished in 2015, when the political "segregation" of human and stuffed toy citizens of the Kingdom ended. This list only details Prime Ministers.

List of Prime Ministers (since 2012)

The Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona (in Sabian kuragikurág, plural: kuragikuragi, [kurɑɡikuˈrɑɡː]; lit. "Chief of Government") has been the sole head of government of Sabia and Verona since 2015, and was co-head of government with the Governor before that. The Prime Minister is in charge of the PM's Ofice within the Government. The role of the Prime Minister has varied greatly since its creation. Each of the three constitutions of the Kingdom has redefined the position. The latest constitution, adopted in 2017, defined the PM (officially referred to as the Chief of Government in the constitution) as the leader of the Government, resposible for the application of laws. Formerly, the Chief of Government would also serve as speaker in the Parliament.

The Prime Ministers who served under the 2012 and 2014 constitutions, which divided the position of head of government into the PM and the Governor, were in fact co-heads of government. The first de facto PM was Pomme-Gabrielle Gauvier, the first de jure PM was Napoléon Bleuberrie of the Socialist Party, and the first PM elected in popular elections was Osez Kóvérsz of the Unity Party. The last PM to serve as co-head of government with a Governor was Bertrand Rivière of the Unity Party, first with Tarik Kârjasary and then with Saria Josephine as Governors.

Portrait Name
Office
(Constituency)
Term of office Party Legislature Cabinet Ref Monarch
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
1 BleuberrieJun2013.jpg Napoléon Bleuberrie
MC for Salisse
18 October
2012
1 January
2013
73 days Socialist 1st Courts Bleuberrie I
(CM)
[1] Ciprian
Arms of Ciprian, King of Sabia and Verona
(2012—2014)
2 Okoversz.png Osez Kóvérsz
MC for Caenia
1 January
2013
1 June
2013
151 days Unity 2nd Courts Kóvérsz
(CCMFSF)
[2]
(1) BleuberrieJun2013.jpg Napoléon Bleuberrie
MC for Salisse
1 June
2013
25 July
2013
54 days Socialist 3rd Courts Bleuberrie II
(CMCAMAMD)
[3]
RHernandez.jpg Rubén D. Hernández
Caretaker premiership
25 July
2013
1 October
2013
68 days Independent
(Military)[N 1]
[4]
3 AnnStefanovic.jpg Ann Stefanović
MC for Caenia
1 October
2013
1 April
2014
182 days Initiative 4th Courts Stefanović
(AMDAM)
[5]
Isadora
Arms of Isadora, Queen of the Valtirians
(2014—2015)
4 LeonGalieri.jpg Léon Jens-Galieri[N 2]
Deputy for Salisse I
1 April
2014
1 October
2014
183 days Left 5th Courts Galieri
(RA)
[6]
5 BRiviere.jpg Bertrand Rivière
Deputy for Caenia I
1 October
2014
25 August
2015
329 days Unity 6th Courts Rivière
(CAMD)
[7]
Tarik
Arms of Tarik, King of the Valtirians
(2015—present)
(4) LeonGalieri.jpg Léon Jens-Galieri
Caretaker premiership
25 August
2015
1 October
2015
36 days Left [8]
6 SVirny.jpg Shounn Virny
MP for Kotavari
1 October
2015
22 May
2017
588 days Artist 1st Parliament Virny I
(DSN)
[8]
2nd Parliament Virny II
(DSNR)
[9]
7 Noa Dargany bw.jpg Noa Dargany
MP for Alios
22 May
2017
10 October
2018
505 days Liberal 3rd Parliament Dargany I
(J)
[10]
4th Parliament[N 3] Dargany II
(J)
[11]
8 20160511131015!ABlackhorse.jpg Andrew L. Blackhorse
MP for Alios
10 October
2018
3 June
2019
236 days Liberal Blackhorse
(J)
[12]
9 A Cerwyn bw.jpg Apollo Cerwyn
MP for Alios
3 June
2019
Incumbent 400 days Democrat 5th Parliament Cerwyn I
(HG)
[13]
6th Parliament Cerwyn II
(HG)
[14]

Timeline

Apollo CerwynAndrew BlackhorseNoa DarganyShounn VirnyBertrand RivièreLéon GalieriAnn StefanovićRubén D. HernándezOsez KóvérszNapoléon Bleuberrie

List by time in office

Bold indicates incumbent PM. Italics denote caretaker administrations.

  1. Shounn Virny – 588 days (1 year, 7 months, 11 days)
  2. Noa Dargany – 505 days (1 year, 4 months, 20 days)
  3. Apollo Cerwyn – 400 days (1 year,  1 month, 4 days)
  4. Bertrand Rivière – 329 days (10 months, 25 days)
  5. Andrew Blackhorse – 236 days (7 months, 24 days)
  6. Léon Jens-Galieri – 219 days (7 months, 7 days)
  7. Ann Stefanović – 182 days (6 months, 1 day)
  8. Osez Kóvérsz – 151 days (5 months)
  9. Napoléon Bleuberrie – 127 days (4 months, 7 days)
  10. Rubén D. Hernández – 68 days (2 months, 8 days)

Notes

  1. Took office as interim Prime Minister by virtue of his position in the Commission for the Preservation of Democracy.
  2. Then known simply as Léon Galieri.
  3. The 10th and 11th governments were both confirmed by the 4th Parliament, in accordance to the Constitution of 2017.

References

  1. "Alcabala sees the tricolour flag rising" The SiV Phonograph. 20 October 2012. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  2. "Alcabala sees the tricolour flag rising" The SiV Phonograph. 20 October 2012. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  3. "Decisive: Bleuberrie sweeps the elections" The SiV Phonograph. 20 May 2013. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  4. "Failed self-coup attempt: the end of Bleuberrie" The SiV Phonograph. 25 July 2013. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  5. "Stefanović wins the race" The SiV Phonograph. 15 September 2013. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  6. "Left Alliance wins the election" The SiV Phonograph. 20 March 2014. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  7. "Conservative Victory: Rivière to become Enkâkourak" The SiV Phonograph. 14 September 2014. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  8. 8.0 8.1 "Virny and the Guild take the lead" The SiV Phonograph. 20 September 2015. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  9. "NNS and Left reach agreement to form coalition" The SiV Phonograph. 21 September 2016. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  10. "Decision 2017: Left and Liberals grow as Artists sink to third place" The SiV Phonograph. 15 May 2017. Retrieved 15 May 2017.
  11. "Decision 2018: no clear winner as Liberals lose support" The SiV Phonograph. 20 May 2018. Retrieved 25 May 2018.
  12. "Parliament confirms Blackhorse government" The SiV Phonograph. 10 October 2018. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  13. "Cerwyn government confirmed in marathonic inaugural session" The SiV Phonograph. 3 June 2019. Retrieved 3 June 2019.
  14. "New government confirmed amid scramble for posts and a Northern ultimatum". The SiV Phonograph. 28 May 2020. Retrieved 28 May 2020.