Minister of Foreign Affairs (Hashima)

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Minister of Foreign Affairs of the
Principality of Hashima
Incumbent
Giuseppe Ganz

since 20 June 2015
Term length Three years
Inaugural holder Liang Khwu
Formation 28 September 2014
Salary 1000 Yuan of Hashima per month

The Minister of Foreign Affairs is the member of the Parliament of Hashima who is in charge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs is elected by the subjects of the Principality of Hashima in a General Election. Its office lasts for 3 years, but can be stopped early if the Prince and the Princess of Hashima decide to remove the Minister of Foreign Affairs from its office.
Citizens that are members of the Nationalist Party of Hashima can also being candidate for become the new Minister of Foreign Affairs; the minimum age for can be a candidate is 25 years old.
The founding Minister of Foreign Affairs was Liang Khwu.

Constitutional role

The Minister of Foreign Affairs is responsible for maintaining diplomatic relations with other Micronations, Organizations and Macronations, and for representing and promoting the interests of the Principality of Hashima internationally.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs is also responsible for the foreign embassies and, together with the Prince and the Princess of Hashima, can open or close foreign embassies and assume or dismiss the ambassadors.

List of Ministers of Foreign Affairs

Picture Name Party Term Term start Term end Notes
1
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Liang Khwu Nationalist Party of Hashima 1 28 September 2014 Proclaimed Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Declaration of Independence.
2
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Giuseppe Ganz Nationalist Party of Hashima 1 19 June 2015 Elected new Minister of Foreign Affairs after the resignation of the previous one.

Officer of the Order of Merit of the Cross of Vilthia (title received in 16 November 2015)