Ministry of Homeland and Geographical Affairs (Abelden)

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Ministry of Homeland and Geographical Affairs
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Ministry overview
Formed 19 July 2017
Jurisdiction Abelden
Minister responsible Edwin Farrar, Homeland and Geographical Affairs Minister

The Ministry of Homeland and Geographical Affairs is the ministerial department responsible for Abelden's domestic governance and all matters regarding the geographical state of the Empire.

The ministry was established following a major reorganisation of the Reichsregierungskabinett and is one of the permanent ministries established under the Government Ministries and Offices Act. It was formed through a merger of the responsibilities of the former Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Interior and Security. The incumbent minister is Edwin Farrar, who took office on 24 December 2017.


Some of the responsibilities the ministry takes are:

  • To implement all necessary legislation regarding defense, borders, and agreements with other nations
  • To manage all homeland affairs
  • To oversee the security and intelligence within the Empire
  • To manage all geographical affairs


Minister of Homeland and Geographical Affairs of the
Abeldane Empire
Edwin Farrar, Baron Farrar

since 19 July 2017
Style The Right Honourable
Term length At His Imperial and Royal Exalted Majesty's pleasure
Inaugural holder Newton von Uberquie
Formation 19 July 2017

Below is the list of all Homeland and Geographical Affairs Ministers from the beginning of its establishment. The term of each ministers is at His Imperial and Royal Exalted Majesty's pleasure.

Name Image Term of office Political party Vorsitzender
The Marquis of Middleham Syd Barrett Newton.jpeg 19 July 2017 19 September 2017 Social Ecology The Marquis of Bessatre
The Marquis of Middleham
The Earl of Batori 15 tk.jpg 19 September 2017 24 December 2017 Social Ecology The Countess of New Douala
The Baron Farrar Edwin Farrar.jpg 24 December 2017 Incumbent United Rhinoceros Thomas Merrell
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