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Prime Minister of Adammia
|Prime Minister of the|
Empire of Adammia
|Term length||One year|
|Inaugural holder||HIH Emperor Mother Jayne Belcher|
|Formation||30 June 2013|
The Prime Minister of the Empire of Adammia is the head of that nation's executive branch, the Imperial Government. They are responsible for appointing government ministers. The Prime Minister must be a member of the House of Citizens, must be above the age of 12 and must not be the Monarch. They are nominated by the House of Citizens and appointed by the Monarch; for this reason, the Prime Minister must have the confidence of the House, and is usually the leader of the largest party or coalition within the House. The incumbent PM is Lord Sir Charles Michael, who was elected in the 2019 General Election.
The Prime Minister is responsible for appointing the Ministers of each of the government's nine Ministries, who collectively with the Prime Minister form the Cabinet. The Prime Minister is also the head of the Cabinet Office, a government department responsible for assisting the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and the Cabinet in their duties along with co-ordinating co-operation between other departments across the whole government. The Prime Minister can choose to either chair Cabinet meetings themselves or permit their Cabinet Secretary (the highest-ranking civil servant at the Cabinet Office) to do it for them.
|№||Picture||Name||Province||Political party||Term||Term start||Term end||Deputy PM||Notes|
|1||HIH Emperor Mother Jayne Belcher PM COA||Maternia||Independent||1||25 August 2013||10 August 2014||HG Sir Reginald Hall||Elected in the 2013 National Election. Oversaw the first Foundation Day celebrations.|
|2||10 August 2014||16 August 2015||HG Madam Julie Foster||Re-elected in the 2014 National Election.|
|Moderate||3||16 August 2015||18 August 2016||Re-elected in the 2015 National Election, as a Moderate Party candidate rather than an independent for the first time.|
|2||HG Sir Paul McKenna PM COA||Maternia||Labour||4||18 August 2016||12 August 2017||HG Sir Reginald Hall||Elected in the 2016 National Election. First Labour Prime Minister. Successfully led the Council in overturning Imperial Decree XLIV, the only time an Imperial Decree has been overturned to date.|
|3||HIH Prince Jake PM||Primoria||Liberal||5||12 August 2017||19 November 2017||Elected in the August 2017 National Election. First Liberal Prime Minister. Oversaw the transition of central government from the old Yorkshire provinces to newer Birmingham provinces, and was nominally responsible for a provisional Cabinet for much of this time, being Prime Minister in name only with Deputy PM Sir Alex Helliker serving as the effective acting PM.|
|HG Sir Alex Helliker|
|4||HG Lord Sir Alex Helliker PM KCM KOV||Serkatia||Moderate||6||19 November 2017||22 October 2018||Lord General Panconi||Elected in the November 2017 National Election. Implemented substantial judicial reform, creating the current court system. Passed the Free Marriage Act. Failed to be re-elected following poor economic news and the unpopular merger of the Liberals and Moderates into the Liberal-Moderate Party.|
|5||HG Lord Sir Juliano Saunders PM COA||Corellia||Storm||7||22 October 2018||10 October 2019||Lord Maude||Elected in the 2018 National Election in a surprise landslide as the first "populist" Storm Prime Minister. Oversaw the nationalisation of Capital Brewery Ltd. Caused diplomatic incidents with Wazakhstan and Austenasia. Negotiated with the Monarchy to introduce significant constitutional reforms.|
|6||Lord Sir Charles Michael PM KOA||Metchlia||Liberal-Moderate||8||10 October 2019||Incumbent||Lady Peace||Elected in the 2019 General Election as the first Liberal-Moderate Prime Minister.|