Prime Minister of Cycoldia

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Prime Minister of the
Grand Republic of Cycoldia
Avery Prasatik

since 14 October 2023
StyleThe Right Honourable
Member ofGeneral Assembly
Term lengthAt Her Imperial Majesty's pleasure
Inaugural holderKristopher Eastham
Formation17 June 2019
DeputyDeputy Prime Minister
SalaryNil (Pro bono)

The Prime Minister of Cycoldia is the head of government of the Grand Republic of Cycoldia. They are elected by the General Assembly following nomination of the leader of the majority party. This is commonly done through a motion submitted by the Speaker to nominate a predetermined candidate from the party. The responsibilities of the Prime Minister include the staffing of their cabinet, issuing Prime Ministerial Orders, and assuring the government's duties are being carried out. The office of the Prime Minister is the highest ranking office that is democratically gained without appointment to it within Cycoldia.


The Prime Minister has been a point of interest in the Grand Republic of Cycoldia, and has been an office involved in scandals since its founding, with the first Prime Minister not having been elected by the General Assembly, and instead having been appointed by Christina I & II. The first Prime Minister was removed from the office after being warned that if his company did continue to keep Ethan F. as an Executive he would be removed, he did not remove Ethan F. from his board and so was subsequently removed.

Since 14 October 2019 Avery Prasatik has been the Prime Minister, serving through most of the history of the position. In her time she issued from her office two Prime Ministerial Orders. These documents are orders from the Prime Minister to execute specific orders from their position as head of the executive, in the case of Prasatik's first order, it formed the Royal Commission on Lacian History, formed to list through the history of the United Kingdom of Creek and Lake on behalf of Cycoldia. Her second order dictated a denouncement of Greg Abbott in his capacity as Governor of Texas.

The first ever challenge to a nomination of the prime minister was done by Arthur Lacey-Scott-FitzLacia in the 2022 Monarchist Party premiership election, who later won the challenge as announced in a speech from Christina I & II. In this she highlighted that while the vote still was tied that in national polling data Lacey-Scott had popular support, and therefore she selected him. This has been the only ever successful challenge to a nomination in Cycoldia.



  Monarchist (2)   Democratic(1)
Image Prime minister
Term of office Mandate[a] Ministerial offices held as prime minister Party Monarch
Start End Duration
Coat of Arms of Kristopher Eastham Kristopher Eastham
(born 2005)
17 June
13 October
118 days
  • None
Monarchist Christina I & II

r. 2018–present
(—) Democratic
(2019 Oct)
Coat of Arms of Avery Prasatik Avery Prasatik
1st Duchess of Houstonina
(born 2005)
14 October
14 October
3 years, 0 days 2020 Mar
  • Foreign Minister
2020 Oct
2021 Mar
2020 Oct
2022 March
2022 Oct
Coat of Arms of Arthur Lacey-Scott Arthur Lacey-Scott-FitzLacia
1st Duke of Glenbrook
(born 2002)
14 October
1 May
199 days 2023 March
  • Foreign and Colonial Minister
  • President of the College of Arms


The following graphical timeline depicts the progression of the Prime Ministers and their political affiliation in office. The Prime Minister listed is in the colour of the party they were in the longest while in office, while the bar at the bottom tells what party was in power through the Prime Minister.

Arthur Lacey-Scott-FitzLaciaAvery Prasatik


  1. Legend for the Mandate column:
    2020 March
    an election
    indicates a general election won by the government or that led to the formation of a government;
    (2019 March)
    a parenthesised year
    indicates an election with a a minority government retaining office or a new Prime Minister-Elect;
    a dash
    indicates the formation of a majority government without a general election;
    a parenthesised dash
    indicates the formation of a minority or coalition government.
  2. Kristopher Eastham was removed from office directly by Christina I & II and served less than one term