Prime Minister of Hashima (2014-15)

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Prime Minister of the
Principality of Hashima
Deputy Prime Minister of Hashima
Kàroly Németh
(de facto)

since 1 November 2015
Term lengthThree years
Inaugural holderUmberto Fiori
Formation28 September 2014
Salary1000 Lirint of Hashima per month

The Prime Minister of Hashima is the head of government of the Principality of Hashima.
The Prime Minister is appointed by the Prince and Princess of Hashima, and its office lasts for 3 years, but can be stopped early if the Prince and the Princess of Hashima decide to remove the Deputy Prime Minister from its office.
The founding Prime Minister of Hashima was Umberto Fiori.

Constitutional role

The main role of the Prime Minister is to oversee the activities of the Parliament of Hashima and co-ordinate the work of its ministers, and to act as the voice and public face of the elected government of Hashima.

List of Prime Ministers

Picture Name Party Term Term start Term end Notes
Umberto Fiori Nationalist Party of Hashima 1 28 September 2014 1 November 2015 Proclaimed Prime Minister in the Declaration of Independence.
Deputy Prime Minister of Hashima Kàroly Németh Nationalist Party of Hashima De facto, until the appointment of a new Prime Minister.
Officially the role of Prime Minister is vacant.
1 November 2015
(de facto)
Prime Minister Umberto Fiori has been removed from his office by the Prince and the Princess of Hashima, after being caught to steal reserved documents from the Royal Palace.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Hashima, Kàroly Németh, will de facto cover this role until a new PM will be appointed.
However, officially during this time, the role of PM is vacant.