Prime Minister of Hokoan

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Prime Minister of the Republic of Hokoan
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State Emblem of Hokoan
Judy Teng

since 7 October 2017
StyleThe Right Honourable
ResidenceChong Li Hu
AppointerPresident of Hokoan
by convention, based on appointee's ability to command confidence in the House of Representatives.
Term length5 years or earlier, renewable.
Inaugural holderWong Teng Boon
Formation3 February 2014

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Hokoan (Chinese: 福湾共和国总理) is the head of the government of the Republic of Hokoan, and the most powerful person in Hokoan's politics. The President of Hokoan appoints as Prime Minister a Member of Parliament (MP) who, in his or her opinion, is most likely to command the confidence of a majority of MPs. In practice, the Prime Minister is usually the leader of the majority party in the House of Representatives.

Under the Constitution, executive power is vested in the President. However, the Constitution also vests "general direction and control of the government" in the Cabinet. The President is almost always bound to act on the advice of the Cabinet or any minister acting under Cabinet authority. Thus, in practice, most of the actual work of governing is done by the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

List of Prime Ministers of Hokoan

Colour key
(for political parties)
No. Name
Portrait Term of office Elected
Party Government
Prime Ministers
1 Wong Teng Boon
(born 20 January 1991)
MP for Sai Kong
Wong Teng Boon.jpg 3 February 2014 7 October 2017 Elected by Parliament National Party Wong
2 Judy Teng
(born 13 December 1953)
MP for Pak Oan
Judy Teng.jpg 7 October 2017 Incumbent 2017 National Party Teng

See also

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