Prime Minister of House Hold

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Prime Minister of House Hold
Enia Hyena Parliament.png
Incumbent
Enia Hyena

since 8 May 2021
StyleThe Honorable
StatusHead of government
AbbreviationPM
Member ofHouse of Representatives
Reports toHouse of Representatives
ResidenceSleep
SeatSign
AppointerQueen and Governor-general
on the ability to command the confidence of the House of Representatives
Term lengthAt the Queens's pleasure
The Prime Minister required to command the confidence of the House of Representatives
Formation25 June 2005
First holderQueen Nina
DeputyDeputy prime minister
Salary$15.00 USD

The Prime Minister of House Hold is the Head of Government. The current Prime Minister is Enia Hyena of the Liberal Party.

Privileges

Salary

As of 20 June 2020 the Prime Minister of House Hold is paid $15.00.

Prime Ministerial Salary
Effective date Salary
25 June 2005 $0.00
12 March 2010 $5.00
5 February 2013 $7.00
17 April 2016 $7.50
15 November 2016 $11.50
5 October 2018 $12.50
20 June 2019 $14.50
20 June 2020 $15.00


Acting prime minister

In House Hold the Deputy Prime Minister becomes Acting Prime Minister when the office of Prime Minister is vacant. For example if the Prime Minister can not serve or resigns the Deputy Prime Minister becomes Prime Minister until the Queen and Governor-General pick a new Prime Minister.

List

      Labor Party       Coalition       Green Party

No. Name Elected Term of office Political party Electorate(s)
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Queen Nina 2005 25 June

2005

19 January

2010

4 years, 208 days Green Party National MP

2005–2006

Bed West

2006–2017 (resigned)

Jul. 2006
Aug. 2006
2007
2010
2 Africa Elephant 19 January

2010

27 June

2013

3 years, 159 days Green Party Sign

2010–2014 (resigned)

Crib

2019–2020 (resigned)

3 Ewing 2013 27 June

2013

27 June 2018 5 years, 0 days Labor Party Eastern House Hold

2006–2007

Crib

2007–2013

Bunn South

2013–2019

Sleep

2019–present

2017
4 Rufus Wolf 27 June 2018 7 October 2018 102 days Labor Party Play Books

2017–2018 (Lost re-election)

2019–2020 (Lost re-election)

5 Sergio 2018 7 October 2018 1 November 2018 25 days Conservative Party National MP

2005–2006

Eastern House Hold

2007–2010

Bed

2010–2019 (Lost re-election)

2020 (Lost re-election)

6 Larry Cat 1 November 2018 2 April 2019 152 days Conservative Party Computer

2013–2019 (resigned)

2020 (Lost re-election)

(5) Sergio April 2019 2 April 2019 22 June 2019 84 days Libertarian Party National MP

2005–2006

Eastern House Hold

2007–2010

Bed

2010–2019 (Lost re-election)

2020 (Lost re-election)

(3) Ewing June 2019 22 June 2019 20 October 2019 120 days Labor Party Eastern House Hold

2006–2007

Crib

2007–2013

Bunn South

2013–2019

Sleep

2019–present

October 2019
7 Slow Sloth (Acting) 20 October 2019 30 October 2019 10 days Green Party Diningroom

2019–2020 (resigned)

(2) Africa Elephant 30 October 2019 2 December 2019 43 days Green Party Sign

2010–2014 (resigned)

Crib

2019–2020 (resigned)

(4) Rufus Wolf 2 December 2019 10 July 2020 221 days Labor Party Play Books

2017–2018 (Lost re-election)

2019–2020 (Lost re-election)

June 2020
8 Fox Fox 10 July 2020 8 May 2021 302 days Labor Party Play West

2017–2020

Play North

2020–2021

September 2020
9 Enia Hyena 2021 8 May 2021 10 May 2022 1 year, 2 days Liberal Party Box Wall

2017–2019 (Lost re-election)

2020–2021

Monmouth

2021–Present

(4) Rufus Wolf 2022 10 May 2022 Incumbent 12 days Labor Party Box Wall

2017–2019 (Lost re-election)

2019–2020 (Lost re-election)

Saytók

2021–Present

Timeline

List by time in office

Bold indicates incumbent Prime Minister. Italics denote caretaker/interim Prime Minister.

As of 13 May 2022

  1. Ewing – 5 years, 120 days
  2. Queen Nina – 4 years, 208 days
  3. Africa Elephant – 3 years, 202 days
  4. Enia Hyena – 1 year, 2 days
  5. Rufus Wolf – 326 days
  6. Fox Fox – 302 days
  7. Larry Cat – 152 days
  8. Sergio – 104 days
  9. Slow Sloth10 days
For more details:
  • List of Prime Ministers of House Hold by region