Resignation of Hankery Jenkinson in Quebec
The resignation of the Quebecois Prime Minister Hankery Jenkinson occurred on 7 October 2019 at 09:10 EDT, after the declaration of war upon Baustralia, and from the Monarchist Party scandal. He was the first Prime Minister to resign without a parliamentary vote. Detailed in his letter, he called the Quebecois government undemocratic, and McGrath unprofessional by addressing King John I carfaggio, referring to the House of Caravaggio, of which John is head.
Letter of resignation
The letter requesting relief from his post was digitally signed and submitted to the President and was granted immediately.
THE HONORABLE PRIME MINISTER OF THE UNITED PEOPLE’S FEDERATION OF QUEBEC AND PREMIER OF THE FITIHANUA SOCIALIST REPUBLIC
Admiralissimo and Commodore Hankery Bloggings JenkinsonBARON JENKINSON OF WORTHING, HERO OF QUEBEC, KNIGHT OF THE GADUS, OFFICER OF THE ORDER OF THE BAUSTRALIAN EMPIRE, COMMANDER OF HIS ROYAL NAVY RESERVES, PEOPLE’S ARMY NAVY OF QUEBEC, HIS ROYAL NAVY
Aidan John McGrath MBE GCStP
Honorable Chairman and President of Quebec
It has come to my concern that you have signed off on war with the Baustralian Empire without the counsel of your ministers, secretaries, and counsellors. This just shows me and His Majesty the King the ridiculousness of your so-called democracy. You say you are for the people, but I believe if you were really for your people, you would have requested the advice of your council you set up for these matters. It is also quite shocking to me the way you speak sometimes. You are far from professional, calling His Majesty “carfaggio”, letting unprofessionalism slide in through the back-door and calling fellow micronationalists “smoking hot” in a clearly unprofessional and demeaning way.
Therefore, it is my duty to inform you of my resignation as Prime Minister of Quebec and Premier of Fitihuanua, which shall take effect in two weeks, that is the fourteenth (14th) of July 2019. The land given to you for Fitihuanua shall remain yours, provided I know who my successor is. Effective immediately, I shall be returning the Hero of Quebec award to you along with my rank, uniform, and commission as an Admiralissimo.
I wish you luck in your future endeavours and hope you reform your corrupt government. Good luck and God bless,
(signed H. Jenkinson)— Hankery Jenkinson, Letter of Resignation of the First Quebecois Prime Minster
President Aidan McGrath in response to this letter stated that he was "Joking" and "Hankers is, uptight".