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| Rivière Cabinet|
6th ministry of Sabia and Verona
|Date formed||1 October 2014|
|Date dissolved||1 October 2015|
|People and organizations|
|Head of government||Bertrand Rivière|
|Head of state|| Queen Isadora|
|Member party||Unity Party, Initiative for Democracy|
|Status in legislature||Coalition|
|Opposition party||Left Alliance, Convergence and Amity|
The Rivière Cabinet, also known as the Rivière administration, headed by Prime Minister Bertrand Rivière, was in office for a year from 20 October 2014, to 20 October 2015. It was the first cabinet to serve for an entire year, in accordance to the 2014 constitution, and it was composed of seven ministries and the Prime Minister's office. The cabinet was composed of members of the Unity Party and the Initiative for Democracy, both members of the Kepren Lâdom ("Road towards Change") Coalition, which won the September 2014 general election.
The Rivière cabinet became the Kingdom's only authority following the dissolution of the Courts of Sabia and Verona on 12 July 2015. Though the cabinet lost all executive power after Bertrand Rivière stepped down from his position on 25 August 2015, it remained in office de jure until 1 October 2015, when the Virny cabinet took office.
|Portfolio||Minister||Assumed office||Left office||Party|
|Bertrand Rivière||1 October 2014||1 October 2015||Unity Party |
|François Florent||1 October 2014||1 October 2015||Unity Party |
|Jean-Claude Lemarchal||1 October 2014||4 August 2015|| Unity Party |
|Guido Vogelauge||4 August 2015||1 October 2015|
|Wilhelm Starlynn||1 October 2014||1 October 2015||Initiative for Democracy |
|Amaro Perdeut||1 October 2014||1 October 2015||Unity Party |
|Russell Windstone||1 October 2014||1 October 2015||Initiative for Democracy |
|Gonzalo Salomé||1 October 2014||1 October 2015||Initiative for Democracy |
|Leandro Casablanca||1 October 2014||1 October 2015||Independent|